It's been quite a while since I last posted something on here. Life on the outside has been quite busy for the last few months. Things are getting back to normal and with that I shall present you all, my faithful readers, more soundtracks.
Today I thought I'd hit you up with a soundtrack to a horror-comedy flick. It's my way of feeling like I hit two genres with one stone... or stake. Here is the various artists soundtrack to the 1992 feature film "Buffy the Vampire Slayer". Personally I really enjoyed this movie, it's not a favorite, but one I like to throw on every few years. At the time, it was just strange enough to really grab my attention. As well all know the movie later spawned a hugely successful tv show.
The soundtrack consists of some very early 90s pop/rock type of songs. Although there is one rap song that I must admit I usually listen to once a week or so. C&C Music Factory's "Keep It Comin' (Dance Till You Can't Dance No More!)". It's so damn catchy to me. It's featured in the scene where Buffy is in cheerleader practice. I love the album artwork for this one too.
"Does Elvis talk to you? Does he tell you to do things? Do you see spots?" - Buffy