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01 1m1 The Island's Voice - 3:32 - OST 2 The Island Prologue [0:00-3:27]

02 2m2 Revealing The Plans - 2:13 - OST 8 Hammond's Plan [0:00-2:05]

03 3m1 To The Island - 3:37 - OST 3 Malcolm's Journey [0:00-3:33]

04 3m2 The Stegosauras - 2:19 - OST 11 The Stegosaurus [0:00-2:11]

05 3m3 Finding The Baby - 3:08 - OST 11 The Stegosaurus [2:11-end]

06 4m1 Fire At Camp - 1:05 - Unreleased

07 4m2 Corporate Choppers / - 2:24 - Unreleased

08 4m3/5m1 The Round Up - 3:30 - OST 4 The Hunt

09 5m2 Big Feet - 1:34 - Unreleased

10 5m3/6m1 Spilling Petrol - 3:42 - Unreleased

11 5m3/6m1 Part II Horning In - 1:26 - Unreleased

12 6m2/7m1 Up In A Basket - 2:58 - Unreleased

13 6m2/7m1 Part II Up In A Basket - 2:30 - Unreleased

14 7m2/8m1 Pain Of Glass / - 3:58 - Unreleased

15 8m2 Truck Stop - 5:05 - OST 7 Rescuing Sarah [0:00-2:12] (2:12) / Unreleased (1:04) / OST 7 [2:12-end] (1:48)

16 8m3 Reading The Map / - 3:02 - Unreleased

17 8m4/9m1 The Trek - 5:23 - OST 5 The Trek

18 9m2 The Compys! - 1:36 - OST 2 The Island Prologue [3:27-end]

19 9m3/10mA The Compys Dine / - 2:56 - OST 10 The Compys Dine [0:00-2:47]

20 10m1 Rialto Ripples - 5:46 - OST 12 Ludlow's Demise [0:00-1:35] (1:35) / Unreleased (4:11)

21 10m2 Steiner In The Grass - 2:25 - OST 8 Hammond's Plan [2:05-end]

22 10m3/11m1 After The Fall - 3:03 - OST 6 Finding Camp Jurassic

23 11m2 The Raptors Appear - 3:43 - OST 9 The Raptors Appear

24 11m3/12m1 High Bar and Ceiling Tiles - 4:14 - Unreleased

25 12m2 Heading North / - 2:10 - OST 3 Malcolm's Journey [3:33-end]

26 12m3 Ludlow's Speech - 2:54 - Unreleased

27 12m4 Wompi's Wrench - 2:10 - OST 10 The Compys Dine [2:47-end]

28 12m5 Monster On The Loose - 2:29 - Unreleased

29 13m1 A Neighborhood Visitor - 3:31 - OST 13 Visitor In San Diego [0:00-3:24]

30 13m2 Streets Of San Diego / - 4:08 - OST 13 Visitor In San Diego [3:24-end]

31 13m3/14m1 Ludlow's End - 2:49 - OST 12 Ludlow's Demise [1:35-end]

32 14m2 The Saving Dart / - 3:00 - OST 14 Finale and Jurassic Park Theme [0:00-2:23] (2:23) / Unreleased (0:37)

33 End Credits Intro / - 0:13 - Unreleased

34 The Lost World (End Credits) - 3:33 - OST 1 The Lost World

 

 

 

01 1m1 The Island's Voice

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 68 bars

Length (Recorded): 3:32

Appears on OST: 2 The Island Prologue [0:00-3:27]

Appears in Film: Plays in its entirety as intended

Scene Description: A British family on a yacht cruise ends up on Isla Sorna, and the daughter of the family ends up getting attacked by compys. The new danger motif/carnivore theme is introduced.

 

02 2m2 Revealing The Plans

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 37 bars

Length (Recorded): 2:13

Appears on OST: 8 Hammond's Plan [0:00-2:05]

Appears in Film: Plays in its entirety as intended

Scene Description: Hammond tells Malcolm that his girlfriend Sarah is the paleontologist that's on the island, and then Malcolm says he's going to the island to rescue her as the Island Theme from the first movie plays.

 

03 3m1 To The Island

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 123 bars

Length (Recorded): 3:37

Appears on OST: 3 Malcolm's Journey [0:00-3:33]

Appears in Film: Plays in its entirety as intended

Scene Description: Malcolm's daughter looks around at the expedition equipment, then the Lost World Theme is introduced as the barge approaches Isla Sorna. Carr shows Malcolm his dart gun, then Van Owen translates for the captain who says he won't keep the boat nearby. The Lost World Theme returns as the expedition's vehicles roll out and they approach the location of Sarah's locator.

 

04 3m2 The Stegosauras

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 44 bars

Length (Recorded): 2:19

Appears on OST: 11 The Stegosaurus [0:00-2:11]

Appears in Film: Plays in its entirety as intended

Scene Description: Some stegosaurus' appear as they are shouting Sarah's name. They find Sarah taking pictures.

 

05 3m3 Finding The Baby

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 91 bars

Length (Recorded): 3:08

Appears on OST: 11 The Stegosaurus [2:11-end]

Appears in Film: Opening dialed out

Scene Description: Sarah begins photographing some Stegosauraus, becomes friendly with a young one until her camera starts making noise which startles it, and the parents chase her a bit to protect their young.

