CD Daylight [Original Soundtrack] (CD 1150215),
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Daylight [Original Soundtrack]


  • 1. Daylight
    2. Latura's Theme
    3. Searching for a Miracle
    4. Survival
    5. Kit's Plan
    6. Community Is Formed, A
    7. Leaving George
    8. Rats
    9. Tunnel Claims Its Own, The
    10. Power!
    11. Short Swim Under Water, A
    12. Sandhog's Chapel, The
    13. Light at the End
    14. Madelyne's Fate
    15. Whenever There Is Love - (with Donna Summer/Bruce Roberts)
    16. Don't Go Out with Your Friends Tonite - (with Ho-Hum)
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 53024

  • Credits
    ProducerRandy Edelman
    EngineerElton Ahi; Dennis Sands; Elton Farokh Ahi

    Personnel includes: Randy Edelman (conductor, piano).
    Recorded at Rusk Studios, Hollywood, California and Sony Pictures Studios, Culver City, California.
    Personnel: Randy Edelman (piano).
    Audio Mixer: Elton Farokh Ahi.
    Editor: Joanie Diener .
    Unknown Contributor Roles: Sue McLean; Jill Tengan; Irl Sanders; Yasuji Yasman Maeda; Tim Malone.
    Randy Edelman composed and conducted the soundtrack in 1996 for the Sylvester Stallone vehicle Daylight. Being an action drama, the songs are fitting, full of suspenseful music meant to drive the audience wild while it sits in the background of the movie. Edelman probably succeeded decently in this respect, as the music is fitting for the movie. The problem is that without the movie, all of the songs sound somewhat similar, and not one of the songs particularly stands out as any sort of crowning accomplishment. As usual, Edelman's sound begins to sound a bit like John Williams' work. After 14 tracks of ambient background drama music, there is a soft duet by Bruce Roberts and former disco diva Donna Summer, which was presumably used for ending credits fodder. Finally, unknown group Ho-hum appears with a bit of soft alt-rock la Fastball. Overall, the music is perfect for the purpose it was composed for, though a full album of ambient instrumental dramatic runs is perhaps not needed. ~ Adam Greenberg

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