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Layer Cake
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compilation album
Released 27 September 2004
Recorded Various
Genre Pop, Rock, Dance
Length 14 tracks
Label EMI
Producer Various
featuring Duran Duran

Layer Cake (soundtrack) is a compilation album featuring Duran Duran, released by EMI on 27 September 2004.

About the album Edit

This is the movie soundtrack to the 2004 British gangster film Layer Cake, directed by Matthew Vaughn and starring James Bond-actor Daniel Craig.

The film centers on a cocaine distributor played by Craig who also narrates the film, operating a successful business in London buying, cutting and selling cocaine while avoiding the attention seeking gangster behaviour associated with drug dealing. Having made his fortune, he secretly plans to retire from the business for good.

The soundtrack includes Duran Duran's "Ordinary World", which features in the film during a violent cafe scene. The album also includes Kylie Minogue's "Can't Get Blue Monday Out Of My Head" played in the movie during a nightclub scene with Daniel Craig and Sienna Miller.

Track listing Edit

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  1. "Hayling" - FC Kahuna
  2. "Opening" - Ilan Eshkeri, Stephen McLaughlin
  3. "She Sells Sanctuary" - The Cult
  4. "Can't Get Blue Monday Out Of My Head" - Kylie Minogue/Ulterior Motive
  5. "You Got The Love" - The Source (featuring Candi Staton)
  6. "Drive to Boatyard" - Ilan Eshkeri
  7. "Junky Fight" - Lisa Gerrard
  8. "Making Plans for Nigel" - XTC
  9. "Ordinary World" - Duran Duran
  10. "Ruthless Gravity" - Craig Armstrong
  11. "Four To The Floor" (Soulsavers Mix) - Starsailor
  12. "Drive To Warehouse" - Lisa Gerrard/Ilan Eshkeri
  13. "Aria" - Lisa Gerrard (with Michael Gambon)
  14. "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" - Joe Cocker

Duran Duran personnel Edit

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