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Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - complete chronological soundtrack playlist

Artist Song
The Lennon Sisters  My Favorite Things 
Big Brother & the Holding Company  Combination of the Two 
Brewer & Shipley  One Toke Over the Line 
Combustible Edison  Spy vs. Spy 
John Mayall & Jeff Beck  Lady 
Tom Jones  She's a Lady 
Robert Goulet  My Love, Forgive Me (Amore Scusami) 
Tom Jones  It's Not Unusual 
Wayne Newton  Strangers in the Night 
The Yardbirds  For Your Love 
Jefferson Airplane  White Rabbit 
Jefferson Airplane  Somebody to Love 
Ray Cooper  A Drug Score (part 1: Acid Spill) 
the Youngbloods  Let's Get Together 
Raoul Duke  San Francisco in the Middle 60s... 
Three Dog Night  Mama Told Me Not to Come 
Bob Dylan  Stuck Inside Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again 
Booker T & the MGs  Time is Tight 
Frank Sinatra  You're Getting to be a Habit With Me 
Perry Como  Magic Moments 
Ray Cooper  A Drug Score (Part 2- Adrenochrome) 
The Ohio Express  Yummy Yummy Yummy 
Debbie Reynolds  Tammy 
Ray Cooper  A Drug Score (Part 3 - Flashbacks) 
Big Brother & the Holding Company  Ball and Chain 
Buffalo Springfield  Expecting to Fly 
The Rolling Stones  Jumpin' Jack Flash 
Dead Kennedys  Viva Las Vegas 


All the songs from the movie in order.


Date: 11/27/2003
Yes!!! I've always wanted to do this mix but I didn't have enough of the non-soundtrack songs. This looks like a great companion to your previous Thompson mix.
French Connection
Date: 11/27/2003
Took time out to watch the F&LILV video last night; which I bought a while back but never got around to watching. Loved the movie 1st time around (perhaps I got a little too much into the spirit of things b4 venturing out if I recall correctly)Have to say the only thing I liked 2nd time around was the music. So yet again nice one Stripey.
Date: 11/27/2003
Looks excellent don't see much of Perry Como on AoTM!
Date: 11/27/2003
Yeah, the movie is only good in small doses- I just watched it twice in a week to do these mixes, and to listen to Thompson's hilarious and poignant commentary track, and the second time around I was annoyed at how it concentrated on the buffoonery instead of showing how bizarre the mainstream American culture was in the 70's. Don't get me wrong, there are plenty of great scenes that do show that, just not enough for frequent viewings.
Date: 11/27/2003
That movie rocks!! cool mix...this is a great idea cuz they never include all the songs on soundtracks. I kept forgetting what that Rolling Stones track was called!
Date: 11/28/2003
Interesting to see, but I have to admit I never liked the film, even on the first time around. I think you're right - the film (from what I remember of it) focused on the superfluous hedonism rather than the moral decay/rude awakening. I'd kind of given up on HST but read 'Kingdom of Fear' a few months back because I saw it in the library...he still has his moments :)
Dull Dishwater
Date: 7/23/2004
that's a pretty well-maintained list. There is one thing, though: did you, by chance, ever stumble upon the title of the song that Debbie Reynolds is singing at the Desert Room in the Tropicana? I can't find the name of it.
That, and it wasn't on the list. I imagine that she only performed it at concerts. That, and it was actually a duet. Oh well