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Ok. Here's the thing. You know how they say that if you're hounded by a question, you should write it down, put it in a bottle and throw it out to sea and someone across the world who knows the answer will find it and answer it in the same way? Yeah well, ok, they don't ACTUALLY say that because it sounds pretty stupid, but I'm going to do something similar now. Here goes.

WHAT'S THE NAME OF THE TRACK THAT PLAYS DURING THE CASINO CHASE SEQUENCE IN 21 AND THE TRAIN FIGHT SEQUENCE (AFTER VINCENT CASSEL SAYS, "THEN YOU SPOKE TO LEMARC") IN OCEAN'S TWELVE?

It's a question that's frustrated me for months now, and the combined powers of Google, Youtube, IMDB have not given me an answer. So please please please, if you know the name of that track, leave me a comment.

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Akshay said…
I haven't watched 21 but a quick comparison of soundtracks courtesy Wikipedia suggests that it might be "Rito a Los Angeles" by Giuseppe De Luca, which features part of the main riff of "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida".
Lazy Lavender said…
Wikipedia says this about tracks in 21:

The track played as the team makesr the end of the film is "Rito a Los Angeles" by Giuseppe De Luca, which features part of the main riff of "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida". This track is also used in Ocean's Twelve, the first sequel to the caper film Ocean's Eleven, about actually robbing casinos in Vegas.
Veda said…
Thank you, all. That was very helpful.

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