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General Magic


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Music by Benji Merrison

Benji Merrison’s hypnotic, lyrical soundtrack to the story of General Magic, Sarah Kerruish and Matt Maude‘s award winning documentary about the 1989 Silicon Valley startup.

“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” – Alan Kay

From the first smartphones to social media, e-commerce and even emojis, the ideas that now dominate the tech industry and our day-to-day lives were born at General Magic, a 1989 Silicon Valley startup that most of us haven’t heard of. General Magic is the story of one of history’s most talented technology teams and this documentary is a tale of how great vision and epic failure can change the world. With members of the original Mac team and the creators of the iPhone, Android, eBay and more, this is the story of one of history’s most talented teams and what happens when those who dream big fail, fail again, fail better and ultimately succeed.

Premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival 2018, General Magic has already won Best Documentary at the LA Film Awards and Williamsburg Independent Film Festival, as well as the Jury Award at Napa Valley Film Festival.

Benji Merrison is an award winning composer, known for BBC’s Dynasties, Class, Horizon and ITV’s Victoria. His distinctive musical voice is in high demand and he has scored music for hundreds of projects across film, television, installations and events. He has worked with all major UK broadcasters, along with many other networks and brands worldwide.

1. Valley of Sorrows
2. Ancient Technology
3. The Profit Leaves
4. A Vision in Time
5. Spinning out of the Core
6. Supernovas
7. Engineering Passions
8. Scheduling
9. Industry Secrets
10. Making Headlines
11. Challenges
12. Too Many Columns
13. Ship Or Die
14. Goes on Sale
15. System Crash
16. Making the Wave
17. Already in a Museum
18. Losing Everything
19. A Warning
20. The Dream


Informer


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Music by Ilan Eshkeri

Ilan Eshkeri’s soundtrack to BBC’s hit character-driven thriller set in East London featuring Paddy Considine, Nabhaan Rizwan, Bel Powley.

Informer is a complex story that explores identity and how a situation can change the perception of an individual. Raza, a young second generation British-Pakistani man from East London is coerced by Gabe, a Counter-Terrorism Officer into informing for him. Gabe, who has a past he wants to remain secret, is joined by Holly, his new and ambitious partner whose endless curiosity becomes a threat to him. As the central counter-terrorism investigation heats up, the stakes for all three, their families and relationships, get higher and higher.

Composed as five stand-alone pieces of music, the score is made up of repeating lines of melodies performed by individual instruments. This reflects the dynamic of the characters in the show, as they weave in and out of each other’s lives with their own agendas. The score is made up from variations of these pieces of music.

The album is presented with each complete piece and its variations following so that the listener can unravel the elements in the main piece.

The score features vocals by Daisy Chute, former member of the classical cross over vocal quartet All Angels. It is performed by Sinfonia Nord and conducted by Atli Örvarsson.

1. Informer 1
2. Informer 1 (Variation 1)
3. Informer 3
4. Informer 3 (Variation 1)
5. Informer 3 (Variation 2)
6. Informer 3 (Variation 3)
7. Informer 4
8. Informer 4 (Variation 1)
9. Informer 7
10. Informer 7 (Variation 1)
11. Informer 7 (Variation 2)
12. Informer 9
13. Informer 9 (Variation 1)


The Box of Delights


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Music by Roger Limb and The BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Poet Laureate John Masefield’s classic 1935 fantasy was brought to TV screens in 1984 at a cost of £1 million, the most expensive children’s series to date in the history of the BBC. A forerunner to the work of CS Lewis, Roald Dahl and JK Rowling, the series remains a golden memory of 80s childhood. Starring Patrick Troughton and Robert Stephens and filmed in a variety of scenic locations in the UK, it’s the story of a young schoolboy whose ownership of a magic box allows him to shrink, fly, revisit the past and experience incredible wonders and creatures. The series was renowned for its ambitious special effects scooping three BAFTA awards, one for best children’s series and two for television craft. Composer Roger Limb, a specialist in electronic music and working with The BBC Radiophonic Workshop is famed for his Doctor Who work but his range extended much further than science-fiction and includes Martin Luther: Heretic and the Look And Read serials. Much like the visuals the music matches with a truly innovative score combining real instruments with synthesised sounds. Included on this CD release is the delightful original theme, Victor Hely-Hutchinson’s Carol Symphony: Andante quasi lento e cantabile performed by the Pro Arte Orchestra.

