Various Artists - Bronson

 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack + Download Code)


Milan Records



Product No.:
AMIL 36716
UPC: 731383671609
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Vinyl Record

No. of Discs: 2
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Original motion picture soundtrack

180-gram gatefold double LP

Album download and 12"x12" insert included

There is no need to introduce Nicolas Winding Refn, the maverick director who made a worldwide impact with his 2011 hit Drive. But before Drive, film and music lovers around the world took notice of the young Danish director with his 2008 film, "Bronson."

Starring Tom Hardy, "Bronson" tells the true story of Charlie Bronson, England's most notorious prisoner. Highly stylized, "Bronson" features many of the elements of what would be soon to be seen as Nicolas Winding Refn‘s unique cinematic style: A strong musical sense, an understanding of stylized violence, great performances and an eye for beautiful compositions and images.

The album features the iconic "Digital Versicolor" performed by Glass Candy, and songs by Pet Shop Boys and New Order. The best classical pieces used in the film by Giuseppe Verdi, Richard Wagner and more are also included.
All City Media also designed the beautiful original art for the soundtrack release.

1. Side 1
2. 1. Digital Versicolor – Glass Candy
3. 2. The Electrician – The Walker Brothers
4. 3. Via Pensiero (Chorus Of Hebrew Slaves) – Giuseppe Verdi
Side 2
6. 4. The Dam Busters March – Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
7. 5. Santa Please (Come Early This Christmas) – Eva Abraham & The Nat Franklin Trio
8. 6. It’s A Sin – Pet Shop Boys
9. 7. Meet Mr. Callaghan – Ray Martin
10. 8. Superstar – Peter Radcliff & Eva Abraham
Side 3
12. 9. Your Silent Face – New Order
13. 10. La Forza Del Destino: La Vergine Degli Angeli – Giuseppe Verdi
14. 11. Das Rheingold: Entry Of The Gods Into Valhalla – Richard Wagner
15. 12. Lakme, Act 1 – Flower Duet: “Sould Le Dome Epais” – Leo Delibes
Side 4
17. 13. Symphony No. 4 In E Flat “Romantic” – Anton Bruckner

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