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Pulp Fiction (Music from the Motion Picture)

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Download links and information about Pulp Fiction (Music from the Motion Picture). This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 41:11 minutes.

Release date: 2009
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 20
Duration: 41:11
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No. Title Length
1. Pumpkin and Honey Bunny (Dialogue) (Dick Dale & His Del - Tones, Tim Roth, Amanda Plummer) 0:13
2. Misirlou (Single Version) (Dick Dale & His Del - Tones) 2:14
3. Royale With Cheese (Dialogue Excerpt from "Pulp Fiction") (John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson) 1:43
4. Jungle Boogie (Kool & The Gang) 3:05
5. Let's Stay Together (Al Green) 3:15
6. Bustin' Surfboards (Single Version) (The Tornados) 2:27
7. Lonesome Town (Ricky Nelson) 2:13
8. Son of a Preacher Man (Dusty Springfield) 2:26
9. Zed's Dead Baby (Dialogue) (Bruce Willis, María De Medeiros / Maria De Medeiros, The Centurians) 0:12
10. Bullwinkle, Pt. 2 (The Centurians) 2:17
11. Jack Rabbit Slims Twist Contest (Dialogue) (Jerome Patrick Hoban) 0:32
12. You Never Can Tell (1964 Single Version) [Mono] (Chuck Berry) 2:41
13. Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon (Urge Overkill) 3:10
14. If Love Is a Red Dress (Hang Me In Rags) (Maria McKee) 4:55
15. Bring Out the Gimp (Dialogue) (Duane Whitaker, Peter Greene, The Revels) 0:08
16. Comanche (Single Version) (The Revels) 2:03
17. Flowers On the Wall (The Statler Brothers) 2:23
18. Personality Goes a Long Way (Dialogue Excerpt from "Pulp Fiction") (John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson) 1:01
19. Surf Rider (The Lively Ones) 3:19
20. Ezekiel 25:17 (Samuel L. Jackson) 0:54

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At the time of its 1994 release, most songs on the soundtrack of Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction were overshadowed by the charting success of Urge Overkill’s cover of Neil Diamond’s “Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon.” Though the band didn’t deviate much from the original recording, frontman Nash Kato replaced the Spanish guitar for a vintage Fender surf tone, which fit perfectly with the rest of the soundtrack. Dick Dale’s 1962 reworking of the 1927 Middle Eastern folk song “Misirlou” properly sets the soundtrack's tone, with over-reverberated leads played at Dale’s signature breakneck speed. Other surf-rock gems include The Tornadoes' “Bustin’ Surfboards” and The Centurians' saxophone-heavy “Bullwinkle, Pt. 2.” Aside from twangy instrumentals, Tarantino digs up golden oldies like Dusty Springfield’s sultry “Son of a Preacher Man” and Ricky Nelson’s “Lonesome Town.” Similar to the soundtrack of 1992’s Reservoir Dogs, this collection is peppered with various soundbites from the film—the funniest of which involves dialogue between John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson regarding European fast food, as well as Jackson’s dramatic recounting of Ezekiel 25:17.