1. The Box of Delights – Opening Titles
2. The Time That Likings are Made
3. A Warning of Wolves
4. A Tosser to my Kick
5. The White Rider
6. Phoenix in the Fire
7. Out of the Cold
8. A Mountain in Switzerland
9. Last Minute Christmas Shopping
10. King Arthur’s Camp
11. King Arthur’s Camp (reprise)
12. King Arthur’s Camp (continued)
13. The Box of Delights
14. Towards Dawn
15. Scrobblers
16. Snowman
17. Herne the Hunter
18. Go Small
19. Go Swift
20. That Boy
21. In Darkest Cellars Underneath
22. Lighting the Tree
23. Kitchen Fugue / Here Comes the Posset
24. Sweet Dreams
25. On the Flood
26. Over the Weir
27. Return to Seekings
28. Maria Scrobbled
29. Kay and Peter Fly to the Chester Hills
30. Peter Scrobbled
31. A Dream
32. Kay Returns to Chesters
33. The Spider in the Web
34. Our Final Plans
35. The Key to All the Trouble
36. The Boy with No Shadow
37. Waterfall Boy
38. Under my Hand
39. Leave Us Not Little
40. Slave of the Night
41. Is it Near?
42. Know Your Fate
43. Nor Yet Dark
44. The End of Abner Brown
45. To Tatchester
46. Christmas Eve
47. Home for the Holidays
48. The Box of Delights – Closing Titles
49. Christmas Day In The Morning *
50. Carol Symphony: Andante quasi lento e cantabile *

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* Tracks 49 and 50 are available on the CD only.


Doctor Who Series 11


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Music by Segun Akinola

Bigger and bolder than ever, Series 11 marks the arrival of the Thirteenth Doctor, award-winning actress Jodie Whittaker – a super-smart explorer of the universe, alongside a team of new friends and delightful characters. The new series heralds a brand-new era for Doctor Who, full of action and adventure, humour and heart – an unmissable high-end drama everyone will enjoy.

Segun Akinola is a multi-talented composer who has strengthened many projects with his musical acumen and is a BAFTA Breakthrough Brit. Segun’s work includes scoring BBC Two’s landmark four-part series Black and British: A Forgotten History, written and presented by Historian David Olusoga. He also scored Shola Amoo’s debut feature film A Moving Image, which had its world premiere at the 2016 LA Film Festival.

“Where do I even begin?! Working on series 11 has been nothing short of the experience of a lifetime. I have loved every single minute of it. From working closely with the production team, to writing the character themes to recording the New Year Special, it’s truly been so much fun”. Segun Akinola

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Volume 1

01. Series 11 Opening Titles
02. Getting That Bike
03. Long Story
04. This New Nose Is So Unreliable
05. The Warrior
06. Sonic Screwdriver
07. The Doctor
08. You Really Need To Get Out Of Those Clothes
09. Three Suns
10. Make It Through Those Ruins
11. My Beautiful Ghost Monument
12. Missing You
13. Insurance Policy
14. My Fam
15. Tsuranga
16. Resus One
17. Kerblam
18. Help In Dispatch
19. Ranskoor Av Kolos
20. The Shrine
21. Keep Your Faith

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Volume 2

01. Thirteen
02. Get Out That Door
03. Parks, Rosa Parks
04. Artron Energy
05. This Is Very Bad News
06. Fishing Take Down
07. Stand Up Now
08. A Living Icon For Freedom
09. Umbreen
10. Thijarian Hive
11. I Love You Nani
12. Yaz And Nani End Credits
13. King James
14. Tendril
15. Morax
16. Reverse The Polarity
17. Made A New Friend
18. Rebuilt
19. Me And My Mates
20. Series 11 End Credits


