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Could it be a mixture of different concerts? The concert in 2001 started with Star Trek: First Contact and ended with a suite from Rudy. It included the medley of television themes. Goldsmith conducted Alien and Twilight Zone: The Movie in the second of the concerts at the Barbican the previous year. He also did a couple of concerts with the LSO in 2003 but I don't recall him doing Rambo.

I'm not helping much, am I? ROTFLMAO

You're helping plenty :lol:

I'm not sure if it is a mixture, as the comments he gives all seem to come from the same concert, and he speaks about some of the pieces that precede/succeed them, such as ALIEN and Rambo.

Edit: My memory serves me well, it also features the prologue from THE AGONY AND THE ECTASY, which if I remember correctly was being premiered as a concert piece. Although I could be getting mixed up, but it's definitely in there.

I've just about solved it. The concert itself was on August 18th, 1989 (which explains the inclusion of STAR TREK V). What follows is what I've been able to make out:

DISC ONE

1. STAR TREK V (End Title)

2. Introduction

3. Motion Picture Medley (unsure which ones, but I think it ends with THE WIND AND THE LION)

4. Goldsmith on Twilight Zone

5. TWILIGHT ZONE: THE MOVIE (Overture)

6. Goldsmith on Alien

7. ALIEN (Main Title)

8. Goldsmith on Rambo

9. FIRST BLOOD Suite

10. Goldsmith on Hoosiers

11. HOOSIERS

DISC TWO

1. CAPRICORN ONE

2. Goldsmith on The Agony and the Ecstasy

3. THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY (Prologue)

4. Goldsmith on Schaffner and Lionheart

5. LIONHEART

6. Goldsmith on Under Fire

7. UNDER FIRE

8. Goldsmith on Television

9. TV Medley (again not sure, but it includes The Waltons)

10. Goldsmith on Patton and McCarthur

11. 'THE GENERALS' Suite

From what I understand from a post on FSM from earlier this year, it was broadcast on BBC Radio.

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3. Motion Picture Medley (unsure which ones, but I think it ends with THE WIND AND THE LION)

9. TV Medley (again not sure, but it includes The Waltons)

This is pure speculation on my part, Charlie, but if those medleys consisted of the same selections as the ones recorded by Goldsmith with the Philharmonia Orchestra in 1987 (which seems at least possible), they would be as follows:

Motion Picture Medley

The Sand Pebbles / Chinatown / A Patch of Blue / Poltergeist / Papillon / The Wind and the Lion

TV Themes Medley

The Man from U.N.C.L.E / Doctor Kildare / Room 222 / The Waltons / Barnaby Jones

The CD was reissued in 2001 as Goldsmith Conducts Goldsmith on the Silva Screen label if you need to confirm. I know when he conducted these medleys with the LSO in the new century they included extra selections (I distinctly recall Air Force One in the movie medley and Star Trek:Voyager in the TV medley, for example).

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Does anyone have the following?

- Alan Silvestri, Judge Dredd (Expanded without double music and with track names for all tracks)

- Alan Silvestri, Back to the Future I (Based on OST and recent complete edition)

- Brian Tyler, Timeline

- James Newton Howard, Wyatt Earp

- James Newton Howard, I Am Legend (Is this in order?)

- James Newton Howard, Dave

- John Debney, Elf (Complete Recordings + OST Combo)

- Randy Edelman, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (Possibly with John Debney's tracks added in)

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- Alan Silvestri, Back to the Future I (Based on OST and recent complete edition)

From page one of the BTTF Was There thread:

For everyone who's interested, here's a complete cue list including the songs and source cues:

*01. Back to the Future (Overture) 8:19

02. Logo :23 (Unused Cue)

*03. "The Power of Love" 3:58 - Huey Lewis and the News

*04. "Time Bomb Town" 2:44 - Lindsey Buckingham

05. DeLorean Reveal 0:49

06. Einstein Disintegrated 1:25

07. ’85 Twin Pines Mall 4:45

08. Peabody Barn; Marty Ditches DeLorean 3:12

09. "Mister Sandman" 2:38 - The Four Aces

10. ’55 Town Square 1:20 (Plays During "Mister Sandman")

