Monday, December 3, 2012

Track listing announced for “West of Memphis” soundtrack

Posted By on Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 3:39 PM

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Legacy Records announced the track listing this weekend for the soundtrack to “West of Memphis,” a documentary on the West Memphis Three that will be released nationally on Christmas day. The soundtrack will be out in January. Other than Marilyn Manson, the choices are decidedly less metal than the WM3’s tastes back when they were in high school. Here are the tracks:

1. Henry Rollins (feat. Nick Cave & Warren Ellis original score) - Damien Echols Death Row Letter Year 9
2. Natalie Maines - Mother
3. Lucinda Williams - Joy
4. Camp Freddy - The Jean Genie
5. Tonto's Giant Nuts feat. Johnny Depp & Bruce Witkin - Little Lion Man
6. Marilyn Manson - You're So Vain
7. Band of Horses - Dumpster World (Live)
8. Citizen Cope - DFW
9. Eddie Vedder - Satellite
10. Bill Carter - Anything Made of Paper
11. The White Buffalo - House of Pain
12. Bob Dylan - Ring Them Bells
13. Nick Cave & Warren Ellis - West of Memphis Score Suite
14. Tonto's Giant Nuts feat. Johnny Depp (feat. Nick Cave & Warren Ellis original score) - Damien Echols Death Row Letter Year 16

Bonus Track:
15. Patti Smith - Wing (Recorded Live at Voices For Justice Benefit Concert - August 28, 2010)

Digital Only Bonus Track:
16. Bill Carter - Road to Nowhere

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