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Grindhouse Cinema Database presents the second volume of '''[[Dirty Basterds And Master Killers: The Soundtrack (Vol. 1)|Dirty Basterds and Master Killers]]''' (based on our [[Dirty Basterds and Master Killers: 20 Classic Grindhouse Kung Fu Films|film list]]), the super compilation of classic kung fu movie music. This follow up release is jammed with high flying, ass kicking music from some of the most amazing composers in cinema history including Isaac Hayes, Ennio Morricone, Henry Mancini, Quincy Jones, Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith, Riz Ortolani and many more!
  
Grindhouse Cinema Database presents the second volume of Dirty Basterds and Master Killers (based on our film list), the super compilation of classic kung fu movie music. This follow up release is jammed with high flying, ass kicking music from some of the most amazing composers in cinema history including Isaac Hayes, Ennio Morricone, Henry Mancini, Quincy Jones, Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith, Riz Ortolani and many more!
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This special double LP film score release features 40 tracks pressed to 180 gram blood red vinyl, classic kung fu film poster artwork, exclusive liner notes by GCDb, vintage film stills and mini lobby cards.
 
 
This special double LP film score release features 40 tracks pressed to 180 gram blood red vinyl, exclusive liner notes by GCDb, and a printed insert of vintage kung fu film newspaper ads from The Deuce.
 
  
 
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'''SIDE A''': 1. They Call Me Mister Tibbs: Quincy Jones ([[A Man Called Tiger]]) 2. Pierre Arvay: Ice Floe 9" ([[Snake & Crane Arts of Shaolin]]) 3. [[Brutes and Savages]]: Riz Ortolani ([[The Thundering Mantis]]) 4. Mob Violence: Ivor Slaney ([[8 Diagram Pole Fighter]]) 5. [https://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Buon_funerale,_amigos!..._paga_Sartana Have a Good Funeral My Friend...Sartana Will Pay]: [[Bruno Nicolai]] ([https://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Mio_nome_%C3%A8_Shanghai_Joe,_Il Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe]) 6. [[War of The Gargantuas]]: Akira Ifukube ([[Executioners From Shaolin]]) 7. The Spy Who Loved Me ([[Drunken Master]]) 8. Bob James: One Mint Julep ([[Bruce Lee: The Man, The Myth]]) 9. Flight in the Night from [[Gator]]: Charles Bernstein ([[Return of the Tiger]]) 10. Logan's Run: Jerry Goldsmith ([[The Invincible Armour]])
 
'''SIDE A''': 1. They Call Me Mister Tibbs: Quincy Jones ([[A Man Called Tiger]]) 2. Pierre Arvay: Ice Floe 9" ([[Snake & Crane Arts of Shaolin]]) 3. [[Brutes and Savages]]: Riz Ortolani ([[The Thundering Mantis]]) 4. Mob Violence: Ivor Slaney ([[8 Diagram Pole Fighter]]) 5. [https://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Buon_funerale,_amigos!..._paga_Sartana Have a Good Funeral My Friend...Sartana Will Pay]: [[Bruno Nicolai]] ([https://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Mio_nome_%C3%A8_Shanghai_Joe,_Il Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe]) 6. [[War of The Gargantuas]]: Akira Ifukube ([[Executioners From Shaolin]]) 7. The Spy Who Loved Me ([[Drunken Master]]) 8. Bob James: One Mint Julep ([[Bruce Lee: The Man, The Myth]]) 9. Flight in the Night from [[Gator]]: Charles Bernstein ([[Return of the Tiger]]) 10. Logan's Run: Jerry Goldsmith ([[The Invincible Armour]])
  
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'''SIDE B''': 11. Crime Club: Reg Tilsley ([[Dirty Ho]]) 12. [[Battle Beyond the Stars]]: James Horner ([[Hitman in the Hand of Buddha]]) 13. [[The Blood Beast Terror]] Suite: Paul Ferris ([[The Kid With The Golden Arm]]) 14. [[Mad Max]] Main Title: Brian May ([[Legendary Weapons of China]]) 15. [[Dawn of the Dead]] Suite: [[Goblin]] ([[Dragon on Fire]]) 16. Eric Towren/Continent Seven: Le Styx ([[Five Deadly Venoms]]) 17. Frank Rothman: Bitter Lemons ([[Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang]]) 18. Isandhlwana from Zulu: John Barry ([[The Ming Patriots]]) 19. Algiers, November 1, 1954 from The Battle of Algiers: Ennio Morricone ([[Black Dragon's Revenge]]) 20. The Pink Panther Theme: Henry Mancini ([[36 Deadly Styles]])
 
