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Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 1 decade ago

What music of the Snatch soundtrack is this?

Does anyone know what is the name of the music which is mainly used when Turkish shows up? E.g. it is used when he follows Erol to Bricktop, telling him that Gorgeous George can't fight.


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  • 1 decade ago
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    Snatch: Stealin' Stones and Breakin' Bones

    Soundtrack by various artists

    Released January 9, 2001

    Genre Rock


    Brit pop


    Label Universal International

    TVT Records

    Professional reviews

    * Allmusic 3/5 stars Link

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    Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

    (1998) Snatch

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    Two versions of the soundtrack album were released, one on the Universal International label with 23 tracks and a TVT Records release with 20.

    [edit] Track listing

    1. "Diamond" - Klint

    2. ""Vere Iz da Storn?"" - Benicio del Toro

    3. "Supermoves" - Overseer

    4. "Hernando's Hideaway" - The Johnston Brothers

    5. ""Zee Germans"" - Jason Statham

    6. "Golden Brown" - The Stranglers

    7. "Dreadlock Holiday" - 10cc

    8. "Kosha Nostra Theme" - John Murphy and Daniel L. Griffiths

    9. ""Avi Arrives"" - Dennis Farina

    10. "Cross the Tracks (We Better Go Back)" - Maceo & the Macks

    11. "Disco Science" - Mirwais

    12. ""Nemesis"" - Alan Ford

    13. "Hot Pants (I'm Coming, Coming, I'm Coming)" - Bobby Byrd

    14. "Lucky Star" - Madonna

    15. ""Come Again!"" - Alan Ford

    16. "Ghost Town" - The Specials

    17. ""Shrinking Balls"" - Vinnie Jones

    18. "Sensual Woman" - The Herbaliser

    19. "Angel" - Massive Attack

    20. ""RRRR...Rumble"" - Charles Cork

    21. "******' in the Bushes" - Oasis

    22. ""Avi's Declaration"" - Dennis Farina

    23. "Don't You Just Know It" - Huey "Piano" Smith & the Clowns

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  • 1 decade ago

    I'm sorry, but I fear that does not answer the question. I was also aware of the soundtrack, but I simply can't find the theme which is often played when Turkish appears. Anybody knows about this track?

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