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1980s Pressing, vinyl EX, jacket VG+ with light ring/surface-wear
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1981 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK LP VINYL WITH MUSIC FOR THE ACTION FILM COMPOSED BY TANGERINE DREAM. FILM STARRED JAMES CAAN, TUESDAY WELD, WILLIE NELSON, ROBERT PROSKY; MICHAEL MANN DIRECTOR. CULT COLLECTIBLE!

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James Shultz
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
You get some, you lose some.
Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2007
After buying the import cd over a decade ago, I thought I''d never get the final song "Confrontation". Since it''s not Tangerine Dream I guess it didn''t deserve to be on an album with their name on the cover. I then found out it was on the vinyl release from the olde days.... See more
After buying the import cd over a decade ago, I thought I''d never get the final song "Confrontation". Since it''s not Tangerine Dream I guess it didn''t deserve to be on an album with their name on the cover. I then found out it was on the vinyl release from the olde days. After unearthing a copy and digitizing it to add to my custom CD, I now had the true soundtrack. The quality wasn''t the best coming from 20+ year vinyl, but beggars can''t be choosers.

I now see that this new release has the infamous track on it, but loses the other great track "Beach Scene". There are three tracks that define this film, "Beach Scene" and "Confrontation" are two of them. Omitting one is creating an incomplete soundtrack.

My suggestion is to buy this release and track down the previous one with the green border. It''s the only way to have a complete soundtrack, with a little work in itunes.
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Norman Owens
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Driving Synthesizers
Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2007
Tangerine Dream is a German group that specializes in electronic music. This sound track is structurally conventional as an extended tone poem with a very much modernized "orchestration" of synthesizers and percussion. Insofar as the source movie was a "caper", the tone... See more
Tangerine Dream is a German group that specializes in electronic music. This sound track is structurally conventional as an extended tone poem with a very much modernized "orchestration" of synthesizers and percussion. Insofar as the source movie was a "caper", the tone is dark and the rhythms drive forward.
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N. P. Stathoulopoulos
5.0 out of 5 stars
dun da da dun dun dun dun da da dun dun dun da DA DAA!
Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2005
Those relentless sequence patterns, like only TD could handle them, make a full-on appearance here. This is the newer, US release of the soundtrack to the 1981 Michael Mann film. This time, we actually do get the Craig Safan-composed ''Confrontation'', the long,... See more
Those relentless sequence patterns, like only TD could handle them, make a full-on appearance here.

This is the newer, US release of the soundtrack to the 1981 Michael Mann film. This time, we actually do get the Craig Safan-composed ''Confrontation'', the long, Floyd-esque track that played over the end sequence of the film, you know, where Michael Mann uses excessive slow motion, blood splattering, and bodies flying to bring the story home.

I think the star track here is Diamond Diary, a 10-minute piece that plays in the opening sequence of the film as Frank pulls a diamond heist. It builds and builds with that sequencer working overtime, and the drilling synths and whiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiizzz sounds and whiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirrr sounds all over, with some big, fat guitar chords thrown in. Then it comes down, settles with some keyboard overtures, and then it cranks up relentlessly again, with some thumping thrown in to match the on-screen suspense. It''s a masterful track, perfectly edited into the film, as is most of the score.

For some reason, the track Beach Scene is not included here, but it is included on the original UK release. Since it''s a Tangerine Dream track, it''s not like they had licensing issues like with Confrontation, which wasn''t available on the UK release but is here. Beach Scene is the longer version of Beach Theme, a more fully-realized track. Perhaps they thought it was just ''bonus'' so they chucked it? Perfect example of ''soundtrack madness'' and the endless quest for the music you like from a particular film.

Some of the music here isn''t heard in the film, or is heard briefly, but Diamond Diary, Beach Theme, Dr Destructo, and some of Burning Bar are all memorable from certain scenes. No weak tracks really, though note that some of Igeneous appeared on Force Majeure, two years before.

