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And when I heard a song called "Rollin' Crumblin" I couldn't help but think of the first time I saw the episode of Miami Vice with Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight" (yeah, I'm that old).
Great movie; well-done soundtrack/score; a little skimpy with the tunes (at 52 minutes, could have gotten a few more good songs on here).
Definitely a superior film score to own.
As an aside, I'm not sure who else might have noticed this, but as Max is giving Annie the initial cab ride, she asks him to turn up a song that's playing on the radio. He replies, "oh, you like the classics?" I couldn't help but chuckle, given that the song he was referring to was "Hands of Time" from Groove Armada's 2002 album, "Lovebox". A classic indeed!
My favorite track is....well nearly all of them but definitely the memorable & haunting "Destino D'Abril" (the taut scene where Max is in the Mexican club pretending to be Vincent) by a band called Green Car Motel. If you've tried to find music by Green Car Motel and couldn't it's because their official name is actually Act of Faith. The band has 4 members: Rick Garcia - Lead Vocals, Rene Reyes, ex bass player for Oingo Boingo John Avila, and current Goo-Goo Dolls drummer Mike Malinin. Get their album on Amazon today! [...]
This soundtrack is definetely one you listen to in a car, at night, through downtown. Micheal Mann chose the music brilliantly, covering all aspects of downtown at night. The beats in all the tracks are great, particularly Ready, Steady, Go, by Oakenfold, and The Hands of Time by Groove Armada. Great songs to listen to when driving, at any time.
Anyway...This entire soundtrack is incredible, and I love it. This is one soundtrack that you really should make a part of your music collection.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great music from a variety of artists and genres! Evocative of the movie,
but definitely stands on it's own merit as a pleasant listening experience!
Didn't have most of the good moody songs from the film, instead, lots of aimless soundtrack filler, not worth a dime.Published 4 months ago by fleastime
Moody, upbeat and mysterious... totally in keeping with the nature of this most compelling movie. Watching it brings the action right back into focus. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Keith Bickerstaffe