This ones for all the ladies. We wouldn't see this if you paid us.
This ones for all the ladies. We wouldn't see this if you paid us.
Beck Denies He Was Going To Act In Theresa Duncan Film; Article Implies The Aborted Movie Led To Her Suicide
Remember the very bizarre, very tragic and sad story of artists Jeremy Blake and Theresa Duncan who both committed suicide ? (She died of an overdose thought to be suicide, but never proved concretely, and a distraught Blake took his own life by swimming in the Atlantic near Rockaway beach until he drowned).
Blake made the pixelated visuals for both Beck's Sea Change cover, the album's "Round the Bend" video and created the hallucinogenic dream sequence visuals for Paul Thomas Anderson's "Punch-Drunk Love."
Though the couple weren't actually Scientology members, they claimed that L. Ron Hubbard's religion was harassing and following them up until the time of their deaths. Then the story started involve L.A. junkshop singer Beck, a Scientologist who apparently wanted to leave the religious sect, at least according to an article in Newsweek that alleged Beck had told Duncan this information and knowing this info put her at risk.
Apparently the bizarre story is ongoing and now a new Vanity Fair article in the January issue bares bares e-mails written by Duncan alleging Beck pulled out of her beloved movie project, "Alice Underground" and implying that doing so made her distraught and suicidal.
"Beck and I met repeatedly to discuss the film," Duncan wrote to a friend in early 2003.Beck is denying all of it. "That's ridiculous. Totally false. We never met to discuss the film," Beck said. "I did explain to her I wasn't looking to act right then, and with the album, tour schedule, and a baby on the way, it wouldn't be feasible."
But Duncan said the Los Angeles-based Beck backed out, fearing that his Scientologist handlers wouldn't like the movie, Vanity Fair reported.
"[Beck] really, really tried to get away . . . [by] using going to NY to be in 'Alice Underground,' " Duncan e-mailed a friend in late 2006."He told me he wanted to leave the cult desperately, and this what they do when someone knows that."
This story keeps getting weirder and weirder.
Umm, seriously? This looks god awful. Directed by the Wachowski brothers ("The Matrix" trilogy), the film stars up and comer Emile Hirsch ("Into The Wild") Christina Ricci, John Goodman, Susan Sarandon and Matthew Fox.
But seriously, what was Hirsch thinking? This is going to be the first blight on his near-stellar career path so far. And what's up with the candy-coated aesthetic? Sure, the last two 'Matrix' films were ass, but this might be the nail in the coffin for the Wachowski's.
"Juno" opens up this weekend in limited release (it actually opened on Wednesday).
We've gone on about this movie and soundtrack many times (we need to not be lazy and post our review, it's great), but to recap: "Juno" is comedy about a teenage girl ('X-Men 3''s Ellen Page) who gets pregnant by her bff (played by Michael Cera) and finds her unborn child a “perfect” set of parents: an affluent suburban couple, (Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner), longing to adopt.
The movie is top heavy on songs by ex-Moldy Peaches singer Kimya Dawson and some Peaches tracks (they reunited recently at the L.A. premiere). It also features existing songs by the Kinks, the Velvet Underground (a self-titled 3rd album B-side), Buddy Holly, Cat Power, Hole, Belle & Sebastian, Sonic Youth (an excellent B-side Carpenters cover) and Ellen Page and Michael Cera singing the Moldy Peaches song, "Anyone Else But You" together in the film.
We've procured the Page and Cera duet and a Dawson track used in the movie. Go see "Juno" this weekend, it's surprisingly sweet as well as sardonically funny. The soundtrack comes out digitially December 11 and we've also posted all the songs used in the movie (the soundtrack can only hold so many tracks). We're sorry we haven't posted more today. We're violently hungover. Please forgive us.
Stuff: André 3000 In 'Semi-Pro'; Grace Is Gone; Moldy Peaches Reunite for "Juno'; Sinead Sings For 'Waterhorse'
- Photos of André 3000 in the upcoming Will Ferrell basketball comedy "Semi-Pro" have been leaking online. The movie looks like it's built around the premise of, "hey, didn't basketball players look funny in the '70s?" We're hoping it's not as one-note as it looks. Meanwhile the trailer just hit Access Hollywood.
