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  • Performer: The Shower Scene From Psycho
  • Album: Return To Tomorrow
  • FLAC: 1949 mb | MP3: 1622 mb
  • Released: 1998
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The Shower Scene From Psycho - Return To Tomorrow album flac

Tracklist

1 Lost In Spaces 4:08
2 Goin' Out Of My Head 3:17
3 You 3:21
4 Falling Down To Hell 5:24
5 The Earth Is Getting Closer To The Sun 3:48

Credits

  • Artwork By – Feedback Jack, Simon Grounds
  • Effects [Devices] – Simon Grounds
  • Engineer – Simon Grounds
  • Guitar – Feedback Jack*
  • Keyboards – Simon Grounds
  • Mastered By – Joseph Carra
  • Photography – Clive Hutchinson
  • Producer – Feedback Jack*, Simon Grounds
  • Theremin – Simon Grounds
  • Vocals – Simon Grounds
  • Written-By – Bobby Weinstein (tracks: 2), Simon Grounds (tracks: 1, 3 to 5), Teddy Randazzo (tracks: 2)

The famous shower scene from the classic Hitchcock film Psycho.

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Psycho was nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Supporting Actress for Leigh and Best Director for Hitchcock. As she showers, a shadowy figure stabs her to death with a chef's knife. After seeing blood, Norman panics and runs to Marion's room, where he discovers her body. Retakes were also required for.

One' compilation CD 15 Previously released 1986 on Au-Go-Go Records 'A Slab Of Vic' 12 Inch vinyl compilation album 17 Previously released on Chase Records 'Melbourne Stuff' 12 inch vinyl compilation album 18 Previously released 1985 on Soft Option Records 7 inch flexi-disc single 20 Previously released 2000 as secret track on Festival Records 'Sample People' OST compilation CD. 11-14, 16 and 19 Previously unreleased.

Psycho II (1983) opening scene is the shower scene from the first movie. Alfred Hitchcock: The Art of Making Movies (1990) (Short) clip shown during the pre-show. A-Z of Horror (1997) (TV Mini-Series) Segment American Psycho refers to the movie and uses the music, and features scenes from both the movie and trailer. Histoire(s) du cinéma: Le contrôle de l'univers (1999) (TV Episode). Hollywood Burn (2006) Sample(s). Alice, Sweet Alice (1976) Multiple references: A Psycho poster can be seen in the background in one scene; Aunt Annie's stabbing on the staircase is designed to resemble the shower murder; and the music imitates Bernard Herrmann's score in some moments. Tiempos duros para Drácula (1976) "I had inspired my movements in the shower scene from Psycho. Suspiria (1977) The indentations in the bed Helena Markos lies on, as well as her voice (similar to "Mother"'s).

Psycho‘s highly aestheticized shower scene bears little relation to the squalid killings (one perhaps accidental) of two women by Ed Gein, the psychopathic Wisconsin body-snatcher, arrested in 1957, whose maternal fixation mirrored that of Norman Bates in the Psycho source novel written by Robert Bloch. No one writing or talking about Psycho denies that the shower scene is virtuosic. But the only interviewee in the film who allows that there is also something morally wrong with it is the drily acerbic Richard Stanley, the South African director of Hardware. It’s doubtful, of course, if morality should ever be invoked when discussing art.

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Focusing on iconic shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s classic, the documentary looks better than resting at Bates Motel.