Music On Vinyl/ At The Movies
180 Gram Vinyl Record
1994 bank heist movie produced by Roger Avary and Quentin Tarantino
Score by Tomandandy (The Hills Have Eyes, The Strangers)
Includes insert with liner notes
Heavyweight jacket with spot-varnish and alternative artwork
Available on vinyl for the first time
Killing Zoe is a 1994 crime / bank heist film written, directed and produced by Roger Avary and co-produced by Quentin Tarantino. Killing Zoe follows the story of a safe cracker named Zed who returns to France to aid an old friend in performing a doomed bank heist.
The film was labeled by acclaimed film critic Roger Ebert as "Generation X's first bank caper movie." After the production of Killing Zoe, Avary and Tarantino continued their collaboration and produced both the iconic award winning movie Pulp Fiction and several radio dialogues in Reservoir Dogs.
The score to Killing Zoe was produced by Tomandandy, aka Thomas Hajdu and Andy Milburn. This duo is best known for their horror scores such as The Hills Have Eyes and The Strangers amongst others and many collaborations with great artists such as Lou Reed, David Byrne, U2 and Laurie Anderson.
Killing Zoe is available here on black vinyl for the first time and includes an insert with liner notes.
|1. Go! (Opening)|
|2. Red Drugs|
|3. Z Names|
|4. Entering The Bank (With Romance Remix By Jimmy Crash)|
|6. Safe Heroin (Disco 2000 Remix By DJ Keoki)|
|1. The Assembler (Words By Stephanie Rubin)|
|3. But You Must (Brothers In Rhythm Remix By Rhythm Method)|
|4. Ambient Dixie|
|6. Flying Home (Music And Lyrics By Robin O'Brien)|