15 Songs, 54 Minutes


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4.6 out of 5

29 Ratings

29 Ratings

Great Soundtrack to a Great Film

Tedham Porterhouse

I knew to expect a great soundtrack to any movie by David O Russell, since his musical choices in Silver Linings Playbook and Three Kings always reminded me of Scorsese's exquisite music tastes. Needless to say, I was not disappointed by this selection of 70s hits. There's some Elton John, a dash of ELO, a little bit of Bee Gees...just great. The exclusion of "Jean Genie" by Bowie and "I Feel Love" by Donna Summer was unfortunate, but just hearing them perfectly placed in the film was good enough. Also, the movie made me remember why we make movies. A classic, I hope.

Scorsese Homage


Any director who uses Elton John’s Goodbye Yellow Brick Road to great effect is a genius in my opinion. And while Jennifer Lawrence acting along to Live and Let Die was a little overwrought, it was still a great scene. But where is Steely Dan’s Dirty Work, which was used in the opening credits?

Long Black Road is Mono


I am so sick of screwups like this - MONO!!! What incompetent pulled the file for this one. The stereo version exists - it is on the Japanese version of the ELO album Zoom.

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