|1.||SIDE I: Fiat Lux||1:19|
|5.||Hobie and Whitey||0:52|
|8.||The Cattle Call (Performed By Eddie Arnold)||2:54|
|9.||Malibu Safe House||0:28|
|10.||No Dames (Performed By Channing Tatum)||4:24|
|11.||The Hands of Communists||0:36|
|13.||Our Father (Performed By Ascention Church Choir - Maloe)||2:05|
|14.||SIDE II: Lazy Ol' Moon Overture||0:32|
|15.||Lazy Ol' Moon||1:13|
|16.||The Glory of Love||2:15|
|17.||Song of India||1:08|
|18.||In Pursuit of the Future||2:04|
|19.||Slavery and Suffering (Performed By the Red Army Choir)||4:14|
|21.||Denizens of the City||1:02|
|23.||Faith God Damn It||2:35|
|24.||Back to the Backlot||0:25|
|26.||Echelons Song (Performed By the Red Army Choir)||3:02|
|Total Album Time:||42:44|
Mondo is beyond honored to present their very first Coen Brother's soundtrack, as well as our first Carter Burwell score, the magnificent soundtrack for the Coens' latest farce Hail, Caesar! which marks Burwell's 16th collaboration with the brothers.
A good part of the magic of this movie comes from the music of Carter Burwell, who dove deep into the period of the film, and the multiple film genres that it explores in each of its many tangents (including a musical number performed by Channing Tatum.) Also, drawing heavy on the red-scare, bringing selections performed by the Red Army Choir to add bombast to the scenes with would be antagonists of this story.
Artwork by BLT Communications. Layout and design by Alan Hynes.
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