The Warriors (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)
Download links and information about The Warriors (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture). This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 36:51 minutes.
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|1.||Theme from "The Warriors" (Barry Vorzon)||3:57|
|2.||Nowhere to Run (Arnold McCuller)||3:15|
|3.||In Havana (Ismael Miranda, Kenny Vance)||3:56|
|4.||Echoes In My Mind (Mandrill)||6:09|
|5.||The Fight (Barry Vorzon)||1:20|
|6.||In the City (Joe Walsh)||3:55|
|7.||Love Is a Fire (Genya Ravan)||4:49|
|8.||Baseball Furies Chase (Barry Vorzon)||2:28|
|9.||You're Movin' Too Slow (Johnny Vastano)||2:54|
|10.||Last of an Ancient Breed (Desmond Child)||4:08|
The soundtrack to the 1979 cult movie The Warriors features Barry De Vorzon’s ominous instrumental score interweaved with dark disco and foreboding funk. This mixture perfectly sets the tone for a comic book-esque storyline about New York City gang warfare of the late ‘70s. The anxiety-riddled “Theme From ‘The Warriors’” opens with heavy electric guitar riffs filtered through an undulating phaser effect as menacing synth lines are chased by steadily gaining drumbeats. Mandrill’s rare soul-funk track “Echoes In My Mind” is easily the album’s smoothest jam and they couldn’t have picked a better tune at the time to help characterize the deadly all-female gang The Lizzies than Genya Ravan’s “Love Is a Fire.” Even though the most intimidating gang, The Baseball Furies, got taken out a little too easily in the film, De Vorzon’s “Baseball Furies Chase” recalls the panic of the pursuit with plodding rhythms and pulsing synthesizers.