Airing this week in the Wednesday Fistful of Soundtracks: The Series rerun time slots is the episode "We Want Sleazy" (WEB86) from February 19-25, 2007.
Si Può Fare Molto Con 7 Donne), She Had a Taste for Music, Dagored
2. Piero Umiliani, "Mah-Na-Mah-Na," Sweden, Heaven and Hell, Ariel
3. Shirley Bassey, "The Liquidator," The Liquidator, Film Score Monthly
4. Maury Laws, "Mad Monster Party (Instrumental)," Mad Monster Party, Retrograde
5. Bulldog, "Man Before Your Time" (from Napoli Violenta), Beretta 70: Roaring Themes from Thrilling Italian Policefilms 1971-80, Crippled Dick Hot Wax!
6. Lynn Carey & Barbara Robison, "Find It," Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, Soundtrack Classics
7. Luis Bacalov, "Summertime Killer" (from Summertime Killer), Kill Bill Vol. 2, A Band Apart/Maverick/WMG Soundtracks
8. Bullet, "Hanged Man," The Hanged Man, DC Recordings
9. Franco Micalizzi, "Italia a Mano Armata" (from Italia a Mano Armata), Beretta 70: Roaring Themes from Thrilling Italian Policefilms 1971-80, Crippled Dick Hot Wax!
10. Jerry Goldsmith, "Ladies Will Kindly Remove Their Hats" (from In Like Flint), In Like Flint/Our Man Flint, Varèse Sarabande
11. Lalo Schifrin, "Bikini Waltz," The Liquidator, Film Score Monthly
12. Roy Ayers, "Exotic Dance," Coffy, Polydor
13. Nico Fidenco, "La Via Della Prostituzione M9" (from La Via Della Prostituzione), She Had a Taste for Music, Dagored
14. David Holmes, "7/28/04 the Day Of," Ocean's Twelve, Warner Sunset/Warner Bros.
15. Stefano Torossi, "Omicidio Per Vocazione" (from Omicidio Per Vocazione), Barry 7's Connectors 2, CAM
16. Guido and Maurizio De Angelis, "New Special Squad" (from Roma Violenta), Beretta 70: Roaring Themes from Thrilling Italian Policefilms 1971-80, Crippled Dick Hot Wax!
17. Guido and Maurizio De Angelis, "Gangster Story" (from La Polizia incrimina, la legge assolve), Easy Tempo Vol. 1: A Cinematic Easy Listening Experience, Right Tempo
(Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, In Like Flint, Coffy and Ocean's Twelve are the only movies on this playlist I've seen. I wonder if The Liquidator, which MGM released in 1966 and I assume Warner Bros. now owns, will be part of the Warner Archive Collection DVD imprint. The enjoyable Lalo Schifrin score and the premise--an accidental war hero goes to spy school and doesn't like his new government assassin job one bit--make it sound interesting.)
Reruns of AFOS: The Series air Wednesdays at 10am and 3pm.