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 Posted:   Mar 27, 2016 - 7:50 PM   
 By:   Jeyl   (Member)

I don't get this choir business. Haven't the people involved with the choir been paid for their services when they're taking part in the actual recordings? Is there really some kind of contract that states if you want to use the choir in a soundtrack release that you have to pay them so much money that it would make it impossible for the soundtrack to break even?

 
 Posted:   Mar 27, 2016 - 7:59 PM   
 By:   King Solium   (Member)

Folks, we are researching the Animated Series and hope to be able to release it in some form, at some time. That's all I can say—there are licensing as well as technical hurdles.

Thanks,

Lukas


Wow, totally missed this news. Hope it happens.

 
 Posted:   Mar 27, 2016 - 9:16 PM   
 By:   SchiffyM   (Member)

I don't get this choir business. Haven't the people involved with the choir been paid for their services when they're taking part in the actual recordings? Is there really some kind of contract that states if you want to use the choir in a soundtrack release that you have to pay them so much money that it would make it impossible for the soundtrack to break even?

While the AFM allows for reduced re-use rates for limited editions, a different union (SAG-AFTRA) covers choirs, and they don't give the labels any such break.

So if the choir was recorded somewhere under the jurisdiction of SAG-AFTRA, it can be prohibitive to include them for a soundtrack album. In some cases, the choral portions are recorded elsewhere (such as Utah), and in others, they're replaced with a synth choir.

 
 
 Posted:   Apr 4, 2016 - 9:42 AM   
 By:   TriggerAngry   (Member)

(ignore this post)

 
 Posted:   Apr 4, 2016 - 9:52 AM   
 By:   Adm Naismith   (Member)

I don't get this choir business. Haven't the people involved with the choir been paid for their services when they're taking part in the actual recordings? Is there really some kind of contract that states if you want to use the choir in a soundtrack release that you have to pay them so much money that it would make it impossible for the soundtrack to break even?

They are musicians- the get paid to perform on the original recording date and residuals for replays of the movie, home video sales, and reproduction on CDs & downloads.
Residuals for a whole orchestra can be pretty high; now double that with so many chorus members.

So yes, residuals can be so high as to make soundtrack albums a losing financial proposition.

 
 
 Posted:   Apr 4, 2016 - 9:55 AM   
 By:   TriggerAngry   (Member)

This is great, Lukas. Thanks for the opportunity. I have quite a few ideas for tracks that weren’t included in previous releases. I haven’t included any new episodes or episodes from Voyager due to that set not being released yet. All of the time codes are from the UK DVDs, so I’m not sure if any conversion is required. I’ve also emboldened the tracks that I think are especially good, so you can mainly focus on them. The others are simply if you need more. And obviously, some of the smaller tracks could be combined into one like has been done with previous releases. You can also mainly focus on the Enterprise tracks since those tend to be my favourites. Hope you like my selection.


ENT S01 E08 - Civilization (Jay Chattaway)

A Kiss / Crates Abducted / Just a Mask (24:46 - 29:59)
Wrong Button / Malurian Attack (32:06 - 37:26, the cue before Reactor Surprise)


ENT S01 E11 - Silent Enemy (Velton Ray Bunch)

Silent Intruders (19:07 - 22:58)


ENT S01 E26 - Shockwave, Part I (Dennis McCarthy)

It Wasn’t Us (17:30 - 20:32)
Daniel’s Quarters / Stealth Ship (22:42 - 26:49, the cue straight before Hide and Seek)
Suliban Decloak / Goodbye (34:05 - 38:18, the cue straight before No Return)


ENT S02 E01 - Shockwave, Part II (Dennis McCarthy)

Prepare to be Boarded (01:29 - 02:31, the cue straight after A Refresher)
Suliban Search (06:20 - 08:45)
Trust Me (17:33 - 20:13)
T’Pol’s Distraction / Reed Captured / Interrogation (23:31 - 27:13)
Taking Back Engineering / Suliban Evacuate (27:13 - 29:32)
Pursuit (31:40 - 33:10, the cue straight before The Captain)
T’Pol’s Speech (37:48 - 39:08, the cue before Onward)


