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Anyone have a chrono edit for Varese's Magnificent Seven?

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From a post at FSM, for the Elfman/Burton box:

There are the two I know for sure:

PEE WEE:

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 29, 8, 9, 10, 25, 30, 24, 12, 23, 31, 15, 32, 16, 17, 26, 27, 28, 18, 33, 20, 21, 22

(I put the rerecordings at the end: 7, 11, 13, 14, 19)

BIG FISH:

2, 16, 17, 1, 18, 6, 19, 20, 3, 21, 7, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 5, 28, 32, 10, 29, 11, 4, 8, 30, 9, 31, 12, 13, 14, 15 order.

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Corpse Bride (Elfman/Burton Music Box):

1, 2, 3, 25, 4, 5, 28, 29, 26, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 31, 32, 33, 11, 12, 22, 13, 30, 14, 15, 27, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 34, 35, 36

I'm not entirely sure if tracks 29 and 31 are placed correctly here for film order, but the way the album presents them (flowing with the tracks around them), this is the best sequence to avoid jarring cuts and transitions.

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The Elfman/Burton Music Box Collection post:

The links take you to the Chronological Scores/Soundtracks blog, and quotes are taken from an FSM thread ("The Elfman/Burton Box - It Has Arrived!").


PEE WEE'S BIG ADVENTURE

Pee Wee's Big Adventure (CSSB)

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 29, 8, 9, 10, 25, 30, 24, 12, 23, 31, 15, 32, 16, 17, 26, 27, 28, 18, 33, 20, 21, 22
(I put the rerecordings at the end: 7, 11, 13, 14, 19)

For an overview of the music still missing, see the post by DarthBrett on "Apr 10, 2011 - 7:14 AM" in the FSM thread.


BEETLEJUICE

Beetlejuice (CSSB)

Here's the chronological order for Beetlejuice with minimal editing:
1, 19, 2, 20, 3, 10, 21, 4, 11 (:00-:25), 23, 39, 24, 26, 34, 6, 35, 9 (:00-:49), 5, 28, 32, 31, 7, 8, 29, 22, 9 (:49-End), 36, 25, 27, 11 (:25-End), 30, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 33*, 18
Bonus Tracks:
17*, 38, 40
Track 17 is an edited version of 33 and was actually an alternate to what appeared in the film.

Watch out - some tracks flow into each other (like track 7 into track 8).


BATMAN

Batman (CSSB)

Just checked through Batman. Here is the chronological order:
1, 2, 22, 3, 4, 8, 5, 6, 9, 24, 29, 25, 26, 7, 10, 11, 12, 27, 13, 14, 15, 23, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21
Aside from some missing music here, two differences from the La La Land release is that the ending of track 2 does not fade out as quickly and track 23 has the complete ending to the cue. If you have both, some minor editing can occur to have the best of both worlds.


EDWARD SCISSORHANDS

Edward Scissorhands (CSSB)

Here's the chronological sequence for EDWARD SCISSORHANDS:
1, 2, 3, 4, 17, 6, 10, 5, 8, 18, 9, 23, 22, 12, 19, 7, 20, 21, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16

there are some cue segments left from the DVD isolated score that did not make it into the Elfman Box release of Edward Scissorhands. Two that made the difference to me were the outro to "Beautiful New World" and the intro to "Home Sweet Home."


THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS

The Nightmare before Christmas (CSSB)

I didn't see it listed so, for The Nightmare Before Christmas the bonus tracks on the USB go:
32 - Jingle Bells goes after 15 - Kidnap the Sandy Claws
33 - Here Comes Santa Claus goes after 20 - Oogie Boogie's Song


BATMAN RETURNS

Batman Returns (CSSB)


MARS ATTACKS!