 

06 4m1 Fire At Camp

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 25 bars

Length (Recorded): 1:05

Appears on OST:

Appears in Film: [DVD 0:28:56-0:29:49] Plays in its entirety as intended (opening beats impossible to hear)

Scene Description: Van Owen sees a fire at their camp, Sarah converses with Malcolm, and the fire is revealed to be Kelly making dinner.

 

07 4m2 Corporate Choppers

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 76 bars

Length (Recorded): 2:24

Appears on OST:

Appears in Film: [DVD 0:33:29-0:35:15] some portions dropped

Scene Description: Our heroes notice choppers arriving on the island with vehicles. Tembo tells Ludlow his conditions for running Ludlow's expedition.

 

08 4m3/5m1 The Round Up

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 144 bars

Length (Recorded): 3:30

Appears on OST: 4 The Hunt

Appears in Film: Completely replaced by tracked music or silence

Scene Description: Tembo and Ludlow's team round up and capture a bunch of dinosaurs.

 

09 5m2 Big Feet

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 21 bars

Length (Recorded): 1:34

Appears on OST:

Appears in Film: [DVD 0:39:01-0:40:06] Bars 11-15 spliced out

Scene Description: Our heroes observe what is going on from a distance. The danger motif returns as Tembo and Burke inspect a T Rex footprint. Tembo tells Ludlow he is going to collect his fee.

 

10 5m3/6m1 Spilling Petrol

Orchestrator: John Neufeld & Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 85 bars

Length (Recorded): 3:42

Appears on OST:

Appears in Film: [DVD 0:43:14-0:45:33] Opening dropped (as scene was deleted)

Scene Description: Our heroes empty Ludlow's vehicles of their gas, Ludlow begins a video conference with the mainland, then our heroes begin releasing dinosaurs from their cages. The Island Theme returns again as Ludlow talks about Hammond and shows his plans for an amphitheater he was building in San Diego.

 

11 5m3/6m1 Part II Horning In

Orchestrator: John Neufeld & Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 45 bars

Length (Recorded): 1:26

Appears on OST:

Appears in Film: [DVD 0:45:35-0:46:50] Plays in its entirety as intended

Scene Description: The escaped dinosaurs bust into Ludlow's conference, then wreak havoc around the camp. Van Owen finds the injured T Rex infant that Tembo was using as bait for the adults and rescues it. Tembo returns to camp and Van Owen brings the infant T Rex to Sarah.

 

12 6m2/7m1 Up In A Basket

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 66 bars

Length (Recorded): 2:58

Appears on OST:

Appears in Film: [DVD 0:50:24-0:51:20] First 0:56 plays as intended, rest dropped

Scene Description: Malcolm and Kelly join Carr in the High Hide. Van Owen and Sarah work on the injured T Rex. Malcolm tries to calm down Kelly. A T-rex roars in the distance, and Malcolm tries calling the RV but they don't respond. He decides to go rescue them. After leaving, Carr and Kelly see the T-Rex approaching

 

13 6m2/7m1 Part II Up In A Basket

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 75 bars

Length (Recorded): 2:30

Appears on OST:

Appears in Film: Completely dropped from film.

Scene Description: Malcolm runs to the RV. Inside, he tries to get them to let the injured T-Rex go, but its too late. Two adult T-Rexes appear, one on each side of the RV. After pushing it around for a bit, our heroes open the door and let the injured T-Rex out.

 

14 7m2/8m1 Pain Of Glass

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 67 bars

Length (Recorded): 3:58

Appears on OST:

Appears in Film: [DVD 0:58:02-1:02:00] Plays in its entirety as intended

Scene Description: Sarah lands on the glass of the toppled-over trailer, Malcolm rescues her. Carr shows up and brings in a rope he has tied around a tree that he throws to them. The trailer begins to roll....

 

15 8m2 Truck Stop

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 156 bars

Length (Recorded): 5:05

Appears on OST: 7 Rescuing Sarah [0:00-2:12] (2:12) / Unreleased (1:04) / 7 [2:12-end] (1:48)

Appears in Film: Plays in its entirety as intended

Scene Description: ... and Carr has to go get a second rope, hooked up to his winch, to try to drag the trailer back with. It begins to work, and Malcolm, Sarah, and Van Owen begin climbing up, but then they fall, and then two adult T Rex's show up and begin taking apart his car, and then he is eaten. The trailer falls around Malcolm, Sarah, and Van Owen, and they are able to climb to safety as Tembo and his team has arrived on the scene.

 

16 8m3 Reading The Map

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 90 bars

Length (Recorded): 3:02

Appears on OST:

Appears in Film: [DVD 1:08:35-1:09:57]

Scene Description: Ludlow tells everyone that velocipraptors have set up shop in the center of the island where they want to go, and the team debates about what to do. Tembo tells everyone to get moving

 

17 8m4/9m1 The Trek

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 138 bars

Length (Recorded): 5:23

Appears on OST: 5 The Trek

Appears in Film: Almost entirely replaced by tracked music or silence

Scene Description: The trek begins to travel, through the rain, towards the center of the island. The Island Theme returns when Hammond is mentioned during a conversation between Malcolm and Ludlow. Later in the day, it has stopped raining, and the trek stops after Tembo notices Sarah is leaving infant T Rex blood behind on ferns she brushes up against. Dieter leaves the group for some privacy, but the person he tells, Carter, doesn't hear him. He has a run-in with a compy, and ends up getting lost, and Carter can't hear him. He trips and falls down a hill.

