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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


Space: 1999 Year One

Space: 1999 Year One
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Music by Barry Gray

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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 Two 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.

The selections from Year One show Gray’s skills in creating a memorable opening theme as well as dramatically evocative cues highlighting the plight of the Alphans as they became known. This Year One album also showcases a selection of library cues which featured throughout the series.

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 Breakaway – The Dark Side of the Moon – 2:13
2 Space: 1999 Main Titles – 1:12
3 Breakaway – People are Dying up Here – 2:21
4 Breakaway – Massive Nuclear Explosion – 2:12
5 Breakaway – Human Decision Required – 1:41
6 Force of Life – The Entity – 2:31
7 War Games – We´re at War – 5:25
8 War Games – A Plague of Fear – 3:40
9 Death’s Other Dominion – Ultima Thule – 1:09
10 Dragon’s Domain – The Ultra Probe – 5:10
11 Mission of the Darians – The Daria – 2:13
12 Black Sun – Asteroid – 1:50
13 Black Sun – Force Shield – 2:16
14 Black Sun – The Survival Ship – 3:41
15 Black Sun – Home – 1:34
16 The Guardian of Piri – Welcome to Piri – 2:08
17 End of Eternity – Balor´s World – 3:18
18 Matter of Life and Death – The Prodigal Husband – 1:23
19 Matter of Life and Death – Too Good to be True – 1:47
20 Matter of Life and Death – Anti Matter World – 4:19
21 Matter of Life and Death – Paradise Lost – 0:44
22 The Infernal Machine – Gwent – 6:24
23 Another Time Another Place – Up There Again – 3:56
24 Another Time Another Place – Regina´s World – 3:29
25 Another Time Another Place – Santa Maria – 3:40
26 Ring Around the Moon – Captives of Triton – 1:39
27 The Testament of Arkadia – Arkadia – 5:44
28 Space: 1999 End Titles – 0:35


Before We Die

Before We Die
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Music by Jeroen Swinnen

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Jeroen Swinnen’s dark Symphonic score for the Channel 4’s Bristol Noir remake of Sweden crime series Innan Dör, starring Lesley Sharp and Patrick Gibson.

The Scandi-style 6-episode crime drama’s look and feel is commented on by the Arts Desk – “The action has been transplanted to Bristol, whose buildings, bridges and narrow streets have been rendered atmospheric with rich colour textures and stylish visual compositions. The opening credits, with ominously pulsating music and dramatic monochrome portraits of the cast-members, also suggests we’ve stepped away a little from the Brit-TV norm.”

Depicting the tenebrous world of the crime-world, the score is, consciously, never allowed to rise above the strings mid-register. Harmonic clashes often feel protractedly strained, depicting the feelings and inner worlds of the characters. The tender, romantic piano theme Croatians (Bianca), is reserved for the youngest child of the Mimica family, uninvolved in the family’s criminal activity but very much affected by it. Her brother Davor’s theme, Croatians (Davor), is given a cello line that never breaks free from the confined, orchestral mid-register, dwelling on the hidden desperation of choices once made.

Jeroen talks about his creative experience: “In many series these days the music tends to be more of a minimalistic underscore for the scenes it supports. It is usually a matter of ‘less is more’. For the score of ‘Before We Die’ I was constantly challenged to do more, give it more energy, bigger melodies, more drama, bigger action, and I loved every bit of it! To compose a soundtrack to the poetic and filmic style of director Jan Matthys was a gift and a challenge at the same time. It is quite rare to get that much space from a director.”

“I always record my scores with the same team, the Casco Phil Chamber Orchestra, in Dada Studios in the centre of Brussels. I will never forget the players’ smiling faces when they were recording the music whilst watching the images. The poetic style of filming, combined with the score I wrote, really touched the musicians. They put their heart and soul into it which is the biggest gift for a composer!”