Mars Attacks! (CSSB)


1, 2, 3, 26, 28*, 20, 9, 5, 6, 11, 7, 8, 21, 22, 23, 24, 10, 12, 13, 19, 27, 14, 15, 16, 17
Bonus:
18, 29, 4*, 25
* = 28 is the extended film version while 4 is the original version.
Aside from the extended film version (track 28) the only difference from this and the La La Land version is this does not have two of the bonus tracks or the two songs. Also, track 19 fades out shortly after La La Land's version.


SLEEPY HOLLOW

See here for an updated tracklist.

Previous guides:

Sleepy Hollow (CSSB)


1, 24, 4, 5, 20, 21, 6, 7, 22, 9, 8, 23, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
(Tracks 2 and 3 are unused alternates)


BIG FISH

Big Fish (CSSB)

2, 16, 17, 1, 18, 6, 19, 20, 3, 21, 7, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 5, 28, 32, 10, 29, 11, 4, 8, 30, 9, 31, 12, 13, 14, 15


THE CORPSE BRIDE

The Corpse Bride (CSSB)

1, 2, 3, 25, 4, 5, 28, 29, 26, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 31, 32, 33, 11, 12, 22, 13, 30, 14, 15, 27, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 34, 35, 36
I'm not entirely sure if tracks 29 and 31 are placed correctly here for film order, but the way the album presents them (flowing with the tracks around them), this is the best sequence to avoid jarring cuts and transitions.

As noted about a few tracks, the chronological order is incorrect. However some fading in and out of several tracks would need to happen so it doesn't sound as unnatural. This is listed in the blog post, but for those that are looking at it here:
1, 2, 3, 25, 4, 5, 29, 28, 26, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 32, 33, 31, 11, 12, 22, 13, 30, 14, 15, 27, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
Bonus Tracks: 21, 23, 24, 34, 35, 36


CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (CSSB)


ALICE IN WONDERLAND

Alice in Wonderland (CSSB)

25, 2, 26 (:00-:26), 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 8, 11, 26 (:26-End), 27, 12, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 14, 15, 17, 33, 46 (Parapet), 16, 34, 18, 20*, 35*, 21, 42 (Futterwacken), 22, 23, 1
* = Tracks 20 and 35 are spliced together in the movie. The transition between tracks is jarring, no matter what is done. This is the best chronological order without major editing.
Bonus/Unused Tracks:
7, 10, 13, 19, 24, 45 (Alternate Main Titles), 36, 37, 38, 39

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Anyone have a chrono edit for Varese's Magnificent Seven?

It should be in order.

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The Elfman/Burton Music Box Collection post:

The links take you to the Chronological Scores/Soundtracks blog, and quotes are taken from an FSM thread ("The Elfman/Burton Box - It Has Arrived!").

[snip]

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Thank you SO MUCH for assembling and posting this!

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Anyone have a chrono edit for Varese's Magnificent Seven?

It should be in order.

I think it mostly is, but I'm certain track 10 isn't where it should be.

Looks like it needs to go between 6 and 7 (The Journey happens before the Fiesta at the village).

Just wanted to check if anyone knew any others.

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First, thanks for compiling all of these fommes. Second, I just wanted to clarify a few things.

BEETLEJUICE

I forgot to mention this yesterday. But did anybody notice that the Elfman box version of the original soundtrack of Beetlejuice kept that glitch in the soundtrack where, "In the Model" (track 7) merges into track 8 which is suppose to only play the cue "Juno's Theme" but that track plays on track 9 with "Beetlesnake" playing after it in the same track. Eventhough Beetlesnake is suppose to be the only cue playing in track 9.

Yes, track 7 plays into track 8. Fortunately they're played right after each other in the film, so no editing needs to occur as long as you put the tracks back to back. As for what was reported about track 9, that's inaccurate. Beetlesnake contains cues in two different parts of the film. Although this is not explained directly, it is shown in the blog post previously linked to.

