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The Saint (soundtrack)

The Saint: Music From the Motion Picture
Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released 25 March 1997
Genre Electronica, Alternative
Label Virgin
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The Saint: Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack was the soundtrack to the 1997 movie The Saint.

This soundtrack featuring Duran Duran, Sneaker Pimps, Orbital, Moby, Fluke, Luscious Jackson, The Chemical Brothers, Underworld, Daft Punk, David Bowie, Superior, Dreadzone, Duncan Sheik, and Everything but the Girl. The album also includes an updated version of the theme music from the 1960s television series.

Track listing

American release
No. TitleArtist Length
1. "The Saint Theme"  Orbital 4:32
2. "6 Underground (Nellee Hooper Edit)"  Sneaker Pimps 3:53
3. "Oil 1"  Moby 5:31
4. "Atom Bomb"  Fluke 3:54
5. "Roses Fade (Mojo Mix)"  Luscious Jackson 2:31
6. "Setting Sun (Instrumental)"  The Chemical Brothers 7:00
7. "Pearl's Girl"  Underworld 9:32
8. "Out of My Mind"  Duran Duran 4:16
9. "Da Funk"  Daft Punk 5:28
10. "Dead Man Walking"  David Bowie 6:50
11. "Polaroid Millennium"  Superior 3:21
12. "A Dream Within a Dream"  Dreadzone 6:08
13. "In the Absence of Sun"  Duncan Sheik 5:04
14. "Before Today"  Everything but the Girl 4:17


European release
No. TitleArtist Length
10. "Little Wonder (Danny Saber Dance Mix)"  David Bowie 5:30


  • Dreadzone's "A Dream Within A Dream" seems to be sped up slightly in the movie, creating a more ambient dance sound to the song.

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