- "Grace Is Gone," the apolitical Iraq war film starring a loose-cannoned John Cusak comes out this Friday (December 7). While it's not directed by Clint Eastwood (it's directed by James C. Strouse), the score is composed by Eastwood. Not many realize that the gruff actor-turned-director is an accomplished musician who has scored many films including his own "Million Dollar Baby," "Mystic River" and of course, the olds-in-space classic, "Space Cowboys." The soundtrack to the film was released back in October, presumably because the film was supposed to come out back then and got pushed.
The Moldy Peaches reunited for a second show (they played the night before) at the December 3rd premiere of "Juno," the little film that could, starring Ellen Page who hipped director Jason Reitman to the Peaches and singer/guitarist Kimya Dawson. Reitman loved the music so much he used 7 Dawson solo tracks in the film, 3 Antsy Pants songs (another Dawson project) and the Moldy Peaches' twistedly sweet song, "Anyone Else But You," which is sung by Page and co-star Michael Cera at the end of the film. The "Juno" soundtrack hits digital stores December 11 and physical ones January 15 via Rhino. All the songs used in "Juno" are listed here.
- Remember when we told you that inimitable cueball Sinead O'Connor was lending her mellifluous voice to the gauzy-CGI'd "The Waterhorse: Legend Of The Deep" movie about the Lochness monster and the boy who loved him? Here's the song from the film cause you know you fucking love it.
Download: Sinead O'Connor - Back Where You Belong Theme"
Watch: "Semi-Pro" trailer
OK: Albert Maysles and Fall Out Boy hanging out.
Tell us, what is glaringly wrong in the aforementioned sentence and above picture? Well, apparently the noted legendary documentarian (who directed the Stones infamous Altamont concert doc “Gimmie Shelter,” and is generally regarded as one of the greatest American cinéma vérité cameramen ever) is apparently following around the emo-rockers around on their tour bus for a new documentary.
Maysles is now 80 years old. Can you imagine him on the Fall Out Boy tour bus? Wonder what Ashlee thinks about the old guy who smells like a closet and canned soup. Apparently they're all getting on like a house on fire. "The band is having a great time hearing all his war stories about the Stones, Grateful Dead, [Fidel] Castro," said an insider. "They're really getting along, and they really like each other."
Maysles, with his now deceased brother David, made the kooky Beale sisters - relatives of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis - famous in the “Grey Gardens” films, recently acted as a cinematographer on Martin Scorsese's upcoming "Shine A Light" Stones concert, shot a ton of films about the artwork of Christo and also did a documentary on the making of Wes Anderson's "The Royal Tenenbaums."
We can just picture Pete Wentz whipping out his dong and going, "Al, film this! Woooo!" [New York Post]
- The first Michel Gondry, Björk collaboration in a decade is finally online. It's the video for eccentric Icelandic stars "Declare Independence" video which is about flying your freak flag over noisy techno beats with a militant aesthetic.
Mike Patton, former Faith No More/Mr. Bungle frontman and current Peeping Tom/various revolving projects noisemaker has lent his howling voice to the Will Smith film "I Am Legend" according to the metal fanatics over at Blabbermouth.
The film, which we mentioned yesterday, jacks some of Clint Mansell's "The Fountain" score in its trailer, is apparently utilizing Patton's Cookie Monster growling and effects-heavy voice to create the sound of the creatures in this post-apocalyptic big budget late season tent pole film.
Maybe the film's producers heard Björk's throaty Medulla record which featured Patton's Eskimo-chanting screeching and gurgled sounds (god, that was a fun listen, huh?)
Patton isn't exactly new to the film world, he actually starred in the little-seen 2005 indie film, "Firecracker" (he had 2nd billing after Karen Black; - he actually replaced Dennis Hopper who left the project before it filmed) and has composed lots of music for video games, including "The Darkness" and "The Portal." In 2008 will be voice the lead in videogame "Bionic Commando" and is contributing vocal effects to "Left 4 Dead."
Next up for the multi-tasking Patton? He's be composing his first entire original score to the film noir short, "A Perfect Place." Marking the directorial debut of Derrick Scocchera, one of the founders of Fantoma Films (known for their catalog of rare, cult films reissued on DVD), the 20 minute short will focuses on "a pair of bumbling friends trying to dispose of a body." Shot in black and white, the film short will be released as a double-disc with the score and distributed together via Ipecac Recordings in March of 2008.
According to a February 2006 article with MTV, the ex-FNM singer also scheduled to compose the music to the romantic thriller, "Pinion," which is due sometime in 2008 if IMDB is accurate (which it is only half the time). He is also scheduled to appear on the Massive Attack album Weather Underground in '08.
