Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Timofnine, Dec 24, 2022.
The next song is titled Clash of the Titan.
Then War of the Titan.
Finally, Remember the Titan.
I hope the theme is better than in S2...
Glad the previews at the end are back!
Let's not forget Titan A.E (the A.E stands for After Enterprise)
There are several great callbacks in the first 2 episodes already.
The end credits are the best I've ever seen.
Apparently we will also be getting some musical references to the movies Star Trek: IV and IV via callbacks to work by composers Cliff Eidelman (IV) and Leonard Rosenman (VI), as well as the cues from Goldsmith and Horner which we already know about.
I can’t wait to spot them.
I hope that we also get some subtle Berman era references to the likes of Jay Chataway, Dennis McCarthy, David Bell and Paul Baillargeon etc but I guess they can save that for a spin-off as we do not want musical sensory overload. It would be especially good to hear updated versions of the Voyager Borg themes from Dark Frontier and Scorpion one day.
Other way around. Rosenman did 4, Eidelman did 6.
As much as I love the music from that era and those composers, I do not want the score for Picard season 3 to simply be a musical patchwork quilt of previous material. I want new themes and new music overall that is equally compelling.
All of the memberries I’m hearing about make me a little concerned that it’s all going to be a patchwork of things we’ve seen before. I really hope I’m wrong about that.
There are around ten hours of sonic wallpaper with the odd peppering of the bombastic and pomp that the composers and musicians needed to blast out for this show. I don’t mind an intricate patchwork of legacy inspired music combined with new and original scores - we need a new generation of inspirational and memorable musicians and composers with their own original ideas that we can enjoy listening to just as much as we enjoy listening to what has come before and inspired their work. There definitely needs to be more new material than the derivative, or they would be paying far too much in royalty fees to the musicians unions and guilds instead of spending the dollar on new talent which is cheaper. I would imagine that many of us want to binge listen to some high quality music recognisable as ‘Star Trek’ , yet with it still being new and originally inspired, giving new musicians and artists the chance to be truly creative with Star Trek whilst still honouring its past and making a name for themselves. Definitely pepper in some Jerry Goldsmith and James Horner though to make it sound authentic.
Picard season 1 and 2 did not have many binge listening qualities besides the last few tracks of the season 2 album (Where you Belong/The Travellers/Guardian at the Gate/Second Chances). The Prodigy soundtrack peaks at times, btw.
*Still* waiting on the Strange New Worlds release.
Wow! It feels like it's 1983 again! Thank you for giving me back forty years of my life!
Here is a cool article that I found on MSN about the fan reaction to season 3’s soundtrack.
Some solid soundtrack release news at last!
Here is the track list, which I will put in to a spoiler tag just incase!
Spoiler: Picard Season 3 track list
1. Beverly Crusher (3:02)
2. Old Communicator (1:58)
3. Hello, Beautiful (1:57)
4. Leaving Spacedock (3:44)
5. I Like That Seven! (3:29)
6. Breaking the Beam (3:59)
7. The Shrike (3:34)
8. Picard’s Answer (4:08)
9. Riker and Jack (2:08)
10. Call Me Number One (2:02)
11. No Win Scenario (3:57)
12. Blood in the Water (2:58)
13. Let’s Go Home (3:24)
14. Flying Blind (5:51)
15. A New Family (4:16)
16. Klingons Never Disappoint (5:32)
17. I Do See You (5:26)
18. Legacies (3:15)
19. Evolution (2:44)
20. La Forges (2:08)
21. Invisible Rescue (3:34)
22. Catch Me First (2:32)
23. Proteus (3:46)
24. Dominion (7:04)
25. Lower the Partition (3:38)
26. Get Off My Bridge (4:26)
27. Family Reunion (3:17)
28. Impossible (1:37)
29. Frontier Day (2:43)
30. Hail the Fleet (4:03)
31. You Have the Conn (3:44)
32. Make It So (6:02)
33. This Ends Tonight (3:07)
34. Battle On the Bridge (2:58)
35. All That’s Left (2:02)
36. Annihilate (3:05)
37. Trust Me (2:06)
38. The Last Generation (2:51)
39. Where It All Began (2:19)
40. The Missing Part of Me (4:30)
41. Must Come to an End (1:32)
42. A New Day (3:22)
43. Legacy and Future (1:44)
44. Names Mean Everything (1:43)
45. The Stars – End Credits (2:59)
Just buy the First Contact one.
Already got it. There is far more to this album than First Contact inspired music though. I cannot wait to hear what the second half of the season brings too.
LaForges and Invisible Rescue were heard in this week’s episode, and they were phenomenal.
I liked Giacchino’s scores for the movies, but Barton has been just as good.
I will add it to my Star Trek playlist when it's released, but I'm excited to listen to the music again. This has been a really good season in terms of Music, even if there is a lot of it that has been used before.
I haven’t been that impressed with the score since the season premiere but I’ll still get this. Sometimes the score is buried by the rest of the sound for me so I don’t always catch the music that much. It’ll be nice to hear the music by it’s self.
There you go:
Already sold out sadly.
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