 

18 9m2 The Compys!

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 67 bars

Length (Recorded): 1:36

Appears on OST: 2 The Island Prologue [3:27-end]

Appears in Film: Plays in its entirety as intended.

Scene Description: A large group of Compys attacked Dieter after he lands. He manages to get them off him after a brief struggle. Back at camp, Tembo gets the trek moving again.

 

19 9m3/10mA The Compys Dine

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 76 bars

Length (Recorded): 2:56

Appears on OST: 10 The Compys Dine [0:00-2:47]

Appears in Film: Plays in its entirety as intended

Scene Description: Dieter continues to wander, lost, chased by compys. They eventually overcome him, and his blood runs into a stream. Tembo questions Carter about Dieter's whereabouts and sends the trek on its way without him. Ludlow is unable to get everyone moving, but Van Owen is. At nighttime, the group sleeps on the ground.

 

20 10m1 Rialto Ripples

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 183 bars

Length (Recorded): 5:46

Appears on OST: 12 Ludlow's Demise [0:00-1:35] (1:35) / Unreleased (4:10)

Appears in Film:

Scene Description: Tembo returns, saying he found what was left of Dieter. Him, Malcolm, and another go over a map and plan to leave in an hour. Malcolm works his way back to his tent, but notices ripples in the ground water, like something large is approaching. In her tent, Sarah hides her food and turns off her light, but the T Rex sniffs at them anyway. Carter notices the T Rex and wakes up the whole camp, and the T Rex chases everyone away from camp. Tembo manages to hit the T Rex with a tranquilizer dart, but it manages to chase a bunch of survivors into a cave behind a waterfall anyway.

 

21 10m2 Steiner In The Grass

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 60 bars

Length (Recorded): 2:25

Appears on OST: 8 Hammond's Plan [2:05-end]

Appears in Film: Plays in its entirety as intended.

Scene Description: The survivors make their way through the long grass, where all the extras and minor characters are attacked one by one. The main characters run and end up falling down a hill.

 

22 10m3/11m1 After The Fall

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 58 bars

Length (Recorded): 3:03

Appears on OST: 6 Finding Camp Jurassic

Appears in Film: Plays in its entirety as intended.

Scene Description: Van Owen leaves the others to make his way into the communication center, as Malcolm is injured. Inside, Van Owen discovers some paintings of Jurassic Park, as The Island Theme plays again. Exploring further, he finds the communications room, and turns on the power.

 

23 11m2 The Raptors Appear

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 104 bars

Length (Recorded): 3:37

Appears on OST: 9 The Raptors Appear

Appears in Film: Plays in its entirety as intended.

Scene Description: Malcolm, Sarah, and Kelly make their way towards the building as the danger motif returns. A raptor suddenly appears and jumps on Sarah, then calls for other raptors, who quickly show up and chase Sarah and Kelly inside. Malcolm tussles with one outside for a while, as Sarah and Kelly end up trapped in a room with raptors waiting outside. they begin digging to try to get in, while Sarah and Kelly begin digging to try to get out the other side.

 

24 11m3/12m1 High Bar and Ceiling Tiles

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 136 bars

Length (Recorded): 4:14

Appears on OST:

Appears in Film: [DVD 1:35-16-1:39:11] Large portions replaced by silence or The Lost World track

Scene Description: A raptor appears in the hole they were digging, so they climb up towards the ceiling. Outside, Malcolm escapes the raptor that was keeping him in a car, and he enters the room Sarah and Kelly are in and also begins climbing up. Kelly begins doing gymnastics, and ends up kicking a raptor out a window, landing on a spike that impales it. Sarah makes her way out the roof, but gets trapped between two raptors. When they begin fighting each other, she is able to escape, and the trio along with Nick is rescued by helicopters.

 

25 12m2 Heading North

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 46 bars

Length (Recorded): 2:10

Appears on OST: 3 Malcolm's Journey [3:33-end]

Appears in Film: First of the cue is dropped

Scene Description: Ludlow thanks Tembo for tranquilizing the T Rex, and after a brief conversation, Tembo turns down an offer to work for Ludlow any more. On the helicopter, Sarah, Nick and Malcolm notice the captured T Rex as The Lost World theme returns. They make their way to the main land.

 

26 12m3 Ludlow's Speech

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 91 bars

Length (Recorded): 2:54

Appears on OST:

Appears in Film: [DVD 1:41:17-1:43:17] Final minute dropped from film

Scene Description: At Ingen's dockside property, big wigs make their way in to listen to Ludlow's presentation about what he plans on bringing into San Diego. Malcolm and Sarah try to get in, but are rejected by the security guard. One of Ludlow's men tells him he needs to see something in the communications room, and he tells guard to let Malcolm and Sarah in. Inside the communications room, the radar shows that the barge is not slowing down and will crash into the dock. Outside, everyone turns around as they hear something approaching. Ludlow stares at the radar for a while then goes outside and the barge hits the dock

 

27 12m4 Wompi's Wrench

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 36 bars

Length (Recorded): 2:10

Appears on OST: 10 The Compys Dine [2:47-end]

Appears in Film: Completely dropped from film.

