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Blade Runner - Grey Fedora (Silver Edition)
Label : Grey Fedora
Type : Bootleg Interest :
Support : CDR Sound Quality :
Limited To : Unknown Rarity :
  1. Main Titles & Prologue (3:46)
  2. Spinner Ascent (1:44)
  3. At Tyrell Corp (4:05)
  4. Tales Of The Future (4:45)
  5. Leon's Room (2:21)
  6. Bicycle Riders (Pompeii 76) AD (2:20)
  7. At Mr. Chew's (4:47)
  8. Memories Of Green (5:32)
  9. Rachel's Song (4:38)
  10. Esper Analysis (2:09)
  11. Blade Runner Blues (8:52)
  12. One More Kiss, Dear (3:58)
  13. Love Theme (4:55)
  14. Quietness At Home (3:42)
  15. Dr. Tyrell's Death (3:53)
  16. Deckard And Roy's Duel (6:16)
  17. Flying Kabuki (Ogi no Mato Excerpt) (2:48)
  18. Farewell (2:56)
  19. Rachel Sleeps (1:30)
  20. Blade Runner (4:40)
Original Music Composed and Performed by Vangelis

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2017/10/10 - PBO

Please kindly send me the archive code

2017/02/13 - D.

Hello Atlas! Amazing collection!!!
Could you please send me the code to this archive?

2010/09/12 - DC

If with what we officially have been supplied (Official 1994 release and 2007 Trilogy release) had what we wished having to be close to our idea of it, there would not be the need of honest mastering engineers efforts to put this in a form you could better appreciate this particular Vangelis work. They have done a good job on this, plus you do not have to pay a third of your wage to get hold of this if you search for it very carefully. Have a listen to it if you care.

2010/09/10 - mooge

Great... more of the same. Suddenly everyone thinks they're a mastering engineer. Ha!