Cliff Martinez - Drive OST
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Cliff Martinez - Drive OST

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    Originally out in 2012, Cliff Martinez's soundtrack to Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive was a smash hit. While this might not seem out of the ordinary, that is actually no small feat in this day and age; soundtracks have all too often become dispensable and it is rare for people to talk about one with the same sort of praise as this particular thriller. The lead tune is, of course, Kavinsky and Lovefoxx's "Nightcall", a song that is still getting significant playback these days, and one which makes for a strong contender to the best material from electro-pop acts like Daft Punk. "A Real Hero" by College has also made it into the big league since the film's release, along with a number of absolutely timeless, pop-infused r&b ballads like "Tick Of The Clock" by The Chromatics. Cliff Martinez's own material features prominently at the tail-end, of course. A hotly recommended 2 hours of music to accompany any sort of mood.

    Gatefold Gold Vinyl 2LP

    Side 1
    1. Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx - "Nightcall" (4:16)
    2. Desire - "Under Your Spell" (3:49)
    3. College - "A Real Hero" (feat Electric Youth) (4:25)
    4. Riz Ortolani - "Oh My Love" (feat Katyna Raneiri) (2:48)
    5. The Chromatics - "Tick Of The Clock" (4:46)
    Side 2
    1. "Rubber Head" (2:57)
    2. "I Drive" (2:02)
    3. "He Had A Good Time" (1:32)
    4. "They Broke His Pelvis" (1:54)
    5. "Kick Your Teeth" (2:32)
    Side 3
    1. "Where's The Deluxe Version?" (5:17)
    2. "See You In Four" (2:31)
    3. "After The Chase" (5:21)
    4. "Hammer" (4:36)
    Side 4
    1. "Wrong Floor" (1:19)
    2. "Skull Crushing" (5:48)
    3. "My Name On A Car" (2:09)
    4. "On The Beach" (6:32)
    5. "Bride Of Deluxe" (4:02)

     

    Originally out in 2012, Cliff Martinez's soundtrack to Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive was a smash hit. While this might not seem out of the ordinary, that is actually no small feat in this day and age; soundtracks have all too often become dispensable and it is rare for people to talk about one with the same sort of praise as this particular thriller. The lead tune is, of course, Kavinsky and Lovefoxx's "Nightcall", a song that is still getting significant playback these days, and one which makes for a strong contender to the best material from electro-pop acts like Daft Punk. "A Real Hero" by College has also made it into the big league since the film's release, along with a number of absolutely timeless, pop-infused r&b ballads like "Tick Of The Clock" by The Chromatics. Cliff Martinez's own material features prominently at the tail-end, of course. A hotly recommended 2 hours of music to accompany any sort of mood.

    Gatefold Gold Vinyl 2LP

    Side 1
    1. Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx - "Nightcall" (4:16)
    2. Desire - "Under Your Spell" (3:49)
    3. College - "A Real Hero" (feat Electric Youth) (4:25)
    4. Riz Ortolani - "Oh My Love" (feat Katyna Raneiri) (2:48)
    5. The Chromatics - "Tick Of The Clock" (4:46)
    Side 2
    1. "Rubber Head" (2:57)
    2. "I Drive" (2:02)
    3. "He Had A Good Time" (1:32)
    4. "They Broke His Pelvis" (1:54)
    5. "Kick Your Teeth" (2:32)
    Side 3
    1. "Where's The Deluxe Version?" (5:17)
    2. "See You In Four" (2:31)
    3. "After The Chase" (5:21)
    4. "Hammer" (4:36)
    Side 4
    1. "Wrong Floor" (1:19)
    2. "Skull Crushing" (5:48)
    3. "My Name On A Car" (2:09)
    4. "On The Beach" (6:32)
    5. "Bride Of Deluxe" (4:02)