THE CORPSE BRIDE
1, 2, 3, 25, 4, 5, 28, 29, 26, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 31, 32, 33, 11, 12, 22, 13, 30, 14, 15, 27, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 34, 35, 36

I'm not entirely sure if tracks 29 and 31 are placed correctly here for film order, but the way the album presents them (flowing with the tracks around them), this is the best sequence to avoid jarring cuts and transitions.

As noted about a few tracks, the chronological order is incorrect. However some fading in and out of several tracks would need to happen so it doesn't sound as unnatural. This is listed in the blog post, but for those that are looking at it here the only change to the tracks (in bold) would be this:

1, 2, 3, 25, 4, 5, 29, 28, 26, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 32, 33, 31, 11, 12, 22, 13, 30, 14, 15, 27, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20

Bonus Tracks: 21, 23, 24, 34, 35, 36

Lastly, there are some cue segments left from the DVD isolated score that did not make it into the Elfman Box release of Edward Scissorhands. Two that made the difference to me were the outro to "Beautiful New World" and the intro to "Home Sweet Home." They're listed along with others here.

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Anybody know about Kung Fu Panda 2's chronological order yet?

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Fixed, thanks.

There's no conclusive editing guide yet though, if I'm not mistaken - I remember there being some argument re: the unused stuff?

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Hi!

This is an excellent thread!

Anyone can help me with Eagle Eye, Miami Vice and Life Before Her Eyes?

I would appreciate the chronological order of these scores

Miami Vice is not an easy task I think but Life Before Her Eyes gives me lots of trouble!!

Thanks in advance

Dennis

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MILLENNIUM in chronological sequence.

- Needed: the two 2CD volumes from La-La Land Records, the Season 1 promo, and “The Best of Millennium” iTunes release.

- Season 1 promo tracks have been checked and are put in sequence. As the promo didn't have track titles, almost all titles are taken from DVD chapters. The other titles are made up.

- Most of the La-La Land Records tracks have not been checked; I assumed they were put in sequence. (However, there’s been a change to the “Jose Chung's Doomsday Defense” episode.)

- iTunes release titles have been added between brackets.

- Be aware that there has been confusion on the internet regarding the iTunes release and the Season 1 promo! Track times have been added for those particular tracks.

- If anyone has the original iTunes release (actually bought from iTunes) or the Season 2 and Season 3 promos, please let me know.

- Looking at the tracklist, most music from the Season 2 promo has been released now, except for a couple of tracks from The Hand of Saint Sebastian and 1M1 from The Fourth Horseman.

- Missing music from the Season 3 promo (judging from the tracklist): the music from The Innocents, Teotwawki, Human Essence, Borrowed Time, and 2M3a from The Sound of Snow

SEASON 1

Main Title (Version 1) (0:56)

Promo T3

Pilot: Big Yellow House (Bumper #1 / M2) (1:56)

LLL V1 D1 T2

Pilot: Rain (M10) (3:29)

LLL V1 D1 T3

Pilot: Exterminated (M13) (4:58)

LLL V1 D1 T4

Gehenna: Eedo Bolow (1:59)

Promo T6 0:00-0:02 + 1:01-3:02
The bumper can just be left out as well, as it doesn’t actually open any of the two Promo T6 pieces. However, mixing it in solves the not entirely clean opening.

Gehenna: Home (1:01)

Promo T6 0:02-1:01

(This is from the DVD chapter “The Catcher in the Rye”, and does not directly follow the previous track.)

