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Hell's Belles Les Baxter Sidewalk ST-5919, 1969
Hell's Belles album cover

Les Baxter, composer of many an odd album, scored this biker chick exploitation movie from the American International (who else?) stable. The original soundtrack is very rare and invariably expensive, but what a great funk score! Almost every track is backed up by a huge breakbeat, mad percussion, a huge clanking sixties bassline and a whirling organ sound. Don't miss this album if you see enjoy a beaty, easy listening feel to your funk. This soundtrack's killer track is the breakbeat classic 'Hot Wind'.

Overall Rating: 4

Track listing:

Wheels | Hell's Belles | Soul Groove | Dan's Theme | Hot Wind | Take It From Me | Chain Fight | Travelin' Man | Dan Again | Hogin' Machine | Scoobee Doo | Goin' Home |

 

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