Some of this is reminiscent of Sorcerer, the excellent album to the William Friedkin film. Fans of that will enjoy Thief. The disc is indeed short, and it''s not presented as a real soundtrack album, actually. The order of tracks appear random, or in a more album-listening sequence, rather than presenting a score from beginning to ending as most soundtracks do. Note other frustrated Amazon reviews, but music-wise it''s a good disc.
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MASTER USER
1.0 out of 5 stars
CONFRONTATION
Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2020
It''s clear to me the reason Confrontation was taken off the cd soundtrack is because that tune absolutely STOLE that soundtrack and Tangerine dream, while a definite beast in their own right, were jealous! TD did not complete the soundtrack for whatever reasons... See more
It''s clear to me the reason Confrontation was taken off the cd soundtrack is because that tune absolutely STOLE that soundtrack and Tangerine dream, while a definite beast in their own right, were jealous!

TD did not complete the soundtrack for whatever reasons and Safan came along and ate their lunch! More units of this soundtrack would''ve been sold if Confrontation had been included, but here we are!
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Best Of All
4.0 out of 5 stars
Errors in a Thief
Reviewed in the United States on December 3, 2008
Due to a pair of mispressings, this reissue on the Wounded Bird Records label has had an interesting story line over the past several years. The CD was slated for release like the 1981 Elektra/Asylum album version, with the inclusion of Craig Safan''s... See more
Due to a pair of mispressings, this reissue on the Wounded Bird Records label has had an interesting story line over the past several years.

The CD was slated for release like the 1981 Elektra/Asylum album version, with the inclusion of Craig Safan''s Confrontation and the deletion of Beach Scene. The soundtrack had been released on Virgin Records with Beach Scene and without Confrontation.

Because of the production errors, Wounded Bird has issued the soundtrack with the tracks found on the Virgin Records album and with the inclusion of Confrontation and Beach Scene, with Igneous removed.

The Safan composition and performance was due to director Michael Mann''s need for another sequence after Tangerine Dream had completed its work on the music, but was unavailable for additional material due to being on tour. Beach Theme and Beach Scene are two different mixes of the same piece and the album version of Dr. Destructo is different from the version on the film.

It can get confusing due to the errors, but the music remains a highlight of the incredibly busy time TD had with side projects and arguably broke open the safe which made the band a serious competitor for movie soundtracks throughout the 1980s.
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John Brune
4.0 out of 5 stars
Nice to finally have, but.......
Reviewed in the United States on January 7, 2005
It''s great that someone finally released this version on CD but it''s a day late...I already compiled music from this disc, the import disc, and from the Tangerine Dream disc "Force Majuere" into my own version of the "complete" soundtrack of Thief. It turned out great.... See more
It''s great that someone finally released this version on CD but it''s a day late...I already compiled music from this disc, the import disc, and from the Tangerine Dream disc "Force Majuere" into my own version of the "complete" soundtrack of Thief. It turned out great. I''d love to just give copies of it away to anyone willing to pay for the shipping but I don''t know if that''s a good idea. I''m fed up with tracking down out of print albums and CD''s on Ebay for $40 - $80 per bootleg disc. I think someone should put a stop to all the bootlegging and start giving this stuff away! I''ve got a killer "Manhunter" compilation that I''d love to just give to people for free (all shipping fees would have to be paid for) just so I can try to put a stop to all this overpriced bootlegging going on. Just yesterday a bootleg of "The Keep" sold on Ebay for over $90.00--if I ever get my hands on a copy of this disc I would be more than happy to give it away to any interested parties!

