Now this is a turnup for the books. I actually bought this one. In fact, it's the first full-price album I've bought in about 4 years. I saw the film then bought the album the next day. Brilliant stuff. OK, quickly put, Strange Fruit are a fictional band who were huge in the 70s. Sort of Mott The Hoople meets Black Sabbath. They split up on stage at an open air festival and they decide to reform for a 20th anniversary show. As well as songs from the band, the album also features a couple of solo efforts and some instrumental themes. The mix is excellent, from ballads to classic rock numbers. The writers have done such a good job that to a larger extent you just think you've heard these songs before. It's convincing as a "greatest hits" album rather than as a soundtrack. If you enjoyed the music in the film, or are a fan of music from that era, then I can't recommend the album highly enough. Great stuff.