or, to turn the tables, most reviews on the Amazon site the additional tracks NOT used in the film, from John Frusciante, who is a famous roqueiro, I believe.
For me, regardless what one will take from Signore Gallo's filmes (I enjoyed "Buffalo 66", Brown Bunny , not as well), and even of his soulful, yet amateur musical recordings (Bufalo 66 soundtrack features, and his CD recordings), Vincent Gallo has shown impeccable taste in choosing compositions for his soundtracks!
Instead of using tipico po tracks, he mines the vaults, and chooses musics obscure from "unknown" (to the general USian population) to "famous" musicians , where he chooses the most "obscure" of their compositions.
For Bufalo CD, early Yes and King Krimson, here, Gordon Lightfoot's "Beautiful", from the "familiar artistas" vaults, and on the Bunni soundtrack, the legendary trompettista Ted Curson and his tribute to the legendary sax/flautista Eric Dolphy ("Tears for Eric"), and the Italian Matisse/Accardo quarteto ("Smooth"), as well as obscure folcloric singer Jackson Frank.
These compositions are as integral to the mood of Gallofilmes as, say Morricone to Sergio Leone "westerns", por ex.!
Enjoy Gallo, despise him, no matter, this lad KNOWS what sounds great!
A true "contro-corrente" in every way, manifests best when comes to musics!
hat's off , VG, as the English say!