Jeroen Swinnen is a classically trained Belgian composer, multi-instrumentalist, producer and songwriter. Coming from a rich and varied musical background, Jeroen is known for mingling various influences, crossing brooding string scores with electro-synthpop, post-rock and indie sounds. After years of touring and headlining festivals with Belpop’s finest art-pop acts, Jeroen has recently started writing television soundtracks, including the acclaimed score for Hotel Beau Séjour, Transport and The Twelve on Netflix.

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Tracklist
1. Krajina
2. Requiem for a Lover
3. Hannah
4. The Mimica Family
5. The Mimica’s Mansion
6. Reinstated
7. A Cruel Family History
8. Croatians (Davor)
9. Unconditional
10. Snitch
11. Boat To Belgium
12. Croatians (Bianca)
13. I Know That Guy
14. Guilt
15. This is Krajina
16. Hunters
17. Tranquilize
18. The Chase
19. Heart Over Head
20. New Beginnings
21. Dark Place


Time

time
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Music by Sarah Warne

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Sarah Warne’s soundtrack to BBC One hard hitting prison drama Time. The soundtrack was written for a small ensemble featuring Laetitia Stott (Horns), Ed Ashby (Tuba), Eleanor Bartlett (Violin), Laurie Anderson (Viola), Peter Gregson (Cello) and Sarah Warne (Bowed harp and vocals).

Time is a three-part series written by Jimmy McGovern (Hillsborough, Broken and Accused), directed by Lewis Arnold (Des, Dark Money, The Forge) and starring Line of Duty’s Stephen Graham and Games of Thrones’ Sean Bean.

Composer Sarah Warne talks about the compositional process: “The music for Time explores the slow and painful road to redemption, the harrowing isolation of incarceration, and Mark and Eric’s united torment as they both strive to do what is right. Visceral yet sensitive performances from the score’s core ensemble, combined with off-kilter prepared piano and detuned ethereal textures, are designed to dig deep into the powerful questions at the centre of the drama.”

The series offers a realistic depiction of prison life. Sean Bean plays Mark Cobden, an ex-headteacher jailed for drink-driving and consumed by guilt over his actions who soon realises that he needs to learn how to survive in prison. Stephen Graham plays Eric McNally, a prison officer who becomes increasingly desperate to protect his son and arrives at a crossroads that forces him to choose between his principles and his love for his family.

Writer Jimmy McGovern comments: “The BBC have given me a brilliant young director and two of the greatest actors on the planet. I am overjoyed.”

Composer Sarah Warne is best known for her work on critically acclaimed television drama series, Humans (C4), and her most recent score for Des (ITV primetime). Her work also includes Dark Money (BBC1), Catching a Killer (C4), Girls On The Edge (BBC2), and Treasures of Ancient Greece (BBC4).

Sarah recently scored Trump’s Breadline Kids (C4) which observes several families in Ohio during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic and is narrated by Sheridan Smith. She is currently scoring 4-part television drama series The Drowning starring Jill Halfpenny, Jonas Armstrong and Rupert Penry-Jones.

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1. Look Into The Camera
2. 22 Years Married
3. Roadside
4. Your Lad’s In Prison
5. Scalded
6. Remembering A Good Life
7. Do You Still See Him?
8. Not Breathing
9. Do You Feel Safe?
10. Repercussion
11. Do What They Want
12. Lost Everything
13. Spice
14. Come With Me
15. Lighter
16. Do We Just Leave?
17. Time
18. I Can’t Forgive Myself
19. Let Me In
20. Father
21. Cell Spin
22. Please
23. Try
24. Atone
25. I Still See Him
26. Firm But Fair
27. Thank You


Des

des
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Music by Sarah Warne

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Des is Sarah Warne’s 3rd TV soundtrack album release on Silva Screen Records. Previously released on Silva Screen were Dark Money broadcast in 2019 on BBC One and Humans series 2 & 3, broadcast during 2018 and 2019 on Channel 4.

