This soundtrack is wonderfully thematic,and Edelman's themes are so easily imprinted on your mind, that i guarantee you'll recognize them even without having seen the film. The cue "Bruce and Linda", was later used in several film trailers since. The most known,was the trailer for Forrest Gump. Randy Edelman approaches the subject of Bruce Lee's life with a light hearted and positive score. Yet,you cannot get away from the fact how cheaply made the score is,and how it sounds in places. It can often sound like he created it entirely in his home on a PC sequencer. It has that very "close" and "too clean" sound about it, and you're acutely aware that it's not an authentic orchestra all the time. In the film, this does'nt matter at all. But playing this disc after something like "Return of the King" by Howard Shore (for example), you become fully and acutely aware how "close" and "artificial" the sound is on this score by Edelman. In the film it all works wonderfully, and emotional themes burst forth at just the right moment. Triumphant,glorious,and heroic. Yet, as a stand alone CD, i can only give it 3 stars. Simply because it lacks a professional sound. Edelman is a professional composer,and there was no need for this score to sound so artifical and childlike in places. Nevertheless, the score's themes are wonderfully beautiful and heroic. I reccomend it for that on it's own.