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Songs that should be in a Tarantino Film


#1

The melody and everything are made for his films!



BIRDY / 22 PISTEPIRKKO (Finnish band)



HERE COMES MY DARLING

SAYING HELLO YOU

HEY WHY YOU LOOK SO WORRIED

WHAT’S SO WRONG WITH YOU



I FELT SOMETHING EVIL

LYING IN MY ROOM

IT MAKES ME REALLY SCARED

DON’T YOU FEEL IT TOO



I KNOW, IT DON’T REALLY MATTER

DOES IT REALLY MATTER

IF WE GO INSANE, MY DARLING

DO WE ALWAYS STICK TOGETHER

DOES IT REALLY MATTER

IF WE GO INSANE, MY DARLING



YOU SAID YOU SAW SHOOTING

ON A MARKET SQUARE

SINCE WHEN I HAVE BEEN DULL

TO SEE BLOOD IN EVERYWHERE

THIS TIME MAN WAS YOUR UNCLE

YOU WONDER WHAT WENT WRONG

HE ALWAYS LOOKED SO HARMLESS

WALKING ON HIS OWN



I KNOW …

1.VERSE

CHORUS …


#2

I think really suitable song for his movie would be:

BIRDY / 22 Pistepirkko (this is a band from finland)



HERE COMES MY DARLING

SAYING HELLO YOU

HEY WHY YOU LOOK SO WORRIED

WHAT’S SO WRONG WITH YOU



I FELT SOMETHING EVIL

LYING IN MY ROOM

IT MAKES ME REALLY SCARED

DON’T YOU FEEL IT TOO



I KNOW, IT DON’T REALLY MATTER

DOES IT REALLY MATTER

IF WE GO INSANE, MY DARLING

DO WE ALWAYS STICK TOGETHER

DOES IT REALLY MATTER

IF WE GO INSANE, MY DARLING



YOU SAID YOU SAW SHOOTING

ON A MARKET SQUARE

SINCE WHEN I HAVE BEEN DULL

TO SEE BLOOD IN EVERYWHERE

THIS TIME MAN WAS YOUR UNCLE

YOU WONDER WHAT WENT WRONG

HE ALWAYS LOOKED SO HARMLESS

WALKING ON HIS OWN



I KNOW …

1.VERSE

CHORUS …



The melody is so Tarantino!


#3

A Kiss To Build A Dream On - Louis Armstrong

Anyone who played Fallout 2 knows what I’m talking about.


#4

what the fuck


#5

The song “Moment of Silence” by Streetlight Manifesto always reminds me of Kill Bill, it has these heraldic horns at the beginning and then breaks down into a Latin-tinged ska groove.


#6

the beegees night of broadway



the doors love me two times(if he accepts to one day colaborate with o. stone again)



the sexoletts



dean martin hell have to go



the doors twentieth century fox


#7

Human Fly - The Cramps

Ain’t No Sunshine - Bill Withers

A little bit of tear - Burl Ives

Ain’t nobody - Chaka Khan

Nobody’s Listening - Linkin Park

World on a String - Frank Sinatra



Strange enough to be in one of his movies, yet it flows. Sinatra as a triumphant end song.


#8

Pink Floyd - Money


#9

[quote=“Suvi”]
I think really suitable song for his movie would be:

BIRDY / 22 Pistepirkko (this is a band from finland)



HERE COMES MY DARLING

SAYING HELLO YOU

HEY WHY YOU LOOK SO WORRIED

WHAT’S SO WRONG WITH YOU



I FELT SOMETHING EVIL

LYING IN MY ROOM

IT MAKES ME REALLY SCARED

DON’T YOU FEEL IT TOO



I KNOW, IT DON’T REALLY MATTER

DOES IT REALLY MATTER

IF WE GO INSANE, MY DARLING

DO WE ALWAYS STICK TOGETHER

DOES IT REALLY MATTER

IF WE GO INSANE, MY DARLING



YOU SAID YOU SAW SHOOTING

ON A MARKET SQUARE

SINCE WHEN I HAVE BEEN DULL

TO SEE BLOOD IN EVERYWHERE

THIS TIME MAN WAS YOUR UNCLE

YOU WONDER WHAT WENT WRONG

HE ALWAYS LOOKED SO HARMLESS

WALKING ON HIS OWN



I KNOW …

1.VERSE

CHORUS …



The melody is so Tarantino!

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I merged your both topics with the same post.

#10

[quote=“Johny_Exhale”]
Pink Floyd - Money
[/quote]

Wasn’t QT gonna use this 1rst for the opening credits of RD?


#11

[quote=“roulette67”]
Human Fly - The Cramps

Ain’t No Sunshine - Bill Withers

A little bit of tear - Burl Ives

Ain’t nobody - Chaka Khan

Nobody’s Listening - Linkin Park

World on a String - Frank Sinatra



Strange enough to be in one of his movies, yet it flows. Sinatra as a triumphant end song.

[/quote]

The Burl Ives song was in True Romance, Hopper sings it right before he goes to his trailer & Clarence & Alabama are there.


#12

[quote=“CopperHead”]
Wasn’t QT gonna use this 1rst for the opening credits of RD?
[/quote]

yeah, its got that same coolness Little Green Bag has, he should definitly use it once to introduce a character or whatever


#13

Linkin Park has no place inn a Tarantino film. Come on!


#14

If he can use rap in kill bill, he can use the song ‘nobody’s listening’. which is kinda tame for Linkin Park. Have you listened to it? It would make a great murderkill scene song.


#15

Yeah, but Tarantino uses misic from specific time periods and let’s face it. This time periods music has nothing to bost about :smiley:


#16

Alot of times QT has 2 use new songs cause he’s music producers always asks him if they could get a new song on the soundtrack.


#17

theres no music that fits into his movies unless he picks it. its not just about the song, its about the scene its playing with. the song and the scene are one thing.


#18

[quote=“Zervus”]
This song would fit perfectly with some of his movies. 8)



http://www.myspace.com/micragirls

Click “White Devil Of The Yellowstone”
[/quote]
you are just associating the leslie speaker with every other song that QT and RR use in their choice of music…fyi…a leslie speaker is a speaker that spins around in a box and the only time you hear it is when it passes the hole in the box…it was first used on hammond organs and became very popular among blues and 50’s musicians…it was new at the time! Later it resurfaced in songs by newer bands…Soundgarden’s “black hole sun” is a perfect example. They don’t make them any longer so you have to be lucky and find one used $$$


#19

Im gonna go out right now and try to find one!!


#20

Johnny Cash “God’s gonna cut you down” - I wish he would have used it for Death Proof.