The score to "I Am Legend" was composed by James Newton Howard, but there's no details on a disc yet nor word on whether Patton go to meet Will Smith and discuss a rap sequel to "Epic."
Remember the film "Nanking" we told you about that so moved ex-Velvet Underground asshole and current tai-chi enthusiast Lou Reed that he was compelled to write songs about it?
Well, we've got a pair of tickets to give away if you live in New York at the presitgious repetory theater Film Forum on opening night, December 12.
A documentary about the Japanese invasion of Nanking, China, in the early days of World War II. The press release calls it "an emotional reminder of the heartbreaking toll that war takes on the innocent." The film is told through interviews with Chinese survivors, archival footage, photos, and testimonies of former Japanese soldiers. The centerpiece of the film is a filmed stage reading of the Westerners’ letters and diaries, featuring Woody Harrelson, Mariel Hemingway and Jurgen Prochnow.
The songs that inspired Reed, "Gravity" and "Safety Zone," can be heard over at his official site.
To win all you need to do is email us and tell us what your favorite Lou Reed album is and why. "Nanking" premiered early this year at Sundance 2007 in January. Update: Contest closed, thanks for playing.
Ah, Judd Apatow and the pot jokes. You know his crew are big stoners. Yesterday, we had a preview of "The Pineapple Express," a film exclusively about mary jane. Today, Dewey Cox (John C. Reilly) gets hip the gateway drug that leads to many confusing and lost weekends thanks to SNL alum Tim Meadows. PS, as we assumed, the "Walk Hard" tour is totally sold out.
Watch: Dewey Cox Gets Introducted to Pot
Watch: "Walk Hard" (Disco version)
Watch: "Walk Hard" (Punk version)
Estimable film composer and ex-Pop Will Eat Itself Member Clint Mansell and has either got to be offended or flattered.
Hollywood loves to appropriate his original film music compositions to goose their trailers into having that extra heightened drama that they're always desperate for.
We already did a play-by-play on all the people that jacked "Lux Aeterna" from his celebrated score to Darren Aronofsky's chilling, "Requiem For A Dream" (most notably "Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers"), but he's either thinking, "why don't these people fucking hire me in the first place?," or just takes pride in seeing his music being used for big budget projects (and presumably smiling at the sizable checks he receives in the mail).
Well, now Mansell's "Death Is The Road To Awe," a song composed for Aronofsky's psychedelic love story "The Fountain," (and performed by Scottish indie-rockers Mogwai and fancy, avante garde classical musicians The Kronos Quartet) is being hijacked by the makers of Will Smith's "I Am Legend."
Shame on you! Or, good taste, depending on where you stand on film music appropriation we guesss [ed. it's sort of two part lazy, one part flattering in our minds]. Note: Mansell has a very excellent and unreleased version of "The Fountain"s "The Last Man" on his myspace page that features the ghostly falestto of Antony Hegarty from the melancholy torch balladeers Antony & The Johnsons. It's worth checking out.
"I Am Legend" trailer ("Death Is the Road To Awe" at the 1:56 mark)
Download: Clint Mansell - "Death Is the Road To Awe"
Soundtracktastic: Vangelis Tries To Ruin 'Blade Runner' Music Yet Again; Plus 'Juno,' 'My Blueberry Nights'; More
Mark your calendars: the fully reinstated Vangelis soundtrack to Blade Runner is finally being released on December 18 with a full 3-disc deluxe edition of the soundtrack. You'll recall that the original version, belatedly released in 1994, was retroactively tweaked garbage.
MTVs Kurt Loder recently explained the problem with original release rather well. "[The Blade Runner soundtrack] might have become at least a cult hit, too, on CD, were it not for the fact that its composer, the London-based Greek synthesizer virtuoso Vangelis, refused, for reasons known only to himself, to allow its release (Instead, Vangelis recorded a sort of half-assed gloss on the original score and put that out, to universal contempt)."
Well, evidently someone changed Mr. Vangelis mind. The 36 track opus is spread out over three discs. Disc 1 features Vangelis 1994 revisionism, disc 2 is all the remaining music from the original film that V didn't want out for some reason and get this... disc 3? Dear god, it's another album of newly composed Vangelis music to mark the 25th anniversary of Blade Runner which also includes strange and odd spoken word contributions from Ridley Scott, Roman Polanski, Oliver Stone and a host of distinguished actors, personalities and world dignitaries.
