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All Music Guide - Amy Hanson
Think about Harvey Keitel. Think about what kinds of songs you'd pick to put in his movie. The result is, most assuredly, everything included on the City of Industry soundtrack. As a trip-hopped compilation, the album is without fault. As an indicator of just how far "underground" dance music had seeped into the mainstream by 1997, it's massive. And as a mirror of the darkness that percolated through the film, City of Industry is perfect. It's a rare success, concocting a blend of tracks that not only reflect the action onscreen, but also work together out of the cinema and long after the fact. This set does both with ease. The artists included read like a Who's Who of the ...
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All Music Guide - Amy Hanson
Think about Harvey Keitel. Think about what kinds of songs you'd pick to put in his movie. The result is, most assuredly, everything included on the City of Industry soundtrack. As a trip-hopped compilation, the album is without fault. As an indicator of just how far "underground" dance music had seeped into the mainstream by 1997, it's massive. And as a mirror of the darkness that percolated through the film, City of Industry is perfect. It's a rare success, concocting a blend of tracks that not only reflect the action onscreen, but also work together out of the cinema and long after the fact. This set does both with ease. The artists included read like a Who's Who of the late-'90s dance industry: Massive Attack, Bomb the Bass, and Tricky represent trip-hop's holy trinity with "Three," "Bug Powder Dust," and "Overcome," respectively. But that's just the beginning. What made this particular soundtrack so vital at the time of its release was that many of the tracks culled for the disc were new to ears in the U.S. Lush's "Last Night" could initially only be heard as a promo B-side; both "Walking on Water" (Palm Skin Productions) and "Rocco Sings for a Drink" (Death in Vegas) were import-only; and Mr. Jones' "Red" was a vinyl compilation track -- great if you were one of the few people who still owned a record player in 1997, but infuriating for the rest. Butter 08's "Degobrah," meanwhile, was remixed specially for the OST. This is a timeless collection; it grooves, it rocks, and it's creepy to boot. The songs get under your skin; the sounds are ethereal and sweet, raucous and menacing. And it's never once watered down for those not in the know.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/11/1997
  • Label: Polygram Records
  • UPC: 731452430847
  • Catalog Number: 524308

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Three - Massive Attack (3:45)
  2. 2 Last Night - Lush (4:55)
  3. 3 Overcome - Tricky (4:28)
  4. 4 Bug Powder Dust - Justin Warfield (4:00)
  5. 5 Rocco - Death in Vegas (8:15)
  6. 6 Walking Through Water - Palm Skin Productions (9:22)
  7. 7 Call a Cab - Lionrock (3:57)
  8. 8 Degobrah - Butter 08 (3:51)
  9. 9 The Hidden Camera - Photek (6:17)
  10. 10 Mr. Jones - R.E.D. (5:57)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Lush Track Performer
Bomb the Bass Track Performer
Massive Attack Track Performer
Justin Warfield Track Performer
R.E.D. Track Performer
Tricky Track Performer
Lionrock Track Performer
Palm Skin Productions Track Performer
Butter 08 Track Performer
Death in Vegas Track Performer
Technical Credits
Babyface Composer
Lush Producer
Massive Attack Producer
Justin Warfield Composer
R.E.D. Producer
Pete Bartlett Producer
Yuka Honda Producer
Nellee Hooper Composer, Producer
Jamey Staub Producer, Engineer
Tricky Producer
Simon Richmond Producer
Mark Saunders Producer
Robert "3D" del Naja Composer
Andrew "Mushroom" Vowles Composer
Photek Producer
Death in Vegas Producer
Russell Simins Producer, Remastering
Jason Bentley Executive Producer
Andrew Leary Executive Producer
Paul Conboy Composer, Producer
Evzen Kolar Executive Producer
Nicolette Suwoton Composer
Grantley Marshall Composer
Rupert Parkes Composer
E. Anderson Composer
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