Friday, February 26, 2010

Buffy the Vampire Soundtrack
(Full Soudtrack)

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

Download the soundtrack here!


The Boom Operator said...

Good to have you back! This too is an old favorite of mine. Hard to beat Paul Reubens, Rutger Hauer, and Donald Sutherland in a vampire flick. Let's not forget how hot Kristy Swanson was at the time! ::growl::

The Fiji Mermaid said...

Boom Operator, thanks! It's been awhile since I made a post. I'll try to get more stuff up and not so spread out.

Yeah, I think the flick is pretty enjoyable and that cast helps quite a bit. It's admittedly a bit corny now, but it's weird and I can dig that.

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