Gehenna: Dylan (4:34)

LLL V2 D1 T8

Gehenna: Bedtime Reading (1:01)

Promo T7 0:00-0:59

(from the chapter “The Force of Evil”)

Gehenna: Gehenna Part I (6:41)

LLL V2 D1 T9

(= the rest of Promo T7)

Gehenna: Gehenna Part II (3:01)

LLL V2 D1 T10

(includes Promo T8)

The Judge: Links (2:35)

LLL V2 D1 T11

The Judge: To the Hogs (6:23)

LLL V2 D1 T12

Blood Relatives: Mourners / Dragged In (3:24)

LLL V1 D1 T5

Blood Relatives: Childhood Friends (4:51)

Promo T10

Blood Relatives: Peggy Dechant (1:46)

Promo T11

The Well-Worn Lock: Lock (2:41)

LLL V1 D1 T6

The Well-Worn Lock: Lock Part Two (0:52)

LLL V1 D1 T7

The Wild and the Innocent: Death Prayer (3:30)

LLL V1 D1 T8

Force Majeure: Hail Lauren (2:08)

LLL V2 D1 T14

Force Majeure: Alignment (3:17)

LLL V2 D1 T15

(Contains the first part of Promo T12)

Force Majeure: Pugilistic Attitude (1:55)

LLL V2 D1 T16

Force Majeure: All His Children (6:28)

LLL V2 D1 T17

(Contains the second part of Promo T12)

Covenant: Spinning (3:33)

LLL V2 D1 T2

Covenant: Failing at Home (7:09)

LLL V2 D1 T3

Lamentation: The Surgeon (3:30)

LLL V2 D1 T4

(= Promo T17 minus the bumper)

Lamentation: Alpine Page (2:15)

LLL V2 D1 T5

(= Promo T18 part 1)

Lamentation: Kidney Plate (5:18)

LLL V2 D1 T6

Lamentation: Dude Looks Like a Lady (1:29)

LLL V2 D1 T7

Lamentation: The Mountaintop (1:21)

Promo T18 2:03-end (ends at 3:27)

(The opening fade-in of the cue overlaps with “Alpine Page”.)

Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions: In Cold Blood (1:46)

Promo T19

Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions: The Babysitter (1:26)

Promo T20

Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions: Phaestos / The Ghost of Bletch (3:36)

Promo T21 0:00-0:42 + LLL V2 D1 T18

(These cues follow each other in the episode, though not directly. You can do a slight cross-fade to avoid a slightly too abrupt ending to the first part of promo T21, or you can just fade out at 0:42 and leave these cues separate.)

Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions: The Razor’s Edge (4:47)

LLL V2 D1 T19

Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions: A Unique Perspective (1:51)

LLL V2 D1 T20

(= Promo T22)

Marantha: Chernobyl (1M1) (3:59)

LLL V1 D1 T9

Marantha: Yaponchik (1M5) (0:58)

LLL V1 D1 T10

Marantha: Myth No More (3M3) / Antichrist (3M4) (5:06)

LLL V1 D1 T11

Marantha: Saviour (4M1) (7:47)

LLL V1 D1 T12

Paper Dove: Crushed Dove

LLL V1 D1 T13

End Titles (Version 1)

LLL V1 D1 T26

= LLL V2 D2 T19

However: the LLL VOL 2 track cuts out the first 0,05 second. On the other hand, it also has a better fade-out, so ideally, use the beginning of the VOL 1 track and the ending of the VOL 2 track.

SEASON 2

Main Title (Vocal Remix)

LLL V1 D2 T25

The Beginning and the End: Headlights (2:52)

LLL V1 D1 T14

The Beginning and the End: Check / Get It Back Again (1:38)

LLL V1 D1 T15

Monster: Henny Penny (1:51)

LLL V1 D1 T16

Monster: M-Files / Little Pigs (4:58)

LLL V1 D1 T17

The Curse of Frank Black: Jack O’ Lantern (1:19)

LLL V1 D1 T18

The Curse of Frank Black: Battery (2:00)

LLL V1 D1 T19

The Curse of Frank Black: Acts (1:48)

LLL V1 D1 T20

The Curse of Frank Black: 790 Days (3:58)

LLL V1 D1 T21

The Hand of Saint Sebastian: Comatose / Origins / Woods

LLL V1 D1 T22

Jose Chung's Doomsday Defense: Goopy (Alternate) (M11)

LLL V1 D1 T24

Jose Chung's Doomsday Defense: The Writer (M15)

LLL V1 D1 T23

Jose Chung's Doomsday Defense: Final Chapter (M22)

LLL V1 D1 T25

Midnight of the Century: Delete (Bumper #1 / 1M2)

LLL V1 D2 T2

Midnight of the Century: Branches (1M4) / Angels (3M1)

LLL V1 D2 T3

Midnight of the Century: The Whole Story (4M2) (4:29)

iTunes T14: “4M2”

(Title taken from DVD chapter.)

