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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Big Pimp Jones - Bad Bad Jimmy Ruckus (2009)



traxsource.com
The funky soundtrack to the 'cult' blaxploitation movie that has never been released -Who knew a movie that never even made it to theatres could create such a buzz? By buzz, we mean a bidding war resulting in the highest ending auction amount on ebay, ever (at the time). By buzz, we mean a 7,000 final auction price. By buzz, we mean a winning bidder who chose to remain anonymous (but who, if you believe the rumours is none other than Quentin Tarantino). By buzz, we mean an ever-moving theatrical release date that continues to get delayed due to the controversial nature of the content (which again, if you believe the rumours, includes a body count in the hundreds, a seven minute sexcene, and a final scene where the bad guy's skull gets punched clean out of his head). That's the kind of buzz we mean. Will we ever get to see this film? Of that we can't be sure, but what we can be sure of is that you hold in your hands the soundtrack to this flick, and that it is one bad mutha. Soundtracks like this are why we dig for records - they're what keep us going when hours, days, even months haven't borne fruit, they're the things that make the travels worth it. This is one of those records that make you do a sextuple-take because you can't believe what you just found: the soundtrack to a cult legend movie that hasn't been released for 35 years and counting. And what a soundtrack it is! Drums all over the place, bass so thick you can spread it on toast and other instrumentation that adds up to a serious dose of fownk. And not only are the tunes good, but the arrangement of it all as well - who knew people used clips of dialogue like this on soundtracks back in the day? Until the movie gets released, if it ever gets released, we can at least enjoy the music from the soundtrack and the bits of dialogue that give us sparse hints about the film. Because if the film is like the soundtrack, it is going to be one bad, bad experience.

parisdj's.com
Link to more info on the band Big Pimp Jones and this Spoof! OST
(Thanx to Sadomania over at Cinemageddon for pointing this out).

1. The Busiest Chicken Stand In Town (0:04)
2. Fry Chicken In Your Hot Pants (1:44)
3. Fistfight In The Master Bath (3:18)
4. Good Morning (0:05)
5. Dunk It Down Chocolate Thunder (3:46)
6. I Know Karate And I Know White People (0:07)
7. Deadly Ruckus Crane Strike (2:17)
8. Get Jimmy Ruckus Now (0:10)
9. U.F.Ho (2:15)
10. Car Chase 92 (2:48)
11. This Cat's About To Make The Cover (0:09)
12. Slip N Slide (4:28)
13. The Pimp Stroll (2:32)
14. Jimmy Ruckus Must Be In Town (0:04)
15. Takin' Off (2:53)
16. Funky Santa (2:39)
17. Even My Socks... (0:04)
18. Matt The Mack's Theme (3:00)
19. I'll Hit You So Hard (0:07)
20. South And 41st (2:52)
21. You're Directing Me (0:08)
22. Cocoa Butter (3:00)
23. How Many Plate Glass Windows... (0:09)
24. The Alleyway (1:41)
25. Sunday Afternoon (1:37)
26. His Skull Flew Out The Dude's Head! (0:04)
27. Three Color Collar (2:41)


Thanks to: Isbum

3 comments:

Shane said...

WOW, I've never heard this story! Sounds awesome! I looked further on the net and see the actual price for it was $927,000. Would you know what year the film was purchased? If it is true that it was Quentin Tarantino, he has a film fest every couple of years or so in Austin where he shows all of his rare gems. I'd surely hope this could be one of them someday!

2ble F said...

I have bought the CD and it's a real KILLER!!! A real must have....
Hope to see the movie someday!!!
Great post!!

Funkback said...

Hate to be the one to put a damper on You guys but this is an obvius Spoof. Further research on the band Big Pimp Jones reveal their Breakestra like roots see here:
http://www.parisdjs.com/index.php/post/Big-Pimp-Jones-Bad-Bad-Jimmy-Ruckus
I guess they and their label couldn't resist copping some cues from the marketing campaigns for Soul Ecstasy and Shorty The Pimp. But I agree som of the music on there is tha real shiznit, much better seasoned than most other Spoof projects floatin' around.

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