Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is out now via Lakeshore Records. Preview the album below also featuring still from the Syfy television event, airing tonight at 9/8c and this Saturday (check local listings).
Huffington Post‘s Mike Ragogna recently had a chat with Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! director Anthony C. Ferrante and Camper Van Beethoven’s David Lowery, whose band has contributed two tracks to Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) — out now via Lakeshore Records. You can hear one of the Camper Van Beethoven tracks now at Under the Radar. Anthony Ferrante shot the film in just 18 days (his band, Quint, with Robbie Rist, also contributes a track on the album), and David Lowery shares a related Camper Van Beethoven bit of trivia from the early days of the band. Read the fun interview at Huffington Post. You can preview the entire album below.
Lakeshore Records Premieres Camper Van Beethoven’s New Track For The Sharknado 3 Soundtrack
The latest movie in the wildly successful b-movie franchise features a brand new song from the influential alt-rock stalwarts Camper Van Beethoven. “Long Way To Go (Sharknado)”, which we’re proud to premiere here, will appear on the movie’s appropriately insane soundtrack album. –Under The Radar
Lakeshore Records will release Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) digitally on July 17, with the CD to follow on August 14. The album features new and exclusive songs by various artists including Camper Van Beethoven‘s new song, “Long Way To Go (Sharknado)” — hear it now exclusively at Under The Radar online. See below for more soundtrack details. Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! premieres on Wednesday, July 22 at 9/8c on Syfy.
Ain’t Them Bodies Saints is a truly moving score. It starts off very warm almost with a heartfelt glow. There’s the slightest flutter of love moving underneath the music. The piece titled “Ruth And Sylvie” is a stunning meditation on the warmth of family. The clapping that acts as the percussion is not only unique but it gives a figurative and literal human touch that is very different than say a vocal. The sense of touch is translated into the sense of hearing, and I think that’s very amazing.
Download the album here: http://bit.ly/ATBSSoundtrack
Ain’t Them Bodies Saints Track Listing:
01. ATBS Theme – Daniel Hart
02. Ruth and Sylvie – Daniel Hart
03. Freddy’s Dead/Sylvie’s Born – Daniel Hart
04. Fixer Upper – Daniel Hart
05. Bob Escapes – Daniel Hart
06. Ruth Tries to Write – Daniel Hart
07. Skerritt Reads the Letter – Daniel Hart
08. Do You Remember That Day? – Daniel Hart
09. Sweet Talk – Daniel Hart
10. The Last Shootout – Daniel Hart
11. Inside the Farmhouse – Daniel Hart
12. The Lights – Keith Carradine
13. Blue Jay – Curtis Heath
14. Ain’t Long Enough – Andrew Tinker
15. Here We Are – Greg Schroeder w/ Mara Lee Miller
16. He Never Told Me – Annell Brodeur
17. Been Waiting – Curtis Heath and John Graney
18. Appalachian Abduction – Curtis Heath
19. Siren Call – Aaron Kyle
Preview all of the tracks here: