Original score composed by The Dust Brothers (Michael Simpson, John King).
Studio wizards the Dust Brothers (John King and Mike Simpson) are best known for the hip-hop-laced electronic
soundscapes they've built behind Beck (ODELAY) and ... Full Descriptionthe Beastie Boys (PAUL'S BOUTIQUE).
Abandoning pop music for a moment, King and Simpson turn their talents to the soundtrack of FIGHT CLUB.
For this film about consumerism and catharsis in the modern world, the Dust Brothers created a moody synth-based
tapestry full of foreboding. The overt pop techniques of their previous work are eschewed in favor of something
more atmospheric. The turntable scratches of "Who is Tyler Durden," the dark trip-hop feel of "What is Fight Club?,"
and the breakbeats on "Single Serving Jack" provide ample sonic fingerprints, but FIGHT CLUB finds the
Dust Brothers venturing into new territory as well.
1. Who Is Tyler Durden?
3. What Is Fight Club?
4. Single Serving Jack
5. Corporate World
6. Psycho Boy Jack
7. Hessel, Raymond K.
8. Medula Oblongata
9. Jack's Smirking Revenge
10. Stealing Fat
11. Chemical Burn
13. Commissioner Castration
14. Space Monkeys
15. Finding the Bomb