Bubba Ho-Tep Soundtrack

I got my Bubba Ho-Tep Signature Edition soundtrack CD in the mail today, and I’m listening to it right now. I absolutely loved the movie, which was bizarre, heart-felt, and compelling. Bruce Campbell was at his best, and he did a true Elvis impersonation that at some times I thought it was really him. I never cared much for Elvis, thinking Jerry Lee Lewis is the real King of Rock n’ Roll, but this movie helped me appreciate him much more. Anyone that moves the beauty of rock n’ roll forward gets a big thumbs up from me.

The CD contains 30 tracks, has notes and biography by the composer and director of the film, and is signed by both the composer, Brian Tyler, and director, Don Coscarelli. The music is haunting, inspiring, and driving; ranging from western, rock, metal, and orchestral. I’m going to burn the CD into my music collection with iTunes’ Lossless format to save wear and tear on the CD itself.

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  1. Seth Claus

    Heh, I’m trying to decide whether it’s worth about 20 bucks for the Bubba Ho-Tep soundtrack, but I definitely liked the music quite a bit. I was hoping they’d offer it on the iTunes Music Store, but no such luck.

  2. Yea, I was hoping to grab it off the iTunes Music Store too. Personally I think it’s worth $20, the music on it is excellent, and the added bonus of signatures by both the producer and composer is nice.

  3. Yo, man, post the tracks on the site! I totally dig the music from that movie!

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