19 Songs, 1 Hour 9 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

Toni B. ,

This soundtrack influenced my taste in music.

I bought this soundtrack on CASSETTE in 1991. It came out at a very influential time in my life and this album for sure had a lot to do with my future music choices. I listen to this now as much as I did when it came out 19 years ago ( yikes!)

b-radn ,

The music and the movie are classics.

Listen to the soundtrack and then go rent or buy the movie. The music stands alone but when you watch the movie the music is very much an aural prop for the emotions and feelings being expressed. I found myself listening to the music and had to rewind the movie to focus on the plot again.
The one track that is missing Peter Gabriel's "In The Blood Eden". It's too bad because it would fit and it is also one of the longer tracks played in the movie. Other tracks are only available on the soundtrack (Summer Kisses, Death's Door, It Takes Time). Kudos to a good friend that recommended this movie to me years ago.

Mark McEachran ,

Best Soundtrack Album Ever

This is quite possibly the best soundtrack album ever. Not only does the music capture the mood of the film, but it stands on its own as a perfectly blended eclectic collection tied together with the multitude of instruments from Graeme Revell's interstitial songs.

I've recommended this to people who haven't even seen the film and they have loved it.

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