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Unfortunately, Pedro Bromfman’s score has none of the essential ingredients that would make it a memorable action score.
The only highlight is Vallon's Warehouse which has a nice rhythm to it, but ends up shallow and simplistic with chomps, riffs and crunches to round it out.
Looking at the score with a fresh, modern perspective makes you realize the intricate details Bromfman places within this music.
The music on here when he is dealing with his demons and the realization of what happened to him was very powerful. That was the first time I heard anything from Pedro Bromfman.Published 3 months ago by Shane D. Hartle
I love this score! But there's no denying that the best part of it comes from the original RoboCop score.Published 6 months ago by HWheeler
I went to the theater and watched this movie and was surprised, the one thing that I can usually ignore no matter how good the movie is, is usually the music, but not this time. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Charrise
It's easy to write-off action scores in today's film compositions but Pedro Bromfman was able to capture a modern sound with distinctive elements that make the 'RoboCop' score a... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Chandler P. Poling
If you want a generic soundtrack, this is not the CD for you.
If what you're looking for is a journey into the future through music and sound, then it's your lucky day. Read more
I've just seen the film and can say the score is absolutely perfect! It is significantly more thematic than the Soundtrack CD. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Pete