Straight to Hell is the third studio album by American country music/punk artist Hank Williams III. It was Williams' first release since settling a contract dispute with Curb Records and was one of the first releases on Curb's Bruc Records imprint.
Various – Straight To Hell. Label: Hell Records – DIABLO 1. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Soundtrack. A1 published by SBK United Partnership A2, A3 published by Stiff Music Ltd A4 published by Unchained Melodies A5, B3, B4 published by Casbah Prod Ltd/Initial Music Ltd B1 published by Plangent Visions Music Ltd B2, B5 published by Initial Music Ltd B6 published by Stiff Music Ltd/Unchained Melodies.
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Title: Straight to Hell (1987). Straight To Hell is by far one of my favourite movies, and shows some of the best performances by musicians-who-act this side of Performance and The Man Who Fell To Earth. The only disappointment is Courtney Love (pre-surgery). Yes, admittedly, her character is meant to be an annoying , but she plays the part far too well for my liking.
Country Rock Hank Williams III. Band's List Country Rock Hank Williams III Straight to Hell. DISC 1. 1. Satan Is Real, Straight to Hell (Medley). 2. Thrown Out of the Bar. 3. Things You Do to Me. 4. Country Heroes. 9. My Drinkin' Problem.
Alex Cox's film Straight to Hell, about three hitmen hiding out in Mexico, is pretty terrible. It's nearly unwatchable, arguably the worst movie to ever star Courtney Love (although Trapped is a creepy second). But if you're a Joe Strummer acolyte, and I am, it's a must-have. But while the film's merits are debatable, the soundtrack is undeniably gold. The Straight to Hell soundtrack suffers ever so slightly from its dated '80s production-some of those drums sound a little dubious-but overall the compilation is worthwhile for Strummer â?n' Pogues fans. The film its attached to may not be much, but if it led to this collection's creation, then I'm for it.
|A1||–The Pogues||The Good, The Bad And The Ugly|
|A2||–The Pogues||Rake At The Gates Of Hell|
|A3||–The Pogues||If I Should Fall From Grace With God|
|A5||–Joe Strummer||Evil Darling|
|B1||–The MacManus Gang||Big Nothing|
|B2||–Pray For Rain||Money, Guns And Coffee|
|B3||–Joe Strummer||Ambush At Mystery Rock|
|B4||–Zander Schloss||Salsa Y Ketchup|
|B5||–Pray For Rain||The Killers|
|B6||–The Pogues, Cait O'Riordan||Danny Boy|
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NotesThis is the soundtrack to Alex Cox's 1987 western spoof starring Dennis Hopper, The Clash's Joe Strummer and Elvis Costello. Many of the 11 tracks are exclusive. Features five cuts by The Pogues, two from Strummer, two from Pray For Rain, and one apiece by The MacManus Gang and Zander Schloss. Originally released on Hell Records in 1987.
|DIABLO 1||Various||Straight To Hell (LP, Album, Sou)||Hell Records||DIABLO 1||UK||1987|
|CDE 73308||Various||Straight To Hell (CD, Album, Sou)||Enigma Records||CDE 73308||US||1987|
|DIABL 1||Various||Straight To Hell (LP, Album, Sou)||Hell Records||DIABL 1||Italy||1987|
|ZDIABLO 1||Various||Straight To Hell (Cass, Album, Sou)||Stiff Records, Hell Records||ZDIABLO 1||US||1987|
|6.26551 AP, HELL 5003||Various||Straight To Hell (LP, Album, Sou)||Upfront , Hell Records||6.26551 AP, HELL 5003||Germany||1987|