Clerks (soundtrack)

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Clerks: Music from the Motion Picture
Soundtrack album
Released October 11, 1994
Genre Alternative rock, punk rock, heavy metal, grunge
Label Sony
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Clerks
(1994)
Mallrats
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Clerks is the 1994 soundtrack album to the film of the same name. The soundtrack features alternative rock songs performed by various artists, as well as audio clips from the film. Famously, the cost of licensing the songs on the soundtrack cost more than the film cost to make.[citation needed]

On November 15th, 2012, Kevin Smith found the original copy of the tape in his house. The tape was dubbed over an instructional 4 track cassette. According to Smith, "Henry Hudson Regional school mate Scott Angley and his band LOVE AMONGST FREAKS recorded the score, opening song and others pieces on an old 4 track recorder in their garage."

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Contributing artist Length
1. "Dante's Lament" (Dialogue) Brian O'Halloran 0:04
2. "Clerks"   Love Among Freaks 3:41
3. "Kill the Sex Player"   Girls Against Boys 3:16
4. "No Time for Love, Dr. Jones" (Dialogue) Jeff Anderson 0:09
5. "Got Me Wrong"   Alice in Chains 4:09
6. "Randal and Dante on Sex" (Dialogue) Jeff Anderson, Brian O'Halloran 0:19
7. "Making Me Sick"   Bash & Pop 2:14
8. "A Bunch of Muppets" (Dialogue) Jeff Anderson, Brian O'Halloran 0:23
9. "Chewbacca"   Supernova 1:26
10. "Panic in Cicero"   The Jesus Lizard 3:26
11. "Shooting Star"   Golden Smog 4:40
12. "Leaders and Followers"   Bad Religion 2:41
13. "I Like to Expand My Horizons" (Dialogue) Jeff Anderson, Brian O'Halloran 0:15
14. "Violent Mood Swings (Thread Mix)"   Stabbing Westward 5:31
15. "Berserker"   Love Among Freaks 2:08
16. "Big Problems"   Corrosion of Conformity 2:15
17. "Go Your Own Way"   Seaweed 3:49
18. "Social Event of the Season" (Dialogue) Brian O'Halloran, Jeff Anderson 0:27
19. "Can't Even Tell"   Soul Asylum 3:13
20. "Jay's Chant" (Dialogue) Jason Mewes 0:10

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