The Grindhouse Soundtrack

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by ThaDuke » Sat Mar 31, 2007 4:09 am

I find myself unable to stop listening to Chick Habit..and the soundtrack hasn't even come out yet.....

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Sylvia » Sat Mar 31, 2007 5:30 pm

Sample Planet Terror ost on itunes!
http://www.apple.com/itunes/store/

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Laydback » Sat Mar 31, 2007 5:53 pm

Thanks! There's definetly a John Carpenter-feeling for a few of those ("Police Station Assault" and "Zero to Fifty in Four")

Couldn't recognize anything that's found on the official site, but these are only samples afterall.

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Darth Bowie » Sat Mar 31, 2007 5:56 pm

Sylvia wrote: Sample Planet Terror ost on itunes!
http://www.apple.com/itunes/store/
Yesssss.

;D

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by SeanZombie » Sun Apr 01, 2007 2:13 am

yes VERY carpentery

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Maul » Sun Apr 01, 2007 9:03 am

itunes now has the full planet terror soundtrack for download for just 9.99!

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Navajas » Sun Apr 01, 2007 10:37 am

I searched for it on itunes, couldnt find it
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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Maul » Sun Apr 01, 2007 4:14 pm

just search "Planet Terror"

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Darth Bowie » Tue Apr 03, 2007 3:53 am

My Death Proof and Planet Terror soundtracks just shipped from Amazon.

;D 8)

I will receive them two days after the release date.

>:(

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by ToothpickVicVega » Thu Apr 12, 2007 8:09 pm

- One of the non soundtrack songs playing during the big car chase is the title theme to the polizioteschi film "La Polizia sta a Guardare" (1973) Score by Stelvio Cipriani. I have this song on the Love & Death CD that came with the No Shame Films' Luciano Ercoli Death Box 2 DVD set. 
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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by federico » Wed Apr 18, 2007 7:35 pm

I LIVE IN ROME (ITALY), I DON'T SEE DEATH PROOF,
BUT THE "POLIZIOTTESCHI" TRACK PLAYED IN THE CHASE IS:

ITALIA A MANO ARMATA (MAIN THEME)
COMPOSED BY FRANCO MICALIZZI (THE KING OF THE "POLIZIOTTESCHI" SOUNDTRACKS)
( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0179901/ )

THE COMPLETE SOUNDTRACK OF "ITALIA A MANO ARMATA":
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AVAIABLE 11 June 2007 from BEAT RECORDS ( http://www.beatrecords.it/index.aspx)

THE "ITALIA A MANO ARMATA" THEME IS PRESENT ON VARIOUS "POLIZIOTTESCHI" COMPILATION:
http://www.soundtrackcollector.com/cata ... ieid=24467

FIVE MINUTES OF "ITALIA A MANO ARMATA" FROM YOUTUBE.COM (THERE IS THE TRACK):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPmnArBkxy0
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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by ToothpickVicVega » Wed Apr 18, 2007 7:39 pm

Thanks Federico!  8)

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by TurboMan » Wed Apr 18, 2007 8:59 pm

Chick Habbit = most awesome song ever

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by ToothpickVicVega » Wed Apr 18, 2007 9:03 pm

What I want to know is what happened to "Its So Easy" by Willy Deville! I love that tune and its not in the movie!

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Laydback » Wed Apr 18, 2007 9:56 pm

"Down in Mexico" didn't appear either.

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by ToothpickVicVega » Wed Apr 18, 2007 10:09 pm

I was sure that Down In Mexico was gonna play when we first saw Mike, but it wasnt. Really weird to have songs on the soundtrack that arent in the film at all. They gotta be in the full cut of the film, thats what it is.

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by TurboMan » Wed Apr 18, 2007 10:30 pm

didn't Down in Mexico play during one of the chase scenes?

could be wrong

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by ToothpickVicVega » Wed Apr 18, 2007 10:32 pm

No, Down In Mexico was a bar type song that would play on the jukebox in the first half.

The music that played during the big car chase at the end was Riot In Thunder Alley (when Mike first comes at them) then Italian crime film music mostly.
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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Sebastian » Wed Apr 18, 2007 10:33 pm

it played really shortly on mike's car radio or something

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Post by ToothpickVicVega » Wed Apr 18, 2007 10:36 pm

I remember hearing all the music in the film on the OST except Down In Mexico and Its So Easy.

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Laydback » Thu Apr 19, 2007 8:38 pm

Laydback wrote: "Hold Tight" video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kD02PU28NNw

^I can picture Jungle Julia head-banging to it's opening  ;D
Heh, I was right about that. I rock  :P

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Inglorious_Bastard » Fri Apr 20, 2007 1:08 pm

My favorite song from the DP soundtrack is Hold Tight. I love that scene! 8)

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by ThaDuke » Sat Apr 21, 2007 5:56 am

Jack Rabbit Slim wrote: My favorite song from the DP soundtrack is Hold Tight. I love that scene! 8)
Word.


A lot of the songs that were'nt in the movie, I'm sure we'll see in the full length Death Proof when it comes to DVD.