Dynasties


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Music by Benji Merrison and Will Slater

Taking over four years to produce and presented by Sir David Attenborough, Dynasties is the latest project from BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit, the division responsible for Planet Earth and Blue Planet, “Dynasties is a new kind of natural history event. Five episodes, five of the most celebrated and endangered animals on the planet. Never before have we presented a landmark series with such powerful storytelling – about families, leaders and heroes. Never before has a landmark offered the viewer the opportunity to follow the lives of animals in such detail, each fighting against overwhelming odds for their own survival and the future of their families. These are some of the most dramatic and intense stories of their kind ever told”. – Executive Producer Michael Gunton and Series Producer Rupert Barrington.

Benji Merrison is an award winning composer providing bespoke music for film and television. His distinctive musical voice is in high demand and he has scored music for hundreds of projects across film, television, installations and events. He has worked with all major UK broadcasters, along with many other networks and brands worldwide.

Will Slater has been composing for television for close to 20 years and his extensive CV includes Planet Earth Live, Africa, Shark and One Strange Rock.

DISC ONE

01 Dynasties Opening Titles

CHIMPANZEE
02 Offspring / Come To His Side
03 Jumkin Gets The Message / His Rivals Close Ranks
04 Find The Strength
05 David Left For Dead
06 David Returns Lost and Found
07 Dissent in the Ranks / The Long Grass
08 David Shows Strength
09 Not Willing to Accept
10 Rains

EMPEROR
11 A New Landscape
12 Emperor Extended
13 Away From The Storm
14 Keeping a Snowball Warm / Graceful Ritual
15 Long Brutal Winter
16 Under The Bright Moon / Casualties Are Revealed
17 The Ravine
18 First Sight / Emperor Finale

LION
19 Lion Intro
20 The Marsh Pride / Sienna Rejoins Pride
21 Hippo Chase
22 A Week Later Part Two / A New Beginning
23 Alan Is Poisoned / Never See Him Again
24 Relentless
25 Pride Theme
26 Head of a Dynasty
27 The Lion’s Dynasty

DISC TWO

PAINTED WOLVES
01 Painted Wolves Intro
02 Tait Bides / Tait’s Theme
03 Blacktip’s Pack
04 Baboon Encounter
05 The Safest Place
06 Smash and Grab
07 Tait’s Daughter is Injured
08 Dry Season Becomes Drought / Grave Dangers
09 Far Beyond The Boundary
10 Death of Tait

TIGER
11 Tiger Intro
12 Raj Bhera Theme
13 She Vanishes
14 Becoming Older / Parental Duties
15 Between Feeds / Amorous Peacock
16 Invaded Again
17 The Drought
18 The Whole Family
19 Harder Times Long
20 Raj Bhera Finale
21 She Follows / End Titles


The Nativity – Cinematic Christmas Carols


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Music by London Music Works
Bringing the sound of Hollywood blockbuster to well loved seasonal favourites, The Nativity includes traditional Christmas Carols arranged in a dramatic, orchestral and cinematic style, utilising both electronic arrangements and a full size classical orchestra.

Introducing a potent mix of film, TV & trailer soundtrack composers and arrangers, with this album, London Music Works gives the best-loved Christmas songs a sonic makeover.

1. Carol Of The Bells (Introduction) – Matt Nicholson
2. O Holy Night Scott – Buckley
3. The First Nowell – Scott Buckley
4. The Holly And The Ivy – Evan Jolly
5. Once In Royal David’s City – Blake Robinson
6. God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen – Steve Mazzaro
7. In The Bleak Midwinter – Snorre Tidemand
8. Angels We Have Heard On High – Snorre Tidemand
9. O Christmas Tree – Henri Vartio
10. O Come, All Ye Faithful – Piotr Musial
11. O Come, O Come, Emmanuel – Evan Jolly
12. Away In A Manger – Evan Jolly
13. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing – Matt Nicholson
14. Joy To The World – Matt Nicholson
15. Silent Night – Matt Nicholson
16. Carol Of The Bells (Closing) – Christopher Slaski


