Vangelis composed the songs in the Blade Runner soundtrack. The official recording came out in 1994, more than a decade after the film was released.
The OST is made up of the following musical pieces:
1. Main Titles (3:42)
2. Blush Response (5:47)
3. Wait for Me (5:27)
4. Rachel’s Song (4:46)
5. Love Theme (4:56)
6. One More Kiss, Dear (3:58)
7. Blade Runner Blues (8:53)
8. Memories of Green (5:05)
9. Tales of the Future (4:46)
10. Damask Rose (2:32)
11. Blade Runner (End Titles) (4:40)
12. Tears in Rain (3:00)
William Gibson’s novel Neuromancer is being adapted to the big screen. A lot of cyberpunk fans (including me) feel excited but at the same time nervous about how the movie will turn out. If there’s any novel that pretty much defines ‘cyberpunk’, it is Neuromancer, so I really hope the people behind the movie will do the book justice.
I’m quite intrigued if the movie’s aesthetics will feature future as we envision it today or if it will reflect how the future was imagined during the 80s (when the book came out). There are also rumors since July that Mark Wahlberg and Liam Neeson had been offered major roles in the movie, with Wahlberg possibly playing the main guy, Case. I am hoping that there was just a misunderstanding of some sort and that Wahlberg will be playing another character, because he is much too old and buff to be Case. Case is a 24-year old hacker, for crying out loud!
Anyway, comingsoon.net posted the movie’s teaser poster from the American Film Market (AFM) event.