Member Since: 3/20/2002
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Return Of The Six String Samurai

Artist Song
The Reverend Horton Heat  Big Sky 
The Reverend Horton Heat  Baddest of The Bad 
Regals  Daddy 
Southern Backtones  Blue In July 
Gringo  Mexico 
Joe King Carrasco & El Molino  Mezcal Road 
New Duncan Imperials  (Don't Laugh At My) Funny Car 
Southern Culture On The Skids  El Mysterioso 
Jackpot  Tattoos 
The Ziggens  The Spy Who Dubbed Me 
Sterophonic Space Sound Unlimited  Enter The Tiger 
Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine  Psycho Bill 
Southern Culture On The Skids  Twistin' 
Southern Backtones  Fallen Angel 
Tom Waits  Goin' Out West 
Southern Culture On The Skids  Jack The Ripper, Parts 1&2 
Nick Curran  Space Guitar 
Southern Backtones  Road Tune 
Stereophonic Space Sound Unlimited  Dragon City 
The Lords Of Altamont  Too Old To Die 
Stereophonic Space Sound Unlimited  Shark Surfin' Girl 
Pinetop 7  For The Love Of The Knife Thrower's Beautiful Accomplice 


This is the 3rd of a group of mixes made for a trade w/ boogichild; this is the imagined soundtrack for a sequel to the film Six String Samurai. If you've seen the film then you know what this should probably sound like. There are a lot of tracks from about 3-4 bands here but the songs really kinda stayed true to the feeling I wanted here. If pressed for a quick run-through the story line (which is improbable, I know) it's typical boy meets girl, loses girl, goes across the country and through the desert, samurai-swording baddies at dives along the way, culminated by a big exibition of skills in guitar, a final sword-fight w/ death, and then....the surprise, girl was not ever lost, just out doing her thing, but comes back just in time to rescue the Samurai and helps him kill death for the very last time. Yunno, typical movie fare
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Date: 12/20/2002
I really liked the movie except for that awful annoying kid. Great mix.
Date: 12/20/2002
I love the movie- the annoying kid is funny... all those 80's post-apocalyptic flicks had annoying kids... Thunderdome, Warriors of the Wasteland, etc. The Red Elvises are one of my favorite bands, too.
This sounds like a great soundtrack for a sequel. I love the Tom Waits track and I'm a big SCOTS fan. It sounds like this movie would have him heading from Vegas to Memphis, with all the southern tinged tunes. Fun mix!
Date: 12/20/2002
The picture chosen for this cover originally had the annoying, Davey-Crockett hat wearing kid. I cut-n-pasted him out....good thing I guess
Date: 12/20/2002
Nice mix. I liked the soundtrack better than I liked the movie itself...there's only so many times you can watch a guy slo-mo his sword through somebody before it gets old. This looks kickin', though.
Franklin Onn
Date: 12/21/2002
Missed this the other day. This looks very cool (although I haven't seen the movie) as do some of your other mixes. Let me know if you'd like to trade sometime.
Date: 1/6/2003
Yeah, I am a NYU film grad but admit I never did catch this one. I better go out and get it, huh? In any case, this continues with the good mixing skills. Haven't listened to it as much as the others yet, but I really like the Southern Backtones. Saw them open for somebody cool (can't remember right now) in our old homestate a couple years back. Forgot how good they are! I'd love it if someone would do a road movie from Vegas to Memphis! My kind of fun!