This soundtrack is certainly a byproduct of its era; firmly rooted in 80s music, and sounding a bit dated twenty-some years later. Some songs on here still sound brilliant, though, among those winners being the tracks by New Order, Donald Fagen, M/A/R/R/S, and even Konk's "Love Attack." The tracks by Prince and Depeche Mode are not among the better ones that either artist recorded. Bryan Ferry is Bryan Ferry. Fans will like it, but again, his single track on here is not among his most stirring numbers. Other tunes on here are nothing more a mixed bag of filler. Does anyone remember Noise Club or Jennifer Hall? I thought not. This soundtrack may bring back some pleasant 80s memories for some listeners, but that's about the only ones who will appreciate this aging 80s relic of a soundtrack.