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Alternate track titles: (They aren’t the best titles, but I think they are better than “1M1,” “2M2,” etc.)
1. After the Funeral 2. In the House 3. Charlie's Story 4. Entering Wallbrook 5. Leaving Wallbrook 6. On the Road 7. Don’t Walk 8. Passing Trains / Act Normal 9. Charlie and Raymond 10. BONUS: Sample - Synths and Pan Pipes 11. Fire Alarm 12. A Hug 13. Las Vegas 14. BONUS: Sample - Vocals and Percussion 15. Charlie Babbitt Made a Joke 16. Brothers 17. The Train 18. BONUS: Preparation for “Rain Man (End Credits)” 19. Rain Man (End Credits) 20. Back on the Road 21. BONUS: Preparation for “Fire Alarm” 22. Fire Alarm 23. Las Vegas / End Credits (Album Version)
For those who are curious, this is the complete score – definitely worth seeking out
However, it does appear as though a few of the tracks are in a different order than they appear in the film, so I made a better organized version using this and the regular album:
1. Iko Iko - The Belle Stars 2. Scatterlings of Africa - Johnny Clegg & Savuka 3. After the Funeral 4. In the House 5. Charlie's Story 6. Entering Wallbrook 7. Leaving Wallbrook 8. Lonely Avenue - Ian Gillan & Roger Glover 9. On the Road 10. Passing Trains 11. Don’t Walk 12. Act Normal 13. Dry Bones - The Delta Rhythm Boys 14. Charlie and Raymond 15. Back on the Road 16. Beyond the Blue Horizon - Lou Christie 17. Stardust - Rob Wasserman & Aaron Neville 18. Las Vegas 19. Las Vegas (Album Edit) 20. At Last - Etta James 21. A Hug 22. Nathan Jones - Bananarama 23. Fire Alarm 24. Charlie Babbitt Made a Joke 25. Brothers 26. The Train 27. Rain Man (End Credits) BONUS TRACKS 28. Sample - Synths and Pan Pipes 29. Sample - Vocals and Percussion 30. Preparation for “Fire Alarm” 31. Preparation for “Rain Man (End Credits)”
It's a shame this was never released commerically...
This is my favourite Hans Zimmer soundtrack. Because I love it so much I can give as much money as I can to get my hands on a Expanded Score. They really must release this one in original version because they will make as much money as they would with an original CD.