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Clubbed to Death by Rob Dougan

From the 1999 hit film, Fight Club oops, I mean The Matrix.

Artwork for Furious Angels

I had a little difficulty with this one. I caught Clubbed to Death on some trip hop station, and knew I had heard it before. I could of sworn it was from Fight Club, but couldn’t find it on the soundtrack. I would’ve looked it up on the Internet, but didn’t know the name of it (at the time). It really started to get to me, so I started listening to the same radio station in hopes they’d play it again (so I could Shazam that shit!). After waiting a loonnng time, just as I was about to break, it came on! I found out the name, and looked it up… of course, it was from The Matrix (but it does sound a lot like a Fight Club track).

Anyways, then I had another problem… where the hell was it in The Matrix? I looked it up on YouTube, and found some user manipulated clips, but nothing genuine. So, I decided to watch the movie, just so I could bestow this invaluable information to you (i.e. I have a lot of time on my hands :D). Well, here it is (the song is in the first 40 seconds). I would embed it for ya, but those damn YouTubers won’t allow it. – Fuck it, that link got taken down too

Whatever, the clip doesn’t give justice to Clubbed to Death. The damn thing is a full composition, running for seven minutes and thirty seconds… and eating up my bandwidth, accordingly. Well, you know my way with words (or you soon will), accurately describing a song in its full depth… or not… I should really work on that :). All I have to say is that it’s a song with some interesting instrumentals with some classic piano playin’.

As always, post a comment and tell me what you think… does it sound like The Dust Brothers? (creators of the Fight Club soundtrack) Oh, and be a fan on our Facebook page, ’cause i’ll give you this song if you do!!… we’ll ya get it either way, but common. :)

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Music Video:
httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YCGtT_FRYg
Pretty cool, but a little cheesy at times.

Artist Information:
Genre: Electronica, Trip Hop
Born: Sydney, Australia (1969)
Location: London, United Kingdom
Also Known as: Rob D
Albums: Furious Angels
Similar Artists: The Dust Brothers | Mix Master Mike | Rob the Viking | The Crystal Method
Links: MySpace | Wikipedia | Twitter | Fan Site | Last.fm | iLike | Y! Music | AllMusic

Track Information:
Album: Furious Angels
Release Date: June 3, 2003
Buy Links: Amazon Mp3