Various ‎– Desperado (The Soundtrack)

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Real Gone Music ‎– RGM-0882
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Blood & Gunpowder, RSD Black Friday 2019
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A1 Los Lobos with Antonio Banderas Canción Del Mariachi (Morena De Mi Corazón)
Engineer – Bill Jackson, Cesar RosasMixed By – Bill Jackson, Steve BerlinProducer – Los LobosWritten-By – Cesar Rosas
2:06
A1.1 Steve Buscemi "...There He Was..."
Voice [Dialogue Spoken By] – Steve Buscemi
A2 Dire Straits Six Blade Knife
Written-By – Mark Knopfler
4:34
A2.1 Cheech Marin "...The Bartender Never Gets Killed."
Voice [Dialogue Spoken By] – Cheech Marin
A3 Link Wray & His Ray Men* Jack The Ripper
Written-By – Link Wray, Milt Grant*
2:31
A4 Latin Playboys Manifold De Amour
Written-By – David Hidalgo, Louis Perez*
2:02
A5 Latin Playboys Forever Night Shade Mary
Written-By – David Hidalgo, Louis Perez*
2:59
B1 Roger & The Gypsies Pass The Hatchet
Written-By – Earl Stanley Oropeza*, Ray Theriot, Roger Leon, Jr.*
2:54
B1.1 Antonio Banderas and Cheech Marin "Is There Something In The Guitar Case?..."
Voice [Dialogue Spoken By] – Antonio Banderas, Cheech Marin
B2 Los Lobos Bar Fight
Engineer – Bill Jackson, Cesar RosasMixed By – Bill Jackson, Steve BerlinWritten-By, Producer – Los Lobos
1:54
B2.2 Antonio Banderas "...But You Had To Do It The Hard Way."
Voice [Dialogue Spoken By] – Antonio Banderas
B3 Tito & Tarantula Strange Face Of Love
Mixed By – David TickleWritten-By, Producer – Tito Larriva
5:59
B3.1 Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek "...I Use It To Pick Up Girls."
Voice [Dialogue Spoken By] – Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek
B4 Los Lobos Bucho's Gracias / Navajas Attacks
Engineer – Bill Jackson, Cesar RosasMixed By – Bill Jackson, Steve BerlinWritten-By, Producer – Los Lobos
3:54
B4.1 Antonio Banderas and Steve Buscemi "Forgive Me, Father..."
Voice [Dialogue Spoken By] – Antonio Banderas, Steve Buscemi
B5 Los Lobos Bulletproof
Engineer – Bill Jackson, Cesar RosasMixed By – Bill Jackson, Steve BerlinWritten-By, Producer – Los Lobos
1:43
C1 Carlos Santana Bella
Written-By – Carlos Santana, Chester Thompson (2), Sterling Crew
4:28
C2 Salma Hayek Quédate Aquí
Written-By – Mildred Villafane*
2:06
C2.1 Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek "You Look Great..."
Voice [Dialogue Spoken By] – Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek
C3 Los Lobos Rooftop Action
Engineer – Bill Jackson, Cesar RosasMixed By – Bill Jackson, Steve BerlinWritten-By, Producer – Los Lobos
1:35
C3.1 Antonio Banderas "...Easier To Destroy Than To Create..."
Voice [Dialogue Spoken By] – Antonio Banderas
C4 Los Lobos Phone Call
Engineer – Bill Jackson, Cesar RosasMixed By – Bill Jackson, Steve BerlinWritten-By, Producer – Los Lobos
2:16
D0 Antonio Banderas "...Bring Your Guitars."
Voice [Dialogue Spoken By] – Antonio Banderas
D1 Tito & Tarantula White Train (Showdown)
Arranged By – Steven Medina Hufsteder*Mixed By – Thom PanunzioProducer – Charlie Midnight, Tito LarrivaWritten-By – Tito Larriva
5:56
D1.1 Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek "Did I Thank You?..."
Voice [Dialogue Spoken By] – Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek
D2 Tito & Tarantula Back To The House That Love Built
Mixed By – Thom PanunzioProducer – Charlie Midnight, Tito LarrivaWritten-By – Charlie Midnight, Tito Larriva, Tony Marsico, Valerie Marsico
4:48
D3 Los Lobos Let Love Reign
Mixed By – Bill Jackson, Steve BerlinRecorded By – Bill Jackson, Cesar RosasWritten-By, Producer – Los Lobos
3:22
D4 Los Lobos Mariachi Suite
Engineer – Bill Jackson, Cesar RosasMixed By – Bill Jackson, Steve BerlinWritten-By, Producer – Los Lobos
4:24

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2019 Record Store Day Black Friday pressing, 'Blood & Gunpowder' vinyl, limited pressing of 1800, release date 29th November 2019

