Various Artists - True Romance

 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack on Blue With Magenta Splatter ''Alabama Worley'' Colored Vinyl)


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True Romance Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

One of the great action flicks of the '90s and a stone-cold cult classic!

Soundtrack careens from rockabilly to grunge to honky-tonk to romantic machismo!

Features artists including Charlie Sexton, Chris Isaak, Soundgarden, Shelby Lynne and Robert Palmer

Jacket features production stills from the film

Pressed in blue with magenta splatter "Alabama Worley" vinyl

Although it was directed by Tony Scott, the 1993 flm True Romance displayed all the signature themes and images of its writer, Quentin Tarantino, from its grisly violence to its B-movie homages to its gleeful amorality. And the same could be said of the soundtrack; alongside composer Hans Zimmer's riff on Carl Orff (which itself was an homage to another violent road movie, Badlands), True Romance offered a playlist that smacked of Tarantino in its embrace of rockabilly (Charlie Sexton, Chris Isaak), grunge (Soundgarden), honky-tonk (Shelby Lynne), and romantic machismo (Robert Palmer's take on "(Love Is) The Tender Trap").

Vinyl would seem a natural for such a "warped" soundtrack; and, for this reissue, we've crafted a custom jacket sporting production stills from the flm. What's more, this release of True Romance comes in blue with magenta splatter "Alabama Worley" vinyl! Consider this a colorful homage to one of the greatest cult classic films of all time.

Side Clarence
1. You’re So Cool - Hans Zimmer
2. Graceland - Charlie Sexton
3. In Dreams - John Waite
4. Wounded Bird - Charles & Eddie
5. I Want Your Body - Nymphomania
6. Stars at Dawn - Hans Zimmer

Side Alabama
1. I Need a Heart to Come Home to - Shelby Lynne
2. Viens Mallika Sous le Dome Edais from “Lakme” - Delibes
3. (Love Is) The Tender Trap - Robert Palmer
4. Outshined - Soundgarden
5. Amid the Chaos of the Day - Hans Zimmer
6. Two Hearts - Chris Isaak

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