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  • Audio CD (25 Aug. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Perseverance Records
  • ASIN: B00K2OBYV8
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 79,651 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. To the Hospital/We'll See
2. Groceries
3. Very Stupid
4. Tai Chi
5. First Kiss
6. Stone City
7. Second Stone
8. Hospital
9. Palm Tree
10. Advanced Training
11. Ancient Voices
12. Mylee Is the Way
13. Warriors
14. Buddha's Eagle
15. Kidnap
16. You've Done It Before
17. Downstairs
18. Round One
19. Round Two
20. The Hook
See all 22 tracks on this disc

Product Description

Paul Hertzog score to the ultimate Jean-Claude Van Damme movie PLUS nine original songs from the film

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Format: Audio CD
Great Film And A Great Soundtrack :-)

Was surprised when I randomly checked and saw this CD deluxe version for pre-order as the film is a few years old so obviously I preordered :-)

Wasn't disappointed as the soundtrack is awesome!

I'm sure one song is missing tho called 'i won't stay' by Lucinda as I've listened to it on YouTube
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Amazon.com: 5 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The most complete Kickboxer soundtrack of all 12 Aug. 2014
By X - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
First of all a big thank you goes out to Robin for making this all possible!
Years ago I thought myself about going out and searching for these composers, and asking them for releasing an official original Soundtrack.
Robin is the man who did it, he made my dreams come true, because of this he and his label will remain for me immortal and unforgettable like the movies.

This is now the 3. Kickboxer Soundtrack in my collection and it is a must-have for fans. This one combines the other 2 Soundtracks, which are a Songs-only-Soundtrack (by label Global-Satellite) and a Score-only-Soundtrack (The first Kickboxer Soundtrack here by Perseverance Records).

If you want to own only one you should pick this one. I'm such a huge fan I don't want to miss any of these. Especially the first release of Kickboxer the "Score-only-Soundtrack" has 12 pages of a lot of nice information, stories & photos in the booklet, which make it really special.
This one has 8 pages with some excerpts of the first one and also new information.
Really interesting stories about the development of the soundtrack.
I'm so surprised how fast the composers did their job, so great melodys in so little time. And Mike Piccirillo's story about writing four great songs in one week is just unbelieveable!
Paul Hertzog and the others should really be today in the movie soundtrack business.
Maybe the last chance if Van Damme will do a remake of Bloodsport? Why not getting in contact with him through facebook?

Back to Soundtrack:
The songs and instrumental score make so much fun to listen, I think everybody knows it, absolutely great music like the movie.

The song "I Won't Stay by Lucinda Ramseur" is not on this soundtrack,
for me this song was never really interesting, it plays a very small role in the movie, so I don't think someone will miss it. And as long as it was already released on another soundtrack, we are happy. I can say thank God, THAT song is affected, and not anyone of the others, because the others are the really interesting ones.

At this point I have to mention there are 2 great "bonus" tracks of Kickboxer on the soundtrack "Best Of Jean Claude Van Damme Vol. 2" (1992). Track 6: "Buddha's Eagle" (4:21) Made by Michael Duwe, Norbert Schultz & Paul Hertzog and track 7: "Fight For Love" (3:46) Made by Michael Duwe, Norbert Schultz & Barry Keenan
These tracks are kind of written extra for the soundtrack, but don't appear in the movie in that way. The one is a long inspiration/meditation song and the other an instrumental song of Fight For Love. It would be great if they were also here on this release as bonus, but no problem, we are happy to have them at least somewhere.
I just wanted to mention it here for the Kickboxer fans. 2 great bonus tracks you should also check out!

