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Back To The Future II: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Soundtracks
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Wonderful score to a wonderful movie
Ramsis Lion | Long Island, NY USA | 02/24/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Alan Silvistri returns once again to reprise the music that he did from the first film in the trilogy. The soundtrack doesn't disapoint at all. All pure orchestra music full of Back to the Future themes, exciting moments and tempos to fit the moment as if you were watching the movie all over again on your stereo.The main title starts off with the familiar Back to the Future theme and seems even more polished and full of life then it was in the first movie. Exciting scores like the Hoverboard chase which has Marty skateboarding around a future Hill Valley on a Hoverboard while being chased by Griff and his gang is a very exciting moment that will get you into the action that was going on in the movie. Another great selection would be the Tunnel Chase towards the end of the movie where Marty has to get a sports almanac off of Biffs car as he is being chased into a tunnel. The music perfectly fits the moment. He's triumphant at certain points and in big trouble at others. Alan really sets the tone well for every moment of these action scenes almost bringing you right into the movie with every horn and string instrument that plays its notes. The soundtrack is not just full of action moments though. It has very good building up the moment pieces as well . Burn the book when Marty finaly gets the almanac back and everything is restored is just well performed and Alternate 1985 sends chills down your spine to fit the new environment they find themselves in. Every song on the album is unique but still has that Back to the Future touch to it to keep things familiar with the trilogy score. I highly recomend this album to any fan of a good movie soundtrack and especialy one who loves the Back to the Future trilogy. This is an album that won't disapoint and it definitely is Alan Silvistri at his best."