As you've likely noticed by now, you can't have a Bourne film without Moby's 18 staple "Extreme Ways." This time around, the electronic icon teamed up with composers Joe Trapanese and James Newton Howard (yeah, whoa) plus a 110-piece orchestra to create a sweeping new version of the song for the Bourne Legacy soundtrack.
Check out the new version plus an especially cinematic orchestra-only version below.
"Extreme Ways" (Bourne Legacy Version)
Still love the original string loop, but the new version has been decked out with an all-new funky groove and, of course, the full orchestra. It's endlessly fascinating to me that such an unassuming song (or at least I thought so when 18 first came out) has managed to last so long through these movies. Unimpressed? Hop »
- Brett Warner
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