Track List

Spaceship - Brian Reitzell

Party and Bullshit (Dialog Interlude 1) - Jahking Guillory

Friends Hanging Out - Brian Reitzell

The Sheboygan Left - RJD2

C.R.E.A.M - Wu-Tang Clan

Barbeque Music - Marc E. Bassy

Kitchen Astronaut / Kicks - Brian Reitzell & Jahking Guillory

Self Made - Keith Jenkins

Slow Trap - Nanasour

Travel To Oakland - Brian Reitzell

Sincerely Yours

37 - Roach Gigz

Hella Super High - YMTK

Wave on $Wim - Dave Steezy

Get Stupid (Remix) - Mac Dre

Aye - Jay Casio

In You (I Found Love) - Charles Bradley

Sideshow - Blue Magic

Fireworks Went Off - Brian Reitzell

Flaco Arrives - Brian Reitzell

Flaco Chases Brandon - Brian Reitzell

Party & Bullshit (Dialog Interlude 2) - Jahking Guillory

606 in the 510 - Brian Reitzell

Various Artists - Kicks: Original Soundtrack (2xLP - Red Vinyl)
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180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl, numbered to 500!

In director Justin Tipping's feature debut Kicks, nothing is as simple as it seems. It is the story of a fifteen-year-old Brandon longing for a pair of the freshest sneakers that money can buy. Assuming that merely having them on his feet will help him escape the reality of being poor, neglected by the opposite sex and picked on by everyone - even his best friends. Working hard to get them, he soon finds that the titular shoes have instead made him a target after they are promptly snatched by Flaco, a local hood. Brandon goes on a mission to retrieve his stolen sneakers.

The director intentionally derived local artists, including Roach Gigz, Dave Steezy, and Nanosaur, as well as the late Dre and Iamsu! from the San Fransisco Bay Area where the film is set.

Composer Brian Reitzell from the Bay Area is notable for his soundtracks on the The Virgin Suicides, Lost in Translation, Marie Antoinette, The Bling Ring and as a drummer for the French electronica duo Air. He was nominated for a BAFTA for the score of the film Lost in Translation.

The soundtrack features previously unreleased tracks from Nanosaur, Jay Casio and Reitzell, as well as two dialogue interludes set to lyrics from Notorious B.I.G.'s 1993 single ''Party and Bullshit'' and tracks by Wu-Tang Clan, Charles Bradley, RJD2 and Mac Dre.