Richard Ashcroft Appears On The Adjustment Bureau Tracks

(Gibson) If you were one of the millions of viewers who have watched Matt Damon's sci-fi thriller, The Adjustment Bureau, during the past two weeks, you may have wondered where that massive, string-laden track during the end credits came from. The voice is instantly recognizable '90s Britpop icon Richard Ashcroft. But the track itself "Are You Ready?" turned out to be a launching pad for further incidental music for the film.

"It was another thing that turned up out of the blue really," Ashcroft told Spinner. "It came out of the director, George Nolfi, hearing "Are You Ready?" and wanting to use it as the outro of the film. Then he suggested we do something together for the start of the film."

And so, Oscar-nominated composer Thomas Newman (The Shawshank Redemption, Road to Perdition, WALL-E) hopped a flight to London to collaborate with Ashcroft. The result was the synthy rocker, "Future's Bright." more on this story

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