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Discussion in 'Music Discussion' started by ///M Power, Nov 7, 2003.
Could someone tell me how many of the songs on The Kill Bill soundtrack contain swearing?
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.
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!
Re: Re: Question about The Kill Bill soundtrack
Is the Kill Bill soundtrack on the iTMS? I'm not seeing it.