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'Place Beyond The Pines' Soundtrack Features Mike Patton, Bon Iver & Ennio Morricone, Plus All The Songs In The Film

The Playlist By Charlie Schmidlin | The Playlist March 1, 2013 at 9:39AM

After wowing us at TIFF last fall with its “shades of classic Italian melodrama put through the lens of a distinctly American film,” director Derek Cianfrance's “The Place Beyond the Pines” slowly nears closer to its much-anticipated release, and now you can get a look at what that description may sound like musically.
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After wowing us at TIFF last fall with its “shades of classic Italian melodrama put through the lens of a distinctly American film,” director Derek Cianfrance's “The Place Beyond the Pines” slowly nears closer to its much-anticipated release, and now you can get a look at what that description may sound like musically.

The Ryan Gosling-led drama, following a motorcycle stunt rider who turns to robbing banks in order to support his son, features a score by Mike Patton, and its rounded out by joins cuts from Arvo PartEnnio Morricone, and Bon Iver. But that's not all. Patton's work on "The Solitude Of Prime Numbers" also features in the film as well.

A full list of every song in 'Pines' lies below (which includes cuts by Bruce Springsteen, Suicide and more), along with some select samples from the soundtrack (released digitally March 26th, and physically on April 9th). As for the film, which also stars Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes, Rose Byrne, and Ray Liotta, it hits theaters March 29th, at which point you can judge whether it or “Rust and Bone” used Bon Iver more effectively. [Film Music Reporter]

"The Place Beyond The Pines" Soundtrack Tracklisting

1. Schenectady
2. Family Trees
3. Bromance
4. Forest of Conscience
5. Beyond the Pines
6. Evergreen
7. Misremembering
8. Sonday
9. Coniferae
10. Eclipse of the Son
11. The Snow Angel
12. Handsome Luke
13. Please Stay – The Cryin’ Shames
14. Miserere Mei – Vladimir Ivanoff
15. Fratres for Strings and Percussion – Arvo Part
16. Ninna Nanna Per Adulteri – Ennio Morricone
17. The Wolves (Act I and II) – Bon Iver

Songs Used in the Film

“Miserere Mei”  
Written by Gregorio Allegri  
Arranged by Vladmir Ivanoff  
Performed by Osnabrück Youth Choir

“Che” 
Written by Martin Rev/Alan Vega 
Performed by Suicide

This article is related to: Bon Iver, The Place Beyond The Pines, Mike Patton, Soundtrack, Ryan Gosling, Ennio Morricone


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