Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – Lawless Score out Aug 1st

The ‘Lawless’ score, written by Nick Cave & Warren Ellis, will be out Aug 1st in Australia and features country & bluegrass tracks typical of 1930s West Virginia, where is the film is set. Performing as “The Bootleggers”, Cave & Ellis are joined by guest musicians Emmylou Harris, Mark Lanegan, Leila Moss, Willie Nelson & Ralph Stanley.

Tracklisting & complete audio stream under the cut.

Tracklisting:

1. “Fire and Brimstone” – The Bootleggers feat. Mark Lanegan
2. “Burnin’ Hell” – The Bootleggers feat. Nick Cave
3. “Sure ‘Nuff Yes I Do” – Ralph Stanley
4. “Fire in the Blood” – The Bootleggers feat. Emmylou Harris
5. “White Light/White Heat” – The Bootleggers feat. Mark Lanegan
6. “Cosmonaut” – The Bootleggers feat. Emmylou Harris
7. “Fire in the Blood”/”Snake Song” – Nick Cave, Warren Ellis, Emmylou Harris and Ralph Stanley
8. “Aim Towards the Sky” – The Bootleggers feat. Liela Moss and Emmylou Harris
9. “Fire in the Blood” – The Bootleggers feat. Emmylou Harris
10. “Fire and Brimstone” – Ralph Stanley
11. “Sure ‘Nuff Yes I Do” – The Bootleggers feat. Mark Lanegan
12. “White Light/White Heat” – Ralph Stanley
13. “End Crawl” – Nick Cave and Warren Ellis
14. “Midnight Run” – Willie Nelson

AUDIO STREAM HERE

Tx to Timber and Steel blog and Michael Lavorgna @Audio Stream.com!

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2 thoughts on “Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – Lawless Score out Aug 1st

  1. i read somewhere that nick refers to this film as a “wangster”. a cross between a “western and a gangster film”.

  2. Reblogged this on Jockey Full of Bourbon and commented:
    absofreakinglutely
    the whole thing is great, some stuff sounds like Jack White could have come up with it (not a diss), but…
    you haven’t lived til you hear Ralph Stanley covering the Velvet Undergound.

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