Oscar Isaac Sings on '10 Years' Soundtrack, Release Also Includes Pharcyde & Rogue Wave

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by Cain Rodriguez
September 10, 2012 4:15 PM
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Despite already having a very busy and successful year -- three #1 movies, that each took over $100 million --  Channing Tatum has another release coming up, the indie dramedy “10 Years” and we have the details on the digital release of the soundtrack.

Set around a ten year high school reunion, the ensemble comedy stars Tatum, his real-life wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum, “The Hurt Locker” stars Brian Geraghty and Anthony Mackie,Parks and Recreation” stars Chris Pratt and Aubrey Plaza, Oscar Issac (“Drive” and “The Bourne Legacy”), Rosario Dawson, Justin Long, Scott Porter (“Friday Night Lights” and “Speed Racer”) and Kate Mara.

The soundtrack has tracks by Alexander, Pharcyde, Joe Purdy, Rogue Wave and -- as seen in the trailer -- some tracks by Isaac, whose character picks up a guitar more than once in a film. Check out the tracklisting below and pick up the soundtrack on September 11th, while the film finally makes it to theaters on September 21st, over a year after it premiered at TIFF 2011 (read our original review here). [Film Music Reporter]

1. Never Had - Oscar Issac
2. Bad Bad Love - Alexander
3. Lovers’ Carvings - Bibio
4. It’s Only Life, That’s All - Willie Wright
5. Mayhem is Beautiful - Bushwalla
6. Oh Shit - Pharcyde
7. Slow Down Kid - Rogue Wave
8. Don’t Be Sad (Demo) - Joe Purdy
9. You Ain’t Goin Nowhere - Oscar Issac
10. 10 Years Score Suite - Chad Fischer
 

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1 Comment

  • Travis | September 10, 2012 4:17 PMReply

    One of my favorite movies this season. Funny, nostalgic, with some nice emotional beats to it. I didn't know Oscar Isaac had that kind of voice, either.

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