ENT S02 E26 - The Expanse (Dennis McCarthy)

Suliban Kidnap Archer (06:06 - 07:18)


ENT S03 E05 - Impulse (Dennis McCarthy)

Escape Through the Hatch / The Plan (14:42 - 16:52, the cue straight after Blocked Exit)


ENT S03 E23 - Countdown (Dennis McCarthy & Kevin Kiner)

Shuttlepod Docks (03:53 - 05:04)
Inside the Weapon (11:52 - 13:52)
This Hasn’t Been Easy / Constant Flux (15:14 - 17:14)
Aquatics Join The Team / Third Launch Code / Determined Crew (18:52 - 21:04)
Rescuing Hoshi / Hays Shot (27:32 - 32:44, the cue following Ready to Fire and preceding Countdown Begins)
Reed Talks to MACOs (35:44 - 37:36)
Insectoids Betrayed / Keep Him In Line (38:12 - 40:16, final cue)


ENT S03 E24 - Zero Hour (Jay Chattaway)

Teaser Recap / New Xindi Empire (00:00 - 01:41)
We Need Hoshi / Favourable Timelines (02:57 - 04:05)
Everything Hinges On It / Do Whatever It Takes (07:21 - 08:15)
One Ship Left / All That Water / Yosemite 3 / Deflector Pulse (14:32 - 19:09, the cue before Sphere Builder On Board)
A Matter of Time / All in One Piece / Find Out What’s Wrong (36:35 - 38:37)
Shuttlepod Fired At (38:58 - 39:17)
Alien Soldier (39:54 - 40:15, final cue)


ENT S04 E01 - Storm Front, Part I (Jay Chattaway) (this has a fantastic score)

Teaser Recap / Get Us Out Of Here (00:00 - 01:48)
German Truck Attacked / Archer Shot (04:00 - 05:05)
Silik Onboard (06:17 - 06:39)
T’Pol Speaks to Daniels (17:12 - 19:14)
Stories / Beyond your Comprehension (22:05 - 24:27)
Alien Gangster / Finding the Shuttlepod / Gangster Shot (29:03 - 32:23)
Past Curfew / Shuttlepod Explodes / Good to be Back (33:15 - 37:06, the cue before Daniel’s Goodbye)


ENT S04 E02 - Storm Front, Part II (Dennis McCarthy & Kevin Kiner)

Silik Jumps Trip (09:10 - 09:50)
Meeting with Vosk (10:59 - 12:32)
Silik Revealed (16:54 - 17:30)
You’ve Changed / Trip Wakes Up (20:02 - 20:50)
Plasma Cannon (21:24 - 22:22)
Destiny / Trip Plays Houdini (23:57 - 24:51)
Vosk’s Speech / Attack on the Compound (28:06 - 32:15, the cue before Fight to the Death)


ENT S04 E08 - Awakening (Jay Chattaway)

Teaser Recap / The High Command (00:00 - 01:13)
Set a Course for Andoria (39:46 - 40:11, final cue)


ENT S04 E09 - Kir’Shara (Dennis McCarthy & Kevin Kiner)

Teaser Recap (00:00 - 01:03)
Mind Meld / Shran Abducts Soval (14:26 - 15:27)
T’Pol Speaks to the High Command / On Our Own (28:49 - 31:05)
New Era / Romulan Involvement (39:15 - 40:16, final cue)


ENT S04 E17 - Bound (Jay Chattaway)

Unfriendly Ship (00:52 - 01:18)
Weapons Deactivated (02:34 - 03:06)
Release Us (27:59 - 29:19)
The Syndicate Wants Archer (31:10 - 31:53, the cue before Harrad-Sar Attacks)
T’Pol Jokes / A Lot of Work To Do (37:40 - 38:11, the cue after Trip Foils Slave Girls / 39:05 - 40:10, final cue)


ENT S04 E21 - Terra Prime (Jay Chattaway) (this has a fantastic score)

