Wanted (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is out now on Lakeshore Records. Download here: [iTunes]
This week, we revisit Danny Elfman’s score for Wanted, starring James McAvoy, Morgan Freeman, Angelina Jolie and Terence Stamp. Den Of Geek says of the track, “The Little Things” is “a slithering, Cult-like rock anthem that’s just as curvaceous and sexy as Wanted star, Angelina Jolie.” Enough said.
If you want to keep up with Danny Elfman’s recent work, his latest score can be found in The End Of The Tour movie, starring Jason Segel and Jesse Eisenberg, available now on DVD and On Demand (get it on iTunes Movies). The End Of The Tour (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is out now on Lakeshore Records.
Last fall, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby made headlines for being one of the most romantic (and touching) dramas of the year. Starring Jessica Chastain (Interstellar, The Tree of Life) and James McAvoy (X-Men: Days of Future Past, Wanted), there were three versions of the film: “Him,” “Her” and “Them” versions. The soundtrack was a highly-anticipated release, featuring “No Fate Awaits Me” by Son Lux feat. Faux Fix.
Lakeshore Records is excited to release The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), available now on iTunes! The soundtrack features an original track by Son Lux (who was composer on the film) and Faux Fix; and music by Cat Power, Orchestral Manoeuvers In The Dark, Max Kagan and Jake Musial, James Webber, Elliphant, Pink Skull, Roxxpin, Guards, Leisure Cruise, Amason, Flying Points and Black Marble. See the track listing below for details. The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby soundtrack is available now digitally on iTunes and on CD on November 18.
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The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: iTunes | CD coming soon
“I think the most exciting thing for me was working on the score with the composer Son Lux aka Ryan Lott,” Director Ned Benson described. “Ryan and his collaborators made instruments for the film, and he had the beautiful idea after watching an early cut to use objects that exist within the space of the scenes and create instruments based on them so they feel germane to the story.”
The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Lakeshore Records is pleased to release the soundtrack to The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, featuring an original track by Son Lux with Faux Fix and songs by Cat Power, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, Max Kagan and Jake Musial, James Webber, Elliphant, Pink Skull, Roxxin, Guards, Leisure Cruise, Amason, Flying Points and Black Marble. Watch the film out now in theaters (check showtimes). The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) will be released digitally on October 28 on iTunes and CD on November 18. [UPDATED 10/28/14]
01. No Fate Awaits Me – Son Lux with Faux Fix
02. Wild Is The Wind – Cat Power
03. So In Love – Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
04. Blue Ball Blues – Max Kagan and Jake Musial
05. How to Talk to Girls – James Webber
06. Ciant Hear It (Jungle Remix) – Elliphant
07. Move On – Pink Skull
08. Dancing with the Lights Out – Roxxpin
09. Don’t Wake the Dead – Guards
10. Sailing – Leisure Cruise
11. Went to War – Amason
12. The Blame – Flying Points
13. A Great Design – Black Marble
Lakeshore Records is pleased to release The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby (Songs From The Film), a soundtrack album presenting music of various artists featured in the film. The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby stars Jessica Chastain (as “Eleanor Rigby”), Viola Davis (as “Professor Lillian Friedman”), Ryan Eggold, Bill Hader, Isabelle Huppert, William Hurt, and James McAvoy (as “Conor Ludlow”). The love story was filmed with three perspectives: a “him,” “her” and “them” version, with the “them” version to debut in theaters on September 12. Read the review at Vulture. Stay tuned for more soundtrack details.
The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, written and directed by Ned Benson, screened at Cannes and Toronto International Film Festival. The “him” and “her” versions are expected to premiere on October 10, 2014 at select theaters.