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Kill Bill, Vol. 1 Soundtrack album for sale was released Sep 23, 2003 on the Maverick label. KILL BILL was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Film/TV/Visual Media. Kill Bill, Vol. 1 Soundtrack songs Quentin Tarantino has always armed himself with an arsenal of eclectic songs for his pop-culture-filled films, and the soundtrack to KILL BILL Volume 1 is no exception. To kick off the first part of his ultra-violent kung fu revenge extravaganza, Tarantino offers up Nancy Sinatra's brooding "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)." The tone swiftly changes to upbeat rockabilly with the Charlie Feathers ditty "That Certain Female," and the stylistic shifts keeping coming with Luis Bacalov's spry spaghetti Western tune "The Grand Duel - (Parte Prima)" and Bernard Hermann's creepy "Twisted Nerve." Hip-hop innovator/martial arts fan the RZA contributes two songs (one intriguingly paired with a Charles Bernstein number), Santa Esmeralda stretches out "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" into a 10-minute salsa-flavored epic, Meiko Kaji breezes through "The Flower of Carnage," and Neu! appears in an ominous excerpt. Kill Bill, Vol. 1 Soundtrack CD music contains a single disc with 22 songs. ...See Full Description
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Kill Bill, Vol. 1 Soundtrack Album Track Listing
|1||Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) ||3:31|| $0.99||(Available)|
|2||That Certain Female |
|3||Grand Duel, The Parte Prima|
|5||Queen of the Crime Council|
|6||Ode to Oren Ishii|
|7||Run Fay Run|
|9||Battle Without Honor or Humaity|
|10||Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood ||3:49|| $0.99||(Available)|
|11||Woo Hoo||3:26|| $0.99||(Available)|
|13||Flower of Carnage|
|14||Lonely Shepherd||4:15|| $0.99||(Available)|
|15||You're My Wicked Life|
Kill Bill, Vol. 1 Soundtrack buy CD music Customer Reviews
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||Outstanding soundtrack for a great movie!|
Quentin Tarantino movies usually have incredible soundtracks, and Kill Bill is no exception. The music on here is great and very much worth having, even if you have never seen the movie.
By a reviewer (Elizabethton, TN, USA)
This soundtrack, along with voume 2 really complements the films perfectly. Well done again Mr. Tarantino. Outstanding!
By Tracy (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK)
||Man Oh Man|
This soundtrack is amazing! Its got everything you want in it old new and diffent. Props go to the RZA for scoring this movie.
By Will (Birmingham)
||Kill Bill Vol. One,,,,,,,,a cut above the rest|
,,,,,,,,,,,cool music. In, with the movie scenes.Great beat with some movie lines.
By beaumont68 (Aurora,il. usa)
||GREAT GREAT GREAT|
a bit different, but very very good.
By Jay (Nashville, TN)
|Have you heard this album?
Kill Bill, Vol. 1 Soundtrack songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6311217|
|Release Date||Sep 23, 2003|
|Recording Time||47 minutes|
|Additional Info||Enhanced CD|
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