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Basement Jaxx Soundtrack For 'Attack The Block' Gets U.K. Release Date

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist May 3, 2011 at 4:29AM

Scores for films are no longer just the domain for classically driven composers. The past year has seen a crop of electronic-based artists take the reins with Daft Punk and Chemical Brothers powering "Tron: Legacy" and "Hanna," respectively, while Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor surprised everyone by walking away with an Oscar for his work on "The Social Network." And it's not gonna stop there.
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Scores for films are no longer just the domain for classically driven composers. The past year has seen a crop of electronic-based artists take the reins with Daft Punk and Chemical Brothers powering "Tron: Legacy" and "Hanna," respectively, while Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor surprised everyone by walking away with an Oscar for his work on "The Social Network." And it's not gonna stop there.

House music icons Basement Jaxx have tuned the forthcoming alien invasion flick "Attack the Block" and the soundtrack -- at least for those of you across the pond -- is right around the corner. The 20-track disc from Simon Ratcliffe and Felix Buxton (as they are credited here thankyouverymuch) with additional music from Steven Price will land on shelves on May 16th, three days after the film opens on May 13th in U.K. cinemas.

As for the rest of us who don't feel like paying import prices -- we'll have to wait. Screen Gems have picked up the film for U.S. distribution and while no release date has been set, we figure they'll build buzz with genre festival screenings (Fantasia, Fantastic Fest, etc.) before getting it into theaters. At any rate, our crew down in SXSW loved it and the rest of us can't wait to catch up. Check out the full tracklist below. [Facebook]

"Attack the Block" Soundtrack Tracklisting

1. The Block
2. Sam Is Mugged
3. Round Two Bruv
4. It's Raining Gollums
5. Tooling Up
6. Moses Is Arrested
7. Tell Me I'm Dreaming
8. Throat Ripper
9. Rooftops
10. Moses - Ninja
11. Just Another Day
12. They Want Moses
13. Actions Have Consequences
14. Eat My Hat - Steven Price
15. They Fell Out Of The Sky - Steven Price
16. I Need To Finish What I Started - Steven Price
17. Turn The Gas Up
18. Moses vs The Monsters
19. Moses The Hero - Steven Price
20. The Ends - Basement Jaxx

This article is related to: Films, Musicians, Attack The Block, Basement Jaxx


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