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The End Of The F***ing World (Original Songs and Score)

Graham Coxon

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Born in West Germany in 1969, Graham Coxon came to fame as the guitarist in Blur. But in moving from pop to music for moving pictures, Coxon has not lost one bit of his predilection for song. And so this soundtrack contains impressive homages to country, rock and folk songs from the 70s, like Angry Me and the ballad Saturday Night. Adapted from a graphic novel by Charles Forsman, this series, which came out on Netflix in 2017, jars audiences with its humorous tale of a psychopathic teenager. Despite this unusual tone, there is no hint of a pastiche in Graham Coxon's work. Everything in his music testifies to his sincere love of the music of the 1970s. ©NM/Qobuz

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The End Of The F***ing World (Original Songs and Score)

Graham Coxon

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1
Walking All Day
00:03:27

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

2
Angry Me
00:01:52

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

3
Flashback
00:00:16

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

4
In My Room
00:03:48

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

5
Bus Stop
00:04:57

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

6
The Beach
00:01:52

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

7
Saturday Night
00:02:04

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

8
On The Prowl
00:01:41

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

9
It's All Blue
00:02:41

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

DISC 2

1
The Snare
00:04:44

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

2
Lucifers Behind Me
00:03:04

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

3
Field
00:01:29

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

4
She Left The Light On
00:02:18

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

5
Roaming Star
00:02:28

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

6
Sleuth
00:02:15

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

7
There's Something in the Way That You Cry
00:03:24

Graham Coxon, MainArtist

© 2018 Graham Coxon ℗ 2018 Graham Coxon

Album Description

Born in West Germany in 1969, Graham Coxon came to fame as the guitarist in Blur. But in moving from pop to music for moving pictures, Coxon has not lost one bit of his predilection for song. And so this soundtrack contains impressive homages to country, rock and folk songs from the 70s, like Angry Me and the ballad Saturday Night. Adapted from a graphic novel by Charles Forsman, this series, which came out on Netflix in 2017, jars audiences with its humorous tale of a psychopathic teenager. Despite this unusual tone, there is no hint of a pastiche in Graham Coxon's work. Everything in his music testifies to his sincere love of the music of the 1970s. ©NM/Qobuz

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