Soulja Boy Tell ’em
The Pack A.D.
November, 11th 2016
Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse album description:This is a new American parody of all the films about zombies. Cats-zombies, exploding heads, excellent overt feminine charms, humor, puberty – all these are mixed in a stunning comedy with elements of black humor and with great charm of actors. And, of course, a huge crowd of zombies who are trying to eat you, bite or chew off a piece.
Such action movie needs excellent music for sure and you cannot complain about this selection – it turned out much better than even a movie trailer, which should to present the film to the representative audience as much as possible. Here are genres mixed of dance, country, pop, rock, house, club, ethno and rap. Electric Love and Get Low are worth noting for their splendor, expressed in swag and excellent and groovy dance style with lots of intercalations of twerk, looking very appetizing, though being on the verge of decency and indecency. For secular society, twerk itself is indecent by default, so we will not talk about the verges no more.
Basement Jaxx and Scorpions – those are legends, which are in this collection. Latter represented by a great song named Rock You Like A Hurricane, which is in many ways a shining example of how to make music and how it should sound like. The most representative rock that wanted to show to all those who are just beginning to get acquainted with this sound area – so they would know that rock is the area of activity with initially high bar, which is set by legends, immortally entering the gold fund of human heritage. Reference: Find more on IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes, Wikipedia