|1. The Ground Beneath Her Feet - Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois, Richard Rainey, Tim Palmer, U2|
|2. Never Let Me Go - Bono, Hal Willner, Daniel Lanois, The MDH Band, Eric Liljestrand|
|3. Stateless - Daniel Lanois, U2, Brian Eno, Mark Howard, Eric Liljestrand, Richard Rainey|
|4. Satellite Of Love - Bono, Milla Jovovich, Hal Willner, The MDH Band, Eric Liljestrand|
|5. Falling At Your Feet - Bono, Daniel Lanois, Hal Willner, Eric Liljestrand|
|6. Tom Tom's Dream - Eric Liljestrand, Hal Willner, The MDH Band|
|7. The First Time - The Edge, U2, Flood, Brian Eno, Willie Mannion|
|8. Bathtub - Eric Liljestrand, Hal Willner, The MDH Band|
|9. The First Time (Reprise) - Hal Willner, The MDH Band, Daniel Lanois, Eric Liljestrand|
|10. Tom Tom's Room - Brad Mehldau, Eric Liljestrand, Hal Willner, Bill Frisell|
|11. Funny Face - Eric Liljestrand, Hal Willner, The MDH Band|
|12. Dancin' Shoes - Bono, Hal Willner, Daniel Lanois, The MDH Band, Eric Liljestrand|
|13. Amsterdam Blue (Cortege) - Gregg Arreguin, Jamie Muhob, Jon Hassell, Pete Scaturro|
|14. Satellite Of Love - Hal Willner, The MDH Band, Daniel Lanois, Eric Liljestrand, Bill Frisell, Greg Cohen|
|15. Satellite Of Love - Danny Saber, Milla Jovovich, Jon Hassel|
|16. Anarchy In The Usa - Eric Liljestrand, Hal Willner, The MDH Band, Tito Larriva|
U2 were rebuilding themselves at the time that 'TMDH' was released and this work-in-process is present in the song 'Stateless' a disctinctly relaxed U2 song which fits perfectly into the narrative of the film. 'The Ground Beneath Her Feet' is another collaboration, this time with writer Salman Rushdie, but a much fuller song which works to a crescendo which make the hairs on the back of many necks stand on end.
This soundtrack, unlike many, avoids dubious filler. The three versions of 'Satellite of Love' are all distinct enough to not feel intransient. Other shorter instrumental tracks, like the reprise to U2 classic 'The First Time', reflect the lethargic atmosphere of the film. This is a great album to lie back and zone out to. The closing track, a Spanish language (I think) cover of The Sex Pistols is the final of innumerous intertextual touches.
If you have not already got the film, then get a hold of it. If you have the film or have seen it, then this album is a must-buy.
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