Burwell doesn't have nearly the vocal fanbase he deserves, so I'm SUPER excited to see this.
The only other Burwell catalog titles I can think of that have come out were both tied to other things. His rejected score for Kiss the Girls came out alongside Mark Isham's expanded one, and his score for the feature film of Buffy came out as a bonus with the TV series SE release.
"I had no agent, no experience of writing music on paper, of hiring musicians, of spotting music to picture. I really knew nothing about anything... I made out a list of equipment I'd need - in particular a workstation called a Synclavier.... The cheapest Synclavier that Universal could book was in a industrial park in the San Fernando Valley - a very nondescript building whose few employees drove Ferrari's.... I realized that they made and distributed porn videos. They'd bought the Synclavier for their in-house composer".
Amazing. Just re-watched the original and II-III (seen in cinema) and then saw IV for the first time. Re III, I remember being wowed at the whole Virgin Mary/ shower angle which I thought was ingenious and still do. That being said, there were a few too many over-the-top moments in the picture for this viewer. However, Mr. Perkins' directorial debut was superb and I really like the long tracking shot following Norman in search of the motel room. As for the score, for me it was serviceable, at best, but I would enjoy hearing about the score as a listening experience on its own.