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The Hitcher

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Music by Mark Isham

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The chilling road thriller, The Hitcher, was released in 1986 and starred Rutger Hauer as a murderous hitchhiker in a relentless pursuit of a young motorist, C. Thomas Howell. Critically maligned at the time, over the years the film has built up a cult following and has spawned a sequel and a remake. The original soundtrack has been unavailable for close to 30 years.

“Technically the music business was in a crossroads and new instruments and new instrument technologies were appearing every day. I availed myself of this ‘new’ technology of ‘sampling’ and brought in two drummers who played only originally sampled drums. I was still using my early system of a Prophet 5, an Oberheim 4 voice and my ARP 2600. To this I added this new keyboard, a Prophet 2000 (sampler). This was the ‘band’!” – Mark Isham

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Tracklist:
1. Headlights – Main Title 4:02
2. The Chosen 2:24
3. Keys 4:12
4. Dust And Gasoline 3:00
5. Dream 1:24
6. Dogs 3:31
7. Suicide 1:20
8. Gun 1:44
9. Cars And Helicopters 5:34
10. Motel 2:46
11. Transfer 1:44
12. Guards And Cards 2:47
13. Endgame 3:46
14. The Hitcher – End Credits 4:11


The Mating Game – Freshwater: Timing Is Everything

The Mating Game
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Music by Tom Howe

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Composer Tom Howe’s (Great British Bake Off, Taskmaster) original music for David. Attenborough’s 5-part BBC series, The Mating Game, a landmark natural history series from Silverback Films. This release encompasses 5 digital albums featuring music from each episode.

Speaking in a recent issue of Radio Times, David Attenborough revealed that the series will feature things that have “never been seen on television before and which are undoubtedly some of the highlights of natural history spectacles”. Tom Howe’s score contributes to the natural history spectacle with strong themes, thematic developments and variations perfectly matching the visuals. The warmth, playfulness, suspension, and stress that the animals are experiencing are portrayed through Howe’s score in a nuanced and enriching ways.

Series Producer Jeff Wilson says “The Mating Game score needed to have a tone that played on the humorous nature of animal courtship and its obvious connections to our own lives, but also not lose the dramatic and wondrous story beats that the natural world often gifts us whilst filming. Tom knew immediately from the outset how to achieve this – his central theme for the Mating Game was so clever in how it was able to be shaped to suit stories as diverse as Ostriches displaying to oceanic Flatworms fencing with their penises! He knew how to adventurously turn on an emotional dime to suit the picture, whilst still maintaining musical integrity, and in the end his score elevated our production beyond our wildest dreams.”

From the producers of A Perfect Planet, The Mating Game is the story behind the most fascinating, hilarious and dramatic quests to find a mate and leave a lasting legacy. Exploring five different habitats across six continents, this series, narrated by Sir David Attenborough, reveals the varied, fascinating and downright bizarre strategies different animals use to find a mate. It is the ultimate inside view on what it takes to succeed at the mating game.

Tom Howe has created the music for over 100 films and television series. His work includes music for the much-loved Great British Bake Off as well as Taskmaster, Whiskey Cavalier, Paranormal Witness and the Lodge. He has also composed scores for films such as A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon, Early Man, for which he received an Annie nomination, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, and Upside-Down Magic. In 2020, Howe collaborated with Marcus Mumford on the theme song and soundtrack for the Apple TV+ production Ted Lasso, for which he received an Emmy nomination. In June 2020, Howe was made a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Oscars). According to Jonathan Broxton of Movie Music UK, Tom Howe is “clearly a composer to watch” with his career “continuing on its upward trajectory”.

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Tracklist
1. The Mating Game (Main Title)
2. Frogs
3. Hooded Grebes
4. Salmon
5. Hellbenders
6. Splash Tetra
7. Pink Flamingos
8. Cichlids
9. Lechwe
10. Caiman Crocs
11. The Mating Game (End Credits)


The Mating Game – Jungles: In the Thick of It

The Mating Game
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Music by Tom Howe

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Composer Tom Howe’s (Great British Bake Off, Taskmaster) original music for David. Attenborough’s 5-part BBC series, The Mating Game, a landmark natural history series from Silverback Films. This release encompasses 5 digital albums featuring music from each episode.

