Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies I-X' started by Indysolo, Dec 9, 2013.
Get it here before it's gone, from Varese Sarabande.
It was, sadly, one of Jerry Goldsmith’s last film scores. Only Timeline and Looney Tunes: Back In Action (both 2003) would follow it. In 2002 Jerry Goldsmith took his final voyage on the fabled USS Enterprise and gave Star Trek Nemesis and the whole Next Generation crew an epic send-off.
This is the release so many Star Trek fans have been waiting for. Goldsmith’s complete score from Star Trek Nemesis is presented, along with a set of bonus tracks that includes source music, a set of alternate cues and mixes, plus a rare opportunity to listen in to the final moments of Jerry Goldsmith on the Star Trek scoring stage with his orchestra and director Stuart Baird.
In the wake of a joyful wedding between Riker (Jonathan Frakes) and Troi (Marina Sirtis), Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) receives another reason to celebrate: the Romulans want peace and the captain will be the Federation's emissary. But as the Enterprise heads toward the Romulan Empire, a brilliant villain awaits — harboring a diabolical plan of destruction and an unimaginable secret that will give Picard his most fearsome challenge.
We’re very excited to mark the return of the Varèse Sarabande CD Club with this historic and important Jerry Goldsmith release.
CDs will begin shipping the week of January 6.
Limited Edition of 5000 copies
Catalog #: VCL 1213 1143
1. Remus* (2:01)
2. The Box (2:21)
3. My Right Arm (1:04)
4. Star Field** / Positronic Signal (1:57)
5. The Argo (1:17)
6. Odds And Ends (4:39)
7. Your Brother / Course Plotted** (2:07)
8. Repairs** (6:27)
9. The Knife (3:10)
10. Perfect Timing / Allegiance (2:21)
11. Secrets (1:28)
12. The Mine (1:30)
13. Ideals (2:16)
14. Options (0:55)
15. Bed Time / Transport (1:38)
16. Blood Test (1:23)
17. The Mirror (5:23)
18. The Scorpion** (2:24)
19. His Plans / Data & B-4 (2:39)
20. Battle Stations** (2:40)
21. Attack Pattern (2:22)
22. The Invitation / True Nature / Let’s Go To Work (4:38)
23. Lateral Run (3:55)
24. The Viceroy (:20)
1. Engage (2:14)
2. Full Reverse (1:41)
3. Not Functional (2:54)
4. Final Flight (3:49)
5. Firing Sequence (:54)
6. A New Friend (2:38)
7. That Song** / An Honor (1:24)
8. A New Ending*†** (8:30)
9. Riker’s Strut #1 (Mike Lang) (1:07)
10. Riker’s Strut #2 (Mike Lang) (1:09)
11. Blue Skies† (Vocal By Brent Spiner) (3:17)
12. Blue Skies† (Instrumental) (2:37)
13. Secrets (Alternate Mix) (1:29)
14. The Mine (Alternate) (1:33)
15. Options (Alternate) (:57)
16. Options (Alternate Mix) (:58)
17. Data & B-4 (Alternate) (1:39)
18. Battle Stations** (Alternate Mix) (2:44)
19. Attack Pattern (Alternate Mix) (2:24)
20. True Nature (Alternate Mix) (1:30)
21. A New Ending*†** (Alternate) (6:11)
22. Director And Composer (2:35)
Any ideas what track 22. Director and Composer is all about?
Just chatter between Goldsmith and Stuart Baird.
From the press release:
"...plus a rare opportunity to listen in to the final moments of Jerry Goldsmith on the Star Trek scoring stage with his orchestra and director Stuart Baird."
From the title I thought it was going to be a release of an extended version of the movie.
It would be weird having the dead composer recut the movie.
Limited release? Crap. Time to get my wallet.
By this point Goldsmith was simply coasting, but even Goldsmith coasting is better than a lot of other works put out there, including Michael Gisomething's nuTrek scores. Anyway, definitely getting this one.
Somehow I missed this thread when I posted my duplicate one this morning. My bad everyone!
Not everyone knows who Jerry Goldsmith is.
Is there a way to purchase this without registering for the site? I don't want to make up a password for a site I'm probably only going to visit once.
So, all Trek movie soundtracks have been dealt with.
And the complete Lethal Weapon quadrilogy soundtrack box got also released.
That's what I call Christmas.
There's still a bunch of stuff that was left out of the STID soundtrack, but I'm sure there will be a two disc release for that soon as it didn't take long for the expanded version of ST09 to come out.
Use the "Guest Checkout" feature if they have one. It's what I usually do when I don't want to create an account too.
EDIT: It looks like they don't. I guess I WILL have to create an account.
Order placed! Can't wait!
The Star Trek: Deluxe Edition was announced Memorial Day 2010, roughly a year after the film came out, so if Varese follows suit, we can expect a similar announcement in May/June.
I'll definitely get this one. I've been waiting for this to come out - I've got all the other recent movie releases plus TOS box set. Love it!
Woo hoo! Thanks for the heads-up! Ordered!
You can get the soundtrack from BuySoundTrax.
Nemesis has an interesting soundtrack. I really liked the Romulan theme opening, but then later when waiting in orbit of Romulus, I couldn't tell if I was hearing film music or muzak being played the bridge.
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