May 15 2009
As most of you know I’m a huge fan of the old Jean Claude Van Damme classics. Well it certainly doesn’t get any better than Bloodsport. And perhaps one of the more overlooked features of this movie is the sick soundtrack.
I mean you really can’t mess with “Kumite.” But on the softer and more sensitive side, we have “On my Own” by the coveted Paul Delph.
This is the song they use when Van Damme is roaming the streets on his own having nightmares about Chong Li.
It’s a real tearjerker.
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