Music to Be Murdered By
(Imperial Records #9052; 1958)
Sadly, I'm still on the lookout for a decent copy of this one (I believe there is a CD, but I'd rather have trusty old vinyl), but from what I understand it's largely a collection of vaguely menacing mood music. Hitchcock does wry intros for each track, and I've tracked down a couple of those.
Side 1 intro
Side 2 intro
From the liner notes: "These days a murder is amusing for the onlookers and the murderer but no one thinks of making things pleasant for the victim. He may be a tiresome bore but he is still rather essential and is entitled to some consideration. Music, I feel, will heighten his appreciation and make his own murder the truly ennobling experience it should be."