Soundtrack Song DEVILS & DUST by Bruce Springsteen
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN generously granted permission to use his song DEVILS & DUST in the motion picture BADLAND. The song poetically resonates with "JERRY'S" heart wrenching journey in BADLAND. The Producers are extremely grateful to Mr. BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN.
Soundtrack Songs HOLD YOU IN MY ARMS & ALL THE WILD HORSES by Ray LaMontagne
RAY LAMONTAGNE was kind enough to allow two songs be a part of BADLAND; HOLD YOU IN MY ARMS and ALL THE WILD HORSES. Both songs provide wonderful, poignant subtext to the images and story of BADLAND. The Producers are extremely grateful to Mr. RAY LAMONTAGNE.
Soundtrack Song THE DEVIL'S LONELY FIRE by Joe Morton
During production, director FRANCESCO LUCENTE asked JOE MORTON (an accomplished singer/songwriter) if he had any songs in his repertoire that would be appropriate for the future soundtrack of BADLAND. JOE said he did not, but late one evening, JOE awoke with the song THE DEVIL'S LONELY FIRE playing in his head. JOE quickly wrote it down and played it for FRANCESCO the next morning on the set. FRANCESCO loved it and the rest is, as they say, is history, JOE's lyrics and music create a deeply moving underscore to the film's story line. The Producers are extremely grateful to Mr. JOE MORTON.
Soundtrack Song NOTHING'S THERE by Ludek Drizhal
Composer LUDEK DRIZHAL was inspired to write the original soundtrack song NOTHING'S THERE for the first diner sequence. LUDEK eventually completed a full length version of the song. It is a beautiful and moving piece. It can be heard on the soundtrack album release. The Producers are extremely grateful to Mr. LUDEK DRIZHAL.