The Jerky Boys (soundtrack)

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The Jerky Boys
Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released January 24, 1995
Recorded Various Dates
Genre Hip Hop, Rock
Length 39:05
Label Atlantic
Producer Various Artists
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

The Jerky Boys is the original soundtrack album of the film of the same title, starring The Jerky Boys. It was released on January 24, 1995.

The Jerky Boys had a busy year in 1995; they took the year off as far as recording an album, however. They did not release a new album until they departed from Select Records and signed to Mercury Records for their third album The Jerky Boys 3, which would be released the following year.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Accordions & Keyboards" - Jerky Boys
  2. "Gel" - Collective Soul
  3. "2000 Light Years Away" - Green Day
  4. "Dial a Jam" - Coolio & The 40 Thevz
  5. "Shallow End" - Superchunk
  6. "Four Fly Guys" - Hurricane & Beastie Boys
  7. "Are You Gonna Go My Way?" - Tom Jones, covering Lenny Kravitz
  8. "Hanging on the Telephone" - L7, covering Blondie
  9. "Beef Jerky" - House of Pain
  10. "Symptom of the Universe" - Helmet, covering Black Sabbath
  11. "Dirty Dancing" - Wu-Tang Clan
  • "You Got Me Sick as a Dog" - Jerky Boys (hidden track at the end of Dirty Dancing)

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