Is there any kind of "map" of what's on the Trilogy and how it relates to the score as it's in the film?
I have to say that THE COMPLETE SCORE is one of the more "listenable" versions of the score that I've heard. But I do need my Full Blade Runner Blues.
I'm glad you like it. Even though I personally find the Complete Score more satisfyingly reflective of the movie itself than other comps (especially the duel at the end), I've cut together a slightly different version of the comp myself just for listening. I like hearing all of the harp source music, and a longer version of Deckard's Dream, and less of Leon's Interrogation. There'll never be a comp of this music that satisfies everyone, but I'm glad I was able to dig some stuff out of those 5.1 channels that we hadn't had before so we can have as much material to mix and match as we please.
I also think it's interesting to be able to compare what the composer did vs how the director and editor used the music in any film where there's a considerable variation between the two like this film. Alien is another excellent example.