Reservoir Dogs - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - 1994 Soundtrack - Black Vinyl - 180 Grm LP

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Reservoir Dogs (Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Music On Vinyl ‎– MOVLP722, MCA Records ‎– MOVLP722
At The Movies –
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Reissue, Repress
02 Jun 2017
Rock, Non-Music, Stage & Screen
Soundtrack, Speech, Soft Rock, Pop Rock



A1 Steven Wright - And Now Little Green Bag... 0:15
A2 George Baker Selection - Little Green Bag 3:15
A3 Steven Wright - Rock Flock Of Five 0:11
A4 Blue Swede - Hooked On A Feeling 2:53
A5 Steven Wright - Bohemiath 0:34
A6 Joe Tex - I Gotcha 2:27
A7 Bedlam - Magic Carpet Ride 5:10
A8 No Artist - Madonna Speech 0:59


B1 Sandy Rogers - Fool For Love 3:25
B2 Steven Wright - Super Sounds 0:19
B3 Stealers Wheel - Stuck In The Middle With You 3:23
B4 Bedlam - Harvest Moon 2:38
B5 No Artist - Let's Get A Taco 1:02
B6 Steven Wright - Keep On Truckin 0:16
B7 Harry Nilsson - Coconut 3:50
B8 Steven Wright - Home Of Rock 0:05


Only five songs here were featured prominently in Quentin Tarantino's rousing crime film ("Little Green Bag," "Hooked on a Feeling," "I Gotcha," "Stuck in the Middle With You," and "Coconut"), but the record includes Steven Wright's introductions from the film (separately indexed, thankfully), as well as Tarantino's infamous interpretation of the meaning of Madonna's "Like a Virgin" and Harvey Keitel's monologue on how to rob a jewelry store.

Little Green Bag. I never realized how good this song was until I heard it in full.

Blue Swede's Hooked on a Feeling, which, although it only plays for a second in the movie, is a great song.

One star for the way Steve Wright pronounces 'Bohemiath.' It's worth buying it just for this. I'm serious.

One star for the Madonna Speech, and Lawrence Tierney muttering: "Chu...Toby Chu?"

One star for the way Steve Wright says: "...and Edison Lighthouse's...Love Grows...Where My Rosemary Goes."

The Coconut song and Stuck in the Middle With You are also great. The only thing I missed was any part of the dialogue which begins with Steve Buscemi saying: "How come _I_ gotta be Mister Pink?"

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Condition New
Format LP, 180 Gram
Label Music On Vinyl
Color Black