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'Seven Psychopaths' Soundtrack Features Hank Williams, The Walkmen, Deer Tick & More

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by Kevin Jagernauth
October 12, 2012 11:35 AM
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Featuring a meta-narrative, big laughs, a bit of blood and lot of sharp edged one liners, "Seven Psychopaths" lands in theaters this weekend, bringing with it a huge cast to play along in the surreal world crafted by Martin McDonagh. Also reaching for your attention will be a soundtrack that takes a couple of hipster favorites, some classic tunes, and a score from a talented composer and shakes 'em up into a smooth cocktail.

Kicking off rather appropriately with Hank Williams' "Angel Of Death," the CD moves into the classic cut "First Cut Is The Deepest" before detouring in a few interesting directions. There's Carter Burwell's score, a couple of tunes from indie rockers The Walkmen, another from Deer Tick before things head back into FM dial territory with The Stone Poneys. It's a pretty eclectic mix, but it also works pretty well. And if you like what you hear, it's yours to own...but you'll have to wait.

While the movie is in theaters today, you won't be able to digitally snag the tunes until October 23rd and if you want a physical disc? November 20th. Full tracklist below. [Film Music Reporter]

"Seven Psychopaths" Soundtrack Tracklisting

01. Angel of Death – Hank Williams
02. The First Cut Is The Deepest – P.P. Arnold
03. The Quaker – Carter Burwell
04. Berlioz: Strophes ‘Premiers Transports Que Nui N’oblie…’ [Roméo Et Juliette, Op 17 - Version With Original Parts. - Part 1] – The Monteverdi Choir And Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique with Catherine Robbin, Jean-Paul Fouchécourt & John Eliot Gardiner
05. Zachariah – Carter Burwell
06. Angela Surf City – The Walkmen
07. Billy’s Diary – Carter Burwell
08. Dirty Dishes – Deer Tick
09. My Lai – Carter Burwell
10. Country Dumb – Josh T. Pearson
11. Der Monde: Ach, Da Hängt Ja Der Mond! (Klein Kind/Chor) – Teresa Holloway, Philharmonia Chorus/Philharmonia Orchestra/Wolfgang Sawallisch
12. All Gray and Shit – Carter Burwell
13. This Movie Ends My Way – Carter Burwell
14. Stranded – The Walkmen
15. Billy’s Ending – Carter Burwell
16. It Might – Carter Burwell
17. Seven Psychopaths – Carter Burwell
18. Different Drum – The Stone Poneys feat. Linda Ronstadt
19. Zach’s Back – Carter Burwell

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5 Comments

  • JWinAustin | June 13, 2014 12:48 AMReply

    Totally agree that it is a seriously bad omission not to mention Townes. AND in answer to Mathew below, Mr. Mudd and Mr. Gold was performed by Townes himself. Still miss him after all these years

  • Lee | January 29, 2013 9:20 PMReply

    Townes Van Zandt should most definitely be included. Wow, can't believe that Townes Van Zandt was omitted.

  • carl | January 19, 2013 7:38 PMReply

    How in the hell could you leave off Townes Van Zandt. The second track in the movie Mr Mudd and Mr Gold.

  • Matthew | March 28, 2013 4:42 AM

    Great song, who sang this particular version of his song?? Thanks

  • Sarah | October 25, 2012 3:41 AMReply

    http://8tracks.com/sirrahv/seven-psychopaths

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