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  1. Hans Zimmer tritt die Nachfolge von Rupert Gregson-Williams an und wird das nächste Wonder Woman Abenteuer vertonen. http://filmmusicreporter.com/2018/08/22/hans-zimmer-to-score-patty-jenkins-wonder-woman-1984/
  2. Hallo Soundtrack-Boarder, wir starten einen erneuten Versuch, die manchmal aufkommende Flut neuer Soundtrack-Veröffentlichungen ein wenig übersichtlicher zu kanalisieren. In diesen Thread sollen künftig Veröffentlichungen hinein, die höchstwahrscheinlich eher ein kleineren, sehr überschaubaren Kreis von Filmmusikfreunden ansprechen. Beispiele für solche Veröffentlichungen sind in der unten angeführten Grafik (courtesy of Stefan Jania ) angegeben. Score-Veröffentlichungen von hoher oder höherer Popularität bekommen weiterhin ihre eigenen, einzelnen Threads. Der Grund für diesen Sammelbereich liegt in der Tatsache begründet, dass zwar oft viele kleinere, obskurere Releases vorgestellt werden, es jedoch seitens der User sehr wenig bis gar kein Feedback dazu gibt. Darunter leidet die Übersichtlichkeit im "Veröffentlichungs-Unterforum". Sollte sich jedoch aus diesem Sammelthread heraus zu bestimmten Veröffentlichungen eine längere Diskussion entwickeln, werden wir Mods/Admins diese in einen separaten Thread auslagern, damit dort weiter debattiert werden kann.
  3. Noch im Mai soll eine erweiterte und geremasterte Version von Hansis Action-Score erscheinen:
  4. Was erstaunlich unblöde aussieht - der "The Flash"-Trailer. Das wird offenbar DCs Multiverse of Madness und solange es möglich ist, Ezra Millers problematisches Privatleben wegzudenken, könnte das vielleicht echt was hübsches werden... P.S.: Irgendwann lerne ich auch mal, Videos direkt in den Beitrag zu bauen
  5. Scheint so, dass Young in letzter Zeit wieder mehr Arbeit bekommt
  6. Und es wird tatsächlich NIGHT PASSAGE sein am 14.5. Wunderbar! Wohl dann der erste 50s-Score in der Universal Classics Collection:
  7. OCTOPUSSY – 40th ANNIVERSARY: EXPANDED/REMASTERED LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET) LLLCD 1637 Music by John Barry “All Time High” Composed by John Barry Lyrics by Tim Rice Performed by Rita Coolidge Limited Edition of 5000 Units RETAIL PRICE: $31.98 STARTS SHIPPING JAN 16 Available to order now at www.lalalandrecords.com La-La Land Records, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, EON Productions and Universal Music Enterprises proudly commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the 1983 James Bond film OCTOPUSSY, with a remastered and expanded 2-CD re-issue of composer John Barry’s original motion picture score to the film, starring Roger Moore in his sixth turn as 007 and directed by John Glen. Legendary composer John Barry (GOLDFINGER, YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE, DANCES WITH WOLVES) returns again to the Bond franchise with OCTOPUSSY, delivering another bold, thrilling, dramatic and romantic orchestral score, along with a dreamily smooth and sensuous title track performed by Rita Coolidge. The renowned composer combines his chase-and-action style from the’60s with his more sophisticated, symphonic approach of the late ’70s and early ’80s, giving 007 the best of both musical worlds. OCTOPUSSY – 40th ANNIVERSARY EXPANDED LIMITED EDITION showcases the film’s music in exhilarating fashion, with improved sound and never-before-released material. Produced by Neil S. Bulk and mastered by Doug Schwartz, Disc One of this deluxe release showcases the film’s Score Presentation and additional music, while a remaster of the original 1983 soundtrack album is housed on Disc Two, along with the CD premiere of the “Extended Instrumental Version” of “All Time High”! The film score on Disc One was sourced from ¼ inch stereo tapes of the film mixes, while Disc Two’s original 1983 soundtrack and the “Extended Instrumental Version” of “All Time High” are from ¼ inch stereo album masters. All of the tapes were newly transferred in high resolution for this set. This special release is limited to 5000 units and features exclusive, in-depth liner notes by “The Music of James Bond” author Jon Burlingame and sharp art design by Dan Goldwasser. TRACK LISTING: DISC 1 SCORE PRESENTATION 1. Gun Barrel And Airbase* :51 2. Bond Look-Alike* 2:59 3. Fill Her Up :44 4. All Time High (Performed by Rita Coolidge) 3:05 5. 009 Gets The Knife And The Property Of A Lady 1:35 6. Kremlin Art Repository And Sotheby’s 1:22 7. India 1:00 8. Magda And Spend The Money Quickly, Mr. Bond :50 9. Gobinda Attacks* 2:14 10. Easy Come, Easy Go* 1:50 11. All Time High (Instrumental) 1:48 12. That’s My Little Octopussy 3:13 13. Arrival At The Island Of Octopussy 3:23 14. Bond At The Monsoon Palace 3:04 15. Palace Intrigue 1:43 16. The Mysterious Octopussy 2:36 17. Bond Meets Octopussy 3:36 18. Yo-Yo Fight And Death Of Vijay (Extended Version) 3:54 19. Checkpoint Charlie And The Romanov Star 1:06 20. The Chase Bomb Theme (Film Version) 1:55 21. Fight With Mischka :56 22. Follow That Car* 1:02 23. The End Of General Orlov 1:51 24. Gorilla Suit And Death Of Grischka 1:26 25. The Bomb Arrives And Clowning Around 1:48 26. The Palace Fight (Extended Version)* 5:00 27. Kamal Khan’s Death And Finale 2:01 28. All Time High – End Title (Performed by Rita Coolidge) 3:03 Total Score Time 60:43 ADDITIONAL MUSIC 29. British Ambassador :48 30. Vijay’s Pungi* :32 31. Gangaur Ghat 1:20 32. Bazaar 1:09 33. Let The Sport Commence 2:59 34. The Hunt Continues 2:10 35. The Floating Palace :53 36. Distraction 2:07 Total Additional Music Time 12:11 Total Disc 1 Time 73:03 DISC 2 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK ALBUM 1. All Time High (Performed by Rita Coolidge) 3:04 2. Bond Look-Alike* 2:59 3. 