Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Of Soundtracks to Come

The Decca label has long been associated with some of the world's biggest movie soundtracks - from best selling and most memorable scores ('Braveheart', 'Gladiator') to huge songs and musical soundtracks ('Sex And The City', 'Hairspray').

Now, the new Decca 'black label' division in the UK is pleased to announce a wealth of exciting new soundtracks coming your way very soon in the months to come!

THE HANGOVER: From the director of 'Old School' comes a hilarious new comedy about a bachelor party in Vegas gone horribly wrong. The eclectic soundtrack features the likesof Phil Collins, Gene Vincent and Danzig.

MY SISTER'S KEEPER: Based on author Jodi Picoult's bestselling novel, 'My Sister's Keeper' follows Sara (Cameron Diaz) and Brian (Jason Patrick) as their family is rocked by sudden, heartbreaking news that forces them to make a difficult choice.The soundtrack features the previously-unreleased song 'We All Fall In Love Sometimes', written by Elton John and performed by Jeff Buckley.

HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE: The sixth film in the hugely successful Harry Potter franchise is finally here! The creative team from the last film is back in place, including composer Nicholas Hooper who takes John Williams' original themes and creates a score full of excitement, magic and wonder.

PUBLIC ENEMIES: The soundtrack to the story of legendary depression-era outlaw John Dillinger features a newly-recorded version of the standard 'Bye Bye, Blackbird' by Diana Krall. The original score is composed by Oscar winner Elliot Goldenthal.

FAME: It's going to live Forever! In the tradition of last year's multi-million selling soundtrack 'Mamma Mia!', this year sees a much anticipated remake of the classic 1980 movie-musical 'Fame'. You'll be hearing a lot more about this exciting release, but for now please goto the official website to view the trailer:

Look out for reviews of these exciting soundtracks, and try your luck in winning some of them! Watch this space for more!

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