15 Songs, 58 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Trainspotting’s soundtrack was one of the more impactful in cinema history: it introduced a generation to Iggy Pop and formed a perfect document for UK music’s twin signature movements in the ‘90s: Britpop and rave. Much like its celluloid counterpart, the stars return here (The Prodigy hand “Lust for Life” a colossal do-over and Underworld rewire “Born Slippy”), but it’s the new talent that takes center-stage. Wolf Alice’s sublime “Silk” connects to the movie’s pulse and Young Fathers’ three contributions capture its jagged, uneasy atmosphere.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Trainspotting’s soundtrack was one of the more impactful in cinema history: it introduced a generation to Iggy Pop and formed a perfect document for UK music’s twin signature movements in the ‘90s: Britpop and rave. Much like its celluloid counterpart, the stars return here (The Prodigy hand “Lust for Life” a colossal do-over and Underworld rewire “Born Slippy”), but it’s the new talent that takes center-stage. Wolf Alice’s sublime “Silk” connects to the movie’s pulse and Young Fathers’ three contributions capture its jagged, uneasy atmosphere.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

37 Ratings

37 Ratings

Love it

Pluto Majestic

Can't wait till this film drops gunna be huge loved the first movie whoop whoop T2

It's going to be good...

Where's Ma Quiff Gone

Always quality from The Sound of Old (er) Scotland...

Well lit

Cammmmbugggg

Not as good as the first but still well lit

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