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Comments about the soundtrack for RoboCop (Basil Poledouris)
"Rock Shop" is different in the film than on the OST

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"Rock Shop" is different in the film than on the OST   Wednesday, April 20, 2011 (9:40 a.m.) 

I'm rewatching and I noticed, the brass/horn blasts that open the cue - that I always assumed Mickey-Moused Robo banging down the factory door - aren't there, just the cymbol as he's revealed in the frame. Also, when he's targeting the thugs, the light, bell-like chiming from the cue is also absent, only the bass underscore can be heard (all before the percussion starts).

What gives?



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Re: "Rock Shop" is different in the film than on the OST   Monday, March 5, 2012 (11:43 p.m.) 

This happens all the time when scores are put into their respective films. It's all recorded to multitrack stems so that if the director doesn't like a layer (i.e: the synths in this case) they're dropped from the audio mix. It's not that it's a different version. The cue was thinned out for the film mix.

Check out the film mix of "The Dream" for another interesting bit...



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