'Special' Soundtracks for Quentin Tarantino's "Death Proof"



To balance and to bring out the mood for his upcoming doubled featured movie "Death Proof", Quentin has selected a batch of peculiar songs.

Following the circulation of double movie feature "Grindhouse" (2007), Maverick Records will release the soundtrack album for one of the movies which is titled "Death Proof". Planned to be out in stores by April 3, 2007, the release is three days prior the movie's release date.

With the eccentric Quentin Tarantino directing the movie, the music presented also explicitly contains a string of particular scores. The song list contains classics that start as early as 1950s through 1970s such as T. Rex's "Jeepster", The Coasters' "Down In Mexico", Eddie Floyd's "Good Love, Bad Love", etc. Some of the songs will also contain a verse of dialogues by the actors patched in between the rhymes.

In compatible with the theme of the movie, the soundtracks are packaged to suit it. It is claimed as perfectly capturing the mood of cinemas in the '60s and '70s, a time niche which Tarantino prefers so much to support the movie. For the complete list of tracks log on to comingsoon.net.

© AceShowbiz.com


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