11. "The Ballad of Davey Crocket" 1:43 - Fess Parker

12. Lorraine’s Bedroom 0:49

13. Retrieve DeLorean 1:17

14. 1.21 Jigowatts 1:39

15. The Picture 1:08

16. Picture Fades 0:20

*17. "The Wallflower (Dance with Me Henry)" 2:44 - Etta James

18. Skateboard Chase 1:41

19. Marty’s Letter 1:21

*20. "Night Train" 2:17 - Marvin Berry and the Starlighters

21. "Pledging My Love" 2:28 - Johnny Ace

22. George to the Rescue – Pt. 1 0:53

23. Marvin Be-Bop 2:27 (Source Cue)

24. George to the Rescue – Pt. 2 2:37

*25. "Earth Angel (You Will Be Mine)" 3:01 - Marvin Berry and the Starlighters

26. Tension; The Kiss 1:35 (Plays During "Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine")

*27. "Johnny B. Goode" 3:05 - Marty McFly with the Starlighters

28. Goodnight Marty 1:31 (Source Cue)

29. It’s Been Educational; Clocktower 10:32

30. Helicopter 0:21

31. ’85 Lone Pine Mall 3:49

32. 4 x 4 0:43

*33. "Heaven Is One Step Away" 4:08 - Eric Clapton

34. Doc Returns 1:16

*35. "Back in Time 4:21" - Huey Lewis and the News

36. Back to the Future (End Credits) 3:18

*Available on the original soundtrack album

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Did really nobody do Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by Nicholas Hooper?

I haven't listened properly to it yet, but I don't want to until it's in the proper order.

I hate listening to music that is seriously out of order.

Especially if I so very well know the story that accompanies it.

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Did really nobody do Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by Nicholas Hooper?

I haven't listened properly to it yet, but I don't want to until it's in the proper order.

I hate listening to music that is seriously out of order.

Especially if I so very well know the story that accompanies it.

It's in order, based on what I've read, although there's a couple of tracks that aren't in the film.

If you know the story so well though, shouldn't you be able to work it out? The titles seem pretty specific.

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Re: Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince. :P

It's already in chronological order, apart from:

2) "In Noctem" - I believe this was originally going to score Dumbledore's Funeral, but they changed their minds. It works nicely as an Overture to the film/album though. ;)

6) "Wizard Wheezes" - This is not used in the film (don't know why; it would've worked well I think). Instead, they used the "Fireworks" track from Harry Potter & The Order Of The Phoenix. Whether that was a new recording for this film, or was simply tracked, I don't know. :mellow:

28) "The Weasley Stomp" - I'm not sure about this track. I can't remember it in the film. It's possibly there somewhere, or it could also be unused. See if you can spot the recurring motif about halfway through that sounds very similar to Michael Giacchino's Star Trek..... ;)

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Re: Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince. :D

It's already in chronological order, apart from:

2) "In Noctem" - I believe this was originally going to score Dumbledore's Funeral, but they changed their minds. It works nicely as an Overture to the film/album though. ;)

It was originally written to be sung by the Hogwarts choir during the battle at Hogwarts Castle at the end. How horribly pretentious would that have been? It certainly works marginally better as an opener to the film.

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Re: Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince. ;)

It's already in chronological order, apart from:

2) "In Noctem" - I believe this was originally going to score Dumbledore's Funeral, but they changed their minds. It works nicely as an Overture to the film/album though. ;)

It was originally written to be sung by the Hogwarts choir during the battle at Hogwarts Castle at the end. How horribly pretentious would that have been? It certainly works marginally better as an opener to the film.

Absolutely. :D

Personally I think it would be better suited in The Tudors though. Maybe that's why I like it! :P

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The X-Files – I Want to Believe

Notes:

- This guide is for the OST and a Blu-Ray Rip that has circulated on the web.

