Rambo 3 [Scotti Brothers]

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
With the theatrical cut of 1988's action blockbuster Rambo III employing precious little of Jerry Goldsmith's score, Intrada's superb 1998 soundtrack reissue represents the first real opportunity to hear much of what constitutes the composer's finest work on the much-maligned series. A complex score that makes judicious use of Goldsmith's previous Rambo themes and ideas, the music deftly combines conventional orchestral arrangements, electronic effects, and traditional Middle Eastern instruments to convey both the beauty of the film's Afghanistan landscapes and the horrors of the Cold War-era battles fought there. With its emphasis on martial rhythms and volcanic eruptions...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
With the theatrical cut of 1988's action blockbuster Rambo III employing precious little of Jerry Goldsmith's score, Intrada's superb 1998 soundtrack reissue represents the first real opportunity to hear much of what constitutes the composer's finest work on the much-maligned series. A complex score that makes judicious use of Goldsmith's previous Rambo themes and ideas, the music deftly combines conventional orchestral arrangements, electronic effects, and traditional Middle Eastern instruments to convey both the beauty of the film's Afghanistan landscapes and the horrors of the Cold War-era battles fought there. With its emphasis on martial rhythms and volcanic eruptions of strings, brass, and synthesizers, Goldsmith's score exists largely to serve the over-the-top carnage onscreen, but it's the more subdued moments, though rare, that stick out -- in particular, the opening cue, "Another Time," speaks more about the inner turmoil of the John Rambo character than Sylvester Stallone's brutish title performance ever will.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/24/1992
  • Label: INTRADA RECORDS
  • UPC: 720258600622
  • Catalog Number: 6006

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 It Is Our Destiny (for the film "Rambo III") (4:32)
  2. 2 Preparations - Hungarian State Opera Orchestra (5:02)
  3. 3 Afghanistan - Hungarian State Opera Orchestra (2:40)
  4. 4 The Game - Hungarian State Opera Orchestra (2:27)
  5. 5 Another Time - Hungarian State Opera Orchestra (3:58)
  6. 6 He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother (4:32)
  7. 7 Aftermath (2:45)
  8. 8 Questions (3:36)
  9. 9 The Bridge (for the film Rambo III) - Joe Pizullo (3:59)
  10. 10 Final Battle (4:51)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Jerry Goldsmith Primary Artist, Conductor
Bill Medley Track Performer
Giorgio Moroder Track Performer
Hungarian State Opera Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Joe Pizullo Track Performer
Technical Credits
Jerry Goldsmith Composer, Producer
Peter Wolf Producer
Giorgio Moroder Producer
David Arnold Composer
Arthur Morton Orchestration
Mike Ross Engineer
Tom Whitlock Lyricist
Douglass Fake Producer
Nancy Beach Orchestration
Lenora Caddy Art Direction
Hungarian State Opera Orchestra Contributor
Peter Wolff Producer
Mike Ross Engineering
Rick Moss Engineer
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