Carter Burwell – Music for Film


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The culmination point of Film Fest Gent’s film music programme is the annual World Soundtrack Awards Gala where several awards are distributed to celebrate outstanding achievements in scoring music for motion pictures. Each year a major film composer is invited to present his work during this prestigious event. Furthermore Film Fest Gent and partner Brussels Philharmonic record an album with their music. This year (2018) we are honoured to welcome Academy Award-nominated composer Carter Burwell, considered one of the most brilliant film composers of his generation. Burwell is known for his compelling scores including ‘Being John Malkovich’, ‘In Bruges’, ‘Where The Wild Things Are’, ‘Twilight’ and his unique collaborations with some of the world’s most respected filmmakers such as the Coen Brothers (‘Fargo’, ‘No Country for Old Men’) and Todd Haynes (‘Carol’, ‘Wonderstruck’, ‘Mildred Pierce’).

“In reflecting on the honour that the Ghent Film Festival has paid me this year, I’ve looked back at the random path that’s brought me here. It had never been my intention to be a composer of film scores – or a composer at all. But after Joel and Ethan Coen bestowed that title on me with the film ‘Blood Simple’, and then asked me to write an orchestral score for ‘Miller’s Crossing’ (knowing perfectly well I had no experience doing that), I began to believe that I was in some sense a composer and have tried to be worthy of that title.

A film composer is two things: a composer and a filmmaker. It’s not easy to separate these two things, and I generally find it off-putting to take the music, written for particular characters, particular dialogue, particular action, out of its context for performance on its own. In the case of the compositions presented here, I’m endlessly grateful to Dirk Brossé and the Brussels Philharmonic for giving the music its own life.” – Carter Burwell

1. Miller’s Crossing End Credits (From “Miller’s Crossing”)
2. Fargo, North Dakota (From “Fargo”)
3. The Spanish Prisoner (From “The Spanish Prisoner”)
4. Friend? (From “Gods and Monsters”)
5. Puppet Love (From “Being John Malkovich”)
6. The Trial of Ed Crane (From “The Man Who Wasn’t There”)
7. Prologue / Medieval Waters (From “In Bruges”)
8. Bella’s Lullaby (From “Twilight”)
9. A Serious Man (From “A Serious Man”)
10. River Crossing / Talk About Suffering / The Wicked Flee (From “True Grit”)
11. Mildred Pierce Opening Titles (From “Mildred Pierce”)
12. Olive Opening (From “Olive Kitteridge”)
13. Opening (From “Carol”)
14. Anomalisa Overture (From “Anomalisa”)
15. Flags and Steeples (From “The Founder”)
16. 5 A.M. / Hail, Caesar! (From “Hail, Caesar!”)
17. Drawing Pooh (From “Goodbye Christopher Robin”)
18. Silent Whispers / Little Girl, Big City (From “Wonderstruck”)
19. My Dear Anne / Billboards on Fire (From “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”)


Doctor Who: The Invasion


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Music by Don Harper, Special Sounds by Brian Hodgson & The BBC Radiophonic Workshop

The Invasion was an eight part Doctor Who story made and transmitted in 1968. Written by Derrick Sherwin (from a story by Kit Pedler) it starred Patrick Troughton as the second Doctor. At the helm was Douglas Camfield, one of popular television’s most maverick and talented directors in the 1960s and 1970s. The music was composed by Don Harper, the third Australian émigré composer (after Ron Grainer and Dudley Simpson) to work on the programme.

The master tape of the music for ‘The Invasion’ was lost soon after transmission, but Harper retained a 7½ ips ‘composer’s copy’ that forms the basis of this release. Additionally, the score was augmented by extensive use of electronic sounds by Brian Hodgson of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.

