Although some fans gripe about the poorly done soundtrack by John D'Andrea, I think the problem is that we were too focused on the movie to notice the music. A lot of it is actually very good, notably "Tesara" and "The Hot Springs".
33 Tracks|320kbps|MP3 Format|1.2 hours
The fateful link, which is 163.07 MB: http://www.mediafire...h7wjvt4tnray6n0
For those wondering, I made this by ripping the DVD audio and running it through Audacity. This DVD had some pretty strict stereo, so I made one channel inverted and changed both to mono, which successfully removed the majority of sound effects. The only time SFX are really a problem is in "Prisoners of War".
By the way, you may notice on the cover it says "Complete Motion Picture Score". A Complete Score is all or almost all the music from a movie, and then some. An official soundtrack (or "OST" for short) mostly doesn't have all the music from a movie. I'd say there's about twenty seconds of audio I didn't include, so this is a Complete Score. The only thing better than a Complete Score is the Recording Sessions.
If you deem it legal, I can include Linkin Park's "Announcement Service Public" because it was featured in one of the trailers. But if you think it's illegal and therefore "bad" to include it, I won't.
Anyway, happy listening.