Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) September 2, 2009
For his latest film, "Inglourious Basterds," Quentin Tarantino continues his tradition of hand-selecting each song personally. The film, which stars Brad Pitt, is about two plots to assassinate the Nazi leadership. Though the film takes place during World War II, Tarantino incorporates a wide variety of musical styles, including spaghetti western soundtrack excerpts, R&B, and the David Bowie song "Cat People (Putting Out Fire)".
Tarantino is known for creating a soundtrack both popular and obscure tracks that fits the mood of the film and sets the tone for what the viewer is about to experience. Individually, the tracks may seem in contradiction to what is being seen on the screen, but collectively, the music selected expresses Tarantino's vision for his creation.
With the film and its soundtrack's nationwide release last month, Warner Bros selected Furnace MFG to press and assemble the film's soundtrack LP on virgin vinyl for retail distribution. Furnace MFG was able to ship the final product to Warner Bros within three weeks of receiving test pressing approval, whereas typical turnaround times average 4-6 weeks.
"The soundtracks of 'Reservoir Dogs' and 'Pulp Fiction' are two of my favorite albums and I'm a huge fan of Tarantino's films as well." says Furnace MFG CEO, Eric Astor. "Being able to bring his soundtrack to vinyl was especially exciting for us, combining a great soundtrack with a great musical format."
Fans of the movie and the soundtrack can purchase the soundtrack LP directly from Warner Music at http://www.becausesoundmatters.com
About Furnace MFG:
In business since 1996, Furnace MFG (http://www.furnacemfg.com) is a recognized leader in CD and DVD duplication, replication, and vinyl record manufacturing and packaging.
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