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Get Carter

Label: Cherry Red Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: CD1: Get Carter (Intro); Dialogue; Carter Takes The Train (Main Title); Dialogue; Lookin’ For Someone; The Race Track (Dialogue); Somethin’ On My Mind; Dialogue; Gettin’ Nowhere In A Hurry; Dialogue; The Girl In The Car; The Phone Call (Dialogue); Love Is A Four Letter Word; Dialogue; Living Should Be That Way; Dialogue; Manhunt; Dialogue; Goodbye Eric + Dialogue; Dialogue; Hallucinations; Goodbye Carter! CD2: Get Carter (Alternative Mix); Plaything; Dialogue; Hallucinations (Alternative Vocal Mix); Dialogue; Getting’ Nowhere In A Hurry (Instrumental + Dialogue); Love Is A Four Letter Word (Alternative Mix); Manhunt (Alternative Mix); Dialogue; Get Carter (Alternative Mix); Getting’ Nowhere In A Hurry (Alternative Vocal Mix); Hallucinations (Instrumental Mix); How About You; Get Carter (7¨ single version); Get Carter (Dope On A Rope Us Remix); Get Carter (De Few 2 Smoking Barrels Remix); Get Carter (Deadly Avenger Remix); Get Carter (Breakneck Dirtbox Remix) CD3: Mr Funker (M15-FB) (From Foxbat); Way Out M1 (SK 10) (From the Stone Killer); No Doubt (MC-M11) (From the Marseille Contract); Diamond Fortress (From Diamonds); In the Shadows (From the Stone Killer); Jazz It Up (MC-M4) (From the Marseille Contract); Free Tarrant (From the Black Windmill); Cassette Jazz (From the Black Windmill); For All My Days (From Kidnapped); No Cooperation (From the Black Windmill); Teacher and Pupil (From Paper Tiger); Main Theme (From Fear Is the Key); Love at First Sight (Theme from the Warsaw Concerto) (From the Sea Wolves); How Can We Run Away (From Something to Hide); Cresta's Song (From Soldier Blue); Theme from Aunt Harriet; The Carey Treatment (From the Carey Treatment); Versailles Exit; Who Needs Love Anyway.

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Article: Album Review

Roy Budd: Get Carter

Read "Get Carter" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


A classic movie needs a classic soundtrack, and composer and pianist Roy Budd delivered that with his music for Mike Hodges' iconic crime movie, Get Carter (1971). Without the opportunity of working with a grand orchestra, he made the most out of a low budget and tailored the sounds to the raw realism of the movie. ...

Album

Get Carter

Label: Verve Records
Released: 1971


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