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Another Oliver Stone film hailed by many as some sort of genius. Nine Inch Nail's Trent Reznor was brought in to helm the soundtrack. He shows a gift for choosing diverse, if somewhat disparate musicians, running the gamut from Patsy Cline to Lard. It's a nice collection, if a little wanting for a thematic center. Cowboy Junkies' version of the Velvet Underground's "Sweet Jane" is simply awesome, and Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel, and Leonard Cohen lend superstar firepower, even if the songs are available elsewhere. NIN's own "Something I Can Never Have," previously heard on Pretty Hate Machine, is the most overt attempt at what Reznor was hoping to capture. It's Pulp Fiction for the schizophrenic Gen X'ers. --Scott Wilson

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 2, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: August 23, 1994
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack
  • Label: INgrooves Fontana/Nothing
  • Run Time: 118 minutes
  • ASIN: B000001Y6N
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,548 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By N. Lang on January 13, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Usually when I purchase a soundtrack, I am overjoyed because I know of perhaps two or three artists on it, but then I discover a turd or two in the mix.

This compilation was one of few to break this curse. Trent Reznor's contribution to forming the soundtrack was brilliant. NIN's tracks "Burn", "A Warm Place" and "Something I Can Never Have" really captured the mood of this film.

Other tracks worth noting are Dylan's "You Belong to Me", the Cowboy Junkies' rendition of "Sweet Jane", AOS' "History Repeats Itself". But the true highlight of the album is Leonard Cohen's haunting tracks "Waiting for the Miracle" and "The Future".

Whenever the songs appeared in the film, they were extremely well placed.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By James O'Blivion on April 12, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The reason this gets 4 stars, as opposed to the full 5 that it may deserve, is that I felt the album would have been greatly improved had it been released in a 2-disc format...even if only as a Limited Edition. The reason for this is simple...NBK had over 60 songs in it. And while 27 tracks is great in terms of a CD, it seems a bit truncated when one considers that less than half of the songs in the movie made it to the soundtrack album. And since the film itself was so reliant on music, it seems odd that they didn't release a lengthier version of the soundtrack...which would give a perfect picture of the film's mood, even to someone who had never seen it. The music in the film is, after all, practically omnipresent.
Had the NBK soundtrack gotten a Limited release as a 2-disc set, that version of the album would get a full 5-star rating from me. The album, even as it is, stands as one of the greatest (and most eclectic) film soundtracks ever assembled. A lot of the great songs used in the film found their way onto this CD...but some of them failed to show up there. And while that's a bit disappointing, this is still a fine aesthetic journey into the heart of one of the best (and darkest) satires on American culture.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Michael Crane on March 5, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I mostly got this soundtrack for one reason: Trent Reznor. I am a HUGE Nine Inch Nails fan and I try to get my hands on anything that has Trent Reznor either performing on or producing. Plus, I also learned that there was a new song by Nine Inch Nails that appears on this album that you can't get anywhere else. The soundtrack itself is all right. Nothing I'd listen to over and over again, but it's a nice thing to have. (Especially because of how much I love the movie.)
The soundtrack includes a variety of names from the rock world and the rap world. Some included are Leonard Cohen, Nine Inch Nails, Bob Dylan, Dr. Dre, Tha Dogg Pound, Jane's Addiction, and more. It also includes dialogue from the movie as well on some songs (which might either make people happy or upset).
I love the new version of "something I can never have" that includes dialogue from the movie and plays more of an instrumental part this time around. "Burn" is by far the best song on the soundtrack and is worth the price alone. A very angry and heavy Nine Inch Nails song that will please just about any NIN fan. I also love the two rap songs by Tha Dogg Pound and Dr. Dre.
This isn't the greatest soundtrack that I've bought, but it's a pretty decent one. If you love the movie and are familiar with the music you hear in it, then I'd suggest to you to check it out. Again, I mainly got it because I am a big Trent Reznor fan and will buy just about anything with his name on it. "Natural Born Killers: The Soundtrack" proves to be a very interesting and well constructed album. Not the best, but very interesting.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 25, 2002
Format: Audio CD
ive been looking for the song that plays as mickey enters the drug zone store for ever. Today jamming out to some live Peter Gabrial i found it. The name of the song is the rhythm of the heat. It is on the album Security by peter gabriel. I hope this helps anyone that has been looking for this song also
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By H3@+h on July 8, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This deserves one of my very few 5 star ratings. Why? Well first of all it's 27 tracks. But not 27 tracks of generic crap you find on alot of soundtracks, mostly excellent stuff. Trent Reznor did an amazing job of selecting even more amazing artists for this. As far as he and "Nine Inch Nails" goes, they contribute two of their moodier pieces that are good, but also "Burn", which is one of the hardest hitting songs NIN has ever done. "L7", "Lard", and "Jane's Addiction" contribute some choice alternative songs. Plus a little country with "Patsy Cline" and the "Cowboy Junkies", poet legends "Leonard Cohen" and "Bob Dylan", and a whole mess of other oddball selections from the movie. Of course "Patty Smith" and "Dr.Dre" always go hand in hand in soundtracks. Another nice touch are some of the better soundbites from the film. All in all it's just as crazy as the movie, and makes other soundtracks full of "Linkin Park" and "Good Charlotte" look stupid.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "ladygorilla" on December 9, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I think this is a wonderful soundtrack. The raw emotions emotions and symbols throughout the movie come alive with this album. All of the musicians in this album depict what Mickey and Mallory were going through. The song " The Future" by Leonard Cohen makes me think, is this really what we've come to? This is a passionate album. Anyone who would take the time to really "hear" the music will appreciate all the work that went into creating this wonderful masterpiece. I truly recomend this in any musical library.
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