Scene Description: In the aftermatch of the dock crash, Ludlow, Malcolm, and Sarah board the crashed barge, and inspect the situation. The crew is all dead, and the cargo hold doors are closed but malfunctioning. Ludlow demands them to be opened, despite Malcolm's protests.

 

28 12m5 Monster On The Loose

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 50 bars

Length (Recorded): 2:29

Appears on OST:

Appears in Film: [DVD 1:46:22-1:48:35] Portion replaced by music tracked from A Neighborhood Visitor

Scene Description: The T Rex emerges from the cargo hold and then goes on a rampage on the dock, and escapes from Ingen's property. Malcolm and Sarah ask one of Ludlow's men what the T Rex was injected with, and then ask Ludlow where the infact T Rex is.

 

29 13m1 A Neighborhood Visitor

Orchestrator: John Neufeld

Length (sheet music): 72 bars

Length (Recorded): 3:31

Appears on OST: 13 Visitor In San Diego [0:00-3:24]

Appears in Film: Plays in its entirety as intended

Scene Description: The T Rex makes its way into a suburban neighborhood's backyard and drinks water from a pool. The child of the home wakes up tells his parents, who don't believe him. They finally do when they see the T Rex eating their dog outside. The boy's camera flash makes the T Rex roar, and they all yell.

 

30 13m2 Streets Of San Diego

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 105 bars

Length (Recorded): 4:08

Appears on OST: 13 Visitor In San Diego [3:24-end]

Appears in Film: Small portions dialed out

Scene Description: Malcolm and Sarah break into the location of the unfinished Jurassic Park amphitheater and grab the infant T Rex. Meanwhile, the T Rex is causing havoc on the street of San Diego, destroying cars, street lights, buses, and video stores. Malcolm and Sarah get close enough for it to hear the infant T Rex in their car, and a car chase follows. They make their way back to Ingen's dockside property, and carry the infant back to the barge. After dropping it off, they jump into the water...

 

31 13m3/14m1 Ludlow's End

Orchestrator: John Neufeld & Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 74 bars

Length (Recorded): 2:45

Appears on OST: 12 Ludlow's Demise [1:35-end]

Appears in Film: Beginning and end play as intended, middle dropped or replaced by The Lost World track

Scene Description: ... and Ludlow can only watch from the top of the barge. He hears the infact T Rex in the cargo hold and makes his way inside. The adult T Rex appears and both dinosaurs attack and eat Ludlow. Sarah and Malcolm emerge from the water and are able to both close the cargo hold hatch and shoot it with a tranquilizer before any further damage is done.

 

32 14m2 The Saving Dart

Orchestrator: Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 57 bars

Length (Recorded): 3:00

Appears on OST: 14 Finale and Jurassic Park Theme [0:00-2:23] (2:23) / Unreleased (0:37)

Appears in Film: First 2:23 play an intended, the rest dropped

Scene Description: The T Rex roars and collapses into the cargo hold. Malcolm, Sarah, and Kelly are watching footage of the ship returning to Isla Sorna on television. John Hammond then appears on TV, saying that the best thing for us to do is not interfere with the dinosaurs at all as the main theme from Jurassic Park returns on piano covering shots of the dinosaurs living peacefully on Isla Sorna.

 

33 End Credits Intro

Orchestrator:

Length (sheet music): 11 bars

Length (Recorded): 0:18

Appears on OST:

Appears in Film: Plays in its entirety as intended

Scene Description: Alternate orchestration for the beginning of the main theme (see next cue), which was used in the film during the end credits.

 

34 The Lost World (End Credits)

Orchestrator: John Neufeld & Conrad Pope

Length (sheet music): 134 bars

Length (Recorded): 3:33

Appears on OST: 1 The Lost World

Appears in Film: Apart from the opening 0:13 being replaced by End Credits Intro, it plays in its entirety as intended

Scene Description: Concert arrangement of the new main theme.

 

 

 

OST BREAKDOWN:

 

1. The Lost World (0:33)

  • 34 The Lost World (End Credits)

 

2. The Island Prologue (5:03)

  • 0:00-3:27 (3:27) = 01 1m1 The Island's Voice
  • 3:27-end (1:34) = 18 9m2 The Compys!

 

3. Malcolm's Journey (5:43)

  • 0:00-3:33 (3:33) = 03 3m1 To The Island
  • 3:33-end (2:10) = 25 12m2 Heading North

 

4. The Hunt (3:30)

  • 08 4m3/5m1 The Round Up

 

5. The Trek (5:23)

  • 17 8m4/9m1 The Trek

 

6. Finding Camp Jurassic (3:03)

  • 22 10m3/11m1 After The Fall

 

7. Rescuing Sarah (4:00)

  • 15 8m2 Truck Stop, however a 1:04 section of music is edited out at 2:12

 

8. Hammond's Plan (4:31)

  • 0:00-2:05 (2:05) = 02 2m2 Revealing The Plans
  • 2:05-end (2:25) = 21 10m2 Steiner In The Grass

 

9. The Raptors Appear (3:42)

  • 23 11m2 The Raptors Appear

 

