Pulp Fiction Movie Soundtrack

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1. Pumpkin and Honey Bunny [Dialogue]/Misirlou - Roth, Tim
2. Royale With Cheese [Dialogue] - Jackson, Samuel L
3. Jungle Boogie - Kool & The Gang
4. Let's Stay Together - Green, Al
5. Bustin' Surfboards - Tornados
6. Lonesome Town - Nelson, Ricky
7. Son of a Preacher Man - Springfield, Dusty
8. Zed's Dead, Baby [Dialogue]/Bullwinkle Part II - Medeiros, Maria De
9. Jack Rabbit Slims Twist Contest [Dialogue]/You Never Can Tell - Hoban, Jerome Patri
10. Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon - Urge Overkill
11. If Love Is a Red Dress (Hang Me in Rags) - McKee, Maria
12. Bring Out the Gimp [Dialogue]/Comanche - Green, Peter
13. Flowers on the Wall - Statler Borthers
14. Personality Goes a Long Way [Dialogue] - Travolta, John
15. Surf Rider - Lively Ones
16. Ezekiel [Dialogue] - Jackson, Samuel L

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Lifting at just the right times the sountrack to Pulp Fiction keeps the atmosphere for this action movie locked in true suspence. Athough the CD starts off with dialogue from scenes of the movie followed by the happy & rather upbeat track 'Jungle Boogie' by Kool & the Gang, the Movie itself sets the pace with highly adrenaline fueled surf guitar rock as it's opener. The movie finishes on a more soulfull & slightly melancholy note with the second of the two surf guitar songs on the album
creating the feeling of a well deserved exit. The two surf guitar songs are the classics, 'Bustin' surfboards' by the tornadoes and 'Surf Rider' by the Lively Ones. Another stand out track which notably gives the movie a lift at just the right time is the song 'Girl, you'll be a Woman Soon' by Urge Overkill, which also contains a slight meloncholy feel with a touch of optimism. The songs are used to great effect in the movie and the timing & choice of the songs is skillfully matched to the direction of the scipt and actors in the movie itself. This last mentioned song appears in the movie just before the unforgettable scene of Mia's drug overdose, helping the viewer relate to the saddness in her which may have been part of the cause to her reckless actions. When listening to the disk itself however, there are reminders of the movie in the tracks of dialogue, but the listener is able to detach themself somewhat from the meanings to the songs interprited in the movie and focus more on the music on the CD itself, which is a brilliant compilation in its own right.

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