For the third day in a row I can’t get off the Kill Bill: Volume 1 [Soundtrack]. I am usually not that much into music, but this time I simply can’t stop. And the strange thing is that I liked the Vol.2 movie more than Vol.1 .
All of the compositions on the disk are excellent but these are giving me the most pleasure: “Bang Bang” by Nancy Sinatra, “The Grand Duel” by Luis Bacalov, “Twisted Nerve” by Bernard Herrmann, “Green Hornet” by Al Hirt, “Battle Without Honor Or Humanity” by Tomoyasu Hotei, and “Woo Hoo” by The 18.104.22.168’s.
4 thoughts on “Kill Bill Vol.1 soundtrack”
The "bang-bang" one…is it where she’s singin’ this song and after each two or three words goes "bang-bang!"?
 Yup, that’s the one. :)
 He-he! So which part of this song do you like? The cool lyrics? :) or the music?
Man, I’ve cought it on radio last week (fist time I heard it), and I almost got headache from it :)
to me it sounded very bad and annoying :) – What a contrast in opinions and taste!
 I liked the mood and the story. Simplicity added a lot to it. :)