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CBGB (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Download links and information about CBGB (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Alternative, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:03:56 minutes.

Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Punk, Alternative, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:03:56
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No. Title Length
1. Life During Wartime (Remastered) (Talking Heads) 3:41
2. Kick Out the Jams (Mc5) 2:52
3. Chatterbox (New York Dolls) 2:26
4. Careful (Remastered) (Television) 3:17
5. Blank Generation (Remastered) (Richard Hell & The Voidoids) 2:44
6. Slow Death (The Flamin' Groovies) 4:23
7. I Can't Stand It (The Velvet Underground) 3:21
8. Out of Control (Electric Chairs, Wayne County) 3:37
9. Psychotic Reaction (The Count Five) 3:07
10. All For the Love of Rock & Roll (Tuff Darts) 3:25
11. All By Myself (Johnny Thunders, The Heartbreakers) 2:52
12. California Sun (The Dictators) 3:04
13. Caught With the Meat In Your Mouth (The Dead Boys) 2:07
14. I Got Knocked Down (But I'll Get Up) (Joey Ramone) 3:42
15. Get Outa My Way (The Laughing Dogs) 2:47
16. Sunday Girl (2013 Version) (Blondie) 3:03
17. I Wanna Be Your Dog (The Stooges) 3:11
18. Sonic Reducer (Remastered) (The Dead Boys) 3:06
19. Roxanne (The Police) 3:12
20. Birds and the Bees (Hilly Krystal) 3:59



Available as a 20-track standard release or in a superior 33-track deluxe edition, the movie soundtrack to CBGB features excellent, seminal material that dates back to the bands that influenced the CBGB scene in its heyday (The Count Five, The Velvet Underground, MC5, The Stooges) to the bands that played there themselves (though legal snafus kept The Ramones and classic-period Blondie, among others, from appearing). The deluxe edition is preferred because it’s more of a good thing, with the addition of Television’s “Marquee Moon,” The Misfits, The Cramps, The Germs (an L.A. band from the era), Hüsker Dü, and Devo creating a wider picture of who made the CBGB scene relevant into the '80s. The Police’s “Roxanne” is the most commercial track here; that band didn’t come up in the scene, which had nurtured Richard Hell & The Voidoids, The Dead Boys (Cleveland-hits-NYC) and Television: bands far more injected with the passion and eclecticism of the small graffiti-filled club.