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John Brune

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eveoflove
3.0 out of 5 stars
What the... ???
Reviewed in the United States on June 18, 2004
Made in USA in 2004, Serial# WOU-521, Playing Time 39:21 Do you have the vinyl pressing of this on Elektra? Well, congratulations!!! At least you have 9 tracks. This re-issue still leaves us with an incomplete soundtrack to the movie (will SOME record company... See more
Made in USA in 2004, Serial# WOU-521, Playing Time 39:21
Do you have the vinyl pressing of this on Elektra? Well, congratulations!!! At least you have 9 tracks.
This re-issue still leaves us with an incomplete soundtrack to the movie (will SOME record company finally do a decent job of this?)
On the bright side, the music playing during the ending credits of the film is here (Craig Safan''s "Confrontation"), but this time, we lose "Beach Scene", the 7-minute extrapolation of the opening track "Beach Theme"... and it''s certainly not because the disc is full!!! Why wasn''t the rest of the film''s music (even if not composed by TD) not included here ?
This is the 3rd edition of this soundtrack on CD (1985, the 1995 "definitive edition" (oh, please...it even says "live" on the spine?!?), and now this 2004 version).
I''m about "this close" to buying the DVD and editing the soundtrack myself... is anyone interested? LOL
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J. Scaringe
2.0 out of 5 stars
To Add and to Drop - WHY?
Reviewed in the United States on June 24, 2006
For those who were fortunate enough to aquire one of the first two releases of the THIEF soundtrack (like myself) congratulations - you have the version of the CD that contains the best song on the soundtrack, Beach SCENE. It has been dropped for this US release.... See more
For those who were fortunate enough to aquire one of the first two releases of the THIEF soundtrack (like myself) congratulations - you have the version of the CD that contains the best song on the soundtrack, Beach SCENE. It has been dropped for this US release.

For those who were interested in obtaining the Thief soundtrack being mainly interested in the one song, Beach SCENE (most of the other songs can be found on other Tangerine Dream albums), please realise the following differences between Beach THEME and the now dropped, Beach SCENE.

The song, Beach THEME is a much shorter track (almost by half) and there is a very cheesy, acoustic, "rock n'' roll", drum beat that was mixed/dubbed over the original Beach SCENE song which has the much more mellow and less invasive electronic, sequenced drum beat in it. It''s Beach SCENE that was both heard in the movie and over the airwaves back in 1981. If that is the song you remember (fell in love with) and are looking for, do NOT buy this latest release. Keep looking for those Out Of Print CDs - they are out there.

On a lighter "note", it''s very nice to see they added the ending/end-credits song, CONFRONTATION.

This is a lose/win scenario for THIEF soundtrack fans - it all depends on which song is more important to you. If you already have the earlier releases with Beach SCENE on it then buying this latest version will now complete a defninitve soundtrack for them as that last song in the movie has now finally been added to the official soundtrack.
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LRJ Burne
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Be careful which version you buy...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 3, 2012
Before you buy this album, a word of caution - there are actually two different versions of this soundtrack with two different track listings, and annoyingly the track that seems to be the most sought-after by fans of the movie is only on one of these releases. To make...See more
Before you buy this album, a word of caution - there are actually two different versions of this soundtrack with two different track listings, and annoyingly the track that seems to be the most sought-after by fans of the movie is only on one of these releases. To make matters worse, it can be somewhat tricky to tell which version of the album is which, particularly when, as here on Amazon, the track list is not displayed. Chances are, if you''re looking at this, you''re either a fan of the movie or a follower of Tangerine Dream''s work, so I shan''t bother to review the actual musicianship on offer here. Instead I''ll offer some words of advice regarding the different releases. If, like me, you want the own music from Thief''s final scene ("Confrontation" by Craig Safan), then be sure to by the CD marked on the front cover as the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, with James Caan''s credit at the top. Unfortunately this seems to be harder to come by than the more recent remastered release, credited solely to Tangerine Dream, which does not contain this track; in it''s place is a longer version of the track "Beach Theme" called "Beach Scene" (the latter is in fact closer to what is heard in the actual movie). Hopefully this advice will help prevent anyone hoping to hear the guitar-laden conclusion to the film from being disappointed.
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Eugene Lafcadio
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Just the best TD soundtrack
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 6, 2010
OK, maybe it jostles for first place with Sorcerer, this is full of great tracks, driving rythyms, and some powerful guitar from Edgar Froese. If you don''t own this, you cannot call yourself a TD fan.
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