Pulp Fiction by Various Artists
1994

Pulp Fiction

by Various Artists

  • 16 Tracks
  • 320 kbps
  • 41:37

Tracks

1.Pumpkin and Honey Bunny / Misirlouby [Dialogue] / Dick Dale And His Del-Tones2:31
2.Royale With Cheeseby [Dialogue]1:45
3.Jungle Boogieby Kool & The Gang3:07
4.Let's Stay Togetherby Al Green3:17
5.Bustin' Surfboardsby The Tornadoes2:29
6.Lonesome Townby Ricky Nelson2:15
7.Son of a Preacher Manby Dusty Springfield2:28
8.Zed's Dead, Baby / Bullwinkle Part IIby [Dialogue] / The Centurions2:31
9.Jack Rabbit Slims Twist Contest / You Never Can Tellby [Dialogue] / Chuck Berry3:14
10.Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soonby Urge Overkill3:10
11.If Love Is a Red Dress (Hang Me in Rags)by Maria Mckee4:57
12.Bring Out the Gimp / Comancheby [Dialogue] / The Revels2:12
13.Flowers on the Wallby The Statler Brothers2:26
14.Personality Goes a Long Wayby [Dialogue]1:03
15.Surf Riderby The Lively Ones3:20
16.Ezekiel 25:17by [Dialogue]0:52
Jon Rhodes
The Pulp Fiction soundtrack is a collection of some of the best songs (mostly) from the 60s and 70s, featuring rock and roll, soul and surfer music. The music is a great fit for the film, but even if you didn't watch the movie, the songs are nice to listen to on their own.

The only thing I didn't like was there were snippets of dialogue from the film in the beginning of many tracks. Although they might be interesting to listen to the first time, I generally found them unnecessary and prefer to listen to the songs by themselves. Other than that, it's a great album and you'll love it if you were a fan of the film.