Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland of The Crystal Method provided original compositions for the film, which Kirkland says revolves around a deep, intellectual coked-out conversation in a New York loft and flashbacks to the moments theyre describing.
This is the very first film score for the duo and both say theyd be interested in doing more.
The Las Vegas natives say theyd also consider creating music for a show in Sin City, but it would have to be a good fit.
Jordan thinks Cirque du Soleil would be fun to score but both say no to anything involving Celine Dion.
In Kirklands words, The thing is that, personally, I dont like Celine Dion.
The soundtrack for London comes out today (Jan. 24) and the film hits theaters February 10.
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