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Premiere: Sune Rose Wagner (The Raveonettes) – “Let My Baby Ride” from Altered Carbon

R.L. Burnside cover recorded for Netflix series soundtrack, out 2/9

Feb 08, 2018 The Raveonettes Bookmark and Share

On Friday, February 9th, Lakeshore Records will digitally release Altered Carbon - Original Netflix Series Soundtrack. The soundtrack will include the show’s score, by composer Jeff Russo, as well as songs from Sune Rose Wagner and Hamilton’s Renée Elise Goldsberry.

A founding member of the The Raveonettes, Wagner provided two solo covers for the Netflix sci-fi series. The Altered Carbon soundtrack will include his cover of White Zombie’s “More Human than Human,” as well as a hard-hitting reinterpretation of the R.L. Burnside’s blues classic, “Let My Baby Ride.” We’re excited to exclusively premiere that song below:

The show’s score was composed by Jeff Russo, who has written the music for series such as Fargo, The Night Of…, Star Trek: Discovery, and Legion, as well as Under the Radar’s favorite video game of 2017, What Remains of Edith Finch. Before going into film and TV work, Russo was the founding guitarist of the band Tonic.

All ten episodes of Altered Carbon are now streaming on Netflix. You can read the series synopsis, and watch a trailer below:

Based on the classic cyberpunk noir novel by Richard K. Morgan, ALTERED CARBON is an intriguing story of murder, love, sex, and betrayal, set more than 300 years in the future. In Netflix’s ALTERED CARBON, Society has been transformed by new technology: consciousness can be digitized; human bodies are interchangeable; death is no longer permanent. Takeshi Kovacs is the lone surviving soldier in a group of elite interstellar warriors who were defeated in an uprising against the new world order. His mind was imprisoned – on ice – for centuries until Laurens Bancroft, an impossibly wealthy, long-lived man, offers Kovacs the chance to live again. In exchange, Kovacs has to solve a murder … that of Bancroft himself.



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