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The Guardian Soundtrack

The Guardian (2006) soundtrack cover
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack / OST
Release date:12.09.2006
Length: 50:36 (12 tracks)
Genre: action drama adventure
IMDB: 406816


  Ding-A-Ling  •  rate: 9 / 10   +0 / −0
The Guardian is an action-adventure drama film that is mainly in dedication to the United States Coast Guard. Andrew Davis directs the film and Trevor Rabin composes the score.

Music in this movie's score if fabulous. Loud percussions and fast orchestral music with a beautiful vocal voice, this is one of Trevor Rabin's most emotional scores ever composed. The soundtrack is overall pretty good. All of the songs are heard throughout the film, and the special credit is given to Bryan Adams for his song "Never Let Go", the theme of the movie. There is only one score track which is a suit of all the emotional themes of the film. The fast paced themes were never released in this edition, but released in a bootleg edition found about 3 and a half years later.

Overall, this soundtrack is pretty good. It would have gotten a 6/10. But because of a bootleg present, this soundtrack deserves an 8/10.   Another reviews
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There is another version of soundtrack to this movie

The Guardian: Score
by Trevor Rabin

Tracklist. Online preview

#VA — The GuardianLength
1.Never Let Go
Bryan Adams
2.Something To Talk About
3.Saturday Night
4.Love & Happiness
Bonnie Bramlett and Chicago Catz
5.The Mockingbird
Lisa Lavie
6.Hold Tight
Tad Robinson
Abby Ahmad
8.Hold On, I'm Coming
Bonnie Bramlett and Chicago Catz
9.Shake Up The World
Steve ''Funkworm'' Butler feat. Gravity
10.Friday Night
Cheryl Wilson
11.Run Me In The Dirt (Throwdown)
Marty James and Joseph ''Butch'' Flythe
12.The Guardian Suite (score)
Trevor Rabin

Plot summary

The US Coast Guard version of "Top Gun" with a little "An Officer and A Gentleman" thrown in: an aging USCG rescue swimmer's team is killed in a horrific rescue mission. Immediately prior to this terrible event, his wife also announced that she cannot take anymore. His first love is always the rescue mission. This leaves him an obviously emotional wreck. His commender gives him a choice - quit or take a position as an instructor at the USCG training facility in Louisiana. Reluctantly he takes the position. Moving into the school, he immediately increases the 18 week curriculum that routinely fails half of the people that attend. Here he meets a young man with unlimited potential, but with some secret that seems to hold him back as a team player. Delving into his past, links are found that make him a psychic twin to the older man. Thrown into the midst of the story is a romance with a local girl. Rescue missions punctuate the beginning and end of the story with the training sessions the center of the film.


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hassnawi0022  •  rate: 9 / 10
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Another excellent score album by Rabin! It contains a wonderful main theme lead by the flute, typical militaristic percussion for action sequences, and a sweet little romance theme. The orchestra and choir really bring this score to life.