Luminary: Stars

LLL V2 D2 T1

Luminary: Journey North

LLL V2 D2 T2

Luminary: Northern Lights

LLL V2 D2 T3

Luminary: Rescue of Ventoux

LLL V2 D2 T4

Owls: Damascus

LLL V1 D2 T4

Owls: The Subject

LLL V1 D2 T5

Owls: Aerotech

LLL V1 D2 T6

Roosters: Trail

LLL V1 D2 T7

Anamnesis: The Sermon

LLL V2 D2 T8

Anamnesis: The Read

LLL V2 D2 T9

Anamnesis: M. Magdalene

LLL V2 D2 T10

Anamnesis: The Circle

LLL V2 D2 T11

Anamnesis: Divine Daughter

LLL V2 D2 T12

Somehow, Satan Got behind Me: Alarm

LLL V1 D2 T8

Somehow, Satan Got behind Me: X-Fyles

LLL V1 D2 T9

Somehow, Satan Got behind Me: Sympathy for the...

LLL V1 D2 T10

The Fourth Horseman: The Bleed

LLL V2 D1 T13

The Time Is Now: Hot Birds (1M1)

LLL V1 D2 T11

The Time Is Now: The Peter Principle (2M2)

LLL V1 D2 T12

The Time Is Now: Catherine (4M1)

LLL V1 D2 T13

End Titles (Version 2)

LLL V1 D2 T24

(I don’t know where this version has been used.)

SEASON 3

Main Title (Version 2) (0:54)

LLL V1 D1 T1

- This is the same track as LLL V2 D1 T1. However, use the VOL 1 track because the VOL 2 track cuts out the first 0,05 second!

- The LLL VOL 1 labels this as “Main Title A”. The Season 2 promo indeed features a “Main Title A” and the season 3 promo features “Main Title B”. Someone who has these promos could clear this up, but it’s unclear if this more simple season 1 version is an earlier version, main title B or main title A (in which case, the LLL V1 track would be mislabelled).

- By the way, this is the Season 3 version of the Main Title, if I’m not mistaken.

Closure: Silence Is Golden

LLL V1 D2 T14

Closure: Candy

LLL V1 D2 T15

Through a Glass Darkly: Van Man

LLL V2 D2 T13

Through a Glass Darkly: The Trailer

LLL V2 D2 T14

Through a Glass Darkly: East... West

LLL V2 D2 T15

Through a Glass Darkly: St. Max Part 1 / Part 2

LLL V2 D2 T16

Omerta: Santos Elves (1M2)

LLL V1 D2 T16

Omerta: Unwrapped Gift (1M3)

LLL V1 D2 T17

Omerta: Love Jordan (2M2) / Hobbit House (2M4)

LLL V1 D2 T18

Omerta: The Way It Was (4M4)

LLL V1 D2 T19

The Sound of Snow: Guilt

LLL V2 D2 T17

The Sound of Snow: Can’t Let Go

LLL V2 D2 T18

Seven and One: The Secret

LLL V2 D2 T5

Seven and One: False Alarm

LLL V2 D2 T6

Seven and One: The Light in the Water

LLL V2 D2 T7

Goodbye to All That: Shrapnel

LLL V1 D2 T20

Goodbye to All That: Channel 14

LLL V1 D2 T21

Goodbye to All That: Locked Out

LLL V1 D2 T22

Goodbye to All That: Drilling (4M2)

LLL V1 D2 T23

(Contains iTunes “4M2a” track.)

