Discussion in 'Star Wars And Film Music' started by Mastadge, Aug 17, 2005.
I only own the Halo 2 soundtrack. I'm such a nerd, I know...
You should get London Calling by Clash. It's one of my favorite albums.
Thanks for the suggestion. It is on my "to get" list, but that's a very long list, so I don't know when I'll be able to get it.
ttbk, Looking At Heaven/End Credits
There's a complete album? That's one of my favorite western scores.
Just released by Intrada. They were going to do another pressing and remaster it anyway, so they added the last six unreleased minutes of score, and then some source cues.
Never heard the original album, so I don't know what, if any, improvement this offers. (the new cues are all less than a minute long) Great score though.
Dracula 2000 (Promotional CD) - Marco Beltrami
Once Upon a Time in the West
Nanny McPhee - Patrick Doyle
I went kinda crazy with the soundtrack purchases today (especially in the case of Jerry Goldsmith)...
Alien Nation (Rejected Score) - Jerry Goldsmith
Total Recall (Deluxe Edition) - Jerry Goldsmith
Poltergeist - Jerry Goldsmith
Poltergeist II: The Other Side - Jerry Goldsmith
Leviathan - Jerry Goldsmith
Hard Target - Graeme Revell
Ghostbusters - Elmer Bernstein
The Lost World: Jurassic Park - John Williams
See what I mean...
Oh ya... almost forgot...
The Last Samurai - Hans Zimmer
... and one more to grow on...
Basic Instinct (Deluxe Edition) - Jerry Goldsmith
In the last few months,
The Village - James Newton Howard
Vertigo (the re-recording by Joel McNeely) - Bernard Hermann
Schindler's List - John Williams
Superman - The Movie (Rhino 2-CD) - John Williams
'Movie Masterpieces' compilation - Ennio Morricone
Gladiator Anniversary Edition 2-CD - Hans Zimmer
Basic Instinct: The Deluxe Edition
That fell through... but I replaced it with...
Friday the 13th Parts VII & VIII - Fred Mollin
Ghostbusters (Varese Sarabande CD Club Release)
This is one of only 3000 copies produced... I am such a nerd.
Poltergeist III - JOE RENZETTI
I have the other two in the series... so why not?
Next I'm going to order The Haunting by Jerry Goldsmith... mainly because I read that most of it was unused material from the Poltergeist III score that Goldsmith had composed before they fired him due to budget constraints.
The Transformers: The Movie (score)
Dario Marianelli - V for Vendetta
Jerry Goldsmith - Star Trek: First Contact (Complete Score)
Ice Age 2: The Meltdown
Another score for a film I will probably never see.
Ghostbusters, Elmer Bernstein
Soul of the Ultimate Nation, Howard Shore -- if you love LotR scores, this is more of the same -- massive choral and orchestral fantasy score. Sometimes paraphrases LotR a bit closely, but usually original enough that it's worthwhile. It's definitely the closest shore has come in style and content to his LotR work.
The Island - Steve Jablonsky
I'm afraid my movie score/soundtrack collection is rather pathetic when I'm reading what all everyone has.
Star Wars: Episode IV- A New Hope (2004 edition)
Star Wars: Episode V- The Empire Strikes Back (2004 edition)
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
The Matrix Reloaded
The Matrix Revolutions
Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
I also own the soundtracks for Shrek, Shrek 2, and Chicago.
Danny Elfman - Mission: Impossible
Danny Elfman - Batman Returns
Jerry Goldsmith - The Omen: Deluxe Edition
Jerry Goldsmith - Basic Instinct: Deluxe Edition
Jerry Goldsmith - Hollow Man
Jerry Goldsmith - The Haunting
Jerry Goldsmith - The Secret of Nimh
Alexandre Desplat - The Luzhin Defence
Alexandre Desplat - Firewall