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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2007 6:51 pm 
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Hi, first post here.

Does anyone know where i can find the track that plays when Ken Wahl (The Soldier) is practicing at his shooting-range.

It is my fav. Tangerine Dream track !
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groovemeister wrote:
Hi, first post here.

Does anyone know where i can find the track that plays when Ken Wahl (The Soldier) is practicing at his shooting-range.

It is my fav. Tangerine Dream track !


Hello Groovemeister

Sorry i cant help you with that but im sure somebody here can,ive not seen the film.......
Welcome to the forum 8)

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Hell...haven't seen that since we first got a VHS player...well the Solider uses mainly bits and pieces from TD studio albums (some in earlier stripped down versions), such as underwater Sunlight and Poland, plus a couple of sequencer bits (like the cable car attack) and some brief snare drum rhythms (one track appears on a rather famous/infamous bootleg)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_hkPuLhkhw

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edpOs8bab-M

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24db wrote:
Hell...haven't seen that since we first got a VHS player...well the Solider uses mainly bits and pieces from TD studio albums (some in earlier stripped down versions), such as underwater Sunlight and Poland, plus a couple of sequencer bits (like the cable car attack) and some brief snare drum rhythms (one track appears on a rather famous/infamous bootleg)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_hkPuLhkhw

Ski Sequence:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edpOs8bab-M



haha that looks HILARIOUS . dont you just love those old trailers for 80s action movies, I just got to watch that


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Of course groovemeister you could always record a few seconds of the music...should be enough to indentify it if you can put it online

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Well, the majority of the score can be found in one way or another on previous TD-albums (Tangram, Logos, Poland).
But this track in particular i'm looking for isn't on them.
It's a cracking track.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2007 7:14 pm 
talking of trailers, this is one of my faves.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suFy3jPEUGw


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2007 7:17 pm 
oh dear I think I might have to start a trailer thread, one of my fave 80s movies.....what was I thinking :oops: :oops:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAtrYgNut1E


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groovemeister wrote:
Well, the majority of the score can be found in one way or another on previous TD-albums (Tangram, Logos, Poland).
But this track in particular i'm looking for isn't on them.
It's a cracking track.


A sequencer track?

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I've got the DVD somewhere. I'll have a hunt around for it. See what I can do.


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No, it's in the vein of Logos (Velvet part), a little faster with a great melody !

Believe me, when you hear it, it would be among your favorite TD-tracks.
Mind you, i've been looking for it for 20 years now :?
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No, it's in the vein of Logos (Velvet part), a little faster with a great melody !



Believe me, when you hear it, it would be among your favorite TD-tracks.
Mind you, i've been looking for it for 20 years now :?


Something off Poland :?:

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I've got the DVD somewhere. I'll have a hunt around for it. See what I can do.


Wow, thanks.
I'm at work now, and i also have the DVD (at home). It should be around the 15-30 minute mark in the movie.
Actually, it plays twice, the second time when 'The Soldier Unit' arrives in the States with a Jet-plane.
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No epsilon75, it's not on Poland, unfortunately.
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24db wrote:
Hell...haven't seen that since we first got a VHS player...well the Solider uses mainly bits and pieces from TD studio albums (some in earlier stripped down versions), such as underwater Sunlight and Poland, plus a couple of sequencer bits (like the cable car attack) and some brief snare drum rhythms (one track appears on a rather famous/infamous bootleg)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_hkPuLhkhw

Ski Sequence:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edpOs8bab-M



haha that looks HILARIOUS . dont you just love those old trailers for 80s action movies, I just got to watch that


It looks truly awful and it's made worse by "voice-over man"! :lol:

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