Helmed by Lou Barlow, the Kids soundtrack was nowhere near as controversial as the underage sex and drugs film from whence it came, unless one is prone to fighting over which Barlow project is the best. We’re on team Folk Implosion, which applied hip-hop production to Barlow’s usual low-fi guitar rock to nail the classic cut “Natural One” and score the film. Barlow’s other band Sebadoh does make an appearance, too, as do Daniel Johnston, Slint and rap duo Lo-Down -- though the absence of other rap cuts from the film, including Crooklyn Dodgers, Jeru the Damaja and Brand Nubian, is kinda whack.
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