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Soundtrack To Creation Records Film Due In May

 

The Upside Down movie, which tells the story of Creation Records, looks set to be one of the essential rock docs of 2011. All the major players who made key records for the label seem to be in the film, which will be released on DVD in early May. There’s also a soundtrack for the movie due out on May 9, which features a head-spinning collection of greatest hits from the label, although there are some notable absentees (why no My Bloody Valentine?). Check out the track listing below, and the trailer for the film above.

 

Disc One:

 

The Jesus And Mary Chain – Upside Down

Oasis – Rock N Roll Star

Primal Scream - Loaded'

Ride – Leave Them All Behind

House of Love – Shine On

BMX Bandits – Serious Drugs

Teenage Fanclub – The Concept

Telescopes – Perfect Needle

Biff Bang Pow – There Must Be A Better Life

Slowdive – Souvlaki Space Station

Slaughter Joe – I'll Follow You Down

Jasmine Minks – Think

The Boo Radleys – Lazarus

Revolving Paint Dream – 'n The Afternoon

Sugar – If I Can’t Change Your Mind

Momus – What Will Death Be Like?

Swervedriver – Son Of Mustang Ford

Super Furry Animals – Something 4 The Weekend

 

Disc Two

 

Oasis – Wonderwall

Ride – Taste

Primal Scream – Swastika Eyes

Swervedriver – Duel

Teenage Fanclub – Mellow Doubt

Biff Bang Pow – It Makes You Scared

Slowdive – Alison

Slaughter Joe – So Out Of Touch

Revolving Paint Dream – Flowers In The Sky

BMX Bandits – I Wanna Fall In Love

House of Love – Destroy The Heart

Jazz Butcher – Girl Go

Telescopes – Flying

The Creation – Creation

Momus – Murders, The Hope Of Woman

Primal Scream – Imperial

The Boo Radleys – Wake Up Boo!

The Jesus And Mary Chain – Some Candy Talking

 

[via NME]

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I would've loved to see a third disc of Creation "also-rans," at least when compared to the bands featured in the doc: the Pastels, Felt, and my personal favorite forgotten shoegaze band, Adorable. MBV is definitely a glaring omission, but still really psyched for this documentary.

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This sounds pretty cool.

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