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Twisted Nerve /  O.S.T.
  • Label: Stylotone
  • UPC: 5060249910138
  • Item #: 1706700X
  • Release Date: 5/20/2016
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Price: $36.00
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Twisted Nerve / O.S.T. on LP

Limited Super Deluxe Edition includes transparent blood-spattered colored vinyl LP pressing, expanded album on CD, digal download, film poster, tree track 7” vinyl single, certificate and sleeve notes by director Quentin Tarantino and Herrmann biographer, Steven C. Smith. “Twisted Nerve’s most stand out feature was Bernard Herrmann’s magnificently creepy-catchy whistling score” – Quentin Tarantino” – October 2014. A 1968 British psychological horror film from the Boulting Brothers, Twisted Nerve starred Hywel Bennett, Hayley Mills and Billie Whitelaw. The film itself has little to offer, however its soundtrack remains one of Herrmann’s finest and, alongside the film, would have probably languished in obscurity but for the intervention of Quentin Tarantino who revived its main whistle theme for his 2002 film ‘Kill Bill: Vol. 1’, bringing Herrmann’s music to a whole new audience. At long last, the soundtrack to Elle Driver’s infamous hospital scene in ‘Kill Bill: Vol. 1’ and the inspiration for countless ringtones and samples the world over comes to record stores in 2015 – when ‘Twisted Nerve’ is released in a Super-Deluxe soundtrack package by Stylotone working closely with the composer’s family, The Bernard Herrmann Estate and with a little help from director Quentin Tarantino. The complete Original Motion Picture Soundtrack composed and conducted by Bernard Herrmann for the Boulting Brothers’ Production of ‘Twisted Nerve’ has been assembled, mastered and cut at London’s world famous Abbey Road Studios to produce a stunning Master that is “enough to make even Hitchcock jump!”.