Jesus Christ, that sounds wretched. Some one's got to put a bullet in Vangelis now, christ.
- December 18 is also a good day for people who like classically composed soundtracks. Osvaldo Golijov's score to Francis Ford Coppola's "Youth Without Youth" comes out on the 18, as does James Howard Newton's score to "Charlie Wilson's War" - the Mike Nichols/ Tom Hanks / Julia Roberts get-the-Afghan-war going '80s-period film. A movie that if gets one Oscar nomination (aside from Phillip Seymour Hoffman) we vow to quit our blog forever (god, it looks like such a typical Hollywood turd).
- Last, but not least the artwork for the "Juno" soundtrack and the "My Blueberry Nights" soundtrack have been released as well. As previously reported, Juno: Music From The Motion Picture, comes out digitally December 11 and physically on 15. The soundtrack album features music from the Moldy Peaches and Kimya Dawson, plus tracks by Sonic Youth, Belle & Sebastian and Cat Power. Stars Ellen Page and Michael Cera perform the Peaches track "Anyone Else But You" on the album and as we wrote way back when, Page was instrumental with curating the soundtrack disc and hipped "Juno" director Jason Reitman to the Moldy Peaches in the first place.
The "My Blueberry Nights" soundtrack comes out February 5 and features music by Norah Jones (who also stars in the film), Cat Power and Ry Cooder's score. The film, directed by the estimable Wong Kar-Wai ("In The Mood For Love") is due February 15.
Ok, so it's not actually called the Box of Cox like the filmmakers hoped, but as promised, Walk Hard: The Deluxe Edition (Motion Picture Soundtrack), is out on Itunes and features 15 songs not included on the original soundtrack. That's 30 in total (What happened to the other 10? You'll remember the soundtrack producer Michael Andrews and co. recorded over 40 tracks).
The tracklist is all mixed up from the original edition, but the new songs include four new versions of the Marshall Crenshaw-penned "Walk Hard" theme, including a punk version, the Jackson Browne, Jewel, Lyle Lovett, Ghostface Killah version, the disco-y '70s TV Show theme song version and the very-explicit hip-hop version by Lil' Nutsack (the filthiest song you have ever heard...and man, it's really dirty," said Judd Apatow).
Dewey Cox (John C. Reilly) already covers David Bowie's "Starman" on the original disc and this bonus edition includes his cover of Paper Lace's '70 hit, "Billy Don't Be A Hero," which they cheese up to the hilt (another '70s disco-schmaltz period number).
As reported yesterday, Dewey Cox is going out on tour. You can try and RSVP to the brief, seven jaunt tour if they're not already sold out.
Walk Hard: The Deluxe Edition additional tracks
Jump Little Children - Craig Robinson
The Mulatto Song
Hole In My Pants
Walk Hard ('70s TV Show)
Who Wants To Party
Weeping On The Inside
Billy, Don't Be A Hero
Walk Hard Walk Hard - Jackson Browne, Jewel, Lyle Lovett, Ghostface Killah
Cut My Brother In Half Blues
Walk Hard (You Make Me So Hard) - [Hip-Hop Version]
Walk Hard - [Punk Rock Version]
There's A Change Happenin' (I Can Feel It)
Hey, Mr. Old Guy
Apparently when "The Go-Getter" director Martin Hynes asked Deschanel (who stars in the film) to duet with M. Ward and cover Richard and Linda Thompson's "When I Get To The Border," they hit it off and from there, their collaboration grew organically.
From the Vanity Fair Movies Rock issue:
When Deschanel mentioned that she wrote songs, Ward asked to hear them. "I was amazed by the quality," he says, and soon he was producing her debut album, which is expected early next year. It was a nice change of pace for Deschanel, who has been cast in M. Night Shyamalan's next movie, 'The Happening', and recently starred alongside Brad Pitt in 'The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford' [ed.where she sang briefly]. "Making a record is like tennis," she says. "Making a movie is more like capture the flag."Ward told the A/V Club that he finished working on her record back in May, so they're probably just waiting to announce a label and firm up a concrete release date. Deschanel also appears on two tracks ("Slowly" and "Ask Her To Dance") from Jason Schwartzman's band Coconut Records album Nighttiming which came out earlier this year.
