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The Departed (Music from the Motion Picture)


Download links and information about The Departed (Music from the Motion Picture). This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 45:26 minutes.

Release date: 2006
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 12
Duration: 45:26
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No. Title Length
1. Comfortably Numb (feat. Van Morrison & The Band) (Van Morrison, Roger Waters, The Band) 7:59
2. Sail On Sailor (The Beach Boys) 3:18
3. Let It Loose (Rolling Stones) 5:18
4. Sweet Dreams (Roy Buchanan) 3:32
5. One Way Out (Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan) 4:57
6. Baby Blue (Re-Recorded) (Badfinger) 3:36
7. I'm Shipping Up to Boston (Dropkick Murphys) 2:34
8. Nobody But Me (Human Beinz, The) 2:18
9. Tweedle Dee (LaVern Baker) 3:06
10. Sweet Dreams (Of You) (Patsy Cline) 2:34
11. The Departed Tango (feat. Marc Ribot and Larry Saltzman) (Howard Shore) 3:38
12. Beacon Hill (Performed By Sharon Isbin) (Howard Shore) 2:36



As he did with his previous mob-centered films Goodfellas and Casino, director Martin Scorsese seasons this remake of the Hong Kong thriller Infernal Affairs with a well-chosen slate of rock 'n' pop that gracefully underpins the story's era and settings. It’s a collection whose key selections center on the classic rock of The Stones, Beach Boys, Allmans and Badfinger for their instant familiarity, yet one with enough shrewd sense of adventure to include a live version of Pink Floyd's "Comfortably Numb" by Roger Waters, Van Morrison and The Band, plus Patsy Cline's original "Sweet Dreams" and a lyrical cover by guitarist Roy Buchanan, as well as the boozy Irish swagger of the Dropkick Murphy's "I'm Shipping Out to Boston" and the loopy '60s proto-garage-punk of the Human Beinz' "Nobody But Me." Rounding out the collection are two tracks showcasing Howard Shore's unusual, guitar-centered instrumental underscore (the complete recording is available separately) via its evocative main theme tango and the contrasting solo classical piece, "Beacon Hill."