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Sounds convincing! Although I don't buy scores anymore unless they are John Williams, James Newton Howard, and some Danny Elfman occasionally, as well as Ennio Morricone if the price and score is right. Aside from all those, I'll pick up the score or soundtrack every now and then to a movie I enjoyed.

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I know, my point was that you left out Giacchino. :)

Although I don't buy scores anymore unless they are John Williams, James Newton Howard, and some Danny Elfman occasionally, as well as Ennio Morricone if the price and score is right. Aside from all those, I'll pick up the score or soundtrack every now and then to a movie I enjoyed.

I have no desire for a Incredibles complete score, I might not even buy it.

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It appears to be Metalstorm by Richard Band - don't know it but the audio clips sound pretty good (very David Newman-esque) = http://shopping.netsuite.com/s.nl/c.ACCT67...f?category=-101 - It's not a 2-CD set though, as initially reported.

If Intrada's access to the Universal vaults continues then we may eventually see a proper Back to the Future release?!

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It appears to be Metalstorm by Richard Band - don't know it but the audio clips sound pretty good (very David Newman-esque) = http://shopping.netsuite.com/s.nl/c.ACCT67...f?category=-101 - It's not a 2-CD set though, as initially reported.

I don't think this is it. they said they would be annoncing it on November 15th, and they wouldn't take orders until the 19th.

And like you said, it isn't a 2 CD set.

If Intrada's access to the Universal vaults continues then we may eventually see a proper Back to the Future release?!

Or Family Plot?!

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May be Star Trek the Motion Picture : with alternates material !!!

Not likely. Paramount controls that and Paramount is very stingy on what gets released. Sony had one hell of a hard time to even get the 20th Anniversary expanded set released because they kept getting the run-around from Paramount.

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Is it the actual score plus LP release of some often requested title ala Alien

Hasn't it been established that this would fit on single CD, alternates and all?

I dunno, I was thinking LP presentation on one disc and actual film score on the second disc. Besides last we heard, Nick Redman said the Alien masters were missing. I was just using it as an example.

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What if it's the complete score to The Incredibles (though I seriously doubt it)?

That would be nice, but I wouldn't count on it. There are too many classics to be expanded, remastered, or officially released for the first time. Especially from Williams or Goldsmith.

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Another 2 c.d. deluxe expanded score to an obscure 60's movie no one has seen is released before we can get proper Indiana Jones releases.

I love how Ford Thaxton keeps telling us releasing 2 c.d. Williams expanded scores doesn't make any business sense.

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Well I sometimes forget this is John Williams board.

Seriously though if I had to make a guess on what Intrada is going to release I would say it's either Young Sherlock Holmes, Masada or Conan.

Doug Fake mentioned that it going to be one that's finally available (legitimately) from brand newly-discovered elements and that he's a huge fan of it, on page 6 of the thread.

http://www.intrada.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.ph...asc&start=0

I just like to see what people's wish lists are.

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Besdes JW is well represented on CD. I think some people forget that most of Williams' current albums would be double LP's if we were still in the record era.

I still feel that the IJ scores will receive a major release, if they are expanded, and not limited in quantity. I could be wrong but you never know.

Hook, by all accounts might take 3 discs and might not be financially worth it, the Potter scores are still "new" and quite frankly if the labels thought they could make more money by offering complete scores they would probably do it.

People complain about LOTR receiving complete scores but I believe Shore and Jackson were also behind getting those released.

Williams doesn't seem to care whether or not expanded versions are issued.

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That certainly sounds right. He's hardly been a big force in the release of his discography, aside from the (thankfully obligatory) OST release when the film comes out.

I would plotz if IJ, HOOk, or Potter get expanded treatment. But no reason to diss everything else because Paramount and Universal are difficult companies.

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This is huge news. Seriously, people- even with all the crap we've gotta put up with, soundtrack collectors are a pretty spoiled demographic. An amazing year for new editions, with Intrada firmly leading the pack. Bravo!

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