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Listed below the title of each track is the corresponding cue from the commercially available album
1. Opening / Conflict / Alabama: The first minute and 25 seconds of this track is unreleased material, but isn’t anything particularly special. The sound quality isn’t the best either. The rest is the first 8 minutes and 25 seconds of “Alabama”
2. Resurrection: The last 9 minutes and 47 seconds of “Alabama”
3. Little Ducks: “Little Ducks”
4. 1SQ (alternate): The first 11 minutes and 9 seconds of “1SQ” As far as I can tell this is exactly the same as the1SQ from track 8 of this bootleg, so I’m not even sure why it would be considered an alternate
5. Mutiny: “Mutiny”
6. Day 12: 8:23 – 14:04 from “1SQ”
7. 3… 2… 1…: This is another previously unreleased track, but contains parts that are so similar to other parts of the album that it hardly matters. (In fact, it sounds like most of this *is* made up of other segments, possibly arranged by a fan)
8. 1SQ / 3:00: The first 16 minutes and 13 seconds of “1SQ”
9. 2SQ / November 2nd: The last 2 minutes of “1SQ” The remainder of the track is a third unreleased cue, which is a nice (albeit short) variation of the main theme. It’s quite good, but it’s still not worth going through the trouble of finding this bootleg.
10. End Credits: “Roll Tide”
Overall, I would not recommend seeking this one out. The only reason why anyone should really want it is if they are not satisfied with the extremely long tracks on the commercial release - but if you own a music editing program you can just edit it yourself based on the information I’ve provided. The end of track 9 is good, but like I said, it’s not worth going through the trouble of finding the bootleg to get it.
Is it possible to get an explanation of what tracks do/don't contain new material not heard on the original album? And, maybe, whereabouts during these tracks... Most of it seems very similar to the commercial release.
Un excellent score du compositeur pour un bon film du tres sous-estimé Tony Scott ( The Last Boy-Scout, Enemy Of The State ) Hans Zimmer a ecrit un excellent theme principal, -trés utilisé lors des bandes annonces des blockbuster- ainsi qu'un excellent End Titles
Unfortunately, a deep let down. I got the CD via eBay and was expecting an encore to the wonderful score which is my second favorite after Gladiator (all-time).
It turns out that the tracks on this CD are basically cropped and chopped from the original score - only the first two minutes of the CD and two other very brief sections contain music not heard on the original.
I am forced to think twice before obtaining expanded music - although that is a pity seeing how the Gladiator 2 score is such a wonderful expression of Hans Zimmer's work.