Soundtracks includes full Bowie albums, as well as soundtracks with that include just one (not necessarily exclusive) track; this section covers Life On Mars (2007) to Ninja Assassin (2009). Only the songs featuring Bowie are listed.
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|Life On Mars
(Sony/BMG 88697065872), February 2007 (UK)
Life On Mars.
Soundtrack to the BBC series of the same name. Other artists include Roxy Music, Mott The Hoople and Nina Simone.
|Run Fatboy Run
(Universal 5301950), September 2007 (UK)
Other artists on this soundtrack are Kaiser Chiefs, Amy Winehouse and Bing Crosby.
|Kurt Cobain: About A Son
(Barsuk BARK68), September 2007 (US)
The Man Who Sold The World.
Features Creedence Clearwater Revival, Iggy Pop, REM and others.
|We Own The Night
(Lakeshore LKS 33950), October 2007 (US)
Includes Blondie, The Specials and the original score by Wojciech Kilar.
|The Heartbreak Kid
(Capitol Records 08674), October 2007 (US)
Ashes To Ashes/Suffragette City.
Also features a/o The Flaming Lips and World Party.
(Warner Brothers 5144244782), October 2007 (EC)
The inclusion of 'Warszawa' is a logical one, as Warsaw was an early name for Ian Curtis's band. Besides several Joy Division tracks, this soundtrack also features New Order, Kraftwerk and Iggy Pop. The US edition (Rhino R2 333372) has slightly different artwork.
|Одна Любовь На Миллион
(Снегири СНГ 031-2), 2007 (Russia)
The Bird Diverts The Wolf.
A rather desparate attempt to get Bowie's name on the cover, as this soundtrack includes just a two-minute fragment from David's narration of Peter And The Wolf.
(NBC 70013), March 2008 (US)
Soundtrack to the NBC series of the same name. Other artists include Wendy & Lisa, The Jesus And Mary Chain and Bob Dylan.
|Ashes To Ashes
(Sony/BMG 88697290762), March 2008 (UK)
Ashes To Ashes.
A sequel to the Life On Mars drama series. This title from the first series also features a/o The Human League, Duran Duran and The Stranglers.
|Flashbacks Of A Fool
(Pale Blue PB015CD), April 2008 (UK)
It Ain't Easy/The Jean Genie.
The front cover explicitly mentions "Featuring music by Roxy Music, David Bowie and Scott Walker".
|What We Do Is Secret
(Lakeshore LAKO 34033), September 2008 (US)
Five Years/Rock 'N' Roll Suicide.
Most tracks are by The Germs but the album opens and closes with two familiar songs...
(Decca B001230902), November 2008 (US)
Includes Sly & The Family Stone, Sylvester and the original score by Danny Elfman.
|The Boat That Rocked/Pirate Radio
(Mercury 2701298), March 2009 (EC)
A 2CD set with predominantly of 60s hits, such as those from Jimi Hendrix, The Who and The Kinks. The US edition (Mercury 848056) was reissued in November 2009 as Pirate Radio (Republic B0013630-02; bottom).
|Ashes To Ashes (Series 2)
(Sony 88697524832), April 2009 (UK)
Also features Duran Duran, The Specials and New Order.
|What Goes Up
(Amherst AMH-6605-2), July 2009 (US)
Other artists include Hillary Duff, The Innocent Bystanders and Roddy Buttom.
(Hollywood 6855282), August 2009 (US)
Bowie does a cameo in the film and is featured on the soundtrack among artists such as Nick Drake, Nico and Wilco.
(A Band Apart/Warner Bros 9362-49744-4), August 2009 (EC)
Features the single edit of the original soundtrack version of 'Cat People', among other artists such as Billy Preston and Ennio Morricone. An exclusive 'Cat People' 7" single (A Band Apart/Warner Bros W818) b/w Nick Perito's 'The Green Leaves Of Summer' was distributed only through HMV.