David Bowie/The Rebels - "Revolutionary Song" (4:42)
Marlene Dietrich - "Just A Gigolo" (3:34)
Review: Here's something to get Bowie fans hot under the collar: a first worldwide pressing of the Thin White Duke's "Revolutionary Song", his only contribution to the soundtrack of 1978 West German flick "Just A Gigolo", in which he also starred alongside silver screen legend Marlene Dietrich. The song was recorded with a local band of musicians hastily dubbed "The Rebels" and sees Bowie in classic crooner mode, adding his distinctive vocals to a jangly, largely acoustic number that's effectively a folksy take on waltz. Over on side B there's a chance to enjoy one of Marlene Dietrich's last ever recordings: an atmospheric cover of 1930s cabaret standard "Just A Gigolo" which ended up being the movie's title track.
Review: Of Mics & Men is a four part Netflix series chronicling legendary hip hop group Wu-Tang Clan's storied history. This accompanying soundtrack release features new music from the group, as well as skits based on never-before-heard stories from footage that didn't make the final cut of the documentary series. It finds the crew in fine flow, with all their trademark chilling atmospheres, smart samples and mesmerising verses telling fast paced stories in vivid detail. Fans old and new will not be disappointed with this one.