1 Doctor Who (new opening theme, 1967)
2 The Dark Side of the Moon (Music 2 Variation)
3 The Company (Music 7)
4 Hiding (Music 8)
5 International Electromatics Headquarters (Music 3)
6 Muzak
7 The Cyber Director (Music 5)
8 The Cybermen, My Allies (Music 7)
9 Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart (Music 12a)
10 Plans for Invasion (Music 8)
11 Mysteries (Music 12)
12 Fire Escape (Music 11)
13 The Dark Side of the Moon (Reprise) (Music 2)
14 The Cybermen, My Allies (Reprise) (Music 7, looped)
15 Music 4 (Trapped in Gas Chamber – v. 1 & 2)
16 Music 9
17 Music 10
18 Music 13
19 Music 14
20 Music 15a
21 Music 15b
22 Music 15c
23 Music 15d
24 Music 15e
25 Music 15f
26 Music 15g
27 Music 15h
28 Music 16a
29 Music 16b
30 Music 16c
31 Music 16d
32 Music 16e
33 Music 16f
34 Music 16g
35 Part of TARDIS disappears
36 All of TARDIS disappears
37 TARDIS take off slow and painful
38 International Electromatics Headquarters Exterior
39 International Electromatics Headquarters Interior
40 Computer
41 Cyber Director Appears
42 Cyber Director Constant
43 Cyberman Brought To Life
44 Cyber Invasion


Doctor Who: The Five Doctors


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Music by Peter Howell & The BBC Radiophonic Workshop

The Five Doctors, made and transmitted as a 90-minute special in 1983, was the 20th anniversary outing for the good Doctor, seeing the incumbent Peter Davison joined by previous incarnations Richard Hurndall (standing in for the deceased William Hartnell), Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker. The latter declined to return in person so soon after he had left, so was represented by some footage from “lost” story ‘Shada’.

The music was composed by Peter Howell at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. It was, in accordance with normal practice at the time, mixed in mono, so is presented here within a subtle mono-compatible stereo image. The sound effects for the story were by Dick Mills, but Peter was anxious to include the Death Zone atmosphere as part of the score so – with Dick still working on a previous project for a while – created that effect himself. The story would later be edited into the standard 4 x 25m episode format for syndication, for which Peter provided some additional “cliff hanger” cues.
In 1995, producer Paul Vanezis was contracted by BBC Video to produce a “Special Edition” of the story, extended beyond the original length (as determined by the transmission slot) and featuring updated visual effects. It was also decided to mix it in Dolby Surround (later updated to full 5.1 surround for DVD) so Peter Howell was called in to rework the music. Both versions of the score are presented complete on this release.

1 Doctor Who – Opening Theme (The Five Doctors)
2 New Console
3 The Eye of Orion
4 Cosmic Angst
5 Melting Icebergs
6 Great Balls of Fire
7 My Other Selves
8 No Coordinates
9 Bus Stop
10 No Where, No Time
11 Dalek Alley and The Death Zone
12 Hand in the Wall
13 Who Are You?
14 The Dark Tower / My Best Enemy
15 The Game of Rassilon
16 Cybermen I
17 Below
18 Cybermen II
19 The Castellan Accused / Cybermen III
20 Raston Robot
21 Not the Mind Probe
22 Where There’s a Wind, There’s a Way
23 Cybermen vs Raston Robot
24 Above and Between
25 As Easy as Pi
26 Phantoms
27 The Tomb of Rassilon
28 Killing You Once was Never Enough
29 Oh, Borusa
30 Mindlock
31 Immortality
32 Doctor Who Closing Theme – The Five Doctors Edit
33 Death Zone Atmosphere
34 End of Episode 1 (Sarah Falls)
35 End of Episode 2 (Cybermen III variation)
36 End of Episode 3 (Nothing to Fear)
37 The Five Doctors Special Edition: Prologue (Premix)
38 Doctor Who – Opening Theme (The Five Doctors Special Edition)
39 The Five Doctors Special Edition: Prologue
40 The Eye of Orion / Cosmic Angst (Special Edition)


100 Greatest Science Fiction Themes


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An update to Silva Screen’s 2002 release, The Science Fiction Album. Performed by The City of Prague Philharmonic and London Music Works, this comprehensive 6 CD collection features music from the latest Sci-Fi blockbusters; from Ready Player One, Solo: A Star Wars Story, and Blade Runner 2049, all the way back to 1950s classics The Day The Earth Stood Still and Forbidden Planet.

