Tuesday, June 23, 2009

larry's travel lies: the movie soundtrack


























You might have been tempted to utter that academic phrase, "I liked the book better than the movie," but after you watched larry's travel lies, you probably acknowledged why you like moviews as much as you do. Even more than that, you fell in love with the movie soundtrack with its racing guitar riffs, champion solos, drifting drums, and amusement park smörgåsbord of sound combos, of which "percolate" has to be a tune that most reminds you of deep-fried homemade cherry ice cream filled with espresso, lemon, and marshmallow.

Remember, no one pays you to use your imagination.

If you love that scene at an outdoor rock concert where Larry ambles back to his seat with a lady's wristwatch in hand and has to explain to Bill and Mark that he got it in exchange for a favor, you'll love the new Pinkerouous version of "faster faster faster" on the soundtrack.

Love the movie? Love the book, but think it would have been better with a soundtrack? Well, here it is.

1 comment:

  1. I for one found the movie far more appealing than the book and the soundtrack has a lot to do with it. Like, in the final scene when Larry is told his heart transplant has gone terribly wrong and that he now has the heart of a zonkie -- and the song, "Cheating Lying Bastards Never Win' starts playing...Oh my god...it gets me every time! Amazing!

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