Speaking in a recent issue of Radio Times, David Attenborough revealed that the series will feature things that have “never been seen on television before and which are undoubtedly some of the highlights of natural history spectacles”. Tom Howe’s score contributes to the natural history spectacle with strong themes, thematic developments and variations perfectly matching the visuals. The warmth, playfulness, suspension, and stress that the animals are experiencing are portrayed through Howe’s score in a nuanced and enriching ways.

Series Producer Jeff Wilson says “The Mating Game score needed to have a tone that played on the humorous nature of animal courtship and its obvious connections to our own lives, but also not lose the dramatic and wondrous story beats that the natural world often gifts us whilst filming. Tom knew immediately from the outset how to achieve this – his central theme for the Mating Game was so clever in how it was able to be shaped to suit stories as diverse as Ostriches displaying to oceanic Flatworms fencing with their penises! He knew how to adventurously turn on an emotional dime to suit the picture, whilst still maintaining musical integrity, and in the end his score elevated our production beyond our wildest dreams.”

From the producers of A Perfect Planet, The Mating Game is the story behind the most fascinating, hilarious and dramatic quests to find a mate and leave a lasting legacy. Exploring five different habitats across six continents, this series, narrated by Sir David Attenborough, reveals the varied, fascinating and downright bizarre strategies different animals use to find a mate. It is the ultimate inside view on what it takes to succeed at the mating game.

Tom Howe has created the music for over 100 films and television series. His work includes music for the much-loved Great British Bake Off as well as Taskmaster, Whiskey Cavalier, Paranormal Witness and the Lodge. He has also composed scores for films such as A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon, Early Man, for which he received an Annie nomination, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, and Upside-Down Magic. In 2020, Howe collaborated with Marcus Mumford on the theme song and soundtrack for the Apple TV+ production Ted Lasso, for which he received an Emmy nomination. In June 2020, Howe was made a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Oscars). According to Jonathan Broxton of Movie Music UK, Tom Howe is “clearly a composer to watch” with his career “continuing on its upward trajectory”.

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Tracklist
1. The Mating Game (Main Title)
2. Chimps
3. Bower Birds
4. Chameleons
5. Mandrils
6. Praying Mantis
7. Fireflies
8. Argus Pheasant
9. Caribs
10. Jungle Frogs
11. The Mating Game (End Credits)


The Mating Game – Oceans: Out of the Blue

The Mating Game
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Music by Tom Howe

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Composer Tom Howe’s (Great British Bake Off, Taskmaster) original music for David. Attenborough’s 5-part BBC series, The Mating Game, a landmark natural history series from Silverback Films. This release encompasses 5 digital albums featuring music from each episode.

Speaking in a recent issue of Radio Times, David Attenborough revealed that the series will feature things that have “never been seen on television before and which are undoubtedly some of the highlights of natural history spectacles”. Tom Howe’s score contributes to the natural history spectacle with strong themes, thematic developments and variations perfectly matching the visuals. The warmth, playfulness, suspension, and stress that the animals are experiencing are portrayed through Howe’s score in a nuanced and enriching ways.

Series Producer Jeff Wilson says “The Mating Game score needed to have a tone that played on the humorous nature of animal courtship and its obvious connections to our own lives, but also not lose the dramatic and wondrous story beats that the natural world often gifts us whilst filming. Tom knew immediately from the outset how to achieve this – his central theme for the Mating Game was so clever in how it was able to be shaped to suit stories as diverse as Ostriches displaying to oceanic Flatworms fencing with their penises! He knew how to adventurously turn on an emotional dime to suit the picture, whilst still maintaining musical integrity, and in the end his score elevated our production beyond our wildest dreams.”

From the producers of A Perfect Planet, The Mating Game is the story behind the most fascinating, hilarious and dramatic quests to find a mate and leave a lasting legacy. Exploring five different habitats across six continents, this series, narrated by Sir David Attenborough, reveals the varied, fascinating and downright bizarre strategies different animals use to find a mate. It is the ultimate inside view on what it takes to succeed at the mating game.

