Usually I would not review soundtracks with only two pieces of score, but of course I will make an exception for a Hans Zimmer score.
“Countrylypso” luckily does not only consist of Calypso music, but also has some quiet moments. It begins with the main theme, played tenderly on a piano, and ends with a heroic melody which Zimmer one year later made one of the main themes of Renaissance Man, arranged in practically the same way. You do not expect a die-hard Zimmer fan to find some critical words about the maestro repeating himself, if it's really good music, do you?
The “Walk Home” begins as an outstanding, energetic piece of action music. After that, the heroic main theme of the movie takes over, unfortunately (if adequately) accompanied by Jamaican steel drums. At the end, it fades out and becomes very gentle. The Renaissance Man theme is played again, then. Note for the audiophiles: there are some audible distortions.
And that's all the 7 minutes of Zimmer's score we are granted to hear. Was there more in the movie? I must admit, when I watched it many years ago, I did not pay much attention to the music.