Cliff Martinez’s score for the film Drive got a lot of airplay here at the studio, a lushly electronic soundtrack that accompanies Nicolas Winding Refn’s gritty film beautifully. But apparently, Italians Do It Better producer Jonny Jewel was originally tapped to handle the music, but much of this went unused in favor of the Martinez score.

The 37 tracks for this score are well worth a listen, and for fans of Drive, give a great alternative view into how a film’s music paring can help lead an emotional tone. The entire album can be heard here on Soundcloud.

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