A teaser trailer for the soundtrack for Filth, the film based on Irvine Welsh’s novel of the same name, has been released.
The 13-track soundtrack will feature a medley of classic 60s and 70s soul and R&B from The Shirelles, Billy Ocean and Clarence Carter.
The release features newer material too: Mercy, a breakout hit for Duffy in 2009, is given a northern soul makeover by The Third Degree that sounds even more rooted in the 60s than the original.
Another cover version of a contemporary classic, Radiohead’s Creep, is handled by the film’s Oscar-nominated composer Clint Mansell and vocalist Coco Sumner.
Welsh crooner Tom Jones and David Soul - better known to some as one-half of Starsky and Hutch - contribute to the release with Dr Love and Silver Lady, respectively.
A Wilson Pickett cover of Steppenwolf’s Born To Be Wild, perhaps the only song that signposts the persona of Bruce Robertson, the film’s lead character and anti-hero (that said, you could make the same case for Creep), will also appears on the release.
Mansell, who was twice nominated for an Academy Award for his work on A Requiem For A Dream and Black Swan (incidentally both directed by Darren Aronofsky) will take charge of the film’s original music.
The full tracklist of the soundtrack, scheduled for release on 23 September, is below.
Filth, directed by Jon S Baird and starring James McAvoy, Jamie Bell, Jim Broadbent and Imogen Poots, will be on the big screens in Scotland from 27 September.
Robbo’s Theme - Clint Mansell
Bruce’s Intro (Dialogue Excerpt from Filth) - James McAvoy
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow - The Shirelles
Love Really Hurts Without You - Billy Ocean
Silver Lady - David Soul
It’s All Over Me - Otis Blackwell
Born To Be Wild - Wilson Pickett
Dr. Rossi (Dialogue Excerpt from Filth) - Jim Broadbent
Supermarket Emptiness - Clint Mansell
Creep - Clint Mansell & Coco Sumner
Dr Love - Tom Jones
Mercy - The Third Degree
Backdoor Santa - Clarence Carter