Star Trek soundtrackThis is more like it. And the choice of episodes couldn’t be better – the two acclaimed second-season episodes featured some of the most memorable music to be heard from this point on in the series. The late Sol Kaplan’s familiar, belligerent Doomsday Machine action cues often underscored tense situations for the rest of the series, and Gerald Fried’s exotic bass guitar from Amok Time became the signature theme for all things Spockish or otherwise Vulcan. The mastering on the 4 out of 4album is outstanding, and the liner notes on the composers are interesting. Highly recommended for any fans of the original Trek.

  1. Star Trek main title (1:00)

    The Doomsday Machine music by Sol Kaplan

  2. Approach of Enterprise / The Constellation (1:08)
  3. Going Aboard (1:38)
  4. Commander Matt Decker / The Crew That Was (1:56)
  5. What is Doomsday Machine / The Planet Killer (1:58)
  6. Strange Boom / Decker Takes Over (2:49)
  7. The New Commander / Light Beams / Tractor Beam (4:09)
  8. Violent Shakes (2:45)
  9. Spock Takes Command / Decker’s Foil / Sneaky Commodore (2:26)
  10. Goodbye Mr. Decker (3:10)
  11. Order this CD Condolences / Power Drain (1:09)
  12. Kirk Does It Again (3:45)
  13. One’s Enough (0:22)

    Amok Time music by Gerald Fried

  14. Vulcan Fanfare / Prying (0:46)
  15. Mr. Spock (1:22)
  16. Contrary Order (2:58)
  17. T’Pring (0:47)
  18. Marriage Council (1:51)
  19. Vulcan (1:03)
  20. The Processional (1:36)
  21. The Challenge (3:02)
  22. The Ritual / Ancient Battle / 2nd Kroykah (5:25)
  23. Remorse / Marriage Council II (1:12)
  24. Resignation / Lazarus Return / Pig’s Eye (0:42)
  25. Star Trek end title (0:47)

Released by: GNP Crescendo
Release date: 1991
Total running time: 41:04