Pulp Fiction - Original Movie Soundtrack

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    The second movie by Quentin Tarantino made music an important part in the movie, rediscovering old groups and old bands along with contemporary ones that made music with the spirit of the movie. Pulp Fiction put the light on Urge Overkill, with the song Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon and made Misirlou by the surf rocker Dick Dale a hit of the 90s.

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        Anonymous
        September 20, 2017
        "What can I say? The cool music is mixed in with bits of dialogue from the film. People walk into my office thinking I am a square, and then they hear..."And I will strike thee down with Furiuos Anger...Bang Bang Bang!". Oh well. I had to have the music just so it would not play again and again in my head. I bought this on suggestion from the website when I went to buy Kill Bill. I am glad I did. It makes a great set, and it has different music I would not normally buy. I like to play it in the car so it feels like I am in the movie. The box was new(?), and the CD plays without flaws."
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        Anonymous
        October 14, 2017
        "If you liked the movie Pulp Fiction, you should give their soundtrack a listen. It is a various artists soundtrack that features well known and new bands, and it creates a good mix of sounds for an album."
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        Anonymous
        September 20, 2017
        "Pulp fiction is a great movie. My children and I watch it together every summer. The music is very memorable and it didn't occur to me that the audio cd would be readily available on amazon."
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        Anonymous
        October 31, 2017
        "good choice but not the best"
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