Monday, April 22, 2013

Florence and the Machine - Over The Love

From what will undoubtably be the most unusual soundtrack in recent memory. It's unusual, in that it is still a roaring 20's period piece, but instead of the requisite big band ragtime type score, we are being treated to tracks by Jay-Z, Beyoncé,, Fergie, Q-Tip, Bryan Ferry, Lana Del Rey, Coco O, Emeli Sandé, The XX, Goyte, and even Jack White doing a cover of U2's Love Is Blindness. has us intrigued too. Above is the beautiful Florence and the Machine contribution to this potential hot mess, titled Over The Love. We read a review that equated the soundtrack to a hard-drive crash, wherein you are only able to recover 14 completely unrelated songs. Of note, it was selected, arranged and produced by Jay-Z, so there must be method to this apparent madness. Album is scheduled to drop on May 7th.

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