Reservoir Dogs / coloured vinyl

Music on Vinyl will reissue the classic soundtrack to Quentin Tarantino’s classic debut Reservoir Dogs on limited coloured vinyl in June.

The album is being reissued in celebration of the 25th anniversary of 1992 cult classic. Most will be familiar with the soundtrack’s eclectic mix of tracks (it’s all but impossible to listen to Stealer’s Wheel’s Stuck In The Middle With You without thinking of the film) punctuated by sardonic utterances of Steven Wright (who takes the role of DJ on the fictional radio station, K-Billy) and witty/filthy dialogue!

There are 2,000 copies being pressed transparent red vinyl. This is an update from the previous communication of clear OR red. MOV have been in touch to clarify that there is only one colour – a transparent/translucent red.

This is released on 2 June 2017. You can order the limited red/clear vinyl from JPC in Germany although non-limited black vinyl will be available elsewhere (see below).

Pre-order limited red/clear vinyl from JPC.de

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Original Soundtrack

Reservoir Dogs black vinyl


1. And Now Little Green Bag… – Steven Wright
2. Little Green Bag – George Baker Selection
3. Rock Flock Of Five – Steven Wright
4. Hooked On A Feeling – Blue Swede
5. Bohemiath – Steven Wright
6. I Gotcha – Joe Tex
7. Magic Carpet Ride – Bedlam
8. Madonna Speech – Quentin Tarantino, Harvey Keitel, Steve Buscemi, Lawrence Tierney, Eddie Bunker
9. Fool For Love – Sandy Rogers
10. Super Sounds – Steven Wright
11. Stuck In The Middle With You – Stealers Wheel
12. Harvest Moon – Bedlam
13. Let’s Get A Taco – Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth
14. Keep On Truckin’ – Steven Wright
15. Coconut – Harry Nilsson
16. Home Of Rock – Steven Wright


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Paul English

I remember seeing the film in The Square, Tallaght in 1992 and then looking for the soundtrack a few days later. As far as I recall it was only available on CD and cassette. No vinyl.

I see on Discogs that an LP was released in Spain back in 1992 – don’t recall ever encountering it.

Chris Squires

There is a Vinyl edition, on Simply Vinyl, which was a wonderful little niche label keeping the flame alive during the lean years. I am still trying to chase down a Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels soundtrack on the same label. I think they also did a Pulp fiction LP at the same time too…


How could I ever forget the first time I heard this Ooka-Chaka Ooka-Chaka. It was driving me crazy…


Because who can forget the characters called Mr. Red and Mr. Clear–? *facepalm*


There really should be one called Mr Clear. Would improve what is basically a rubbish film with lots of swearing. My dad rented it and took it off after 10 minutes mumbling “what a load of crap” ;)


Both recordstore.co.uk and What Records in the UK have the red/clear edition available – and the latter has it priced at only £16.99.


You’d have thought there would be pink, blue, orange, brown, white, and blonde versions.


Or at least an actual red/’blood’-splatter on white.


There’s a pink one, i’ve got mine on a RSD 3 or 4 years ago, so those for me are not on my list.
About movie one of the best debut films i’ve never seen. 25 years, how the time flies for sure…

elliott buckingham

I’m assuming due to the lack of comments this isn’t high on anybodys list