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Old April 28 2009, 08:23 PM   #91
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"We have to go back, Spock! We have to go back!"
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Old April 28 2009, 08:39 PM   #92
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the only thing missing in that was storm troopers.
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Old April 28 2009, 08:40 PM   #93
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I love it! Brought a tear to my eyes. This is beautiful.

Edit: I found another! To Boldly Go!
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Old April 28 2009, 10:29 PM   #94
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I really love Labor of Love. fantastic track.
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Old April 28 2009, 10:44 PM   #95
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Hi All,

Some "Enterprising" individual has co-opted an early copy of the soundtrack and posted it on YouTube. Here's the link to the first clip. Additional clips on his site:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdPkf...e=channel_page
I was in the middle of listening to this when track six wouldn't load. It looks like Varese has taken the tracks down.

The stuff I've heard so far has grown on me though.
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Old April 28 2009, 10:49 PM   #96
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YouTube yanked all the TREK XI tracks!!! Damn you, Varese!
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Old April 28 2009, 11:10 PM   #97
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I love it! Brought a tear to my eyes. This is beautiful.

Edit: I found another! To Boldly Go!
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Captain, to never give you up, never let you down, never run around and desert you, is illogical.
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Old April 28 2009, 11:11 PM   #98
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StarTrek1701 wrote: View Post
I love it! Brought a tear to my eyes. This is beautiful.

Edit: I found another! To Boldly Go!
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Captain, to never give you up, never let you down, never run around and desert you, is illogical.
You just got SpockRolled.
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Old April 29 2009, 12:16 AM   #99
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So far, I'm getting used to it. the main theme ditty is catchy, which is good since there's plenty of it. My only question is why at about fifty seconds into Track 11 Nero fiddles... does it suddenly break into the Gondor theme from LOTR? It's not just similar, it's borderline copyright infringement. Is it a nod to Karl Urban who was actually from Rohan? I sure hope not, that's just cheap. I mean is the theme from heroes burried in there somewhere as well, but I just can't hear it because I never watched the show? If someone has a logical answer, please enlighten me because it's very distracting and out of place, even as a tribute. And I swear, if Spock starts lighting beacon fires to rally the Federation, I am so walking out.
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Old April 29 2009, 12:26 AM   #100
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So far, I'm getting used to it. the main theme ditty is catchy, which is good since there's plenty of it. My only question is why at about fifty seconds into Track 11 Nero fiddles... does it suddenly break into the Gondor theme from LOTR? It's not just similar, it's borderline copyright infringement. Is it a nod to Karl Urban who was actually from Rohan? I sure hope not, that's just cheap. I mean is the theme from heroes burried in there somewhere as well, but I just can't hear it because I never watched the show? If someone has a logical answer, please enlighten me because it's very distracting and out of place, even as a tribute. And I swear, if Spock starts lighting beacon fires to rally the Federation, I am so walking out.
I can hear the similarities, but it's not the same thing.

Kinda like hearing Carmina Burana and thinking it's The Omen. Definately thought of Lord of the Rings though.
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Old April 29 2009, 12:40 AM   #101
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/\ It's seems more than just similar to me. It's only played at that one spot then never again. I just hope it doesn't underscore some cheesy reference scene like when Dirk Benedict walked past a Cylon in the opening of the A-Team. Then again a little in-joke isn't the end of the world. I think ET voted that one into law at the last republic senate meeting.
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Old April 29 2009, 06:01 AM   #102
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I really like what Giacchino has done here. God bless the late Jerry Goldsmith, but I was getting sick of his recycling. I recently gave a good listen to all the ST scores available, and I must say his scores got consistently less original every time. Especially his "mellow phase" with the very soft themes for FC and INS don't say "Star Trek" to me much anymore. Nemesis I felt was a step up again, but the Goldsmith sound altogether perfectly captures what was wrong with Star Trek so many years: It was tired and mere recycling of past glories.

Then again, I came to love Dennis McCarthy's GEN score. Choral influences, a suitably magical sound for the whole Nexus story. Very good. You can tell it's a Star Trek score eve though it doesn't sound like any of the other ones. And Giacchino has done a similar thing. His invocation of the Courage theme is inspired in combination with his own material, nostalgic and exciting. My favorite track however is "Hella Bar Talk", maybe because we've heard it a lot on the official site. But I'm telling you, I can already picture the accompanying scenes.
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Old April 29 2009, 06:24 AM   #103
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The Generations theme was like DS9 on steroids.
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Old April 29 2009, 11:36 AM   #104
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The videos are dead Jim.

It was inevitable I guess. Oh well....
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Old April 29 2009, 12:07 PM   #105
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I really like what Giacchino has done here. God bless the late Jerry Goldsmith, but I was getting sick of his recycling. I recently gave a good listen to all the ST scores available, and I must say his scores got consistently less original every time. Especially his "mellow phase" with the very soft themes for FC and INS don't say "Star Trek" to me much anymore.
It depends on personal taste, I guess. I absolutely loved FC soundtrack, and INS score fit perfectly into that whole atmosphere. The opening credits really gave the impression that this Ba'Ku planet is in fact the heaven of peace.

And I must say I even liked NEM soundtrack, I just wish that the opening sequence had been longer.

As for Giacchinos's score, I like it, especially the end credits, but the absence of Courage's fanfare at the beginning is kinda troubling. It should have been there, as well as Goldsmith's "The Enterprise" (AKA "TMP Theme").
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