Inherent Vice trailer

Paul Thomas Anderson‘s new film Inherent Vice premiered at the New York Film Festival over the weekend, and along with the first reviews and reactions to the film, we’ve got a lot more information about the Thomas Pynchon adaptation. The Inherent Vice soundtrack has been revealed, and that’s great. And then there’s a lot of other info that came out of the festival.

For one, you can now watch the 30-minute press conference for the film featuring Anderson and many members of the film’s crowded cast. That’s a good treat, but also contains a lot of talk about a film that most of us haven’t yet seen.

More friendly to those who want to preserve the experience of watching the film is the rundown of the film’s soundtrack, and an accompanying playlist featuring all the tracks. There are a couple great tracks from Can, and an unreleased Radiohead song called ‘Spooks.’ (The Radiohead song is represented in the playlist by a live version.)

Here’s the press conference. Obviously, if you haven’t seen the film yet, this might be one to save, or you might want to tread carefully.

“Inherent Vice” Soundtrack
1. Dreamin’ On a Cloud – The Tornados
2. Rhythm of the Rain – The Cascades
3. Vitamin C – Can
4. Soup – Can
5. Simba – Les Baxter
6. Spooks – Radiohead
7. Burning Bridges – Jack Scott
8. The Throwaway Age – Bob Irwin
9. Gilligan’s Island Theme – Sherwood Schwartz and George Wyle
10. Harvest – Neil Young
11. Here Comes the Ho-Dads – The Markettts
12. Electricity – Cliff Adams
13. Never My Love – The Association
14. Les Fleur – Minnie Riperton
15. Journey Through the Past – Neil Young
16. Sukiyaki – KYU Sakamoto
17. Adam-12 (Themes and Cues) – Frank Comstock
18. (What A) Wonderful World – Sam Cooke
19. Amethyst – Jonny Greenwood
20. Any Day Now – Chuck Jackson

Here’s a Spotify playlist, in case you have a subscription to that service. Below is a full set of YouTube links, thanks to the hard work at The Film Stage.

1. Dreamin’ On a CloudThe Tornados

2. Rhythm of the RainThe Cascades

3. Vitamin CCan

4. SoupCan

5. SimbaLes Baxter

6. SpooksRadiohead

7. Burning Bridges Jack Scott

8. The Throwaway AgeBob Irwin

9. Gilligan’s Island Sherwood Schwartz and George Wyle

10. Harvest Neil Young

11. Here Comes the Ho-DadsThe Markettts

12. ElectricityCliff Adams

13. Never My LoveThe Association

14. Les FleurMinnie Riperton

15. Journey Through the PastNeil Young

16. SukiyakiKYU Sakamoto

17. Adam-12 (Themes and Cues) – Frank Comstock

18. (What A) Wonderful World Sam Cooke

19. AmethystJonny Greenwood

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20. Any Day Now Chuck Jackson

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