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Soundtrack = Kill Bill 1= Quentin Tarantino

  1 x LP   150grs   33⅓rpm   

2003 US issue on vinyl LP featuring 15 classic tracks lifted from Tarantinos cult movie including long lost gems from Nancy Sinatra Issac Hayes and many more= the first volume of the twopart Quentin Tarantino film Kill Bill Released on Septemb...

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Rel date 30-06-2003

2003 US issue on vinyl LP- featuring 15 classic tracks lifted from Tarantinos cult movie including long lost gems from Nancy Sinatra Issac Hayes and many more= the first volume of the twopart Quentin Tarantino film Kill Bill Released on September 23 2003 it reached 45 on the Billboard 200 album chart and 1 on the soundtracks chart It was organized and to a certain extent produced and orchestrated by RZA from the WuTang Clan

Tracks:
A1 Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) – Nancy Sinatra
A2 That Certain Female– Charlie Feathers          
A3 The Grand Duel (Parte Prima) – Luis Bacalov
A4 Twisted Nerve – Bernard Herrmann
A5 Queen Of The Crime Council – Lucy Liu and Julie Dreyfus
A6 Ode To Oren Ishii– RZA, The*
A7 Run Fay Run– Isaac Hayes
A8 Green Hornet– Al Hirt
A9 Battle Without Honor Or Humanity– Tomoyasu Hotei

B1 Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood – Santa Esmeralda
B2 Woo Hoo– 5.6.7.8's, The
B3 Crane / White Lightning – RZA, The* / Charles Bernstein
B4 The Flower Of Carnage – Meiko Kaji
B5 The Lonely Shepherd– Zamfir*          
B6 You're My Wicked Life – Uma Thurman, David Carradine and Julie Dreyfus

Credits
Artwork By Key Art Designed By Alon Amir Marcus Almaraz
Artwork By Soundtrack Design Flem The
Executive Producer Album Lawrence Bender Quentin Tarantino
Other Music Coordinator Wendi Morris
Other Music Supervisor Mary Ramos Michelle Kuznetsky
Photography Andrew Cooper

In its first teaser trailers when it was still going to be released as a single film Kill Bill was sold with the immortal teaser In the year 2003 Uma Thurman is going to Kill Bill Of course Uma didnt come close to the messy business of killing Bill until early 2004 when the second part of Quentin Tarantinos grindhouse epic Kill Bill was released but she sure started to kill in Kill Bill Vol 1 where the Bride the character she created with QT began her arduous revenge upon the five former colleagues that killed her fiance at her wedding rehearsal then left her for dead at the altar As Tarantino plot lines go this is the simplest yet but revenge movies shouldnt be encumbered by deep subtext Instead he divided the film into chapters giving him opportunity to play with both time and location and then decided to shoot each chapter as a homage to a different kind of exploitation film something thats reflected in the soundtrack After Nancy Sinatras torchy Bang Bang My Baby Shot Me Down and Charlie Feathers tough swaggering rockabilly chestnut That Certain Female set the story and the mood the record is devoted primarily to instrumental pieces that range from surging epics to the calm kitsch of Zamfirs The Lonely Shepherd to the intense funk pastiche of Tomoyasu Hoteis Battle Without Honor or Humanity the song that kicks off nearly every trailer and ad for Kill Bill The reduced presence of dialogue from the film a hallmark of Tarantino soundtracks is a reflection of the film which places emphasis on action and visuals Hell even the tracks on the soundtrack have minimal lyrics consisting largely of instrumentals This gives it more of a meandering feeling and the soundtrack kind of peters out ending in two quick excerpts of futuristic electro music by Quincy Jones and Neu then a gaggle of sound effects and kung fu hits Nevertheless its cavalcade of contradictory moods has its own coherence and is more musical than most pop music soundtracks Plus this has no familiar material nor does it have anything that would be a single on Clear Channel which is why it works as an album of its own it doesnt just reflect the movie it follows its own logic and displays fearless imagination It makes you hungry for Vol 2 both the movie and soundtrack

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 150grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Wea
This release: 2003
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