Tom Howe has created the music for over 100 films and television series. His work includes music for the much-loved Great British Bake Off as well as Taskmaster, Whiskey Cavalier, Paranormal Witness and the Lodge. He has also composed scores for films such as A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon, Early Man, for which he received an Annie nomination, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, and Upside-Down Magic. In 2020, Howe collaborated with Marcus Mumford on the theme song and soundtrack for the Apple TV+ production Ted Lasso, for which he received an Emmy nomination. In June 2020, Howe was made a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Oscars). According to Jonathan Broxton of Movie Music UK, Tom Howe is “clearly a composer to watch” with his career “continuing on its upward trajectory”.

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Tracklist
1. The Mating Game (Main Title)
2. Humpback Whales
3. Life on the Reef
4. The Mantas
5. Clown Fish
6. Persian Flatworms
7. The Mantas Return
8. Seahorses
9. Fiddler Crabs
10. Sea lions & Humpback Whales
11. Mating Game (End Credits)


The Mating Game – Grasslands: In Plain Sight

The Mating Game
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Music by Tom Howe

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Composer Tom Howe’s (Great British Bake Off, Taskmaster) original music for David. Attenborough’s 5-part BBC series, The Mating Game, a landmark natural history series from Silverback Films. This release encompasses 5 digital albums featuring music from each episode.

Speaking in a recent issue of Radio Times, David Attenborough revealed that the series will feature things that have “never been seen on television before and which are undoubtedly some of the highlights of natural history spectacles”. Tom Howe’s score contributes to the natural history spectacle with strong themes, thematic developments and variations perfectly matching the visuals. The warmth, playfulness, suspension, and stress that the animals are experiencing are portrayed through Howe’s score in a nuanced and enriching ways.

Series Producer Jeff Wilson says “The Mating Game score needed to have a tone that played on the humorous nature of animal courtship and its obvious connections to our own lives, but also not lose the dramatic and wondrous story beats that the natural world often gifts us whilst filming. Tom knew immediately from the outset how to achieve this – his central theme for the Mating Game was so clever in how it was able to be shaped to suit stories as diverse as Ostriches displaying to oceanic Flatworms fencing with their penises! He knew how to adventurously turn on an emotional dime to suit the picture, whilst still maintaining musical integrity, and in the end his score elevated our production beyond our wildest dreams.”

From the producers of A Perfect Planet, The Mating Game is the story behind the most fascinating, hilarious and dramatic quests to find a mate and leave a lasting legacy. Exploring five different habitats across six continents, this series, narrated by Sir David Attenborough, reveals the varied, fascinating and downright bizarre strategies different animals use to find a mate. It is the ultimate inside view on what it takes to succeed at the mating game.

Tom Howe has created the music for over 100 films and television series. His work includes music for the much-loved Great British Bake Off as well as Taskmaster, Whiskey Cavalier, Paranormal Witness and the Lodge. He has also composed scores for films such as A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon, Early Man, for which he received an Annie nomination, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, and Upside-Down Magic. In 2020, Howe collaborated with Marcus Mumford on the theme song and soundtrack for the Apple TV+ production Ted Lasso, for which he received an Emmy nomination. In June 2020, Howe was made a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Oscars). According to Jonathan Broxton of Movie Music UK, Tom Howe is “clearly a composer to watch” with his career “continuing on its upward trajectory”.

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Tracklist
1. The Mating Game (Main Title)
2. The Mating Game (Prologue)
3. Ostriches
4. Zebras
5. Termites
6. Kangaroos
7. Nursery Web Spider
8. Ruffs
9. Topi
10. Ostrich Chicks
11. The Mating Game (End Credits)


Captain Scarlet and The Mysterons

Captain Scarlet and The Mysterons
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Music by Barry Gray

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Following the success of Thunderbirds, Gerry and Sylvia Anderson had proved they had hit upon a winning formula to wow audiences – their mixture of inventive special effects and puppetry: Supermarionation. First screened in 1967, Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons, was written as a more mature series, set against an ongoing war with a forboding unseen nemesis.

Taking his lead from the series premise, Captain Scarlet inspired composer Barry Gray to explore an equally mature musical palette to what he had utilised for previous Supermarionation series. With subtle string arrangements replacing the bombast of Thunderbirds’ urgency, the original music composed for Scarlet was suitably more atmospheric and at times more sober than its predecessors. The alien nature of the Mysterons themselves saw Gray return to the experimental electronic work he had composed for Fireball XL5 to create something suitably other worldly.

