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The music belongs to the psychedelic rock and classic rock genre. The soundtrack contains songs used in the film with sound bites of the film before each song. Most of the music is present in the soundtrack with a few exceptions: the Lennon Sisters' version of "My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music which plays at the beginning of the picture, Jefferson Airplane's "Somebody to Love" which is heard during a flashback, Debbie Reynolds' "Tammy", Perry Como's "Magic Moments", Beck, Bogert & Appice's "Lady", Tom Jones' "It's Not Unusual", Frank Sinatra's "You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me", Combustible Edison's "Spy vs Spy", the Out-Islanders' "Moon Mist" from Polynesian Fantasy, Robert Goulet's "My Love, Forgive Me", and a recording of "Ball and Chain" by Janis Joplin.The Rolling Stones song "Jumping Jack Flash" is heard at the conclusion of the film as Thompson drives out of Las Vegas. Gilliam could not pay $300,000 (half of the soundtrack budget) for the rights to "Sympathy for the Devil" by the Rolling Stones, which plays a prominent role in the book.[4]The Dead Kennedys rendition of "Viva Las Vegas" is heard at the very end of the closing credits.



–Big Brother & The Holding CompanyCombination Of The Two5:47
–Brewer And ShipleyOne Toke Over The Line3:43
–Tom JonesShe's A Lady3:15
–The YardbirdsFor Your Love2:27
–Jefferson AirplaneWhite Rabbit3:13
–Tomoyasu Hotei And Ray CooperA Drug Score - Part 1 (Acid Spill)0:53
–The YoungbloodsGet Together5:42
–Three Dog NightMama Told Me Not To Come3:51
–Bob DylanStuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again7:27
–Booker T. & The MGs*Time Is Tight3:30
–Perry ComoMagic Moments3:04
–Tomoyasu Hotei And Ray CooperA Drug Score - Part 2 (Adrenochrome, The Devil's Dance)2:27
–Debbie ReynoldsTammy3:03
–Tomoyasu Hotei And Ray CooperA Drug Score - Part 3 (Flashbacks)2:26
–Buffalo SpringfieldExpecting To Fly4:18
–The Dead Kennedys*Viva Las Vegas3:23

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [NEW][2LP]

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