Playlist - Suuns' "Best musical moments from our tourbus DVDs" inc Rolling Stones, Radiohead, Bee Gees

Having released their acclaimed second album Images Du Futur earlier this year, Montreal's Sunns kick off their UK tour a week on in Brighton (13 May). However rather than tour the country, it seems the band's dates will be something of a cinema club based on their DVD collection. Guitarist Joseph Yarmush has created Q a Playlist based on the best musical moments in the films they'll be taking on the road with them.

Q Lazzarus - Goodbye Horses (Silence Of The Lambs) "Insane scene in an insane movie. Insane song by someone who I know nothing about. I think some cool bands covered this once too."

Angelo Badalamenti - Red Bats with Teeth (Lost Highway) "Ben [Shemie, singer] doesn't like this soundtrack. I think it's awesome. I like the straight ahead bass line and the skronk sax."

Radiohead - Talk Show Host (Romeo And Juliet) "One of my favourite Radiohead songs. Good movie if you're 15."

Charles Wright And The Watts 103 Band - Do Your Thing (Boogie Nights) "This scene fucked me up when I saw it. Sex mixed with death and drugs. It was too much at the time."

Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter (Casino) "Heaviest Stones' tune of all time. Sick Joe Pesci movie. I don't know."

Jive Talkin' - Bee Gees (Saturday Night Fever) "They got the beat while riding in car over a bridge. The wheels were chugging every half second. Boom, disco, smooth bass, cocaine."

Hayden - Trees Lounge (Trees Lounge) "Canadian movie starring Steve Buscemi. Low budget. Awesome film. This is the theme song and it's awesome."

Kavinsky - Nightcall (Drive) "I liked this movie. Thoroughly entertained. I liked this song a lot too. Haven't heard in a while, but I remember it being smooth as silk."

Notorious B.I.G.- Juicy (Notorious) "Threesomes? Making up rhymes on the spot? Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis... Everyone knows that line."

Bernard Hermann - All The Animals Come Out At Night (Taxi Driver) "My favourite movie. Smooth jazz. Seemed to work well with rainy, night scenes of NYC in the seventies."

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