One of the most popular soundtrack albums of the 90’s, and of all time, the soundtrack for Pulp Fiction is the perfect companion to the movie, matching the tone Tarantino was trying to hit exactly and featuring a great mix of 60’s and 70’s rock. The sountrack and movie also helped kickstart the career of Urge Overkill, who covered Neil Diamond’s “Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon” for the movie and brought bands like Kool & the Gang and Dick Dale back into the popular consciousness and was also probably at least partly the reason for the resurgence of rockabilly and swing music later in the decade. Check out most of the tracks below.
“Miserlou” by Dick Dale and his Del Tones
“Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon” by Urge Overkill
“Son of Preacher Man” by Dusty Springfield
“Jungle Boogie” by Kool & the Gang
“Let’s Stay Together” by Al Green
“You Never Can Tell” by Chuck Berry
“Flowers on the Wall” by The Statler Brothers
“Bustin Surfboards” by The Tornadoes
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