Lakeview Terrace Soundtrack features Wu-Tang, RZA, Black Sheep and Boy Kill Boy


They did not release a soundtrack album for Lakeview Terrace, which is a shame, because the music is the best part of the movie. Note: You can find the downloads for the songs here.

There are two songs from Wu-Tang Clan (Shimmy Shimmy Ya and Gravel Pit), plus RZA’s We Pop. There’s also music from Public Enemy, Destiny’s Child, Black Sheep, Curve and Boy Kill Boy (Killer and Shoot Me Down).

The videos and downloads for the songs from Lakeview Terrace are at Reelsoundtrack.com.

Here are a couple videos from the movie to snack on. We Pop by RZA:

And Gravel Pit by Wu-Tang Clan:

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~ by montelutz on September 20, 2008.

7 Responses to “Lakeview Terrace Soundtrack features Wu-Tang, RZA, Black Sheep and Boy Kill Boy”

  1. Yesss, very nice soundtrack. That was precisely what I was thinking about throughout this less than thrilling movie!

  2. what is the song that is played during the stripper scene in Lakeview Terrace

  3. i have also been searching for the bachelor party song..anyone knows it..pls post here

  4. The song at the bachelors party would be: Curve – Hell Above Water.

  5. whats the song called thats playing when abels daughter comes round for a swim? just before destiny child starts playing. The lyrics are something like ” walking under the mapel tree”

  6. soundtrack is on itunes dudes?

  7. whats the other song playing when the bachelor party is going on? its more of a hip hop/rap song… its the song that wakes the guy up, that prompts him to go next door.

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