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Get Carter: Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture (2000 Film) Original recording reissued, Soundtrack

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This star vehicle for Sylvester Stallone may be a remake of the 1971 film starring Michael Caine, but the soundtrack music is clearly from this era. Jellybean Benitez worked as executive producer, and the coterie of trip-hop and techno-dance DJs and stars is noteworthy. From the expert grooves of Manchester duo Mint Royale to Petersburg, Ontario's most popular brothers, Soma Sonic, the waves of sensual ambience flow like lava from a lamp. Expert British remixer Paul Oakenfold (Happy Mondays) teams with programmer Andy Gray for "Descents." Soundtrack perennial Moby contributes the hypnotic "Memory Gospel." Bill Leeb and Delerium are on target with "Enchanted." Jellybean himself gives us a take on "Jingle Bells," which is sandwiched between the Accidentals' choir versions of the Christmas carols "Joy to the World" and "Silent Night." --Rob O'Connor

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The Theme From Get Carter - Tyler Bates
  2. Quicktemper - Red Snapper
  3. Descents - Paul Oakenfold
  4. Memory Gospel - Moby
  5. Enchanted - Delerium
  6. Psyché Rock (Malpaso Mix By Fatboy Slim) - Pierre Henry
  7. Diagonal Girl - Mint Royale
  8. Cybersex - Made for Masses
  9. Falling - Soma Sonic
  10. Spirit of Man - Twelve Tone
  11. Open Your Mind - Future Primitive
  12. Joy To The World - The Accidentals
  13. Jingle Bells - Jellybean Benitez
  14. Silent Night - The Accidentals


Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 5, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: October 17, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued, Soundtrack
  • Label: Sony U.S. Latin
  • Run Time: 74 minutes
  • ASIN: B00004YWZT
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #272,110 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The catchy Indian Sitar song that plays during Carter's boisterous entrance to the party, and the fight scene with Mickey Rourke is by an MCA UK band by the name Mint Royale from the June 2001 album "On the Ropes". This song is also playing during the "Empty Times Square" scene in the second release of the film Vanilla Sky with Tom Cruise.
Hope this helps,
-Drexel
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There is a song in Get Carter that I fell in love with immediately, unfortunately its not on the soundtrack. I heard the song when Stallone crashes the rich-nerdy guy's house party in search of revenge. I also heard the same song in Vanilla sky, during his birthday party. Can anyone help me find the name of this song and who's it by??
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"There is a song in Get Carter that I fell in love with immediately, unfortunately its not on the soundtrack. I heard the song when Stallone crashes the rich-nerdy guy's house party in search of revenge. I also heard the same song in Vanilla sky, during his birthday party. Can anyone help me find the name of this song and who's it by??"
The song is called: From Rusholme With Love - Mint Royale
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Just thought I'd help out the author of "Techno Pop Stuff Worth Hearing". You were asking about the song played during the closing credits. It's Groove Armada's "If Everybody Looked The Same" from their "Vertigo" album.
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"There is a song in Get Carter that I fell in love with immediately, unfortunately its not on the soundtrack. I heard the song when Stallone crashes the rich-nerdy guy's house party in search of revenge. I also heard the same song in Vanilla sky, during his birthday party. Can anyone help me find the name of this song and who's it by??"
The song is called: From Rusholme With Love - Mint Royale
See u all!
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...the song playing when Stallone crashed the rich kid's party is "From Rusholme With Love" by Mint Royale...
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Frankly, my reason for purchasing the disc was to hear the full version of the track under the Stallone/Rourke fight near the end of the film. However, it wasn't on the disc. I had to go to IMDB and review the tracks to find out the missing track was Mint Royale's " From Rusholme with Love." I did subsequently purchase the Mint Royale disc so alls well that ends well.
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By A Customer on August 16, 2002
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Does anyone know the name of that tune that plays just after Sly gets beated and goes down to the night club? (no it's not the Indian Sitar song) it's a techno/trance song, but i'm not quite sure which one is. Anyone knows its name?
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