The Jerky Boys (soundtrack)

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For the debut album by The Jerky Boys, see The Jerky Boys (album).
The Jerky Boys
Jerky Boys The Movie Soundtrack.jpg
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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