OK, let’s give the searching spiders what they are looking for;
Anyone who has seen the movie Boxing Helena (and liked it) will soon discover that its soundtrack score isn’t for sale. In fact, you can’t even legally buy the CD anywhere. Some score pieces for Boxing Helena by Graeme Revell are the best I’ve ever heard (you can hear it when Helena is showering under the fountain at the party, among many other moments in the movie). People are trying hard to get a hold of the very rare CD that once came with the limited edition LaserDisc, but that DOES NOT have this music on it either! I phoned and e-mailed, begging his management and the creators of the movie about it years ago already, only to get replies like: “if you find someone who owns the CD, ask him/her to copy it for you, because we don’t have it anymore”. How foolish can they be, right? I was ready to pay good money for this music! How can one make a movie with music like that, and then not release its score?
As an appropriate ‘punishment’ you can now download the best part I could master out of the Boxing Helena score here. It’s sampled at 48 kHz because of the movie output (and me wanting to uphold maximum quality), so make sure your player deals with that correctly.