009 Gets The Knife And Gobinda Attacks* 3:06 4. That’s My Little Octopussy 3:13 5. Arrival At The Island Of Octopussy 3:23 6. Bond At The Monsoon Palace 3:04 7. Bond Meets Octopussy 3:36 8. Yo-Yo Fight And Death Of Vijay 3:45 9. The Chase Bomb Theme 1:57 10. The Palace Fight* 4:32 11. All Time High – End Title (Performed by Rita Coolidge) 3:03 Total Original Album Time 36:10 BONUS TRACK 12. All Time High (Extended Instrumental Version) 3:52 Total Disc 2 Time 40:08 Total Collection Time 1:53:11 * Contains “James Bond Theme” written by Monty Norman This is a CD format release
  8. What Lies Beneath (2000) was a first for filmmaker Robert Zemeckis: a serious, adult-minded ghost story starring Michelle Pfeiffer and, in a rare turn (and twist) as the villain, Harrison Ford. Originally developed for Steven Spielberg, the film was a Hitchcockian throwback of slow-burn suspense, with gorgeous Vermont locations supporting the A-list talent. Scoring What Lies Beneath was, as always for Zemeckis, his long-time collaborator, Alan Silvestri (Back to the Future, Forrest Gump). Silvestri conjured up a dark, moody soundscape of suspense, orchestral violence and eerie beauty for the supernatural hauntings and real-life threat that is closer than the heroine realizes—ably recalling the spirit of the classic Hitchcock–Herrmann partnership, with Silvestri’s own vernacular and modern dramatic sense. Varèse Sarabande released What Lies Beneath as a 9-track, 30-minute program at the time of the film. This long-awaited Deluxe Edition premieres the complete score in a 25-track, 60-minute program, with new liner notes by Daniel Schweiger interviewing screenwriter Clark Gregg. Produced by: Alan Silvestri and David Bifano Recorded and Mixed by: Dennis Sands Music Editor: Dan DiPrima, Jacqueline Tager and Lee Scott Mastered by: Chas Ferry and Melinda Hurley Track List: 1. ImageMovers Logo 2. Main Title 3. Panic Attack 4. Sobbing Neighbor 5. Claire Visits Feur House / I Thought I Saw / Watery What? 6. Broken Photo 7. Binocular Spy 8. Discover Key / Full Bath 9. Ouija Board 10. You Know 11. Newspaper Clipping 12. Madison’s Room 13. Forbidden Fruit 14. Jody Fesses Up / Electrocuted 15. I Opened The Door 16. Claire's Drive 17. Key Decision 18. Norman Attacks 19. Passive Aggressive Masterpiece / Norman Falls / Bloody Hand 20. Norman's Gone / Claire Steps In Blood / Hand Moves Sting 21. The Getaway 22. Reunited / Peace At Last 23. End Credits 24. Restaurant Source 25. The Four Seasons: Autumn
  9. Ich dachte mir, ich mache mal einen Sammelthread für alle Volumes, die LLL davon noch veröffentlicht. Music by Alexander Courage and Fred Steiner Limited Edition of 1701 Units RETAIL PRICE: $29.98 La-La Land Records and CBS Studios proudly present STAR TREK: THE ORIGINAL SERIES – THE 1701 COLLECTION VOL. 1, the first in a series of limited edition CD releases that showcase original score from the landmark sci-fi television series STAR TREK (1966-1969). Containing music originally from our long out-of-print 2012 Original Series Box Set, these exciting volumes utilize the same restored master as that acclaimed release, but feature new packaging by Dan Goldwasser, along with brand new, exclusive liner notes by film music writer and Trek historian, Jeff Bond. This ground-breaking, iconic music, from one of television’s most acclaimed and beloved series, is now again available for fans everywhere! Vol 1 of the 1701 Collection focuses on the Trek TOS music of renowned composers Alexander Courage and Fred Steiner, containing original music from the classic episodes THE MAN TRAP, THE NAKED TIME, CHARLIE X, MUDD’S WOMEN, THE CORBOMITE MANEUVER, BALANCE OF TERROR, WHAT ARE LITTLE GIRLS MADE OF? and THE CITY ON THE EDGE OF FOREVER, along with MAIN and END TITLES. Produced by Lukas Kendall, Neil S. Bulk and Jeff Bond, restored by Chris Malone and mastered by Doug Schwartz, this limited edition 2-CD release of 1701 units, as well as forthcoming volumes of this series, illustrate how the original Trek series scores not only teem with action, adventure and drama, but how they are also infused with deep emotion and the greatness of the human spirit. Such characteristics have kept these richly orchestrated tracks vital and relevant decades beyond their original recording. TRACK LISTING: DISC 1 The Man Trap Music Composed and Conducted by ALEXANDER COURAGE Episode #6, Recorded 8/19/66 • Aired #1, 9/8/66 Total Time: 34:21 1. Main Title (electric violin version) 0:50 2. Small Planet Visit / The Changeling M10/M11 3:27 3. Episode Titles / Genuine Affection M12/M13 1:00 