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Gaslight Anthem, Jakob Dylan Contribute to 'NCIS: Los Angeles' – Album Premiere

Soundtrack also includes Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Ice Cube, LL Cool J

April 8, 2013 10:00 AM ET
NCIS: Los Angeles Soundtrack
NCIS: Los Angeles Soundtrack
Courtesy Artists' Addiction Records

Previously unreleased music from the Gaslight Anthem, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Jakob Dylan and more will appear on the upcoming NCIS: Los Angeles soundtrack, a new compilation that features a wide array of artists whose music has appeared on the hit CBS show.

Due April 16th on Artists' Addiction Records, the compilation pairs the Gaslight Anthem's mournful, heart ravaged "Misery" and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's grimy, transfixing "Devil in the Backseat" with older offerings like series star LL Cool J's somber, Ne-Yo-assisted "No More"; Ice Cube's thundering "Everythang's Corrupt"; and the seductive spaghetti western neo-soul of Caro Emerald's "Lipstick on His Collar."

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