- The track listing on the back of the OST is wrong: “Good Luck” is a separate track.

- Watch out when you need that BRR: you need to get some tracks to 44100Hz.

1M0-1M1 MOONRISE / RUSSIAN ATTACK

OST T1 0.00-1.30

(opening theme whistle not included – tracked from X-Files 1)

BRR T2 1.40-2.40

(attention: first make new WAV of BRR track to get it to 44100Hz)

(optional: overlap BRR 2.11 to 2.09 to get rid of an awkward volume drop)

OST T1 1.47-end

1M2-1M3 NO CURES / LOOKING FOR FOX

OST T2

1M4 THE TRIP TO DC

OST T3

(BRR film version omits the first 30 seconds: it has a new synth opening in order to open the cue properly (the synth replicates the real strings part from when the original OST track kicks in a few seconds later); the BRR film version also includes the whistle theme again, which is a nice gag in the film, but disrupts the listening experience on CD.)

1M5 FATHER JOE

OST T4

1M6 VISION INTERRUPTUS

BRR D1 T8 (“Father Joe Film Version”)

2M1 WHAT IF YOU’RE WRONG?

OST T5

0:00-3:08

(What comes after that is a part of the next cue, which is a shorter part of the track as compared to the film version.)

2M2 SISTER

BRR D1 T12

(Get rid of the first ½ second or so.)

2M3 TEARS OF BLOOD

BRR D1 T13 (“Father’s Eyes”)

2M4-2M5 YBARRA THE STRANGE / WATERBOARD

OST T6

(The film version of “Ybarra the Strange” has an alternate opening of a few seconds, possibly tracked and not worth including.)

2M6A ABDUCTION

BRR D1 T17 (“Icy Road”)

(In the film the song seems to be mixed with some underscore too.)

2M7-3M1 CAN’T SLEEP / THE ICE FIELD

OST T7

3M2-3M3 MARCH AND DIG / GIRL IN THE BOX

OST T8 0.00-4.04

BRR D1 T19 3.26-end

3M4/4A A HIGHER CONSCIOUS

OST T9

3M5 THE SURGERY

OST T10

(The first few seconds of the BRR film version contain an alternate opening, but the transition is slightly jarring, and it’s not worth including (it’s possibly tracked, too).)

3M6 GOOD LUCK

OST T11

4M1 WHAT IF IT CAN BE DONE

BRR D2 T1 (“Don’t Give Up”)

4M2 CAUGHT WITH THE RED BAG

BRR D2 T2 (“Paperwork”)

4M3 SEIZURE / ATTEMPTED ESCAPE

OST T12

4M4-4M5 SUSPECT / FOOT CHASE

BRR D2 T3 2.15-5.09

OST T13

(In the BRR “Foot Chase Film Version” there’s a short slightly alternate section near the end, but I prefer the album version, which is likely also the original version.)

(“Foot Chase” may actually contain both slate numbers 4M5 and 4M6)

4M7-4M8 THE RECOGNITION / THE ROTTING ARM

BRR D2 T5 (“A Higher Conscious Film Version”)

BRR D2 T7 (“The Patient”)

5M1-5M2 MOUNTAIN MONTAGE / THE PLOW

OST T14

5M3 PHOTO EVIDENCE

OST T15

5M4 THE HAMMER

BRR D2 T10

BRR D2 T12 (“Mulder Walking”)

There’s actually 12 seconds of space between these two tracks in the film (for the brief scene of the plow breaking down), but it’s likely that they are actually part of one and the same cue, given the leaked cue list and the seemingly unclean opening of the second track on the iso score. (If you want to keep them separate, you can always give the unofficial title “Girl Out of the Box” to the first track.)