4. First Goner / Salty Cat / Dressing Down M14–21/M22/M23 1:52 5. Circle One / Monitor Gizzard / Down Again / Grey to Greene M24/M25/M26/M31 3:16 6. Salt Chaser M32 1:34 7. Noisy Plant M33 1:06 8. At First Sight / Pill Tosser M34/M35–41 2:52 9. Nancy Schmancy M42 1:54 10. The Unreal McCoy M43 2:02 11. Top Security / Lazer Dazer / Dodo Girl M44/M45–51/M52 4:03 12. Conference M53 4:47 13. Dead Crater / Last of the Last M54/M61 4:13 14. Warp One* M62 0:44 15. Trailer (“The Man Trap”) 1:03 The Naked Time Music Composed and Conducted by ALEXANDER COURAGE Episode #7, Recorded 8/31/66 • Aired #4, 9/29/66 Total Time: 33:55 16. Brass Monkeys* / Out of Glove M10/M11 2:58 17. Breaking Planet* / Sweaty Palm / Itchy Hand M12/M13/M14 1:21 18. Joe Berserk M21 3:02 19. Pulled Down* / It Spreads M22/M23 1:12 20. Joe Goes / Sulu Finks Out M24/M31 1:01 21. Up the Rebels / D’Artagnan-san M32/M33 3:09 22. Banana Farm M34 2:11 23. Out of Control / Lurch Time / Punchy Kid M41/M42/M43 1:49 24. Party Time M44 1:35 25. Medicine Girl / Hot Skin M45–51/M52 4:30 26. Off the Cloud M53 1:06 27. Captain’s Wig M54–61 4:02 28. The Big Go* M62 2:42 29. Time Reverse* / Future Risk and End Title* M63/M64 1:46 30. Trailer (“Mudd’s Women”) 1:02 31. End Title* (electric violin version) 0:46 Total Disc Time: 70:09 DISC 2 Charlie X Music Composed and Conducted by FRED STEINER Episode #8, Recorded 8/29/66 • Aired #2, 9/15/66 Total Time: 23:44 1. Main Title* (cello version, arr./cond. Steiner) 0:51 2. Space Orbit† / Charlie X / That’s a Girl M10/M11+M11S/M12+M12 chimes 1:20 3. Kirk’s Command / Charlie’s Mystery / Charlie’s Gift M13/M14+M14S/M15–20 3:03 4. Card Tricks M22 1:40 5. Zap the Antares / Kirk Is Worried M23+M23S/M24 0:47 6. Kirk’s Command #2 / Chess Game M31/M32+M32S 1:33 7. Charlie’s Yen M33 1:05 8. Kirk Puzzled M34 0:51 9. Zap Sam / Zap the Pistol M41/M42 1:37 10. Standoff M43 1:12 11. Kirk Waits / Charlie in Control M44/M45 1:08 12. Charlie’s Mad M51 1:10 13. Zap Janice M52 0:56 14. Zap the Cap M53 1:33 15. Zap the Spaceship M54 1:26 16. Zap the Broad / Charlie’s Friend M55/M61 2:02 17. Goodbye Charlie / Finale† M62/M63 1:50 † Based on a Theme by Alexander Courage Mudd’s Women Music Composed and Conducted by FRED STEINER Episode #4, Recorded 9/7/66 • Aired #6, 10/13/66 Total Time: 22:01 18. Distant Spaceship / Hint of Danger M11/M12 0:55 19. Still in Danger / Meet Mr. Mudd / Three Venuses M13/M14/M15 1:58 20. Venus Walks / Hello Girls M16/M21 1:29 21. Venus Aboard / Exit Mr. Mudd/ Venus Aboard #2 / Strange Glances / The Last Crystal / Mudd Laffs M22/M23/M24/M24A/M31/M32 2:50 22. Hello Ruth M33 1:03 23. Eve to Magda / Mudd Plan / Mudd’s Perfi dy M34–41/M42/M43 1:07 24. The Venus Drug / Dwindling Power M44/M45 3:03 25. Planet Rigel M51 0:43 26. Space Radio M52 2:46 27. Planet Rigel #2 / Eve Is Out M53/M54 1:20 28. Eve Cooks/Eve Is Tired / Pretty Eve M55/M56–61/M62 3:06 29. Mudd’s Farewell / Back in Orbit† M63/M64 1:20 † Based on a Theme by Alexander Courage The Corbomite Maneuver Music Composed and Conducted by FRED STEINER Episode #3, Recorded 9/20/66 • Aired #10, 11/10/66 Total Time: 7:12 30. Space Cube / Condition Alert M12/M13 1:22 31. Quiet Cube / Radiation M12A/M23A 1:11 32. Cube Radiation M23 1:20 33. Fesarius / Fesarius Approaches M31/M31A 2:06 34. Hideous Balok M33 0:27 35. Baby Balok M61A 0:35 Balance of Terror Music Composed and Conducted by FRED STEINER Episode #9, Recorded 9/20/66 • Aired #14, 12/15/66 Total Time: 5:35 36. The Enterprise / In the Chapel† M11/M11A 1:23 37. Romulan Agitato 9MB 0:58 38. Romulan B.G. 9MC 0:41 39. Romulan Theme M22 0:56 40. Theme From STAR TREK* / Romulan Warship / Romulan Theme 9MA pt 4/M31/M22A tk 3 0:56 41. Romulan Centurion M43 0:32 † Contains “Long, Long Ago” by Thomas Haynes Baly and “Bridal Chorus” by Richard Wagner What Are Little Girls Made Of? Music Composed and Conducted by FRED STEINER Episode #10, Recorded 9/20/66 • Aired #7, 10/20/66 Total Time: 7:18 42. Big Ruk M17A/M17/M17B 0:56 43. Meet Andrea / Android Kirk M22/M22A/M42 1:11 44. Ruk Protect / Ruk Attacks M43/M43A 3:18 45. Ruk Attacks / Enter Andrea M43AB/M54 1:47 The City on the Edge of Forever Music Composed and Conducted by FRED STEINER Interpolating “Goodnight, Sweetheart” by Jimmy Campbell, Reginald Connelly and Ray Noble Episode #28, Recorded 3/24/67 • Aired #28, 4/6/67 Total Time: 9:42 46. New York 1930 M26–30,M26–30B 1:38 47. Edith’s Theme† M33 1:25 48. Edith Suspects† M43 1:21 49. Goodnight, Sweetheart (vocal)† M44 1:28 50. Edith’s Fate† / Edith Must Die M47/M47A 1:16 51. Edith’s Vision† M51 0:46 52. Edith Falls† M61 0:55 53. Edith’s Death† M65 0:38 † Contains “Goodnight, Sweetheart” by Jimmy Campbell, Reginald Connelly and Ray Noble, published by Campbell, Connelly Inc. and EMI Robbins Catalog Inc. (ASCAP). 