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James Lavelle, Mo’Wax Film Soundtrack Featuring DJ Shadow, UNKLE, Dr. Octagon & More

The soundtrack will be released on August 31 to coincide with the film's limited theater release.
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The life of James Lavelle is being chronicled in a new film The Man From Mo’Wax, the title undoubtedly a play on words from the movie and TV show The Man From Uncle, like Lavelle’s group UNKLE. The film’s soundtrack will include songs that have inspired Lavelle over the years and seminal classics from his label Mo’Wax by Dr. Octagon, DJ Shadow, Massive Attack incarnation The Wild Bunch, UNKLE and more.

The film draws on research and exclusive access to Lavelle’s rare/unseen personal video library (as well as DJ Shadow’s). Debut director Matthew Jones has been tasked with chronicling the life of Lavelle, Mo’Wax, UNKLE and its various collaborations and Lavalle’s relationship with DJ Shadow.

The film will be released in selected cinemas nationwide on the 31st August – celebrating the 20th anniversary of Psyence Fiction’s release. The DVD/Blu Ray will be released September 10th with TV streaming TBA.

The soundtrack comes in various forms with different tracklists as you can see below. The vinyl includes official film artwork from Ken Taylor. The CD comes with an exclusive 16-page booklet with photography, artwork and director’s notes. The soundtrack will be released on August 31. Pre-order it here.

Vinyl tracklist:

A 1 Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal & Charles Dutoit — Holst: ‘The Planets, Op.32 - 2. Venus, the Bringer of Peace’ (edit)
A2 Zimbabwe Legit — ‘Doin' Damage in My Native Language’ (Shadow’s legitimate remix)
A3 Marie 'Queenie' Lyons — ‘See and Don't See’
A4 The Wild Bunch — ‘Friends & Countrymen’
A5 RPM — ‘Food of My De-Rhythm’

B1 Hioshi Fujiwara + KUDO featuring DJ MILO— ‘Return of The Original Art Form’ (D.J mix)
B2 La Funk Mob — ‘Ravers Suck Our Sound and Get Fuck’
B3 Attica Blues — ‘Contemplating Jazz’
B4 Dr. Octagon — ‘Blue Flowers’
B5 DJ Krush — ‘Kemuri’

C1 UNKLE — ‘Back and Forth’
C2 DJ Shadow — ‘What Does Your Soul Look Like’ (part 3)
C3 RPM — ‘Flow’
C4 DJ Shadow — ‘Organ Donor’ (extended overhaul)
C5 UNKLE featuring Thom Yorke — ‘Rabbit In Your Headlights’

D1 Blackalicious — ‘Swan Lake’
D2 UNKLE featuring Ian Brown — ‘Reign’
D3 Queens Of The Stone Age — ‘… Like Clockwork’
D4 DJ Shadow — ‘What Does Your Soul Look Like’ (part 1)

CD tracklist:

1 UNKLE — ‘Back and Forth’
2 Zimbabwe Legit — ‘Doin' Damage in My Native Language’ (Shadow’s legitimate remix)
3 Marie 'Queenie' Lyons — ‘See and Don't See’
4 The Wild Bunch — ‘Friends & Countrymen’
5 Hioshi Fujiwara + KUDO featuring DJ MILO— ‘Return of The Original Art Form’ (D.J mix)
6 RPM — ‘Food of My De-Rhythm’
7 Blackalicious — ‘Swan Lake’
8 La Funk Mob — ‘Ravers Suck Our Sound and Get F**k’
9 Attica Blues — ‘Contemplating Jazz’
10 Dr. Octagon — ‘Blue Flowers’
11 DJ Krush — ‘Kemuri’
12 DJ Shadow — ‘Organ Donor’ (extended overhaul)
13 UNKLE featuring Thom Yorke — ‘Rabbit In Your Headlights’
14 Queens Of The Stone Age — ‘… Like Clockwork’
15 UNKLE featuring Ian Brown — ‘Reign’
16 DJ Shadow — ‘What Does Your Soul Look Like’ (part 1)

Download / stream tracklist:

1. Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal & Charles Dutoit — Holst: ‘The Planets, Op.32 - 2. Venus, the Bringer of Peace’ (edit)

2. The Wild Bunch — ‘Friends & Countrymen’

3. Attica Blues — ‘Contemplating Jazz’

4. DJ Krush — ‘Kemuri’

5. DJ Shadow — ‘Organ Donor’ (extended overhaul)

6. UNKLE — ‘Back and Forth’

7. DJ Shadow — ‘What Does Your Soul Look Like’ (part 3)

8. UNKLE featuring Thom Yorke — ‘Rabbit In Your Headlights’

9. UNKLE featuring Ian Brown — ‘Reign’

10. DJ Shadow — ‘What Does Your Soul Look Like’ (part 1)

Includes exclusive 16 page booklet with photography, artwork and director’s notes

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