The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson's eighth feature length film is out today, and it's shaping up to be another strong entry in one of the best filmography's of modern cinema.

If you haven't picked up its soundtrack yet you might want to hold off for a while, because the director and his music supervisor Randal Poster are said to be working on a boxset of every film soundtrack they've worked on together. From Anderson's debut Bottle Rocket all the way through to The Grand Budapest Hotel. It includes ten soundtrack albums all in all, one for each of Anderson's eight feature films along with Seu Jorge's The Life Aquatic Studio Sessions, his acoustic, Portuguese interpretations of the work of David Bowie used in The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.

The boxset will be released later this year by ABKCO Records, for a rundown of what to expect from it check out the 405's own Richard Hayward running down some essential tracks from Wes Anderson's Filmography here and watch the trailer for The Grand Budapest Hotel below.

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