5M5 THE PREPARATION

BRR D2 T13 0.00-1.26

OST T16 0.30-end

5M6 TRANQUILIZED

OST T17

6M1-6M2 AT THE AXE POST / BOX THEM

OST T18

BRR D2 T16 2.44-3.00

OST T19

6MX HOME AGAIN

OST T20

X-FILES (UNKLE VARIATION ON A THEME SURRENDER SOUNDS SESSION #10)

OST T21

31 BROKEN (UNKLE)

OST T22

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Greetings and Happy New Year all,

Does anyone know if Mission: Impossible 2 is in a chrono order?

01. Hijack (04:04)

02. Iko-Iko (03:22)

03. Seville (04:32)

04. Nyah (Film Version) (02:21)

05. Mission: Impossible Theme (00:38)

06. The Heist (02:23)

07. Ambrose (02:37)

08. Bio-Techno (01:43)

09. Injection (04:49)

10. Bare Island (05:30)

11. Chimera (01:43)

12. The Bait (01:01)

13. Mano a Mano (04:22)

14. Mission: Accomplished (01:44)

15. Nyah and Ethan (05:08)

Thanks.

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Here's my chronological re-edit of Hans Zimmer's SHERLOCK HOLMES. No PMs asking for files, please ... this is only a guide on how to do it yourself:

01. Sherlock Holmes (2:13) = Track 13

This is the exclusive track "Holmes (Hans 'n Guy Version)" that was available through iTunes with a ticket pre-order. I don't know how (or if) you can get it now. Anyway, it's a straight "album version" of the main theme. It makes a good "overture."

02. First Point Of Attack (4:02) = Track 01 [0:00-0:21] / Track 07

Instead of a hard cut to Track 07, I faded it in slightly as the last bit of the Track 01 portion faded out. I also cross-faded slightly with the next track...

03. Be Gentle With Me (1:03) = Track 04 [0:00-1:02]

This is from the opening Baker St. scene. To disguise the necessarily abrupt ending, I cross-faded slightly with the next track...

04. "Royale Medley" [German Dance No. 10 (Beethoven) / Adagio Op. 1 No. 3 (Haydn)] (3:02)

This is my own (substantially shortened) edit of the two classical pieces that play under the dinner scene. You can find them on the soundtrack for THE DUCHESS; it's the recording used in the film.

05. The Lady Insists (1:50) = Track 09

06. "The Rocky Road To Dublin" [Traditional (The Dubliners with Luke Kelly)] (2:28)

This recording is from the 60s or 70s (I think), but it's a traditional Irish period piece that would have been common in Holmes' era. Available on numerous CDs, on iTunes, Amazon's mp3 store, etc.

07. Only The Beginning (3:28) = Track 04 [1:03-End]

08. Allow Me To Explain (1:22) = Track 02 [1:29-End]

I did a little bit of looping at the beginning to account for the cross-faded bit.

09. The Irene I Know (1:43) = Track 03

10. Depravity (0:55) = Track 12 [0:00-0:55]

11. A Social Visit (2:15) = Track 05

12. Newfound Power (1:34) = Track 02 [0:00-1:28]

This one was exceedingly tricky to give a decent ending to, and you may not want to bother. Basically, I borrowed from the last note of Track 10, lowering the pitch and mixing it in. This cue is not actually in the film, but my belief is that it's an alternate cue for the scene where Blackwood reveals himself to his followers.

13. A Figure Of Speech (2:38) = Track 10

14. Get Out Of Here (2:13) = Track 08

15. Whatever It Takes (3:15) = Track 06

This track is abridged in the film somewhat. The intro, from 0:00-0:47, I could not identify ... but I suspect it was meant to go here, and would have played under Holmes at Watson's hospital bed.

16. Unorthodox (4:49) = Track 11 [0:00-4:49]

I elected to re-index the huge, penultimate track into its component cues for easier listening. Otherwise, it's unedited (apart from the few minutes towards the end that Zimmer cut when he made the album).

