Neil Young and Can tracks to appear on Jonny Greenwood’s Inherent Vice soundtrack

Paul Thomas Anderson film will be released in UK cinemas in January 2015...

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Paul Thomas Anderson film will be released in UK cinemas in January 2015…

Songs by Neil Young, Can, Minnie Ripperton and a Supergrass cover of Radiohead song “Spooks” appear on Jonny Greenwood‘s forthcoming Inherent Vice soundtrack.

The Radiohead guitarist has worked with director Paul Thomas Anderson on the adaptation of Thomas Pynchon‘s novel with the film set to open in UK cinemas on January 30. The soundtrack will be released in the UK in January and features Neil Young’s “Journey Through The Past”, “Vitamin C” by Can, Minnie Ripperton’s “Les Fleur” and nine original compositions from Greenwood himself.

As previously reported, Supergrass have recorded a new version of Radiohead song ‘Spooks’ for the film. The song has been played live for over eight years by Radiohead but never recorded. Greenwood has stated that two-thirds of the group Supergrass recorded the song. He did not say which two members of the band were involved.

‘Inherent Vice: The Soundtrack’ tracklist:

Jonny Greenwood – ‘Shasta’
Can – ‘Vitamin C’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Meeting Crocker Fenway’
The Marketts – ‘Here Comes the Ho-Dads’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Spooks’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Shasta Fay’
Minnie Riperton – ‘Les Fleur’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘The Chryskylodon Institute’
Kyu Sakamoto – ‘Sukiyaki’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Adrian Prussia’
Neil Young – ‘Journey Through the Past’
Les Baxter – ‘Simba’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Under the Paving-Stones, the Beach!’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘The Golden Fang’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Amethyst’
Jonny Greenwood – ‘Shasta Fay Hepworth’
Chuck Jackson – ‘Any Day Now’


Inherent Vice is the seventh feature from Oscar-nominated director Anderson. His previous films include There Will Be Blood and The Master.

The Pynchon adaptation stars Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Owen Wilson, Katherine Waterston, Reese Witherspoon (Walk the Line), Benicio Del Toro, Martin Short and Jena Malone.

You can read our first look preview of the film’s trailer here


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