Soundtrack details for GREENBERG, thanks to LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy

Kate Erbland

by: Kate Erbland
February 8th, 2010

A new Noah Baumbach film, featuring a score by LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy? I'd tell you to call up Fandango and get me some tickets ASAP, but I've already done that. We here at Gordon and the Whale dot com are pretty excited for the upcoming release of GREENBERG, so any information is choice - but full details on Murphy's soundtrack, featuring no less than eleven new solos, and one brand-new LCD joint? That's just too much good stuff. Murphy has said that this new soundtrack work "sounds NOTHING like LCD, really. It's made to fit the movie, not be 'my record.'" Interesting.

Hit the jump to see the full track listing, which also includes songs by Nite Jewel, Albert Hammond, Galaxie 500, the Sonics, and Duran Duran.

1. James Murphy: "People"
2. Nite Jewel: "Suburbia"
3. James Murphy: "Sleepy Baby"
4. James Murphy: "Thumbs"
5. Albert Hammond: "It Never Rains in Southern California"
6. James Murphy: "Plenty of Time"
7. James Murphy: "Photographs"
8. James Murphy: "Gente"
9. Galaxie 500: "Strange"
10. LCD Soundsystem: "Oh You (Christmas Blues)"
11. James Murphy: "Birthday Song"
12. James Murphy: "Dear You"
13. The Sonics: "Shot Down"
14. Duran Duran: "The Chauffeur"
15. James Murphy: "If You Need a Friend"
16. James Murphy : "Please Don't Follow Me"
17. James Murphy: "Photographs (Piano)"

The soundtrack will release in the UK on March 22. GREENBERG opens in select U.S. cities on March 26.

Source Pitchfork

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