| Wilde’s rise and fall and rise again are the basis of the film. As we follow his Damascian rebirth, we’re treated to plenty of well-known cameos from across clubland – including Paul van Dyk, Tiesto, Pete Tong and Carl Cox plus many more. And more importantly, not only does the film feature some of the biggest and brightest dance tracks to have hit the dancefloor in recent years, it also includes tracks and remixes from across the musical spectrum, that truly reflect this rollercoaster ride of a film. |
The double album, compiled by James Doman and Positiva’s Ben Cherrill, brings together the film’s musical highlights across 2 CDs. The first highlights the more melancholic moments from the film, and opens with an exclusive Graham Massey remix of the seminal ‘Pacific State’ by 808 State, it then takes you on a serene journey through tracks such as the classic 1930’s love song ‘Parlez Moi D’Amour’ by Lucienne Boyer, the Beta Band’s ‘Troubles’, and Goldfrapp’s awesome remake of Depeche Mode’s ‘Halo’ before finishing up with the Beach Boys’ ‘Good Vibrations’ and Barefoot’s unique new version of ‘White Lines’.
CD 2 moves things up a gear, with an outstanding selection of Frankie Wilde’s clubbing highlights that includes anthems such as Deep Dish’s ‘Flashdance’, Shapeshifters’ awesome new single ‘Back To Basics’, Ferry Corsten’s ‘Rock Your Body Rock’ alongside the exclusive Doublefunk feat. Frankie Wilde ‘Can You Hear Me Now’, plus Reflekt’s ‘Need To Feel Loved’, and Orbital’s festival fave ‘Frenetic’.
It’s All Gone Pete Tong will open in the United Kingdom and
Eire via Redbus Film Distribution on May 27th, 2005