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 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:01 AM   
 By:   drivingmissdaisy   (Member)


STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS: The Deluxe Edition
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music Composed by Michael Giacchino
2 CDs

It’s here! Star Trek fans and Michael Giacchino fans alike have been clamoring for this one! Varèse Sarabande is proud to present our Deluxe Edition 2-CD set of Giacchino’s epic score for Star Trek Into Darkness, now featuring two hours of Michael’s soaring score!

Last summer, before heading to a galaxy far, far away, pioneering director J.J. Abrams delivered an explosive action thriller that took Star Trek Into Darkness. In the wake of a shocking act of terror from within their own organization, the crew of The Enterprise is called back home to Earth. In defiance of regulations and with a personal score to settle, Captain Kirk leads his crew on a manhunt to capture an unstoppable force of destruction and bring those responsible to justice. As our heroes are propelled into an epic chess game of life and death, love will be challenged, friendships will be torn apart, and sacrifices must be made for the only family Kirk has left: his crew.

Composer Michael Giacchino — an Academy Award winner for his score for Up — reunited with director J.J. Abrams to steer the Enterprise through its darkest territory yet. This summer Giacchino is represented in theaters by his newest score for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

CDs will begin shipping the week of July 28.

Limited Edition of 6000 copies

Price: $26.98
Catalog #: VCL 0714 1150


Disc One
1. Logos / Pranking the Natives (2:58)
2. Spock Drops, Kirk Jumps (1:43)
3. Undersea Enterprises Inc. (1:33)
4. On the Bridge and On the Rocks (1:42)
5. Sub Prime Directive (2:23)
6. London Calling (2:11)
7. Demotion Emotion (:53)
8. London Falling (2:33)
9. The Pride of Iowa (:43)
10. Astronomical Manhunt (2:12)
11. Man vs Blaster (1:55)
12. Meld-Merized (2:41)
13. Admiral Exposition (3:23)
14. Personal Space (:45)
15. So Long Scotty (:57)
16. Chief Concern / The Moral Mission (2:15)
17. Covert Carol (:38)
18. Galactic Road Trip (1:16)
19. Torpedo Diplomacy (2:19)
20. Spock and Uhura (1:05)
21. Klingon Chase / Meeting (5:03)
22. Harrison Attack (2:46)
23. Harrison Brought Onboard (2:00)
24. Harjugal Visit (2:04)
25. Damage Control (1:18)
26. Scotty’s Floored (1:36)
27. Torpedo Tango (1:08)
28. Cryo Your Heart Out (:17)
29. Harrison's Heart / Enter The Vengeance (3:44)
30. Mom’s Calling (2:19)
31. You’re Not Safe at Warp (:35)

Disc Two
1. Kirk’s Last Stand (2:24)
2. Guns Down (1:07)
3. Chair of Command (:57)
4. You Wanna Do What? (1:58)
5. Pull the Trigger (:27)
6. Ship to Ship (2:53)
7. Hallway Fight (1:33)
8. Head Games (1:48)
9. I’m Gonna Make This Simple (2:47)
10. Human Popsicles (1:18)
11. Earthbound and Down (4:19)
12. Warp Core Values (2:57)
13. Max Thrusters (:57)
14. Buying the Space Farm (3:20)
15. Go Get ’Em (1:13)
16. The San Fran Hustle (5:05)
17. Kirk Enterprises (2:57)
18. End Credits (8:43)
19. Ode To Harrison (6:36)
20. Ode To Vengeance (6:29)




NO GOD, NO MASTER
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music Composed and Conducted by Nuno Malo
When a series of package bombs show up on the doorsteps of prominent politicians and businessmen in the summer of 1919, U.S. Bureau of Investigation Agent William Flynn (David Strathairn) is assigned the task of finding those responsible. He becomes immersed in an investigation that uncovers an anarchist plot to destroy democracy. Inspired by true events of the ’20s, the film sets the stage for a timely thriller with resoundingly similar parallels to the contemporary war on terrorism and the role government plays to defeat it.

What a stunning, epic, beautiful work! We are so proud to have Nuno Malo’s No God, No Master mark this young composer’s Varèse Sarabande debut. Malo has crafted a powerful, classically-styled work for this period thriller that will surely excite many film music fans who remember when there used to be more scores in this style. Nuno Malo is an exciting new name and talent.

CDs will begin shipping the week of July 28.

