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Old October 6 2014, 10:08 PM   #31
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Re: Let's Listen to Star Trek: Season Two!

“Riddled”? Seriously? I think I know of one cue that might be missing (an alternate from Conscience of the King that was used in Miri). I’m sure there is one person out there who bought this box for that one cue but there aren’t two.

It didn’t have a hefty price because it was complete or not. It has a hefty price because it’s fifteen CDs long!

I not saying that the LLL gang is beyond reproach or anything, but they did a hell of a job on a set that I still can’t believe even exists. “Inexcusable” is very over the top.

As for Cushman I’d believe a lot more of his bolder claims if he didn’t blow it on the facts that are more straightforward.

In comparison, I’ve got two jobs for you: First, I’ve got a room full of tapes. There is a 30 second cue. It might be in one of these tapes. Might not. Find and catalog it.

Second, I want you to write about a few sentences about a single episode. Here’s a book about the music from that episode. It’s indexed.

I have a guess at which one is harder.
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Old October 7 2014, 03:54 AM   #32
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Re: Let's Listen to Star Trek: Season Two!

Maybe the guy who thinks the LLL box is riddled with missing cues just doesn't understand how the set is organized. One facile example: if you're expecting to find Kirk's "One man with a vision" cue in "Mirror, Mirror," you're not going to find it there. And that happens a lot. But the library cues are there.

Alternatively, I wonder if he has an illegal download that was not complete.
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Old October 7 2014, 07:17 AM   #33
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Re: Let's Listen to Star Trek: Season Two!

I listen to the complete TOS soundtrack collection daily. My favorite soundtracks by far are for Enemy Within, Amok Time, Doomsday Machine, I Mudd and Metamorphosis. Metamorphosis being my favorite of Season 2. It's so beautiful and romantic.

EDIT: And a track from Trouble with tribbles that breaks into a short piano solo. It's very lovely and atmospheric.
Kirk...if you do this, you'll never sit in the Captain's chair again.

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