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1 Century 21 Television Logo
2 Captain Scarlet Main Titles (The Mysterons Version)
3 The Mysterons – The Power of the Mysterons
4 The Mysterons – Red vs Blue
5 Winged Assassin – An Officer and a General
6 Winged Assassin – The Mysteron Threat (Version 1)
7 Winged Assassin – Runway Runaway
8 Point 783 – The Oncoming Storm
9 Big Ben Strikes Again – Midnight Runner
10 Big Ben Strikes Again – Atomic Annihilation
11 Big Ben Strikes Again – The 13th Hour
12 Avalanche – Chills, Thrills and Spills
13 Model Spy – Serenade de Monte Carlo
14 Seek and Destroy – Walking With Angels
15 Operation Time – The End of Time
16 White As Snow – TVR-17 Pop
17 White As Snow – Insubordination
18 White As Snow – End Credits (Original Version)
19 Captain Scarlet Main Titles (Standard Version)
20 Spectrum Strikes Back – Espionage on the Plains
21 Spectrum Strikes Back – The Mysteron Threat (Version 2)
22 Spectrum Strikes Back – Indigo Fever
23 Spectrum Strikes Back – Bringing the House Down
24 The Trap – Trouble at Glen Garry Castle
25 Shadow of Fear – Of Gods and Men
26 Shadow of Fear – Wrath of Phobos
27 Fire At Rig 15 – Fallen Hero
28 Renegade Rocket – Major Disaster
29 Renegade Rocket – A Wing and a Prayer
30 Noose of Ice – The Tower Crumbles
31 Flight to Atlantica – Champagne Buzz
32 Expo 2068 – Nuclear Detour
33 Attack on Cloudbase – 40,000 Feet To Heaven
34 Attack on Cloudbase – Faint and Empty Hope
35 Captain Scarlet (The Spectrum Version)


The Beatles And India – Original Film Soundtrack

The Beatles And India Original Film Soundtrack
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Music by Benji Merrison

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The hypnotic, lyrical soundtrack for Beatles and India was written by award winning composer Benji Merrison and recorded at Abbey Road Studio 2, the legendary home of The Beatles recording sessions, Budapest, Hungary and Pune, India.

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01. Main Titles
02. Diminutive Yogi
03. Crazy Trailblazer
04. Selling Like Hotcakes
05. A Few Lessons
06. Something Very Grateful
07. Rishikesh Bridge
08. Jai Guru Dev
09. A Simple Existence
10. Old Ashram
11. The Prayer Room
12. 50 Years Ago
13. Feeling and Heart
14. All Of India
15. Birthday Party
16. Spiritual Teacher
17. A Dealbreaker
18. Secrets Revealed
19. Down To Kerala
20. Small Gift To The World
21. End Credits


The Boy Behind The Door

The Boy Behind The Door
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Music by Anton Sanko

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Tracklist:

1. Boy Behind the Door
2. Six Hours Earlier
3. The Wrist Watch
4. Stabbed Creep / Fingernail
5. Oh No
6. Eyeball / Here’s Johnny
7. The Safe
8. Kevin Braves the Shocks
9. Body Drag
10. Ms. Burton
11. Redroom
12. The Basement
13. Resolution


Professor T

Professor T
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Music by Hannes De Maeyer

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The original soundtrack for Britbox / ITV drama, composed by Belgian Award-winning composer Hannes De Maeyer.

The TV soundtrack for the original Belgian series was also composed by De Maeyer, which ran from 2015 on C4, with series 3 currently available to stream.

Described by The Guardian as having “an abundance of imagination and characterisation”, the show follows Professor Jasper Tempest a genius Cambridge University criminologist with OCD and an overbearing mother, as he advises police. The show stars Death in Paradise‘s Ben Miller, Frances de la Tour and Juliet Aubrey.