Limited Edition of 1000 copies

Price: $17.98
Catalog #: 302 064 219 2

1. Opening Titles (3:03)
2. Bike Ride Through Little Italy (:51)
3. Bomb In The Church (2:20)
4. Post Office Package Bombs (1:14)
5. Rockefeller Confrontation (1:59)
6. Explosion At Louise Berger’s (1:11)
7. Flynn Talks With Tresca (2:27)
8. Tresca’s Speech (2:20)
9. Vanzetti’s Past (1:25)
10. Vanzetti Finds A New Home (2:28)
11. Another Bomb, Vanzetti’s Theme (1:20)
12. Three Friends, Bomb At Flynn's Doorstep (1:58)
13. Sacco’s Dream (1:12)
14. Flynn’s Partner Death (1:46)
15. Interrogation At Luigi’s Place (5:27)
16. Flynn Interrogates C. Howe (1:30)
17. Vanezetti Gives A Cat To The Little Boy (1:47)
18. Memorial, Police Attacks (2:02)
19. Rockefeller Confrontation (Cello Version) (1:50)
20. Flynn Talks To Palmer (1:10)
21. Flynn’s Search For Tony, Galleani’s Capture (7:57)
22. The 10000 Immigrants Arrest (3:20)
23. Arm Robbery, Sacco and Vanzetti’s Arrest (2:37)
24. Catacomb of the Flower of Mankind (2:57)
25. What About The Others (3:43)
26. Nulus Deus, Nulus Dominus, Main Theme Reprise (2:49)
27. No God, No Master (Piano Trio) (2:50)




WICKED BLOOD
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music Composed by Elia Cmiral

Hannah Lee (Abigail Breslin) is a bright teen girl trapped in the dark Southern underworld of violence and guns, drugs and vicious biker gangs. Neglected by her angry sister Amber (Alexa Vega), her only refuge is her troubled uncle Donny (Lew Temple) who is a drug addict. Both live in fear of "Uncle Frank" Stinson (Sean Bean) who runs the illegal family business with an iron fist, aided by his psychotic younger brother Bobby (Jake Busey). But when Amber falls in love with family rival Wild Bill (James Purefoy), Hannah realizes there is no escape from the ruthless Stinsons and cleverly schemes to pit one pawn against another in a cunning game of revenge.

Elia Cmiral, best known for his classic score to Ronin (1998), here delivers a beautiful work centered around evocative and rural writing for guitar and piano. This is an exciting new sound and direction for the versatile Cmiral.

CDs will begin shipping the week of July 28.

Limited Edition of 1000 copies

Price: $17.98
Catalog #: 302 064 218 2

1. Opening (2:31)
2. Broken Dreams (1:51)
3. Bike Ride (1:54)
4. In Relation (2:11)
5. Hannah Kills Bobby (2:18)
6. Remember Dad (2:02)
7. Bobby Visits Amber (2:19)
8. Move On (:59)
9. Frank Gets Complaints (2:03)
10. Bobby Beats Amber (1:40)
11. What’s The Matter (2:05)
12. Hannah’s Request (2:44)
13. Hannah and Amber (1:47)
14. Bobby’s Rage (1:13)
15. Hannah’s Theme (1:26)
16. Garage Shootout (4:03)
17. Hannah’s Plot (1:49)
18. Donny’s Dead (3:46)




HAUNT
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Music Composed by Reinhold Heil

A mother and father and their three teenage children move to a new home that was the scene of a “personal tragedy.” The son meets a mysterious neighbor girl and together they experiment with an old radio they find in the attic, which can be used to communicate with the dead. Something is unleashed that brings new horror.

Reinhold Heil’s score for Haunt is a powerful, fascinating work that presents the composer in top form, bringing genuine interest and vision to the genre. Beautifully haunting.

CDs will begin shipping the week of July 28.

Limited Edition of 1000 copies

Price: $17.98
Catalog #: 302 064 217 2

1. Making Contact (4:10)
2. Haunt - Main Title (2:55)
3. Exploring the House (2:11)
4. Moving In (:50)
5. Janet Comes To Get the Painting (3:36)
6. I Am Sam (2:47)
7. Do You Want Me To Go (1:40)
8. Sam’s Dream (2:14)
9. So Who Is She (1:04)
10. Do You Like Me (2:11)
11. I Don’t Really Wanna Be Alone (3:07)
12. The Shower (1:48)
13. You Should Make Friends With It (2:09)
14. You’re Gonna Hate This (1:39)
15. Wanna Live With An Angry Ghost (2:53)
16. Franklin, She’s Here (3:24)
17. We Need to Stop (4:45)
18. Burning the Box (1:19)
19. Stay Out! (2:01)
20. Touching Her / Bonkers (4:26)
21. Haunt That Rotting House Forever (1:47)
22. Haunt - End Titles (4:27)

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:02 AM   
 By:   catboy19   (Member)

Ill edit!

thanks varese for TREK!

