‘Heavy Trip’ Soundtrack Released

Posted: October 18, 2018 by filmmusicreporter in Film Music Albums
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Sony Music Finland has released a soundtrack album for the Finnish comedy Heavy Trip (Hevi reissu). The album features the film’s original score composed by Lauri Porra (V2: Dead Angel). Also included are the songs from the movie by Diablo, Mika Lammassaari and Mokoma. The soundtrack is now available to download on Amazon, where you can also check out audio samples. Heavy Trip is directed by Jukka Vidgren & Juuso Laatio and stars Johannes Holopainen, Minka Kuustonen, Ville Tiihonen, Max Ovaska, Samuli Jaskio, Antti Heikkinen and Chike Ohanwe. The movie follows a musician from a small village in Northern Finland who takes his undiscovered heavy metal band on an eventful road trip to play at Norway’s biggest heavy metal music festival. The comedy premiered at this year’s SXSW Film Festival and was released in select theaters last week by Music Box Film’s Doppelgänger Releasing and is now available on VOD. The movie will arrive on DVD on November 13.

Here’s the track list of the album:

1. Died and Gone to Valhalla – Lauri Porra (0:55)
2. Where Are You Taking Me? (Dialogue Excerpt from “Heavy Trip”) (0:11)
3. Raked to a Pulp – Mika Lammassaari (1:17)
4. Corium Black – Diablo (5:20)
5. Death Van – Lauri Porra (0:34)
6. Kuollut, Kuolleempi, Kuollein – Mokoma (4:23)
7. Sounds Like Blast Beat (Dialogue Excerpt from “Heavy Trip”) (0:21)
8. Flooding Secrations (feat. Eemeli Bodde) – Mika Lammassaari (2:19)
9. Wolverine – Lauri Porra (0:36)
10. The Call – Diablo (4:40)
11. Jynkky’s Burial – Lauri Porra (1:06)
12. Better S**t Than Sorry! (Dialogue Excerpt from “Heavy Trip”) (0:05)
13. Determined Moilanen – Lauri Porra (1:58)
14. Illuminati – Diablo (5:11)
15. IR on the Road – Lauri Porra (1:45)
16. Vikings on the High Seas – Lauri Porra (0:42)

  1. UberDemon says:

    This is a treasure of heavy metal folklore. Heavy Trip encapsulates the struggle of heavy metal as a music form, as it has always been. It is Spinal Tap for real heavy metal. If you love heavy metal, I would imagine this is religiously required material. Just sayin…