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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Trek (Michael Giacchino)
Deluxe Edition leaves out choir

Mac.K
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Deluxe Edition leaves out choir   Wednesday, June 16, 2010 (6:51 p.m.) 

Varese decided to be cheap and not license the choral overlays for their Deluxe Edition of Star Trek.

BRING ON THE BOOTLEGS!



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Re: Deluxe Edition leaves out choir   Monday, June 21, 2010 (4:42 p.m.) 

> Varese decided to be cheap and not license the choral overlays for their
> Deluxe Edition of Star Trek.

> BRING ON THE BOOTLEGS!

I don't think Varese was being "cheap" for the hell of it.

It was likely trying to find a way to release the music in a way that was still marginally profitable.

I see a couple of other minor issues with the release, such as missing brass and woodwind overlays from "I've Fallen and I Can't Beam Up", and a missing overlay from the start of "Jehosafats", but the fact that we have around 90% of the complete score to the movie, and something a little different from the OST as packaging, I still find the Deluxe Edition to be far superior a presentation to the OST.

It's not a perfect release of the score, but it's still a good one.


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