Suicide Squad / O.S.T. (Ogv) - Suicide Squad / O.S.T. [180 Gram] | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Folsom Prison Blues (Live at Folsom State Prison Folsomca - January 1968)" - Johnny Cash
2. People Who Died - the Jim Carroll Band
3. Sucker's Prayer - the Decemberists
4. Samba Na Sola - Céu
5. Whistle for the Choir - the Fratellis
6. Point of Know Return - Kansas
7. Sola - Jessie Reyez
8. Just a Gigolo / I Ain't Got Nobody (And Nobody Cares for Me) - Medley - Louis Prima
9. Can't Sleep - K. Flay
10. Quem Tem Joga (Feat. Gloria Groove ; Karol Conka) - Drik Barbosa
11. Rain - Grandson ; Jessie Reyez
12. Hey - Pixies
13. So Busted - Culture Abuse
14. Oh No!!! - Grandson

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Mondo, in conjunction with Troll Court / WaterTower Music, is proud to present the premiere vinyl pressing of the latest mix-tape masterpiece curated by writer/director James Gunn... The soundtrack for his superhero action-adventure film THE SUICIDE SQUAD."A movie to me is two things," Gunn says, "Picture and sound. It's how you put those two things together that help tell a story and hopefully move an audience. So, music is incredibly important!" THE SUICIDE SQUAD (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), which Gunn calls his 'curated mix tape' matches the energy of a story about a collection of the most degenerate delinquents in the DC lineup, featuring everything from 50's swing (Louis Prima's 'Just A Gigolo / I Ain't Got Nobody (And Nobody Cares For Me) - Medley') to 80's punk rock (Jim Carroll Band's 'People Who Died') to modern Samba Pop and Brazillian Hip-Hop (Ceú's 'Samba Na Sola' and Drik Barbosa's 'Quem Tem Joga' respectively), alongside classics by Kansas, Pixies and Johnny Cash, alongside a handful of today's rising stars like grandson and Jessie Reyez; in addition to their own songs, the latter two even perform the duet "Rain" which was written specifically for the film. Combined, you have the next best thing to a curated playlist from the master of mix-tapes.