Hannes De Maeyer (Gangsta, The Racer, Torpedo, Rafaël, Black) is one of Belgium’s most versatile composers, best known for his collaboration with director duo Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah on Gangsta and Black. His scores range from pure electronic to impressive symphonic instrumentation. The Cine Journal comments on De Maeyer’s work: “Belgian composer Hannes De Maeyer is hands down one of Europe’s most versatile composers. One need look no further than his gorgeous soundtrack for the Belgian war drama ‘Torpedo’, which summons the flair of old Hollywood war scores; or ‘Gangsta’, a thriller imbued in 80s nostalgia with its old-school electronic sonic world; or the tense soundscape he crafted for the Amsterdam-set crime series, ‘Women of the Night’.” Review Graveyard gives the score for Torpedo 10/10 – “De Maeyer delivers an epic score, packed with original themes, that will send shivers down your spine.”

In Professor T, De Maeyer introduces a beautiful main theme with a pulse and purpose, and variations of it can be heard throughout the score, supporting the characters and giving scenes greater layers and depth. Though versatile, De Maeyer is primarily a thematic composer with talent for melody, character and orchestration.

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1. Professor T Main Titles
2. Morning Routines
3. Last Night Was Fun
4. Chickens
5. Chasing Robin
6. Arresting the Suspect
7. You Know Him?
8. It’s No Longer For Sale
9. T’s Tango
10. As Your Eyes Look to God
11. She’ll Need Her Mother Too
12. Birthday Mrs Snares
13. Impressive
14. The Nature of Criminals
15. Walking, Walking
16. Opera di Mama
17. Balloons
18. Mother Arrested
19. The Interrogation
20. Securing the Area
21. Revelations 17:5
22. Bubbles
23. Has Prof T Anything to Do With the Missing Suspect?
24. Police Moving In
25. Betty, Will You Marry Me?
26. I Believe She’s Ready
27. Murder on Building Site
28. Why Didn’t She Just Go To the Police?
29. Bloody Mess
30. The Librarian
31. Do You Have Something To Tell Us?
32. You Made Me Do It
33. No Tears, No Grief, Nothing
34. Toothbrush
35. In the Woods
36. Thank You, Jasper
37. The Anatomy of a Memory


Space: 1999 Year Two

Space: 1999 Year Two
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Music by Derek Wadsworth

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The latest release in the series exploring the musical worlds of GERRY ANDERSON is the most extensive yet. Also available is Space: 1999 Year One on vinyl. And a x2 CD set (of both Year One and Year Two) with a 28 page booklet.

Space: 1999 ran for two series from 1975 to 1977 and depicted the occupants of Moonbase Alpha and their struggle for survival when, after the explosion of a nuclear waste dump, the Moon is hurtled into space. The series was the most expensive produced for British television at that time and the most musically diverse of all the shows made by Anderson for ITC.

Gerry’s long-time musical partner in all the previous adventures was Barry Gray and Space: 1999 proved to be the last of their collaborations. For Series 2, Derek Wadsworth took over the reins to provide a more contemporary sound.

This Year Two album contains Wadsworth’s score with specially selected cues to provide a driving and exciting narrative to convey the new adventures.

The popularity of the series has continued unabated with DVD releases from Network and new audio adventures created for Big Finish.

As with all the previous releases in this series, the albums feature newly remastered sound and episode presentations.

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1 Space: 1999 Year Two Main Theme – 0:49
2 The Metamorph – Strange Light – 3:01
3 The Metamorph – Rendezvous in Space – 5:59
4 The Metamorph – The Death of Psychon – 9:55
5 The Metamorph – We’re All Aliens – 1:56
6 The Exiles – Swarm of Space Bees – 2:13
7 The Exiles – The First Capsule – 3:00
8 The Exiles – A Kiss for Helena / The Power Room – 4:41
9 The Exiles – Return to Golos – 6:16
10 The Exiles – Make Me a Pretty Nose – 1:11
11 One Moment of Humanity – The Garden of Vega – 2:38
12 One Moment of Humanity – Seduction – 6:15
13 The Taybor – SS Emporium – 3:57
14 The Taybor – Transaction Complete – 7:27
15 Space Warp – Light Years Away – 4:09
16 Space Warp – Space Animal on the Loose – 5:47
17 Space Warp – Showdown at Copernicus – 7:09
18 Space: 1999 Year Two End Titles – 0:34