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  1. I've got a new and sealed copy of JW's score to Jaws 2 (Intrada 2CD set) which I'd like to trade for another expanded JW release. I've also got a new and sealed copy of Trevor Jones' Cliffhanger (La-la land 2CD set) which I'm interested in trading.
  2. I'm asking for the price you pay in your country for special editions, expansions, complete scores, ... you know what I mean. As far as I can see, on the websites of the labels themselves, there are normally three price ranges: 1CD = normally 19,99$ 2CD = normally 29,99$ 3CD = normally 34,99$ Of course, that's without shipping fees and it's dollars. So what do you have to pay in England, Sweden, Netherlands, Canada, Australia, Pakistan, ... ? I will start with Germany: There are two criteria that normally influence the price - the number of discs and the label's shipping fees. Quartet Records 1CD = 16,95€ = 20,14$ 2CD = 21,95€ = 26,08$ La-La Land 1CD = 22,95€ = 27,26$ 2CD = 36,95€ = 43,90$ 3CD = 49,95€ = 59,34$ Intrada 1CD = 27,95€ = 33,20$ 2CD = 37,95€ = 45,08$ Varese Sarabande 1CD = 34,95€ = 41,52$ 2CD = 42,95€ = 51,02$ It's annoying that you have to pay twice as much for Varese Sarabande as for Quartet, althought the latter is clearly the better special label.
  3. Knockout Alan Silvestri soundtrack gets royal treatment! Smash-hit Touchstone Pictures & Steven Spielberg presentation finds Robert Zemeckis blending live action, animation in masterful ground-breaking fashion. 1988 film stars Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd, Stubby Kaye, Charles Fleischer, Joanna Cassidy… plus animated Roger Rabbit, Jessica Rabbit and plenty of “Toons”. Reunion of Spielberg, Zebecks & Silvestri after 1982 blockbuster Back To The Future spawns Los Angeles 40’s-era whodunit with boozed gumshoe Eddie Valiant sucked into solving murder of Toontown’s owner, with Roger, Jessica, Eddie’s deceased brother and evil Judge Doom all participants in solid mystery. Along the way are cameos from Disney’s Dumbo, Fleischer’s Betty Boop, Donald & Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, many others. Classic scenes abound! Animated “dueling pianos” sequence with pair of ducks is a visual/aural highlight. Accompanying music by Liszt, arranged by Silvestri and featuring two ducks wacky dialog was included on original 1988 Disney album of soundtrack highlights. Intrada 3-CD release presents both premiere of complete cue sans dialog on CD 1, original album version on CD 3. Mammoth Silvestri score itself runs nearly 100 minutes across discs 1 & 2, with numerous alternates following on CD 2. Film is scored wall-to-wall with literal smash-up of original score, music bits, songs, Interestingly, majority of original Silvestri cues are heavily truncated in film. Intrada release premieres them in their full-length versions as originally recorded by composer. Eddie Valiant theme in smoky ’noir style’ for solo trumpet plays in balance to sinister Judge Doom theme for low strings with chimes. In between are frantic, dazzling action sequences in signature Silvestri manner for full orchestra, sometimes featuring additional jazz combo of top U.S. players generating further excitement within resources of full London Symphony Orchestra. Danger and excitement become keynote, especially in rousing last half hour! Sexy, sultry vocal number by Jessica Rabbit (“Why Don’t You Do Right?”) another smoky highlight! Alternates include cues written for but dropped from film entirely. But there’s much more! Also appearing are four complete “Cartoon Short” scores featuring Roger Rabbit that appeared in front of subsequent Disney films: Premiere of complete Silvestri score for Who Framed Roger Rabbit’s opening “Maroon Cartoon” with Roger babysitting Baby Herman plus dizzying Bruce Broughton scores for Rollercoaster Rabbit (1990) and Trail Mix-Up(1993) with James Horner score for Tummy Trouble (1989) bringing CD 2 to a close. CD 3 presents original 1988 Disney soundtrack album, preserving Silvestri’s own 46-minute presentation balancing score highlights with songs. Entire release newly mastered from Disney vault elements and presented courtesy of Disney Enterprises and Amblin Entertainment. Digital editing & assembly by Douglass Fake, mastered by Patricia Sullivan at Bernie Grundman Mastering. Informative notes by Tim Greiving, colorful booklet design by Kay Marshall. Special thanks to Roger Feigelson for helping bring vast array of licensing challenges across the finish line! Bruce Broughton cartoons: Armin Steiner records & mixes with Broughton conducting. James Horner cartoon: Shawn Murphy records & mixes with Horner conducting. Who Framed Roger Rabbit cartoon and score: Dennis Sands records & mixes, James Campbell orchestrates, London Symphony Orchestra performs, Alan Sylvestri composes, conducts. Intrada Special Collection 3-CD set available while quantities and interest remains! Link: http://store.intrada.com/s.nl/it.A/id.11361/.f?sc=13&category=-113 CD1 - WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT? 01. Main Title (0:30) 02. Maroon Toon Logo (0:18) 03. Cartoon (4:01) 04. Hitch-Hike (2:17) 05. Cloverleaf (1:05) 06. Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 (2:57) (Franz Liszt, Arr. Alan Silvestri) 07. Why Don't You Do Right? (3:04) 08. Eddie Breaks In (1:28) 09. Patty Cake (0:53) 10. The Eye (0:13) 11. I Needed That/Work Here Finished (1:20) 12. Valiant & Valiant (2:07) 13. Fire In The Hatch/Scene Of The Crime (1:06) 14. Shoes On The Loose (0:33) 15. Judge Doom/Looking For A Murder (4:05) 16. The Weasels (2:20) 17. The Glass (1:07) 18. Strange Bedfellows (2:44) 19. Toon Patrol/Search The Place (3:23) 20. I'm A Pawn (2:00) 21. The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down (Roger's Song) (0:44) 22. But I'm A Toon/Looking For Murderer (4:38) 23. Execution (1:46) 24. Got Ya, Kid (2:59) 25. Toon Killed My Brother (1:16) 26. Have A Good Man (0:17) 27. R.K. Maroon (4:03) 28. The Getaway (2:49) 29. Toontown (6:07) 30. Acme Factory/Roger Fanfare/Ton O' Bricks (5:16) 31. Start The Dip (2:09) Total CD 1 Time: 1:10:26 CD2 - WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT? (Continued) 01. Eddie's Theme (5:17) 02. The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down (Instrumental) (2:09) 03. The Kick/The Climbing (2:02) 04. Toon Magnet (0:25) 05. Steamroller (5:43) 06. Hole In The Wall (0:46) 07. Saved (2:56) 08. Big Kiss/Smile, Darn Ya, Smile (2:03) 09. End Credits - Roger Rabbit Medley (Film Version) (6:32) CD 2 Score Time: 28:05 Total Score Time: 1:38:31 Additional Cues And Alternates 10. Maroon Toon Logo (Without Logo Slide) (0:17) 11. Hollywood 1947 (1:00) 12. I'm A Pawn (Alternate) (2:00) 13. Toon Killed My Brother (Alternate #1) (1:18) 14. Toon Killed My Brother (Alternate #2) (0:54) 15. Trumpet Fanfare (0:04) 16. Hole In The Wall (Alternate) (0:19) 17. Saved (Alternate) (2:41) Total Additional Cues And Alternates Time: 8:44 The ROGER RABBIT Cartoons 18. Rollercoaster Rabbit (Bruce Broughton) (6:37) 19. Trail Mix-Up (Bruce Broughton) (8:21) 20. Tummy Trouble (James Horner) (6:47) Total CD 2 Time: 58:45 CD3 - Original 1988 Soundtrack Album 01. Maroon Logo (0:17) 02. Maroon Cartoon (3:21) 03. Valiant & Valiant (4:19) 04. The Weasels (2:04) 05. Hungarian Rhapsody (Dueling Pianos) (1:40) 06. Judge Doom (3:48) 07. Why Don't You Do Right? (McCoy) (3:02) 08. No Justice For Toons (2:40) 09. The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down (Roger's Song) (0:45) (Friend/Franklin) 10. Jessica's Theme (2:01) 11. Toontown (4:40) 12. Eddie's Theme (5:18) 13. The Gag Factory (3:54) 14. The Will (1:06) 15. Smile, Darn Ya, Smile (Meskill/O'Flynn/Rich) - That's All, Folks! (Friend/Franklin) (1:15) 16. End Title (4:56) CD 3 Total Time: 46:05
  4. Important Jerry Goldsmith sci-fi action score from 1977 gets royal treatment! Jack Smight directs Jan-Michael Vincent, George Peppard, Paul Winfield, Dominique Sanda in expensive 20th Century Fox filming of Roger Zelazny post-nuclear holocaust thriller with gigantic scorpions, killer cockroaches and violent weather conditions rendering the planet barren and treacherous. Enter a half dozen survivors, two massive “Landmaster” vehicles and the extraordinary adventure begins! Highly troubled production happened alongside development of “smaller” Fox picture humbly known as Star Wars. The rest is history. Goldsmith saw inspiration in imaginative (if not entirely successful) special effects, creating incredibly ferocious action score for large 90-piece orchestra with extra brass and woodwinds (violins intentionally taceting) plus complex array of electronics. Unique, dry and often brazen sound results in cues that are aggressive, intense, powerful! Trademark rhythms abound, especially in dynamic low brass figures. The late 70’s saw Goldsmith in his most fertile period with one masterful score after another: The Omen, Capricorn One, Islands In The Stream, Logan’s Run, The Cassandra Crossing, The Boys From Brazil, Alien, Star Trek-The Motion Picture, others. Damnation Alley has previously seen only compromised selections released on album due to missing electronic elements, damaged orchestral masters. Elusive music becomes a legendary “holy grail” for many. Enter dream of Roger Feigelson with Douglass Fake in tow and Intrada rights this musical