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Beavis and Butt-Head Do America Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 6 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Geffen Records
  • Run Time: 81 minutes
  • ASIN: B000000OVI
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #53,767 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Two Cool Guys (Theme From Beavis And Butt-Head Do America) - Isaac Hayes
2. Love Rollercoaster - Red Hot Chili Peppers
3. Ain't Nobody - LL Cool J
4. Ratfinks, Suicide Tanks And Cannibal Girls - White Zombie
5. I Wanna Riot - Rancid/Stubborn All-Stars
6. Walk On Water - Ozzy Osbourne
7. Snakes - No Doubt
8. Pimp'n Ain't EZ - Madd Head
9. The Lord Is A Monkey (Rock Version) - Butthole Surfers
10. White Trash - Southern Culture On The Skids
11. Gone Shootin' - AC/DC
12. Lesbian Seagull - Engelbert Humperdinck

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Format: Audio CD
The Soundtrack for "Beavis and Butthead Do America" is pretty much what you expect - a bunch of artists that are "Beavis and Butthead approved". In other words, these are the bands and artists that Beavis and Butthead would think are cool as they are watching their music videos. The collection contains some big names such as AC/DC, Ozzy Osbourne, No Doubt, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. It also contains such 'underground' artists such as the "Butthole Surfers". Plus what Beavis and Butthead endorsed album would be complete without Engelbert Humperdinck. This collection is clearly not for children or teens. There are mature lyrics and themes in here. My review here isn't to judge the album on that, but to point that out. The bottom line is that this is also not a great collection. There are some songs on here that will grab your attention - but there are also is some real garbage on this collection.
There are really 5 songs that are of any value here. Isaac Hayes (who has had a career renaissance in the 90s), kicks it off with a song called "Two Cool Guys". This song features a sampling of the Beavis and Butthead theme song. Isaac's voice narrates most of the song that has a very distinct 70s feel to it. The Red Hot Chili Peppers follow-up with a remake of the Ohio Players' "Love Rollercoaster". The Chili Peppers have a unique gift for being able to mix rock, hip hop, funk, metal and punk and the remake of this song on this collection will clearly show how well they do this - I like it even better than the original. LL Cool J then does a hip hop version of Chaka Khan's "Ain't Nobody". This is a pretty entertaining remake of this song - and I'm not a big hip hop fan at all.
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The movie itself is great! But this soundtrack is not IMO! With most of the songs beeing recent to the day it came out it makes me wonder why AC/DC allowed there great 1977 song "gone Shootin'" from POWERAGE to be amongst the crap that infested this album?
The intro song by Issac Hayes is ok, if youd like to hear how Shaft would have written the Beavis & Butthead TV show theme! and White Trash was almost a decnt song, but the effects ruined it! Ozzy Osbourne hasnt contributed a great tune here IMO, and White Zombie couldve done alot better.
The only song that makes me continue to keep this album is the fact it contains a great AC/DC song on it! I see Selloutica wouldnt allow one of there dodgey songs to be in the movie, but even they would have improved this album!
Apart from AC/DC's presence, the only other thing i liked about the album was when you suffer through the last song "lesbian seagull" you hear a bit off Beavis & Butthead shoot a bird and start laughing!
For Beavis and Butthead i'd have expected a better soundtrack then this? And I hate Red Hot Chillie peppers so they get no credit for that worthless song the contributed to this album~
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O.K. why's everyone panning this albumn. It's a pretty awesome collection of songs. Of course everyone and his/her mother has heard Love Rollercoaster by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers. But there are lots of other good songs on this CD. The White Zombie song is pretty rocking. It's got a slow driving beat to it that is infectious (interestingly enough, it was also the intro music to an old Playstation game called Wipeout XL). Personally I think the crown jewel of this albumn is the remake of I Wanna Riot that Rancid did with Stubborn All Stars. That song is sooooooo sweet. It may anger some hardcore punkers and diehard, pureist Rancid fans, but all I have to say to those type of people is get over yourself and try to have an open mind. Other songs worthy of mention are Gone Shootin' by AC/DC, Pimpin' Ain't Ez by Madd Head, and Ain't Nobody by LL Cool J. White Trash by Southern Culture on the Skids is also fun and pretty cool, and of course you can't forget the Theme song by Isaac Hayes and (wonder of wonders) Lesbian Seagull by Enelbert Humperdinck. The songs by Ozzy and No Doubt aren't that great (i was very dissapointed by Ozzy), and the Butthole Surfers cater to a very specific taste (I personally enjoyed this song). All in all, however, it was an albumn WELL worth the money. There are good songs from almost every genre of music, which suits me because I listen to any and all types. If you like variety, you can't go wrong with this albumn.
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The movie was released on December 20,1996 grossed over three million dollars within the first two weeks of release. I saw it the day it came out and a second time three days later. On the cover are MTV's Beavis and Butthead in clothes and hairstyles from the 1970's riding motorcycles like a scene from an episode of TV's "Chips". The album opens with Isaac Hayes' TWO COOL GUYS sounding like it was recorded in the seventies. Hayes had a hit in '71 called "The Theme from 'Shaft'". The Red Hot Chili Peppers cover the Ohio Players' '75 hit LOVE ROLLERCOASTER. AIN'T NOBODY was covered by LL Cool J. That song was recorded sometime in the 70's,I just don't know by who. AC-DC recycles their song GONE SHOOTIN'. Even Engelbert Humperdinck recorded a song called LESBIAN SEAGULL. That probably went below his principles. There's also the song with the s-word and the racial slur that rhymes with "bigger". That's MADD HEAD. This one is cool. HUH HUH HUH HEH HEH HEH!
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