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Children Of Men Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

by Various Artists

Children Of Men Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Various Artists

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Children Of Men Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

by Various Artists

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Label: Hip-O
Finally -- the definitive version of Joe South's "Hush" (sorry, Kula Shaker). With a cornucopia of genres and artists, this could be the best film soundtrack of 2006. Junior Parker's beatnik take on the Beatles' psychedelic opus "Tomorrow Never Knows" is cooler than sunglasses. And the fact that King Crimson's proggy anthem "Court of the Crimson King" showed up is as awesome as it is weird. John Lennon's rehearsal take of "Bring on the Lucie" is so intimate you'll feel like you were sitting in. And the Kills, the Libertines and Jarvis Cocker keep things fresher than a new pair of kicks.

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Finally -- the definitive version of Joe South's "Hush" (sorry, Kula Shaker). With a cornucopia of genres and artists, this could be the best film soundtrack of 2006. Junior Parker's beatnik take on the Beatles' psychedelic opus "Tomorrow Never Knows" is cooler than sunglasses. And the fact that King Crimson's proggy anthem "Court of the Crimson King" showed up is as awesome as it is weird. John Lennon's rehearsal take of "Bring on the Lucie" is so intimate you'll feel like you were sitting in. And the Kills, the Libertines and Jarvis Cocker keep things fresher than a new pair of kicks.

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Finally -- the definitive version of Joe South's "Hush" (sorry, Kula Shaker). With a cornucopia of genres and artists, this could be the best film soundtrack of 2006. Junior Parker's beatnik take on the Beatles' psychedelic opus "Tomorrow Never Knows" is cooler than sunglasses. And the fact that King Crimson's proggy anthem "Court of the Crimson King" showed up is as awesome as it is weird. John Lennon's rehearsal take of "Bring on the Lucie" is so intimate you'll feel like you were sitting in. And the Kills, the Libertines and Jarvis Cocker keep things fresher than a new pair of kicks.