17. England's Destiny (6:12) = Track 11 [4:50-11:02]

18. Conjuring Tricks (4:57) = Track 11 [11:03-16:00]

19. The Storm's Coming (2:18) = Track 11 [16:01-End]

20. An Obvious Fact (2:22) = Track 12 [0:56-3:16]

Cross-faded every-so-slightly with the next track...

21. Case Reopened (2:03) = Track 01 [0:22-End]

This is the first orchestral part of the end credits.

22. The Game's Afoot (3:27) = Track 12 [3:17-End]

This is the second orchestral part of the end credits. The song "The Rocky Road To Dublin" (see above) separates the two parts.

Enjoy! Corrections welcome...

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Does anyone have the combined order for the songs and score of Shrek (the first movie)?

I've been meaning to do that one for a while. Thanks for the prompt.

Shrek

S1 - Fairytale (1:27)

A9 - All Star - Smash Mouth (3:20)

S2 - Ogre Hunters / Fairytale Deathcamp (1:36)

S3 - Donkey Meets Shrek (2:38)

S4 - Eating Alone (1:18)

S5 - Uninvited Guests (2:09)

S6 - March of Farquuad (:39)

T6 - Whipped Cream - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass (2:34)

R4 - Escape (The Piña Colada Song) - Rupert Holmes (3:52)

S7 - Perfect King (1:18)

G11 - Meditation - Antonio Carlos Jobim (3:15)

S8 - Welcome to Duloc (:34)

S9 - Tournament Speech (:51)

A6 - Bad Reputation - Halfcocked (2:21)

A11 - I'm On My Way - Proclaimers (3:39)

S11 - Dragon! / Fiona Awakens (2:06)

S12 - One of a Kind Knight (1:19)

S13 - Saving Donkey's Ass (:43)

S14 - Escape from the Dragon (1:58)

S15 - Helmet Hair (2:08)

S16 - Delivery Boy Shrek / Making Camp (:48)

S17 - Friends Journey to Duloc (2:42)

S18 - Starry Night (:58)

S19 - Singing Princess (1:35)

S21 - Merry Men - Vincent Cassel (:43)

S22 - Fiona Kicks Ass (:29)

A7 - My Beloved Monster - Eels (2:11)

A8 - You Belong To Me - Jason Wade (2:41)

S23 - Fiona's Secret (3:02)

S20 - Better Out Than In / Sunflower / I'll Tell Him (2:11)

S24 - Why Wait to Be Wed / You Thought Wrong (1:59)

A10 - Hallelujah - Rufus Wainwright (4:09)

S25 - Ride the Dragon (1:37)

S26 - I Object (1:51)

S27 - Transformation / the End (3:27)

A2 - I'm A Believer - Smash Mouth (3:06)

A12 - I'm A Believer (Reprise) - Eddie Murphy (1:13)

A1 - Stay Home - Self (3:28)

A5 - Best Years Of Our Lives - Baha Men (2:59)

A3 - Like Wow! - Leslie Carter (3:34)

A4 - It Is You (I Have Loved) - Dana Glover (3:58)

Unused:

S10 - What Kind of Quest (3:09)~

A13 - True Love's First Kiss (2:23)^

~ = If used, it would have been placed after 'S9 - Tournament Speech'

^ = Amalgamation of other tracks from the score, a mini-suite if you will

A = Soundtrack

G = Stan Getz & Antonio Carlos Jobim: Their Greatest Hits

R = Rupert Holmes - Greatest Hits

S = Score

T = Whipped Cream & Other Delights - Herb Alpert and Tijuana Brass

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- Alan Silvestri, Back to the Future I (Based on OST and recent complete edition)

From page one of the BTTF Was There thread:

For everyone who's interested, here's a complete cue list including the songs and source cues:

*01. Back to the Future (Overture) 8:19

02. Logo :23 (Unused Cue)

*03. "The Power of Love" 3:58 - Huey Lewis and the News

*04. "Time Bomb Town" 2:44 - Lindsey Buckingham

05. DeLorean Reveal 0:49

06. Einstein Disintegrated 1:25

07. ’85 Twin Pines Mall 4:45

08. Peabody Barn; Marty Ditches DeLorean 3:12

09. "Mister Sandman" 2:38 - The Four Aces

10. ’55 Town Square 1:20 (Plays During "Mister Sandman")

