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Sunday, June 26, 2016

REDNECK ZOMBIES - Music To Die For - Original Film Score Composed By Adrian Bond





REDNECK ZOMBIES - Music To Die For - Original Film Score Composed By Adrian Bond (1988)



This soundtrack came as a 2nd disc in the limited edition of the 20th Anniversary release of the "Tromasterpiece", Redneck Zombies, one of  Troma Team Video's biggest selling movie titles. The movie is everything the title suggests, and then some. From the DVD sleeve: "When a clan of hillbilly dirt farmers turn a misplaced barrel of chemical waste into a whiskey still, going blind is the least of their worries as the toxic moonshine turns them into REDNECK ZOMBIES! Now they're ready to invite a group of wayward yankees to a down-home feast of southern-fried gore and mayhem that will turn your stomach and tickle your funny bone! So, grab a seat and set a spell with your favorite gut-chompin', tobacco-chewin' cannibal kinfolk from Hell in REDNECK ZOMBIES!"

And it's no lie, I love this soundtrack just as much as I love the movie. What seems like a cheesy, bare-bones synth score when paired with the cheesy, bare-bones (but wonderfully entertaining) movie is a whole different ball game when listened to as its own entity. This score is legitimately awesome, with some extremely fun, and even trippy, synth compositions that are way ahead of their time. Defintely recommended for Troma fans, soundtrack buffs, and fans of synth music.




01. Beginning Of The End
02. Love Theme (Opening Titles)
03. Redneck Zombie Blues
04. Stabbing Eyeballs
05. I Feel Funny
06. Chemical Nuclear Warfare Toxic Waste Barrel Polka
07. Gut Munch Suite
08. Leggo My Leg, Yo
09. Splitting Body Ache
10. Great Gobs Of Zombie Guts
11. Tomorrow's Blue Plate Special
12. Cabin Fever
13. Redneck Zombies (End Credits)
14. Subliminal Satanic Track (Do Not Play Bakwards!)
15. (!sdrawkcaB yalP toN oD) kcarT cinataS lanimilbuS  *(bonus track for my fellow birdies!)


zip file: 100.75 MB
320 kbps




Get it HERE!




:o) Enjoy!

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