Having scored the movies Heartbreakers and Tonight's The Night before, in 1989 TD composed the music for a third film of director Bobby Roth -- Dead Solid Perfect, starring Randy Quaid. Three more movies should follow in the early '90s: L'Affaire Wallraff, Rainbow Drive (both 1990) and The Switch (1993).
Bobby Roth remembers: "I'd done two films with TD prior to Dead Solid Perfect and I've done two more since. I chose them for a 'Dan Jenkins' working-class comedy about golf precisely because of how strange it seemed. I tried both American blues and country and western songs with the rough cut but both seemed too much in keeping with the existing images. Neither lifted the film to a new place or transformed it with counterpoint. Choosing a German band known for electronic music seemed bizarre to the film's producers, but when they heard the score they loved it as I did. It made golf more interesting and let people who were adverse to the game see it with new eyes. Ask any hard and fast golfer about the film and they'll say the music is perfect (though it's certainly not music one would associate with the game under traditional circumstances). Ironically, of the five films I've done with TD, the score for Dead Solid Perfect probably did the most for the movie."
In November 2012 the album was made available for download by BSX Records. Apparently there was no according re-release on CD, though.