Sucker Punch (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
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||Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)||Emily Browning||5:18||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||Army of Me (Sucker Punch Remix)||Björk||6:50||Album Only||View In iTunes|
||White Rabbit||Emilíana Torrini||5:07||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||I Want It All / We Will Rock You Mash-Up||Queen||5:07||Album Only||View In iTunes|
||Search and Destroy||Skunk Anansie||4:24||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||Tomorrow Never Knows||Alison Mosshart||7:35||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||Where Is My Mind?||Yoav & Emily Browning||6:11||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||Asleep||Emily Browning||4:20||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||Love Is the Drug||Carla Gugino & Oscar Isaac||4:12||£0.99||View In iTunes|
|BookletDigital Booklet - Sucker Punch||Various Artists||--||Album Only||View In iTunes|
Like the film itself, the Sucker Punch soundtrack relies heavily on strong female leads. Sounding equally inspired by both the original version of Eurythmics’ 1983 hit “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” and Marilyn Manson’s haunting 1996 cover, actress Emily Browning’s rendition here boasts a gossamer vocal performance sounding as though she could be a long-lost sister of Marissa Nadler. Similarly, Björk’s “Army of Me“ (featuring Skunk Anansie) gets the remix treatment. The end result plays like a seven-minute-long postapocalyptic dirge, with futuristic mechanical cacophonies banging and clanging in the background before a ferocious guitar solo rips the recording in two. The second part builds tense and stressful orchestral movements that come to a head before the song’s familiar hook binds it together in an exhaling resolve. The soundtrack pulls another Icelandic singer, Emilíana Torrini, into the mix, covering Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit”; it recalls Danielle Dax’s 1990 recording of The Beatles’ “Tomorrow Never Knows” (also covered here with a slightly more organic approach by Carla Azar and Alison Mosshart).
By far the best film sound track ever
Just watched the film, and the first thing I found myself thinking is 'can I by the soundtrack?'. Suits the movie down to a 'T' well recommended to everyone.
One two TKO
Just got back from seeing this at the cinema and loved it, brilliant story, visuals and interplay. But the real clincher was the moment Army of Me began playing during the first inner dream sequence. Major Tank Girl flashbacks :)
Good Music, shame about the film...
This soundtrack is possibly the only positive thing I can say about this film! It wasn't that great, but all I could think throughout was how good the music was - definitely made up for a very weak story line.