Friday, June 9, 2017

New Soundtracks: AMERICAN GODS (Brian Reitzell)

Brian Reitzell

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Milan Records

Purchasing Links:
CD, MP3, iTunes

Release Date
June 9, 2017

Find more about the soundtrack (previews, track list) after the jump.

American Gods Series Image

Product Description: American Gods is an American television series developed by Bryan Fuller and Michael Green for Starz, based on the novel of the same name by author Neil Gaiman. The series focuses on Shadow Moon, a man serving three years in prison. With only days remaining in his sentence, Shadow is given an unexpected early release after a personal tragedy. Shadow finds himself next to a man named Wednesday, who offers Shadow a job. Wednesday appears to be nothing but a con artist who needs Shadow as a bodyguard, but is in fact a deity. Wednesday is making his way across America, gathering all the old gods, who have now incorporated themselves into American life, to confront the New Gods, including Media and Technology, who grow stronger. The score to American Gods was composed by Brian Reitzell (Lost in Translation, Hannibal). As eclectic and mercurial as the beloved subject matter of the series, the music is a perfect companion to the visuals on screen yet stands tall in its own right. Original songs written for the series and sung by Mark Lanegan and others also included.


1. Main Title Theme (1:32)

2. St. James Infirmary (feat. Mark Lanegan) (2:37)

3. Bilquis' Orgy (3:53)

4. Tehran 1979 (feat. Debbie Harry & Shirley Manson) (4:06)

5. Shopping (4:16)

6. Out of Time (5:31)

7. Gumball (1:33)

8. Bilquis Gets to Work (4:44)

9. Vulcan (1:03)

10. I Put a Spell on You (feat. Mark Lanegan) (4:04)

11. Laura's Affair (4:16)

12. Queen Of The Bored (feat. Shirley Manson) (2:21)

13. Salim Waits (2:41)

14. Salim and Jinn (7:30)

15. Media Bowie (2:44)

16. Nunnyunnini (4:22)

17. Wednesday Heals Shadow (3:07)

18. Essie Accused (3:38)

19. They're Here Finale (11:18)

American Gods Series Soundtrack Brian Reitzell


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