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The Warriors OST Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (7 Aug 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Spectrum
  • ASIN: B00000AOTZ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 43,713 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Theme From "The Warriors" - Barry De Vorzon
2. Nowhere To Run - Arnold McCuller
3. In Havana - Kenny Vance, Ismael Miranda
4. Echoes In My Mind - Mandrill
5. The Fight - Barry De Vorzon
6. In The City - Joe Walsh
7. Love Is A Fire - Genya Ravan
8. Baseball Furies Chase - Barry De Vorzon
9. You're Movin' Too Slow - Johnny Vastano
10. Last Of An Ancient Breed - Desmond Child

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This hard-hitting look at the life of peacekeeping soldiers in Bosnia required a music score that would stay on the right side of melancholy. Having taken pains to elicit convincing results from his actors, director Peter Kosminsky (with whom Debbie Wiseman had previously worked on The Dying Of The Light) knew that semi-tragic would be the correct tone.

And once again Wiseman has pulled a rabbit out of one of her many hats. By layering ethnic flutes and voices into her score, she adds an otherworldly distance to the music. It relates to the action in its desired sad tone, while avoiding the emotive familiarity of the strings in, for example, her score for Wilde. Her themes are made the more memorable for being presented in these unpredictable formats: A nasal whine will stay with you longer than (an admittedly lovely) piano solo like "Twelve Hours". There's also a favourably miked percussive set that ripples under many of the cues and adds to the geographical dis-association. This is how all TV music should be in conception and result. --Paul Tonks --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By thoity_doity_boids@hotmail.com on 4 May 2002
Format: Audio CD
This soundtrack is definately worth buying. These are the songs on it. The theme is the tune which plays at the start when they get on the train, similar to the baseball furies chase. Nowhere to Run is 'the hit with them in mind' from the dj after the leave where Cyrus is shot. In Havana, I honestly haven't a clue where this is in the film, the dj must have played it. Echoes in my Mind is the funky sort of tune playing when the dj first appears, it's actually a bit crap. The Fight is the fight in the mens room with the punks, starting as soon as the Warriors all break through the doors to fight. In the City is the tune at the very end during the credits.
Love is a Fire is the second tune played with the Lizzies, starting when it shows the record about to play (the one that the 2 girls dance to). The Baseball Furies chase is of course the tune played during the fight with the Furies in the park. You're Movin' Too Slow is the first tune played with the Lizzies. Last of an Ancient Breed is the song playing while the dj talks about the Orphans just after the Warriors escaped them by blowing up a car, I thought that the start of this song was fantastic in the film, but the rest of the song is no good.
Very good album, especially the Barry de Vorzon tunes, In the City and Nowhere to Run. BUT! I better tell you before you buy so you don't be disappointed like I was, the cool eerie tune at the very, very start where it shows the Wonder Wheel, is nowhere to be found on this cd. the back cover is red with the 5 front people from the front cover on it. the booklet consists of the cover, the inside picture, of the 6 remaining Warriors and Mercy all walking back on Coney Island (Vermin is behind Swan if you're wondering why he can't be seen), the 2 inside pages list the songs and that's it. Only 4 pages long. Still, if you love the film, you'll love this. Buy it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By chaos_preacher on 14 May 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is a great soundtrack to a great film. I loved the movie and its music so I knew this was a must buy for me. Its amazing how cheap you can pick this up for as the music is amazing and my all time fave soundtrack.

Enjoyed In the City at the credits of the movie? Couldnt stop humming that intro tune as The Warriors made their way across the city in the train? Always feel like dancing to Love is a Fire? If so then pick this up and enjoy the excellent music from the great film.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 Nov 2000
Format: Audio CD
If you are a fan of the 1979 cult classic The Warriors (director Walter Hill) you will want to own this soundtrack. If you haven't seen the film (yet) then you should buy it with the CD (the film is excellent). Tracks are (1) Theme from 'The Warriors' by Barry de Vorzon (3.57) (2) Nowhere To Run by Arnold McCuller (3.15) (3) In Havana by Kenny Vance & Ismael Miranda (3.56)(4)Echoes In My Mind by Mandrill (6.09) (5) The Fight by Barry de Vorzon (1.23)(6) In The City by Joe Walsh (3.54) (7) Love Is A Fire by Genya Ravan (4.54) (8) Baseball Furies Chase by Barry de Vorzon (2.26) (9) You're Movin' Too Slow by Johnny Vastano (2.54) (10) Last Of An Ancient Breed by Desmond Child(4.09). Total playing time : 36.57 mins.
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While the tracks in this collection are not as instantly recognisable to the masses as other films from around the same time, that does not make this a bad soundtrack. Barry de Vorzon's themes suit the film perfectly, and the other tracks compliment the action well.

The compilation moves along at a good pace and never gets boring. The tracks all work together well as a collection and while it may not be a CD to put on in the car with the kids in the back there is something appealing about it that I can't quite put my finger on, it could be intensity. It's worth a listen even if you haven't seen the film, although if you have then you will get much more out of it.
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The soundtrack to this iconic film of the late 1970's is excellent. Whatever happened to Barry de Vorzon by the way? :-)
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Husband love it, played for ages (so glad not so much now) we ended up watching the film again hearing the soundtrack couldn't remember some tunes in the film.
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By JohnR on 28 Nov 2011
Format: Audio CD
Still love watching the Warriors and the sound track gets better every time I hear it. Go on treat yourself.
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