This is an electrical and fantastic soundtrack of the wonderful fantasy movie of 1986, starring Jennifer Connoly and DAvid Bowie, Labyrinth. From start to finish it is electrical and rich in fantasty rock and some electronic instrumental music too. This album includes the beautiful song of loneliness and hope, Underground, the catchy and super Magic Dance, the fun and cheeky Chilly Down, the gentle As The Wall Falls Down and the romantic Within You. This album was proof that Bowie was still one of the greatest talents of the musical world by 1986, and had lost none of his ability to create beautiful and enchanting music.
World premiere 2-CD release of complete Jerry Goldsmith soundtrack to Russall Mulcahy film with Alec Baldwin as famed and flawed crime fighter, co-starring John Lone, Penelope Ann Miller, Ian McKellen, Peter Boyle. Dark, edged action plus stunning period design inspire Goldsmith to create one of his most involved, exciting (and longest) scores of his later career. Powerful French horn main theme imposes but is mere stepping stone to ferocious action music, mysterious ideas, tender love theme. Latter melody is especially pretty on piano, amongst composer's most beautiful - and barely heard from on original 1994 album.
The Top Gun soundtrack is one of the most popular soundtracks to date, reaching 9x Platinum certification and #1 on The Billboard Hot 200 Albums chart for five nonconsecutive weeks in the summer and fall of 1986. Reissue of the 1986 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack with 5 bonus tracks. All the Hits + 5 bonus tracks, complete lyrics, addt'l photos, new notes, digital mastering.
"Shine" is the second and most recent soundtrack album by Kevin Moore (Chroma Key, Dream Theater, O.S.I.). It was composed for the Turkish film Kucuk Kiyamet (“Little Apocalypse“), a supernatural, post-traumatic drama centered on Turkey's recent earthquakes.
Hans Zimmer's credit may headline The Whole Wide World, but in truth the score was written by up-and-coming composer Harry Gregson-Williams, who later proclaimed "Hans didn't write any music for [this movie]. In fact, he heard my score for the first time at the premiere." Zimmer's fingerprints are nevertheless smeared all over The Whole Wide World - bass-heavy synthesizers and bombastic arrangements are just two of his signature moves borrowed wholesale by Gregson-Williams, who also dabbles in a series of melodic contexts spanning from lush romance to epic action to Latin-inspired dance (the idiosyncratic "Sombrero"). Gregson-Williams is nevertheless too much of a novice to command any of these disparate genres with authority, and the result is a score undermined by its disjointed, often haphazard approach.