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 Post subject: Star Trek DS9 4-Disk Soundtrack Collection
PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 11:55 am 
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LA-LA LAND RECORDS PRESENTS
PRESS RELEASE: February 6, 2013

COMING FEB. 12th FROM LA-LA LAND RECORDS
STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE® COLLECTION

Burbank, CA -- La-La Land Records proudly announces its forthcoming release of STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE COLLECTION, a limited edition 4-CD soundtrack set that showcases musical highlights from episode scores as heard in all seven original seasons of the beloved sci-fi television series STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE (1993-1999). This special collection of music features more than five hours of incredible score, selected from some of the most acclaimed episodes of this enormously successful NEXT GENERATION spin-off. Limited to only 3,000 units, this special set will be released on Feb. 12, 2013, at www.lalalandrecords.com at 1pm (PST). The retail price will be $49.98.

STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE SOUNDTRACK COLLECTION is licensed by CBS Consumer Products.

Produced by Ford A. Thaxton, James Nelson, Mark Banning and Lukas Kendall, and mastered by James Nelson, this deluxe, limited-edition release chronicles its music on four CDs – The first disc features the music of composer Dennis McCarthy; the second disc features the music of composer Jay Chattaway; the third disc showcases music from “the new recruits,” composers John Debney, Richard Bell, Gregory Smith and Paul Baillargeon; and the fourth disc, entitled “The Lost Album,” contains an album assembly of material that was prepped by music producers and the composers for a soundtrack compilation that was never released. The set is complemented by a 36-page booklet that includes exclusive, in-depth liner notes from film music writer and Trek historian Jeff Bond.

La-La Land Records will be attending the GRAND SLAM – STAR TREK SCI-FI SUMMIT on Feb 15-17, 2013 in Burbank, CA. Come visit us and check out the DS9 soundtrack release, our TOS Original Series Box Set and more!

TRACK LISTING:

Disc One
Music by DENNIS?McCARTHY
1. STAR TREK: DEEP?SPACE?NINE
Main Title (Seasons 1–3)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
2. – 4. THE STORYTELLER
5. DUET
6. IN THE HANDS OF THE PROPHETS
7. THE HOMECOMING
8. – 9. THE CIRCLE
10. – 11. CROSSOVER
12. LIFE SUPPORT
13. – 15. THE?DIE IS CAST
16. – 18. EXPLORERS
19. THE VISITOR
20. SHATTERED MIRROR
21. ONCE MORE UNTO THE BREACH
22. FAR BEYOND THE STARS
23. – 24. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
25. STAR?TREK:?DEEP SPACE NINE?
End Credits (Seasons 1–3)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
Disc One – Total Time: 76:51

Disc Two
Music by JAY CHATTAWAY
1. STAR TREK: DEEP?SPACE?NINE
Main Title (Seasons 4–7)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
2. – 4. THE SEARCH – PART I
5. – 6. THE?SEARCH – PART II
7. – 8. BROKEN LINK
9. – 11. BY INFERNO’S LIGHT
12. – 15. CALL TO ARMS
16. ONE LITTLE SHIP
17. – 18. STRANGE BEDFELLOWS
19. – 20. THE CHANGING FACE OF EVIL
21. – 22. OUR MAN BASHIR (Source Cues)
23. STAR?TREK:?DEEP SPACE NINE
End Credits (Seasons 4–7)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
Disc Two – Total Time: 76:56

Disc Three
Music by THE?NEW?RECRUITS
1. STAR TREK: DEEP?SPACE?NINE
Main Title (Seasons 4–7, Alternate Mix)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
2. THE NAGUS – Music by John Debney
3. – 5. PROGRESS – Music by John Debney
6. THE HOUSE OF QUARK
Music by Richard Bellis
7. THE SWORD OF KAHLESS
Music by David Bell
8. – 9. THE ASCENT – Music by David Bell
10. SOLDIERS OF THE EMPIRE
Music by David Bell
11. – 13. SACRIFICE OF ANGELS
Music by David Bell
14. - 15. IN?THE?PALE?MOONLIGHT
Music by David Bell
16. TAKE ME OUT TO THE HOLOSUITE
Music by David Bell
17. COVENANT – Music by David Bell
18. TACKING INTO THE WIND
Music by David Bell
19. THE ASSIGNMENT
Music by Gregory Smith
20. – 21. FIELD OF FIRE – Music by Gregory Smith
22. LITTLE?GREEN?MEN
Music by Paul Baillargeon
23. CHILDREN?OF?TIME
Music by Paul Baillargeon
24. – 25. THE SIEGE OF AR-558
Music by Paul Baillargeon
26. STAR?TREK:?DEEP SPACE NINE
End Credits (Seasons 4–7, Alternate Mix)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
Disc Three – Total Time: 79:09

