V/A feat. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – The Butterfly Effect [2-Sided Disc] (DVD, US)

6 July 2004 New Line Home Video N7173
01. Feature Film V/A feat. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - The Butterfly Effect [2-Sided Disc] (DVD, US)  - Cover
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US 2-sided DVD of The Butterfly Effect in standard case (plastic case with paper insert artwork) with insert. The cover has an unusual metallic finish. One side of the disc has the Directors Cut and the other has the Theatrical Version.

The movie features Midnight Creep (from Plastic Fang) by the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion being played in the background during a scene in a bar. On the Directors Cut of the film and scene and music runs from 27m 53s upuntil 29m 00s and in the Theatrical Version of the movie it’s 27m 18s – 28m 26s.

Although there was a soundtrack CD released for this movie it featured the score only and did not include the Blues Explosion track. Scroll down for Amazon description, full soundtrack listing and a brief synopsis from the rear sleeve of the DVD.

Butterfly Effect:
Directors: Eric Bress / J. Mackye Gruber
Writers: J. Mackye Gruber / Eric Bress
Primary Actors: Ashton Kutcher / Melora Walters / Amy Smart / Elden Henson / William Lee Scott

DVD FEATURES: The Science and Psychology of the Chaos Theory / The History and Allure of Time Travel / Fast Track – Trivia Subtitle Track / Filmmaker Commentary / Deleted and Alternate Scenes / The Creative Process / Visual Effects / Storyboard Gallery / Original Trailer / Gallery / Script To Screen (Director’s Cut) / Commentary Digest / Scene Medleys

SONG CREDITS:
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – The Midnight Creep[Credits from Plastic Fang]
© 2001 Dirty Shirt, BMI
Writers: Spencer/Explosion Vocals/Guitar/Theremin/Stylophone/Claps/Piano: Jon Spencer Guitars/Backing Vocals/Claps: Judah Bauer
Drums/Percussion: Russell Simins
Guitar/Drums/Piano/Backing Vocals/Percussion/Organ/Claps/Bass: Steve Jordan
Produced: Steve Jordan
Recorded/Mixed: Don Smith for Moondog Productions Inc.
Assisted by Martin Pradler (Additional Recording & Pro Tools)
Additional Pro Tools Recording: Pat Thrall
Technical Assistance: Minoru Yokoo
Guitar & Drum Tech: Artie Smith Recorded at Oorong (Assistant: Doug Conroy)
Courtesy of Matador Records

Additional Songs featured in the film:

“Stop Crying Your Heart Out”
Written by Noel Gallagher
Performed by Oasis
Courtesy of Epic Records / Sony Music
Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

“My Elastic Eye”
Written by Tom Rowlands, Ed Simons and Le Baron (as Bernard Estardy)
Performed by The Chemical Brothers
Courtesy of Virgin Astralwerks Records
Under license from EMI Film & TV Music

“Hear You Me”
Written by Tom Linton, Rick Burch, Zach Lind, Jim Adkins
Performed by Jimmy Eat World
Courtesy of DreamWorks Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

“When Animals Attack”
Written by Chris King, Dave Wadsworth, Ric Roccapriore, Keith Kaplan and Howard Karp
Performed by Even Rude
Courtesy of PWNETD Music

“Heroin Hate”
Written by Level and Buka
Performed by AP2
Courtesy of Tooth and Nail Records
By Arrangement with Position Soundtrack Services

“Lost”
Written by Brian Ginsberg, Boris Bouma and Dieter Hartmann
Performed by Triggerpimp
Courtesy of Brian Ginsberg and June St. Entertainment

“The End”
Written by Level and Buka
Performed by AP2
Courtesy of Tooth and Nail Records
By Arrangement with Position Soundtrack Services

“Something Static”
Written by Brian Ginsberg
Performed by Brian Ginsberg
Courtesy of June St. Entertainment

“Alone Again And”
Written by Chris Anderson, Timothy Keegan (as Tim Keegan), Jake Kyle and Lindsay Jamieson (as Lindsey Jamieson)
Performed by Departure Lounge
Courtesy of Nettwerk Productions

“Sittin’ Single”
Written by John Yingst (as John Yigst) and Jan Peterson
Performed by Scott Eversoll
Courtesy of Marc Ferrari/Mastersource

“Dark Entries”
Written by Daniel Ash, Kevin Haskins, David J (as David Jay), Peter Murphy
Performed by Bauhaus
Courtesy of 4AD/Beggars Group

SLEEVE NOTES:
“The Butterfly Effect is an engrossing, unpredicable and original thriller, more chilling and compelling than the Sixth Sense.” – Paul Fischer, Dark Horizons.

“A young man struggling to get over disturbing memories from his childhoom discovers that he is bale to travel back in time and alter events in his past. However, every change he makes transforms his life and that of those around him, often to unexpected and disasterous consequences.”

DETAILS:
RUN TIME: 120m (Directors Cut) / 114m (Theatrical)

ARTWORK: [no details]

BARCODE: 7 94043 71732 1

MATRIX – SIDE 1: [none]
MATRIX – SIDE 2: [none]

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