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For the first time ever, two of cinema's most arresting cues 'Prelude’ & ‘The Murder’ from Bernard Herrmann's cutting edge soundtrack to Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho, pressed up to a 7" in a run of 1960 copies to match the year that the film first carved its archetypal horrific audio into our collective conscious.

It's all here, those strings that sound like razors slicing across the inside of your ears, the swarming bass notes that smother the track like a pillow and the passage that Busta Rhymes sampled back in 1999 for Gimme Some More. This is the definitive way to capture some of the shower curtain mania that opened up the world to Bernard Herrmann's iconic blood-curdling and forever groundbreaking score.

The defining sound of terror, don't play it with the lights off.

  1. 1 Prelude Bernard Herrmann 2:00
  2. 2 The Murder Bernard Herrmann 2:00

Bernard Herrmann


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