Less Than Zero Soundtrack songs Product Information
Less Than Zero Soundtrack album for sale was released May 30, 1995 on the Def Jam label. The soundtrack to the definitive self-absorbed '80s film Less Than Zero is as uneven as most various-artists soundtracks, bouncing between insipid metal covers (Aerosmith's "Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Blues," Poison's "Rock and Roll All Night," Slayer's "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida"), competent hard rock, and a handful of interesting cuts that make the album worthwhile. The Bangles' fuzz-rock cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "Hazy Shade of Winter" was a hit, and Roy Orbison's take on Glenn Danzig's "Life Fades Away" is haunting, but the real meat of the album is in Public Enemy's seminal "Bring the Noise" and LL Cool J's seductive "Going Back to Cali," two hip-hop classics that made their debut here. Less Than Zero Soundtrack CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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Less Than Zero Soundtrack Album Track Listing
|1||Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu |
|2||Life Fades Away |
|3||Rock & Roll All Nite |
|4||Going Back to Cali ||4:09|| $1.29||(Available)|
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|5||You & Me (Less than Zero)|
|7||Bring the Noise||3:26|| $1.29||(Available)|
|8||Are You My Woman? (Tell Me So)||3:04|| $0.99||(Available)|
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|9||She's Lost You|
|10||How To Love Again|
|11||Hazy Shade of Winter|
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||One great track if you love Roy Orbison!|
Less Than Zero Soundtrack buy CD music All four stars to the Roy Orbison rendition of "Life Fades Away."
By billiken (St. Louis, MO, USA)
Less Than Zero Soundtrack songs This is one of the best soundtracks around. Most songs on the album are uplifting and groovy like "How to love again and Going back to Cali" These songs as well as others like "You and Me and Hazy shade of winter, life fades away, etc are epiphanic moments.
By chalyras (Brooklyn, NY)
||Extraordinary and unreleased tracks selection!|
Less Than Zero Soundtrack album for sale I don't see the movie yet, but the soundtrack, i heard several years ago, and since the first time that i have heard, i got really pleasure, becouse all of them are impact. For example, Danzig song is really a great metal ballad, and the Slayer cover about Iron Butterfly, a psycodelyc band, is really spectacular. One of the best sountrack that i ever heard.
By bassukka (Lima, Peru.)
||One of the all time best soundtracks|
Less Than Zero Soundtrack CD music From the Danzig penned Life Fades Away by Roy Orbison (which must be one of Roy's best songs) to the Bangles cover of Hazy Shade of Winter, to Glenn Danzig's first solo song after leaving Samhain and Slayer's cover of In-A-Gada-Da-Vida this soundtrack shows the late 80's turmoil of not knowing where the musical direction was heading. Post new wave and pre grunge, an excellent in-between.
By Stephen (Miamisburg, OH USA)
||The best Slayer cover tune ever!|
Less Than Zero Soundtrack buy CD music The purchase of this soundtrack is an absolute MUST for any Slayer fan. What they do to In a Gadda-da-vida is impossible to describe without hearing the song first. This soundtrack is worth buying for just this song alone.
By badgerssuck (Montague,MI)
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Less Than Zero Soundtrack songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1084941|
|Release Date||May 30, 1995|
|Producer||David White; Carl Ryder; Jordan Kerner; Jon Avnet; Hank Shocklee; Aerosmith; Rick Rubin; Russell Simmons; The Bangles; Vincent Bell; Bill Drescher|
|Engineer||Chris Lord-Alge; David Bianco; Andy Wallace; Rod Hui; Steve Ett; Thom Panunzio|
|Recording Time||41 minutes|
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