27 Songs, 1 Hour, 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Trent Reznor was the perfect choice to score Oliver Stone's mind-messing movie Natural Born Killers. His soundtrack maintains the film’s jarring, cut-and-paste structure, changing scenes at will, sticking in dialogue clips, even cutting a few songs off in the middle. Between hardcore hip-hop (Dr. Dre, Tha Dogg Pound) and punk pounders (L7, Patti Smith), perfectly innocent Bob Dylan and Patsy Cline songs are used to chillingly ironic effect. In the midst of all this chaos, Reznor's aching "Something I Can Never Have" is the moment of sanity.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Trent Reznor was the perfect choice to score Oliver Stone's mind-messing movie Natural Born Killers. His soundtrack maintains the film’s jarring, cut-and-paste structure, changing scenes at will, sticking in dialogue clips, even cutting a few songs off in the middle. Between hardcore hip-hop (Dr. Dre, Tha Dogg Pound) and punk pounders (L7, Patti Smith), perfectly innocent Bob Dylan and Patsy Cline songs are used to chillingly ironic effect. In the midst of all this chaos, Reznor's aching "Something I Can Never Have" is the moment of sanity.

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Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5

78 Ratings

78 Ratings

music to murder by

BLSmith,

a must for fans of the film. along with taking the listener for a mind-bending audio trip that parallels the movie (dialogue and quotes), this soundtrack reminds us of the edgy and raw rock and rap that we miss from the early to mid 90s. kudos to Nine Inch Nails, Dr. Dre, Bob Dylan and even Juliette Lewis for being apart of this fine, loud and raunchy piece of work.

OLIVER STONE: PRETENTIOUS BONEHEAD!

Baba Ganush,

This is one of the worst movies ever made, and this garbage album does it justice.

one of my favorite soundtracks

zynphendale,

People are likely to be very divided on this soundtrack (just like the perception on the movie). I simply love it - this is one of the most brilliant soundtracks I've listened to. All you need to do is to listen to Bob Dylan's "You Belong to Me" and Leonard Cohen's "Waiting for the Miracle". They will just grab your heart.

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