That all said, I quite enjoy Rollins' take, as it's fairly visually faithful to the look and aesthetic of Scorsese's film. I also enjoy the depiction of NYC, especially the footage of the old, since-vanished Hell's Kitchen standby, The Munson Diner (now relocated somewhere in upstate New York). And as much as he gradually became somewhat self-parodic, I still have a lot of time for Henry Rollins and his music.
There is no rock music in the original "Taxi Driver," of course (unless you count a fleeting invocation of Kris Kristofferson). The film was stirringly scored by the great Bernard Herrmann, the same man responsible for several memorable Hitchcock soundtracks. Hear a taste of that original score in the clip beneath the Rollins video. And if you're as much of an avowed fan of the film as I am, you should really check out Scouting New York's recent piece on the locations of the film.