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Puscifer Does Remix-Heavy Soundtrack to Maynard James Keenan's Wine Movie

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Tool singer Maynard James Keenan's side project Puscifer has released a soundtrack to the documentary about his winery. Sound Into Blood Into Wine compiles 12 tracks that accompany Blood Into Wine and will be available September 7, the same day the film comes out on DVD.

Most of the tracks are actually just "countrified" (their word, not mine) remixes from the first two Puscifer

records, but that probably won't stop Keenan's die-hard fans.

Though it seems like forever since this flick came out, he's still promoting it heavily, planning to take part in a Screening/Q&A in Jerome on August 8.

Full track list and an MP3 of one of the unremixed songs below.

1. Sour grapes Where's The Line? Mix
2. Momma Sed Vis4V mix
3. Queen B Vis4V mix
4. The Undertaker Vis4V mix
5. Drunk with Power Vis4V mix
6. Rev 22:20 Dry Martini mix
7. Indigo Children Vis4V mix
8. The Mission M is for Milla mix
9. The Humbling River Nagual del Judith mix
10. World Up My Ass 7 inch mix
11. Sour Grapes Legend of the mix
12. The Humbling River Duet mix

Puscifer - Rev 22-20 by atinati

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