Question about The Kill Bill soundtrack

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  1. macrumors newbie

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    Could someone tell me how many of the songs on The Kill Bill soundtrack contain swearing?


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    Flowbee

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    There's one song called "Ode to Oren Ishii" by The RZA that contains one use of the F-word and some violent imagery (I don't remember this song in the film). There's also a clip of dialogue from the film called "Queen of the Crime Council" that contains quite a bit of swearing. I think that's all.
     
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    SeaFox

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    Re: Question about The Kill Bill soundtrack

    I know what this is about, and isn't it amusing?

    An album that has "earned" the Explict Content/Lyrics seal gets that label on every track, simply because they are on that album. Unfortunately, this really doesn't work well for a music store that sells tracks piecemeal.

    How's this for an example:

    I submitted the oldies classic "Son of a Preacher Man" by Dusty Springfield last night. I chose the version on the Pulp Fiction soundtrack for audio quality, and because that album has "Explict Content" so does the Dusty Springfield song, which was recorded at a time you couldn't get anything with explict language published by a record company! :D
     
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    Flowbee

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    Re: Re: Question about The Kill Bill soundtrack

    Is the Kill Bill soundtrack on the iTMS? I'm not seeing it.
     

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