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Rambo - [Import, Soundtrack]

Rambo Audio CD

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1. Rambo Theme
2. No Rules Of Engagement
3. Conscription
4. The Rescue
5. Aftermath
6. Searching For Missionaries
7. Hunting Mercenaries
8. Crossing Into Burma
9. The Village
10. Rambo Returns
11. When You Are Pushed
12. The Call To War
13. Atrocities
14. Prison Camp
15. Attack On the Village
16. Rambo Takes Charge
17. The Compound
18. Battle Adagio
19. Rambo Main Title
20. Rambo End Title

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars New Rambo Music!!! Feb. 12 2008
By Donavan Zuelsdorf - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Rambo finally returns to the movies, and it also means new music! This CD contains almost the entire score by Brian Tyler. His versions of main and action themes do the first three movie scores justice. Although the tracking is a bit odd, the music is exciting and worth turning the volume up!! My favorite track in particular is track 2 (No Rules Of Engagement). Tyler has his own blend of powerful action themes and percussion and strings to give it it's own rythm. Tracks like The Aftermath and The Village present some of the more peaceful moments in the music. Track 7, Hunting Mercenaries, gives a real "charge"! Tracks 1 and 19 are simillar and represent two versions of the opening scenes of the film, track 19 being the alternate version to track 1 that was heard in the film.

The best part of the whole CD is the used of the original Rambo music by the late Jerry Goldsmith, which can be heard on tracks 1,2,8,12,18,19,and 20. Those themes brought back the original emotions of the original soundtracks of the first three, and I can happily say that Brian Tyler did Jerry Goldsmith's themes justice!

I believe this is worthy of calling it Rambo music. Enjoy!!
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars BOOM! Feb. 8 2008
By Kenobi-fan - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The score is (nearly) perfect! Brian Tyler does a GREAT job combining his themes with those of Jerry Goldsmith. My only gripe is that (again) the music is not in order as you hear it in the film. It is a HUGE pet-peeve of mine...sorry. Also, the track 'Rambo Theme' sounds more like the main title music as opposed to track titled 'Rambo Main Title'...weird. And for those looking for the music that accompanies Rambo's final act of gut-wrenching vengeance, check out the end of track two - No Rules of Engagement...AWESOME!
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing soundtrack Feb. 8 2008
By Ron Carpenter - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is one of the most surprisingly emotional and gripping scores I have heard in a long time. The wonderful nostalgia of hearing the original Goldsmith theme combines with the epic new themes from Brian Tyler to create an extremely satisfying CD. The action from Tyler is, as always, top notch with soaring orchestra and massive percussive thunder. But it is the memorable new Rambo theme that really sets this apart.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Goldsmith still propping up mediocre composers from beyond the grave June 28 2008
By Inspector Gadget - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I know I've said it before but I still cannot believe that Brian Tyler, a composer who first came to my attention with the wonderful Bubba Ho-Tep (Signature Edition) score, could so quickly turn into a hack churning out 'noise' scores for trash movies such as The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift [Original Motion Picture Score] and the inarticulate, bombastic sounds of Alien vs. Predator: Requiem. What a disappointment this obviously talented man has turned out to be. Or was the music of Bubba Ho-Tep merely a fluke?

Living up to Jerry Goldsmith is no easy task even for a vetran, so it puzzles me why Tyler should receive that honor above everyone else. Think of how good the score to Rambo would have been if Chris Young, James Horner or Alan Silvestri had been hired. I'm afraid to say that, as it is, the only good parts of this CD are moments when Tyler more or less directly cut and pastes portions of Goldsmith's work from First Blood: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1982 Film). What little melodic input Tyler uses from his own imagination is sadly generic and forgettable. Also, while he's strengthening his own sub-par music with Goldsmith's why did he choose to leave out the absolutely brilliant main theme from Rambo: First Blood Part II - Original Film Soundtrack, New Expanded Edition? I can just imagine that theme being used to great effect in the finale when Rambo seizes control of that massive gun and lays waste to the bad guys.

Each of the score CDs from the first three movies have signature sounds and themes in pretty much every single track. Unfortunately, aside from the occasional cue containing the wonderful Rambo theme, this CD is mainly filled with more of the tiresome action 'noise' that is so commonplace in film-scoring these days. There's hardly anything memorable about the new material on this CD and I recommend it only to Goldsmith or Rambo fans.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Goldsmith Would Be Proud Feb. 22 2008
By Media Lover - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Brian has done it again! Directly after the stunning success of his WONDERFUL AvP:R score, he once again brings it with "Rambo." Goldsmith would be proud at the faithful adaptions and loving treatment of his majestic themes. I also have a feeling Goldsmith would have been proud of the intensely brutal direction Tyler brings to the Rambo franchise. Just like the film, the score pounds with intensity that doesn't let up hardly ever.
Add to all of these positive attributes EXCELLENT sound mixing and an over seventy minute runtime, and you have a nearly perfect score.

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