Blade Runner – Asian World 98 Version

Label : AsianWorlds 1998 – Philippines
Type : Private Release
Support : CDR with Sticker
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Description

Tracklist :

Main Titles (Eye On The City) (4:01)
Hypnotic Skyline: Blush Response: (4:07)
Harps of the Ancient Temples (2:05)
Memories of Green (5:00)
Blade Runner Blues: Deckard’s Dream (9:17)
Tales of the Future (4:43)
One More Kiss‚ Dear (3:57)
Wait For Me (5:27)
Love Theme (I Dream’t Music) (5:04)
Among the Menagerie: The Prodigal Son Brings Death (2:27)
Damask Rose (2:25)
Wounded Animals (7:15)
Tears in Rain (2:58)
Alternate Love Theme (1:28)
Rachael’s Song (4:45)
End Titles (Blade Runner) (4:38)

Original Music Composed and Performed by Vangelis
Limited edition release and is not licensed for public sale

 

“In a nutshell‚ this release attempts to do on a single disc what OWMBlade Runner 2000 did with two: take from every Blade Runner source outthere. It starts out with Deckard’s ESPER monologue‚ taken from theWarner release‚ but then layers in the thundering booms of the MainTitles. There’s a bit of incidental music taken from the Deck Musicrelease as well‚ (the lead-in to the “Love Theme” is very well done). Despite some obvious drawbacks‚ I have to say that this is a decentsingle disc Blade Runner bootleg. Not as effect-driven as the DeckMusic and not entirely musically pure like the Gongo and Warnerreleases. There’s a bit of everything‚ and all the major themes arethere. Nicely done‚ Asian Worlds.” (Sebastian)

 


 

“Here is a perfect example of how to present well-known material in anoriginal way. Almost all of the themes are included here‚ in a complete orshortened form‚ but the listen never gets tedious mainly because it doesn’ttake longer than 70 minutes. I like very much those themes composed withthe add of two‚ like “Hypnotic Skyline: Blush Response”‚ “Blade RunnerBlues: Deckard’s Dream” and “Among the Menagerie: The Prodigal Son BringsDeath”. I also like that the themes are ordered in a diferent way that theother releases. And the fact that it lacks of the batch of superfluosthemes that are often included like the Trailer and “If I Didn’t Care” orthe Japonese Women’s Song it’s also good news.
In sum‚ a very good work.” (Jaime)

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