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Sunday, June 14, 2009

Big Trouble In Little China (1986) - 2 CD Complete Edition - John Carpenter, Alan Howarth, and The Coupe De Villes


This post goes out to "blackflagg". Enjoy pal. I don't have much to say about this soundtrack. The only thing I can think of mentioning is the fact that this movie is coming to Blu-ray finally in a few months I believe if not sooner. And the coolest thing about it is that it contains a extended cut of the movie along with the theatrical cut. I'm assuming the extended cut will contain the deleted scenes from the extras section inserted back into the movie. Anyone know for sure? I couldn't find a definite answer to that on my favorite DVD/Blu-ray sites. Anyway if you know any details about this extended cut let me know in the comments section. As I'm sure some of my readers would like to know too.

CD1
  1. Prologue (2:15) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  2. Pork Chop Express (Main Title) (4:04) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  3. Abduction At Airport (4:19) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  4. The Alley (Procession) (1:13) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  5. The Alley (War) (2:30) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  6. The Storms (2:44) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  7. Tenement / White Tiger (3:48) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  8. Here Come The Storms (4:15) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  9. Wing Kong Exchange (4:41) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  10. Lo Pan's Domain / Looking For A Girl (3:16) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  11. Friends Of Yours? / Escape From Basis (7:19) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  12. Escape From Wing Kong (5:37) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  13. Hide (4:34) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
CD2
  1. Call The Police (7:31) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  2. Dragon Eyes (1:11) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  3. Into The Spirit Path (7:05) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  4. The Great Arcade (7:53) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  5. The Final Escape (Lo Pan's Demise / Getaway) (7:01) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  6. Goodbye Jack (3:13) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  7. Big Trouble In Little China (End Credits) (3:22) - The Coupe De Villes
  8. Stingers Montage (5:23) - John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
  9. Big Trouble In Little China (original version) (3:01) - The Coupe De Villes
Total Duration: 01:36:28
Total Size For CD1: 108 MB
Total Size For CD2: 97.5 MB
Total Size For Both CDs: 206 MB
Bit rate: 320
Score Tracks Composed By John Carpenter & Alan Howarth

Jack Burton: We made it. Holy shit, we made it!---The Download Link For CD1

Jack Burton: Ol' Jack always says... what the hell?---The Download Link For CD2

8 comments:

Phaota said...

Hey Michael, just so you know, though is says "In Association With Alan Howarth" on the cover images, he was just a special effects sound editor and processor back then. This soundtrack is purely a creation of John Carpenter concerning the music. Just wanted to let you know about that.

The Long Island Ripper said...

hey phaota,

thanks for the heads up. I always thought alan composed the music with John. do you suggest i change it to just John Carpenter and the Coupe De Villes? let me know. cause it can easily be done. and you seem to know the history behind this film better than i do.

take care.

Fotog Ink said...

I'd be interested to know exactly HOW MUCH Howarth had to do with it. Howarth did a Fangoria interview a few years ago, he may have referenced it (I'd look myself by someone stole my collection). I was always under the assumption Howarth had played, but not Composed more of a fill/round out the sound guy . I'm pretty sure that's also how the Dan Wyman "realization" of The Fog came about cuz JC rewrote the score after it didn't work. Wyman, like Howarth tightened, reworked Johns originals.
I'm pretty sure that's what the article stated. Howarth had a lot to do with the scores success.

The Fiji Mermaid said...

Ripper thanks for this. I had the original release of this score/soundtrack from years ago, but this looks like it has even more.

The Long Island Ripper said...

hey fotog,

interesting. as i stated above i don't much about the history of this film but maybe someone reading can confirm this. i'd like to know too about this.

take care.

The Long Island Ripper said...

hey fiji,

you're welcome pal. yeah i'm pretty sure this is expanded from the original release.

take care.

harry lime said...

pretty cool , just ordered the special edition of the dvd

The Long Island Ripper said...

hey harry lime

awesome. i still have to pick up the blu-ray but after i posted this soundtrack i read that it didn't in fact include a extended cut as a extra. which really sucks! i never found out why they didn't include it but like i said in the post it probably just was deleted scenes from the extras section reinserted. so it's not a huge loss. still would've been cool to see.

take care.

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