10. The Compys Dine (5:07)

  • 0:00-2:47 (2:47) = 19 9m3/10mA The Compys Dine
  • 2:47-end (2:20) = 27 12m4 Wompi's Wrench

 

11. The Stegosaurus (5:20)

  • 0:00-2:11 (2:11) = 04 3m2 The Stegosauras
  • 2:11-end (3:09) = 05 3m3 Finding The Baby

 

12. Ludlow's Demise (4:26)

  • 0:00-1:35 (1:35) = 20 10m1 Rialto Ripples, but only the first 1:35 of the cue. The remaining 3:45 is unreleased.
  • 1:35-end (2:49) = 31 13m3/14m1 Ludlow's End

 

13. Visitor In San Diego (7:37)

  • 0:00-2:10 (2:10) = 29 13m1 A Neighborhood Visitor
  • 2:10-end (5:27) = 30 13m2 Streets Of San Diego

 

14. Finale And Jurassic Park Theme (7:54)

  • 0:00-2:23 (2:23) = 32 14m2 The Saving Dart, but only the first 2:23. The remaining 0:37 is unreleased.
  • 2:23-end (5:31) = new recording of the Theme From Jurassic Park concert arrangement

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I doubt the sessions have leaked (unless you know more, Jason?), although it would be a dream come true. As always, Williams managed to leave out some of the best parts: Pain of Glass, and High Bar and Ceiling Titles, as apparently they're called.

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The sheet music is out there. I honestly have no idea if the recording sessions are.

The only thing I've been able to find is the main title, which was commercially published as one of the Hal Leonard Signature Editions. If you know of anyone who has the rest, I'd love it if you can point me in the right direction.

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"Spilling Petrol" is a weird title - it underscores the scene where our heroes let all the captured dinosaurs out. As far as I can see no petrol was spilled.

 

"Horning In" is a pretty funny title.... the cue begins right when a dinosaur smashes into the room Ludlow is giving his presentation in with its horn :)

 

What does "Rialto RIpples" mean? Its the long cue starting with Malcolm and Tembo looking at the map, then everyone sleeping in camp, Malcolm sees the puddles ripple a the T Rex comes, then chases everyone into the waterfall

 

What specific Max Steiner music does "Steiner In The Grass" refer to? (This is the scene where the raptors chase them in the long grass)

 

What does "Wompi's Wrench" mean?

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What does "Rialto RIpples" mean?

Rialto Ripples is the name of a famous rag written by a young George Gershwin. My Dad used to play it on the piano all the time. I'm not familiar enough with the score to recall if there is any melodic similarity to the cue in question.

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Can anyone who's very familiar with this score confirm that this list is truly complete? :)

It's definitely complete. I've lined up everything with all the music heard in the OST and film in the first post

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Can anyone who's very familiar with this score confirm that this list is truly complete? :)

It's definitely complete. I've lined up everything with all the music heard in the OST and film in the first post

Excellent! Thanks, Jay! :)

BTW, love all the puns and references. Very Giacchino-like.

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Can anyone tell me:

-Is OST track 11 definitely 3m2 and 3m3 combined?

-Where in track#10 on the OST the cue "9m3/10mA The Compys Dine" ends, and which cue(s) then follows?

-If I was correct in my guesses of where the 3 cues that make up "Visitor In San Diego" begin and end?

EDIT: I'm now wondering if Wompi's Wrench is a different cue that wasn't in the film at all; "Monster On The Loose" is the unreleased cue that plays in the DVD from 1:46:22-1:48:35, and "Visitor In San Diego" is only made up of 2 cues - "A Neighborhood Visitor" from 0:00-2:10, and "Streets Of San Diego" from 2:10-end?

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This is now superfluous, but in case it might be of any help, this is the fan-made complete cue list as found on the old JWFan forum:

