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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
422-828 927-2 Various Gummo(CD, Album, Comp) London Records 422-828 927-2 US 1997 Sell This Version
PRCD 7658 2 Various Gummo(CD, Album, Comp, Promo) London Records, Innerstate Records PRCD 7658 2 US 1997 Sell This Version
POCD-1277 Various Gummo(CD, Album, Comp) London Records POCD-1277 Japan 1998 Sell This Version
WIGCD 52 Various Gummo(CD, Album, Comp) Domino WIGCD 52 UK 1998 Sell This Version
WIG52 Various Gummo(2xLP, Album, Comp, Ltd) Domino WIG52 UK 2016 Sell This Version


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May 10, 2018
referencing Gummo, CD, Album, Comp, 422-828 927-2
Isn't there a Cassette version of this soundtrack as well?


June 8, 2008
referencing Gummo, CD, Album, Comp, 422-828 927-2
The soundtrack to the cult film gummo opens up with a good taste of traditional black metal, the gold torques of ulaid by absu. eyehategod provides a fantastic example of sloppy southern sludge metal, serving time in the middle of nowhere, a previously unreleased track. after the alternative metal band electric hellfire club's dwsob, grindcore/power violence band spazz give the exclusive gummo love theme. german metal band bethlehem's schuld unsres knochrigen flatpferd is their first song on the soundtrack. burzum gives us an abridged version of rundgang um die transzendentale saule der singularitat, a great example of dark ambient sound. black metal god bathory gives the soundtrack equimanthorn, a great example of the viking influenced music he and his different lineups are known for. dark noerd offers a previously unreleased song, smokin husk to the soundtrack. stoner metal legends sleep contribute the opening track to sleeps holy mountain, dragonaut to the soundtrack. south american metal band brujeria give the soundtrack a song matando gueros, which translates to kill the whites. namanax contributes their song the medicine man, right before nifelheims hellish blasphemy and mystifiers strange give the human devil his due. destroy all monsters anti music track moms and dads pussy gives a very strange vibe, with children talking about pussies and peanut butter motherfuckers. bethlehem leaves the soundtrack with their song verschleierte irrelgiositat and mischa maisky offers a classical piece right before sleep's some bluegrass, and then the soundtrack ends with rose shepherds and ellen m smith's jesus loves me