No. It's shorter. I like your post Roald 'cause I felt your anger.. A sense of indignant outrage about how film scores don't have those kind of cues anymore? I share it, and indeed participate in this slow burning, angsty ennui. One could look to Goldsmiths' Hoosiers for similar evocation of wistful Americana (when dreams where a possible dream, hope was yes hope) but it's not the same, is it. Truth is, there is only one Homecoming, the one John T. Williams sonically framed and expressed so piquantly in the motion picture Born on the Fourth of July. Oh and btw, for all its Top-Gun and sounding suchly, the percussion is not synth.