T2 Trainspotting Soundtrack Has A New Lust For Life

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Trainspotting wasn’t just one of the greatest films of the 90s, but it also had one of the best soundtracks. The epic opening scene of the drug-fueled, 1996 crime caper featuring Iggy Pop’s “Lust For Life” paving the way for Renton (Ewan McGregor) and Spud (Ewen Bremmer) running from cops ranks right up there in movie history with the John Travolta-Uma Thurman dance-off in Pulp Fiction. 

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Now, director Danny Boyle has literally gotten the old band back together for the sequel, T2 Trainspotting, which opens worldwide Feb. 10th (check out the trailer below). Not only is the amazing cast back, but so are many of the music artists who made the original soundtrack a classic. 

The T2 Trainspotting soundtrack opens with the Prodigy’s new remix of “Lust for Life” and closes with a new Underworld song called “Slow Slippy,” which is a 2017 version of “Born Slippy .NUXX”. In-between are tracks from the likes of Wolf Alice, Young Fathers, Queen, and The Clash. Check out the track list and album artwork below.

T2 Trainspotting OST:

01 Iggy Pop: “Lust for Life (The Prodigy Remix)”

02 High Contrast: “Shotgun Mouthwash”

03 Wolf Alice: “Silk”

04 Young Fathers: “Get Up”

05 Frankie Goes to Hollywood: “Relax”

06 Underworld /Ewen Bremner: “Eventually But”

07 Young Fathers: “Only God Knows”

08 The Rubberbandits: “Dad’s Best Friend”

09 Blondie: “Dreaming”

10 Queen: “Radio Ga Ga”

11 Run D.M.C. vs. Jason Nevis: “It’s Like That”

12 The Clash: “(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais”

13 Young Fathers: “Rain or Shine”

14 Fat White Family: “Whitest Boy on the Beach”

15 Underworld: “Slow Slippy”