VA – Let Me Down Hard (Soundtrack) (2016)

Artist: VA
Title: Let Me Down Hard (Soundtrack)
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Mainman Records
Genre: Soundtrack
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 100:13 min
Total Size: 245 MB


1. Revolution (Coming Of Age) by Frankenstein 3000
2. On The Bright Side by Dialogue
3. Motorcycle by Acid
4. Arsenio by Dialogue
5. Shit Car by The Ribeye Brothers
6. Goin Away by Frankenstein 3000
7. Ready For The Show by Lords of Mercy
8. 5 O'Clock Rest Stop by Dialogue
9. Crushing My Heart by Acid
10. Rig-A-Ma-Jig by Dialogue
11. Solitaire by Acid
12. Chance by Acid
13. Get A Job by Dialogue
14. Goin Away by James Dunigan
15. Ready To Go by F-Bombers
16. Thrilled by Dialogue
17. No War, Know Peace by Frankestein 3000
18. Kajagoogoo by Dialogue
19. Let Me Down Hard (Film Sequence) by Keith Roth
20. Smart Like Aristotle by The Ribeye Brothers
21. Hypnotist by The Ribeye Brothers
22. Broke Up With Todd by Dialogue
23. Cherry Bomb by The Dandy Warhols
24. Resurgence by Jacquen
25. Unbroken (Hotel Baby) by Monster Magnet
26. Held For Ransom by Dialogue
27. Holiday In Heaven by The Battery Electric
28. Good Luck by Dialogue
29. A Song Called Believe by James Dunigan
30. All Roads Lead Back To Asbury Park by Marc Ribler
31. Save The Planet by Keith Roth, Earl Slick
32. Where's My Leather Catsuit by Daniel Ash,
33. Down With The Swirl by The Atomic Bitchwax
34. Shake It Mama by Frankenstein 3000
35. Hungry by The Battery Electric
36. The Road Is My Only Friend by Dan Finn
37. The War You Nearly Won by Marc Ribler
38. Let Me Down Hard (Live) by John Eddie

Jack Ainsley was a star, a rock star. He had a hit record, a rabid following and money to burn. He also had an ego the size of his tour bus and a soul-crushing temper to match, until one night it all evaporated, right in front his eyes. Now, 15 years later he finds himself back in the place he couldn't escape from fast enough, and to the tattered remains of the family he'd left behind. In a city that is as much a character in this story as Jack himself, Asbury Park NJ. The Jersey shore music scene hot bed that birthed Springsteen, Bon Jovi and Southside, and the legendary Stone Pony. A city that is no stranger to the struggles between its own out-sized aspirations and the realities in which it lives. A city of broken dreams and faded glories. A city, like Jack himself, now on the verge of rebirth. Jack's sister Carrie has been holding things together with twine since he left. Their mother's increasing dementia, and her daughter's own burgeoning independence threatens to completely extinguish any remnants of her own neglected ambitions. Jacks return reunites the siblings and sets off a story of dashed dreams, self-doubt and betrayal. It also poses the question; to what degree can the unconditionality of familial bonds be stretched? Along the way Jack externally basks in the adulation of old friends and former lovers who still see him as a hero, while internally loathing them for all the attention because he cant afford a pack of smokes, a stark reminder of the depth to which he's sunk and the place to which he's been forced to return. Jack's arrogance and self-determination have been replaced by humility and a dependence upon his family that he never dreamed possible. It forces Jack into making a choice between the dream of a new life and the reality of an old one. The film is currently making the rounds internationally on the film festival circuit, and is set for worldwide distribution in 2017.

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