54. End Title* (cello version, arr./cond. Steiner) 0:45 55. Desilu I.D. (Wilbur Hatch) 0:05 Total Disc Time: 77:56 * Contains “Theme From STAR TREK (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage and Gene Roddenberry This is a CD format release. Order yours at www.lalalandrecords.com starting Sept. 5 at 12noon (pst) La-La Land Records and CBS Studios proudly present STAR TREK: THE ORIGINAL SERIES – THE 1701 COLLECTION VOL. 2, the second in a series of limited edition CD releases that showcase original scores from the landmark sci-fi television series STAR TREK (1966-1969). Containing music originally from our long out-of-print 2012 Original Series Box Set, these exciting volumes utilize the same restored master as that acclaimed release, but feature new packaging by Dan Goldwasser, along with brand new, exclusive liner notes by film music writer and Trek historian, Jeff Bond. This ground-breaking, iconic music, from one of television’s most acclaimed and beloved series, is now again available for fans everywhere! Vol 2 of the 1701 Collection focuses on the Trek TOS music of renowned composers Sol Kaplan, Joseph Mullendore, Gerald Fried, Wilbur Hatch, Fred Steiner and Alexander Courage, containing original music from the classic episodes THE ENEMY WITHIN, THE CONSCIENCE OF THE KING, SHORE LEAVE, CATSPAW, FRIDAY’S CHILD, along with FIRST SEASON LIBRARY CUES and MAIN and END TITLE VARIATIONS. Produced by Lukas Kendall, Neil S. Bulk and Jeff Bond, restored by Chris Malone and mastered by Doug Schwartz, this limited edition 2-CD release of 1701 units, as well as forthcoming volumes of this series, illustrate how the original Trek series scores not only teem with action, adventure and drama, but how they are also infused with deep emotion and the greatness of the human spirit. Such characteristics have kept these richly orchestrated tracks vital and relevant decades beyond their original recording. TRACK LISTING: DISC 1 1. Main Title* (2006 recording, cello version) 0:52 THE ENEMY WITHIN (Total Time: 22:59) 2. The Rock Slide*/Beam Up*/ The Evil Kirk M11/M12/M13 1:11 3. Alter Ego* M14 1:01 4. The Tired Captain* M15 0:42 5. Brandy M16 0:48 6. The Lascivious Captain M17–21 2:37 7. Bruised Knuckles/An Impostor M22/M23 1:34 8. Kirk’s Log*/Indecisive*/Evil Fury M24/M31/M32 2:48 9. Confrontation* M33 2:18 10. The Prone Body*/Shivering Sulu*/No Repair M34–41/M42/M43 0:37 11. What to Do?* M44 0:43 12. Another Brandy/The Evil Grin/Double Dog Death* M45/M46/M51 1:24 13. Spock Takes Over*/Help Me* M52/M53 2:04 14. Evil Triumphs M54–61 1:06 15. Two Into One* M62 2:18 16. One Captain Kirk*/Thank You, Yeoman* M63/M64 1:19 THE CONSCIENCE OF THE KING (Total Time: 26:14) 17. Dagger Sweet’ner/Go for Baroque/Play-Off #1 M11A/M11/M12 1:26 18. Spaceship Titles*/Dr. Leighton’s Face/Bridge #1* M13/M14/M15 1:12 19. Quasi-Sex* (Theme From STAR TREK, jazz version; Courage/Roddenberry, arr. Mullendore) LM5 1:37 20. Lenore M16–21 1:45 21. Kirk and Lenore*/He’s Dead M22/M23 1:43 22. Spaceship*/5 Sex and a ½/Play-Off #2* M24/M25/M26 1:10 23. Spaceship Play-On*/Toast and Corridor*/Lenore’s Kiss/Short Bridge M27/M31/M32/M33 2:31 24. Poison M41 0:37 25. Play-On #2*/Quick Ship*/Phaser Overload M42/M43/M44 1:39 26. Kodos?/Voice Test M45/M46 1:33 27. Everything Is Later*/Play-Off #3* M51/M52 1:52 28. Ship Play-On*/Woodwind Fanfare/Riley Gone M53/M54/M55 1:10 29. Go for Baroque M11 (M56) 1:25 30. I Know That Voice/All Ghosts Dead M57/M58–61 3:02 31. Opheliamania*/Bridge #2*/Last Cue* M62/M63/M64 3:02 SHORE LEAVE (Total Time: 20:35) 32. New Planet/Rabbit Music M10A/10B 2:21 33. School Chum/Finnegan M23/M23A 1:40 34. 2nd Ruth (Ruth) M31A 2:38 35. Old English/Tiger/Costume/Birds/SamuraiM33/M33A/M33B/M34/M34A 3:51 36. Knight/Joust M41/M41A 1:28 37. Dummy/Like Real M43/M44 0:57 38. A Clue/Finnegan’s Return/The Leg Trick/Dirt Trick M45–50 Pt. 1/M45–50 Pt. 2/M51/M53 4:34 39. Tiger Thoughts/Strafing/2nd Samurai/Caretaker/Lazarus M55–60/M55–60A/M55–60B/M61/M62 2:03 40. 2nd Ruth/Ruth to Commercial (2nd Ruth) M31A/M24B 0:51 FIRST SEASON LIBRARY MUSIC (Total Time: 7:38) 41. Impension* LM1 (cond. Steiner) 1:10 42. Lonely to Dramatic* LM3 (cond. Steiner) 1:27 43. Romantic Scene* LM6 (cond. Steiner) 0:47 44. Love Scene* LM4 (cond. Steiner) 1:16 45. Pensive Mood* 13LM2 (cond. Mullendore) 2:10 46. Play-Off (with button)* 13LM5 (cond. Mullendore) 0:15 47. Play-Off (with sustain)* 13LM5A (cond. Mullendore) 0:19 Total Disc Time: 78:41 * Contains “Theme From STAR TREK (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage and Gene Roddenberry Tracks 41–44 recorded with “The Corbomite Maneuver,” “Balance of Terror” and “What Are Little Girls Made Of?” (Vol. 1). Tracks 45–47 recorded with “The Conscience of the King” (pg. 7). ----------- DISC 2 1. Main Title* (2nd Season, Soprano Version) 1:01 CATSPAW (Total Time: 31:30) 2. Starship*/Captain Kirk M11/M12+M12X 1:13 3. Orbiting Ship*/Fog Planet M13/M13A+M13B 1:51 4. Thicker Fog/Witches M14+M14A/M15 1:48 5. Fog Storm/Castle/Second Castle M16–20+M16–20A/M21/M22 2:28 6. Cat Music/Enterprise* M22X/M22A 1:05 7. Follow That Cat/Brain-Washed M23/M24 2:10 8. Drugged/Scene Change Sweetener/Korob/Lap Kitten/Cat as Hostess/Free Meal/The Bribe M25/M25A/M26/M31/M32/M33+M33A/M34 3:27 9. Sylvia/Unguarded Entrances/Sympathetic Magic M35/M36/M37+M37X 2:42 10. Cooking Lesson/Force Field M41/M42 1:31 11. Defeated Captain/Music to Dent Force Fields By M43/M44 1:06 12. Bones, the Zombie M45 0:45 13. Love, Sort Of M51 3:26 14. Kirk Caught/Rescue M52/M53 0:52 15. Racial Memories/Captain