11. "The Ballad of Davey Crocket" 1:43 - Fess Parker

12. Lorraine’s Bedroom 0:49

13. Retrieve DeLorean 1:17

14. 1.21 Jigowatts 1:39

15. The Picture 1:08

16. Picture Fades 0:20

*17. "The Wallflower (Dance with Me Henry)" 2:44 - Etta James

18. Skateboard Chase 1:41

19. Marty’s Letter 1:21

*20. "Night Train" 2:17 - Marvin Berry and the Starlighters

21. "Pledging My Love" 2:28 - Johnny Ace

22. George to the Rescue – Pt. 1 0:53

23. Marvin Be-Bop 2:27 (Source Cue)

24. George to the Rescue – Pt. 2 2:37

*25. "Earth Angel (You Will Be Mine)" 3:01 - Marvin Berry and the Starlighters

26. Tension; The Kiss 1:35 (Plays During "Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine")

*27. "Johnny B. Goode" 3:05 - Marty McFly with the Starlighters

28. Goodnight Marty 1:31 (Source Cue)

29. It’s Been Educational; Clocktower 10:32

30. Helicopter 0:21

31. ’85 Lone Pine Mall 3:49

32. 4 x 4 0:43

*33. "Heaven Is One Step Away" 4:08 - Eric Clapton

34. Doc Returns 1:16

*35. "Back in Time 4:21" - Huey Lewis and the News

36. Back to the Future (End Credits) 3:18

*Available on the original soundtrack album

I've decided to mix the score track Tension: The Kiss with Earth Angel as an alternative and have just found that the last part of that track (Tension) is already mixed in with Earth Angel already. Both tracks as heard in the film are shorter than the CD tracks (Earth Angel in 3 minutes long) and only runs for about 2 minutes on screen but with the extended Tension track my mix comes out to about 2 mins 22 secs. I can live with this.

The whole sequence, as done by me, goes:

Earth Angel 0:00-0:45 (complete fade out) 0:00-0:45

Tension: The Kiss 0:00-0:55 (complete fade out) 0:45-1:40

Earth Angel 2:20-end (fade in from 2:10 overlaying from 1:30) 1:40-2:22

(Timings are all approximates only)

Many people may not like this but I think it works out quite well.

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01. GOD PARTICLE

02. 160 BPM (Earth)

03. AIR

04. 1st Part of SCIENCE & RELIGION

05. 2nd Part of FIRE

06. H2O (Water)

08. BLACK SMOKE

09. 2nd Part of SCIENCE & RELIGION

10. H2O (reprise ?)

11. 1st Part of FIRE

12. IMMOLATION

13. ELECTION BY ADORATION

14. 503 (End Credits Part I)

15. 160 BPM (End Credits Part II)

i dont know how is the transition beween

fire part 1 and part 2, water part1, part 2,...

Any one for Terminator Salvation "Good Order" ?

Does anyone have the timings for the seperations of "Fire" and "Science And Religion"?

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E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial

Jason's Complete Cue List, including a detailed breakdown of the different "Escape / Chase / Saying Goodbye" versions.

My editing guide:
Needed: OST, 1996 CD (Special Edition), 2002 CD (20th Ann.), Isolated score (Laserdisc-rip)

- Editing guide with as little editing as possible, yet still precise. I wasn't fussy about any possible sound quality differences between the SE and the Ann. CDs; and neither about switching from one to the other (which was sometimes necessary to cut down on the editing work).
- In most cases there's a (not always mentioned) reason I selected either the SE or the Ann. track. In the very few cases it didn't matter which of the two, I opted for the SE.
- Most of the original versions of the cues are on the first CD: in this way there's a first 'intended' version of the complete score on CD 1, with CD 2 containing revisions and OST-rerecordings.
Of course: in most cases you can just switch them around depending on what you prefer to have on CD 1.
- If you stick strictly to the OST order for the second CD, it isn't a very good listening experience, as there's too much repetition in the second half of the CD. Therefore, I put the two tracks that are basically presentations of themes and have no straightforward corresponding film cue, as openers. (The end credits is almost a reprise of those two tracks.)

