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Disc 1
01
Alexander Hacke Opening Titles
01 :25
02
Alexander Hacke March to the Labour Camp
03 :21
03
Alexander Hacke Burial
02 :03
04
Alexander Hacke Massacre
02 :37
05
Alexander Hacke Rakel by the Well
03 :12
06
Alexander Hacke Angry with God
01 :16
07
Alexander Hacke Chaplin
02 :37
08
Alexander Hacke Insomnia
01 :16
09
Corinna Ludzuweit & Jan Hengmith Cuban Rumba
03 :30
10
Alexander Hacke Florida
03 :29
11
Alexander Hacke Minnie
04 :26
12
Alexander Hacke Vision
01 :28
13
Alexander Hacke Epic
03 :10
15
Alexander Hacke Exodus (Extended)
09 :05
Disc 2
01
Alexander Hacke Opening Titles
01 :25
02
Alexander Hacke The Twins
01 :46
03
Alexander Hacke March to the Labour Camp
03 :21
04
Alexander Hacke Burial
02 :03
05
Alexander Hacke Massacre
02 :37
06
Alexander Hacke Mehmet
01 :17
07
Alexander Hacke Rakel by the Well
03 :12
08
Alexander Hacke Angry with God
01 :16
09
Alexander Hacke Chaplin
02 :37
10
Alexander Hacke Insomnia
01 :16
11
Alexander Hacke Seek and Ye Shall Find
00 :54
12
Alexander Hacke Across the Sea
01 :21
13
Corinna Ludzuweit & Jan Hengmith Cuban Rumba
03 :30
14
Alexander Hacke The Gutter
00 :53
15
Alexander Hacke Alone
00 :41
16
Alexander Hacke Florida
03 :29
17
Alexander Hacke Minnie
04 :26
18
Alexander Hacke Vision
01 :28
19
Alexander Hacke Epic
03 :10
21
Alexander Hacke Exodus (Extended)
09 :05
ARTIST
TITLE
The Cut (Original Soundtrack)
FORMAT
LP+CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
BB 190LP BB 190LP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
12/11/2015

With his 2014 film The Cut, director Fatih Akin completed his "Love, Death and the Devil" trilogy, following Gegen die Wand (Head-On) (2004) and Auf der anderen Seite (The Edge of Heaven) (2007). The Cut tells the story of Nazaret Manoogian, a young, poor Armenian blacksmith who is separated from his family during the Armenian Genocide, the Ottoman government's 1915 extermination of its minority Armenian subjects before the 1923 succession of the Republic of Turkey. Years later, Manoogian learns that his twin sister has survived and sets out to find her, an odyssey that takes him from the deserts of Mesopotamia via Havana to the desolate prairies of North Dakota. The music for this cinematic epic was written by the Berlin-based musician, producer, and actor Alexander Hacke, a member of the band Einst├╝rzende Neubauten, with which he has played guitar since the age of 14. In 1992, Hacke began composing film music, and his works include the score for Akin's Gegen die Wand. Franco-Moroccan singer Hindi Zahra contributes various vocal tracks to the soundtrack, as well as a newly recorded version of her song "Everything to Get You Back." "The Cut is a soundtrack that musically expresses the emotions and thoughts I associate with the film: the music accompanied and shaped the film from the first draft to completion. Alexander Hacke's The Cut is a proud Western soundtrack that takes a bow to the work of Ennio Morricone, yet at the same time sounds completely innovative and new. The Cut is Alexander Hacke's magnum opus" --Fatih Akin. Also includes a track by Corinna Ludzuweit & Jan Hengmith. LP includes CD; CD includes six bonus tracks.