Limited Edition PULP FICTION 180 Gram Vinyl Soundtrack
MCA Soundtracks 180 gram vinyl release of the soundtrack to Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction.
Release date: December 9, 2008.
The Pulp Fiction soundtrack found its way into 8 different vinyl releases but of those releases the limited edition 2008 180 Gram vinyl pressing is widely regarded as one of the best.
- 180 gram heavyweight 12″ vinyl
- Label: MCA Soundtracks (MCA Soundtracks, Catalogue number 0008811110314)
- Vinyl release date: December 9, 2008 (original release date: 1994)
- Country of pressing: Europe (Reissue)
Tracks are from various artists across various genre’s, including funk, bubble gum pop, soul and rock.
Track listing (note, some are dialogue excerpts and not songs):
- A1a Dialogue excerpt from the movie – Pumpkin And Honey Bunney (0:11)
- A1b Dick Dale & His Del-Tones – Misirlou (2:16)
- A2 Dialogue excerpt from the movie – Royale With Cheese (1:43)
- A3 Kool & The Gang – Jungle Boogie (3:05)
- A4 Al Green – Let’s Stay Together (3:15)
- A5 Tornadoes, The – Bustin’ Surfboards (2:27)
- A6 Ricky Nelson (2) – Lonesome Town (2:13)
- A7 Dusty Springfield – Son Of A Preacher Man (2:26)
- A8a Dialogue excerpt from the movie – Zed’s Dead, Baby (0:12)
- A8b Centurians, The* – Bullwinkle Part II (2:18)
- B1a Dialogue excerpt from the movie – Jack Rabbit Slims Twist Contest (0:32)
- B1b Chuck Berry – You Never Can Tell (2:40)
- B2 Urge Overkill – Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon (3:10)
- B3 Maria McKee – If Love Is A Red Dress (Hang Me In Rags) (4:55)
- B4a Dialogue excerpt from the movie – Bring Out The Gimp (0:08)
- B4b Revels, The – Comanche (2:04)
- B5 Statler Brothers, The – Flowers On The Wall (2:23)
- B6 Dialogue excerpt from the movie – Personality Goes A Long Way (1:01)
- B7 Lively Ones, The – Surf Rider (3:19)
- B8 Dialogue excerpt from the movie– Ezekiel 25:17 (0:52)
Dick Dale’s surf-guitar provided the memorable title theme. Listen to track 2 “Misirlou” by Dick Dale to a film clip montage below:
Note 1: The album is not identified on Amazon as a limited edition, or a 180 gram pressing. But it is identified as a 2008 release, which was the limited 180g reissue of the original LP release. That release was pressed in Europe and Amazon identify their listing as an import. The conclusion is it’s a safe bet the Amazon listing is for this release.
Note 2: You can also find this particular release (an as import) here on Ebay.