COMPLETE CUE LIST

1. The Island Prologue 3:32 Official CD Track 2 (0:00-3:32)

2. Hammond's Plan 2:09 Official CD Track 8 (0:00-2:09)

3. Malcom's Journey 3:36 Official CD Track 3 (0:00-3:36)

4. The Stegosaurus 5:20 Official CD Track 11

5. The Stowaway 1:00 Officially Unreleased

6. The Arrival of Team B 1:49 Officially Unreleased

7. The Hunt ++ 3:30 Official CD Track 4

8. The Capture/Roland Tembo's Hunt 1:06 Officially Unreleased

9. The Backup Plan: Sabotage 2:19 Officially Unreleased

10. The Rampage 1:21 Officially Unreleased

11. The Infant T-Rex and The High Hide 1:09 Officially Unreleased

12. Walking on Broken Glass 4:01 Officially Unreleased

13. Rescuing Sarah 5:04 Official CD Track 7 / Officially Unreleased

14. "Velociraptors..." 1:23 Officially Unreleased

15. The Trek ++ 5:23 Official CD Track 5

16. Death & Dieter Stark 1:34 Official CD Track 2 (3:28-end)

17. The Compys Dine ++ 5:06 Official CD Track 10

18. Uninvited Guest ++ 3:19 Official CD Track 12 (0:00-1:36) / Officially Unreleased

19. Crashing the Sleepover 2:15 Officially Unreleased

20. The Pack Hunters in the Long Grass 2:25 Official CD Track 8 (2:06-end)

21. Finding Camp Jurassic 3:01 Official CD Track 6

22. The Raptors Appear 3:41 Official CD Track 9

23. The Raptor Attack, Part I 1:23 Officially Unreleased

24. The Raptor Attack, Part II 1:14 Officially Unreleased

25. The Helicopter 0:20 Officially Unreleased

26. Tembo's Goodbye 2:10 Official CD Track 3, (3:35-end)

27. The Ludlow Affair 2:04 Officially Unreleased

28. "Now You're Hammond" 2:22 Officially Unreleased

29. Visitor in San Diego 7:37 Official CD Track 13

30. Ludlow's Demise + 2:50 Official CD Track 12 (1:36-end)

31. Finale and Jurassic Park Theme 7:54 Official CD Track 14

32. The Lost World (End Credits) 3:33 Official CD Track 1

NOTE:

The movie features scene after scene of heavily-edited medleys of music from elsewhere in the film.

This list shows a speculative presentation of the music cues as originally intended.

+ Not used in the film

++ Includes music not used in the film

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Yea fommes, the info in my first post supercedes all that information.

Ive been going through the OST and DVD this morning to assemble that information

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Can anyone who's very familiar with this score confirm that this list is truly complete? :)

It's definitely complete. I've lined up everything with all the music heard in the OST and film in the first post

Excellent! Thanks, Jay! :)

BTW, love all the puns and references. Very Giacchino-like.

In fact... as more and more williams own cuetitles leak, we should start calling it 'williamesque'.

and aferall giacchino does not do his own. Williams seems to. he is the true master of film scoring...

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I'll have to go through this. i LOVE that he calls it "Stiener in the Grass" I KNEW it was meant to be an omage to King Kongs "The Island" heh... anyway, i can already see that the alternates are missing.

I don't think there are any alternates. Its all just music tracked from other cues, I think.

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This the cue list i had compiled based on the complete score edit i made.

$ - On Album

% - Unused

* - Unreleased

# - NA

# Universal Logo

01) $ Island Prologue - [01:42]

$ Kathy's beach - [00:58]

$ Lost World Found - [00:54]

1m1 The Island's Voice (John Neufeld, 68 bars)

02) # 1m2 "Beethoven's Pathetique" - [04:51]

03) # 2m1 "Mozart Sonata in a minor - [08:01]

04) $ Hammond's Plan - [02:12]

2m2 Revealing The Plans (John Neufeld, 37 bars)

05) $ Malcolm's Journey - [03:34]

3m1 To The Island (Conrad Pope, 123 bars)

06) $ The Stegosaurus - [02:19]

3m2 The Stegosauras (Conrad Pope, 44 bars)

07) $ Can't Not Touch - [01:46]

$ Protecting their Baby - [01:29]

3m3 Finding The Baby (John Neufeld, 91 bars)

08) *Stowaway Revealed - [00:59]

4m1 Fire At Camp (Conrad Pope, 25 bars)

09) */% Team B Arrives - [02:22]

4m2 Corporate Choppers (Conrad Pope, 76 bars)

10) $/% The Hunt - [03:34]

4m3/5m1 The Round Up (Conrad Pope, 144 bars)

11) */% The Fallen - [01:09]

5m2 Tortured (Conrad Pope, 21 bars)

12) */% Team B Basecamp - [04:13]

(This covers a longer cut of the sequence where the characters cut the fuel lines of the vehicles and sneak about the camp)

5m3/6m1 Spilling Petrol (John Neufeld & Conrad Pope, 85 bars)

13) *Team B Basecamp (Insert) - [01:21]

(This covers as they release the animals)??

14) */% Rampage - [02:17]

*Rampage (unkown segment) - [00:47]

5m3/6m1 Part II Horning In (John Neufeld & Conrad Pope, 45 bars)

15) *Somplace High - [01:05]

6m2/7m1 Up In A Basket (Conrad Pope, 66 Bars)

16) ??????

6m2/7m1 Part II Up In A Basket (John Neufeld, 75 bars)

17) *Saving Sarah - [01:48]

7m2/8m1 Pain Of Glass (John Neufeld, 67 bars)

18) *Eddie Delivers - [02:16]

*Attack on the Trailer - [05:09]

8m2 Truck Stop (John Neufeld, 156 bars)

20) */% Velociraptors - [01:26]

8m3 Reading The Map (John Neufeld, 90 bars)

21) %The Trek - [02:41]

%The Compy's Appear - [01:21]

%Dieter's Demise - [01:21]

8m4/9m1 The Trek (John Neufeld, 138 bars)

22a) # Tres Dias (Source) - [??:??]

