A fairly average score from Danny Elfman. The Main Theme is fine, but not quite as flowing as it should be, also, the playing sounds very deadened, although that could be the way it was recorded. The love themes are fairly dull really and certainly don't have a very strong melody. The jazz in Crime Spree is good fun and nothing like the James Horner style jazz. It's a shame that it wasn't reprised later on the score. It is really only noteworthy as it is a little hard to come by these days, but it was a lucky find in a French CD shop and so I'm glad to have got it, none the less.
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