Sign me up as well. Just recently revisited Child's Play 2 on blu-ray and easily the score of his I'd like to see get a release. From Dusk Till Dawn is great as well, can't recall Spawn or Dead Calm but would be interested in them as well.
Child's Play 2 is also on the top of my list, love the kind of "epic" quality of the main theme - unexpected for a movie about a small killer doll.
Dead Calm is great with its mix of voices, percusion and synths, but I remember reading on another thread that the tapes were dumped/destroyed - if I remeber correctly or if it actually happened I can not confirm. But I believe they could try to use the same strategy adopted on the Friday The 13 first 5 movies, using music only film mixes if they do exist.
To me, his greatest score, happens to be an unreleased one, his rejected score to "The 13th Warrior". He said in an interview that he kept the rights to it; perhaps one day a nice deluxe edition of this can occur.
Another nice and smaller score, that I recall really liking from what I heard in the film, that's also unreleased, is "Suicide Kings".
I really liked his unreleased score, more in a vein people wouldn't expect from Revell, for the film "The Crush". Well, at least half of it. It was kind of a mixed bag on some cues.
And then there's his arrangements and new material for yet another unreleased score, "Psycho IV".
I'll also toss in a vote for "Child's Play 2".
A number of goodies unreleased, yet we can get sonic drones and crap from him on CD.
I wonder what "Riddick" sounds like, as that new score had a release announced, but then it was cancelled.
"No, there isn’t any chance of a release of Dead Calm because there was never a master recording of the music. At that time, George Miller was very interested in the new Harrison mixing board that came out so he multi-tracked the music in studio alongside the sound effects because he wanted to create an over all soundscape for the film where the music and the effects weren’t really in different stems, as we call them. The only music mix that ever existed was what they did for the music where elements of the music sort of come and go in a very dramatic way so half way through one of the opera pieces the voice just disappears. So it’s very unfortunate that the only recording I ever got of it was a ¼ inch dub of that. I will one day go back to the whole score and build it into a broader work, I think. " (Graeme Revell)