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The Triangle
(2005)
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Composed, Co-Orchestrated, Co-Conducted, and Produced by:
Joseph LoDuca

Co-Orchestrated by:
Nathan Hofheins
Bill Stromberg
David DePalo

Co-Conducted by:
Judd Maher
Bill Stromberg
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LABEL & RELEASE DATE
La-La Land Records
(April 18th, 2006)
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ALBUM AVAILABILITY
Regular U.S. release.
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Buy it... if you specifically noticed the score in the mini-series and seek a 50-minute compilation of the score's most important moments.

Avoid it... if you are only vaguely familiar with Joseph LoDuca's work and are only vaguely interested in serviceable television scores.
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FILMTRACKS TRAFFIC RANK: #1,620
WRITTEN 4/15/06
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The Triangle: (Joseph LoDuca) One entry in the myriad of science fiction mystery flicks produced specifically for the American Sci-Fi Channel, The Triangle aired originally in December 2005 and again in March of 2006. Both the Sci-Fi Channel (and its sister network, the U.S.A. Channel) have made a living by producing these type of big ticket affairs for their core audiences, and while still floundering at times in its television genre, The Triangle seems to have garnered more critical and popular success than many of the other romps on the Sci-Fi Channel. Produced by Bryan Singer and Dean Devlin (who co-wrote the six-hour mini with sci-fi veteran Rockne S. O'Bannon), the project features a solid cast led by Sam Neill and over 800 digitally-rendered special effects shots. The plot tackles a possible truth about the Bermuda Triangle, with a billionaire (Neill) hiring a group of scientists and survivors of the mysterious oceanic region to determine once and for all what is happening to his container ships (among everything else that disappears there). The American military gets involved, as expected, and adds pressure to the already bizarre events the group of heroes experiences. Due to the epic scale of the film, producers Devlin and Singer would need a lengthy orchestral score of significant size, and with the usual time constraints of any television production, they'd need one quickly. Devlin admits to being a huge fan of composer Joseph LoDuca's career works, often utilizing his music as temp pieces in other projects, and LoDuca was thus hired for The Triangle.



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108 TOTAL VOTES
Average: 2.87 Stars
***** 16 5 Stars
**** 20 4 Stars
*** 27 3 Stars
** 25 2 Stars
* 20 1 Stars
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TRACK LISTINGS AND AUDIO
Audio Samples   ▼
Total Time: 52:46
• 1. Triangle Main Title (2:03)
• 2. Three Ships (1:47)
• 3. Cigar Boat (6:00)
• 4. To the Edge (1:30)
• 5. Reality (5:14)
• 6. Where Are We? (5:19)
• 7. Meeno in the Mirror (1:28)
• 8. Flesh & Blood (1:18)
• 9. The Adventurer (1:27)
• 10. Unabridged (0:47)
• 11. The Whalers (3:03)
• 12. Weist (1:47)
• 13. Methane Tanker (1:44)
• 14. Taking a Dive (4:38)
• 15. Dinner with Mom (1:19)
• 16. On the Edge (2:45)
• 17. Off Road (1:24)
• 18. Haloclines (1:57)
• 19. It's Over (2:39)
• 20. New Lives (2:40)
• 21. The Cross (2:05)

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The insert includes detailed notes about the score, film, and Joseph LoDuca's career.
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