Des is a British three-part television drama miniseries, based on real life events, the 1983 arrest of Scottish serial killer Dennis Nilsen and one of the most infamous criminal cases in UK history. David Tennant (Doctor Who, Good Omens) gives an award-winning performance as Dennis Nilsen, serial killer who murdered over fifteen young men and boys in London over a period of five years. Co-starring Daniel Mays and Jason Watkins, Des focuses on Nilsen’s capture and subsequent trial. The three-part series is based on the book Killing For Company by Brian Masters. The series premiered on ITV, UK on 14 September 2020 on. On 16th March 2021 the series was released on DVD and Blue-ray in the US.

The psychological portrait of Dennis Nilsen has given Sarah a stimulus to create an all-enveloping slow tide of pulsating electronic sound. Gently moving through a body of chords and punctuated by tenderly distorted piano, percussion and floating string fragments, Sarah Warne’s score provides a cold and meditative space for Nilsen’s character to unravel.

Sarah is a Film and Arts Composer and multi-instrumentalist based in London. Trained as a classical harpist and pianist, and as a composer Sarah specialises in the blending of acoustic instruments with unique electronic signatures. Her for love for narrative and drama so story-telling is always at the core of the music she creates. She is a graduate of Oxford University, The Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and The National Film and Television School (MA Composing) and her recent work includes BAFTA nominated documentary series Catching a Killer (C4), drama series Humans series 2 & 3 (C4), Dark Money, Prey (ITV), Trump’s Breadline Kids and The Treasures of Ancient Greece (BBC 4).

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Tracklist:

1. An Increasingly Violent Place
2. We Wait
3. You Kept Them For A Year?
4. One By One
5. His Chamber
6. Melrose Gardens
7. Alone
8. Can I See Him?
9. We Are In Blackout
10. Three Years Ago
11. Meeting Des
12. Bonfire
13. Bones
14. Everybody Leaves
15. Hell Of A Hunch
16. We Need More Time
17. We Can’t Add Graham
18. First Day Of Trial
19. You’re Not Sorry
20. Pack Of Lies
21. Outrageously Bad
22. Guilty
23. I Have Some Thoughts
24. Seven


Fourth Dimension

Fourth Dimension
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Music by Paddy Kingsland and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop

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Paddy Kingsland was the first Radiophonic composer to see a solo release of his compositions, although he is not credited on the sleeve. “Fourth Dimension”, first released in 1973, showcased Kingsland’s theme tunes for television and radio while at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. The recordings feature a rock-style backing band and synthesisers including the VCS 3 and “Delaware” Synthi 100, and the track “Reg” from the album was also released as the B side to the 1973 single release of the iconic Doctor Who theme tune.

Kingsland remained at the workshop for 21 years, leaving in 1981, during which time he composed music for much loved TV shows The Changes, Doctor Who and The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy among others.

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Digital Tracklist

1. Scene & Heard (2.13)
2. Just Love (1.42)
3. Vespucci (3.17)
4. Reg (2.07)
5. Tamariu (2.45)
6. One Eighty-One (1.54)
7. Fourth Dimension (2.20)
8. Colour Radio (2.30)
9. Take Another Look (2.21)
10. Kaleidoscope (1.17)
11. The Space Between (3.10)
12. Flashback (2.52)

Bonus Tracks:
13. Rugby Special (1.40)*
14. Willie Banks and The Administrative Machine (2.23)*
15. The Ramsbottom File (2.02)*

* Previously Unreleased


Through A Glass Darkly

Through A Glass Darkly
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Music by Peter Howell and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop

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Peter Howell joined the BBC Radiophonic Workshop in 1974, coming from a career in various psychedelic folk bands, which saw him record five albums with fellow musician John Ferdinando. He composed his first Doctor Who output in ’75 in the form of some incidental music for “Revenge of the Cybermen” and special sound for “Planet of Evil”. In 1980, he was asked by the programme’s then new producer, John Nathan-Turner, to update the iconic Doctor Who theme. The new arrangement appeared on that year’s “The Leisure Hive”, continuing to be used through Tom Baker’s remaining series as the Doctor and throughout Peter Davison’s. It was replaced during Colin Baker’s tenure in 1986 with a new version by Dominic Glynn.

