Natural Born Killers Soundtrack

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Natural Born Killers Soundtrack
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Natural Born Killers is the soundtrack to the Oliver Stone film of the same name, and was released by Interscope Records on August 23, 1994. Produced by Trent Reznor, it features three Nine Inch Nails songs: the previously unreleased "Burn," an edited and extended version of "Something I Can Never Have" and "A Warm Place." Tracks 10, 13, 18, 23 and 25 are assembled from various recordings from the film.

Tracklisting

  1. "Waiting For The Miracle" (Edit) - Leonard Cohen
  2. "Shitlist" - L7
  3. "Moon Over Greene County" (Edit) - Dan Zanes
  4. "Rock 'N' Roll Nigger" (Flood Remix) - Patti Smith
  5. "Sweet Jane" (Edit) - Cowboy Junkies
  6. "You Belong To Me" - Bob Dylan
  7. "The Trembler" (Edit) - Duane Eddy
  8. "Burn" - Nine Inch Nails
  9. "Route 666" - BB Tone Brian Berdan
  10. "Totally Hot" - Remmy Ingala & Orchestre Super Matimila
  11. "Back In Baby's Arms" - Patsy Cline
  12. "Taboo" (Edit) - Peter Gabriel And Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
  13. "Sex Is Violent" - Trent Reznor, Jane's Addiction & Diamanda Galas
  14. "History (Repeats Itself)" (Edit) - A.O.S.
  15. "Something I Can Never Have" (Edited And Extended) - Nine Inch Nails
  16. "I Will Take You Home" - Russel Means
  17. "Drums A Go-Go" (Edit) - The Hollywood Persuaders
  18. "Hungry Ants" - Barry Adamson
  19. "The Day The Niggaz Took Over" - Dr. Dre
  20. "Born Bad" - Juliette Lewis
  21. "Fall Of The Rebel Angels" (Edit) - Sergio Cervetti
  22. "Forkboy" - Lard
  23. "Batonga In Batongaville" - Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
  24. "A Warm Place" - Nine Inch Nails
  25. "Allah, Mohammed, Char, Yaar" - Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
  26. "The Future" (Edit) - Leonard Cohen
  27. "What Would U Do?" - Tha Dogg Pound

The UK limited edition double 12" vinyl splits the tracklist after tracks 6, 13 and 20, while the US and international cassette versions split after 13.

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