"Out there people look at me and they see half a person. But in here, they see what I want them to see... how I really am."
Thanks to John Hartigan, here's the score for the 1996 sci-fi flick "Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace" (aka "Lawnmower Man 2: Jobe's War" on video) which is widely considered to be a bad movie, possibly the worst ever (I enjoyed it...). Picking up from where the first movie ended, we find that Jobe Smith (Matt Frewer), a former retard that was made smarter through VR, has survived the VSI explosion (completely negating the end of the first movie) and has been rescued by the shady Virtual Light Institute. Jump to the future when the organization wants Jobe to create a chip that would link every computer in the world up to one netwrok and would give the head, Johnathan Walker (Kevin Conway) total control, using the research of disgraced scientist Dr. Benjamin Trace (Patrick Bergin). Trace stopped work based on the possibility of the chip's use for evil, and was taken to court for the license (he lost, by the way). However, Jobe has his own plans for the chip, and it's up to Trace and a group of young hackers led by Jobe's former friend Peter Parkette (Austin O'Brien) to stop Jobe, and this somehow involves a cyberspace swordfight (yes, you read me right) between Trace and Jobe.
Robert Folk's score is considered by many to be the only good thing about the movie, and it is good, especially the final track. Enjoy it, even if you hated the movie.
1. Main Title (04:16)
2. The City (02:49)
3. Kids In Cyberspace (03:36)
4. Virtual Light Tour (03:04)
5. Jobe's Memory (01:44)
6. Jobe's Realization (02:00)
7. The Train (05:54)
8. Jobe's Theme (02:04)
9. Institute Recon (05:05)
10. Stealing The Kicon Chip (06:35)
11. The Alarm (04:56)
12. Inspecting The Kiron Chip (02:11)
13. The President (02:59)
14. Jobe's War (04:01)
15. Streets of Anarchy (03:48)
16. Virtual Reality Battleground (04:57)
17. The Kiron Explosion (02:20)
18. Finale (02:41)