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Shade soundtrack

Shade (2004)
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: none
Label: Intrada Special Collection
Label number: ISE1002
Running time: 49m37s
Shipping date: October 15th, 2004
Original score by Christopher Young
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Shade [3:29]
2. Wisdom in Pain [3:44]
3. Twin Turban Testimony [2:58]
4. I Could Have Jumped [2:50]
5. The Booze Buzz [5:45]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
Bullet's Grip - Idle Americans
Libertango - Grace Jones
Licentious - Golden Ratio
My Lucky Day - Broken Toyz
Stormy Weather - The Magnificent Men

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Additional soundtrack info
Limited edition of 1000 copies.

Soundtrack Q & A
Q: I just watched the opening of the movie "Shade" on Spike TV and thoght I heard "Stormy Weather" as performed by a group from Harrisburg/York from the 1960's named The Magnificent Men. Was that who did the opening number? Sure sounded like Buddy King on lead vocals. (from Mag Man in York, PA)
A: I don't have the end credits on hand, but some research indicates that yes, The Magnificent Men did perform the "Stormy Weather" number. (thanks to Stalloner, NYadd more info

Q: I'm having trouble finding out the name of the song that is played at the end of the movie when Vernon is walking off and the credits roll. I know the vocals are done by a woman, but I don't know by who - please help! (from Vala in New Jersey)
A: Vala, I ask the same question! However, I want to know the song that was substituted in that spot on the foreign version of the movie. It was a funky little number with lyrics referring to "Lady Luck." It was sassy and up-tempo. Have you heard any information on either song? Thanks. (thanks to Todd, El Paso, TX USAadd more info
A: Searching for the same thing here, but song does not appear to exist anywhere... It's in the credits, however as "Bullets' Grip" by Idle Americans. (thanks to bbaz, Atlantaadd more info
A: Vala, the version of this song, that I know, is "Libertango" by Grace Jones. (thanks to Rosie, Bricktown, NJ, USAadd more info
A: Well, the woman singing is not Grace Jones, that's for sure. I have listened to hundreds of songs on iTunes and Napster trying to find the name and artist of the song at the end of the movie. It has a bongo latin beat, with a woman singing. If anyone finds out the name and artist, please post. (thanks to Jere , Charleston, SCadd more info
A: So everyone will know that the discussion is about, here is a link to the song in question. I just cannot find it published anywhere. Jere in Charleston. (thanks to Jere F Pugh, Charleston, scadd more info
A: The original of the song at the end of the film Shade is "Ever Since the World Began" performed by Survivor. If I'm not mistaken, it's from the 80s -- early 80s, like 1981 or 1982, if my memory serves me right. (thanks to Ella, The Netherlandsadd more info

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