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  • Performer: The Pleasant Valley Boys
  • Album: Theme From Two Thousand Maniacs
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  • Style: Southern Rock
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The Pleasant Valley Boys - Theme From Two Thousand Maniacs album flac

Tracklist

A Theme From Two Thousand Maniacs ("Robert E. Lee Broke His Musket On His Knee") 3:40
B Old Joe Clark 2:30

Credits

  • Written-By – Herschell G. Lewis*

Notes

Theme From Herschell Gordon Lewis' film "Two Thousand Maniacs".

Soundtrack movie Two Thousand Maniacs! - 4 songs. The most popular Soundtracks: Rebel yell by Herschell Gordon Lewis, Roll in my sweet baby's arms by The Pleasant Valley Boys, Old joe clark by The Pleasant Valley Boys

The Southern hamlet of Pleasant Valley was the scene of a massacre during the Civil War. Now, once every hundred years the ghosts of the dead return and wreak havoc. Three Yankee couples are lured into town and invited to the centennial of the tragedy, which turns into a murderous parody of rural celebration, as the guests are dismembered, barbecued, stoned and otherwise inventively dispatched. Joe Bob Briggs - 2000 Maniacs!

Two Thousand Maniacs · The Tri-Fives. Joe Bob Briggs - 2000 Maniacs!

Herschell Directs: Assorted Screams. Two Thousand Maniacs! B1. Robert E. Lee Broke His Musket On His Knee (Theme Song From Two Thousand Maniacs). Performer – The Pleasant Valley Boys (tracks: B1, B4, B9, B12). Written-By – Herschell Gordon Lewis (tracks: A1 to B., B5 to B., B10 to B13), Lester Flatt (tracks: B4).

Two Thousand Maniacs! is a 1964 American splatter film written and directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis and starring 1963 Playboy Playmate Connie Mason. It follows a group of Northern tourists who are savagely tortured and murdered during a Confederate celebration of a small southern community's centennial.

The Pleasant Valley Boys. The film begins with two very stereotypical hillbilly idiots tricking two cars full of Yankees off the highway and into their town. There the locals declare that these outsiders are their guests of honor for a centennial celebration and they are convinced to stay. Now the audience knows this is a very bad idea, but the six folks don't yet suspect that these hicks mean to do them great bodily harm.

A special collection of 43 unusual screenshots taken from. Two Thousand Maniacs! 1964. Pleasant Valley Centennial. April 1865 - april 1965. In April 1865 a group of renegade union soldiers laid waste. The village of Pleasant Valley and killed and mutilated. Many of its citizens. This marker is a memorial to the gallant. Citizens who gave their lives - and a testament to the vengeance. Pledged in their memory. Directed & written by: Herschell Gordon Lewis. Tom White (as Thomas Wood).

Director: Herschell Gordon Lewis. Starring: Jeffrey Allen, Gary Bakeman, Linda Cochran and others. The citizens of the southern town Pleasant Valley lure six Yankee tourists into town where they are to be the reluctant guests for the centennial celebration of the day a band of renegade Union troops decimated the town. The town then participates in events, a different event for each of the tourists, in which the tourist is dispatched. One couple begins to suspect something and seeks a way to escape.

Music from the Motion Picture is an album by 10,000 Maniacs. The album, their first full-length in 14 years, contains eleven original songs. This album is the first to feature guitarist Jeff Erickson since he took over for Robert Buck following his death in 2000, and the first Maniacs album to feature Mary Ramsey without her longtime music partner, John Lombardo.