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Comments about the soundtrack for Back to the Future Part II (Alan Silvestri)

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Back To The Future Part II
• Posted by: TDK   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, August 10, 2010, at 7:32 p.m.
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I grew up watching the Back To The Future Trilogy as a kid growing up in the 90's and so listening to these scores is an awesome experience. I think the score from "Part II" expands on the themes from "Part I" and introduces the newer theme(s) perfectly. I love the way the second film opens up just like the ending from the first film and brings back the same music material in the same scene and when the drums kick in when the DeLorean rises up and flies off to the future, to me is the most exciting way to bring the excitment to the new film. The new theme written for "Part II" when Marty is trying to retrieve the Almanac from Biff brings a lot of suspense & tension. The musical track "Burn The Book" is my most favorite in the score, the moment Marty burns the almanac the music gives this feeling that everything is back to normal and gives a happier feeling. I have the expanded score to all three "Back To The Future" films and I have to say, I enjoy each score and composer Alan Silvestri did an excellent job.

My Most Favorite Tracks: (From the expanded score)
02-The Future
03-Hoverboard Chase
05-Alterante 2015
06-If They Ever Did / Something Inspicious
07-Biff's Garage
08-Pair O' Docs
09-The Book
10-Tunnel Chase
11-Burn The Book
12-Western Union
13-I'm Back / To Be Concluded
14-Back To The Future III Trailer
15-End Credits

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