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The Rum Diary

The Rum Diary

Lakeshore Records

Release Date: November 29, 2011

Format: CD

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1. Volare (Nel Blu Di Pinto Di Blu) (Dean Martin) 2:59
2. Rum Diary (Christopher Young) 2:41
3. Suckfish and Snake (Christopher Young) 2:32
4. Mother of Balls (Christopher Young) 3:59
5. Chenault (Christopher Young) 2:44
6. Flagged Me Smiling (Christopher Young) 2:54
7. Pink Jelly Remains (Christopher Young) 2:41
8. Rockin' on Rooster (With My Dead Monkey's Mother) (Christopher Young) 3:05
9. Sweat Bee (Christopher Young) 2:19
10. Cock-Of-The-Rock (Christopher Young) 3:54
11. Black Note Blues (Christopher Young) 3:56
12. My Car the Cockroach (Christopher Young) 3:50
13. Neon Popsicles (Christopher Young) 2:30
14. Hefti-Tefti (Christopher Young 2:42
15. He Must Be a Sadist (Christopher Young) 3:37
16. Puerto Rican Piss-Off (Christopher Young) 3:22
17. Whacking a Salesman (Christopher Young) 2:31
18. The Biggest Crook in New Jersey (Christopher Young) 5:30
19. Desperate Drunks and Postcard Loons (Christopher Young) 3:04
20. The Mermaid Song (Instrumental) (Johnny Depp) 1:34
21. What About El Monstruo? (JD Band) 2:38
22. Roll Out the Roosters (JD Band) 1:58
23. Kemp in the Village (Johnny Depp and JJ Holiday) 1:56
24. The Mermaid Song (Patti Smith) 2:09
  Total Album Time: 71:05

From the Manufacturer

Music by Christopher Young. Featuring Songs by Johnny Depp.

Tiring of the noise and madness of New York and the crushing conventions of late Eisenhower-era America, journalist Paul Kemp travels to the pristine island of Puerto Rico to write for a local newspaper, The San Juan Star, run by downtrodden editor Lotterman.

Adopting the rum-soaked life of the island, Paul soon becomes obsessed with Chenault, the wildly attractive Connecticut-born fiancee of Sanderson. Sanderson, a businessman involved in shady property development deals, is one of a growing number of American entrepreneurs who are determined to convert Puerto Rico into a capitalist paradise in service of the wealthy.

When Kemp is recruited by Sanderson to write favorably about his latest unsavory scheme, the journalist is presented with a choice: to use his words for the corrupt businessmen's financial benefit, or use them to take the bastards down.

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