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Elvis Costello / In Motion Pictures

Elvis Costello / In Motion Pictures

Universal will release In Motion Pictures, a new compilation of music by Elvis Costello on 26 November 2012 (earlier in some territories).

The career-spanning collection features music featured in, or written for movies, including She from ‘Notting Hill’, My Mood Swings from ‘The Big Lebowski’ and the Bacharach collaboration God Give Me Strength used in ‘Grace Of My Heart’.

Track listing

  • 1. Accidents Will Happen
    As featured in the motion picture E.T.: The Extraterrestrial
  • 2. Lover’s Walk
    As featured in the motion picture The Shape Of Things
  • 3. Miracle Man
    As featured in the motion picture The Godfather, Part III
  • 4. Life Shrinks
    Written for but not in the motion picture The War Of The Buttons
  • 5. Crawling To The U.S.A.
    As featured in the motion picture Americathon
  • 6. Seven Day Weekend (Jimmy Cliff & Elvis Costello)
    As featured in the motion picture Club Paradise
  • 7. Days
    As featured in the motion picture Until The End Of The World
  • 8. I Want You
    As featured in the motion picture I Want You
  • 9. You Stole My Bell
    As featured in the motion picture The Family Man
  • 10. My Mood Swings
    As featured in the motion picture The Big Lebowski
  • 11. Oh Well
    As featured in the motion picture Prison Song
  • 12. God Give Me Strength
    As featured in the motion picture Grace Of My Heart
  • 13. Sparkling Day
    As featured in the motion picture One Day
  • 14. She
    As featured in the motion picture Notting Hill
  • 15. A Town Called Big Nothing (The McManus Gang)
    As featured in the motion picture Straight To Hell

 

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Ogreeley

No “Sitting” from “The Invention of Lying”.

Johnny Law

Ha! He’s disowned his title track for Party Party then…

bibulb

Oh, he’s disowned that one for a while now – he tried his damnedest to exclude that single from his Singles box sets several years ago.

Which is a shame, because I LOVE that song…