- Released: January 23, 1996
- Label: Sony
- 1.Everybody Be Cool - (dialogue)
- 2.Dark Night - The Blasters
- 3.Mexican Blackbird - ZZ Top
- 4.Texas Funeral - Jon Wayne
- 5.Foolish Heart - The Mavericks
- 6.Would You Do Me A Favor? - (dialogue)
- 7.Dengue Woman Blues - Jimmie Vaughan
- 8.Torquay - The Leftovers
- 9.She's Just Killing Me - ZZ Top
- 10.Chet's Speech - (dialogue)
- 11.Angry Cockroaches (Cucarachas Enojadas) - Tito & Tarantula
- 12.Mary Had A Little Lamb - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
- 13.After Dark - Tito & Tarantula
- 14.Willie The Wimp (And His Cadillac Coffin) - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
- 15.Kill The Band - (dialogue)
- 16.Mexican Standoff
- 17.Sex Machine Attacks
- 18.(untitled) - (hidden track)
The soundtrack to FROM DUSK TILL DAWN includes 11 songs, two pieces of score music, and dialogue performed by George Clooney, Juliette Lewis, Quentin Tarantino, Cheech Marin and Tom Savini.
Original score written by Graeme Revell. All dialogue written by Quentin Tarantino.
Like his acclaimed PULP FICTION soundtrack, Quentin Tarantino's eclectic fingerprints are all over the appealing collection of tunes from his celluloid colaboration with Robert Rodriguez, the horrorsploitation epic, FROM DUSK TILL DAWN. With brief, witty movie dialogue interspersed throughout, the songs here are a combination of new and classic (though often lesser-known) efforts by Jimmy Vaughan, ZZ Top, The Blasters, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, and other purveyors of rollicking roots rock and heartfelt blues.
Highlights include Jimmy Vaughan's inspired "Dengue Woman Blues," brother Stevie Ray's always pleasing "Willie The Wimp," The Blasters' "Dark Night" and ZZ Top's "She's Just Killing Me." A surprising solid and cohesive soundtrack, FROM DUSK TILL DAWN was made to be a good, old-fashioned party record.