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Rampart [2012] - Dickon Hinchliffe

Rampart [2012]
Available: Digital on January 24th, 2012 and CD February 14th
Released By: Lakeshore Records
Music: Various Artists/Score by: Dickon Hinchliffe

Info: Lakeshore Records will release Rampart – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack digitally on January 24th and in stores in February 14, 2012. The soundtrack features three songs by Billy Hough (from the legendary Provincetown lounge act Scream Along With Billy), plus tracks by Leonard Cohen, Gang Gang Dance, Gonzalez & Zuniga, EB Black and Molotov.

Dickon Hinchliffe is a founder member of the British band Tindersticks, in which he wrote songs and played violin, guitar and keyboards. His orchestral arrangements became a distinguishing feature of the band’s recordings. From 1993 to 2005 Tindersticks released six critically acclaimed studio.

Film: Los Angeles, 1999 - Officer Dave Brown (Harrelson) is a Vietnam vet and a Rampart Precinct cop, dedicated to doing “the people’s dirty work” and asserting his own code of justice, often blurring the lines between right and wrong to maintain his action-hero state of mind.  When he gets caught on tape beating a suspect, he finds himself in a personal and emotional downward spiral as the consequences of his past sins and his refusal to change his ways in light of a department-wide corruption scandal seal his fate.

01. Downtown - Billy Hough
02. Go Forth - Dickon Hinchliffe
03. Control Machete - Control Machete
04. Lupe Se Llama – Gonzalez & Zuninga
05. Hartshorn on the Beach - Dickon Hinchliffe
06. Parasito - Molotov
07. Dale Brinquitos - EB Black
08. Tres Delinquents - Delinquent Habits
09. Afoot - Gang Gang Dance
10. What Now? - Dickon Hinchliffe
11. Venice - Billy Hough
12. Arms Around A Memory- Billy Hough
13. Famous Blue Raincoat - Leonard Cohen
14. Go Forever - Dickon Hinchliffe

A mixture of culture and songs that would come from the streets, all this wrapped around this film where we put the faith in protection. A protection that is lost in the public eye, which Dickon Hinchliffe captures surrounded by a diverse soundtrack.

-Jeremy [Two Thumbs]

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