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Re: There is unreleased music on this 2 CD set.
• Posted by: TJ Pridonoff   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, July 1, 2005, at 6:59 p.m.
• IP Address: adsl-69-235-23-152.dsl.irvnca.pacbell.net
• In Response to: There is unreleased music on this 2 CD set. (Ford A Thaxton)

> This CD does contain the world-preimere recording of "He's
> Toast" from the DS9 episode LIFE SUPPORT and "One Last
> Visit" from the DS9 Episode "The Visitor" plus the first
> recording of concert arrangement of the DS9 theme which is outstanding, it
> also contains a pure orchestral recording of Ron Jones' opening title
> theme to STARFLEET ACADEMY.

> The Cd also contains "Tasha's Farewell" from the TNG episode
> "Skin of Evil".

> This review fails to mention this and seems only interrested in discussing
> the feature film scores.

> Ford A. Thaxton

Actually the One Last Visit cue is on The Best of Star Trek: 30th Anniversary album, and it is superior on that album, but this CD is awesome. The Generations, ST:II, and ST:VI are all superior than the original soundtracks. Though, in my opinion the Goldsmith and Talgorn takes on Varese's Ultimate Star Trek of Insurrection and First Contact are better than the Prague performances.

The Skin of Evil cue is superior to the Motzing/Edel take as well.

Wish Silva would release another Space/Sci Fi album. Seems silly to release the Science Fiction Album Volume 1 and never follow up on it...

TJ




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