Now some in-depth analysis about the mastering of this soundtrack:
I compared the songs of the Songs-only-Soundtrack (label: Global Satellite) with this soundtrack, and can say the songs on this soundtrack were mastered louder, of course. Everybody should already know that today's music is released as loud as it can be done, but still sounding good.
We all pray that nobody puts the compression of the dynamic too hard. (Plz NO Loudness War)
Here I can say Chas Ferry and Jimmy O'Neal have done a good job. You won't hear any digital clippings or a too compressed sound.
7 of the songs are about 7db louder than on the Global-Satellite soundtrack, "Streets Of Siam" 9db and "Never Surrender" 5db louder.
And the Global-Satellite songs were not even normalized. So the compression is not that big and you won't hear a difference if you compare the songs with the same loudness level.
With this mastering you can hear the music better on less powerful speakers and so on.
The songs quality is very good, as we could already hear on the older soundtracks, the masters are the same, so nothing was modified beside the loudness level.

About the score tracks:
I compared the score tracks of the both Kickboxer releases of Perseverance Records.
I analyzed this soundtrack has a volume limit (headroom)
on each track of 0,73db.
But the first Kickboxer release of Perseverance Records has tracks with 0db volume limit.
Tracks 12 (Ancient Voices) and 14-18 have the same headroom.
So I guess maybe this mastering is better as it is not so aggressive for the speakers (especially old ones), which don't like to play tracks with the limit of 0db. Or maybe there's another reason?

Apart from that the score tracks have exactly the same beginnings, the endings vary in length just a little bit, but the endings music is the same. Nothing modified beside the different headroom limit on some tracks as I told.

So buy fans! Buy this soundtrack as long as you can! These soundtracks should increase their values in future. Then you won't get it that easy for that great prize!
You should buy this soundtrack directly on the label' shop website, that way you can support the label & the composer/artists much more than buying from Amazon.
http://www.fortytwotradingco.com/kickboxer-the-2014-deluxe-edition-cd

Some critic:
The original lyrics would be great to have in the booklet, because Internet-lyrics can have mistakes, if you ever find some.

Get an overview of the soundtracks at http://soundtrackcollector.com/title/45026/Kickboxer

BTW did you know Rochelle Ashana had her own channel on youtube? https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWFsv4wGkzGeLHu08XXMg_w Sadly not active any more

LONG LIVE PERSEVERANCE RECORDS!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
same people that gave us the good Bloodsport soundtrack 11 July 2014
By Michael - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is by Perserverance, same people that gave us the good Bloodsport soundtrack.

Complete Score + Soundtrack Music

Track List:

1) Streets of Slam by Stan Bush
2) To The Hospital/We'll See
3) Groceries
4) Very Stupid
5) Tai Chi
6) First Kiss
7) Stone City
8) Second Stone
9) Hospital
10) Palm Tree
11) Advanced Training
12) Ancient Voices
13) Mylee Is The Way
14) Warriors
15) Buddha's Eagle
16) Kidnap
17) You've Done It Before
18) Downstairs
19) Round One
20) Round Two
21) The Hook
22) Round Three
23) The Eagle Lands
24) Never Surrender By Stan Bush
25) Fight For Love By Stan Bush
26) How Do You Keep Me Comin' Back by Terry Wood
27) Chack's Stew by Jamboxx
28) Roll With The Punches by Michael Logan
29) Feeling So Good Today by Beau Williams
30) The Eagle Lands (Album Mix)
31) Love Is The Way (Original End Title) by Craig Copeland
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
THE BEST SOUNDTRACK EVER!! 31 July 2014
By ivan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
My favourite Van Damme soundtrack! Great booklet, great tracklist!!!
Five Stars 5 Mar. 2015
By raul montalvo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Amazing thank you
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Is this the original score??!! 9 July 2014
By Alejandro Vargas-Lugo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Come on, Amazon!!! Where's the tracklist??!! Does anybody know for a fact if this is the long-overdue actual score from Paul Hertzog?! Or is this just a new re-packaging of the already existing general soundtrack already available in both Amazon and iTunes? They are not listing the tracks, which is very frustrating, teher's no reviewa of any kind, so I guess I'm not the only one kept in the dark here. I would be extremely angry and frustrated if I were to buy this CD, only to find out is not the original Paul Hertzog score.
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