Kirk/Mace Fight M54–60/M54–60A/M61 3:32 16. Giant Cat M62+M25A 1:32 17. Wand-Breaking/The Prototypes/Five to Beam Up* M63+M25A/M64+64B/M64A 1:33 FRIDAY'S CHILD (Total Time: 23:23 18. Ship*/Capella IV M11/M12 1:09 19. Captain’s Log* M13A/M13 2:06 20. Klingon Ship/Music for Fruits/The Teer M14/M15/M16-20 1:26 21. The Challenge/Klingon Blip M21/M21A 1:09 22. Distress Signal M22 1:43 23. Arm Barbeque/Slow Turn/Call of Duty M24/M25/M26 0:56 24. Scott/Bones’ Good Idea/Capellan Desert M31/M32/M33A 2:16 25. Belly Feeler M34 2:13 26. Sonic Ambush/Bouncing Boulder M35/M36 1:03 27. Kras on the Rocks/Paternity Case/New Capellan in Town M41/M45/M51 1:43 28. Negative Report/Old Russian Saying/The Mother Splits M53/M54/M55 1:34 29. The Baby Sitter/Road Hog M56/M57 0:44 30. Down the Throat M58 1:13 31. Arrows M61 1:29 32. Forfeit M62 1:32 33. Coochy Coo*/Godfathers* M63/M64 0:40 FIRST SEASON LIBRARY MUSIC (Total Time: 17:11) 34. Love Scene* 13LHM3 (cond. Mullendore) 1:29 35. Humoresque* 13LHM7 (cond. Mullendore) 0:43 36. Humoresque (tag)* 13LHM7A (cond. Mullendore) 0:13 From “Charlie X” (cond. Steiner) 37. That’s a Girl M12X 0:42 38. Kirk’s Command M13X 0:57 39. Charlie’s Mystery M14X 0:45 40. Kirk Puzzled (Library Version #1) M34X 0:39 41. Kirk Puzzled (Library Version #2) M34Y 0:22 42. Kirk Puzzled (Library Version #3) M34Z 0:15 43. Zap Sam M41X 1:01 44. Zap the Pistol (Library Version #1) M42X s1 0:42 45. Zap the Pistol (Library Version #2) M42X s2 0:12 46. Standoff (Library Version #1) M43X 0:54 47. Standoff (Library Version #2) M43Y 0:17 48. Standoff (Library Version #3) M43Z 0:09 49. Zap Janice M52X 1:00 50. Zap the Spaceship (Library Version #1) M54X s1 0:09 51. Zap the Spaceship (Library Version #2) M54X s2 0:06 52. Charlie’s Friend (Library Version #1) M61X s1 0:41 53. Charlie’s Friend (Library Version #2) M61X s3 0:10 From “Mudd’s Women” (cond. Steiner) 54. The Last Crystal (Library Version #1) M31X 0:14 55. The Last Crystal (Library Version #2) M31X s3 0:08 From “The Corbomite Maneuver” (cond. Steiner) 56. Condition Alert M13A 0:14 57. Hideous Balok M33A 0:25 58. Baby Balok M61 0:31 From “Balance of Terror” (cond. Steiner) 59. Theme From STAR TREK* (Library Version #1) 9MA pt 1 0:13 60. Theme From STAR TREK* (Library Version #1) 9MA pt 2 0:15 61. Theme From STAR TREK* (Library Version #1) 9MA pt 3 0:12 62. Theme From STAR TREK* (Library Version #1) 9MA pt 4 0:12 63. Romulan Theme M22/M22A s1 0:52 64. Edith Must Die (Library) M47B (“City on the Edge of Forever,” Steiner) 0:12 65. Joe Berserk (alternate) M21 s3 (“The Naked Time,” Courage) 0:14 66. Leg Trick (alternate) M51/M51A (“Shore Leave,” Fried) 1:02 67. End Title* (2nd Season, Soprano Version) 0:47 Total Disc Time: 74:17 * Contains “Theme From STAR TREK (TV Series)” by Alexander Courage and Gene Roddenberry This is a CD format release.
  10. UNCOMMON VALOR Label: Intrada Special Collection Volume 142 Date: 1983 Tracks: 15 Time = 52:14 At last! Powerhouse early James Horner score for rousing Ted Kotcheff back-to-Vietnam hit with Gene Hackman, Patrick Swayze, Fred Ward. Horner scored action pic during incredible composing period of STAR TREK II, 48 HRS., BRAINSTORM, KRULL, SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES, TESTAMENT, other masterpieces. Kotcheff, hot off success of FIRST BLOOD, deals again with Vietnam vets in action, has composer create music both deeply moving, pulsating with action. Horner starts his signature military-style scoring method here, replete with stirring Americana trumpet solos over strings. Haunting device later graces APOLLO 13, GLORY, IN COUNTRY, COURAGE UNDER FIRE, many others. Action fans will get their fill with dynamic cues for tunnel sequence, helicopter assault, final battle & rescue scenes. Intrada presents complete score from mint condition 1/2" three-track stereo session masters stored in Paramount vaults, including all Vietnamese ensemble overlays used for powerful opening battle, subsequent POW search sequences. Extras include original song "Brothers In The Night", used for film end credits plus orchestral end title by Horner not used in finished film! James Horner conducts. Intrada Special Collection release limited to 3000 copies! The Album 01. Main Title 7:19 02. Airport 2:16 03. Tag 2:44 04. A Lot Of Us Have Been Killed 1:21 05. Steal The Sucker 1:38 06. Yellow Rain 2:39 07. Wilkes In Tunnel 7:30 08. Attack Airbase 3:09 09. Escape Airbase 3:16 10. Choppers Over Hill 2:48 11. Final Escape 2:16 12. End Credits [Not Used In Film] 3:38 Total Score Time: 41:03 The Extras 13. Brothers In The Night - Performed by Ray Kennedy 4:39 (Written by Ray Kennedy, Kevin Dukes, David Ritz) 14. Main Title Extension 2:25 15. Parade Ground [Not Used In Film] 3:54 wie zu erwarten, ehrlich gesagt nichts für mich. Jede Note kenn ich schon bevor ich den Score gehört hab und besser aus anderen Scores... aber freuen sich sicher viele nen Ast... ich spars mir... soll sich wer anders drüber freuen. Die Soundclips find ich schon zum abgewöhnen... (aber naja, eigentlich sollt man sich über den eher erfreuen und alles nachfolgende dann verteufeln, aber man kenn halt die bisher veröffentlichten Sachen...)
