‘Lost River’ soundtrack coming to vinyl

News / Preorders / May 11, 2015

The soundtrack to the Ryan Gosling-directed film, Lost River, by Johnny Jewel, is coming to vinyl.

The pressing will be a 3xLP set, on 180-gram purple vinyl. You can see the entire vinyl tracklisting, below.

1. Tell Me (Featuring Saoirse Ronan) – Johnny Jewel
2. Yes (Love Theme From Lost River) – Chromatics
3. Shell Game – Glass Candy
4. Echoes – Johnny Jewel
5. The Big Bad Wolf (Featuring Rob Zabrecky) – Johnny Jewel
6. Cool Water (Featuring Ben Mendelsohn) – Johnny Jewel
7. Deep Purple – Billy Ward & His Dominoes
8. Bullytown (Featuring Matt Smith) – Johnny Jewel
9. The Dead Zone – Johnny Jewel
10. Blue Moon – Chromatics
11. A Bloody Good Time (Featuring Eva Mendes & Landyn Stewart) – Johnny Jewel
12. Behind The Mask – Desire
13. Underwater – Johnny Jewel
14. Barnum’s Steam Calliope (Featuring Matt Smith) – Sunset Four
15. Carousel – Johnny Jewel
16. Hope – Johnny Jewel
17. Yes (Symmetry Remix) – Chromatics
18. Deep Purple (Featuring Mary Dugan) – Larry Clinton

19. The Goddess Of Gore (Featuring Rob Zabrecky) – Johnny Jewel
20. Moliendo Café – Lucho Gatica
21. Echoes (Reprise) – Johnny Jewel
22. Ascension – Johnny Jewel
25. Tell Me (Jukebox Version) – Johnny Jewel
26. Slow Motion – Johnny Jewel
23. Spellbound – Johnny Jewel
24. Burning Houses (Featuring Reda Kateb) Johnny Jewel
27. Communion (Featuring Rob Zabrecky) – Johnny Jewel
28. Carousel Pt. 2 – Johnny Jewel
29. Wandering – Johnny Jewel
30. Deep Purple (Reprise) – Larry Clinton
31. Reunion – Johnny Jewel
32. Death – Johnny Jewel
33. Rat, Face, & Bully (Featuring Saoirse Ronan & Matt Smith) – Johnny Jewel
34. Candlelight Burns – Johnny Jewel
35. Fossil Fuels – Johnny Jewel
36. Franky’s Theme – Johnny Jewel
37. Yes (Lullaby From Lost River) – Chromatics

You can stream the entire score as well.

 


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Christopher Lantinen
Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.






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