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on 4 October 2000
Although the British film Trainspotting has been compared to Pulp Fiction terms of the content of the movie as far as soundtracks go "Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels" echoes the brilliant soundtrack to Pulp Fiction more closely. The album includes some of the best modern British bands and combines this in with some rock, reggae, soul and funk classics from the seventies by artists such as James Brown, Dusty Springfield and the E-Z Rollers, the soundtrack has a hard edge to it which perfectly complements the movie and there is no doubt that Guy Ritchie has taken a leaf out of the Tarantino book of compiling a movie soundtrack.
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