Teaser Recap / Opening Cue (00:00 - 01:37)
Paxton Fires on Enterprise (02:54 - 04:44)
Hitching a Ride (11:02 - 11:44)
Hoshi’s Orders (13:14 - 13:57)
T’Pol Talks to the Baby / The Comet (17:23 - 19:14, the cue before Five Seconds to Impact)
Landing on Mars (21:05 - 22:08, the cue straight after Five Seconds to Impact)
The Array / Showdown with Paxton (23:54 - 30:10, the cue before Her Name is Elizabeth)
Masaro / Another Family (31:55 - 34:58, the cue after Her Name is Elizabeth and before Archer's Speech. This track has a sad but lovely ending.)


***


DS9 S02 E23 - Crossover (Dennis McCarthy)

Klingons / Arriving on the Station (02:48 - 04:56)


DS9 S03 E21 - The Die Is Cast (Dennis McCarthy)

Teaser Recap (00:00 - 01:32)
Fleet Decloaks (03:12 - 04:41)


DS9 S04 E01 - The Way of the Warrior (Dennis McCarthy)

Taskforce Decloaks (05:29 - 06:30)
We’re Going In (59:21 - 01:01:26)
Rescuing the Council (01:01:26 - 01:05:26)
A Good Day to Die (01:14:46 - 01:16:47, the cue before Yo!)


DS9 S04 E26 - Broken Link (Jay Chattaway)

A Lot of Attention (19:38 - 19:57)
Cardassia is Dead (28:01 - 29:26)
Sisko and Bashir Wait / Garak’s Self Defense (32:22 - 34:46, the cue straight before Odo Goes Solid)


DS9 S05 E15 - By Inferno’s Light (Jay Chattaway)

Teaser Recap / Dukat Joins the Dominion (00:00 - 03:32)
We Will See About Tomorrow (42:35 - 42:48)


DS9 S05 E26 - Call to Arms (Jay Chattaway)

Fifth Convoy (02:22 - 03:04)
The Romulans / Our Only Hope (08:09 - 09:31)
Weyoun’s Threat (14:19 - 15:12)
Garak and Ziyal Say Goodbye / Rom and Leeta’s Wedding (21:36 - 22:20)
Sisko Won’t Surrender (23:54 - 25:05)


DS9 S06 E06 - Sacrifice of Angels (David Bell)

The Battle Begins (01:36 - 03:37, the cue straight after Teaser Recap)
Cardassians Break Formation (11:26 - 13:21)
We’re Going Through (18:25 - 18:55, the cue before Klingon Fleet to the Rescue)
Quark Saves the Day / The Element of Surprise / Too Late (23:06 - 30:11)
Sisko Asks the Prophets for Help (30:11 - 34:21)
Dominion Disappear / Dominion Evacuate (34:21 - 37:06), the cue before Dukat Searches for Ziyal)
Crew Reunited / I Forgive You Too (40:06 - 42:36, final cue, the cue straight after Damar Shoots Ziyal)


DS9 S07 E07 - Once More Unto the Breach... (Dennis McCarthy)

Defense Condition 1 (22:16 - 22:56)
Attack on Trelka V / Confused Kor (22:56 - 27:01)
Fighters in Pursuit (33:35 - 34:04, the cue before Volunteer)


And just for any other potential future releases, I would love to see highlights from the following episodes:

Enterprise: Fight or Flight, Cold Front, Minefield, Dead Stop, The Communicator, Future Tense, The Xindi, Anomaly, Rajiin, Azati Prime, Damage, The Forgotten, The Council, The Forge, Babel One, United, The Aenar, Affliction, Divergence

Deep Space Nine: The Jem’Hadar, The Adversary, In Purgatory’s Shadow, In the Cards, A Time to Stand, Rocks and Shoals, Tears of the Prophets

Voyager: Deadlock, Blink of an Eye


Thanks again, Lukas. And sorry this took so long.

-TriggerAngry

 
 Posted:   Apr 10, 2016 - 5:09 AM   
 By:   Mathew   (Member)

Hey LaLaLand!

