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The Replacement Killers soundtrack

The Replacement Killers (1998)
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 03020659152
Label: Varese Sarabande
Label number: VSD 5915
Running time: 36m12s
Shipping date: March 10th, 1998
Original score by Harry Gregson-Williams
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. John's Theme  [2:42]
2. Stalked  [3:57]
3. The Temple  [2:28]
4. He Means Business  [3:15]
5. Kill Or Be Replaced  [2:17]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
33 - (hed)pe
Boom Boom Caw - Brad
Escape From The City Of Angels - Ithaka
Jaan - Talvin Singh / Amar
Keep Hope Alive - The Crystal Method
Makes Me Wanna Die - Tricky
Rocco - Death in Vegas

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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: I recently ordered this soundtrack CD. The songs on my CD aren't the same songs that are on the movie that I have... like the very first song that is played in the movie or the part where they are all playing dice. Is there a CD that has all the songs from the movie on it? Also do you have a site where I can listen to the CD? (from Darlene in Bonita Springs FL USA)
A: Unfortunately, this is the only soundtrack CD released for the film. It features only the underscore written for the movie and has none of the songs heard in the movie. (thanks to OSTiadd more info
A: The track that plays when John Lee enters the club is by Crystal Method and the name is "Keep Hope Alive." (thanks to Mike25edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotlandadd more info

Q: When the replacement killers arrive in the airport and walk to the lockers there is a song playing. Nobody knows what it is or who it is by. Does anybody know what this song is? It isn't on the soundtrack. (from brad in williamsport PA, USA)
A: It's "Rocco" by Death In Vegas from the album Dead Elvis. It wasn't listed in the so-called soundtrack and has several mix versions. (thanks to Big Ball Ball, Nanjing, Chinaadd more info

Q: What song/music is playing when Mira Sorvino comes to see off Yun-Fat Chow at the airport in the end and says that she's never done a passport to someone whom she never wants to see go?! It is sort of an oriental kind of music. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
...from modwhizz in Bangalore (answer modwhizz's question)

Q: What's the rap song playing when John and Meg go to get guns from Meg's rapper friend and they take also his SUV? (from ajarsi in SPAIN)
A: "Escape from the City of Angels" by ITHAKA (thanks to Music nerd, USAadd more info

Q: What's the song playing when Meg and John go to get ammunition and a car from Meg's friend? (from valek in india)
A: "Escape from the City of Angels" by Ithaka (thanks to Armand, Philippinesadd more info
A: The song playing in the movie is a different version than any I can find online or anywhere - all the ones I've found have a slower tempo. (thanks to coffey, phoenix, azadd more info

Q: What is the song playing when John meets Meg?? "...she makes me wanna die..."??? (from Kim in Arkansas)
A: "She Makes Me Wanna Die" by Trick (thanks to Armand, Philippinesadd more info
A: "She Makes Me Want To Die" from Tricky. The one in the movie is the Weekend mix. (thanks to majik, texasadd more info

Q: What song is playing when Meg and John are in the hotel and they are talking? It is like a soothing slow music piece.
...from ShiniGod in Brooklyn (answer ShiniGod's question)

Q: What is the song playing after the funeral? The one that starts when John is in Chinatown.
...from LONE in Texas (answer LONE's question)

Q: What song is playing when Meg is making passports and John shows up to request her services? If anyone can help, I would really appreciate it.
...from sunnismiles in Michigan (answer sunnismiles's question)

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