Demolition | Demolición | VV.AA | 2016 | AAC

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Demolition | Demolición | VV.AA | 2016 | AAC
 Artist: VA
Title: Demolition (Music from the Motion Picture)
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: ABKCO Music & Records
Genre: Soundtrack
Quality: AAC 256 Kbps
Total Time: 64:12 min
Total Size: 129 MB
1. My Morning Jacket – Touch Me I’m Going to Scream, Pt.
2. Sufjan Stevens – To Be Alone with You
3. Heart – Crazy on You
4. Eric Burdon & The Animals – When I Was Young
5. Dusted – Bruises
6. Chocolate Watchband – It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
7. Charles Aznavour – La Boheme
8. Lou Doillon – Where to Start
9. Free – Mr. Big (Live at Sunderland / 1970)
10. Cave – Sweaty Fingers
11. M. Ward – Watch the Show
12. Henry Tozer – Nocturne in E-Flat Major, Op. 9, No. 2 (Abridged)
13. David Campbell – La Boheme (Bonus Track)
14. Dusted – Property Lines
15. Half Moon Run – Warmest Regards (Extended Version)
The music used in Demolition ranges from the familiar to the eclectic.
Heart’s 1976 debut U.S. single “Crazy on You,” notable for its unusual
combination of acoustic and electric guitar parts, was also the Seattle
rock band’s breakthrough hit. Paul Rodgers-fronted English band Free is
most known for the massive 1970 rocker “All Right Now” from their Fire
and Water album. Skirting the obvious however, Demolition instead
utilizes “Mr. Big,” a live version (Sunderland, 1970) of a deep album
cut from the aforementioned album. Further avoiding a track selection
that is too “on the nose” is the inclusion of “It’s All Over Now, Baby
Blue,” a Bob Dylan original that proved massive upon its 1965 release.
The ballad spawned popular cover versions by the Byrds and Them, but
it’s San Jose garage outfit Chocolate Watchband’s intense rendition that features prominently in Demolition. “When I Was Young,” a 1967
intercontinental hit for Eric Burdon & The Animals, fits the film’s
themes of disillusionment with the present, and longing for the
re-connection with youth.
Balancing out these tracks on Music
From the Motion Picture Demolition is a slew of songs by heavy hitters
in the current indie world. “Touch Me I’m Going To Scream (Pt. 2),” a
2008 single by Louisville, KY group My Morning Jacket, singer-songwriter Sufjan Steven’s “To Be Alone With You,” from his 2004 album Seven
Swans, and critically acclaimed songwriter M. Ward’s “Watch The Show”
from A Wasteland Companion (2008) represent the more established
contingent. Lesser known, but equally integral to Demolition are
“Bruises” by Canadian indie band Dusted, Chicago-based psychedelic drone quartet Cave’s “Sweaty Fingers,” and French model/actress/singer Lou
Doillon’s “Where To Start,” a single released last year. Closing out the package is Half Moon Run, a newer band from Vallée’s native Montreal,
with an extended version of “Warmest Regards,” which appeared in a more
abridged form on their new album Sun Leads Me On.
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