'''SIDE B''': 11. Crime Club: Reg Tilsley ([[Dirty Ho]]) 12. [[Battle Beyond the Stars]]: James Horner ([[Hitman in the Hand of Buddha]]) 13. [[The Blood Beast Terror]] Suite: Paul Ferris ([[The Kid With The Golden Arm]]) 14. [[Mad Max]] Main Title: Brian May ([[Legendary Weapons of China]]) 15. [[Dawn of the Dead]] Suite: [[Goblin]] ([[Dragon on Fire]]) 16. Eric Towren/Continent Seven: Le Styx ([[Five Deadly Venoms]]) 17. Frank Rothman: Bitter Lemons ([[Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang]]) 18. Isandhlwana from Zulu: John Barry ([[The Ming Patriots]]) 19. Algiers, November 1, 1954 from The Battle of Algiers: Ennio Morricone ([[Black Dragon's Revenge]]) 20. The Pink Panther Theme: Henry Mancini ([[36 Deadly Styles]])
  
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'''SIDE A''': 21. [[The Diamond Mercenaries|Killer Force]] Main Theme: Georges Garvarenz ([[The Chinese Stuntman]]) 22 L'isola Maldetta from [[Mondo Cane]]: [[Riz Ortolani]] ([[Drunken Master]]) 23. The Delivery from The Gauntlet: Jerry Fielding ([[Bruce Against Iron Hand]]) 24. Metropolis: Keith Papworth ([[Chinatown Kid]]) 25. Jam Sandwich from [[Death Wish 2]]: Jimmy Page ([[Shanghai 13]]) 26. Rubycon: Tangerine Dream ([[Master of the Flying Guillotine]]) 27. [[The Dunwich Horror]]: [[Les Baxter]] ([[Game of Death II]]) 28. The Ecstasy of Gold from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Ennio Morricone ([[Golden Queens Commando]]) 29. Live and Let Die Main Theme: Paul McCartney & Wings ([[Fists of Bruce Lee]]) 30. Mural Theme from Roots: Quincy Jones ([[Snake & Crane Arts of Shaolin]])
 
'''SIDE A''': 21. [[The Diamond Mercenaries|Killer Force]] Main Theme: Georges Garvarenz ([[The Chinese Stuntman]]) 22 L'isola Maldetta from [[Mondo Cane]]: [[Riz Ortolani]] ([[Drunken Master]]) 23. The Delivery from The Gauntlet: Jerry Fielding ([[Bruce Against Iron Hand]]) 24. Metropolis: Keith Papworth ([[Chinatown Kid]]) 25. Jam Sandwich from [[Death Wish 2]]: Jimmy Page ([[Shanghai 13]]) 26. Rubycon: Tangerine Dream ([[Master of the Flying Guillotine]]) 27. [[The Dunwich Horror]]: [[Les Baxter]] ([[Game of Death II]]) 28. The Ecstasy of Gold from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Ennio Morricone ([[Golden Queens Commando]]) 29. Live and Let Die Main Theme: Paul McCartney & Wings ([[Fists of Bruce Lee]]) 30. Mural Theme from Roots: Quincy Jones ([[Snake & Crane Arts of Shaolin]])
  
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'''SIDE B''': 31. The Death Of Carswell from The Ipcress File ([[Return to The 36th Chamber]]) 32. King of Kung Fu by Candy ([[Goodbye Bruce Lee: His Last Game of Death]]) 33. [[Three Tough Guys]] Title Theme: Isaac Hayes ([[Exit The Dragon, Enter The Tiger]]) 34. North by Northwest Main Title: Bernard Herrmann ([[Sting of the Dragon Masters]]) 35. Here Comes the Hawk from Flight of the Doves: Roy Budd ([[Queen Boxer]]) 36. Death at the Whyte House from Diamonds Are Forever: John Barry ([[Lady Whirlwind]]) 37. Toys in the Attic from Coma: Jerry Goldsmith ([[Warriors Two]]) 38. Universal Mind: The Mystic Moods ([[Dynamo]]) 39. CJ & Co: Devils Gun ([[The Real Bruce Lee]]) 40. The Sand Pebbles Overture: Jerry Goldsmith ([[Dragon Fist]])
  