In the meantime, we've come across more mp3 tracks of Ward And Deschanel's collaborations. Meanwhile, "The Go-Getter" myspace page, the only place to seemingly get info on the release of the Sundance 2007 has been quiet since May. Deschanel's cabaret act, If All The Stars Were Pretty Babies (with Samantha Shelton) is still active.
Download: She And Him (M.Ward and Zooey Deschanel - "Sentimental Heart"
Download: M.Ward And Zooey Deschanel - "Bring It Home To Me" (Sam Cooke cover)
Download: Zooey Deschanel & Leon Redbone - "Baby, It's Cold Outside" ("Elf" soundtrack)
Zooey Deschanel & Samantha Shelton - "Stormy Weather"
Hey, we just wrote about this stoner comedy last week. It's "Pineapple Express," Judd Apatow's summer comedy for summer 2008 and it's directed by artisan David Gordon Green. It stars Seth Rogen and James Franco (both of "Freaks & Geeks fame) as stoner buddies who inadvertently witness a drug-related murder, and try and use the threat of mob of fugitives hunting you down as motivation to get their lives in order.
As we mentioned last wek, Seth Rogen has been trying to get Huey Lewis to write the film's theme song. "Smell it. Smell [the pot]! Enjoy, it's like God's vagina." Man, funny stuff. (
shit, wow that was quick, it's been taken down. Update: We found a working copy).
Ok, the run down on this 4 1/2 minute scene: Basically Rogen and Franco are sitting around discussing a killer bag of weed (called "Pineapple Express"), effusively awing about it's wondrous smell and potency. "It's this thing like El Nino, this air flow that comes from Hawaii and Canada and it gets the dirt, mixes it in with the weed in a very special way... It's actually very scientific, I won't go into it," say the dope dealing Franco. Then they smoke the "apex and vortex of joint engineering" the "crucifix joint." We're sure another version will be making the rounds soon (and there it is).
Oh and it looks like the Huey Lewis' participation is confirmed. Via MTV:
"I met Huey Lewis because he wrote a song for the movie," Rogen revealed, confirming reports that the "Power of Love" singer lent his talents to the film. "I saw him after he saw the movie, and he was just going on and on about all the action in it and how he didn't expect it to be a full-blown action movie."
Ok, the clip is up again, and you'll remember Franco's funny from this "Knocked-Up" outtake. Rogen says Franco steals 'Pineapple': "He is absolutely hysterical, and I dare say one of the funniest stoners ever in a movie. And it's all compounded by the fact that it's coming from a guy who you did not think had one funny bone in his body."
Remember when we reported that the team behind "Walk Hard: The Story of Dewey Cox" were hoping to actually tour the album?
It's actually happening. And you get some pretty good bang for your buck: Each of Dewey's concerts will be preceded by special screenings of the film. Not bad, right?
People are excited even those that are part of the movie.
"I have loved Cox from the beginning and I will be at every show worshipping Cox from the foot of the stage, "John C. Reilly in a cheeky press release even though he'll be doing all the singing onstage. Reilly will be joined by his backing band The Hard Walkers. It doesn't say who this band of merry players is, but one can presume it's some of the 'Walk Hard' soundtrack musicians (unless they were busy and they had to hire ringers).
"Not since Duran Duran toured America in 1984 have people been so excited about a rock tour," 'Walk Hard' writer/producer Judd Apatow gushed.
Dubbed the "Cox Across America Tour," the 7 date jaunt kicks off December 5 in Cleveland and then wraps up two weeks later in New York on Wednesday December 19.
Consider this our RSVP right now (you better hook us up), this should be fun. Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" OST comes out tomorrow (December 4) and you can preview two of the tracks you'll likely hear on tour on our last sneak peak story.
Want to actually see this tour (and the movie with it?) You can RSVP and fight among the throngs of other thousands begging for freebies over at the Sony site. Of course you have to actually live in one of the seven cities where the tour is happening...
Dewey Cox & The Hard Walkers -- "Cox Across America Tour" -- Itinerary
Wednesday, 12/5 Cleveland, OH Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Thursday, 12/6 Chicago, IL The Cubby Bear
Friday, 12/7 Austin, TX Stubb's
Saturday, 12/8 Nashville, TN Mercy Lounge
Monday, 12/10 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall
Thursday, 12/13 Los Angeles, CA Guitar Center on Sunset Blvd
Wednesday, 12/19 New York, NY The Knitting Factory
Last week as we were preparing to get in deep with Season 4 of the acclaimed HBO series "The Wire" (guess how we spent our weekend? holed-up) we reported the double disc Wire soundtrack set that's coming on on January 8.