This release brings together the best selection of Science Fiction music spanning almost a century, through a thorough overview of musical styles, themes and techniques. It spotlights music from Hollywood heavyweights and classically trained legends (John Williams, John Barry, Ennio Morricone, Bernard Hermann), electronic experimenters (Bebe & Louis Barron, Vangelis) and Jazz influenced composers (Bill Conti, Henry Mancini) to the new generation, who combine orchestral sounds with electronics (David Arnold, Johann Johannsson, Ramin Djawadi, Steve Jablonsky, Hanz Zimmer, Clint Mansell).

Disc 1

01. Main Title (From “Ready Player One”) (Alan Silvestri)
02. Corellia Chase (From “Solo: A Star Wars Story”) (John Powell)
03. Finale (From “Star Wars: The Last Jedi”) (John Williams)
04. 2049 (From “Blade Runner 2049”) (Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch)
05. Showtime, A-Holes (From “Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2”) (Tyler Bates)
06. Theme (From “Star Trek: Discovery”) (Jeff Russo)
07. Heptapod B (From “Arrival”) (Johann Johannsson)
08. Space Station (From “Mars”) (Nick Cave, Warren Ellis)
09. Spacewalk (From “Passengers”) (Thomas Newman)
10. (From “Stranger Things”) (Kyle Dixon, Michael Stein)
11. Westworld (Ramin Djawadi)
12. Warcraft (Ramin Djawadi)
13. The Imperial Suite (From “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”) (Michael Giacchino)
14. Rey’s Theme (From “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”) (John Williams)
15. March Of The Resistance (From “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”) (John Williams)
16. Farewell And The Trip (From “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”) (John Williams)
17. Skin (From “Ex Machina”) (Ben Salisbury)
18. Tessa (From “Transformers: Age Of Extinction”) (Steve Jablonsky)

Disc 2

01. Cornfield Chase (From “Interstellar”) (Hans Zimmer)
02. No Time For Caution (From “Interstellar”) (Hans Zimmer)
03. The Hanging Tree (From “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1”) (James Newton Howard)
04. Gravity (Steven Price)
05. Iron Man 3 (Brian Tyler)
06. London Calling (From “Star Trek Into Darkness”) (Michael Giacchino)
07. Waking Up (From “Oblivion”) (M83: Anthony Gonzalez, Joseph Trapanese)
08. Life (From “Prometheus”) (Harry Gregson Williams)
09. Person Of Interest (Ramin Djawadi)
10. Theme (From “Doctor Who: Series 5”) (Ron Grainer)
11. It’s Our Fight (From “Transformers: Dark Of The Moon”) (Steve Jablonsky)
12. Suite (From “Super 8”) (Michael Giacchino)
13. The Consolations Of Philosophy (From “Black Mirror”) (Max Richter)
14. A Dream Within A Dream (From “Inception”) (Hans Zimmer)
15. Mombasa (From “Inception”) (Hans Zimmer)
16. Time (From “Inception”) (Hans Zimmer)
17. Outlands (From “Tron: Legacy”) (Daft Punk: Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Thomas Bangalter)
18. Recognizer (From “Tron: Legacy”) (Daft Punk: Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Thomas Bangalter)
19. War (From “Avatar”) (James Horner)

