Sunday, May 22, 2022

Vangelis - Blade Runner Trilogy: 25th Anniversary (OST) (1994)

Vangelis Papathanasiou - Blade Runner Trilogy: 25th Anniversary (OST) (1994)


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Official Vangelis score

1. Main Titles (3:42)

2. Blush Response (5:47)

3. Wait for Me (5:27)

4. Rachael's Song (4:46)

5. Love Theme (4:56)

6. One More Kiss, Dear (3:58)

7. Blade Runner Blues (8:53)

8. Memories of Green (5:05)

9. Tales of the Future (4:46)

10. Damask Rose (2:32)

11. Blade Runner (End Titles) (4:40)

12. Tears in Rain (3:00)


Total disc time:   57:53


25th Anniversary Disc #2

1. Longing (1:58)

2. Unveiled Twinkling Space (1:59)

3. Dr. Tyrell's Owl (2:40)

4. At Mr. Chew's (4:47)

5. Leo's Room (sic) (2:21)

6. One Alone (bonus track) (2:23)

7. Deckard and Roy's Duel (6:16)

8. Dr. Tyrell's Death (3:11)

9. Desolation Path (bonus track) (5:45)

10. Empty Streets (6:16)

11. Mechanical Dolls (2:52)

12. Fading Away (3:32)


Total disc time: (43:17)


25th Anniversary Disc #3

1. Launch Approval (1:54)

2. Up and Running (3:09)

3. Mail from India (3:27)

4. BR Downtown (2:27)

5. Dimitri's Bar (3:52)

6. Sweet Solitude (6:56)

7. No Expectation Boulevard (6:44)

8. Vadavarot (4:14)

9. Perfume Exotico (5:19)

10. Spotkanie z matką (5:09)

11. Piano in an  Room (3:37)

12. Keep Asking (1:29)


Total disc time: (48:14)



Blade Runner: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack for Ridley Scott's 1982 science-fiction noir film Blade Runner, composed by Greek electronic musician Vangelis. It has received acclaim as among Vangelis's best work and an influential work in the history of electronic music. It was nominated in 1983 for a BAFTA and Golden Globe as best original score. The score evokes the film's bleak futurism with an emotive synthesizer-based sound, drawing on the jazz scores of classic film noir as well as neo-classical elements and Middle Eastern texture. It features vocals from Demis Roussos and saxophone by Dick Morrissey on "Love Theme". The track "Memories of Green" from Vangelis' 1980 album See You Later was also used.

The official release of the soundtrack was delayed for over a decade. The first 1994 release omitted much of the film's score and included compositions not used in the film. A 25th anniversary edition released in 2007 included further unreleased material and a disc of new music inspired by the film. Various bootleg recordings containing more comprehensive versions of the score, as well as superior sound quality to the original 1994 release, have widely circulated.

An orchestral rendition of the soundtrack was released in 1982 by the New American Orchestra, but disowned by both Vangelis and director Scott.

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