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|1. Six Feet Under Title Theme - Thomas Newman|
|2. Heaven - Lamb|
|3. Deep Down & Dirty - Stereo MC's|
|4. I Love Being Here With You - Peggy Lee|
|5. One Time Too Many - PJ Harvey|
|6. Squares - The Beta Band|
|7. Distractions - Zero 7|
|8. Inspiration Information - Shuggie Otis|
|9. Pure & Easy - The Dining Rooms|
|10. Let's Go Out Tonight - Craig Armstrong|
|11. Spooky - Classics IV|
|12. Bohemian Like You - The Dandy Warhols|
|13. Mis Dos Pequenas - Orlando Cachaito Lopez|
|14. Waiting (Tom Lord - Alge Remix)|
|15. Six Feet Under Title Theme (Rae & Christian Remix) - Thomas Newman|
|16. Six Feet Under Title Theme (Photek Remix) - Thomas Newman|
The soundtrack is superb. It blends together a excellent selection of music from the almost orchestral theme music, (track one) to the haunting and thought provoking music of Lamb, (track 2), all the way through to the modern and uplifting Dandy Warhols, Bohemian Like you.
Add to this some latin american, modern rock and the classic Peggy Lee and you have a winner. I can only suggest that you buy this today...if not sooner!!
The moody and haunting themes of the show are reflected (mostly) in this OST. It is nice to come across a CD which has a good number of tracks that I like. I didn't buy the CD because of the artists or the tracks, only because of the TV program. Truth be told, I could only identify one track on the back (I'm rubbish at remembering songs by name!).
On listening to the CD, I have been introduced to several artists, wich as Lamb, PJ Harvey (already knew of her, she's a legend), and The Devlins, who put themselves across very well.
There are a couple of tracks that seem slightly at-odds with the overall theme of the show and the CD, such as Peggy Lee and the Dandy Warhols - which seem far too happy-sounding and up-beat for this sombre disc.
Overall though, it's a good CD, and I'm glad I bought it.