"This CD is the bomb. When I saw "Starship Troopers" in the theater, I knew I had to have this CD. I've listened to it in my car endlessly. As far as listening to action music goes, probably "The Rock" soundtrack is comparable (though "Starship Troopers" is a little better). I liked the "Glory" soundtrack (during the movie; I'm not enthusiastic about listening to it on its own merits), but the themes on this CD are similar. Plus it captures the futuristic feel of the movie without losing its military aura."
Not Enough Music
J. Miller | Memphis, TN USA | 10/31/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This CD is too short. The movie contained some wonderful music, but only 36 minutes of it are found here. Even though I liked the selections on the CD (excluding the Zoe Poledouris song at the end), there was too much music missing for it to be anything other than disappointing. ANY movie soundtrack CD that is less than 60 minutes long is a ripoff."
A GREAT SOUNDTRACK-From a GREAT MOVIE
Fox Muldur | Houston, Texas | 01/21/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I knew even since I saw this movie that I was going to get the Soundtrack, but when I heard the samples I went crazy looking for it. When I eventually got it (it took so freaking long because all of the stores were sold out... no wonder why). The song "I have not been to paradise" is a variation of the song "I have not been to Oxford Town" by David Bowie, I'm not sure why they didn't release this one (I think it's better then "Into it", but they are both good) but this would be a real chart buster...if anybody can get this song or knows how to contact Zoe Poledouris please e-mail me! I would recommend this album for anybody, and your almost certain to like this soundtrack even if you didn't like this movie."
Some tracks such as "Carmen's Test Flight" are missing.
Maelstrom | Florida | 02/27/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Everyone has been asking about the song "I have not been to paradise" by Zoe Poledouris. It should have been on the CD since it WAS in the film. But what I want to know about are the parts of the score that are missing. The piece titled "Carmen's Test Flight" was a wonderful track that is very difficult to find. There was a 2-disk COMPLETE SCORE produced but it was only a limited promotional item.....therefore, good luck trying to hunt one down. If you were lucky you could have downloaded some of the missing pieces from public sharing websites before "you know what" happened. Too bad......finding a copy of the Complete Score is like trying to find a copy of Alan Silvestri's "Predator"! I do have a track listing from the 2CD Expanded score:
1. Intro and Fed Net March (1:56) 2. Bugs Strike Back (0:36) 3. Kids and Bugs (0:17) 4. Ricos Perceptual Powers (0:42) 5. Carmen's Departure (0:55) 6. Losing Carmen (1:02) 7. Carmen's Test Flight (1:38) 8. Medic (0:25) 9. Wargame Victory (0:48) 10. In Space (1:03) 11. Punishment and Asteroid Grazing (4:50) 12. It's War (2:24) 13. Klendathu Drop (5:19) 14. Klendathu Massacre (0:58) 15. The Roughnecks (0:52) 16. Tango Urilla (3:51) 17. Hopper Canyon (2:44) 18. A Lone Survivor (1:28) 19. Incoming (2:56) 20. Bugs & #33 (2:20) 21. Ed-209 to the Rescue (4:46) *This is probably not from Robocop. 22. The Bug Threat (0:23) 23. Dizzy's Funeral (1:19) 24. Time for Counterstrike (3:05) 25. Destruction of Roger Young (3:27) 26. Who's with Me? (2:24) 27. Brainbug (3:57) 28. We're Still Alive (0:42) 29. They Will Win & #33 (4:01) 30. End Credits (10:04)"
The Starship Troopers soundtrack is by far, one of the best!
Fox Muldur | 08/05/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I loved the movie and I loved the music to Starship Troopers. I think it is well thought out and it fully expresses the mood of the movie. As I watch the movie, the music even adds more excitment to it."