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Soundtrack detailed for Phoenix inspired Coppola film

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    It has now been nearly a year since we began simmering over the Phoenix-inspired Sofia Coppola film, Somewhere. Since then, the French indie rockers conquered the festival circuit, dominated pop-culture with singles from Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, and singer Thomas Mars’ fathered he and Coppola’s second child, Cosima. Now, just weeks before the delivery of Somewhere at the Venice Film Festival, Italian Distributors of the film have finally detailed the soundtrack in question.

    Not surprisingly, Phoenix’s “Love Like a Sunset” — the song which served as the film’s inspiration — has a heavy presence on the effort. Parts I and II act as bookends on the 16-song soundtrack, which also features music from Foo Fighters, The Police, Bryan Ferry, Gwen Stephani, Kiss, and Lost in Translation contributor William Storkson. Plus, The Strokes/Julian Casablancas demo “I’ll Try Anything Once” is included, and can be heard in the trailer below.

    Phoenix will not be debuting any new songs on the soundtrack, and though the band previously noted that they would contribute “very small… very minimal pieces of music,” there’s no word on where or how it’s included. Either way, we’ll find out when Somewhere hits theaters on December 22nd.

    Somewhere Soundtrack Tracklist:
    01. Phoenix – Love Like a Sunset Part I
    02. William Storkson – Ghandi Fix
    03. Foo Fighters – My Hero
    04. The Police – So Lonely
    05. Amerie – 1 Thing
    06. T. Rex – 20th Century Boy
    07. Gwen Stefani – Cool
    08. Paolo Jannacci – Che si fa
    09. Gwen Stefani – Cool
    10. Romulo – Teddy Bear
    11. Kiss – Love Theme From Kiss
    12. The Strokes – I’ll Try Anything Once
    13. Sebastian Tellier – Look
    14. Bryan Ferry – Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
    15. William Storkson – Massage Music
    16. Phoenix – Love Like A Sunset Part II

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