CD 1

01 Main Titles
(Original cue title unknown.)
ANN 01 (fix ending)

02 The Forest (Revised) / Keyes Arrives
SE 01
(2002 CD shortens the sustained note between the cues.)

03 The Cornfield
(Original cue title unknown.)
ISO

04 Looking for E.T.
SE 02
(2002 CD fades in slightly later.)

05 The First Meeting
ANN 04

06 Into the House
ANN 05 0:00-1:23

07 Meeting E.T.
SE 03

08 E.T. and Elliot
SE 04

09 In the Closet
SE 05
(2002 CD fades out slightly sooner.)

10 E.T.'s Magic
SE 06 (fix ending)
(2002 CD fades out slightly sooner.)

11 Mary Searches the Closet
ISO

12 E.T. Raids the Icebox
ANN 10

13 E.T. Gets an Idea
ANN 11
(This is the same edit as in the film at 2:01; the 1996 CD lacks the brief silence.
Also, the ending would need fixing with SE 08.)

14 Elliot's First Kiss
(Original cue title is: "The Quiet Man (Victor Young)", however:
the snippet taken from The Quiet Man wasn't composed by Young,
but a song he adapted called “The Isle Of Innisfree”, by Richard Farrelly.)
ISO

15 Bedtime Stories
SE 09

16 Halloween
SE 10
(2002 CD fades out slightly sooner.)

17 E.T.'s Machine
SE 11
(2002 CD omits second of silence at 2:12.)

18 Michael's Search (Original Version)
SE 12

19 Keyes Enters the House
SE 13

20 Stay with Me (Original Version)
ANN 17
(SE 14 ending is incomplete.)

21 He Came to Me
ANN 18
(SE 15 opening is mixed with previous track.)

22 E.T. Phones Home
SE 16
(2002 track is the edited film version.)

23 The Rescue / The Bike Chase / The Departure (Original Version)
ANN 20
(The SE track doesn't have a clean ending. It also has 2 seconds silence before The Departure.
The Ann. track also runs slightly better in the first half; but perhaps has the Departure segue slightly soon.)

24 End Credits (Original Version)
SE 18 (fix opening) 0:00-0:49 + Ann. 21 0:45-end
(In the SE track the trumpets make an error at around 0:57.)


CD 2

01 Over the Moon
OST 07

02 Flying
OST 05
(These first two tracks can be switched of course, depending on which one you prefer to open the CD.)

03 The Forest (Album Version)
OST 01

04 Abandoned and Pursued (Concert Version)
OST 02

05 E.T. and Me (Concert Version)
OST 03

06 E.T.'s Halloween (Concert Version)
OST 04

07 Michael's Search (Film Version)
ANN 15

08 Stay with Me (Film Version)
ISO

09 E.T. Phones Home (Film Edit)
ANN 19

10 The Rescue / The Bike Chase / The Departure (Revised Version)
OST 08
(Very strictly speaking, this is not the exact film version, as it has the horn overlay at 12:42 absent everywhere else.
Also, you need to edit out the 4-second silence before The Departure, if you want the film version. All the rest matches up perfectly with the film version, including the bad edit at around 13:45.)
So, the beauty of selecting the Ann. track as the original version and the OST track as a so-called film version, is that they're perfectly complementary, and you don't need editing at all (if you don't mind listening to that bad edit).
What you end up with then is the original version on CD 1, and the revised version with all the overlays on your CD 2.

