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Bleed for This Soundtrack CD. Bleed for This Soundtrack

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Bleed for This lyrics

Soundtrack for Movie, 2016

A Small Fantasy

Julia Holter 

Burning Bridges

Willis Earl Beal 

Disintegrating

Willis Earl Beal 

Emotions in Motion

Billy Squier 

Fighting Dele

Julia Holter 

Fighting Duran (Instrumental)

Julia Holter 

Final Round

Julia Holter 

Home Movies

Julia Holter 

Maxim's I

Julia Holter 

Monkey

George Michael 

Not Gonna Fight Again

Julia Holter 

Rock Steady

Bad Company 

Show Me How You Fight

Julia Holter 

Splitting 10's

Julia Holter 

Too Dry to Cry

Willis Earl Beal 

Top Billin

Audio Two 

Vinny Vs. Them

Julia Holter 

Vinny's Triumph

Julia Holter 

Music blog

October, 21st 2016

Bleed for This album description:

Somehow, it seems to us that this film is not so interesting as the real life of the boxer, which has based the motion picture. The film briefly describes his life: he was a starting boxer, he won his first serious title and soon after it, he was in the car accident, which totally blown his mind off – he broke his neck and couldn’t not only fight, as you understand, but even walk. Doctors were skeptical about he will ever walk again, but one of them made a fantastic surgery, which allowed him to feel his body again, and 13 month after the accident, to go on the ring and to hold a victory! Later several wins – and he received the champion’s belt! Isn’t it fantastic? Yes, it is, but the life of this boxer didn’t finish with this fight (as it was in the movie) – he was holding 5 different belts in the middleweight before the retirement and had a great personal challenging result – 50 wins (30 KOs)/10 losses in 60 fights.
The music was considered thoroughly – the official music-maker was Julia Holter, who did the most part of the tracks, though amongst the list of items having lyrics, she is represented poorly. That is because only one or two songs of her authorship are with lyrics, but the rest are emotional underlining for a mood of moments.
The next goes Willis Earl Beal – the rising star, a voice of the streets, a person who literally was a bum but he was an educated man, so he gave birth to many sophisticated pieces (starting with Burning Bridges and Disintegrating, ending with Too Dry to Cry) but still shies to sing in front of the crowd.
The whole thing (as for soundtrack) is mostly experimental, not in the way of the genre of the entire music, but in the touch of souls of their makers – they are young, bald and trying to reach the shiny heights, through constant trying of something new.
Reference: More info on Wikipedia, IMDb


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