Of the three scores for the "Back to the Future" films, I would say this one is the best, if only because of the score for the climactic train sequence. These three tracks, listened to in the right order, instantly conjure up images from that memorable sequence in the movie and all the emotions that go with it. But this score has more going for it than that. It features the classic theme music that Silvestri gave us in the first two films, while also introducing new themes to the world of "Back to the Future", such as the western theme and the love theme that is associated with Doc and Clara. It is a great listening experience from beginning to end, especially if you take the time to listen to the tracks in the order they appeared in the film (as opposed to the CDs strange random order which other reviewers have mentioned). I highly recommend this score to all fans of the BTTF trilogy.
This is the order in which I prefer to listen to the tracks. I believe it is very close to score order, though "Doubleback" could go in one of two positions in the order:
1. Main Title
2. Indians - Marty appears in 1885
3. Hill Valley - Marty sees Hill Valley 1885
4. The Hanging - Buford's gang tries to hang Marty
5. We're Out of Gas - Doc & Marty realize they are stuck in 1885
6. Doc to the Rescue - Doc rescues Clara
7. At First Sight - Doc & Clara fall in love "at first sight"
8. The Kiss - Doc & Clara kiss for the first time
9. The Future Isn't Written - Doc & Marty move the DeLorean onto the train tracks
10. Goodbye Clara - Doc says goodbye to Clara
11. Wake Up Juice - Marty tries to sober up Doc in the saloon
12. The Showdown - Marty's showdown with Buford
13. A Science Experiment (The Train, Part 1)
14. It's Clara (The Train, Part 2)
15. Point of No Return (The Train, Part 3)
16. Doc Returns - Doc & Clara return to 1985 in the time train
17. End Credits
The instrumental version of "Doubleback" could be track 18 (because it is source music, not necessarily part of the score) or it could be placed after track 8 instead, since that is where that piece of music comes in the film (during at the town festival scene).