Brad Fiedel’s classic electronic score to James Cameron’s benchmark action sci-fi movie.
Created on two Fairlight CMIs with additional orchestration, Brad Fiedel’s atmospheric score often blurs the lines between “music” and sound effects and perfectly complements the visuals. Since the early 90s Fiedel’s experimental score has had a great impact on a new generation of up and coming film composers.
Brad Fiedel’s musical success lies predominantly within the action and thriller genres. In the 80s he was in the vanguard of using electronic instruments and synthesizers in film scores and his filmography includes The Terminator, The Accused, Fright Night, The Big Easy, True Lies and Johnny Mnemonic.
Deemed to be the best film in the Terminator Trilogy, Cameron’s classic is today viewed as a must see movie: “A movie that defied expectations, raised the ante for both effects movies and action sequences and gave the world the immortal ‘Hasta la vista baby’.”
– Empire Magazine
On its release in 1991, Terminator 2: Judgment Day set a new benchmark for action movies and went on to become the biggest grossing film of the year, winning four Oscars and an ASCAP Award for Brad Fiedel.
1. Main Title (Terminator 2 Theme)
2. Sarah On The Run
3. Escape From The Hospital (And T1000)
4. Desert Suite
5. Sarah’s Dream (Nuclear Nightmare)
6. Attack On Dyson (Sarah’s Solution)
7. Our Gang Goes To Cyberdyne
8. “Trust Me”
9. John & Dyson Into Vault
10. SWAT Team Attacks
11. “I’ll Be Back”
12. Helicopter Chase
13. Tanker Chase
14. “Hasta La Vista, Baby” (T1000 Freezes)
15. Into The Steel Mill
16. Cameron’s Inferno
17. Terminator Impaled
18. Terminator Revives
19. T1000 Terminated
20. “It’s Over” (“Good-Bye”)