Madison Gate Records Releases 'Justified: Music From The Original Television Series'
To coincide with the FX drama's fourth-season premiere, Madison Gate Records released the first official soundtrack album for Justified on Tuesday. Justified: Music From The Original Television Series is now available via iTunes and Amazon.com.
The 13-song collection includes the series' theme song, "Long Hard Times To Come" by Gangstagrass featuring T.O.N.E.-z. Gangstagrass also contribute "Gunslinging Rambler," featuring R-SON
Other tracks on the album are:
"Beautiful City 'Cross the River" - Dave Alvin (from Season 3's 'When The Guns Come Out')
"Devil at the Wheel" - Bill Champlin and Steve Porcaro (from Season 2's 'The Life Inside' and 'The I of the Storm')
"Dream My Darling" - Linda Kay (from Season 2's 'Brother's Keeper')
"Harlan County Line" - Dave Alvin (from Season 2's 'The Life Inside' and 'The I of the Storm')
"Hobo Man" - The Homemade Jamz Blues Band (from Season 3's 'The Devil You Know')
"In Trouble" - Ryan Kickland (from Season 3's 'The Man Behind The Curtain)
"Jack and Coke" - Linda Kay (from Season 3's 'Watching The Detectives')
"Justified" - Cumberland River Band (from Season 2's 'For Blood or Money')
"Southfield Blues" - Robert J. Walsh (from Season 3's 'When The Guns Come Out')
"Stand By Your Man" - Beverley Staunton (from Season 1's 'Hatless')
"We Lost It" - Brennen Leigh and Jesse Dayton (from Season 2's 'Bloody Harlan')
One song noticeably absent from the soundtrack is Brad Paisley's "You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive," which appeared in both Season 1 and Season 2.
You can order your physical copy of Justified: Music From The Original Television Series for $9.99 at Amazon.com.
Madison Gate is the in-house recording label of Sony Pictures Entertainment, the studio behind Justified. Sony also recently released Justified: The Complete Third Season on Blu-Ray and DVD.
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