June 1, 2010 at 9:00 am #10013EarlKeymaster
Pricey, but nicey. Wish they’d just released it in this form the first time…
This special, deluxe edition from our CD Club presents over an hour of additional, unreleased music and sequences it into a chronological presentation of nearly 100 minutes of music from the film, including the final film version of the Main Title.
The elaborate and beautiful, 2-CD packaging includes a 28-page, full-color booklet (in the dimensions of a Blue-Ray disc case), with new liner notes by Starlog Magazine founder Kerry O’Quinn.
Answering calls for a deluxe edition of this much-loved score from the much-loved film, the Varese Sarabande CD Club is thrilled to offer this very special release for STAR TREK and Michael Giacchino fans alike.
Get it while we have it!
1. Star Trek (2:26)
2. Narada Boom (2:51)
3. Hack To the Future (1:23)
4. Nailin’ the Kelvin (2:10)
5. Labor of Love (2:44)
6. Main Title (:46)
7. Head To Heart Conversation (1:08)
8. One Proud Mother (1:38)
9. Hella Bar Talk (1:55)
10. The Flask At Hand (:29)
11. Welcome Back, Spock (1:09)
12. Vulcan Gets a Good Drilling (1:30)
13. Hangar Management (2:46)
14. Enterprising Young Men (3:05)
15. Flying Into a Trphlthdl (3:24)
16. Nero Sighted (3:23)
17. Matter? I Barely Know Her! (2:05)
18. Jehosafats (3:03)
19. Chutes and Matter (3:23)
20. A Whole In My Hearth (:56)
21. I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Beam Up! (1:51)
22. Spock Goes Spelunking (1:28)
23. An Endangered Species (3:10)
24. Galaxy’s Worst Sushi Bar (2:14)
25. Mandatory Leave of Absence (1:19)
26. Dad’s Route To School (:34)
27. Frozen Dinner (1:30)
28. You Snowin’ Me? (:50)
1. Nice To Meld You (3:14)
2. Hail To the Chief (:52)
3. I Gotta Beam Me (2:02)
4. Scotty’s Tanked (1:37)
5. What’s With You? (2:12)
6. Either Way, Someone’s Going Down (2:44)
7. Trekking Down the Narada (2:31)
8. Run and Shoot Offense (2:03)
9. Does It Still McFly? (2:02)
10. Nero Death Experience* (5:38)
11. Nero Fiddles, Narada Burns (2:28)
12. Black Holes Have a Lot of Pull (:55)
13. Back From Black (:57)
14. That New Car Smell (4:46)
15. To Boldly Go* (:26)
16. End Credits* (9:11)
I grew up reading Kerry O’Quinn’s stuff in Starlog, at much the same time as I was soaking up every word written by Katz, Kunkel & Worley in Electronic Games. Glad to see he’s still around.
Between this release, the other 2-CD Trek soundtrack, and the new Crowded House album in June… well, I’m already broke. Now I’m gonna be broke and going nuts trying to figure out how to get my paws on these.
June 2, 2010 at 7:10 am #10626Steve WParticipant
On a side note, speaking of Starlog… are there any Starlog stores still open nowadays? There used to be one in The Parks Mall in Arlington, TX in the early-to-mid ’90s that was open for a few years. They were selling a boxed Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back Atari 2600 game for a pretty penny, which really stands out in my memory. And then, they were gone. Replaced later by some form of Mexican restaurant.June 2, 2010 at 4:13 pm #10627Earl’s previous regenerationSpectator
I’d be very surprised if the stores still exist, seeing as the ongoing print publication isn’t still around. It’s just a web site now.June 2, 2010 at 4:30 pm #10628Steve WParticipant
Ah, that’s why I haven’t bought a Starlog in years. I just assumed the venerable magazine was still going and I just don’t see it on the racks. And good quality sci-fi has been at a low ebb for me for some time so I don’t bother looking up genre magazines to find out what’s coming out in the field.June 10, 2010 at 11:08 pm #10629Earl’s previous regenerationSpectator
I went hunting for the web site today, just out of curiosity, and apparently even the Starlog.com website is history. Very sad.
By the way, if anyone thinks they detect a vague throughline from Starlog to theLogBook, I’ll plead guilty to that.
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