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David Bowie, R.E.M. in Soundtrack of Kurt Cobain's Biopic

June 04, 2007 02:40:21 GMT

The documentary film on Kurt Cobain receives the scores by musicians who have great influence to the late Nirvana's frontman.


A soundtrack to biopic "Kurt Cobain About a Son" features songs from R.E.M., The Vaselines, Iggy Pop and David Bowie, some musicians in great influence to Kurt. The compilation, which also receives a composition by Death Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard, will be distributed via Barsuk on September 11.

The soundtrack is the following of the film that has gone premiere in 2006 Toronto International Film Festival. Containing Kurt's previously unreleased audiotaped interviews, the 96 minutes film will also be released on theaters and in DVD version in the fourth quarter of this year.

Full tracklisting:

  • "Overture," Steve Fisk and Ben Gibbard


  • Audio: Never Intended

  • "Motorcycle Song," Arlo Guthrie
  • "Eye Flys," The Melvins


  • Audio: Punk Rock

  • "Banned in D.C.," Bad Brains
  • "Up Around the Bend," Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • "Put Some Sugar on It," Half Japanese
  • "Son of a Gun," The Vaselines
  • "Graveyard," Butthole Surfers


  • Audio: Hardcore Was Dead

  • "Owner's Lament," Scratch Acid
  • "Touch Me I'm Sick," Mudhoney


  • Audio: Car Radio

  • "The Passenger," Iggy Pop
  • "The Borgeois Blues," Leadbelly
  • "New Orleans Instrumental No. 1," R.E.M.


  • Audio: The Limelight

  • "The Man Who Sold the World," David Bowie
  • "Museum," Mark Lanegan
  • "Indian Summer," Ben Gibbard
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