11 End Credits (Film Version)
ANN 21


Optional bonus tracks to be placed wherever you think they fit best:
- Universal Pictures Logo (E.T.: The 20th Anniversary)
- E.T. Adventure: Botanicus's Theme

With many thanks to all fellow JWFanners who did all the hard work for this summary and overview. The following links are for information.
The key thread:
E.T. The Isolated Extra Terrestrial

Other links (which have now become superfluous):
- Ricard's tracklist
- FSM thread
- JWFan thread
- JWFan thread
- JWFan thread.

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Has anyone done "The Plan & Razor" yet?

I can't even get them sumbitches at Amazon to mail me the damned thing; they've been hanging onto that and the Season 4 soundtrack for about a week now. Presumably, they'll actually send them to me at some point.

Speaking of McCreary, does anybody know if the Caprica CD is in proper order? It seems like a few tracks might be misordered, but I'm too lazy to pull out the DVD and actually check.

I know there are threads on this around here, too, but it can't hurt to quote this:

Thanks for that post! Very informative.

Hopefully, someday such a release will actually happen.

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Charlie Bridgen, you're my hero. I've got the OST and found some of the instrumental tracks a while back, and only put them onto my iPod recently. I was actually listening to it about two hours ago before I switched to something else.

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Charlie Bridgen, you're my hero. I've got the OST and found some of the instrumental tracks a while back, and only put them onto my iPod recently. I was actually listening to it about two hours ago before I switched to something else.

You're welcome! Always happy to help out a Faltermeyer fan in need.

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Jason,

Unfortunately mine is listed differently than what's on Soundtrack Collector. I'll post the tracks below.

01. Main Title (Film Edit)

02. School (Part 1)

03. Waternoose

04. School (Part 3)

05. Walk To Work

06. Walk To Work

07. Randall Appears

08. Sulley and Mike

09. Enter The Heroes

10. The Scare Floor

11. Duck and Cover

12. Oh, Celia!

13. Boo's Adventures In Monstropolis

14. Boo's Adventures In Monstropolis

15. Boo's Adventures In Monstropolis

16. Boo's Adventures In Monstropolis

17. Boo's Adventures In Monstropolis

18. Boo's Adventures In Monstropolis

19. Boo's Adventures In Monstropolis

20. Boo's Tired

21. Putting Boo Back

22. Putting Boo Back

23. Putting Boo Back

24. Boo Escapes

25. Wrong Door

26. So Help Me

27. Celia's Mad

28. Boo Is A Cube (Part 1)

29. Boo Is A Cube (Part 2)

30. Boo Is A Cube (Part 3)

31. Where's Sulley?

32. Sulley

33. Boo Is A Cube (Part 4)

34. Mike's In Trouble

35. The Scream Extractor (Part 1)

36. The Scream Extractor (Part 2)

37. The Scream Extractor (Part 3)

38. The Scream Extractor (Part 4)

39. Sulley Scares Boo

40. Exile (Part 1)

41. Exile (Part 2)

42. Exile (Part 3)

43. Exile (Part 4)

44. Randall's Attack

45. The Ride Of The Doors (Part 1)

46. The Ride Of The Doors (Part 2)

47. Smash The Door

48. The Waternoose Is Waiting (Part 1)

49. The Waternoose Is Waiting (Part 5)

50. The Waternoose Is Waiting (Part 2)

51. The Waternoose Is Waiting (Part 3)

52. The Waternoose Is Waiting (Part 4)

53. Boo Is Going Home (Parts 1, 3, and 5)

54. The Last Piece

55. Exile (Part 5)

56. Laugh Floor

57. Kitty (Part 1)

58. Main Title (Album Version)

59. School (Part 2)

60. Boo's Going Home (Part 2)

61. Boo's Going Home (Part 4)

62. Kitty (Part 2)

63. If I Didn't Have You (Performed by Billy Crystal and John Goodman)

64. If I Didn't Have You

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Thanks, I was wondering. If Horner had assembled the album, five of those tracks would have been omitted, and the others would have been interspersed with tracks 1-15 to make a better listening experience.

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