Roy Budd (Ogv) (Exp) - Get Carter - O.S.T. [180 Gram] (Exp) | RECORD STORE DAY

Thank you for choosing to buy locally from a record store!

You can explore 3 ways to buy:

Find and visit a Local Record Store and get phone number and directions (call first, there is no guarantee which products may be in stock locally)

Purchase now from a local store that sells online or when available from an indie store on

Purchase digitally now from (which serves local record stores)

Preorder Now

Store Distance Phone Preorder

Find a local store


1. Get Carter Intro
2. Dialogue "Is There a Mr. Carter in the Room?"
3. Main Theme - Carter Takes the Train
4. Dialogue "Do You Know a Man Called Albert Swift?"
5. Looking for Someone
6. Dialogue - the Race Track
7. Something on My Mind
8. Dialogue "Who Killed Frank?"
9. Gettin' Nowhere in a Hurry
10. Dialogue "Tell Me About the Girl"
11. The Girl in the Car
12. Dialogue "I Fancy You"
13. Love Is a Four Letter Word
14. Dialogue "You're Lucky. They Kill As Well"
15. Living Should Be This Way
16. Dialogue "All It Takes Is One Call to the Police"
17. Manhunt
18. Dialogue "Drink Up: Eric"
19. Goodbye Eric + Dialogue
20. Dialogue "I Want You to Listen Very Carefully"
21. Hallucinations
22. Goodbye Carter!
23. Get Carter (Alternative Mix 1)
24. Plaything
25. Dialogue "Stay Away from the Car"
26. Hallucinations (Alternative Vocal Mix)
27. Dialogue "Do You Wanna Go to the Toilet, Albert?"
28. Gettin' Nowhere in a Hurry (Instrumental)
29. Love Is a Four Letter Word (Alternative Mix)
30. Manhunt (Alternative Mix)
31. Dialogue "You're a Big Man"
32. Get Carter (Alternative Mix 2)
33. Gettin' Nowhere in a Hurry (Alternative Vocal Mix)
34. Hallucinations (Instrumental)
35. How About You
36. Get Carter (7" Single Version)

More Info:

This is the soundtrack to Get Carter (1971), the all-time classic British gangster flick starring Michael Caine and directed by Mike Hodges. It became the bridge by which jazz musician Roy Budd successfully expanded his horizons to film music, with a score brimming with moments of his genius. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the film's opening, we drew on the original Japanese (1971) and British (1998) OST releases to put together an expanded edition of the OST - including a bonus disc featuring various different outtakes and bits of dialogue. This is the 3rd installment in Beatball's series of Roy Budd Classic Soundtrack Scores, packed with a jazzy (and groovy) score done in Budd's signature style, as well as key lines of dialogue for you to relive the scenes from the film!