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Bradford Cox's Teenage Soundtrack to Be Released

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Deerhunter/Atlas Sound's Bradford Cox has composed the original score for the documentary Teenage, which is about the invention of the teenager and youth culture, from the late 19th century to the early 20th century. The soundtrack is out digitally on March 11 via Cinereach Music, and the film is in select theaters starting March 14. Check out the tracklist and the film's trailer below. 

Teenage was directed by Matt Wolf, who also did the beloved Arthur Russell doc Wild Combination, and was written by Jon Savage, based on his book Teenage. (Savage also wrote the punk history England's Dreaming and co-edited the book Punk: An Aesthetic.) It features narration by Jena Malone (Catching Fire, Donnie Darko), Ben Whishaw (Skyfall, Cloud Atlas), Julia Hummer, and Jessie Usher.

Teenage OST:

01 Natural Harp Monitor
02 Skeleton Disk Loop
03 Snow on Cape
04 New Prairie Blackout Pattern
05 Canopy
06 Daphne Duck
07 Harlem Crepescular
08 Paprika Expose
09 Pastel Ruins
10 Milk Glass Metronome
11 Planetarium
12 Doctor October
13 Kate
14 Wireless Fantasy No. 1
15 Dream Logic
16 Spanish Plastic
17 VHS Dream (Teenage)

Watch a rooftop performance by Cox at a Ryan McGinley opening:

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