Soundtracks includes full Bowie albums, as well as soundtracks with that include just one (not necessarily exclusive) track; this section covers Stigmata (1999) to Raising Helen (2004). Only the songs featuring Bowie are listed.



Stigmata Stigmata
(Virgin 7243 8 47753 2 2), August 1999 (US)

The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell.

This version of 'The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell' is different from the one that appeared one month later on hours... The original score was composed by Billy Corgan and Mike Garson; other artists include Björk, Massive Attack and Natalie Imbruglia.

Next Friday Next Friday - Old School
(Priority 7243 52508 3 2), March 2000 (US)

Fame.

Another album released after the success of the original soundtrack, Next Friday. Bowie's 'Fame' is slightly out of place between artists such as The Gap Band, Rufus feat. Chaka Khan and Hot Chocolate.

American PsychoAmerican Psycho American Psycho
(Koch Records KOC-CD-8164), April 2000 (US)

Something In The Air (American Psycho Remix).

Other artists include The Cure, New Order and M/A/R/R/S. All copies in the channel were recalled shortly before the official release date, because of apparent "copyright" problems to one song—the Huey Lewis 'Hip To Be Square', which on the original version was the final song on the album. The withdrawn release had catalogue number KOC-CD-8077.

A French sampler (bottom), remixed by DJ LBR, contains a 2'24" excerpt of 'Something In The Air'.

Filth And The Fury The Filth And The Fury
(Virgin CDVD2909), May 2000 (UK)

The Jean Genie.

A 2CD mainly filled with Sex Pistols and other punk tracks.

Almost Famous Almost Famous
(Dreamworks 50279), September 2000 (US)

Waiting For The Man (live).

Taken from Santa Monica '72. Other artists include Simon and Garfunkel, The Who and Led Zeppelin.

Tinsel Town Tinsel Town
(BBC Music WMSF 6030-2), September 2000 (UK)

Oh! You Pretty Things.

A 2CD with an eclectic mix of artists, including Chemical Brothers, Underworld and Manic Street Preachers.

IntimitéIntimacy Intimité
(Virgin 7243 8100582 8), March 2001 (France)

Candidate/The Motel.

Features a unique 2'57" mix of 'Candidate' (from Diamond Dogs) that fades at the point where it would normally run into 'Sweet Thing (Reprise)'. Among the other artists on this soundtrack are Tindersticks, Nick Cave and The Clash. The German edition uses different artwork (bottom) and is titled Intimacy. A French 5-track promo CD-single featured Bowie's The Motel.

Moulin RougeMoulin RougeMoulin Rouge Moulin Rouge
(Twentieth Century Fox/Interscope 06949 3035 2), May 2001 (US)

Nature Boy/Nature Boy (with Massive Attack).

Bowie's version of 'Nature Boy' bookends this soundtrack; the closing version is a cooperation with Massive Attack. Features contributions from musicians such as Fatboy Slim, Bono and Beck (covering 'Diamond Dogs'), as well as tracks sung by the actors (including 'Elephant Love Medley' by Nicole Kidman and Evan McGregor, containing excerpts from 'Heroes').

The Australian release had a bonus track in the form of a Josh G. Abrahams Mix of 'Come What May' (by Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor). In an attempt to capitalise on the success the single 'Lady Marmalade' (by Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mya and Pink), a second edition (middle) was released with the Thunderpuss Radio Mix of that song added as a bonus.

A French 6-track sampler (bottom) contains 0'45" excerpts of both 'Nature Boy' and Beck's version of 'Diamond Dogs'.

Memento Memento
(Thrive 5124-90520-2), May 2001 (US)

Something In The Air.

This soundtrack closes with the hours... version of 'Something In The Air'. Also features tracks by Roni Size, Radiohead and Björk.

A Knight's Tale A Knight's Tale
(Columbia 2-503096), May 2001 (US)

Golden Years.

The tracklisting includes artists such as Queen with Robbie Williams, Thin Lizzy and Heart. A German 3-track promo CD-single featured 'Golden Years'. The version of 'Golden Years' used in the film itself is a short remixed version with additional percussion.

Training Day Training Day Editions on vinyl
(Priority 7243 8 11278 2 7), September 2001 (US)

American Dream.

This track, featuring lines from 'This Is Not America', is credited to P. Diddy and the Bad Boy Family featuring David Bowie. Among the other artists on the soundtrack are Nelly, Dr. Dre and DJ Quik co-starring Mimi, and Cypress Hill featuring Kokane.

Sweet Home Alabama Sweet Home Alabama
(Hollywood 62364), February 2002 (US)

Fame 90.

Bowie is featured alongside artists like Go West, Robert Palmer and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Mr. Deeds Mr. Deeds
(RCA 07863 68118), June 2002 (US)

Space Oddity.

Other artists include Travis, U2 and Weezer.

Moonlight MileMoonlight Mile Moonlight Mile
(Epic/Sony EK 86874), September 2002 (US)

Sweet Head.

Besides Bowie, this soundtrack contains artists such as Sly & The Family Stone, Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan. The Japanese edition (Sony EICP-216) comes with different artwork.

Charlie's Angels Charlie's Angels - Full Throttle
(Columbia/Sony CK 90132), June 2003 (US)

Rebel Rebel.

Features a 2003 re-recording of 'Rebel Rebel'. Other artists include Nickelback, Beach Boys and Donna Summer.

Underworld Underworld
(Lakeshore LKS 33781), September 2003 (US)

Bring Me The Disco King (Loner Mix).

This excellent reworking of the Reality track features Maynard James Keenan and John Frusciante. Also included are Skinny Puppy, A Perfect Circle and recent Bowie collaborators Page Hamilton and Lisa Germano.

Mayor Of The Sunset StripMayor Of The Sunset Strip Mayor Of The Sunset Strip
(Shout! Factory DK 34096), March 2004 (US)

All The Madmen (Live Intro/Original LP Version).

Unfortunately only the first minute of 'All The Madmen' has been taken from a tape of David performing the song live on the acoustic guitar in 1971. A "Soundtrack Sampler" (Caldera, no catalogue number), handed out at premieres, featured different artwork and some tracks that were left off the official release (by Led Zeppelin, No Doubt, Sex Pistols and Blondie).

Raising Helen Raising Helen
(Hollywood 2061 62452 2), May 2004 (US)

Fashion.

Also includes songs by a/o Devo, John Hiatt and Joan Osborne.