The original soundtrack bagged two Grammy nominations
Edgar Wright has announced a sequel to his ‘Baby Driver’ soundtrack that will feature new tracks, remixes, and its previously unreleased score.
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‘Baby Driver’ received many plaudits for its acclaimed soundtrack – featuring the likes of Queen, Beck, The Beach Boys and Blur, as well as T-Rex’s classic single ‘Debora’. It also received two Grammy nominations.
The soundtrack sequel, Baby Driver Volume 2: The Score For a Score, will feature Danger Mouse, Big Boi, and Run the Jewels’ Grammy-nominated ‘Chase Me’ as well as cuts from The Foundations, Boards of Canada, Sky Ferreira, and The Steve Miller Band.
Vinnie Maniscalco’s ‘TaKillYa (Baby Driver Mix)’ and Kid Koala’s ‘Deborah’ will also exclusively feature on this collection, as well as selections from Steven Price’s unreleased score.
It’s set for release on April 13th via Danger Mouse’s 30th Century Records. See the album artwork and full tracklist below.
Baby Drive Volume 2: The Score For A Score Tracklist:
01. Robbery Arrival – Steven Price
02. Chase Me – Danger Mouse Feat. Run the Jewels and Big Boi
03. Secondo Intermezzino Pop – Ennio Morricone
04. Candy From Baby / What’s In There Is Ours – Steven Price
05. Harlem Shuffle – The Foundations
06. Sunset That Ride – Steven Price
07. You’re back! – Lily James & Ansel Elgort
08. Baby I’m Yours – Barbara Lewis
09 Cry Baby Cry – Unloved
10. Keep Driving and Never Stop – Steven Price
11. Threshold – The Steve Miller Band
12. Nowhere to Run (Baby Driver Mix) – Boga
13. TaKillYa (Baby Driver Mix) – Vinnie Maniscalco
01. Run the Jewels – Run the Jewels
02. Bananas – Steven Price
03. Ready Let’s Go – Boards of Canada
04. Dumb-Ass Excuse – Steven Price
05. Debora – Kid Koala
06. What did you do? – Jon Hamm & Ansel Elgort
07. Hocus Pocus (Baby Driver Mix) – Focus
08. My name is Joseph – Ansel Elgort
09. New Orleans Instrumental No 1 – R.E.M
10. Lucky Charm – Steven Price
11. Run – Steven Price
12. Easy (Baby Driver Mix) – Sky Ferreira
13. Postcards from Debora – Steven Price
14. Killer Track – Jon Hamm & Ansel Elgort
15. Blue Song – Mint Royale
You can also watch the video for the Danger Mouse, Run the Jewels collaboration ‘Chase Me’ below.
Last month, Baby Driver was announced as the winner of Best Film supported by Zig-Zag at the VO5 NME Awards 2018.
As he accepted the award via video message, Edgar Wright wielded a banana and explained how the inspiration for the film had initially come to him at a tube station.
The video also featured an unlikely cameo from Beck, who appeared in the background.