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Extreme Prejudice [Soundtrack, Import]

Jerry Goldsmith Audio CD

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1. Extreme Prejudice - Un-Used Trailer Score
2. Carolco Logo
3. Arrivals/Main Title
4. Cash
5. Next Time
6. The Set Up
7. Dust
8. A Nice Fellow
9. The Plan
10. The Bank (Pts.1, 2 & 3)
11. The Bank (Pt.4)
12. The Plan - Original Version
13. Identities
14. To Mexico
15. No Friendlies
16. Positions
17. They Don't Care
18. Fighting And Dying
19. The Funeral
20. A Deal/End Credits

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent 80's Goldsmith score 31 Oct 2010
By Enoch Sneed - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Jerry Goldmsith wrote some wonderful symphonic scores (The Blue Max, The Wind and the Lion, The Omen) but he also experimented with electronic music and was never afraid to explore new ground.

This film is a tense, action-packed story of drug trafficking and betrayal on the US-Mexican border. Director Walter Hill originally wanted Ry Cooder to score the film but he was unavailable and Goldsmith came in as second choice. Hill was concerned that Goldsmith would submit a heavy orchestral score, which is what in fact happened. Following talks with Hill, however, Goldsmith went away, re-scored the music for more electronic effects and came back with a score that had pulse-beating tension for the action scenes combined with Mexican melodies for the more pensive, romantic sub-plot.

The score was originally released as a 50 minute vinyl album. This CD includes all the music on the original, plus unused cues and a short score for the trailer (also unused) bringing the total to 65 minutes.

If you are a film score fan (and particularly of Jerry Goldsmith) this CD is well worth adding to your collection.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yet an Even Greater Ever Changing World 29 Nov 2005
By gobirds2 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The extra tracks on this CD add greater depth and have increased my appreciation and awareness of this essential score from Jerry Goldsmith. Goldsmith's score to EXTREME PREJUDICE is filled with modern techno idioms but remains rooted in the Western film genre if you listen closely. Goldsmith once again hits the mark as his dynamic score reflects the characters' postures and motivations. Goldsmith uses quite a bit of techno music representing the bureaucratic covert government agents to offset the stalwart and stoic Nick Nolte, a relic of Western law enforcement, whose unyielding dedication to the law is first and foremost making him the quintessential honorable hero from an era long past. Track 14: To Mexico and Track 20: A Deal / End Credit sums it all up beautifully and poetically. Track 1: The Unused Trailer Score is incredible and establishes the setting very effectively for this emotionally filled tale.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent additions to this classic Goldsmith score! 20 April 2005
By skunktrain - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I can only agree wholeheartedly with what the reviewer before me has said. This is an excellent score.

I know the "Extreme Prejudice" score quite well, having bought the LP soundtrack when it was first released (in 1987). It is among my favorites. (I'm a hardcore Goldsmith fan, and own most--but not all--of his released scores on either LP or CD.)

I love Goldsmith's synthesizer work, and he uses it to such good effect here. The additional (previously unreleased) tracks include some slightly unusual (in my estimation) examples of his synthesizer, and they are quite interesting and kinetic. I really like them.

I also want to applaud Ford Thaxton and those at La-La Records for making this CD a reality. I thought I *knew* the score to "Extreme Prejudice," having played it repeatedly for what--about 18 years now--but the additional tracks breathe new life into this soundtrack for me.

Tragically, we won't be hearing any "new" works from Mr. Goldsmith, who has gone on to his reward, but it is a bittersweet comfort to know that as time passes, more and more of his previously unreleased work will be heard. Thanks again to everyone who was involved in bringing this CD to us. It's going to be a favorite in my (massive) Jerry Goldsmith collection.
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