Larry The Cable of Git-R-Done and Blue Collar Comedy fame stars in Health Inspector. He plays a health inspector who has a new partner and an actual case to crack. The movie also stars comedian Bruce Bruce, Amy Butlin, and definitely blue stand-up comic Lisa Lampanelli among others. The DVD for Health Inspector is due to be released in August 2006 and the reviews for this movie have been, to say the least, not very good. To be honest, I have not seen the movie itself as it disappeared pretty quickly off the screens but we did get the soundtrack in the mail.
Larry The Cable Guy Health Inspector, Music From The Motion Picture is, however, a pretty good soundtrack CD. The title song, Git-R-Done, is a spoken country rock bit that is probably almost as forgettable as the movie probably is. The rest of the soundtrack features your basic classic rock staples.
Any music from the motion picture soundtrack CD that includes Blue Oyster Cult's Don't Fear The Reaper (best used in the TV movie version of Stephen King's The Stand), I Want To Know What Love Is by Foreigner, and Loverboy's Turn Me Loose is going to be a CD you will want to pop in the player for a long drive.
Other good tunes on Larry the Cable Guy Health Inspector Music From The Motion Picture includes a really cool southern blues rock number titled Call Me The Breeze by James Otto. Sister South follows with a nice romantic number called True; this is one of those tunes you heard a lot on the radio a while back but could never remember the artist's name.
A lesser offering before the Blue Oyster Cult Classic is This Town Needs A Bar by Jerome McComb. He is also the artist behind the next tune, Love Is Blind, a country western ballad that definitely has its roots in the fifties.
Closing this soundtrack CD are One More Reason by Bosshouse and Pharaoh Barrett and Aretha Franklin's Chain Of Fools. Anything by Aretha is cool.