Hype Sticker:
"THE GUN 'N' GUITAR-SLINGING SOUNDTRACK TO THE 1995 WESTERN / First time ever on vinyl / Featuring / Never-to-Be-Reprinted Gatefold with / Illustrated Artwork by / Matt Ryan Tobin / 2-LP SET PRESSED IN / "BLOOD 7 GUNPOWDER" VINYL / LIMITED TO 2500! COPIES! / 19075927841S1"

From the RSD website:
"Like his buddy and occasional collaborator Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez is one of those film directors whose movies always come with incredible soundtracks. But it’s tough to top the array of music he assembled for his gun ‘n’ guitar-slinging western Desperado, the 1995 sequel to his breakthrough debut El Mariachi. Not only was the Desperado score composed and performed by the L.A. bands Los Lobos (whose performance of “Mariachi Suite” won a Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Performance) and Tito and Tarantula (memorably seen the following year as the house band at the Titty Twister in Rodriguez’s From Dusk Till Dawn), but it also boasted contributions from Dire Straits, Link Wray, Carlos Santana, and the Latin Playboys among other artists. A blend of ranchera, Chicano, and garage rock, it’s the perfect accompaniment for the blood-soaked imagery of the film…and for this, the first vinyl release of the soundtrack, we at Real Gone Music have created the perfect visual accompaniment as well. For the gatefold jacket housing our 2 X LP set, we commissioned Illustrator Matt Ryan Tobin to create one-of-a-kind, never-to-be-reprinted illustrated artwork, a lyrical yet lurid tableau that was approved not just by Robert Rodriguez but also by all four actors depicted (Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Steve Buscemi, and Joaquim de Almeida). Inside the gatefold, we designed two 4-color inner sleeves offering production stills from the film, and pressed up 2500 copies in sultry “Blood & Gunpowder” vinyl. This pressing is exclusive for RSD Black Friday, and, again, both the jacket and the colored vinyl will never be reprinted…this might be the most collectible release we have ever created!

1. Los Lobos with Antonio Banderas “Canción Del Mariachi (Morena De Mi Corazón” 2. Dire Straits “Six Blade Knife” 3. Link Wray & His Ray “Jack the Ripper” 4. Latin Playboys “Manifold De Amour” 5. Latin Playboys “Forever Night Shade Mary” 6. Roger & The Gypsies “Pass the Hatchet” 7. Los Lobos “Bar Fight” 8. Tito & Tarantula “Strange Face of Love” 9. Los Lobos “Bucho’s Gracias/Navajas Attacks” 10. Los Lobos “Bulletproof” 11. Carlos Santana “Bella” 12. Salma Hayek “Quédate Aqui” 13. Los Lobos “Rooftop Action” 14. Los Lobos “Phone Call” 15. Tito & Tarantula “White Train (Showdown)” 16. Tito & Tarantula “Back to the House That Love Built” 17. Los Lobos “Let Love Reign” 18. Los Lobos “Mariachi Suite”"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 848064008828
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MRP1717 / 19075927841/AB - A 185132E1/A (Stamped) A4 (etched)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MRP1717 / 19075927841/AB - B 185132E32/A (Stamped)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): MRP1717 / 19075927841/CD - C 185132E3/A (Stamped)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): MRP1717 / 19075927841/CD - D 185132E4/A (Stamped)

Other Versions (5 of 21) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EK 67294 Various Desperado(CD, Comp) Epic Soundtrax EK 67294 US 1995 Sell This Version
EK 67294 Various Desperado (The Soundtrack)(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Epic Soundtrax (2) EK 67294 Bulgaria 1995 Sell This Version
EK 67294 Various Desperado(CD, Comp) Epic Soundtrax EK 67294 Canada 1995 Sell This Version
480944 2, EPC 480944 2 Various Desperado (The Soundtrack)(CD, Comp, RE) Epic Soundtrax, Epic Soundtrax 480944 2, EPC 480944 2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
4809440 Various Desperado (The Soundtrack)(CD) Epic, Columbia Pictures 4809440 Russia 2006 Sell This Version

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drink2mny

drink2mny

December 3, 2019
Mine has a horrible audible thumping sound throughout side A & B. This sucks....
e.vondran

e.vondran

November 30, 2019

I think it sounds a bit more crisp and open than the CD. It has a good inherent volume and overall a quality pressing. My Side B, last track "Bulletproof" does have defect in it; I can't see it or feel it but I can certainly hear it. I love the artwork for it, just great to look at. I love the colour of the records as well. Aside from the one track defect, I'm very happy with this. The hype sticker leads me to believe there will be another, more plain release at some point, so I'll look forward to picking that up as well.
andregoncalves

andregoncalves

November 29, 2019

How is the pressing and how does it sounds? Thanks