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Grindhouse: Robert Rodriguez's Planet Terror (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Download links and information about Grindhouse: Robert Rodriguez's Planet Terror (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Robert Rodriguez. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 43:43 minutes.

Artist: Robert Rodriguez
Release date: 2007
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 22
Duration: 43:43
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No. Title Length
1. Grindhouse (Main Titles) 3:30
2. Doc Block 2:03
3. The Sickos 1:39
4. You Belong To Me (featuring Rose McGowan) 2:15
5. Go Go Not Cry Cry 1:09
6. Hospital Epidemic 1:16
7. Useless Talent #32 (featuring Rose McGowan) 3:11
8. His Prescription...Pain 0:55
9. Cherry Darling 1:01
10. The Grindhouse Blues 3:01
11. El Wray 1:18
12. Police Station Assault 1:33
13. Dakota 2:27
14. Zero To Fifty In Four 1:35
15. Fury Road 2:03
16. Helicopter Sicko Chopper 1:22
17. The Ring In the Jacket 1:34
18. Killer Legs 2:14
19. Melting Member 1:51
20. Too Drunk To **** (featuring Nouvelle Vague) 2:12
21. Cherry's Dance of Death (featuring Chingon) 3:26
22. Two Against the World (featuring Rose McGowan) 2:08



Planet Terror, Robert Rodriguez's half of the 2007 double-feature exploitation celebration Grindhouse, has a very different soundtrack than Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof. Like any other QT soundtrack, Death Proof relies on existing music, cherry-picked from obscure pop, soul, and soundtrack records, but Rodriguez is a D.I.Y.-er right down to assembling his own scores (albeit with some assistance from Graeme Revell here). Here, he extends his John Carpenter tribute right down to the icy, grimy synth scores that fueled films like Escape from New York (of course, Carpenter also did his own music, just like Rodriguez). To that basic electronic bed, Rodriguez adds some of his own flair — some heavy metal guitars, motifs borrowed from spaghetti Westerns, some Texas blues, sometimes putting it all together into a mélange that sounds strikingly like early-'90s industrial-pop — that gives it a knowing postmodernist spin, and then he adds a couple of key musical moments from his film (his star Rose McGowan singing a torchy version of "You Belong to Me," Nouvelle Vague's version of the Dead Kennedys' "Too Drunk to ****") to finish it all off. It all adds up to a clever, entertaining soundtrack, one that may not be as compulsively listenable as Death Proof (after all, that's all pop songs and this is primarily score) but one that captures the vibe of its film just as well as its companion.