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Sunday, September 6, 2009

Rudy Ray Moore - The Human Tornado (1976)

1. Opening Credits
2. The Human Tornado (Full Version)
3. Dolemite's Dedication
4. Party At Dolemite's
5. Sheriff's Wife
6. Dolemite Escapes
7. Going To Cali
8. Car Thief
9. Meeting With The Mob
10. Female Hostages
11. Looking For Queen Bee
12. Live At The Sahara Club
13. Hurricane Annie
14. Dolemite Meets Annie
15. Captive Women
16. Miss Wonderful
17. Car Chase
18. Queen Bee's House
19. Informant
20. Dolemite and Mrs. Cavaletti
21. Here Comes The Tornado
22. Sneaking In
23. Fight Theme
24. Dolemite's Revenge
25. Dolemite's Revenge (Alternate Take)
26. Fight Drums
27. Moog Interlude
28. Funky Tornado (Part 1)
29. Female Hostages (Alternate Take)
30. Human Tornado (Part 2)
31. Informant (Alternate Take)
32. Kung Fu Hero
33. Looking For The Bee (Part 1)
34. Looking For The Bee (Part 2)
35. Sneaking In (Alternate Take)
36. Sound Effects (Part 1)
37. Sound Effects (Part 2)
38. The Human Tornado (45 Version)
39. Miss Wonderful (45 Version)
Available for the first time ever on any format! The Human Tornado Original Motion Picture soundtrack transfered from the original master tapes and packaged in a beautiful thick stock vintage 'paste-on' style sleeve with obi strip. Produced by T. Toney and Rudy Ray Moore himself.

Once again the name Rudy Ray Moore means action! In this sequel to the cult smash Dolemite, we find our hero on the run from a redneck sheriff who has caught Dolemite messin' with his woman. He and his posse (including a young Ernie Hudson) dodge the sheriff and his bullets in a high-speed chase that takes them to L.A. Upon Dolemite's arrival, he learns that Queen Bee (Lady Reed) and her Kung Fu Girls have been pushed out of the nightclub business by a ruthless competitor who has ties to the Mob. With two of the girls held hostage, the Queen and her bees are forced into slavery for their nemesis.

Enter Dolemite! Following a scene described by Rudy Ray himself as "sensational and sexsational," Dolemite gets the lowdown on the gang's hideout. It's highspeed kung fu Dolemite-style as the rat soup eatin' motherf***ers get their collective ass kicked. But the redeneck sheriff is still hot on Dolemite's trail - can even a Human Tornado fight two battles at once?

Known as the 'King of the Party Records', Rudy Ray Moore is famous for his special brand of 'blue' humor based largely on traditional ghetto folklore that has been passed down through several generations. His character Dolemite made the transition to motion pictures in the hugely successful film of the same name.

Thanks Isbum


Isbum said...

@ S.S. - You have these already?
Perhaps, on vacation? ;)

SelfScience said...

Hi Sir Isbum,

Thanks a lot for your gratefulness. I have plans on putting these albums up ASAP. I am on vacation and will be back on Sunday. Plus I am knee deep in school work, so my time has been very limited.

DixMix said...

Hey there... enjoy your blog 100%. Lots of good stuff on here!

I personally do a podcast mixpage; though maybe not in the same vein as this blog 100% - still some soulful stuff. Feel free to visit;

Cheers! DICK

Simon666 said...

Thanks lot for this Self-Science!
(and thanks also isbum for other great stuff :)

the rapper said...

Many thanks!

Isbum said...

sorry. "Bad Bad Jimmy Ruckus"

DJ Kool JB said...

human tornado ost link is dead :(