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Ocean's 12 Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (December 7, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: December 10, 2004
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • ASIN: B00067WJ60
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,325 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. L'Appuntamento - Omella Vanoni
2. $165 Million + Interest (Into) The Round Up
3. L.S.D. Partie - Roland Vincent
4. Lifting The Building
5. 10:35 I Turn Off Camera 3
6. Crepuscolo Sul Mare - Piero Umiliani
7. What R We Stealing
8. Faust 72 - Dynastie Crisis
9. Stealing The Stock (Into) Le Renard De Nuit
10. 7/29/04 The Day Of
11. Lazy (Album Version) - Yellow Hammer
12. Explosive Corrosive Joseph - John Schroeder
13. Yen On A Carousel
14. The Real Story
15. Ascension To Virginity
16. Bonus Track 1

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

Ocean's 12 is the sequel to the 2001 action-comedy-thriller blockbuster Ocean's 11, which grossed nearly $200 million in the U.S. alone. Set three years later, this film has Danny Ocean expanding his gang of con artists with new members in New York City before they jet to Amsterdam, Rome, and Paris to pull off three separate heists. The critically acclaimed Ocean's 11 soundtrack won a BMI Film Music Award for David Holmes, who returns to helm the music of Ocean's 12, which is sure to be an exotic, hip, cutting edge and surprisingly underground as its predecessor.

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Steven Soderbergh's antic sequel to his remake of the Rat Pack's shaggy casino caper may well be one of the most playfully goofy action flicks to come out of contemporary Hollywood. But while the director confounds the expected sequelitis at every turn, he wisely lets Irish club DJ cum film composer David Holmes reprise the same winning formula that made his collaborations on the previous film and Soderbergh's underrated jewel Out of Sight such hipster delights. While Holmes' original music is rooted in 70's-inspired acid-jazz , he punctuates its innate club cool with an eclectic, equally hip selection of source music. The film's foreign locales inspire choices like Ornella Vanoni's seductive opener "L' Appuntamento" and Piero Umiliani's shadowy " Crepuscolo Sul Mare," while elsewhere Holmes indulges his own savory tastes for everything from Gallic neo-psychedelia (Roland Vincent's "L.S.D. Partie") to adventurous jazz (Grusin's "Ascension to Virginity") and rock-exotica mash-ups (John Schroeder's intoxicating "Explosive Corrosive Joseph"). --Jerry McCulley

Customer Reviews

I love this movie and the soundtrack.
G. Zambrano
I was also disappointed with the fact that it was missing one of the last tracks (the "laser" song), but that is not your fault.
Sam H. Fowler III
Well here is one...(...) If you can edit the song and post it there, please email me with a link!!!
Asena

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,241 of 1,260 people found the following review helpful By D. Krcelic on December 20, 2004
Format: Audio CD
For all of you who are loking for the Nightfox laser dance song you can download it off what I believe is the artists website. Enjoy. [...]
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67 of 69 people found the following review helpful By K. Johnson on December 18, 2004
Format: Audio CD
In the past, I prided myself on my collection of hip, smooth, alternative and underground music choices. Apparently, I was delusional. Holmes' selection makes, I repeat, makes Ocean's Twelve the enjoyable viewing experience it is. Watch the movie, and then, if you can listen to it. Or just get the soundtrack. My personal favs are "Crepuscolo Sul Mare" (love the guitar on that one), "7/29/04 The Day Of" (bongos, horns, and wah-wahs? Yeesh!), and virtually everything else. One track, "The A La Menthe" by Nikkfurie, of the group La Caution, is missing. This is the infamous "Laser Grid" song from what I can tell. If Warner Music Group can get a second volume out, or a bonus disc, that would be great. I believe great music should be bought (or great musicians starve), so please help "The A La Menthe" become more available. Or more people would have to pull a "Danny Ocean".
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Amy N. Hathaway on February 12, 2006
Format: Audio CD
You can also find the Night Fox's blue laser dance song on La Caution's page on My Space.

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ironmaus on January 16, 2007
Format: Audio CD
The song that plays when the Nightfox is breaking into the museum is called "The À La Menthe". To be specific, the version played in the movie is "The À La Menthe (The Lazer Dance Version)" as the original version has rap lyrics provided by the talented brothers Hi-Tekk and Nikkfurie of the band La Caution.

It's true that there is a two minute sample available from the website of their production company (called Kourtrajme). This is not the full, six-minute version of the song though. You may be disappointed. It's here at the bottom of the page: [...]

The album on which both versions of the song appear is available here on Amazon. It's called "Arc En Ciel Pour Dal Toniens".

The soundtrack, by the way, is fantastic but lacking as far as this song is concerned.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Curly on January 27, 2006
Format: Audio CD
If you saw Oceans 12 and wanted the Blue Laser Lite Song, follow the intructions from the review

"Here's the FULL song!!!, The instructions he provides are right on the money. It's a very cool song. If you don't find the review, here's the link.

[...]

I'll copy his instructions as well;

"Now...the page is completely in Russian text, but you will find a link that looks like this: [mp3] next to a few other choices. Right click, save as, and POOF. You have a 6.18MB mp3 file with the full song! Actual song is 4m30s long.

Enjoy.............

Thanks to " Non-personalized "Alan"
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Alan Fijalkowski on January 26, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I did some massive searching for "The a La Menthe" song, and finally found it. The artist (Nikkfurie) only has a 2 minute clip on the website perviously listed. I found this website, which has the full clip for download. Now...the page is completely in Russian text, but you will find a link that looks like this: [mp3] next to a few other choices. Right click, save as, and POOF. You have a 6.18MB mp3 file with the full song! Actual song is 4m30s long. Well, enough of me talking, here it is:

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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Brooks Golden on June 4, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I have edited the "A la menthe" song so it has a beginning and end like the movie. I used the file sharing site Don't worry recommended. The link for it is: [...]
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Lovins HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 30, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Warner Music presents the follow up to the award winning "Ocean's Eleven" which won the BMI Film Music Award and a nomination from OFCS for Best Original Score...this time we have a more suave and subtle sequel in "Ocean's Twelve", once again the pen of Dublin born David Holmes brings to the big screen his intricate talents of film scoring...showcasing vintage with a harder edge mixed with distinctive versatility.

Opening track "L'APPUNTAMENTO", performed by Ornella Vanoni is as smooth as silk, can't get any better than this Italian hit from the early '70s....Holmes goes international from Italy to France with themes from the '60s and '70s that work perfectly...other highlights are "$165 MILLION + INTEREST(INTRO) with the Round Up.."LIFTING THE BUILDING", very close to Henry Mancini cues from various films and that's not bad company to be in..."10:35 I TURN OFF CAMERA 3", mixed with a beat from the '60s and a groove to match..."CRESPUSCOLO SUL MARE", performed by Piero Umiliani is simply haunting with mesmerzing effects..."WHAT R WE STEALING", this time Holmes pulls out all the stops with his down and dirty theme..."LAZY", the album version is a mirror duplicate of the vibes from Mancini's "Charade", but it fits..."YEN ON A CAROUSEL", takes the groove a bit deeper..."ASCENSION TO VIRGINITY", classic Dave Grusin with an inclusive chorus and a hip non stop beat...now we have the "UNTITLED HIDDEN TRACK", with percussion abounding from a school band practice...nice touch!

Total Time: 55:17 on 16 Tracks ~ Warner Bros 48945 ~ (12/07/2004)
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