22) $ Surrounded - [01:35]

9m2 The Compys! (Conrad Pope, 67 bars)

23) $ The Compy's Dine - [02:48]

9m3/10mA The Compys Dine (Conrad Pope, 76 bars)

24) $ What they Didn't Like - [01:02]

25) $/% What they Didn't Like (Alternate) - [01:00]

26) $/* Crashing the Sleepover - [02:45]

or

$ Crashing the Sleepover (alternate) - [01:24]

*Don't Move - [02:19]

10m1 Rialto Ripples (John Neufeld, 183 bars)

27) $ The Long Grass - [02:27]

(Named this because its an homage to "The Island" from King kong)

10m2 Steiner In The Grass (Conrad Pope, 60 bars)

28) $ Finding Camp Jurassic - [03:01]

(Named this because they slide down and "fall" into the area where they find Camp Jurassic)

10m3/11m1 After The Fall (Conrad Pope, 58 bars)

29) $ The Raptors Appear - [03:42]

11m2 The Raptors Appear (John Neufeld, 104 bars)

30) *Raptor Attack I - [01:22]

*Raptor Attack II - [01:02]

*Raptor Attack III - [01:18 ~]

11m3/12m1 High Bar and Ceiling Tiles (John Neufeld, 136 bars)

31) *Saved - [00:19]

12m2 Heading North (Conrad Pope, 46 bars)

32) $/% The Company of Death - [01:02]

$/% Return to San Diego - [01:10]

12m3 Ludlow's Speech (John Neufeld, 91 bars)

33) *S. S. Venture's Woes - [02:01]

12m4 Wompi's Wrench (John Neufeld, 36 bars)

34) */% The King Arrives - [01:08]

12m5 Monster On The Loose (John Neufeld & Conrad Pope, 50 bars)

35) *Secure Facility - [01:17]

????

36) $/% Visitor in San Diego - [02:11]

$ Taking the Kid - [01:21]

13m1 A Neighborhood Visitor (John Neufeld, 72 bars)

37) $ Downtown Rex - [04:14]

13m2 Streets Of San Diego (Conrad Pope, 105 bars)

37) $ Ludlow's Demise - [02:52]

13m3/14m1 Ludlow's End (John Neufeld & Conrad Pope, 74 bars)

39) $ Finale - [02:27]

14m2 The Saving Dart (Conrad Pope, 57 bars)

End Credits Intro (11 bars)

40) $ End Credits - [02:46]

41) $ Theme from The Lost World (album) - [03:32]

Or

* Theme from The Lost World (Alternate mix) - [03:32]

The Lost World (End Credits) (John Neufeld & Conrad Pope, 134 bars)

42) $Theme from Jurassic Park (Concert Arrangmenet) - [5:30]

(Contains End Credits intro alternate in the middle)

EDIT:

Ok, i think i'm figured something out.

In the album we go from "The Compy's Dine" into what I called "What they Didn't like," it then had the blaring horns and bams of the timp in what i thought was "Crashing the Sleepover Altnerate"

If I'm right, it looks like what happened was williams wrote "The Compy's Dine to Include the alternate version of "What they DIdn't like" hence "9m3/10mA"

Then he went back and wrote a new "What they Didn't Like" to include the "Crashing the Sleepover" film version.. the drums and such.. this came to be known as "Rialto Ripples 10m1"

What I THOUGHT was an Alternate version of "Crashing the Sleepover" is really "Up in the Basket Part II" which would come in after the rex roared. Its on the album. I'll try to figure this out.

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Ah, I didn't realize there was a cut sequence where they cut the fuel lines of the vehicles. That explains the cue title (Spilling Petrol)

So, you're saying track 10 on the OST is "9m3/10mA The Compys Dine" followed by "6m2/7m1 Part II Up In A Basket"? What is the timestamp for when it changes over?

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Gods i havn't listened to the album in ages. let me find it.

Album:

01) Theme from The Lost World (Album) - [03:33]

This is the album mixing of the end credits suite from The Lost World. The Film mixing has extra percussion/winds in the opening measures as heard in the credits and is tracked into Ludlow's death scene (in lue of the actual score).

02) The Island Prologue - [05:03]

The opening of this is known now as "[1m1] The Island's Voice" which extends from [00:00] - [03:27]

At [03:27] - [05:03] is "[9m2] The Compies!"

03) Malcolm's Journey - [05:03]

The opening of this track is "[3m1] To the Island" and continues from [00:00] - [03:32]

From [03:32] - [05:43] is "[12m3] Ludlow's Speech" which isn't heard in the film until [04:34] and even then, part is removed for a short edit when it cuts between the copter and Ludlow.

04) The Hunt - [03:30]

This is pretty much all of "[4m3/5m1] The Round Up"

This completely unused in the film because the sequence was re-edited and extended. In the original edit, all of the pachy scenes were one after another where as in the film it makes them more spread out. The album also cuts off before the cue truly finishes.

The full percussion mix of this track is not available on the album.

05) The Trek - [05:23]

This is the entirety of "[8m4/9m1] The Trek"

This is another completely unused cue in the film. It was meant to start when Roland says "Lets get this moveable feast underway" instead of the flourish into the "Malcolm's Journey" track. It is also one fo the few tracks that contain a statement of the Jurassic Park theme which was meant to occur when Ludlow speaks of "Hammond's dream" to Malcolm.

This cue also was meant to continue on where as in the film the music stops. If layered under the film it would fit perfectly. The low fluttering of the winds underscores the mercenaries adding a cool accent and almost motif to these characters.

06) Finding Camp Jurassic - [03:03]

This is the entirety of "[10m3/11m1] After The Fall"

This is used in the film almost entirely. At [00:48] Williams revisits his percussion beat used in "Jurassic Park Gate" as we see the painting on the wall showing the park as it was envisioned with a muted JP theme playing (another instance of the theme playing). The final seconds and statement of the JP theme at the end of this track are not used.

