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The Dukes of Hazzard Soundtrack is an original album from The Dukes of Hazzard series.

Album History[]

The album was originally released by the Scotti Brothers in 1982 before being released in 2005 after the remake movie. Due to the fact the album was originally on cassette the first six songs were on side one with the last five on side two.

The album had eleven released songs with three additional bonus tracks included in the re-release. The album is categorized as County, Country Rock, and Outlaw Country. The album plays like a mini episode, the songs linking together with a short commentary to tell a story of everyone getting ready for a major race, Boss and Rosco trying to stop the Dukes from participating and the Dukes winning the race before catching a country singer and their band with a speed ticket and forcing them to perform at the Boar's Nest.

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Good Ol' Boys[]

2:23, song by The Hazzard County Boys with Narration by Sorrell Booke. Boss introduces himself and the big race that is occurring that day.

The General Lee[]

2:51, co written and sung by Johnny Cash. "The General Lee" was released as a single in 1982 and reached number 26 on U.S. Billboard's country chart.

Laughing All The Way To The Bank[]

3:07, sung by The Hazzard County Boys and narrated by Sorrell Booke

Up On Cripple Creek[]

4:00, sung by Tom Wopat. The song was written by Robbie Robertson by The Band and was released on the album of the same name on November 29, 1969. After Tom finishes singing the song there is a comedic narration by Boss Hogg and Rosco about the upcoming race.

Doug Kershaw

Doug Kershaw in 2009

Cover Girl Eyes[]

2:52, sung by Doug Kershaw and The Hazzard County Boys.

In The Driver's Seat[]

2:42, sung by John Schneider. The song was debuted in 1982 and peaked on the charts at number 72.[1]


4:00, sung by James Best. The song is about Flash and is still in the early episode's of Flash's debut where Flash was still described as 'he'. The song ends with a narration of Boss Hogg, continuing the overall story of the album where Boss talks about a race going on and his frustration at Rosco for not stopping the Dukes. This song was later released as it's own single.

Down Home American Girl[]

2:54, sung by Catherine Bach. After the song Boss continues the narration of the race, officially starting the race.

Duelin' Dukes[]

3:37, sung by Sorrell Booke. The song picks up where the previous song left off, primarily Boss narrating the race that is going on.

Keep Between Them Ditches[]

3:03, sung by Doug Kershaw and The Hazzard County Boys. The song ends with Boss and Rosco catching Doug Kershaw in the Celebrity Speed Trap

Ballad Of The General Lee[]

3:05, sung by Doug Kershaw and The Hazzard County Boys. This song was later released as it's own single.

Them Good Ol' Boys Are Bad[]

3:35, sung by John Schneider. First bonus track on the album. The song was released on 13 October 1981

Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys[]

2:32, sung by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson. The second bonus track on the album. Originally recorded by Ed Bruce and his wife Patsy Bruce. The song was released on 15 November 1975 and went to number 15 on the Hot Country Singles. The song later featured on Chris LeDoux's album 'Songbook of the American West' on 20 January 1976. Waylon and Willie first released their cover of the song in January 1978 on the album 'Waylon & Willie'. It reached number 42 on the Billboard Hot 100 and won the 1979 Grammy for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. The song also featured in the episode A Baby for the Dukes where Bo, Luke, and Daisy sang the song during a family picnic.

Theme From "The Dukes of Hazzard"[]

2:06, sung by Waylon Jennings. The third and finale bonus track, the full single of the song 'Good Ole Boys'.


  • The song "The General Lee" is featured in Grand Theft Auto V where it is played on Rebel Radio
  1. Billboard Database