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Comments about the soundtrack for Conan the Destroyer (Basil Poledouris)

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Re: Riders of Doom in Conan the Destroyer!?!
• Posted by: JB
• Date: Monday, August 15, 2005, at 8:56 a.m.
• IP Address: e81-197-76-15.elisa-laajakaista.fi
• In Response to: Re: Riders of Doom in Conan the Destroyer!?! (franz_conrad)

> As for the 'Anvil of Crom' -
> Christian's probably referring to the percussion in the opening title and
> the 'Conan and Bombatta Battle' tracks, which is very close to, if not
> identical to the 'Anvil of Crom' from the first film.

Anvil of Crom (the opening motif from Barbarian) actually does appear in Destroyer too during the Main Titles, but that title sequence for some strange reason has been completely omitted from the album. After the prologue, the main theme makes a lengthy appearance (the fanfare heard in the first track and Elite Guards Attack) after which follows the Anvil of Crom motif (much faster and less powerful though). The main fanfare returns for a moment, and is followed by Conan's noble "Steel" theme. The first cue on the album is the cue following this sequence.




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