The stoke is high in the TGR office right now. Our new film Almost Ablaze just won IF3's "Film of the Year" in the Pro Division and the new guy, Nick McNutt also won "Rookie of the Year". To celebrate we are dropping the official TGR's Almost Ablaze Soundtrack as a Spotify playlist. Be sure to check out TGR's Almost Ablaze on tour this fall. Enjoy!
Intro to Angel Collinson “Dawn Red” Performed by Etto Green
Angel Collinson “One” Performed by Yamantaka // Sonic Titan
Light Dose (Sage) “Deer-Ree-Shee” Performed by The Black Angels
Jackson Hole “No Sugar In My Coffee” Performed by Caught A Ghost
Tim Durtschi "Say My Name (Featuring Zyra)” Performed by ODESZA
Italy Part 1 “Tumbling Dice” Performed by The Rolling Stones
Italy Part 2 “S4” Performed by Breton
Mt. Moran “Armida” Performed By Lust For Youth
Revelstoke Part 1 “Faded” (ODESZA Remix) Performed by Zhu
Dane Tudor “Everybody Knows” Performed by Iska Dhaaf
Bosnia “Alarm” Performed by Wise Blood
Intro to France “Memories That You Call” Performed by ODESZA
La Grave “Outta My Mind” Performed by STRNGRS
Sage & Dana “Shruggy Ji” Performed by Red Baraat
Nick McNutt “Take Me To Church” Performed by Hozier
Selkirk Tangiers “ifuckingloveyou” Performed by Big Black Delta
Credits “North Side Gal” Performed by JD McPherson
Spotify Link here.
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