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Great soundtrack IMHO...well most of it...a couple of tracks are a bit dull

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In my top 5 TD favorite soundtracks which contains some fantastic music 8) .

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Quite determined that "Afternoon in The Desert" "Love Phantasy" will be part of the music that see's me say goodbye to this world. Sublime music on a great album.

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Fabulous and underrated soundtrack IMO !

Really strong themes throughout - and brings a real atmosphere to the film . 8) 8) 8)


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Not among their best IMO, but some great stuff like the main theme.

I saw the film some years ago, not a masterpiece...


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Of it's time and not one of their best..Going West and a couple of other tracks are top notch but thats it for me.


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Top 5 TD soundtrack, maybe a close 4th. This one was a hard soundtrack for me to find. My first listen to it was off the bootleg Mystery Tracks which includes my first listen to Quinoa. I was in TD heaven. A few years later I found the cd soundtrack on one of my travels in Europe. Also liked the film.

:) :) :) :) out of 5

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Fabulous and underrated soundtrack IMO !

Really strong themes throughout - and brings a real atmosphere to the film . 8) 8) 8)



I wholeheartly agree with you Tim

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Good soundtrack this and the film is pretty good too. The music matches the film perfectly. 'Bout time it was shown on TV again.


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I really like the film...all other TD films (bar Sorcerer) have been utter pants IMHO...only worth watching for TD's far superior music

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very good percussion programming from Chris on Flashpoint, probably the stand out thing on the album

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24db wrote:
very good percussion programming from Chris on Flashpoint, probably the stand out thing on the album


What about the sequencing :?: :)

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epsilon75 wrote:
24db wrote:
very good percussion programming from Chris on Flashpoint, probably the stand out thing on the album


What about the sequencing :?: :)


Can't remember much about it...a lot of those albums started to use fairly simlar sequences to be honest. Strip away the rubbery percussion, lush chords and (from time to time) Johannes Oberheim lead and you'd be hard pressed to tell one from another. Still good though

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Never seen the movie and cant remember much about the soundtrack as I have not got round to gettting it.


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Nice soundtrack Going West is superb.


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