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The second of two soundtracks released to accompany the Bruce McDonald film. This soundtrack is written and primarily performed by Nash the Slash (ex-FM), with a great deal of help from Tony Malone (who also co-produced). The music is sparse, interesting, and downright creepy at times. Short bits of dialogue from the film help create an overall uneasy, but interesting effect. The music is mostly electronic jazz, with a couple of straight-out rock numbers, featuring Nash in fine vocal form. An enjoyable, if somewhat unsettling listening experience.
Highway 61 is a 1991 Canadian film directed by Bruce McDonald. The film is an unofficial sequel to his 1989 film Roadkill; although focusing on different characters, it centres on a road trip beginning in Thunder Bay, Ontario, where the road trip depicted in the earlier film ended.
Highway61 " is a soundtrack album to the Canadian film " Highway61 ", released in 1991. The album produced the first chart hit for Canadian alternative band Bourbon Tabernacle Choir, " Put Your Head On ". It also resulted in a left - field chart success for TomJones, whose 1965 single " It ' s Not Unusual " charted on Canadian modern rock and campus radio stations as a result of the soundtrack. Nash the Slash also composed the film ' s score.
Heard on. Highway 61 (1991). Artists: Nash The Slash, Marie Piazza Music By: Nash The Slash. TOP 20 Popular songs from films where this soundtrack is played. It's not unusual by Tom Jones. heard on Highway 61. Sugar, sugar by The Archies. Do you remember rock 'n' roll radio? by Ramones. Roll on down the highway by Bachman-turner Overdrive. Sally on by Sam Larkin. My way or the highway by The Razorbacks. Hard ball by Blackglama. Dance by Acid Test
Nash the Slash also composed the film's instrumental score. Highway - Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différentes œuvres portant le même titre.
Nash the Slash, Soundtrack: Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood. Nash The Slash has been creating his unique concept of sound and vision for over twenty years. His first live presentation of music to film was a performance to the surreal silent film "Un Chien Andalou" at the Roxy Theatre in Toronto. Nash The Slash was born of silent film . 1991 Highway 61 (performer: "Into the Land of the Fire", "War", "Get Outa Nowhere"), (writer: "Into the Land of the Fire", "War", "Get Outa Nowhere"). 1989 Roadkill (performer: "We Shall Be the Leaders", "Roadkill"). 1988 Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (writer: "I'm Not Mad (Ready For The World)", "Take The Time To Dream", "Dream Girl", "The Real Thing", "Magic (In Your Eyes)").