Building a Better Soundtrack (Or, What, No “Sister Christian”?)

It should be noted that the Inside Deep Throat soundtrack is killer, laced with pounding hits from the ’70s. – A Little Variety, Inside Deep Throat Blog, Feb. 4, 2005
Building a motion picture soundtrack from the component parts of other popular motion picture soundtracks is a great way to reward your audience for their previously exhibited good taste. Besides, the deeply rooted associations the audience has with the other film (whether it’s the giddy rush of the adult film business in the 70’s or the gritty thrill of crime addled Times Square) will act as a Pavlovian trigger, placing your film in a richer, more satisfying cultural context.
Here’s how to do it the Inside Deep Throat Way:
“Spill the Wine,” by War
“Brand New Key,” by Melanie
(from Boogie Nights)
“Jungle Boogie,” by Kool & the Gang
(from Pulp Fiction)
“Superfly,” by Curtis Mayfield
(from Superfly)
“Love Is Strange,” by Mickey & Sylvia
(from Dirty Dancing)
“Draggin’ the Line,” by Tommy James & The Shondells
(from Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me)
The Inside Deep Throat Soundtrack will, no doubt, be available in stores soon.

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