Behind Enemy Lines - Don Davis

Following the success of The Matrix, Don Davis scored this laughably over-the-top actioner with a mix of Matrix-like modernism with flourishes of contemporary rock and synth effects.

While not as popular as his music for the Matrix series, Davis' score infuses the film with a patriotic fervor and a sense of urgency, effectively evoking the chilly Eastern-European locale ("Main Title (Ustao)") and militaristic might of America. The score does descend into temp-tracking reference in the rah-rah finale ("Battle On Thin Ice"), sounding specifically like Jerry Goldsmith's chest-thumping main theme for Air Force One.

Released in 2001 as a promotional disc by the composer shortly after the film's theatrical release. The disc runs 67:20 over 23 tracks.

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8 Responses to “Behind Enemy Lines - Don Davis”

  1. # Blogger Sallie

    Wow this is awesome- very rare! Thanks for the post.  

  2. # Blogger Steve

    Hi there. Could you re-post Virtuosity and Behind Enemy Lines again? The files have been deleted. Thanks.  

  3. # Blogger MrClean

    Yeah, please repost this one too.  

  4. # Blogger Ken Prescott

    Any chance of this one being reposted?  

  5. # Blogger Brent

    please repost  

  6. # Blogger Soundtrack Sharity
  7. # Blogger The Flep

    I can give you soundtracks that you cant imagine.. just contact me.  

  8. # Blogger victor

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