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Between its controversial casting and a largely frowned-upon remix of its theme song by Steve Aoki, the reboot of Ghost in the Shell has largely been making headlines for lower than rave-worthy causes forward of its March 31 launch.
However the remake of the 1995 Japanese animated sci-fi basic has engendered a bit extra goodwill with the disclosing of an accompanying soundtrack, Music Impressed by the Movement Image Ghost within the Shell. Whereas it is led by Aoki’s bass-loaded remix of Kenji Kawai’s “Utai IV Reawakening,” others who’ve contributed to the mission embody Boys Noize, DJ Shadow, Nils Frahm, Gary Numan, Above & Past, and Difficult.
Forward of the soundtrack’s launch (additionally on March 31) through Paramount Photos and Kobalt, they’ve shared Difficult’s monitor, “Escape,” in full with a music video. Skulking forth with sluggish and regular percussion, it completely captures the unique movie’s tense, futuristic really feel. Take heed to it under.
Music Impressed by the Movement Image Ghost within the Shell tracklisting:
01 Kenji Kawai: “Utai IV Reawakening” (Steve Aoki Remix)
02 Johnny Jewel: “The Hacker”
03 Boys Noize: “Cathryn’s Peak”
04 DJ Shadow: “Scars”
05 Above & Past: “Surge”
06 IO Echo: “Aokigahara Forest”
07 Difficult: “Escape”
08 Ki: Concept: “Get pleasure from The Silence”
09 Johnny Jewel: “Free Fall”
10 Gary Numan: “Mattress of Thorns”
11 Johnny Jewel: “The Key”
12 Kenji Kawai: “Utai IV Reawakening”