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About this box
This box is a celebration of three truly iconic movie soundtracks, curated in collaboration with Picturehouse Cinemas. From Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction and Kill Billl, to the incredible music of 2017's Baby Driver, these soundtracks will leave you on the edge of your seat.
So get ready to drop that needle and immerse yourself in a Night at the Movies - the sound of vinyl that will make the hairs stand up on the back of your neck.
This VinylBox contains a track walk-through sleevenote written by VinylBox and Udiscover - listening notes to guide you through the boxset.
Albums in this box
Kill Bill Volume 1
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Kill Bill (Soundtrack)
Tarantino's mind sketched onto the soundtrack for this magnificent album
Considering Tarantino's penchant for the wilfully obscure and talent for dusting off old gems, it's not surprising this overtly eclectic collection makes fascinating listening. Along with the jarring dialogue excerpts, comes delightful gems such as Santa Esmeralda's masterful "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood". There's the slide guitar-fuelled rockabilly cool of Charlie Feathers' "That Certain Female", Spaghetti Western atmospherics from Luis Bacalov, and Wu Tang Clan rapper RZA belting out "Ode to Oren". Not for the faint eared then, but despite breaking every continuity rule in the book, it makes for marvellous listening.
- Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)
- That Certain Female
- The Grand Duel (Parte Prima)
- Twisted Nerve
- Queen of the Crime Council
- Ode to O-ren Ishii
- Run Fay Run
- Green Hornet Theme
- Battle Without Honour or Humanity
- Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood
- Woo Hoo
- Crane/White Lightning
- The Flower of Carnage
- The Lonely Shepherd
- You’re My Wicked Life
Baby Driver (Soundtrack)
A soundtrack on vinyl to take your breath away
With each song, Wright has incorporated the beats, instruments, music, and lyrics in the actual film's story, where the characters do or say something to every aspect of the music. It's a musical opus in a very Edgar Wright sort of way. Being on vinyl, there is no compression here, but rather a full sound of the highs and lows of every bass note and guitar chord. There is no digital sound here like you would find on an digital, but rather an analog sound on this double LP 180g vinyl that just takes your breath away.
- The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Bellbottoms
- Bob & Earl – Harlem Shuffle
- Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers - Egyptian Reggae
- Googie Rene – Smokey Joe's La La
- The Beach Boys – Let's Go Away For Awhile
- Carla Thomas – B-A-B-Y
- Kashmere Stage Band – Kashmere
- The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Unsquare Dance
- The Damned – Neat Neat Neat
- Commodores – Easy
- T. Rex – Debora
- Beck – Debra
- The Incredible Bongo Band – Bongolia
- Detroit Emeralds – Baby Let Me Take You (In My Arms)
- Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated* – Early In The Morning
- David McCallum – The Edge
- Martha Reeves & The Vandellas – Nowhere To Run
- Button Down Brass* – Tequila
- Sam & Dave– When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
- Brenda Holloway – Every Little Bit Hurts
- Blur– Intermission
- Focus (2) – Hocus Pocus
- Golden Earring – Radar Love
- Barry White – Never, Never Gone Give Ya Up
- Young MC – Know How
- Queen – Brighton Rock
- Sky Ferreira – Easy
- Simon & Garfunkel – Baby Driver
- Kid Koala – "Was He Slow?"
The musical universe of Pulp Fiction is as freewheeling and culturally omnivorous as its screenplay: Here is a quintessential ’90s film in which a ’70s disco icon dances the twist in a ’50s-themed burger joint. Quentin Tarantino approached the score of his film the way skillful rap producers approach sampling, digging up and recontextualizing lost gems from the vinyl era, finding a certain crazed intensity in ’60s surf-rock tunes. (In fact, the soundtrack’s commercial success briefly reinvigorated surf music’s prominence in America.)
- Pumpkin And Honey Bunny
- Royale With Cheese [Explicit]
- Jungle Boogie
- Let's Stay Together
- Bustin' Surfboards
- Lonesome Town
- Son Of A Preacher Man
- Zed's Dead Baby
- Bullwinkle (Pt. II)
- Jack Rabbit Slims Twist Contest
- You Never Can Tell
- Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon
- If Love Is A Red Dress (Hang Me In Rags)
- Bring Out The Gimp
- Flowers On The Wall
- Personality Goes A Long Way [Explicit] Surf Rider
- Ezekiel 25:17
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