07) Saving Sarah - [04:00]

This is the second half of "[8m2] Truck Stop"

This is almost always called "Attack on the Trailer" as not to confuse it with the scene before it with Sarah on the glass window.

If my understanding of the score is correct, the first half of this track is not on the album. The second half (with a small omission in the middle of the best part) is whats presented here. The first half of [02:16] i've always called "Eddie Delivers" which is probably more inline with the cue title "truck stop" heh.

08) Hammond's Plan - [04:31]

The first part of this cue is "[2m2] Revealing The Plans." It extends from [00:00] - [02:05]. This is another instance of the JP theme being utilized. In fact, this entire cue is a diminished version of the Theme from Jurassic Park and "The dinosaurs" theme from Jurassic Park. The two are intertwined and given a very somber and sad feeling.

From [02:05] - [04:31] is "[10m2] Steiner In The Grass" as an obvious homage to Max Steiner's cue "The Island" from King Kong.

09) The Raptors Appear - [03:42]

Meant to overlap the end of the last track "[10m2] Steiner in the Grass" this cue is used entirely in the film and comprises the entirety of its same named "[11m2] The Raptors Appear."

10) The Compies Dine - [05:07]

This comprises the entirety of "[9m3/10mA] The Compys Dine."

From [00:00] - [02:46] is used in the film. From [02:46] - [03:43] is the alternate of what i've always called"Crashing the Sleepover." In this version, we hear a much more dramatic and dire sound eminating from Ian's character as he hears the plans to get to the Outpost station to call for help. After the low boom at [03:27] when Roland turns off his flashlight after saying "And then, we hit it," speaking of the outpost, Ian turns to look at his family and we see them sleeping in the tent.

[03:43] is what i'm proposing is "[6m2/7m1] Part II Up In A Basket" as this isn't heard in the film, and this music would fit the sequence as Ian runs from the High hide to the trailers after hearing the rex roar. I could be wrong.

11) The Stegosaurus - [05:20]

This is the entirety of the same titled cue "[3m2] The Stegosaurus" from [00:00] - [02:10]. Starting at [02:10] - [05:20] is the complete "[3m3] Finding The Baby."

12) Ludlow's Demise - [04:26]

From [00:00] - [01:35] is the new version of "What they Didn't Like" as used in the film aka: "[10m1] Rialto Ripples". The album only presents most of it (leaving out the finale of this cue) as it then cuts to "[13m3/14m1] Ludlow's End" which is dialed out around the [01:54] mark. This presents the full version of "Ludlow's End."

13) Visitor in San Diego - [07:37]

This track includes "[13m1] A Neighborhood Visitor" which is partially unused in the film (the opening is dialed out). It merges it with the next cue "[13m2] Streets Of San Diego" at the [03:23] mark

14) Finale and Jurassic Park Theme - [07:54]

I've often believed that Williams re-recorded the Theme from Jurassic Park in the recording sessions of TLW because of this track. In concert recordings after JP, he began performing the theme much faster than he originally wrote it. In this, he performs it at that speed instead.

[00:00] - [02:23] is "[14m2] The Saving Dart." At [02:23] the Album then presents the new recording of "Theme from Jurassic Park" until [05:06]. Until i see the score, my hypothesis is that Williams inserted the 11 bars "End Credits Intro" at this point. The horn solo playing the theme with the strings underneath until [05:24]. This then is cut with the second half of the re-recording of "Theme from Jurassic Park."

Hope this helps.

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OK so I think this:

12m3 Ludlow's Speech - unreleased [DVD 1:41:17-1:43:17] (2:00)

12m4 Wompi's Wrench - unreleased [DVD 1:46:22-1:48:35] (2:13)

12m5 Monster On The Loose - OST 13 Visitor In San Diego [0:00-2:10] (2:10) ?

13m1 A Neighborhood Visitor - OST 13 Visitor In San Diego [2:10-5:17] (3:07) ?

13m2 Streets Of San Diego - OST 13 Visitor In San Diego [5:17-end] (2:20) ?

Needs to be changed to this:

12m3 Ludlow's Speech - unreleased [DVD 1:41:17-1:43:17] (2:00)

12m4 Wompi's Wrench - unreleased & not in film

12m5 Monster On The Loose - unreleased [DVD 1:46:22-1:48:35] (2:13)

13m1 A Neighborhood Visitor - OST 13 Visitor In San Diego [0:00-2:10] (2:10)

13m2 Streets Of San Diego - OST 13 Visitor In San Diego [2:10-end] (5:27)

I think its right, but somebody who can read sheet music can confirm for me hopefully :P

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It's possible... the alternate orchestration for theme from The Lost World has only been heard in the opening bars... so maybe... but it's exactly in time with the recording so I had assumed it was all recorded at once and just dialed out in the Album version (like in The hunt)

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Ludlow's Speech is most certainly NOT on the album. It can be heard in the film from 1:41:17-1:43:17

The music heard in the film from 1:46:22-1:48:35 I originally suggested was Wompi's Wrench, but now I believe its really Monster On The Loose

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Data, i need to PM you.

Are you sure Ludlows speech isn't from [03:32] - [05:43] of track 3 which isn't heard in the film until [04:34] and even then, part is removed for a short edit when it cuts between the copter and Ludlow.

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