Unreleased Ali, Gorillaz Tracks In Good 'Company'
"Every hero needs good theme music," said Keenan Ivory Wayans in 1988's "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka." Hollywood Records provides just that for the spies in Touchstone Pictures' upcoming action comedy "Ba"Every hero needs good theme music," said Keenan Ivory Wayans in 1988's "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka." Hollywood Records provides just that for the spies in Touchstone Pictures' upcoming action comedy "Bad Company." Ali's "Breathe In, Breathe Out" featuring St. Lunatics will serve at the lead single for the album, due Tuesday (June 4). The film opens June 7 in U.S. theaters.
The soundtrack is packed with unreleased songs, including the Gorillaz/D12/Terry Hall collaboration "911," which was previously available only on Gorillaz's official Web site. Jagged Edge, Blu Cantrell, Jaheim featuring Duganz, Dub Pistols, Pretty Willie, and Tricky are among the other artists featured.
"Bad Company" stars Academy Award winner Anthony Hopkins and comedian Chris Rock. The Joel Schumacher-directed film follows Gaylord Oakes (Hopkins), a veteran CIA agent who has only a few days to transform sarcastic, street-wise punk Jake Hayes (Rock) into a sophisticated and savvy spy to replace his murdered identical twin brother.
Here is the tracklist for "Bad Company":
"Breathe In, Breathe Out," Ali Featuring St. Lunatics
"911," D12 / Gorillaz Featuring Terry Hall
"B.O.B (Bombs Over Baghdad)," Outkast
"6 Million Ways To Live," Dub Pistols
"Na Na," Pretty Willie
"Anything For You (Devine Mill Re-Mix)," Jaheim Featuring Duganz
"All Out Of Love," Jagged Edge
"It's Killing Me (In My Mind)," Blu Cantrell
"To Keep This Life," Rama Duke
"Don't Touch," Ko-La Featuring Tricky
"My Crew (Part II)," Supervision Featuring Blind Gotti
"BMBBO," Trevor Rabin