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by moussemaker » Wed Apr 25, 2007 11:21 pm

http://music.miaminewtimes.com/2007-04- ... use-music/

Grindhouse Music
Ever wonder how Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez come up with such awesome soundtracks?
By Cole Haddon 
Published: April 26, 2007

Directors Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez know a thing or two about music and the movies. Tarantino's soundtracks have become pop culture staples, while Rodriguez scores his own movies. We sat down with them recently to discuss their new double feature, Grindhouse, and how music affects their creative process.

New Times: Quentin, when do you begin to introduce music into your filmmaking process and what role does it play?

Quentin Tarantino: For the majority, for the killer tracks, I usually come up with [those] during the writing of the film. I have a room next to my bedroom — my record room — and I have a big record recollection. It looks like a little used record store. It's even broken down into genres and subgenres, with stuff in bins. So my thing is to actually dive into my record collection and what I'm looking for is the beat of what this next movie's going to be, the rhythm of it. I start with the opening credit sequence. If I can find the right piece of music and stylistic opening credit sequence for it, then I might actually make this movie. It's the tone-setter. It sets it off; I know the beat, I know the rhythm.

NT: Can you give examples?

Tarantino: In the case of, say, Jackie Brown, that movie moved to the rhythm of old-school Seventies soul. In the case of Pulp Fiction it moved to the rhythm of surf music. Also writing is hard. If you get a good idea for a sequence that will work with this piece of music, that's like my catnip. Whenever I get tired or I need a boost, I just go over to my record room and play that piece of music and imagine an audience sitting and watching the sequence I haven't shot yet to that music and how they'll ooh, ahh, this and that.

NT: Robert, can you talk about how you began composing your own scores?

Robert Rodriguez: [I would think,] "I've been writing this movie so long, I don't want to just turn it over to a composer five weeks before the movie comes out." Then they just write a bunch of music and, hopefully, I'll like it all. [It was] Danny Elfman who inspired me to do more and asked me, "Why don't you write your own score? You play guitar."

NT: So how has scoring your own movies affected your filmmaking process?

Rodriguez: I found that it became exciting to write music as I was writing the script, like writing themes for characters. In the case of Grindhouse, before I even started my second pass at the script, I came up with the "Grindhouse Theme." That kind of informed everything. "Hmm, that sounds like a grind dance. I need to have a character dancing over the opening titles. Well, I should make the girl who loses her leg a dancer then." That's how much the music was informing the characters and scenes. You actually have music coming from the same place these characters come from. It's a really cool way to do it if you can do it that way.

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Sebastian » Wed Apr 25, 2007 11:52 pm

i dont own the planet terror OST yet, does anyone? comments?

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Matticus » Fri Apr 27, 2007 4:43 am

Two things:

1) I can't figure out how to find that "ITALIA A MANO ARMATA" soundtrack off of any of those sites.

2) I recognized Keith Mansfield's "Funky Fanfare" in the credits as not being on the Death Proof soundtrack. Maybe this is the funky music after the cars ramp onto the highway at the end of DP?

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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by KillJackieDeathPulpReserv » Fri Apr 27, 2007 5:22 am

Sebastian wrote: it played really shortly on mike's car radio or something
Actually, I predict that the lapdance will be set to "Down in Mexico". Listen to it. It's easy to visualize it.
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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by ToothpickVicVega » Sun Apr 29, 2007 11:40 am

moussemaker wrote:
New Times: Quentin, when do you begin to introduce music into your filmmaking process and what role does it play?

Quentin Tarantino: For the majority, for the killer tracks, I usually come up with [those] during the writing of the film. I have a room next to my bedroom — my record room — and I have a big record recollection. It looks like a little used record store. It's even broken down into genres and subgenres, with stuff in bins. So my thing is to actually dive into my record collection and what I'm looking for is the beat of what this next movie's going to be, the rhythm of it. I start with the opening credit sequence. If I can find the right piece of music and stylistic opening credit sequence for it, then I might actually make this movie. It's the tone-setter. It sets it off; I know the beat, I know the rhythm.

NT: Can you give examples?

Tarantino: In the case of, say, Jackie Brown, that movie moved to the rhythm of old-school Seventies soul. In the case of Pulp Fiction it moved to the rhythm of surf music. Also writing is hard. If you get a good idea for a sequence that will work with this piece of music, that's like my catnip. Whenever I get tired or I need a boost, I just go over to my record room and play that piece of music and imagine an audience sitting and watching the sequence I haven't shot yet to that music and how they'll ooh, ahh, this and that.
Too cool. QTs got a mini used record store in his house. It probably looks like Rob Gordon's apartment in High Fidelity. Thats so awesome. I love that "Its my catnip". haha! :)
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Re: The Grindhouse Soundtrack

Post by Tarantino32 » Thu May 03, 2007 11:11 pm

Same musics hasn't in the cd.

When the manager says the miss film reels

When the little blue lion walk in the wood

When Stutman and Pam ride in the city

And when appear "The End"

More two:

Micalizzi Franco - Italia Mano Armata
Keith Mansfield - Funky fanfare (Shaw brothers theme)

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