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Comments about the soundtrack for Apollo 13 (James Horner)

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Re: Apollo 13 expanded score only album
• Posted by: Lucio
• Date: Monday, September 1, 2003, at 2:01 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Apollo 13 expanded score only album (AnthonyE1778)

I have been researching the differant

> well, let me be your verification, this CD you speak of is authentic, and
> I own it. It was released through Houston Records by NASA. apparently they
> liked the score so much! all I can say is, if you run across it, get it
> immediately, the music is great, and the quality is crystal clear,
> couldn't get any better.
:) The alternate tracks are awesome too!

Bad verification, NASA hasn't anything to be with that "expanded" version, it's just one of the many a bootlegs that are floating around.
About the "extra" material, nothing new, the "alternate" tracks are just the re-recordings available from the 1998 Horner compilation albums (Silva, Sonic Images and Varese).

A complete shame, if you want to pay 30-50$ for that cd, then go for the REAL THING, the MCA promo.

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