Millennium Theme (Extended Version)

LLL V1 D2 T1

(BONUS TRACK:)

Back to Frank Black – Millennium Trailer

(Can be found on YouTube. I put this before "Main Title Version 2", where I think it works well.)

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Does that mean there is a significant amount of unreleased material on the Promo, since you added a whole third disc?

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Anybody know about Kung Fu Panda 2's chronological order yet?

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Does that mean there is a significant amount of unreleased material on the Promo, since you added a whole third disc?

Well, you can see it in the list I posted - I added track times to the promo tracks, because the promo often gets a faulty track listing (with each track getting the name of an episode), and sometimes there's also some confusion between the promo and the iTunes release with the stuff you find on the internet (the one getting the track titles of the other).

With the extra material added, it doesn't fit on 2 CDs anymore. You also can't assign a CD per season, as there's 81 minutes of season 1 music. But I think I divided it well, and if you follow the list above, you can put that vocal bonus track in front of a comedy episode score, and the longer theme version after the finale. It works well that way.

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Does anyone have the correct chronological order for JNH's Blood Diamond?

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Up (Michael Giacchino)
Chronological edit.
Needed: Cast & Crew promo and the For Your Consideration promo.

01 Up with Titles
CC 2

02 Ellie Mental
CC 3

03 We're in the Club Now
CC 4

04 The Adventures of a Lifetime
CC 5

05 Married Life
CC 7

06 Hustle and Russell
CC 9

07 Carl Goes Postal
CC 10

08 Resigned and Reminded
CC 11

09 Carl Goes Up (9,999,999 Luftballons)
CC 12

10 Cumulonincompoop
CC 13

11 52 Chachki Pickup
CC 14

12 Little House on the Prayer-rie
CC 15

13 The Housing Decline
CC 16

14 Paradise Found
CC 17

15 Walkin' the House
CC 18

16 Three Dog Dash
CC 19

17 Russell Likes a Fine Whine
CC 20

18 Snipe Tracks
CC 21

19 Giant Snipe
CC 22

20 Kevin Beak'n
CC 23

21 Approval from Above
CC 24

22 Dug the Birdie Hunter
CC 25

23 Scent on a Mission
CC 26

24 Dogged Determination
CC 27

25 Master and Prisoner
CC 28

26 Ditch and Moan
CC 29

27 Cross My Heart
CC 30

28 Kevin's a Girl
CC 31

29 Canine Conundrum
CC 32

30 The Nickel Tour (0:52)
CC 34 (!)

31 The Explorer Motel
CC 36

32 Escape from Muntz Mountain
CC 37

33 Can't We Help Her Get Home?
CC 38

34 Giving Muntz the Bird
CC 39

35 Welcome to Paradise
CC 40

36 Home Sweet Home
CC 41

37 Stuff We Did
CC 42

38 Russell to the Rescue
CC 43

39 Memories Can Weigh You Down
CC 44

40 The Small Mailman Returns / Going Back for Kevin
CC 45
(The Academy Promo has these cues separated, but misses an insert in "Going Back for Kevin")

41 He's Got the Bird
CC 46

42 Geriatric Dogfight / Seizing the Spirit of Adventure
CC 47
(The Academy Promo has these cues separated.)

43 It's Just a House
CC 48

44 The Ellie Badge
CC 49

45 Up with End Credits (8:31)
FYC 49 (0:00-1:31) + CC 50 (1:19-6:28) + FYC 49 (3:09-4:39) + CC 50 (7:14-end)

[Addendum: you actually need the first few seconds of FYC, then the first few seconds of CC, and then the rest of the first 1:31 of FYC.]

