James Murphy Greenberg Soundtrack Details

We told you James Murphy was scoring (and cameoing) in Noah Baumbach’s Greenburg, which also stars Ben Stiller and Rhys Ifans, when not finalizing LCD Soundsystem’s anticipated, ostensibly slower, more rock-inclusive, and definitely vlogged about third album. We know the LCD’s due sometime in March, but can do you one or two better with Murphy’s Greenburg soundtrack: There are 11 solo tracks on it plus Galaxie 500, Duran Duran, Albert Hammond, Jr.’s dad, and others. Take a look.

Via NME:

01 The Steve Miller Band – “Jet Airliner”
02 James Murphy – “People”
03 Nite Jewel – “Suburbia”
04 James Murphy – “Sleepy Baby”
05 James Murphy – “Thumbs”
06 Albert Hammond – “It Never Rains in Southern California”
07 James Murphy – “Plenty of Time”
08 James Murphy – “Photographs”
09 James Murphy – “Gente”
10 Galaxie 500 – “Strange”
11 LCD Soundsystem: – “Oh You (Christmas Blues)”
12 James Murphy – “Birthday Song”
13 James Murphy – “Dear You”
14 The Sonics – “Shot Down”
15 Duran Duran – “The Chauffeur”
16 James Murphy – “If You Need a Friend”
17 James Murphy – “Please Don’t Follow Me”
18 James Murphy – “Photographs (Piano)”

The Greenberg soundtrack is out 3/22 in the UK via DFA/Parlophone. The movie’s out 3/26. In other DFA news: As you may have heard, Tim Goldsworthy has seemingly split from DFA. In a report at Resident Advisor, label manager Jonathan Galkin says Goldsworthy is still “legally” a partner, but isn’t really a part of the label or production teams at this point (more or less):

Tim Goldsworthy moved away to somewhere in the United Kingdom, without informing anyone here at DFA. We have had no word from him since he left the United States. So we moved on with our lives and our business. Simple as that. He most definitely took a piece of us when he left, but we wish him the best with whatever he gets up to next.

Goldsworthy doesn’t help sooth tensions with his explanation that a physical move doesn’t mean he’s actually left the label.

I haven’t left … If that was the case then, well, Murphy’s never there, cause he’s always touring or in the studio, so that would mean he left, I don’t know, nine years ago or something?

As if on cue: LCD Soundsystem hits the road in April.