Monday, April 29, 2013

#Giveaway NCIS: Los Angeles, The Original TV Soundtrack #music

NCIS Soundtrack

Are you a fan of NCIS?  Even if you aren't and are just a fan of great music, you might want to check out the soundtrack NCIS: Los Angeles.  This is a great mix of music from various artists.  The wide array of music includes dance, jazz, rap, electronica, garage and soul.

This soundtrack features unreleased tracks from favorite artist such as Daughtry, Allen Stone, Taio Cruz,and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. It also boasts great tracks from Jakob Dylan, LL Cool J, Caro Emerald, and current "it" band Little Dragon. Producer Mark Wike explains “This soundtrack album encapsulates the myriad musical pulses that flow through the City of Angels. From the folky canyons, down through the night clubs of Hollywood, to the urban sprawl, it has it all.”

1. Never Die (Daughtry)*
2. Wine & Vinegar (The Wild Feathers)*

3. Lipstick On His Collar (Caro Emerald)

4. No More (LL COOL J feat. Ne-Yo)
5. Shotcaller (Taio Cruz)*

6. Alive (Adrian Lux feat. The Good Natured)

7. Everythang’s Corrupt (Ice Cube)

8. Mama Gonna Punish You (Allen Stone)*

9. Devil In The Back Seat (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club)*

10. Lonesome Valley (Ryan Bingham)*

11. Shuffle A Dream (Little Dragon)

12. Where Is The Heart? (Alex Clare)*

13. Arms Of A Ghost (Jakob Dylan)

14. Misery (The Gaslight Anthem) *

15. Your Next Move (Zac Brennan)
16. Kerosene (Jim Hanft)
* previously unreleased in North America

I love listening to Lipstick on His Collar by Caro Emerald, who has been deemed the Dutch Adele.  Another favorite of mine is Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's Devil in the Backseat.  It really reminds me of something I would have heard at the club I hung out at in college.  And Ryan Binghams's Lonesome Valley is really mellow and touching.  Overall, this is a great, interesting mix of music that really has feeling.




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Disclosure:  I received a copy of this CD to facilitate this review.  I did not recieve any compensation and as always, this review contains my honest opinion.


Victoria Zumbrum said...

I love country mostly but I do listen to other genres.

francis485 said...

i like classic rock to oldies, i like a couple hip hop songs that are new

Carolyn Colley said...

Country first, but I like lots of others too

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