  11. It’s been a decade since John Carpenter recorded the material that would become Lost Themes, his debut album of non-film music and the opening salvo in one of Hollywood’s great second acts. Those vibrant, synth-driven songs, made in collaboration with his son Cody Carpenter and godson Daniel Davies, kickstarted a musical renaissance for the pioneering composer and director. In the years since, Carpenter, Carpenter, and Davies have released close to a dozen musical projects, including a growing library of studio albums and the scores for David Gordon Green’s trilogy of Halloween reboots. With Lost Themes IV: Noir, they’ve struck gold again, this time mining the rich history of the film noir genre for inspiration. Since the first Lost Themes, John has referred to these compositions as “soundtracks for the movies in your mind.” On the fourth installment in the series, those movies are noirs. Like the film genre they were influenced by, what makes these songs “noirish” is sometimes slippery and hard to define, and not merely reducible to a collection of tropes. The scores for the great American noir pictures were largely orchestral, while the Carpenters and Davies work off a sturdy synth-and-guitar backbone. The noir quality, then, is something you understand instinctively when you hear it. “Some of the music is heavy guitar riffs, which is not in old noir films,” Davies notes. “But somehow, it’s connected in an emotional way.” The trio’s free-flowing chemistry means Lost Themes IV: Noir runs like a well-oiled machine—the 1951 Jaguar XK120 Roadster from Kiss Me Deadly, perhaps, or the 1958 Plymouth Fury from John’s own Christine. It’s a chemistry that’s helped power one of the most productive stretches of John’s creative life, and Noir proves that it’s nowhere near done yielding brilliant results. “This is who we are, I think,” John summarizes. “Daniel’s the adventurer. He pushes for new sounds, new directions. He tries things that I haven’t thought of. He’s a lot more daring than I am, and he enriches the whole thing. Cody’s the musician. He’s a savant at music. He understands music. We depend on him to rescue us.” And what about John’s contribution? With characteristic understatement, he concludes: “I’m the experience. I’ve done music for movies before.” -Brad Sanders ***Sacred Bones Exclusive Color: Edition of 1000 copies, pressed on Red on Clear Splatter vinyl w/ Screen Printed 7" and a Silver Foil Stamped Jacket*** ***Sacred Bones Record Society version: Edition of 150 copies, pressed on Black and White Splatter on Clear vinyl w/ Screen Printed 7" and a Silver Foil Stamped Jacket, in an exclusive wrap around sleeve, wax sealed, hand-numbered and available by mail-order only. ENROLL HERE.*** All vinyl copies come with a massive 24x36" fold-out poster. Release Date 5/3/24 1. My Name Is Death 05:40 Video 2. Machine Fear 3. Last Rites 4. The Burning Door 5. He Walks By Night 6. Beyond the Gallows 7. Kiss the Blood Off My Fingers 8. Guillotine 9. The Demon's Shadow 10. Shadows Have A Thousand Eyes
  12. Erscheint in den nächsten Monaten und ist dann die Dritte umfängliche Inkarnation dieser Reihe (nach Toshiba EMI/Futerland und nach Toho Music): Es war vor vielen, vielen Jahren nach einer langen und intensiven Suche, bis ich dann schließlich mit dem Score zum zweiten Film (Musik: Masaru Satoh), die Letzte der Toshiba EMI/Futureland CDs in Händen hielt. Wie es halt als Filmmusikhörer manchmal so ist, die Filme (bis auf Teil 1) haben mich hingegen nie sonderlich interessiert. Gelistet sind die CDs mittlerweile u.a. bei Amazon.com, Music Box Records & Ark Square.
  13. Kommt am 30. April ... https://www.facebook.com/groups/95015405220/permalink/10168942967095221/
  14. Quartet Records, in collaboration with Decca Classics and Universal Music Enterprises, presents a remastered CD edition of the unique, fascinating and controversial Bernard Herrmann recording of Gustav Holst’s THE PLANETS. Recorded during his post-Hollywood period when he was based in London, it was one of several albums he conducted for Decca Records’ Phase Four series, featuring both his own music and that of other composers. THE PLANETS has always been considered something of a cursed album, yet it is loved by his fans for an interpretation that is more Herrmann than Holst. The recording was not universally acclaimed when it was released. This was in part because several recordings of the work already on the market were considered classics, thus setting a very high bar for new entries. Some listeners, however, found the heavy tread of Herrmann’s “Mars” an actual plus, its mechanistic bombast far more threatening and imposing than the composer’s own recorded performance. Herrmann’s slow trek through the “big tune” in “Jupiter” was more widely criticized, but Herrmann was far from the only conductor who favored slower tempi in the later stages of their career—including in some of the Phase Four recordings of his own music. Nevertheless, Herrmann’s THE PLANETS sold well. Although reissued several times on LP in the 1970s, Herrmann’s recording of THE PLANETS was only released on CD in Australia in 2011 as part of a Holst compilation on Decca Eloquence. This new, first-ever solo CD edition has been restored and mastered by Chris Malone from the original master tapes transferred by UME in the UK, and features brilliant, extensive liner notes by classical and film music writer Frank K. DeWald alongside the original LP liner notes by renowned musicologist Harry Halbreich. Mars, The Bringer of War (8:43) Venus, The Bringer of Peace (10:04) Mercury, The Winged Messenger (4:34) Jupiter, The Bringer of Jollity (9:06) Saturn, The Bringer of Old Age (9:31) Uranus, The Magician (6:54) Neptune, The Mystic (8:11) Total Disc Time: 57:06
  15. CITY HALL - Jerry Goldsmith (1996) 01. The Bridge (2:05) 02. The Meet (2:57) 03. The Hospital (2:17) 04. When I Was A Kid (2:21) 05. The Cabin (1:06) 06. The King Maker (2:22) 07. Old Friends (2:49) 08. Swartz Is Dead (2:45) 09. Think About It (1:22) 10. The Report (1:37) 11. Take A Vacation (3:31) 12. Count On It (4:50) CITY HALL gehört sicher nicht zu seinen großen Meisterwerken, aber der Score nimmt im Schaffen der 90er Jahre dennoch eine kleine Sonderrolle ein. Dies hängt in erster Linie mit der eher ungewöhnlichen Orchestrierung zusammen. Goldsmith greift hier nicht ausschließlich auf seine vielfach erprobte Mischung aus Orchester und Elektronik zurück, sondern räumt einigen Instrumenten eine deutliche Sonderrolle ein. Im Vordergrund stehen dabei die Kesselpauken, die teilweise wie ein Soloinstrument behandelt werden und weite Teile der Musik dominieren. Außerdem fällt der Flügel auf, der hier vornehmlich als Rhythmusinstrument genutzt wird. Die vor allem von Holzbläsern getragenen Themen des Scores weisen eine an Jazz erinnernde Trägheit auf und verleihen der Musik eine gewisse Melancholie, die sich bei Goldsmith sonst eher selten findet. Die brillant strukturierten Actionpassagen weichen dabei deutlich von den anderen Werken dieser Zeit ab und man hat nie den Eindruck, dass Goldsmith in seine Action-Routine verfällt. Einige Elemente von CITY HALL erinnern an die Musik zu A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE von Alex North, die Goldsmith im selben Jahr für Varèse eingespielt hat. Der Beginn des Titels "Old Friends" könnte sogar fast als direktes Zitat durchgehen. Für mich persönlich handelt es sich bei der Musik zu CITY HALL um ein kleines Juwel im (nicht immer überzeugenden) Spätwerk von Jerry Goldsmith.
