The Dust Brothers ‎– Fight Club (Original Motion Picture Score)

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Restless Records ‎– 7 73715-2
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1 Who Is Tyler Durden? 5:03
2 Homework 4:37
3 What Is Fight Club? 4:43
4 Single Serving Jack 4:14
5 Corporate World 2:42
6 Psycho Boy Jack 2:57
7 Hessel, Raymond K. 2:49
8 Medula Oblongata 5:59
9 Jack's Smirking Revenge 3:58
10 Stealing Fat 2:21
11 Chemical Burn 3:35
12 Marla 4:22
13 Commissioner Castration 3:06
14 Space Monkeys 3:24
15 Finding The Bomb 6:45
16 This Is Your Life
Featuring – Tyler Durden (2)Written-By – Chuck Palahniuk, John King, Michael Simpson*
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Score recorded and mixed at P.C.P. Labs - L.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 18777 37152 0
  • Matrix / Runout: REST 73715 01
  • Label Code: LC 02619
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L503

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TeaTimeFrank

TeaTimeFrank

August 26, 2016
Mondo included a flyer for the re-release of the Fight Club Original Motion Picture Score (by the Dust Brothers) on vinyl! Should go on sale this Fall (I am Jack's lack of patience).
Johnny_Dee

Johnny_Dee

July 14, 2016

An excellent album altogether but the one that stands out most is, to me, Jack's Smirking Revenge. I'm aware this is highly subjective, but this particular piece of music is, in my humble opinion, the sublimest piece of music I've hitherto had the pleasure to listen to.
RanzaOne

RanzaOne

May 14, 2016
Subversive, chaotic and in your face. Foreboding sample based funk, listen carefully and you will realize that their whole production history was leading up to this. A monolith of a soundtrack, a lesson on how to translate moving images into sound. Don't Sleep.
shanethedominator

shanethedominator

December 22, 2002

Extremly mellow Ambient trip out well crafted by The Dust Brothers. Like the superb film aims to create a kind of "out of body experience" & provides a good fusion of dance breaks that are less aparent with today's productions of soundtracks (Less combination of simple selected tracks from a film all bunged onto a disc) this has more emphasis on the music itself