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Pulp Fiction [180GRAM / Yellow Vinyl] - arantino used an eclectic assortment of songs by Various Artists. Notable songs include Dick Dale's now-iconic rendition of "Misirlou", which is played during the opening credits. Tarantino chose surf music for the basic score of the film because, "it just seems like rock 'n' roll Ennio Morricone music, rock 'n' roll spaghetti Western music."
Pulp Fiction [180GRAM / Yellow Vinyl] - arantino used an eclectic assortment of songs by Various Artists. Notable songs include Dick Dale's now-iconic rendition of "Misirlou", which is played during the opening credits. Tarantino chose surf music for the basic score of the film because, "it just seems like rock 'n' roll Ennio Morricone music, rock 'n' roll spaghetti Western music."
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Pulp Fiction / O.S.T. [Limited Edition] (Ylw)
Artist: Pulp Fiction / O.S.T.
Format: Vinyl
New: OUT OF STOCK. Contact us for availability.
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1. Pumpkin And Honey Bunny/Misirlou - Dick Dale ; His Del-Tones, Tim Roth, Amanda Plummer
2. Royale With Cheese - John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson
3. Jungle Boogie - Kool ; The Gang
4. Let's Stay Together - Al Green
5. Bustin' Surfboards - The Tornados
6. Lonesome Town - Ricky Nelson
7. Son Of A Preacher Man - Dusty Springfield
8. Zed's Dead, Baby/Bullwinkle Part II - Maria De Medeiros, Bruce Willis, The Centurians
9. You Never Can Tell -
10. Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon - Urge Overkill
11. If Love Is A Red Dress (Hang Me In Rags) - Maria McKee
12. Bring Out The Gimp/Comanche - Peter Greene, Duane Whitaker, The Revels
13. Flowers On The Wall - The Statler Brothers
14. Personality Goes A Long Way - John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson
15. Surf Rider - The Lively Ones
16. Ezekiel 25:17 - Samuel L. Jackson

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Pulp Fiction [180GRAM / Yellow Vinyl] - arantino used an eclectic assortment of songs by Various Artists. Notable songs include Dick Dale's now-iconic rendition of "Misirlou", which is played during the opening credits. Tarantino chose surf music for the basic score of the film because, "it just seems like rock 'n' roll Ennio Morricone music, rock 'n' roll spaghetti Western music."
        
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