  16. Bei MusicBoxRecords (mit Hörproben): https://www.musicbox-records.com/en/cd-soundtracks/14405-arsene-lupin-expanded-20th-anniversary-edition.html Beim Soundtrackcorner: https://www.soundtrackcorner.de/arsene-lupin-expanded-20th-anniversary-edition-p9512.htm ####### Die drei Hörproben klingen eigentlich ganz vielversprechend, aber bleibt die Frage, ob das die zwei Stunden trägt. Da reicht dann doch vielleicht das alte Album, was schon mit 73 Minuten sehr voll war? (und noch zu finden ist.) Kennt jemand die Musik etwas besser?
  17. Doom (2005) was a big-budget feature film adaptation of the hit game from id Software, starring Karl Urban, Rosamund Pike and Dwayne Johnson (billed as The Rock). A team of marines are sent through a portal to a research facility on Mars, where they must battle demonic creatures which are revealed to be mutated humans from genetic experiments. Doom was an action-packed romp noted for its nods to videogame culture, creature design by Stan Winston Studios, and lengthy first-person shooter sequence. One of its most successful elements is its forward-thinking score by Clint Mansell, blending orchestra and electronics with authentic “alt. rock” elements, including a remix of the Nine Inch Nails song “You Know What You Are.” Mansell’s score smartly evolves from haunted-house spookiness to balls-out action, all impeccably produced. “I wanted to sort of capture the adrenaline and that sort of metal thrash that goes with the game and world in my opinion. It’s like it needed something edgy,” Mansell said at the time. “The original thought was to do a big orchestral score, and there is some orchestra in it, but it’s a very contemporary-type movie and the score needed to be contemporary, too.” Doom was released as a 22-track, hour-long by Varèse Sarabande at the time of the film. This new Deluxe Edition expands the content to two discs, with 41 tracks and over 140 minutes. The 20-page booklet features liner notes by Daniel Schweiger and two double-page interior spreads of newly commissioned artwork by Micha Huigen. Produced and Programmed by: Clint Mansell Orchestra Recorded and Mixed by: Geoff Foster Mastered by: Chas Ferry and Melinda Hurley Track List: CD 1: 1. Doom (Main Title) 2. Pray For War 3. Facing Demons 4. Olduvai 5. Into Action 6. Stealth 7. Searching 8. Access Denied 9. Sibling Rivalry 10. A Discovery 11. Goat's Demons 12. Nano Wall / Carmack 13. Zombie-Blood Gone 14. Down In The Sewer 15. Man Down 16. Taking Control 17. Carmack's Return 18. Childhood Memories 19. Mac Attacked 20. Resurrection 21. BFG 22. Bathroom Break 23. Destroyed 24. Clip Drop 25. Death From Above CD 2: 1. Infirmaray 2. Experimental Stahl 3. UAC Data 4. Containment Breach 5. It's Choosing 6. Kill Em All (A) 7. Kill Em All (B) 8. Mass Onslaught 9. C 24 10. First Person Shooter 11. Last Man Standing 12. Semper Fi 13. Fight Scene 14. Almost Home 15. You Know What You Are? (For E.C. Pt. 1) (Clint Mansell Remix) 16. Doom (For E.C. Pt. 2)
  18. Kommt auch auf Vinyl, einmal schwarze Pressung und einmal weiß mit blauem Streifen, limitiert auf 400 Stück, beziehungsweise 100 Stück.