Disc 3

01. Forest Battle (From “Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen”) (Steve Jablonsky)
02. Welcome To Lunar Industries (From “Moon”) (Clint Mansell)
03. Hella Bar Talk / Enterprising Young Men (From “Star Trek”) (Michael Giacchino)
04. Roar! (From “Cloverfield”) (Michael Giacchino)
05. Driving With The Top Down (From “Iron Man”) (Ramin Djawadi)
06. Adagio In D Minor (From “Sunshine”) (John Murphy)
07. The Last Man (From “The Fountain”) (Clint Mansell)
08. Together We Will Live Forever (From “The Fountain”) (Clint Mansell)
09. My Name Is Lincoln (From “The Island”) (Steve Jablonsky)
10. Battle Of The Heroes (From “Star Wars: Revenge Of The Sith”) (John Williams)
11. War Of The Worlds (John Williams)
12. Don’t Blow It (From “Solaris”) (Cliff Martinez)
13. Across The Stars (From “Star Wars: Attack Of The Clones”) (John Williams)
14. Where Dreams Are Born (From “Artificial Intelligence: AI”) (John Williams)
15. Main Theme (From “Galaxy Quest”) (David Newman)
16. Duel Of The Fates (From “Star Wars: The Phantom Menace”) (John Williams)
17. Anything Is Possible (From “The Matrix”) (Don Davis)

Disc 4

01. Harry & Greg / Launch (From “Armageddon”) (Trevor Rabin)
02. The Wedding (From “Deep Impact”) (James Horner)
03. End Titles (From “Lost In Space”) (Bruce Broughton)
04. The Story Ends (From “Mercury Rising”) (John Barry)
05. Contact (Alan Silvestri)
06. The Departure (From “Gattaca”) (Michael Nyman)
07. End Credits (From “Independence Day”) (David Arnold)
08. Apollo 13 (James Horner)
09. Suite (From “Judge Dredd”) (Alan Silvestri)
10. Species (Christopher Young)
11. Giza 1928 / Going Home (From “Stargate”) (David Arnold)
12. Overture (From “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country”) (Cliff Eidelman)
13. Suite (From “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”) (Brad Fiedel)
14. Total Recall (Jerry Goldsmith)

Disc 5

01. End Credits (From “The Abyss”) (Alan Silvestri)
02. Closing Credits (From “Dead Ringers”) (Howard Shore)
03. Predator (Alan Silvestri)
04. Rock Shop / Home / Van Chase / The Dream (From “Robocop”) (Basil Poledouris)
05. Prelude / Ripley’s Rescue (From “Aliens”) (James Horner)
06. Main Theme (From “Back To The Future”) (Alan Silvestri)
07. Lifeforce (Henry Mancini)
08. Dune (Toto: David Paich, Jeff Porcaro, Steve Porcaro, Mike Porcaro, Steve Lukather)
09. Bird Of Prey Decloaks (From “Star Trek III: The Search For Spock”) (James Horner)
10. Starman (Jack Nitzsche)
11. Main Theme (From “The Last Starfighter”) (Craig Safan)
12. The Right Stuff (Bill Conti)
13. End Credits (From “Twilight Zone: The Movie”) (Jerry Goldsmith)
14. Love Theme (From “Blade Runner”) (Vangelis)
15. Closing Theme (From “Blade Runner” (Vangelis)

Disc 6

01. Adventures On Earth (From “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial”) (John Williams)
02. Overture (From “Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan”) (James Horner)
03. The Thing (Ennio Morricone)
04. The Imperial March (From “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back”) (John Williams)
05. Alien (Jerry Goldsmith)
06. Main Theme (From “Phantasm”) (Fred Myrow, Malcolm Seagrave)
07. End Titles / Klingon Attack (From “Star Trek: The Motion Picture”) (Jerry Goldsmith)
08. The Black Hole (John Barry)
09. Main Theme / The Destruction Of Peace (From “Battlestar Galactica”) (Stu Phillips)
10. Main Title (From “Star Wars: A New Hope”) (John Williams)
11. Resolution And Finale (From “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind”) (John Williams)
12. Also Sprach Zarathustra (From “2001: A Space Odyssey”) (Richard Strauss)
13. Star Trek (Alexander Courage)
14. London 1900 / Filbey’s Theme (From “The Time Machine”) (Russell Garcia)
15. Forbidden Planet (Bebe & Louis Barron)
16. Suite (From “The Day The Earth Stood Still”) (Bernard Herrmann)
17. March (From “Things To Come”) (Arthur Bliss)