Bonus Tracks

46 Movietown News
CC 1

47 The Wedding March
CC 6

48 Habanera from Carmen
CC 8

49 Spirit of Adventure Tour (1:12)
CC 33 (!)

50 Spirit of Adventure Diner
CC 35

51 The Spirit of Adventure
CC 51


Note

The Academy Promo has edited versions of:
- Movietown Reel
- Carl Goes Up
- The Spirit of Adventure
- Up with End Credits (contains some additional music)

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I'm curious how you came to that edit of the end credits. I pulled out my DVD and it matches the Academy Promo's version of the end credits almost perfectly.

I think they recorded a number of pieces for the end credits, and both the C&C and the FYC present edits of those recordings. The first piece is edited in the C&C but is presented in full on the FYC, then the FYC excludes and presents edited versions of the next pieces (which are in the C&C version), and the last piece is missing the first half on the C&C.

The only seconds I'm not sure of are the first few seconds, but I like the FYC's opening better anyhow.

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It's funny, I've been doing the same thing with Millennium. I'm wondering though, have you been able to identify:

iTunes T2 - Pilot Episode: Bumper #1-M2

iTunes T19 - Omerta: 1M3-2M2-2M4

Promo T23 - Paper Dove Part 1

As it seems all three of them are the same track.

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Are they that 1:45 (or 1:43) track?

Because then you haven't got the iTunes release I'm afraid, only versions of the season 1 promo. It's this one listed above:

17 Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions (1:46)

Promo T19

First off, the season 1 promo: the bulk of the tracklists for the season 1 promo you find on the internet are wrong: they assign to each track the name of one episode. The list below should be the correct one and has been compiled by another fan. But beware: due to the common replication of that one 1:45 track the track numbers may be jumbled up on your version. If I remember correctly, the copy may be either the 2nd or 3rd track, or one of the two last (depending on the version you've downloaded).

I've also come across a so-called version of the iTunes soundtrack which is in fact the season 1 promo with the tracktitles of the iTunes soundtrack. That's presumably what you've got.

I'm still planning to verify the cues that have episode titles but no specific cue names in my editing guide above, but haven't had the time yet.

Here's that fan list of the promo which I've used:

01 - Millennium Theme (Main Titles Long / Extended)

02 - Pilot

03 - Millennium Theme (Main Titles Short)

04 - Pilot

05 - Pilot

06 - Gehenna

07 - Gehenna

08 - Gehenna

09 - Blood Relatives

10 - Blood Relatives

11 - Blood Relatives

12 - Force Majure

13 - Marantha

14 - Marantha

15 - Marantha

16 - Marantha

17 - Lamentation

18 - Lamentation

19 - Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions

20 - Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions

21 - Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions

22 - Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions

23 - Millennium Theme (End Titles)

By the way, I specifically added tracktimes to some tracks in the guide to make sure you can select the correct tracks from the promo and the iTunes OST.

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iTunes T2 - Pilot Episode: Bumper #1-M2 (1:43)

iTunes T19 - Omerta: 1M3-2M2-2M4 (1:45)

Promo T23 - Paper Dove Part 1 (1:43)

First off, the season 1 promo: the bulk of the tracklists for the season 1 promo you find on the internet are wrong: they assign to each track the name of one episode. The list below should be the correct one and has been compiled by another fan. But beware: due to the common replication of that one 1:45 track the track numbers may be jumbled up on your version. If I remember correctly, the copy may be either the 2nd or 3rd track, or one of the two last (depending on the version you've downloaded).

I've also come across a so-called version of the iTunes soundtrack which is in fact the season 1 promo with the tracktitles of the iTunes soundtrack. That's presumably what you've got.

I've noticed that the names are wrong. The first thing I did was compare the tracks to the La La Land release to at least remove the incorrectly titled and duplicate cues. The rest is what I've been wanting to figure out but have not been able to watch the episodes yet.

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Yep it's what I wrote above. That's not the iTunes OST. Also, you should have the same track again somewhere around Promo T19.

