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Transformers: The Movie Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (May 29 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B000PHW236
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #54,302 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Touch - Stan Bush
2. Instruments Of Destruction - N.R.G.
3. Death Of Optimus Prime - Vince DiCola
4. Dare - Stan Bush
5. Nothin's Gonna Stand In Our Way - Spectre General
6. The Transformers (Theme) - Lion
7. Escape - Vince DiCola
8. Hunger - Spectre General
9. Autobot/Decepticon Battle - Vince DiCola
10. Dare To Be Stupid - 'Weird Al' Yankovic
11. Medley: Unicron Medley - Vince DiCola
12. Moon Base 2 - Shuttle Launch - Vince DiCola
13. Megatron Must Be Stopped - Vince DiCola
14. The Transformers (Theme) - Stan Bush

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The all-star cast of voice talent includes Eric Idle, Judd Nelson, Robert Stack, Orson Welles, Scatman Crothers, Casey Kasem and Leonard Nimoy. Relive the adventure that brought the Transformers to the big screen or see it now for the first time with this brilliantly remastered and color-corrected special edition 2-disc set!

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Vader on Aug. 4 2007
Format: Audio CD
I remember the song, The Touch by Stan Bush. A sentimental song about overcoming the odds and a song that sends the message that all things are possible. The soundtrack also has other favorites, Dare, by Stan Bush. Instruments of Destruction from the takeover of the Autobots space ship when the Decepticons leave a major hole in the space ship. Nothing's gonna stand in our way from Spectre General. This has to be one of my favorite songs of all-time. It's amazing and one of my favorite albums.

This soundtrack is a must for every fan of the Transformers.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
The best Transformers soundtrack out there July 15 2007
By Stephen M. Sturgeon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
First, I like to get the obvious out of the way. It may seem like a "duh" statement, but the more I see, the more I believe this has to be said. This is the soundtrack to the original 80's animated movie, not the '07 live action movie. If you're looking for the live action movie soundtrack, it's the one with the profile shot of the head of CGI Optimus. Try again. Now for the review of this release...

I first bought the 10-track soundtrack years ago. Even that version, without the four bonus tracks, I would have rated a solid five stars. It was great car driving music and there wasn't a single track that I would skip. If you've ever seen the movie, there isn't a single song or score on here that won't immediately conjure up images in your mind of the scene that it came from.

How much better is it now that it has four new bonus tracks? For one thing, even having said I'd rate the original album with five stars, there was one score that I always felt was missing, the Unicron theme. Now that this release has cleared up that minor oversight, I have to say that this album is nearly flawless.

Nearly flawless because I must admit I do skip over the new remix of the Transformers theme. But that's just personal preference. Besides, show me any other album where I only skip over one song, and I'd still have to rate it far above most other cd's out there.

With the inclusion of the Unicron Medley, Moon Base 2 score, Megatron Must be stopped scores and the original 10-tracks which I've already stated I never skip a track, this is a solid buy for any fan of the original Transformers Movie. In fact, if you dare to call yourself a Transformers fan, than this album deserves to be in your collection.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
This IS the original Soundtrack July 7 2007
By M. LaCasse - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The original soundtrack from the ORIGINAL 80's animated movie. Please do not confuse this awesome soundtrack with the "eh" soundtrack from the new live-action film. This soundtrack is the epitome of 80's cartoons and rock fusing together to create that unique experience that us kids of the 80's had. The new movie is good and doesn't disappoint even die hard fans I know of, but this soundtrack (in comparison to the new soundtrack with the new theme song) from the original feature length film is really what it was all about. Hope all those who have not experienced it before can do so and enjoy themselves while they grab a bit of that 80's action cartoon nostalgia!
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Transformers Rock June 27 2007
By Hendy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is a great CD with melodic rock songs and a cool score and the bonus tracks are great. You must get this if your a transfomer fan and a fan of 80's rock/metal and synthesized scores.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great album or greatest album? May 17 2011
By Celticchops - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Stan Bush and Vince DiCola bring to the auditory senses what Michelangelo brings to the Sistine Chapel. Pure beauty that could never be replicated but forever appreciated worldwide, and on Cybertron.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
My Favorite Soundtrack!!!! May 15 2008
By Butler Family - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Transformers The Movie (1986) is one of my all-time favorite movies and I wasted little time securing a copy of the soundtrack on LP shortly after the movie was released back in 1986. As the movie remained unavailable for purchase or even rental for several years, listening to the soundtrack was pretty much my only reminder of/link to the movie I loved and it was one of my most treasured albums and one of my best friends surprised me by getting me a copy of the CD reissue of the soundtrack a few years later for one of my birthdays. The original release, which contained all of the vocal tracks and some of the instrumental tracks composed by Vince DiCola (Rocky IV) from the movie, was always enjoyable to listen to but the soundtrack nevertheless seemed somewhat limited when considering the size and scope of the magnificent instrumental score that Mr. DiCola composed for the movie (especially after having an opportunity to watch the movie again) but, given that it was the only commercially available version of the soundtrack available until last year I accepted its limitations and managed to enjoy it as it was. I was very pleased to accidentally discover via iTunes last year that the soundtrack had been re-released containing some additional instrumental tracks from Mr. DiCola's score. Unfortunately, the instrumental tracks included on the re-release were still not as comprehensive as I had hoped for but it did fill in some of the gaps left by the previous release and the soundtrack now includes nearly all of the instrumental music featured during the first 30 minutes of the movie including a collection of music from scenes featuring Unicron ("Unicron Medley"), the post-credits Autobot moon base/shuttle launch sequence ("Moon Base 2 Shuttle Launch"), and the second half of the Autobot City Battle containing the conclusion of Prime's battle with Megatron and the Decepticon's subsequent retreat ("Megatron Must Be Stopped Parts 1 & 2"). As an added bonus, the re-release also has an alternate version of the Transformers theme composed by Vince DiCola with vocals performed by Stan Bush, who had previously contributed the soundtrack's standout tracks, "The Touch" and "Dare". Despite its limitations, I continue to frequently listen to it and it is probably one of my most-played albums with the possible exception of John William's collection of music composed for the "Star Wars" movies. My only hope is that we will eventually get a commercially available release of Vince DiCola's entire instrumental score for the movie. My understanding is that full-length recordings of the score were actually released (albeit in limited quantities) at the 1997 & 2001 Bot-Con conventions but they have since become discontinued/out-of-print. Based on personal correspondence with Mr. DiCola, it appears that even he himself is unsure of the prospects of a future commercial release of his entire instrumental score for the movie. In the meantime, however, I am continuing to enjoy what I consider to be an amazing soundtrack to an amazing movie! The 2007 release is highly recommended to fans of the movie and the G1 Transformers series in general.


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