“Children Of Men” Soundtrack Spawns Numerous MP3-Post Possibilities

Jan 24th, 2007 // 10 Comments

Yesterday, we featured a King Crimson track from the fantastic Children Of Men soundtrack, and because the movie clearly has a lot of fans–and because today has so few news items–we’re going to follow it up with John Lennon’s “Bring On The Lucie (Freda Peeple),” which is featured when [redacted] goes [redacted], a moment that made us [redacted]

John Lennon – Bring On The Lucie (Freda Peeple) [MP3, link expired]

  1. Cam/ron

    I’m curious about the breakcore track that Michael Caine shook his groove thang to. It seems to be Aphex Twin or an AFX remix.

  2. blogsR4dogs josh

    I think I would’ve posted “Life in a Glass House.” In fact, I might still.

    After all, when you hear the Radiohead playing you know you’re in a futuristic dystopia.

  3. benlukoff

    Great movie, great soundtrack, great song. It made me pull out my vinyl copy of “Mind Games” that I hadn’t listened to since probably 15 years ago. But the version on the LP and this version sound different. Is it the result of the remixing the album underwent a few years ago? Is it an alternate take? What’s the deal? (For what it’s worth, I like this one better.)

  4. noamjamski

    Radiohead: The music of choice for naive year 2003 optimists everywhere!

    Does anyone have an mp3 of the Ruby Tuesday cover?

  5. AlannaBanana

    I was actually quite comforted that they’re still listening to Radiohead in 2057 or whatever year it was. (I didn’t pay that close attention, I was just staring at Clive Owen.) But yeah, I like to believe Radiohead has that kind of staying power.

  6. Paul D

    Loved the movie. Didn’t think the soundtrack was terribly impressive.

    I definitely didn’t care for the Beatles covers. Use the originals, please.

  7. blogsR4dogs josh

    The so-called “Zen music” is in fact Aphex Twin.

    The track in question is “Omgyjya Switch7″ off of Drukqs.

  8. Agro

    The zen track should have been “Wriggle Like An Eel” by Whitehouse.

  9. Anonymous

    the music for this was placed very well, I thought. although I wasn’t crazy about the “Ruby Tuesday” cover, I thought they used it pretty effectively.

  10. blobby

    For the love of god, please post “Running the World” by the Cockster himself!

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