Titled The Wire: And All the Pieces Matter - Five Years of Music from the Wire, the deluxe, 35-track disc includes (as previously mentioned) tracks by tracks by Tom Waits, Paul Weller, Michael Franti and Solomon Burke, plus Sharpshooters and DJ Technics.
Disc 2, Beyond Hamsterdam: Baltimore Tracks from The Wire, independent tracks from the local Baltimore hip-hop scene that have never before been on a major-label release, including Rod Lee, Tyree Colion, Diablo, Mullyman and Ogun featuring Phathead.
The show's theme "Way Down In the Hole" by Tom Waits is represented by all the artists - The Blind Boys of Alabama, The Neville Brothers, and DoMaJe, a group of Baltimore teenagers - who have covered the song over the show's five year run (preview DoMaJe's take on the song, click here).
Season 4 is out on DVD tomorrow December 4, 2007 (thank you local video store that had it on Friday) — a month before final fifth season premieres on HBO. Mark your calendars: Season 5 hits Sunday, January 6th. Turn off all cellphones and pagers and get in deep.
Here's the tracklists.
1. “This America, man.” (0:24)
2. WAY DOWN IN THE HOLE – The Blind Boys of Alabama (2:54)
3. “Why would anyone ever wanna leave Baltimore?” (0:21)
4. OH MY GOD – Michael Franti & Spearhead (5:05)
5. DANCE MY PAIN AWAY – Rod Lee (2:07)
6. MY LIFE EXTRA - DJ Technics (1:17)
7. “The king stay the king.” (0:48)
8. WAY DOWN IN THE HOLE – The Neville Brothers (1:36)
9. “We used to make shit in this country.” (0:15)
10. SIXTEEN TONS – The Nighthawks (3:36)
11. ASSUME THE POSITION – Lafayette Gilchrist (2:42)
12. “What the fuck did I do?” (0:12)
13. STEP BY STEP – Jesse Winchester (2:56)
14. I WALK ON GILDED SPLINTERS – Paul Weller (4:58)
15. FAST TRAIN – Solomon Burke (5:37)
16. THE BODY OF AN AMERICAN – The Pogues (4:45)
17. “All the pieces matter.” (0:08)
18. EFUGE EFUGE – Stelios Kazantzidis (3:32)
19. “Omar comin’!” (0:40)
20. WAY DOWN IN THE HOLE - Domaje (1:43)
21. “If it’s a lie, then we fight on that lie” (0:22)
22. PROJECTS – Tyree Colion (3:26)
23. “Later for that gangsta bullshit.” (0:38)
24. AYO - Bossman (3:20)
25. ANALYZE - Sharpshooters (2:44)
26. “Wars end.” (0:20)
27. UNFRIENDLY GAME – Masta Ace Feat. Stricklin (3:52)
28. WHAT YOU KNOW ABOUT BALTIMORE – Ogun Feat. Phathead (3:16)
29. JAIL FLICK - Diablo (3:38)
30. THE LIFE, THE HOOD, THE STREETZ - Mullyman (3:47)
31. “An act of daily journalism.” (0:07)
32. I FEEL ALRIGHT – Steve Earle (2:58)
33. WAY DOWN IN THE HOLE – Tom Waits (1:45)
34. “You remember that one day summer past?” (0:41)
35. THE FALL – Blake Leyh (1:24)
Beyond Hamsterdam: Baltimore Tracks from The Wire
1. WAY DOWN IN THE HOLE – DoMaJe (1:46)
2. PROJECTS - Tyree Colion (4:33)
3. DANCE MY PAIN AWAY - Rod Lee (2:52)
4. MY LIFE EXTRA - DJ Technics (2:39)
5. WHAT YOU KNOW ABOUT BALTIMORE - Ogun feat. Phathead (3:59)
6. JAIL FLICK – Diablo (4:07)
7. WHEN YOU SEE US - The Get ‘em Mamis feat. L. Cash (4:06)
8. THAT’S DA SOUND - Dirty Hartz feat. Verb (3:56)
9. AYO – Bossman (3:52)
10. THE LIFE, THE HOOD, THE STREETZ – Mullyman (4:44)
11. ASSUME THE POSITION - Lafayette Gilchrist (6:32)