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  1. I have to echo these sentiments, this release is about the closest to perfect I can possibly think of, and I have revisited this often.
  2. I've listened to the score a couple of times, and the film versions of the cues are interesting. I can see why they put certain versions on the album, bu as per my ways, I much prefer this complete presentation. There are some real gems in there, Langley being a really good presentation of the TV theme. Also really enjoying the mastering on CD 2, nothing sounds off or poorly crossfaded, with good separation between Zoom A and Zoom B in the track, for instance. For me, this score really flows well in complete form. Lots of fun, whimsy and tension at the same time. There's a groove that comes out in this score that reminds me a lot of Men In Black, and a couple of people said it reminded them of "The Simpsons", which made me chuckle. The artwork seems great, but I've yet to read the liner notes. "Good morning, Mr. Cruise..." made me chuckle. It appears the track breakdown is only for CD 2, and the score album is simply mentioned as being the original album presentation from what I saw on a quick skim.
  3. Verdict: this one sounds great, and is fantastically assembled. Really enjoying Elfman’s score.
  4. Just got my notice and tracking number. Really looking forward to this.
  5. Between this and Mission Impossible, I suspect I’ll be very happy.
  6. Given that this is apparently Elfman's socre without the Silvestri rejected material, do we know how much music is missing from the score album?
  7. I could easily live with Disney releasing it themselves if the mastering and decisions for the music itself are handled by Matessino, given his work and the trust placed in him by Williams. Even if they are bare bones, hardly any liner notes, and simple artwork (Teaser posters, or original LP covers with track listings on the back), I would be happy, given that it's really the music at the heart of it. The ideal of La-La Land Records doing it with Jim Titus artwork, and a presentation on par with the Superman and Harry Potter releases (and Close Encounters, and E.T. ... and on and on ...) is a pie-in-the-sky pipedream.
  8. I loved the OST releases for Sorcerer's Stone and Prizoner, however I found that these releases to be the best presentation for me. I sold on the OSTs in lieu of this set, and never looked back as they say. But the OST arrangement / editing etc. are definitely top notch.
  9. Personally, I love this edition, the clarity and the levels etc., sound perfect to my ears. Before this release, I listened to the Rhino 2 CD release a number of times, and once or twice to the OST with 2 missing tracks I had a while back, and found myself going back to it fairly frequently. I attribute this largely to the improved sound quality and clarity, and the levels etc. rarely enter my thoughts. The LLLR release is, IMHO, definitive and all one could possibly need.
  10. I some copies at WonderCon. Not a Vinyl person myself, but they certainly looked nice.
  11. Really love both scores, but for me Star Trek TMP is the big one.
  12. I picked up the CD at the booth on Friday, alone Schindlers List and a couple of other titles. Good to see the LLLR people again.
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