Dreamcatcher and RoboCop 2 Get Deluxe Soundtrack Releases

Varèse Sarabande brings the goods for those who loved the music for these films.

By Jay Gervais

The soundtrack aficionados over at Varèse Sarabande have a great treat for those who enjoyed the music for either 2003’s Dreamcatcher and 1990’s RoboCop 2. The soundtrack for Dreamcatcher was composed by James Newton Howard (Signs, Batman Begins), while RoboCop 2 was composed by Leonard Rosenman (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home). Check out these products below, our preview of which features the cover artwork along with the track listing for each respective item.

Disc 1
1. Main Titles (2:47)
2. Finding The Keys / Be Careful (2:15)
3. Accident / To The Cabin (2:03)
4. Gathering Wood / Remembering Duddits (1:01)
5. Memory Warehouse (:35)
6. Toasting Duddits (:53)
7. Saving Duddits (2:56)
8. Finding Rick (1:50)
9. Animal Exodus (3:43)
10. The Bathroom / What Is It? (3:55)
11. Weasel Kills Beaver (5:43)
12. Military Moves In (1:06)
13. Scout’s Honor (2:43)
14. Becky Bleeds (1:14)
15. Weasel Attacks Pete (3:32)
16. Jonesy And Gray Debate (5:00)
17. Henry Returns To The Cabin (4:20)
18. Boys Find Josie (4:19)

Disc 2
1. I’m That Monster (3:50)
2. Gray Kills Pete / Trucker (2:37)
3. Jonesy Gets Files (2:10)
4. Soldiers Find Henry (2:27)
5. Reading Curtis’ Mind (:45)
6. Henry Tells Owen (2:49)
7. Owen Rescues Henry (1:08)
8. Jonesy Calls Henry (2:06)
9. Picking Up Duddits (2:54)
10. Killing Trooper (1:06)
11. Duddits Tells Story (3:27)
12. Curtis Takes Chopper (3:18)
13. Curtis And Owen Battle (2:55)
14. Owen Dead (2:06)
15. Mr. Gray Go Away (3:35)
16. Duddits And Mr. Gray (2:40)
17. It’s Over (:37)
18. End Credits (5:37)

1. Overture: RoboCop 2 (6:06)
2. Logo* / MagnaVolt* (1:05)
3. City Mayhem (3:39)
4. Robo And Nuke (2:26)
5. Cain And Angie Escape* (1:16)
6. Happier Days (1:31)
7. Robo Memories (2:11)
8. Robo Cruiser (4:44)
9. Robo Gets Dumped* (:55)
10. Duffy Nukes* / Robo In Pain* / Duffy Gets Diced* (3:32)
11. Robo Gets Faxxed* (2:02)
12. Kids Rob Electronics* / RoboSparks* (2:33)
13. Nuke Lab* / Nuke Lab Blows* (1:17)
14. Robo And Cain Chase (2:45)
15. Creating The Monster (2:52)
16. Monster At Meeting* (:44)
17. Monster Cleans House* / Monster Finds Angie* (1:52)
18. Goodbye Angie* (3:29)
19. Robo Finds Hob* (3:21)
20. Robo Fanfare (:36)
21. Elevated And Depressed* (3:28)
22. On The Street Again* / Robo Gets Nuke* (:59)
23. Robo I vs. Robo II (3:45)
24. Robo Resolve and End Credits† (6:52)

Additional Music:
25. Creating The Monster† (Film Version) (2:54)
26. Robo Hangs Out* (Film Construct) (:38)
27. Monster Theme Stings* (:50)
28. Fanfare Suite* (1:02)
29. Sunblock 5000* (:49)

* Previously unreleased
† Contains previously unreleased material

Dreamcatcher was a film based on a 2001 novel by Stephen King under the same name. The film was directed by Lawrence Kasdan, who is known for writing several Star Wars related projects. In addition to his role as director, Kasdan wrote the screenplay for the film with William Goldman (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid). Dreamcatcher starred Thomas Jane (The Predator, The Expanse), Jason Lee (Almost Famous), Damian Lewis (Band of Brothers), Timothy Olyphant (Hitman, The Crazies), and Morgan Freeman (Se7en, The Shawshank Redemption).

RoboCop 2, which was directed by Irvin Kershner (Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back), served as the sequel to 1987’s RoboCop. Returning to play the title character was Peter Weller, who recently reprised his role as RoboCop in voice only for a series of KFC commercials. RoboCop 2’s story was written by Frank Miller (Sin City), who also helped co-write the screenplay with Walon Green.

The deluxe soundtrack for Dreamcatcher is priced at $19.98, plus the cost of the shipping, and can be purchased here. If you’re interested in buying the deluxe soundtrack for RoboCop 2 for $19.98, plus the cost of shipping, click here.

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About the Author

Jay Gervais

From small town to big city and back again, Jay was born and raised in Canada and has lived his whole life there. He’s always ready to cut down any misconceptions his American friends have of life in the great white north. He’s also no stranger to this kind of community, and has plenty of experience under his bed. He enjoys all kinds of horror entertainment, as long as it’s got the heart and soul to it. When he’s not doing something here, he can be found at his post at the night’s watch, or knee deep into his school studies.

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