Masterpiece bar none by Lars Pettersson (April 8, 2004)
This is gonna be a very short review.
The point is, this score is a masterpiece worth mentioning with the great classical's outings.
The most prolific composer of the entire 1900's did this, far improved on the first Omen, which I also give the highest rating. The extreme measures of using choirs and a very complex score utilised this yet to be challenged music of a horror movie. Goldsmith is beyond being the greatest movie composer ever lived here, this is the pure essence of movie scoring. I don't think the extremely overrated John Williams will ever compose anything even near this stuff. First off, Williams steals other's music (Korngold and Goldsmith anyone?) then when he finally finds a really suitable tune (Indiana Jones...) he overuses it to death. Oh well, enough of that. This is surely one of the highest regarded of movie soundtracks ever. Masterpiece!