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Old 08-31-2008, 10:39 AM
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no particular reason. I got a good bit of it with the end credits off of iTunes. Beautiful. It served as the overture to the movie, one of the last in film history.
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"Trivia":Goldsmith's rejected score for the Motion picture sounded like "Sailing ships" then he refined it to the form we here today!
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Yes, Roddenberry hated it! Then of course, we got "sailing ships" with the Wrath of Khan. I truly love the Wrath of Khan theme by Horner. the Mutara Nebula fight has such dynamicy, due mostly to beautiful compositions.
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You do realize I started a thread almost exactly like this one...
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Just saw it. It happens
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you evil person, how dare you!
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Yes, I do. Unfortunately, most of my friends have begun to think that the easiest way to buy me a gift is to get me either a Star Trek or a Star Wars CD... I've loved the re-recordings of the TOS scores, but have detested most of the crappy "elevator music" they used on TNG... I usually regift those. I think the worst was "Generations" or possibly "Insurrection"

The only really good TNG inspired score was First Contact.
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Yes, I do. Unfortunately, most of my friends have begun to think that the easiest way to buy me a gift is to get me either a Star Trek or a Star Wars CD... I've loved the re-recordings of the TOS scores, but have detested most of the crappy "elevator music" they used on TNG... I usually regift those. I think the worst was "Generations" or possibly "Insurrection"

The only really good TNG inspired score was First Contact.
I like some of the militaristic scores for Nemesis, and especially the bit when the Enterprise is racing towards the armada.
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Yes, I do. Unfortunately, most of my friends have begun to think that the easiest way to buy me a gift is to get me either a Star Trek or a Star Wars CD... I've loved the re-recordings of the TOS scores, but have detested most of the crappy "elevator music" they used on TNG... I usually regift those. I think the worst was "Generations" or possibly "Insurrection"

The only really good TNG inspired score was First Contact.

I recommend the extended versions of the last 3 tng films.
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