'''SIDE B''': 31. The Death Of Carswell from The Ipcress File ([[Return to The 36th Chamber]]) 32. King of Kung Fu by Candy ([[Goodbye Bruce Lee: His Last Game of Death]]) 33. [[Three Tough Guys]] Title Theme: Isaac Hayes ([[Exit The Dragon, Enter The Tiger]]) 34. North by Northwest Main Title: Bernard Herrmann ([[Sting of the Dragon Masters]]) 35. Here Comes the Hawk from Flight of the Doves: Roy Budd ([[Queen Boxer]]) 36. Death at the Whyte House from Diamonds Are Forever: John Barry ([[Lady Whirlwind]]) 37. Toys in the Attic from Coma: Jerry Goldsmith ([[Warriors Two]]) 38. Universal Mind: The Mystic Moods ([[Dynamo]]) 39. CJ & Co: Devils Gun ([[The Real Bruce Lee]]) 40. The Sand Pebbles Overture: Jerry Goldsmith ([[Dragon Fist]])
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Latest revision as of 22:23, 17 February 2019

Grindhouse Cinema Database presents the second volume of Dirty Basterds and Master Killers (based on our film list), the super compilation of classic kung fu movie music. This follow up release is jammed with high flying, ass kicking music from some of the most amazing composers in cinema history including Isaac Hayes, Ennio Morricone, Henry Mancini, Quincy Jones, Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith, Riz Ortolani and many more!

This special double LP film score release features 40 tracks pressed to 180 gram blood red vinyl, classic kung fu film poster artwork, exclusive liner notes by GCDb, vintage film stills and mini lobby cards.



SIDE A: 1. They Call Me Mister Tibbs: Quincy Jones (A Man Called Tiger) 2. Pierre Arvay: Ice Floe 9" (Snake & Crane Arts of Shaolin) 3. Brutes and Savages: Riz Ortolani (The Thundering Mantis) 4. Mob Violence: Ivor Slaney (8 Diagram Pole Fighter) 5. Have a Good Funeral My Friend...Sartana Will Pay: Bruno Nicolai (Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe) 6. War of The Gargantuas: Akira Ifukube (Executioners From Shaolin) 7. The Spy Who Loved Me (Drunken Master) 8. Bob James: One Mint Julep (Bruce Lee: The Man, The Myth) 9. Flight in the Night from Gator: Charles Bernstein (Return of the Tiger) 10. Logan's Run: Jerry Goldsmith (The Invincible Armour)


SIDE B: 11. Crime Club: Reg Tilsley (Dirty Ho) 12. Battle Beyond the Stars: James Horner (Hitman in the Hand of Buddha) 13. The Blood Beast Terror Suite: Paul Ferris (The Kid With The Golden Arm) 14. Mad Max Main Title: Brian May (Legendary Weapons of China) 15. Dawn of the Dead Suite: Goblin (Dragon on Fire) 16. Eric Towren/Continent Seven: Le Styx (Five Deadly Venoms) 17. Frank Rothman: Bitter Lemons (Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang) 18. Isandhlwana from Zulu: John Barry (The Ming Patriots) 19. Algiers, November 1, 1954 from The Battle of Algiers: Ennio Morricone (Black Dragon's Revenge) 20. The Pink Panther Theme: Henry Mancini (36 Deadly Styles)


SIDE A: 21. Killer Force Main Theme: Georges Garvarenz (The Chinese Stuntman) 22 L'isola Maldetta from Mondo Cane: Riz Ortolani (Drunken Master) 23. The Delivery from The Gauntlet: Jerry Fielding (Bruce Against Iron Hand) 24. Metropolis: Keith Papworth (Chinatown Kid) 25. Jam Sandwich from Death Wish 2: Jimmy Page (Shanghai 13) 26. Rubycon: Tangerine Dream (Master of the Flying Guillotine) 27. The Dunwich Horror: Les Baxter (Game of Death II) 28. The Ecstasy of Gold from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Ennio Morricone (Golden Queens Commando) 29. Live and Let Die Main Theme: Paul McCartney & Wings (Fists of Bruce Lee) 30. Mural Theme from Roots: Quincy Jones (Snake & Crane Arts of Shaolin)


SIDE B: 31. The Death Of Carswell from The Ipcress File (Return to The 36th Chamber) 32. King of Kung Fu by Candy (Goodbye Bruce Lee: His Last Game of Death) 33. Three Tough Guys Title Theme: Isaac Hayes (Exit The Dragon, Enter The Tiger) 34. North by Northwest Main Title: Bernard Herrmann (Sting of the Dragon Masters) 35. Here Comes the Hawk from Flight of the Doves: Roy Budd (Queen Boxer) 36. Death at the Whyte House from Diamonds Are Forever: John Barry (Lady Whirlwind) 37. Toys in the Attic from Coma: Jerry Goldsmith (Warriors Two) 38. Universal Mind: The Mystic Moods (Dynamo) 39. CJ & Co: Devils Gun (The Real Bruce Lee) 40. The Sand Pebbles Overture: Jerry Goldsmith (Dragon Fist)

This is a fictional record created by Pete Roberts (GCDb Editor-in-Chief) for purely creative and entertainment purposes

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