Soundtracks includes full Bowie albums, as well as soundtracks with that include just one (not necessarily exclusive) track; this section covers Shrek 2 (2004) to Marock (2005). Only the songs featuring Bowie are listed.
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(Dreamworks/Geffen 0602495623831), June 2004 (US)
Changes (Butterfly Boucher featuring David Bowie).
Other artists on this soundtrack include Counting Crows, Tom Waits and Eels. There are two samplers featuring 'Changes': a 3-track EU promo (Dreamworks/Geffen SHREK2CDP1; second) and a 7-track Italian promo (Universal 5002843; bottom).
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(Minos EMI 724357123525), June 2004 (Greece)
Wild Is The Wind.
This soundtrack to a Greek TV show also includes Suede, Oasis and Radiohead.
|Land Of Plenty
(Sony 518921 2), October 2004 (EC)
Looking For Water.
Contains no less than by seven tracks by Thom & Nackt, but also artists such as Leonard Cohen and Travis.
|The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou
(Hollywood 2061 162494 2), December 2004 (US)
Life On Mars/Queen Bitch.
Besides the originals by Bowie above, this soundtrack also contains covers of Starman/Rebel Rebel/Rock 'N' Roll Suicide/Life On Mars/Five Years by Seu Jorge.
|Lords Of Dogtown
(Geffen B000455602), July 2005 (US)
Also features e.g. Black Sabbath, Iggy Pop and T. Rex.
(ABC Classics 476 7626), July 2005 (Australia)
We Are The Dead.
Other artists include Joy Division, Elvis Presley and Chat Baker.
(Epic/Sony EK 94475), July 2005 (US)
(She Can) Do That.
An exclusive track for this soundtrack by David Bowie and BT. Also has contributions from Incubus and Sly & The Family Stone.
(EMI 338 6012), August 2005 (UK)
Fans of 80's music should look no further, as this soundtrack almost exclusively contains hits from Duran Duran, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Simple Minds, etc.
(EMI America 343 3472), October 2005 (US)
Soundtrack from the TV series hosted by Gene Simmons from Kiss. Contains oldies such as Queen and Deep Purple, but also bands like The Darkness and Placebo.
(EMI America 341 1952), October 2005 (US)
The Prettiest Star.
'The Prettiest Star' is the original version from 1970. This soundtrack also includes tracks by Kirsty MacColl and James Brown, as well as Nina Simone's version of 'Wild Is The Wind'.
|Manderlay And Dogville
(Milan 301 721-4), November 2005 (France)
The rest of this soundtrack consists of music arranged by Joachim Holbek and performed by The English Concert Orchestra.