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Comments about the soundtrack for Return of the Jedi (John Williams)
Missing Track

Jeff
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Mark - 224
Missing Track   Friday, March 25, 2005 (3:42 p.m.) 

There is a missing track from return of the jedi. It plays in Jabba's court when Cewbacca is being taken prissoner by the guards. The song plays again when it shows Jabba's sail barge flying over the desert for the first time. I think the song was played by Jabba's band. But if anyone has any information on the song then tell me where i can get or any useful information you may have on it.

Thanks!

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Bernard
Well...   Monday, April 11, 2005 (5:13 a.m.) 

That song could not be found in time for the 1997 release.

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Re: Well...   Tuesday, July 5, 2005 (8:14 p.m.) 

I cheated and ripped it from the DVD. It's not very clean. I need to get a surround sound system before I can get it cleaner. But it still is the track.

It's really short I'm noticing. It's almoost like 2-3 verses each. Some with the muted horn like part and the others without...all of which just looped. I wish they could find it. I mean, the soundtracks have been sitting aroud for a while now, why couldn't they find it!

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Jonathon
Re: Well...   Saturday, July 23, 2005 (7:37 a.m.) 

how do you rip music off dvd? - and about you're last question - i think it is about money - or else, i don't know

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Nicholas
Re: Well...   Tuesday, August 23, 2005 (5:39 a.m.) 

I've been after that song too!!!

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Re: Well...   Friday, November 25, 2005 (11:23 a.m.) 

> I've been after that song too!!!

Me as well. You'd think it would be available somewhere. Why didn't they keep "Jedi Rocks" off of the lineup and put that track on there instead!

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Re: Well...   Friday, December 16, 2005 (12:44 a.m.) 

Jedi Rocks is a good song - and there was enough room for the lost track - but apparantly they could not find it for if they could it would have been included on the album

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