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Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels: Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack, Explicit Lyrics


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 23, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: March 23, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Maverick
  • ASIN: B00000I3ZS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,760 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hundred Mile High City - Ocean Colour Scene
2. Hortif**Kinculturist - Steven Mackintosh
3. Police And Thieves - Junior Murvin
4. Spooky - Dusty Springfield
5. Muppets - P.H. Moriarty/Lenny Mclean/Victor McGuire
6. The Boss - James Brown
7. Walk This Land - E-Z Rollers
8. Blaspheming Barry - Lenny Mclean
9. I Wanna Be Your Dog - The Stooges
10. It's Kosher - Jason Flemyng/Stephen Marcus
11. Why Did You Do It - Stretch
12. I've Been Shot - Steve Sweeny/Frank Harper
13. Oh Girl - Evil Superstars
14. Guns 4 Show Knives 4 A Pro - Nick Moran/Dexter Fletcher
15. Zorba The Greek - John Murphy/David Hughes
16. The Payback - James Brown
17. It's Been Emotional - Vinnie Jones
18. 18 With A Bullet - Pete Wingfield

Editorial Reviews

Amazon.com

Writer-director Guy Ritchie's street-tough look at London's decrepit underworld and the unsavory dealings of four best friends whose cockiness is undercut by some serious trouble features a soundtrack of quick dialogue sound clips, a smattering of classic rock, pop, and reggae, and a few current submissions as well. Junior Murvin's "Police and Thieves," known most to rock audiences by the Clash cover, is a great piece of political resistance and laidback dub groove. James Brown's "The Payback" and "The Boss" and Iggy and the Stooges' "I Wanna Be Your Dog" stake out the sharp end, while the late Dusty Springfield paints the softer corner with "Spooky." Ocean Colour Scene delivers the backwards guitar driven "100 Mile High City," and Stretch's "Why Did You Do It?" is a great recreation of early '70s soul. --Rob O'Connor

Product Description

Guy Ritchie's celebrated 1998 debut matched the Cockney dialogue and crime-caper action with punk, R&B and reggae. Great soundtrack: Police & Thieves Junior Murvin; The Payback James Brown; I Wanna Be Your Dog Stooges; Spooky Dusty Springfield; 18 with a Bullet Pete Wingfield, and more!

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83 of 83 people found the following review helpful By minidoug on March 27, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I love the soundtrack, but I recommend *not* to get this shortened version of the OST. I got suckered into getting this CD then I realized the U.K. print has 6 more songs. Why the hell does the Maverick label want to snip the tracks by the Stone Roses, Castaways and others? Ummm.....
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 8, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I'm glad that I didn't buy this CD from Amazon, coz I bought it in a local shop, there are 27 titles for songs & dialogues. I found that Amazon's version is not complete. I like Truly, Madly, Deeply,, Man Machine,but I Amazon didn't have these songs. Viewers can find a B&W cover one.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Brian Ciesil on April 21, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The awesome song that is playing during the card game (Liar, Liar by the Castaways) is ABSENT from the US release as well as several others! BIG mistake in my opinion.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 30, 1999
Format: Audio CD
The original version of this soundtrack is one of the best I've heard. Cool funk and excellent bass lines. However this is NOT the original. where are all the other tracks, why no Stone Roses?
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Peter J. Weinbaum on August 30, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This was my favorite movie. Intelligent, hysterical dialogue and not stop entertainment. The soundtrack is one of a kind! Fits perfectly with each scene of the movie and most artists are not popular here in the US. Best thing I ever did was read the previous review on Amazon. The U.S. title of this CD is missing 6 songs from the movie! Some of the very best songs. Leaving them off the CD was a huge mistake in production. If you love the soundtrack, do yourself a favor and pick up the import (White Cover, I think produced in Germany). You won't be sorry!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By BioBatman on May 21, 2008
Format: Audio CD
You saw the movie with your friends, you saw it again on your own, you kept humming the catchy tunes Guy Ritchie used to create that special ambience for it all week. You think, "Hey -- this CD would be great for a long car ride, like to the cape." So you hop on amazon.com and -- click, click, click -- it's on its way. The CD arrives just in time for your Patriot Day weekend romp. You tear open the packaging and slide the much-anticipated soundtrack into your car's player while you roll down all the windows and open the sunroof. And bam -- there's that opening track you've been waiting to hear. You think, "This is going to be great," as you motor on down the street. Then, "I got to hear that song they played during that one scene . . .." You press the forward track button a few times. "No. No. Nope. Not it. Must be next. Next. Next." Nothing. Then the first song starts again. Your stomach folds and perspiration breaks out on your upper lip. "It can't be," you think, ejecting the CD. You examine it's playlist, swerving to avoid hitting a squirrel but almost hitting a car in the oncoming traffic instead. "What the *&#$!," you think -- THE SONG YOU LOVE ISN'T EVEN ON THE CD! Don't expect to find the Castaways' "Liar, Liar," played during the crucial scene in the movie where Eddie (Nick Moran), son of pub proprietor, JD (Sting), loses all the money he and his friends put up to get into Hatchet Harry's high-stakes poker game. Sure -- I could have looked at the playlist before I purchased the CD; you'll say, "that's why it's there." But would you really expect to have to do that to check for the song that's essentially the musical linchpin of the entire movie?! Well, would you? No, you wouldn't. And neither did I. And those "bonus" tracks of clips of dialogue -- is that supposed to make up for not having the most important song of the movie on the CD? THEY'RE NOT EVEN THE FUNNIEST LINES OF THE MOVIE! Thank heavens for iTunes.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Benton on February 8, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This movie's trailers generated a lot of excitement amongst the cineastes in my college town. Unfortunately it arrived and departed during finals week and most of us were unable to see it. Luckily there was this superb soundtrack to hold us over until the movie came out on video.
The buzz surrounding Guy Ritchie's film was that he had upped the anty on Quentin Tarrantino's "Pulp Fiction." Well all I know is that Ritchie definitely has a talent for picking music for his soundtrack and he has surpassed the quality of Tarrantino's soundtracks (the supposed contemporary master of this aspect of film).
The soundtrack kicks off with the high-energy "One Hundred Mile City" from Ocean Colour Scene. This is the frenetic tune that powered the trailer (also the best tease since The Big Lebowski trailer) for the film. It then takes a tour through some classic gems: the reggaeish "Police and Thieves" by Junior Murvin; the hypnotic "Spooky" by Dusty Springfield; "The Boss" and "The Payback" from the "King of Soul" James Brown; and the sexual and powerful "I Wanna Be Your Dog" by the Stooges.
The second half of the album is rounded-out by lesser known groups, but don't let that fool you, they are definitely quality tunes. In fact there isn't a bad tune on this CD and as a bonus there are various spoken bits from the movie. Actually the spoken dialogue is the only flaw of the record because it breaks the flow of these excellent tunes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By nick_french@hotmail.com on May 22, 1999
Format: Audio CD
While on a recent trip the the UK, a good friend of mine had the CD and I must have listened to it everyday for a week and loved every minute of it. It was not until two weeks later that I finally saw the movie. This album contains some GREAT clips from some of the best scenes in the move too. The movie and the CD are a must see and hear.
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