Published Nov 30, 2011We've known for quite some time now that Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross were in cahoots to bring us the soundtrack for director David Fincher's adaptation of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, but details on its sounds thus far have been murky. Things began to clear up today (November 30), though, when Reznor tweeted news that his How to Destroy Angels project, which also includes Ross and Reznor's wife Mariqueen Maandig, has recorded a cover of an old Bryan Ferry cut to add to the collection.
"Yes, David Fincher asked us to do a cover of Bryan Ferry's 'Is Your Love Strong Enough?' for Dragon Tattoo. It will be on the soundtrack," he posted.
This won't be the first time the tune has showed up onscreen, as the original track, sung by Ferry and featuring guitar work from Pink Floyd's David Gilmour, popped up as the closing theme to Ridley Scott's 1985 fantasy flick Legend.
Both the tracklisting and North American release date for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo score have yet to be announced, but another Reznor tweet has braced us for a massive multi-disc affair.
"Working with @rob_sheridan and Neil Kellerhouse on a cool package to house the Dragon Tattoo soundtrack's SIX vinyls."
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo hit theatres December 21.