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• Posted by Yavar Moradi
• Date: Tuesday, July 4, 2006, at 5:28 p.m.
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• In Response to: Word has it that is releasing... (Christian Kühn)

> (1) A re-release, possibly expanded, of Basil Poledouris' masterful 1989
> score to Farewell to the King. That would be greatly welcomed
> indeed. Another CDr in collection might get replaced.

Same for me. The new release is supposed to be about 67 minutes (1 CD, probably the complete score), Brendan -- this from the FSM board.

> (2) A 2-CD release of Henry Mancini's 1985 sci-fi score to
> Lifeforce. That would be neat, too, but for once, I am more than
> content with the old 37-minute release by Varese.

Yeah, I dunno, but I don't have the old one (just a 20 minute suite Jens made me) so I may get this. The reason Lifeforce is coming from BSX and not Prometheus is because Ford has supposedly tried to interest Luc Van de Ven in Lifeforce for some time but to no he's going through a different outlet.


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