Saturday, November 10, 2012

v/a: pump up the volume: the complete soundtrack

released: 1990

admit it...there's been a time in your life where you were ready to run a radio station out of that small room in your parent's basement...but you weren't able to because it ended up being used for...well...you don't exactly know what's going on on in there because your dad put a door up...and their are 3 locks on the door...

actually...they don't even allow you to go into the basement anymore....

but i digress...

there's been a point in everyone's life where they wanted to have their ownradio station so you could show off your kick-ass taste in music and your knowledge of that kick-ass music...because you know chicks really dig it when you rant on and on and on about that single from that band that was released in a limited amount over in that country...

but i digress...

we've all seen this movie at some point in our life

and we all like it...don't fool yourself,kid

christian slater and his hair are living the dream (and you know christian slater had street cred at one time...i mean...he was a skater in the movieGLEAMING THE CUBE...and he was that guy that talked to the ghost of elvis and proved that it was in fact "white boy day" in TRUE ROMANCE)

i found this on some random site awhile back...and what someone did was mixed the original movie soundtrack with the score and added all of the other songs not originally found on the OG soundtrack (example: "love comes in spurts" by richard hell & the voidoids..."the scenario" by the beastie boys..."wienerschnitzel" by the descendents..."hello dad...i'm in jail" by was (not was))

follow me?

and remember...eat your cereal with a fork and do your homework in the dark

DL: part 1
DL: part 2




2 comments:

Anonymous said...

loved this movie when it came out. still quite enjoy it. it's one of the few soundtracks from that period that still stands as a good compilation of songs.

Dean Spicoli said...

"Kick Out The Jams" (w-The Bad Brains) was the pinnacle of Henri Rollins post-Black Flag repertoire. Overall a fine soundtrack for 1990: an era in limbo for the sanity of Punk.Grunge.Alt.etc. when the future neo-clown right-wingnut Scott Shannon was polluting the FM waves with his Pirate Radio bullshitmat.

 
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