Various ‎– Memento (Music For And Inspired By The Film)

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Thrive Records ‎– 90520-2
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CD, Compilation
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1 David Julyan Opening Titles / Polaroid Fades 3:04
2 David Julyan Motel Room / Arriving At The Derelict 2:55
3 Roni Size Snapshot
Producer, Arranged By – Roni SizeWritten-By – Williams*
4:21
4 Thievery Corporation Focus On Sight
Guitar, Bass, Engineer – Desmond WilliamsVocals – See-IWritten-By – Steele*, Hilton*, Garza*
3:41
5 Monc Stone
Written-By – Monc
3:17
6 David Julyan Remember Me 2:25
7 David Julyan The Facts / Tattoos 3:13
8 David Julyan More Facts 1:58
9 Radiohead Treefingers (Extended Version)
Engineer, Mixed By – Nigel GodrichProducer – Nigel Godrich, RadioheadWritten-By – Radiohead
4:46
10 Bjork* All Is Full Of Love (Funkstorung Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Funkstorung*Written-By – Bjork*, Howie B*
5:24
11 David Julyan Motel Room / Arriving At The Motel 2:16
12 David Julyan Leonard And Natalie 3:37
13 David Julyan Time For My Shot 2:31
14 David Julyan Losing Control / Tattoo Parlor 3:34
15 Moby First Cool Hive
Written-By – Moby
4:50
16 Peace Orchestra Who Am I
Written-By, Producer – Peter Kruder
4:22
17 Paul Oakenfold Amnesia
Written-By – Paul Oakenfold And Steve Osborne*
4:38
18 David Julyan Arriving At The Derelict / Jimmy 1:41
19 David Julyan Memento (Main Theme) 6:53
20 David Bowie Something In The Air
Written-By – Bowie*, Gabrels*
5:45

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Notes

Original Film Score recorded at Bitternaut Studios, London.

© 2001 Thrive Records.
Manufactured and distributed by London/Sire Records Group Inc.
A warner Music Group Company.
Printed in U.S.A.

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  • Barcode: 6 5124-90520-2 4

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Ashitaka_Hamana

Ashitaka_Hamana

May 22, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
This album is a fun way to market the soundtrack. From the Epic Ambient scores of David Julyan, too the downtempo grooves of Thievery Corp. and Monc. This release is a pretty good one.

As far as a Soundtrack though, we all know that all the tracks on here that aren't David Julyan (besides Bowie and Monc) are just fillers to help sell the CD and really don't fit the mood of the picture. -_-