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Bully 2001

About the Album: Ori. Release '01, Soundtrack from the Larry Clark directed movie, with trax from Fatboy Slim , Tricky , JT Money & Ol' Dirty Bastard, plus excerpts of dialogue from the film , underscored by Sonic Youth mainman Thurston Moore's moody incidental music. --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

Label: Ocf Entertainment

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