“Through A Glass Darkly” was released in 1978 as a standalone studio album by Howell in collaboration with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. The six original instrumental compositions (one of which is 19 minutes long) flaunt a prog rock influence as well as the distinctive electronic sound of the RWS. “The Astronauts” (track 5, side 2) appeared again as a B side to the 1980 single release of his version of the Doctor Who theme.

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Digital Tracklist

1. In the Kingdom of Colours (Through A Glass Darkly – A Lyrical Adventure) (19.28)
2. Caches of Gold (4.03)
3. Magenta Court (4.26)
4. Colour Rinse (2.36)
5. Wind in the Wires (2.16)
6. The Astronauts (5.18)

Bonus Tracks: THE BODY IN QUESTION
7. Moving Form (Main Theme from The Body in Question) (1.45)
8. Greenwich Chorus (2.20)
9. Mesmer (3.40)
10. The Astronauts (Single Version) (3.21)
11. In the Kingdom of Colours (Through A Glass Darkly) Alternative Mix (19.29) *

* Previously Unreleased


Primates

Primates
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Music by Adam Lukas and Denise Santos

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Primates premiered on BBC 1 on 25th May 2020. Filmed over two years in locations around the world, from the snowy Atlas Mountains to the flooded jungles of Sumatra and Brazil. Primates is a 3-episode documentary series created by the BBC Studios Natural History and narrated by Chris Packham. The episodes, “Secrets of Survival”, “Family Matters” and “Protecting Primates”, follow our closest animal relatives and reveal how much we have in common with them.

“There is a monkey in the BBC’s new nature epic that bears a startling resemblance to Donald Trump. The uakari has a disgruntled, crimson face and bleach blond hair – though its coat is far thicker than the wispy comb-over still desperately clinging to the president’s scalp. It’s one of the many creatures we meet in Primates (BBC1), which serves as a reminder of just how similar humans are to our closest furry relatives.” – Independent

The score was written by composers Adam Lukas (National Geographics Being The Queen, Netflix’ Roman Empire II) and Denise Santos (National Geographic’s Gathering Storm, Savage Kingdom, Discovery’s Apollo: The Forgotten Films) who work as a part of the musically diverse composer’s collective Bleeding Fingers. Founded by Hans Zimmer, Steve Kofsky and Russell Emanuel, Emmy and Bafta nominated Bleeding Fingers Music is a home to exceptional and sonically diverse composers. The collective’s work includes soundtracks for Planet Earth II, Seven Worlds, One Planet and Blue Planet II, all previously released on Silva Screen Records.

“Mischievous music patters over scenes of bush babies getting up to no good, instructing us how to feel. “At last, jack pot!” cries Packham, when the pint-sized creatures find their dinner.” – Independent

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1. Primates Theme
2. Gibbon Learns
3. Lizard Hunting
4. One Family
5. Monkey Spa
6. Gentle Guardian
7. Ringtailed Lemur
8. Face Slapping Monkey
9. Wild Cashews
10. Unknown Monkey
11. Mountain Gorilla
12. Giant Fruit Tree
13. Lonesome Louis
14. Mouthful
15. Grey Slender Loris
16. Macaques
17. Battlefield
18. Baboon vs. Leopard
19. Orangutan Infants
20. Sleepy Blue Eye Black Lemur
21. Low Profile
22. Barbary Macaque
23. Spider Monkey II
24. Only 800 Left
25. Winters in Atlas
26. Guardians and Navigators
27. Owl Monkey
28. Python Danger
29. Primate Decline