Various ‎– Underworld (Music From The Motion Picture)

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A1 The Damning Well Feat. Wes Borland, Richard Patrick, Josh Freese & Danny Lohner Awakening
Mixed By – Terry DateWritten-By – Danny Lohner, Richard Patrick, Wes Borland
A2 Puscifer Feat. Maynard James Keenan & Danny Lohner REV 22:20
Backing Vocals – Lisa Germano, Milla*Mixed By – Danny Lohner, Joshua EustisProducer – Danny Lohner, RenholdërWritten-By – Danny Lohner, Maynard James Keenan
A3 Page Hamilton Throwing Punches
Written-By – Charlie Clouser, Page Hamilton
A4 Milla* Rocket Collecting
Cello – Richard Dodd (2)Mixed By – Danny Lohner, Joshua EustisProducer – Danny Lohner, RenholdërStrings – The Section QuartetViola – Leah KatzViolin – Daphne Chen, Eric GorfainWritten-By – Danny Lohner, Milla Jovovich, William Scherer
B5 David Bowie Feat. Maynard James Keenan & John Frusciante Bring Me The Disco King (Loner Mix)
Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Edward ShearmurCello – Richard Dodd (2)Drums – Josh FreeseGuitar – John FruscianteMixed By – Danny Lohner, Joshua EustisPiano – Lisa GermanoProducer – David Bowie, Tony ViscontiProducer [Additional Production], Remix, Instrumentation By [Misc. Instrumentation] – Danny LohnerRemix – Danny LohnerStrings – The Section QuartetViola – Leah KatzViolin – Daphne Chen, Eric GorfainVocals [Additional Vocals] – Lisa Germano, Maynard James KeenanVocals, Written-By – David Bowie
B6 Renholdër Now I Know
Producer – Danny Lohner, RenholdërWritten-By – Danny Lohner
B7 Skinny Puppy Optimissed
Mixed By – Mark WalkProducer – Walk*, Ogre*, Key*Written-By – Skinny Puppy
B8 Renholdër Down In The Lab
Producer – Danny Lohner, RenholdërWritten-By – Danny Lohner
C9 A Perfect Circle Judith (Renholdër Mix)
Remix – Danny Lohner, Joshua Eustis, RenholdërWritten-By – William Howerdel*, Maynard James Keenan
C10 Johnette Napolitano Suicide Note
Mixed By – Danny Lohner, Joshua EustisWritten-By – Danny Lohner, Johnette Napolitano
C11 Dillinger Escape Plan* Baby's First Coffin
Drums, Sampler [Samples] – Chris PennieGuitar, Bass, Keyboards – Benjamin WeinmanMastered By – Alan DouchesProducer – Steve EvettsVocals – Gregory Puciato*Written-By – The Dillinger Escape Plan
C12 Trust Company Hover (Quiet Mix)
Remix – Danny Lohner
C13 Renholdër Falling Through The Sky
Producer – Danny Lohner, RenholdërWritten-By – Danny Lohner
D14 A Perfect Circle Weak And Powerless (Tilling My Grave Mix)
Mixed By – Danny Lohner, Joshua EustisRemix – Danny Lohner, Wes BorlandWritten-By – William Howerdel*, Maynard James Keenan
D15 Finch (2) Worms Of The Earth
Mixed By – Ben MooreProducer – Ben Moore, Finch (2)
D16 Lisa Germano From A Shell
Written-By – Lisa Germano
D17 Renholdër Death Dealer's Descent
Producer – Danny Lohner, RenholdërWritten-By – Danny Lohner
D18 The Icarus Line On The Lash
Engineer – Mantis MirandaMixed By – Dave TrumfioProducer – Joe CardamoneWritten-By – The Icarus Line
D19 Sarah Bettens All Of This Past
Mixed By – Danny Lohner, Joshua EustisWritten-By – Danny Lohner, Sarah Bettens

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Record Store Day Black Friday 2016 RSD First release. 1000 copies on translucent blue vinyl (This) and 1000 copies on clear / black (randomly distributed), in a foil stamped numbered gatefold jacket.

Includes double printed inner sleeves featuring never before released storyboard art from the film.

Tracks are sequentially listed on release.

© 2016 Phineas Atwood Productions under exclusive license from Lakeshore Records.

Tracks A1, A2, A4, B6, B8, C10, C13, D17, D19 published by D. Lohner / Wish It Away (ASCAP).
Track A3 ℗ 2003 Page Hamilton, published by Headlift Music (BMI) / Chrysalis Songs (BMI) and Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI).
Track B5 ℗ 2003 ISO Records under license to Sony Music Entertainment Inc. Published by Tintoretto Music (BMI) admin by RZO Music, Inc.
Track B7 ℗ 2003 Socan / Canada published by Subconcious Communications (SOCAN).
Track C9, ℗ 2000 Virgin Records America, Inc. under license from EMI Music Special Markets. Published by Transfixed Music / Harry Merkin Music (ASCAP).
Track C11 mastered at West West Side Music. Published by Relapse Release Publishing (ASCAP). All rights for North and South America controlled and administered by Rykomusic, Inc. (ASCAP), all rights for the rest of the world controlled and administered by Rykomusic Ltd. (PRS).
Track C12 ℗ Geffen Records, Inc. under license from Universal Music Enterprises.
Track D14 ℗ 2003 Virgin Records America, Inc. under license from EMI Music Special Markets. Published by Transfixed Music / Harry Merkin Music (ASCAP).
Track D15 produced @ Bigfish Studios in Encinitas, CA ℗ 2003 MCA Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises.
Track D16 published by Emotional Wench Music / Universal Music Publishing (BMI).
Track D18 mixed at Kingsize Sound Lab. Published by Egotesticle (SESAC). ℗ 2003 V2 Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 60137 88491 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0760137884910
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): MVD8849LP-A WMM dP #2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): MVD8849LP-B dP #2 WMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, etched): MVD8849LP-C RE1 dP #2 WMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, etched): MVD8849LP-D dP #2 WMM
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: PRS
  • Rights Society: SESAC
  • Rights Society: SOCAN

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e.vondran

e.vondran

December 19, 2016

Great pressing! Very satisfying to listen to. Love that Judith remix.
Garden_Jack

Garden_Jack

December 3, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

Black Friday 2016. Went hunting for a copy of the Chinatown RSD release; Jerry Goldsmith's bleak score to Polanski's 1974 devastating noir classi-HOLY SHIT IS THAT THE UNDERWORLD SOUNDTRACK!!!!!1

So yeah, nice little surprise for me. Honestly I don't remember much of the movies beyond Matrix-vampires fight werewolves, but boy was I always excited when the soundtracks would come out*. There was always an interesting slew of new tracks and remixes from some great industrial/alternative artist. Danny Lohner? Maynard? Each in 3 forms no less! The records themselves sound nice and dynamic even (again, surprises). There's some neat storyboard art on the inner sleeves and it's housed in an extremely glossy cover…like it is notable. I don't know if there was a dual purpose for killing actual vampires so they had to make it really shiny to mimic sunlight, but I can't even get a picture of the damn thing without going blind. Anyway, make sure to go out and pick up the Chinatown reissue. 5 stars.

*It was the same case for the Resident Evil movies.