Fear And loathing In Las Vegas - OstVendor: Music On Vinyl
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NEW VINYL LP ON MUSIC ON VINYL 2019
180 GRAM VINYL.
Hunter S. Thompson’s weird and hallucinatory book Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas was in 1998 translated to the screen by director Terry Gilliam, and stars Johnny Depp and Benicio del Toro as Raoul Duke and Dr. Gonzo. The film details the duo’s journey through Las Vegas as their initial journalistic intentions devolve into an exploration of the city under the influence of psychoactive substances. The music is perfectly fitting in the psychedelic story of the movie. It contains songs used in the film with sound bites of the film before each song. The psychedelic and classic rock songs on the soundtrack includes songs from Big Brother and the Holding Company, Jefferson Airplane, Bob Dylan, Buffalo Springfield, and the Dead Kennedys. The movie Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas was a financial failure, but later gained a cult following and was eventually included in many “best of” movie lists.
The 21st anniversary Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas edition is available for the first time on vinyl, as a limited individually numbered edition of 2500 copies pressed on “Bat Country” black vinyl. This release got a laser etched D-side and secret inscriptions in the run-out grooves.
1. Big Brother & The Holding Company – Combination Of The Two 2. Brewer And Shipley – One Toke Over The Line 3. Tom Jones – She’s A Lady 4. The Yardbirds – For Your Love 5. Jefferson Airplane – White Rabbit 6. Tomoyasu Hotei And Ray Cooper – A Drug Score-Part 1 (Acid Spill)
1. Perry Como – Magic Moments 2. Tomoyasu Hotei And Ray Cooper – A Drug Score-Part 2 (Adrenochrome, The Devil’s Dance) 3. Debbie Reynolds – Tammy 4. Tomoyasu Hotei And Ray Cooper – A Drug Score-Part 3 (Flashbacks) 5. Buffalo Springfield – Expecting To Fly 6. The Dead Kennedys – Viva Las Vegas
1. The Youngbloods – Get Together
2. Three Dog Night – Mama Told Me Not To Come
3. Bob Dylan – Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again 4. Booker T. & The MG’s – Time Is Tight