'Free Fire' Original Soundtrack silver vinyl 2LP pre-order (release date 9th June)


'Free Fire' Original Soundtrack silver vinyl 2LP pre-order (release date 9th June)


'Free Fire' Original Soundtrack featuring the full score by Geoff Barrow and Ben Salisbury, dialogue from the film and licensed tracks. Silver coloured double vinyl LP in a gatefold sleeve with digital download card which features the full soundtrack as well as additional unheard bonus material not used in the score.

This 2LP is released on Friday 9th June.

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All preorders will be sent so that you will receive it on release date (UK only and subject to Royal Mail delivery).

Tracklisting -

1. Where We Going?
2. Do The Boob (The Real Kids)
3. I’m I.I.F.M
4. Sledgehammer Cracks Nut
5. This Is Ord
6. Docks Beat
7. Step Into My Office
8. Run Through The Jungle (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
9. Raw Onions
10. Vern
11. Come Out
12. Gorgeous As Ever
13. Money Count
14. Nice Teeth
15. Harlequins Reunion
16. Steven’s Been Reprimanded
17. Stevo Apologises
18. Suck On This
19. First Shot
20. Mostly The Suit
21. Martin Shot
22. Will Everybody Calm The Fuck Down
23. Snipers
24. Good To Go
25. Free Firing Gunshot Solo
26. The Phone Rings
27. Watch And Vern
28. Crawl Chase
29. So That’s What A Fucking Brain Looks Like
30. Lead Lobotomy
31. Poke Him In The Eye
32. We Can’t All Be Nice Girls
33. That’s Why I Appreciate The Arts
34. Leary
35. Aiming For The Nose
36. Oh Fuck
37. Where Do You Think You’re Going Little Harry
38. Annie’s Song (John Denver)
39. A John Denver Story
40. Justine’s Theme
41. This Old Guitar (John Denver)

Geoff Barrow and Ben Salisbury return to score Ben Wheatley’s 1970s based epic shoot-out ‘Free Fire’, executively produced by Martin Scorsese.

‘Free Fire’ sees Barrow and Salisbury take a huge directional curve away from their intense, synth-based Ivor Novello award winning score for ‘Ex Machina’, with the composers curating a prog rock, free jazz, psychedelic journey influenced by bands such as King Crimson, Camel and Magma and tips its hat to the Lalo Schifrin thriller genre scores of that era.

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