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Bloodsport Import, Soundtrack


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1. Steal the Night, song (as used in the film Bloodsport)
2. Kumite
3. Captain
4. Flashback Montage. Flashback / Martial Science
5. In Hong Kong
6. The Walled City
7. Dim Mak
8. Police
9. First Day. Ceremony / First Fight / Good, Bad, Ugly
10. Fight to Survive, song (as used in the film Bloodsport)
11. Morning after
12. Second day
13. Samoan Balls
14. Jackson falls
15. On my own - alone, song (as used in the film Bloodsport)
16. Here for the finale / Inspector, no!
17. Paco vs. Dux
18. Chong Li Kills
19. Preparation
20. Finale / Powder / Triumph
See all 22 tracks on this disc

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Bloodsport FULL Motion Score after 19 years wait.... July 21 2007
By A. A. Mughal - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
1998 Bloodsport was released Nationwide, but the soundtrack to the movie was VERY limited only a few tracks were included and the 2 audio songs were not performed by the original artists. See Below:

1. Fight to survive (02:19)
Performed By Paul Delph
2. Kumite (Main Titel) (02:38)

3. Father and son / training (04:23)

4. The tree and the sword/In hong kong/the walled city/the ceremony (07:41)

5. Chong li kills (02:47)

6. On my own-Alone (03:30)
Performed By Paul Delph
7. The secound day (04:20)

8. The morning after (02:42)

9. Preparation (02:30)

10. Dim Mar (01:56)

11. Powder (03:40)

12. Triumph (02:34)

BUT now after 19 years the FULL score & soundtrack is available, I have been waiting for this for most of my life. This is one awesome excellent and extremely powerfull ORIGINAL SCORE & SOUNDTRACK which includes the Original songs sung by, see below.

1. "Steal the Night" (04:28)
performed by Michael Bishop
2. Kumite (02:25)

3. Captain (00:23)

4. Flashback/Martial Science/Father & Son/Training/Tree & Sword (10:20)

5. In Hong Hong (00:58)

6. The Walled City (01:53)

7. Dim Mak (00:42)

8. Police (00:14)

9. First Day: Ceremony/ First Fight/Good, Bad, Ugly/Dux vs Arab (04:31)

10. "Fight to Survive" (02:02)
performed by Stan Bush
11. Morning After (01:55)

12. Second Day (04:25)

13. Samoan Balls (02:16)

14. Jackson Falls (01:28)

15. "On My Own - Alone" (02:12)
performed by Stan Bush
16. Here for the Final?/Inspector, No! (00:57)

17. Paco vs Dux (02:20)

18. Chong Li Kills (01:29)

19. Preparation (00:49)

20. Finals/Powder/Triumph (07:28)

21. "Fight to Survive" (End Title) (02:40)
performed by Stan Bush
22. "Steal the Night" (instrumental version) (04:32)

The ONLY Dissapointment is that it has a VERY BADLY made front & back cover not very detailed and also it doe's not state that it is a Limited Edition Of 3000 Copies.

If you love the Movie them BUY THIS NOW, comon what R U waiting for GO FOR IT, the Price is WELL WORTH IT.

Thanks to Perseverance Records this Masterpiece limited Edition of 3000 copies is definately A++++++++

AA747TX
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Martial Arts movie of the 80's. Sept. 30 2007
By John Russell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It was the movie that introduced Jean-Claude Van Damme to an International audience. Van Damme plays Frank Dux, a real person, for whom the film is somewhat based, who enters an undergound fighting tournament to honor his ailing master who has taught him everything he knows. The soundtrack, composed by Paul Hertzog is quintessential 80's. The synthesized sounds, mixed with classic drum machine passes take you right back 20 years. Add in some classical Asian intrumentation and you have an extremely good soundtrack. Anyone who remembers the film remembers the three songs as well. Fight to Survive, On My Own-Alone and Steal the Night could have played anytime on MTV and blended in with the sounds and style of the day. This soundtrack, relatively unavailable for some time, if ever, sounds fantastic. All cues from the film are represented and are 100% spot on. Now all we need is a re-relaease of the soundtrack for Kickboxer (also composed by Hertzog) and your Van Damme 80's collection will be complete. In conclusion, this soundtrack is highly recommended for anyone who longs for the time when Martial Arts films were popular again and Van Damme was just breaking (no pun intended) onto the scene.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
the perfect soundtrack to a perfect movie Aug. 5 2008
By J. Worthington - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
this is a wonderful soundtrack to one of the all time greatest martial arts films. i have both the original soundtrack and the 3000 copy version and there are significant differnces. 3000 version has the original version of fight to survive and own my own, alone by stan bush. the original copy did not and brought in another preformer to sing. also this version has the previously unreleased steal the night which was never released until this album.this album also has every single track from each scene. if you love the movie and the music from the movie, then pick this copy up fast. hurry only 3000 copies made.

Kumite! Kumite! Kumite!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
At Last! I can "Steal The Night" Sept. 4 2007
By Alex - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Everytime I watch the movie, I love that part where Dux is running throught the streets chased by the FBI agents. That song, "Steal The Night", became a favourite of mine. I looked all over the internet for Michael Bishop and "Steal The Night", and came up pretty much empty.

Yet what is the use, when you like a song and it has never been released in any format...until now.

As if getting "Steal The Night", isn't enough, you also get it an instrumntal version of it as well. The score covers "Fight To Survive" and "On My Own", by Stan Bush. Now Stan is the man! I mean, this is the guy who has "The Touch", if you know what I mean! The score includes two versions of "Fight To Survive".

Ain't it Strange, when the the morning comes, you'll see the light, and when the night returns, you'll Steal The Night!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
very moving soundtrack Sept. 13 2007
By D. Francis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I've always been a fan of the movie and also the soundtrack. After all these years I'm so happy it is finally available totally uncut!

As a bonus there are interviews with the composers and they tell you about the development and instruments used. As well as how the film almost never got the green light for release.

Many of the tracks are on my ipod for when I'm at the gym or when I'm running. 'Fight to Survive' is always on when I'm getting ready for my final and heaviest set. Gets the adrenaline going!

Highly Recommended for anyone who is a fan of the movie!


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