Disc FOUR
THE LOST ALBUM
1. STAR TREK: DEEP?SPACE?NINE
Main Title (Seasons 1 - 3, Without Effects)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
2. – 7. OUR?MAN?BASHIR
Music by Jay Chattaway
8. – 15. TRIALS?AND?TRIBBLE-ATIONS
Music by Dennis McCarthy
16. – 24. WHAT?YOU?LEAVE?BEHIND
Music by Dennis McCarthy
25. STAR TREK: DEEP?SPACE?NINE
(After 3:00 A.M. At Quark’s Mix)
Main Theme for Solo Piano
Performed by Dennis McCarthy

Disc Four – Total Time: 76:51
Total Time – All Discs: 5:09:47


Only 6 days to go! 8-)


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek DS9 4-Disk Soundtrack Collection
PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2013 2:34 pm 

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Beat me to the punch. If you're a fan of BSG, pretty good chance you have fond memories of DS9 too. The music is not nearly as good, but there were some moments and I'm personally hoping that out of 7 seasons they cull it to 4 pretty good discs.

Also, BSG soundtracks are on sale at lalaland. Buy some for your friends!


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek DS9 4-Disk Soundtrack Collection
PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2013 3:41 pm 

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This is awesome. Looks like it will probably have all of the outstanding tracks. However, it's extremely weird that there is only one track for "The Visitor". There is way more to that episode and they previously released several of them.

As said, the overall amount of really good pieces isn't that big, but there are some gems. Like the battle scene in "The Siege of AR-558" or "What You Leave Behind". In the latter, there is a nice quotation of The Minstrel Boy when O'Brien picks up the toy soldier for example.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek DS9 4-Disk Soundtrack Collection
PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2013 7:51 am 

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I'm also surprised that The Visitor only has one track. It's one of the all-time most memorable Star Trek episodes and the music is memorable as well. I'm guessing maybe there's only one because the theme is reprised in What You Leave Behind; maybe they didn't want to get too repetitive.

Also just noticed that they got David Bell's name wrong in the press release (Richard?). A shame. Not the most well-known name, but I always enjoyed his episodes.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek DS9 4-Disk Soundtrack Collection
PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2013 10:14 pm 
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I was initially surprised The Visitor was even on there, since I would think they would use the space for tracks that have never seen the light of day rather than repeating ones that have already been released, but I asked about this on FSM forum and Ford Thaxton seems to be responsible for that one - his singlehanded favorite score from DS9 is The Visitor.

This is consistent with what they did on the TNG set - there's one track from All Good Things on there which has already been released before as well, apparently since Dennis McCarthy insisted on having it put on there.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek DS9 4-Disk Soundtrack Collection
PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2013 8:12 am 

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It doesn't bother me if they rerelease a few things, as long as they're worth having. If this is "the" DS9 soundtrack, it should be comprehensive. I think it's worse for example that there's a huge Ron Jones collection including everything but Best of Both Worlds (i.e. the most famous episode), even though there is a separate BoBW release.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek DS9 4-Disk Soundtrack Collection
PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2013 8:48 am 

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Actually, because it was already released, worse than the "The Visitor" omission is that "Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang" is missing :( The music when they plan the heist and strut across the promenade is so awesome. I have it as short clips ripped directly from the episode, but it's just not the same.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-QBe9pPdkM

The the CDs are filled to the brim, so I guess they needed to make tradeoffs somewhere. But there are probably enough halfway interesting cues for another CD with smaller stuff.


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 Post subject: Re: Star Trek DS9 4-Disk Soundtrack Collection
PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 4:22 pm 
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Steve wrote:
Actually, because it was already released, worse than the "The Visitor" omission is that "Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang" is missing :( The music when they plan the heist and strut across the promenade is so awesome. I have it as short clips ripped directly from the episode, but it's just not the same.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-QBe9pPdkM

The the CDs are filled to the brim, so I guess they needed to make tradeoffs somewhere. But there are probably enough halfway interesting cues for another CD with smaller stuff.


And therein lies my problem - the fact there are plenty of other gems that warrant releasing that re-released tracks are taking valuable space for.

BTW, the only reason BoBW was not on the Ron Jones set was because they could not get rights from GNP to release more than a certain number of minutes from it (and only unused score at that) because of licensing agreements.


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