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Scream

Needed: Varèse Deluxe Edition and bootleg (http://marco-beltrami.com/cd_scream-bootleg.htm)

The bootleg tracks need to have their volume raised.

Dimension Logo

OST 1

1m2 The Cue from Hell = The Game Begins = Casey Gets a Phone Call

OST 2

Sid's Window

BL 3

3m1 Trouble in Woodsboro = Schoolyard

OST 3

Gut Someone

BL 5

Sid's House = Sidney Goes Home / Red Herring

OST 4 + 5

Killer Calls Sidney / Chasing Sidney / Cell Phone

OST 6 + 7 + 8

(OST 6 & 7 overlap; OST 8 follows directly)

Billy Looks

BL 11

Interrogation

BL 12

Billy to Cell

BL 13

5m4 Backdoor Gale

OST 9

Killer Calls Again

BL 15

(Red Right Hand)

Schoolyard 2

OST 10

Sid's Doubt = Gail Sees Sid’s Doubt

OST 11

Bang into Billy

BL 18

Bathroom

OST 12

7m1 Mr Himbry Gets It = Himbrey Gets It
OST 13

Girl Talk

BL 21

Video Store

BL 22

(Red Right Hand)

Sheriff and Dewey

OST 14

Why She's Here

BL 24

8m4 Tatum's Torture

OST 15

Billy Sting

BL 26

9m1 Sidney Wants It = Sidney Wants to Do It

OST 16

Dewey and Gail = Dewey Scares Gail

OST 17

Off to See Himbry

OST 18

Prescott's Car

BL 30

Hairbrush / Killer Stabs Billy = 10m2 Altered Ego / Randy Almost Gets It

(Hairbrush & Killer Stabs Billy overlap; see Marco Beltrami’s website)

BL 32 + OST 19 + OST 20

Gail Crashes the Van

OST 21

They're Crazy / Sid Stabs Billy

OST 22 + 23

Billy's Back

OST 24

End Credits

OST 25

Marco Beltrami’s website actually labels this as 3m4 Sidney’s Lament: either that’s the original version for this scene, or it is mistaken for Sid’s House

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Could someone do Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire Soundtrack in Chronological order?

Here's the soundtrack

"The Story Continues" - 1:31

"Frank Dies" - 2:12

"The Quidditch World Cup" - 1:52

"The Dark Mark" - 3:27

"Foreign Visitors Arrive" - 1:30

"The Goblet of Fire" - 3:23

"Rita Skeeter" - 1:43

"Sirius Fire" - 2:00

"Harry Sees Dragons" - 1:54

"Golden Egg" - 6:11

"Neville's Waltz" - 2:11

"Harry in Winter" - 2:56

"Potter Waltz" - 2:19

"Underwater Secrets"[1][2] - 2:28

"The Black Lake" - 4:38

"Hogwarts' March" - 2:47

"The Maze" - 4:44

"Voldemort" - 9:39

"Death of Cedric" - 1:59

"Another Year Ends" - 2:21

"Hogwarts' Hymn" - 2:59

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If I Recall Correctly

... ? The man asked you simple question, Mr. B ! What does IIRC mean ?!

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If I remember correctly, IIRC means If I recall Correctly.

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Is the correct chronological order for Deathly Hallows Part 2

Lily's Theme

Gringotts

The Tunnel

Underworld

Dragon Flight

Neville

A New Headmaster

Panic inside hogwarts

Statues

The Grey Lady

In the Chamber of Secrets

Battlefield

The Diadem

Broomsticks and Fire

Courtyard Apocalypse

Snape’s Demise

Severus and Lily

Harry’s Sacrifice

The Resurrection Stone

Harry Surrenders

Procession

Neville the Hero

Showdown

Voldemort’s End

A New Beginning

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I might have asked this before, but does anyone have the chronological order for Shirley Walker's Memoirs of an Invisible Man?

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