wrong. Under guidance of Producer Nick Redman and Fox team, search deep into vaults unearths complete multi-channel orchestral session masters. Co-producer Mike Matessino next performs restoration and stunning new stereo mix of entire orchestral score. Locating Goldsmith’s printed sketches and score follows, allowing commissioning of synthesizer wizard Leigh Phillips to accurately re-perform vintage electronic parts. Combined efforts of many results in Goldsmith’s relatively brief but unquestionably powerful, knockout action masterpiece to see complete release on CD with stunning stereo audio at long last! What’s more, several previously unreleased cues now appear, including dynamic action-infused “Signals”, “The Wrong Order”, plus resounding “Refueling Stop” with triumphant full brass offering ringing fortissimo respite from the gritty action. Terrific highlight: never-before-heard action cue, “The Voyage Begins (Alternate)”, scored for early scene dropped from finished production offers exciting, jagged brass rhythms unique to this deleted sequence. Other highlights in this score abound as well: Wild tour-de-force action cue “Don’t Bug Me” is surely one of the maestro’s most genuinely fierce and frenzied compositions of all time and warm trumpet solo-led closing theme in optimistic major key (tracked into film twice at end) is surely one of his richest! Stylish booklet essay by Julie Kirgo plus colorful “flipper-style” booklet design by Kay Marshall compliment Goldsmith’s work. Recorded in January/February 1977 at 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage. Arthur Morton orchestrates, Lionel Newman conducts. Intrada Special Collection CD available while quantities and interest remain! I think this just needs a seperate thread. Fans on FSM are literally freaking out about this. I have never heard a single note of this before, but Intrada basically released half of the score as samples! I have to admit this is one of few scores that needed less than 5 minutes to make me fall in love with it! Just one word comes to mind: creativity! I dare say this score epitomizes the infinite creativity Goldsmith had during the time of the late 70s and early 80s! I will definitely get this one! Thanks Intrada! And it seems to be one of the scores that have so little running time that, when the music set in in the movie, it was very noticable and like a punch in your face. A score very economically used to have the most powerful effect, like Patton or Papillon. Anyone knowing the score better than me? What else is there to say about it?
  5. Amazon.de is currently selling the 2 CD Intrada release of Jaws 2 for 5.25 Euros: https://www.amazon.de/Jaws-2-Soundtrack-John-Williams/dp/B017I09FQ4/ref=zg_bs_5695936031_94?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=MFADHMB27GEYQA7PJ8RD
  6. So its: 1. Unlimited instead of limited to 5,000 copies 2. Only $25 instead of $30. 3. Got a new spine that lines up with Intrada's 4 and 6, and FSM's 2 and 3. I wonder if the rumored LLL Trek 1 will match?
  7. Following their 2CD Deluxe editions of FIRST BLOOD & RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD PART II Intrada is working on a major 'facelift' on RAMBO III as confirmed by Roger Feigelson at the Intrada message board: http://www.intrada.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=7330
  8. Eagle-eyed readers might notice that this track list is different than the previously announced digital download version..... which had this track list: Source: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B007R7VHOM/ The reason is that it was decided to make the Intrada physical CD LONGER than the digital one!! Source: http://www.intrada.n....php?f=4&t=4781 How cool is that? Intrada is seriously a classy, top-notch label.
  9. Whats everyone's favorite album releases - new or old - that came out this year? With the exception of not hearing The Force Awakens yet, my three favorites (in order from "least" to "greatest") are LLL's Millennium Volume 2 (Mark Snow), Varese's Jupiter Ascending (Michael Giacchino) and Intrada's Killing Season (Christopher Young).
  10. Hello all, I've seen almost NO DISCUSSION of this title AT ALL, despite it being a holy grail for a lot of people for a long time! So what do you think of Intrada's new release? How is the previously unreleased music, and the new listening experience as a whole? How did Intrada do with the packaging and liners? Please share your thoughts!
  11. Roger Feigelson of Intrada says: Source: http://www.intrada.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=59691#p59691 Discuss.
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