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CHERRY 2000 & NO MAN'S LAND-Original Soundtrack Recordings

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Long out of print, and previously a highly-sought-after collector’s item, (selling for as much as $2,500!), Basil Poledouris’ revered orchestral score to the 1988 cult, sci-fi/action sensation CHERRY 2000, (starring Melanie Griffith (WORKING GIRL) and directed by Steven de Jarnatt (MIRACLE MILE)) is finally back!... and better than ever - newly remastered with 7 never-before-released tracks!

Described by Poledouris as a "mixture of Mozart, Morricone, and Moroder," this unique score combines orchestra and a tasteful smattering of synth to define and enrichen the film’s futuristic western motif.

This CD also features Mr. Poledouris’ high-octane, electronically propelled score to the 1987 crime/actioner NO MAN’S LAND, written by Dick Wolf (LAW & ORDER) and starring D.B Sweeney (EIGHT MEN OUT) and Charlie Sheen (PLATOON).

This previously out-of-print, newly remastered score includes the now-legendary "Payoff" track, which was used to complement the "Crazy Ivan" sequence in THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. CHERRY 2000-Main Title
  2. Photograb-Alternate Mix
  3. Cherry Shorts Out
  4. Lights On-Alternate Mix
  5. Flashback #1/Drive to Gloryhole
  6. "E" Flips Sam
  7. The Barricades
  8. Flashback #2
  9. Photograb
  10. Magneto
  11. Pipeline
  12. Water Slide
  13. Juke's Jukebox
  14. Lights Out
  15. Moving
  16. Thrashing of Sky Ranch
  17. Drive
  18. Hooded Love
  19. Ambush In The Cave / Truck Fight
  20. Lester Follows
  21. Drop'em
  22. Lester On The Move
  23. Rauda (on) Mic
  24. Jake Killed +
  25. Plane To Vegas
  26. Cherry Awakens *
  27. Light's On
  28. End of Lester
  29. The End
  30. NO MAN'S LAND-Main Title
  31. P.C.H.
  32. First Score
  33. Lone Score
  34. Love Theme
  35. Chase
  36. Porsche Power/ Drive My Car?
  37. Ann Buttons
  38. Payoff
  39. Showtime
  40. NO MAN'S LAND -End Credits
  41. Movietone*


Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 1, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: PROMETHEUS RECORDS
  • Run Time: 99 minutes
  • ASIN: B000E1Z4KQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #469,582 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This long forgotten Melanie Griffith movie is best left forgotten (though I did love the dinner scene at Sky Ranch). Unfortunately, the late Basil Poledouris's unique score went forgotten with it, at least to the general public. Film score collectors and fans of music in general are probably very familiar with this score, which was released by Varese Sarabande in their "club," complete with botched track listings. It's famous for being one of the most expensive CDs ever, selling at auctions for up to $2500. But Prometheus records came to the rescue and, for a while, produced a Cherry 2000/No Man's Land double-package, with new tracks, all listed correctly on the back of the case.

The Cherry 2000 score is a very creative piece of work. It does and yet it doesn't quite match to the images it accompanies. There's certainly a Western feel, which the movie itself tried to accomplish and didn't. Each character has a motif, but the motif stands apart from the character. The score is almost funny in how it over-dramatizes the characters and events. E's theme is a cowboy-ish, riding off into the sunset, western motif, which clashes with her actual bounty hunter character, and yet ironically connects with it. The scene where Sam shoots Lester is accompanied by a bombastic fanfare, even though the "shootout" is subdued and Sam is kind of a wimp. It clashes with the scene, yet connects to it on some level.

Heard on CD, and not in the film, although not as humorous an experience, is still an excellent listen. It starts with a beautiful woodwind/string opening for the credits, and slowly works its way to the western style. Hearing the score, you wouldn't guess that the film was a post-apocalyptic, western influenced, B-movie.
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It's hard to believe it will be 2017 next year like in the film. The thing that stood out for me was the music from this film second to Pamela Gidley who played Cherry. Great memories!
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Great soundtrack. Every beat is sick. Puts you in the mood to drive fast and dangerous. Hell Im dying to buy a porsche 911 new or used.
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