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Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Does the word "duh" mean anything to you?

Buffy the Vampire Slayer has been my favorite movie since I was about six years old. I used to love it for the butt-kick factor, the big froofy dress, and Luke Perry, obviously. (I was six, gimme a break.) The last time I popped this into the DVD player to revisit my childhood I laughed until I cried. The music is ridiculously appropriate for every scene and if you're familiar with the movie you'll find yourself giggling in rhythm. So go ahead, have a listen - it'll be like you never left the 90s.

Not included?

Why didn't they include "I ain't gonna eat out my heart anymore" by the Divinyls? It played in the movie twice. Oh, and I heard Joss was a part of the movie but they were messing up his vision of what he wanted so bad that he quit and then made the series later, might be a rumor but that's what my knowledge of it was...

It Slayed Me

The Buffy Movie Sdtk Won't Go Down as one of The Best Soundtracks Ever But I Felt It was a solid album.Songs That Slayed Me Were "Keep It Commin","We Closed our Eyes","Silent City",and "Little Heaven"

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Soundtrack, Music
  • Released: Jul 27, 1992

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