I think for STAR TREK: TNG are the Two-Part Cliffhangers very important. I like to have them complete or mostly complete: McCarthys "Redemption Part I and II", "Time's Arrow Part I and II" and Jay Chattaways "Descent Part I and II"


I second that. Maybe it's possible to make a disc with music from all the TNG-two parters (except Best of Both Worlds of course).

In particular I'd like to get the follwing cues:

Redemption II
01:28 – 03:38 Opening Battle
33:40 – 40:12 Detection Net/Data's Plan/Romulan's Discovered/Battle for the Klingon Empire

Time's Arrow II
36:41 – 38:55 Picard's Message Through Time

Thank you La-La Land!

 
 Posted:   Apr 10, 2016 - 5:15 PM   
 By:   Jeyl   (Member)

Just refreshing the interest in this one track. We have 12 users who have voiced their support for a non-voiceover version take of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan's Epilogue. Film version of course. smile

Sorry if that comes off as redundant. It's still something I've been waiting for more than a decade and a half since I owned the original album.

 
 
 Posted:   Apr 14, 2016 - 7:54 PM   
 By:   existentiallybored   (Member)

My recommendations might be redundant since we have a new Voyager and Enterprise soundtrack coming but I just want to mention them just in case.

Star Trek Voyager -

"Timeless"

The track beginning at 28:38 (for like 8 minutes) which is when they attempt the slipstream flight and fail.

Star Trek Enterprise "Anomaly"

The cue when the pirates attack at the beginning of the episode and when the Enterprise ambushes the pirates at the sphere towards the end.

"Twilight"
The cue when Archer's brain is being zapped and the Enterprise captures the alien spy

"Similitude"
The cue when the shuttle pods pull the Enterprise out of the anomaly.

"Azati Prime"

The cue when they first discover the weapon being constructed under water and then the cue when the Enterprise is nearly blown to bits.

I think that's it. I don't know the precise times of everything except the Voyager episode.

 
 
 Posted:   Apr 27, 2016 - 8:13 AM   
 By:   Last Child   (Member)

I would love this commercial too - and have posted about it in other Star Trek threads.

And we absolutely need the music in this commercial (unless it's already been done). Skip to 1:30 in the video--

 
 Posted:   Apr 27, 2016 - 9:01 AM   
 By:   Josh "Swashbuckler" Gizelt   (Member)

Just refreshing the interest in this one track. We have 12 users who have voiced their support for a non-voiceover version take of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan's Epilogue. Film version of course. smile

Sorry if that comes off as redundant. It's still something I've been waiting for more than a decade and a half since I owned the original album.


I suspect many more would appreciate it as well…

 
 
 Posted:   Apr 28, 2016 - 1:22 PM   
 By:   grubenolp   (Member)

Having posted my wish-list on trekcore some time ago, serveral guys pointed out to me it would be better to submit the list here, too.
As before, the timecodes are rough estimates (re-calculated from the PAL-version to an approximate NTSC-timecodes). So here's the slightly updated list:

TNG S01
Main Title (television mix)

TNG S07E08 - ATTACHED
~ 32:30 - Crusher and Picard campfire talk
~ 42:00 - Crusher and Picard final scene

TNG S07E25/26 - ALL GOOD THINGS...
unreleased cues

DS9 S01E03 - PAST PROLOGUE
~ 44:40 - End Credits (Season 1 short version)

DS9 S04E01/02 - THE WAY OF THE WARRIOR
~ 6:45 - Main Titles ("pulsing" version that was only used in this episode)

DS9 S04E03 - THE VISITOR
~ 44:35 - End Credits (Season 4 short version)

S05E25 - IN THE CARDS
~ 31:40 - Klingon opera

DS9 S06E06 - SACRIFICE OF ANGELS
~ 1:40 - Attack fleet prepares to engage the Klingons

DS9 S07E04 - TAKE ME OUT TO THE HOLOSUITE
~ 26:50 - Federation Anthem

DS9 S07E15 - BADDA-BING, BADDA-BANG
"just anything" ;-)

