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Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World [10th Anniversary Ed.] Score - Various Artists [Colored Vinyl 2LP]

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Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World [10th Anniversary Ed.] Score

2020 marks the 10th anniversary of the theatrical release of Universal Pictures' Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. The film adaptation by director Edgar Wright (Hot Fuzz, Baby Driver) of Bryan Lee O'Malley's graphic novel series stars Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Kieran Culkin and has since become a cult classic due in no small part to the use of music in its storytelling. The soundtrack album and score were originally released in 2010 by ABKCO Records. This serves as the first time ever that producer Nigel Godrich's (Radiohead, Beck, Paul McCartney, U2) original motion picture score will get a vinyl release, available here as a colored 2LP-set.

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World finds Cera's character smitten by Ramona Flowers (Winstead) and having to battle her seven evil exes who are out to kill him. Interwoven into the plot is a plethora of fictitious music groups acting out the performances of original compositions by real recording artists. Under the direction of Godrich, Beck provided the music for Scott's low-fi garage band Sex Bob-Omb, Canadian synth-rockers Metric did the same for The Clash at Demonhead (fronted by Brie Larson), Broken Social Scene wrote and recorded for Crash and the Boys, and faux DJ duo Katayanagi Twins were brought to life by Cornelius. In some cases, the finished songs incorporate actual vocal and instrumental contributions from the actors who appear in the film.

Wright and Godrich worked together for a two-year period, during which they essentially cast ultimate fantasy bands and got non-musician actors to learn their respective instruments with the aid of Chris Murphy from the band Sloan. The original soundtrack, which went to No. 2 on the Billboard soundtrack chart, also includes songs by Frank Black, Beachwood Sparks, Black Lips, T. Rex, Blood Red Shoes, The Rolling Stones and The Bluetones. Wright waxes nostalgic about the music of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: It's been ten years since Scott Pilgrim first made it to the big screen and I think the fact that it's become so enshrined in the consciousness of so many for so long is due, in no small part, to the fact that the action was so music-driven. The Scott Pilgrim soundtrack and the score have played a huge role in making this an enduring phenomenon.


  1. Universal Theme
  2. Hillcrest Park
  3. Fight!
  4. Slick (Patel's Song) – Dan the Automator
  5. Love Me Some Walking
  6. Talk To The Fist
  7. Rumble
  8. Feel The Wrath
  9. The Grind
  10. Hello Envy
  11. Mystery Attacker
  12. Second Cup
  13. The Vegan
  14. Bass Battle – Nigel Godrich/Jason Falkner/Justin Meldal-Johnsen
  15. Sorry I Guess
  16. Roxy


  1. The Ninth Circle
  2. Katanayagi Twins Vs Sex Bob-Omb – Beck & Cornelius
  3. This Fight Is Over
  4. Giedon Calling
  5. Level 7
  6. Welcome To Chaos Theatre
  7. We Are Sex Bob-Omb (Fast) – Beck/Nigel Godrich
  8. Fast Entrance Into Hell
  9. Chau Down
  10. Game Over
  11. So Alone
  12. Round 2
  13. Death To All Hipsters – Nigel Godrich & Beck
  14. A Different Guy
  15. Boss Battle
  16. Blowing Up Right Now
  17. Aftermath
  18. Bye and Stuff
  19. Love – Osymyso
  20. Ramona – Osymyso
  21. Prepare – Osymyso
  22. Ninja Ninja Revolution – Dan the Automator
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