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DAKoftheOTA
02-16-2014, 06:48 PM
First, let me start off by saying that I'm really not big on musicals. Rocky Horror, Sweeney Todd and Across the Universe are pretty much it for me. That being said, I'd have to say Across the Universe is one of my favorite films - and that also goes for the soundtrack. If you know the OST / film at all, you know that the songs in the film are vastly (and sometimes even radically) different from their OST counterparts. So I did the only thing I knew how to do, which was use the DVD audio and Deluxe Edition OST to make the most accurate film versions possible. Now before anyone asks, YES there is SFX. I did not have access to the raw recordings of the songs, nor did I have access to Elliot Goldenthal's amazing score. So what we have here is every single song (I think every song) in the order they appear in the film, in their film versions. I removed all the dialogue/SFX/filler that's heard in between songs, except where I needed the audio to transition from one song to the next. I included the parts of Elliot Goldenthal's score that I could, but as I said - there's SFX. But this is a musical, and don't most musical OSTs have SFX and dialogue in them to begin with? Sweeney Todd does, anyway.

There are 45 tracks, total run time is 1:39:35. Quality is MP3 320k.

Credit goes to Jasonjhn8 for these awesome covers:

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Girl
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Jim Sturgess

Helter Skelter (Prelude) / Hey Jude (Prelude)
Written by Lennon/McCartney & Elliot Goldenthal
Performed by Dana Fuchs and Elliot Goldenthal

Hold Me Tight
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Evan Rachel Wood

Jude's Father (Score) (includes SFX)
Written by Elliot Goldenthal

All My Loving
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Jim Sturgess

I Wanna Hold Your Hand
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by T.V. Carpio

Jude Gets A Lift / Meet Max (Score) (includes SFX)
Written by Elliot Goldenthal

Max Runs (Score) (includes SFX)
Written by Elliot Goldenthal

With A Little Help from My Friends
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Joa Anderson & Jim Sturgess

It Won't Be Long
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Evan Rachel Wood

I've Just Seen A Face
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Jim Sturgess

Let It Be
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Carol Woods & Timothy T. Mitchum

Come Together
Written by Lennon/McCartney & Elliot Goldenthal
Performed by Joe Cocker & Martin Luther McCoy

"She Came in Through the Bathroom Window" (Dialogue) (used as a transition between tracks)
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Jim Sturgess, T.V. Carpio, Martin Luther McCoy & Dana Fuchs

Why Don't We Do it in the Road?
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Dana Fuchs

Judy & Lucy I (Score) (includes SFX)
Written by Elliot Goldenthal

If I Fell
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Evan Rachel Wood

I Want You (She's So Heavy)
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Joe Anderson, Dana Fuchs & T.V. Carpio

Dear Prudence
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Dana Fuchs, Evan Wood, Jim Sturgess, Joe Anderson & T.V. Carpio

Flying (Source) (includes dialogue/SFX)
Written by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Richard Starkey & George Harrison
Performed by Secret Machines

Blue Jay Way (Source) (includes dialogue/SFX)
Written by George Harrison
Performed by Secret Machines

I Am the Walrus
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Bono & Secret Machines

Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Eddie Izzard

Because
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Evan Rachel Wood

Max and the War I (Score) (includes SFX)
Written by Elliot Goldenthal

Judy & Lucy II (includes SFX)
Written by Elliot Goldenthal

Something
Written by George Harrison
Performed by Jim Sturgess

Oh! Darling
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Dana Fuchs & Martin Luther McCoy

Strawberry Fields
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Jim Sturgess

Revolution
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Jim Sturgess

While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Written by George Harrison
Performed by Martin Luther McCoy

Medley, pt. I: Across the Universe
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Jim Sturgess

Medley, pt. II: Helter Skelter / Protest (Score) (includes SFX)
Written by Lennon/McCartney & Elliot Goldenthal
Performed by Dana Fuchs & Elliot Goldenthal

Medley, pt. III: Max and the War II (Score) (includes SFX)
Written by Lennon/McCartney & Elliot Goldenthal
Performed by Dana Fuchs & Elliot Goldenthal

Across the Universe (Reprise)
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Jim Sturgess

Jude in Jail (Score) (includes SFX)
Written by Elliot Goldenthal

Happiness Is A Warm Gun
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Joe Anderson & Salma Hayek

It's Gonna Be Alright (Score) (includes SFX)
Written by Lennon/McCartney & Elliot Goldenthal
Performed by Elliot Goldenthal & Evan Rachel Wood

A Day in the Life / Making Bombs / Jude Reads the News (Score)
Written by Lennon/McCartney & Elliot Goldenthal
Performed by Martin Luther McCoy & Elliot Goldenthal

Blackbird
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Evan Rachel Wood

Hey Jude*
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Joe Anderson & Jim Sturgess

Don't Let Me Down
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Dana Fuchs, Martin Luther McCoy, T.V. Carpio, Jim Sturgess & Joe Anderson

All You Need is Love / She Loves You
Written by Lennon/McCartney & Elliot Goldenthal
Performed by Jim Sturgess, Dana Fuchs, Martin Luther McCoy, Joe Anderson, T.V. Carpio & Elliot Goldenthal

Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds
Written by Lennon/McCartney
Performed by Bono

Flying (End Credits)
Written by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Richard Starkey & George Harrison
Performed by Secret Machines

*This is a special mixture of the OST version which then fades into the film version. I didn't like Jude's mom singing the line "let it out and let it in", I preferred Jude (Jim Sturgess) singing it better. So I took the OST version that has Jude and then mixed it into the film version. The 2 versions overlap where the street performer starts banging on all the drums


Enjoy everyone :)

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laohu
02-16-2014, 07:28 PM
thanks Dakoftheota

k27
02-17-2014, 02:26 AM
Thank you very much!

Prince Jay
02-17-2014, 09:46 PM
Thank you.

thebillyseguire
02-18-2014, 10:29 AM
Love it. Thank you :)

Prince Jay
02-18-2014, 12:48 PM
My contribution cover. :)

Across The Universe (Film Mixes) original credit for covers go to jasonjhn8.
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Jcjs
09-28-2014, 08:56 AM
Thanks for the link but I am afraid I can't open the zip file. It gives me failure. Could anyone help me?