Quartet Records has announced the world premiere official soundtrack release for the 1972 thriller Frenzy directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Jon Finch, Alec McCowen, Barry Foster, Billie Whitelaw, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Anna Massey, Bernard Cribbins and Vivien Merchant. The album features the film’s original music composed and conducted by Ron Goodwin (Where Eagles DareSquadron 633, Battle of Britain), as well as the (completed) unused score composed and conducted by Henry Mancini (The Pink Panther, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Santa Claus: The MovieThe Thorn BirdsCharade). The soundtrack, which is being released as part of the Universal Pictures Film Music Classics Collection and coincides with the movie’s 50th Anniversary, is limited to 3,000 copies and is now available to order on Intrada’s official website, where you can also check out audio samples. Frenzy is now available on VOD, Blu-ray and DVD.

Film Score Composed and Conducted by Ron Goodwin:

1. Main Title (From The Motion Picture ‘Frenzy’) (2:47)
2. Covent Garden (1:00)
3. Frenzy (0:39)
4. Arrival At Brenda’s Flat (0:31)
5. In The Salvation Army Hostel (0:24)
6. Death Of Brenda (2:17)
7. Fugitive From The Coburg Hotel (2:51)
8. A Talk In The Park (2:50)
9. A Spree De Corpse (1:44)
10. Murder Flashback (1:30)
11. Escape And Retribution (6:27)
12. Frenzy (End Title) (0:47)
Source Music:
13. Poem (4:01)
14. Juke Box (2:30)
Additional Music:
15. Murder Flashback (Alternate) (1:32)
16. Frenzy (End Title) (Film Version Edit) (0:46)

Unused Score Composed and Conducted by Henry Mancini:

17. Prologue (2:37)
18. My Tie Is Your Tie (1:17)
19. My Kind Of Woman (3:12)
20. Son Of My Kind Of Woman (2:21)
21. Exit Oscar Wilde (2:50)
22. Big Drag For Babs (1:05)
23. Hot Potatoes (2:13)
24. Babs Grabs (1:11)
25. The Inspector Thinks (0:53)
26. Rusk On Candid Camera (0:30)
27. Off To Rusk’s Place (4:17)
28. End Credits / End Rusk (0:47)
Source Music:
29. Posh For Two (3:16)
30. Tijuana On Thames (1:59)
Additional Music:
31. Prologue (Alternate) (2:53)
32. Babs Grabs (Alternate) (1:11)
33-45. Descriptions for Alfred Hitchcock