TheOST.com - all movie soundtracks
all movie soundtracks
Email:
Password:
Forgot password?   Registration
 

Die Hard 2 Soundtrack

Die Hard 2 (1990) soundtrack cover
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack / OST
By:Michael Kamen
Release date:31.08.1993
Bitrate:~320 kbps
Length: 40:31 (12 tracks)
Size:93.11 MB
Movie
Year:1990
Country:USA
Genre: action thriller
IMDB: 99423

Download soundtrack to Die Hard 2

10.000

 
 

 

Best review is still not choosen. Your's can become the BEST! Be the first... Write review

Tracklist. Online preview

Put online player to your blog, website or forum.
#Michael Kamen — Die Hard 2Length

preview

BitrateSize
1.Colonel Stuart
Michael Kamen
1:28

need Flash

3203.39
2.Baggage Handling
Michael Kamen
3:48

need Flash

3208.70
3.General Esperanza
Michael Kamen
2:13

need Flash

3205.09
4.Annexe Skywalk
Michael Kamen
3:10

need Flash

3207.27
5.Church
Michael Kamen
1:14

need Flash

3202.86
6.Doll
Michael Kamen
3:50

need Flash

3208.79
7.Runway
Michael Kamen
3:57

need Flash

3209.05
8.In The Plane
Michael Kamen
1:37

need Flash

3203.70
9.Icicle
Michael Kamen
2:53

need Flash

3206.62
10.Snowmobiles
Michael Kamen
2:39

need Flash

3206.09
11.Terminal
Michael Kamen
6:13

need Flash

32014.23
12.Finlandia (Jean Sibelius)
Michael Kamen
7:29

need Flash

32017.13
  40:31   93.11
* MP3 bitrate for online preview is less than 50kbps

Plot summary

At Dulles International Airport, John McClane is waiting for his wife Holly to land. A while after he arrives at the airport, he feels that something's wrong. He follows two men into the luggage room. They both try to kill him, but he kills one and the other gets away. He gets the dead guy's fingerprints and faxes them to his friend Al Powell over in L.A. The man's name was Oswald Cochrane, and he had been officially dead for two years. John then realizes that someone is about to screw around with the airport, and he's correct. Colonel Stuart, a man who got "canned by congress", as McClane says it, and his team of ex-commandos have taken control of the airport, shutting down the Instrument Landing System and the runways. He then threatens to cause plane crashes unless the plane carrying Ramon Esperanza from Valverde (the fictitious country used in Commando (1985)) lands at a runway of his designation. The Chief Engineer and the airport's S.W.A.T. team unsuccessfully try to restore communications with the planes above. Because of this, Stuart crashes a plane. McClane must now try to defeat the terrorists and save his wife before her plane, and all the other planes, run out of fuel.

Comments

Comments powered by Disqus

Reviews

Write review.