Ship to Shore PhonoCo. is proud to present the original soundtrack to Hal P. Warren’s Manos: The Hands of Fate. Utilizing sparse, jazzy arrangements, Robert Smith, Jr. and Russ Huddleston’s score evokes the same bizarre, yet oddly compelling, feelings that fans of the film know and love.
This album also includes some dialog interspersed with the music, as the best source available was a 35mm magnetic soundtrack.
Featuring liner notes from Videoscope columnist Tim Ferrante and artwork from Garrett T. McDonald, this is a score that fans will not want to miss!
A Note from Ship to Shore:
In early 2015, the original 35mm soundtrack negative to MANOS: The Hands of Fate was discovered, giving fans a better look into the bizarre world of the film. After a restoration by Steve Addabbo at Shelter Island Sound in New York City, sonic imperfections still apply, but definite audio improvements have been made, including a drastic decrease in hiss and distortion. Ship to Shore PhonoCo. believes that this is the definitive audio edition of MANOS: The Hands of Fate.