DS9 S07E25/26 - WHAT YOU LEAVE BEHIND
~ 1:18:45 - The Way You Look Tonight (television mix - without the sax solo)

VOY S01E15 - JETREL
~ 23:50 - Neelix remembers metreon cascade aftermath

VOY S07E25/26 - ENDGAME
"just anything", too

ENT S01E03 - FIGHT OR FLIGHT
~ 43:25 - End Credits (version was only used in this episode)

ENT S03E18 - AZATI PRIME
~ 38:00 - Enterprise gets hit hard ('til the cliffhanger)

ENT S04E18 - IN A MIRROR, DARKLY
~ 41:55 - End Credits

Technical and legal issues aside, antything from TAS would be great, as well as complete scores from TNG's "Yesterday's Enterprise", "Unification" and "Relics".

As an afterthought, I keep wondering about the credits theme apparently composed especially for the "30 Years and Beyond" special. That would be a treat, too.

 
 
 Posted:   Apr 28, 2016 - 3:38 PM   
 By:   Ford A. Thaxton   (Member)


DS9 S07E25/26 - WHAT YOU LEAVE BEHIND
~ 1:18:45 - The Way You Look Tonight (television mix - without the sax solo)

Ah, NO...

That cue was ripped apart on the dub stage at the direction of Rick Berman and Dennis HATED IT, as did everyone else who heard the original version which was used on the DS9 set.

ENT S04E18 - IN A MIRROR, DARKLY
~ 41:55 - End Credits


This was just an edit of the Main Title.

Ford A. Thaxton

 
 
 Posted:   Apr 29, 2016 - 2:27 PM   
 By:   grubenolp   (Member)


Ah, NO...

That cue was ripped apart on the dub stage at the direction of Rick Berman and Dennis HATED IT, as did everyone else who heard the original version which was used on the DS9 set.


Yeah, I know the story of that cue, but quite frankly, I like the televised cue just a tad more, as I got used to it watching the series finale over and over again. No need for you to like it, it's only a personal favorite, just as Lukas asked us to list.
In the end, anything La-La-Land choosed to release will be a treat for us.

 
 Posted:   Apr 29, 2016 - 3:12 PM   
 By:   La La Land Records   (Member)

These are all wonderful suggestions, some of which will definitely be on this set. We are making the assembly right now and trying to get clearances on a number of tracks.

At this time we don't need any more suggestions.

We plan on releasing this very special 3 disc set in September to coincide with the mega 50th anniversary celebration planned that month.

MV

 
 Posted:   Apr 29, 2016 - 5:02 PM   
 By:   other tallguy   (Member)

These are all wonderful suggestions, some of which will definitely be on this set. We are making the assembly right now and trying to get clearances on a number of tracks.

At this time we don't need any more suggestions.

We plan on releasing this very special 3 disc set in September to coincide with the mega 50th anniversary celebration planned that month.

MV


Excellent! How far in advance will the track list be announced, do you think?

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 24, 2016 - 7:22 PM   
 By:   kosstamojan   (Member)

The cue from TNG's "Time Squared" where Geordi plays the visual log retrieved from the future shuttle. It's an ominous piece that carries the silent scene very well.

Dennis McCarthy's scores for "Klingon Encounter" & "Borg Invasion 4-D" at "Star Trek: The Experience" in Las Vegas. Powerful stuff.

 
 Posted:   Jul 25, 2016 - 7:12 AM   
 By:   Jeyl   (Member)

I think they're done taking requests at this point kosstamojan. Now we wait.

 
 Posted:   Jul 25, 2016 - 7:40 AM   
 By:   Jason LeBlanc   (Member)

Really hoping this set contains the Epilogue of TWOK without narration!

 
 Posted:   Jul 25, 2016 - 10:43 AM   
 By:   other tallguy   (Member)

Really hoping this set contains the Epilogue of TWOK without narration!

Will Turner: Elizabeth goes free.
Barbossa: Yes, we know that one, anything else?

 
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