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Science Fiction’s Finest Volume One

$11.99

$10.99


5 in stock


CDSKU: 170227-63398-1
UPC: 712187488914
Part No: BSXCD8891
Weight: 0.11 lbs
Condition: New

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Product Types: Products | Music & Spoken Word
Lines: The Museum of Fantastic Art | Throwback Space
Formats: CD
Genres: Action | Fantasy | Film Noir | Science Fiction
Studio: BSX Music
Item Release Date: May 19, 2015
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A compilation of rare and classic themes from science fiction films and television shows.

BSX records blasts off with a collection of the most beloved science fiction themes with SCIENCE FICTION’S FINEST, VOLUME 1. The 36 song collection features newly recorded music from film and TV series including STAR TREK, STARGATE, DOCTOR WHO, DUNE, and even the recently released BATTLE: LOS ANGELES. SCIENCE FICTION’S FINEST, VOLUME 1 includes new recordings of music composed by David Arnold, Edwin Astley, Wendy Carlos, Eric Clapton, Brad Fiedel, Murray Gold, Jerry Goldsmith, Joel Goldsmith, Barry Gray, James Horner, Dennis McCarthy, Bear McCreary, Ennio Morricone, Toto, Brian Tyler, John Williams and many others from films such as AVATAR, DUNE, THE TERMINATOR, TRON, John Carpenter’s THE THING and popular television series such as CAPRICA, DOCTOR WHO, EUREKA, FRINGE, FUTURAMA, KNIGHT RIDER, TORCHWOOD, ROBOTECH, STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE, STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE, STARGATE: SG-1, STARGATE: ATLANTIS, THUNDERBIRDS, UFO and more. Also included are new recordings of previously unavailable music from COMMUNION, DEVIL GIRL FROM MARS, MAN FROM ATLANTIS, PRIMEVAL, STARGATE: UNIVERSE, THE STARLOST and STAR TREK: THE ANIMATED SERIES. SCIENCE FICTION’S FINEST, VOLUME 1 contains over 78 minutes of music! Cover art is by Tobias Richter of The Light Works

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