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|ISBN:||Does not apply||Manufacturer:||WACR2|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||2031796||MPN:||2031796|
|Record Label||Warner Bros.|
|Genre||Psychedelic, Rock & Pop|
|Playing Time||38 min.|
|Producer||Buddy Killen, Kathy Malloy, Susan Rose, Brigette Boyle|
|Disc 1||1. The Last Race, 2. It's You Baby, 3. Paranoia Prima, 4. Planning & Scheming, 5. Jeepster, 6. Stuntman Mike, 7. Staggolee, 8. The (May Be Your Own) Love You Save, 9. Bad Love Good Love, 10. Down in Mexico, 11. Hold Tight, 12. Sally and Jack - (From The M), 13. It's So Easy, 14. Whatever-However, 15. Riot in Thunder Alley, 16. Chick Habit|
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This disc is a great buy for discovering some good 1970's tracks which have somehow fallen into obscurity. The soundtrack includes some surf guitar, some rock, some soul music and also a tune from Ennio Morricone, the composer of much of Sergio Leone's scores. Tarantino is always able to get a hold of diverse and interesting music for his movies and Death Proof is no exception. The song which initially got my attention was the track titled "Hold Tight". If you've seen the movie then you would have learned that that was the band that Pete Townsend almost left the Who to join. Anyone who dug either the Pulp Fiction or Reservoir Dogs soundtracks ought to won this one as well.
Great Sound track
Lot of Great Songs, from the opening by Jack Nitzche to the last song by April MMarch. Checking out April March on Youtube, she has a couple of other great songs: On her video Mignonette, proves that a woman at 30 can be so cute. From there she turned me on to France Gall. But April March's version of "Cet Air La" beats out France Gall's version. April March never attempts big dance numbers and tries to raise the sex bar, so therefore she is not MTV material. Don't trust me, see for yourself about April March and France Gall. Also, I was surprised that there is video of France Gall with Elton John & Cindi Lauper.