|16 August 2004||Universal||822 808 1|
|01. Feature Film|
|Feature film includes exclusive remix of the Butter 08 song Degobrah released on the soundtrack album. The original version appeared on the album Butter.
This film has been issued in a variety of different formats and the German/French release of this album was titled City of Crime and the Japanese release was Bad Days.
|SONG: Butter 08 – Degobrah (The Jupiter Mix)
OCCOURANCE: 10m 58s
DURATION: 2m 40s approx.
Writers: Butter 08
Published: I Can’t Believe It’s Butter Music (ASCAP)
Produced: Russell Simins, Jamey Staub and Yuka Honda
Remixed: Russell Simins
Engineered: Jamey Staub
(p) 1996 Grand Royal
Butter 08 appear courtesy of Grand Royal Records
RELEASED ON: City of Industry (CD, US)
SYNOPSIS: “Lee Egan [Timothy Hutton] is a small-time L.A. criminal who is determined to get out of the city and start a new life. He masterminds an elborate jewlery robbery in Palm Springs – his one last heist, asking his brother Roy [Harvey Keitel] to help him. Roy, a smart theif who has successfully created a life of anonymity in the Midwest, succumbs to his brother’s plea to assist.
For their ‘Wheelman’, Less brings in the very unpredicable Skip [Stephen Dorff] – smart sleep-deprived, impatient and erratic – a potential liability who Roy instantly takes a dislike to.
When his brother is murdered, Roy moves savagely into the fray to take revenge on the man who betrayed him and avenge his death.”
– from UK DVD packaging
DIRECTOR: John Irving
RUN TIME: 1 hour 33 minutes
BARCODE: 5 050582 280814