  19. Neues aus der „Rob Zombie presents" Reihe. Rob Zombie and Waxwork Records have partnered to release an exclusive, curated line of classic Horror movie soundtracks. “Rob Zombie Presents” features several never-before-released film soundtracks that were personally selected by the singer, songwriter, and filmmaker. “I have always been a huge fan of movie soundtracks. So I jumped at the opportunity to work with Waxwork on this project.” Says Zombie, “I can’t wait to release these albums. So many of these films are greatly under appreciated and, they all contain such great music. So, to be able to release these deluxe packages is a dream come true.“ - Rob Zombie In collaboration with Rob Zombie, Waxwork Records is thrilled to release Rob Zombie Presents HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Von Dexter. Starring Vincent Price, HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL is a 1959 American Horror film produced and directed by William Castle. Vincent Price plays an eccentric millionaire, Frederick Loren, who, along with his wife Annabelle, has invited five people to a house for a "haunted house" party. Whoever stays in the house for one night will earn $10,000. As the night progresses, the guests are trapped within the house with an assortment of terrors. The film uses many props used in carnival haunted houses to generate fear and terror. The film is also known for its promotional gimmick, Emergo, which included a "flying skeleton" that would appear over the audience as they enjoyed the film in a movie theater. Waxwork worked with the rights holders of the original film elements which have been restored, allowing for the best source material of this never-before-released soundtrack album. In addition to the original music by composer Von Dexter, this release features segments of the film's dialogue and sound effects appealingly included and sourced from the restored original soundtrack. Included in this very special release is the first part of an exclusive two-part interview conducted by Rob Zombie with Vincent Price's daughter, Victoria Price. Part two will be included with Waxwork's upcoming release of Rob Zombie Presents The Last Man On Earth! Von Dexter (1912-1996) was an American composer born in Aurora, Illinois. He later moved to Chicago where his professional music career began playing in bars and nightclubs. After gaining a music degree at USC, he moved to California where he became the West Coast MD for NBC. In addition to House On Haunted Hill, Dexter composed the scores for other William Castle films including 13 Ghosts and The Tingler. Rob Zombie Presents HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Features: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Von Dexter 150 Gram Pink & Black Hand Poured Color Vinyl Exclusive Interview Conducted by Rob Zombie with Victoria Price Artwork By Graham Humphreys Deluxe Gatefold Packaging with Matte Satin Coating Four Page Booklet Select Dialogue & Sound Effects from the film included
  20. LA-LA LAND RECORDS FEELS THE NEED FOR SPEED!!! NEW RELEASE: MARCH 1, 2024 Available to order NOW at www.lalalandrecords.com “TOP GUN: LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET)” Music by Harold Faltermeyer Limited Edition of 5000 Units RETAIL PRICE: $29.98 STARTS SHIPPING MARCH 11 The first 150 orders of TOP GUN will get a CD Booklet autographed by the composer at no additional charge. Autographs are available while supplies last and ARE NOT GUARANTEED. La-La Land Records, Paramount Pictures and Columbia Records present the world premiere official release of renowned composer Harold Faltermeyer’s (FLETCH, BEVERLY HILLS COP, THE RUNNING MAN) original motion picture score to the iconic 1986 aerial blockbuster action/drama TOP GUN, starring Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis, and directed by Tony Scott. Composer Faltermeyer defined the 80’s film score pop-synth landscape with such legendary scores as BEVERLY HILLS COP and FLETCH only to re-define it further with TOP GUN, a propulsive and imaginative musical juggernaut that still inspires and influences film scores today – including the recent smash TOP GUN: MAVERICK. Aside from two previously released tracks, this remastered and expanded deluxe 2-CD presentation marks the first time Faltermeyer’s TOP GUN score has been made officially available in any format! Disc One showcases the brilliant film score, along with bonus demo cues, and Disc Two presents songs from the film, including the #1 hits “Danger Zone,” performed by Kenny Loggins and the Oscar-Winning “Take My Breath Away,” performed by Berlin – both co-written and produced by the great Giorgio Moroder – as well as “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling,” performed by The Righteous Brothers and more, plus additional bonus tracks. Produced by for La-La Land Records by Dan Goldwasser, mastered by Doug Schwartz and approved by the composer, this limited edition of 5000 units includes exclusive, in-depth liner notes by writer Tim Greiving, with new interview quotes from Faltermeyer, and high-flyin’ art design by Goldwasser. A must-have for all film music and pop culture fans that’ll take your breath away! TRACK LISTING: DISC 1 1. Main Title* 2:41 2. Carrier Takeoffs and Landings** 1:46 3. Two Migs, Not One†/Cougar Chased by Mig/Mav Flips the Bird*/Cougar’s Troubled Landing 6:58 4. Mav Goes to Fightertown** 1:49 5. Jester Flying*** 3:10 6. Tower Flyby* 1:10 7. Viper Comes Down on Mav 0:50 8. Mav and Goose In Room 2:06 9. Dinner at Charlie’s§ 1:32 10. Mav Says Goodbye to Charlie§ 2:40 11. Love Scene§ 3:41 12. Mav vs Viper 2:11 13. End Locker Room and Photo 0:46 14. Aerial Sequence** 1:27 15. Goose’s Death/Memories 4:10 16. Mav Reflects in Goose’s Room/Board of Inquiry/Charlie and Mav in Airport Bar 11:03 17. Viper’s House Pt. 1# 1:15 18. Viper’s House Pt. 2 1:57 19. Carrier Ready Room and Takeoffs# 2:47 20. Mav is Launched/Mav Bugs Out/Mav Returns to Battle#/Return to Carrier* 11:11 BONUS TRACKS 21. Top Gun Theme (original demo - May 4, 1985) 3:34 22. Top Gun Theme (revised demo - August 1, 1985) 4:18 23. Top Gun Theme (revised demo reprise - August 1, 1985) 4:12 TOTAL DISC 1 TIME = 77:58 DISC 2 1. “Danger Zone” - Kenny Loggins 3:36 2. “Mighty Wings” - Cheap Trick 3:51 3. “Playing With the Boys” - Kenny Loggins 3:59 4. “Lead Me On” - Teena Marie 3:47 5. “Take My Breath Away (Love Theme From “Top Gun”)” - Berlin 4:15 6. “Hot Summer Nights” - Miami Sound Machine 3:38 7. “Heaven In Your Eyes” - Loverboy 4:04 8. “Through the Fire” - Larry Greene 3:45 9. “Destination Unknown” - Marietta 3:48 10. “Top Gun Anthem” - Harold Faltermeyer & Steve Stevens 4:12 11. “(Sittin’ On) the Dock of the Bay” - Otis Redding 2:41 12. “Memories” - Harold Faltermeyer 2:55 13. “Great Balls of Fire” - Jerry Lee Lewis 1:50 14. “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’” - The Righteous Brothers 3:42 15. “Playing With The Boys (Dance Mix)” - Kenny Loggins 6:41 16 .“Dog Fight #3” - Harold Faltermeyer 2:40 17. “Radar Radio” - Giorgio Moroder feat. Joe Pizzulo 3:42 BONUS TRACKS 18. First Shot of Mav and Goose (unused)* 0:53 19. Don’t Worry About the Mig (unused)§ 0:24 20. Top Gun Theme (extended album mix) 4:44 TOTAL DISC 2 TIME = 69:45 TOTAL ALBUM TIME = 2:27:43 * consists of “Top Gun Anthem” ** consists of “Danger Zone” *** consists of “Mighty Wings” § consists of “Take My Breath Away” † contains material not in film # contains an interpolation of “Top Gun Anthem” This is a CD format release.
  21. https://de-de.facebook.com/lalalandrecords/ LLL versucht's im April mit einem Western und einem militärischen Machwerk. Meine Sache ist's nicht.
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