2. Boxing (:55)
This is another synth track, which is again pretty weak on its own. It's based on a hip, Generation Xish style ostinato with various synth effects.
3. Eddy Says No (1:11)
Here, the moving dramatic theme gets played in full for the first time, on strings with fluttering piano accompaniment. In the last 30 seconds, the tone turns foreboding with dissonant string chords, and the theme comes back in full in the last 20 seconds.
4. Spotting the Prey (1:07)
This track continues the "Boxing" synth ambiance.
5. Last Call (1:59)
Groupe returns to atonality again, but this time it doesn't have the annoying synth rhythms, just a collection of very effective orchestral and synthesized effects. Fans of Alien3 will no doubt jump for this one, and it's probably almost the best track of the "animal instinct" section.
6. Eddy's In Love (1:15)
Groupe's excellent string dramatic theme returns in this track, extended slightly from track 3.
7. The Beast (3:23)
Out of all the animal instinct tracks, this is probably the most effective and bone-chilling. Even those who are generally repulsed by atonal music may find it worthwhile. The composer takes racing tribal drum rhythms, adds some of the normal synth ambiance effects, and finally plays a shouting solo male vocal, eventually joined by a full ensemble. In one section, a moving string melody reminiscent of the dramatic theme appears under the percussion.
8. Romeo's Farewell (1:47)
One of the best tracks in the score, this takes the dramatic theme and adds a moving female choral ensemble, as well as more of the orchestra.
9. Final Bath (1:18)
An extension of the previous track, this brings back the vague choral ensemble and adds the sound of church chimes, as well as a new string piece, based slightly on the main dramatic theme. The last 30 seconds have an enchanting choral lament for the entire ensemble.
10. End Credits (2:44)
Probably the most moving track in this brief score, this gives the main string and piano dramatic theme some excellent thematic development. Halfway through, Groupe adds hints of the animalistic sections in the form of a dissonant string glissando section. The last minute is full of huge gothic string chords along with chorus. The score ends perfectly with a woodwind presentation of the main theme.
Overall, I'm not quite sure what to make of this score. On the one hand, it's full of haunting, moving orchestral drama pieces which really make the album worthwhile, but on the other hand, some of the animalistic sections are genuinely unlistenable. If this sounds like it might interest you, I'm sure you'll enjoy it, however. BTW, this score gets an N/A on length, since it's not fair to criticize its short running time, because this is the entire score.