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:05 AM   
 By:   johnbijl   (Member)

nothing ive heard before now i lost sleep!

is that some kind of joke?


Wait for it...

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:07 AM   
 By:   TerraEpon   (Member)

nothing ive heard before now i lost sleep!

is that some kind of joke?


Yup. These releases were designed explicitly to send YOU into a rage.

Well done, Varese, well done.

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:08 AM   
 By:   drivingmissdaisy   (Member)

Another plus is these will be SHIPPING this week, the week of the 28th of July! This is new! This is great!

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:11 AM   
 By:   Francis   (Member)

Was expecting Star Trek Into Darkness, which doesn't make it any less stellar a release, but was surprised by Reinhold Heil's "Haunt", excellent batch Peter!

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:12 AM   
 By:   Amer Zahid   (Member)

Good to know this ship sooner than I expected. Nice batch Varese!

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:13 AM   
 By:   Mr. Popular   (Member)

Was expecting Star Trek Into Darkness, which doesn't make it any less stellar a release, but was surprised with Reinhold Heil's "Haunt", excellent batch Peter!

Reinhold doesn't get enough credit as a good composer. Nuno Malo was composer of a great score for The Celestine Prophecy on Moviescoremedia.

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:13 AM   
 By:   Juanki   (Member)

I am sorry to say but this is extremely disappointing.

The important release was "Star Trek Into Darkness" and all of us already knew it was coming. Well, nice job Varese, you released a single edition last year only to become old a year later.

About the rest of releases, I can't comment because I know nothing about those movies.

I miss the days when Varese Club meant new (never available before) Goldsmith, Bernstein, Williams, Grusin, Newman, Silvestri...

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:14 AM   
 By:   Lokutus   (Member)

hmm... so at least Giacchino and Nuno Malo for me.
other than that the only positive about this batch is its shipping date.

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:16 AM   
 By:   Mr. Popular   (Member)

I am sorry to say but this is extremely disappointing.

The important release was "Star Trek Into Darkness" and all of us already knew it was coming. Well, nice job Varese, you released a single edition last year only to become old a year later.

About the rest of releases, I can't comment because I know nothing about those movies.

I miss the days when Varese Club meant new (never available before) Goldsmith, Bernstein, Williams, Grusin, Newman, Silvestri...


Ok, you knew it was coming so does it make it less important it's now out? They never promised you that it would be 4 reissued/expanded releases. Let's be happy that Into Darkness finally is out. Sheesh.

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:19 AM   
 By:   Juanki   (Member)

I am sorry to say but this is extremely disappointing.

The important release was "Star Trek Into Darkness" and all of us already knew it was coming. Well, nice job Varese, you released a single edition last year only to become old a year later.

About the rest of releases, I can't comment because I know nothing about those movies.

I miss the days when Varese Club meant new (never available before) Goldsmith, Bernstein, Williams, Grusin, Newman, Silvestri...


Ok, you knew it was coming so does it make it less important it's now out? They never promised you that it would be 4 reissued/expanded releases. Let's be happy that Into Darkness finally is out. Sheesh.


Star Trek into Darkness isn't a highlight score for my tastes either. It being the high point of Varese announcement made the whole thing predictable and boring.

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:19 AM   
 By:   Francis   (Member)


The important release was "Star Trek Into Darkness" and all of us already knew it was coming. Well, nice job Varese, you released a single edition last year only to become old a year later.


Which is why I waited till this deluxe edition happened before buying it. I saw a pattern with the last Giacchino Star Trek score.

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:21 AM   
 By:   Juanki   (Member)


The important release was "Star Trek Into Darkness" and all of us already knew it was coming. Well, nice job Varese, you released a single edition last year only to become old a year later.


Which is why I waited till this deluxe edition happened before buying it. I saw a pattern with the last Giacchino Star Trek score.


What's the point of doing that? To make people buy twice the same score? Everyone of us knew it was coming after being tricked with "Star Trek" (2009)

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:23 AM   
 By:   drivingmissdaisy   (Member)

I am sorry to say but this is extremely disappointing.

The important release was "Star Trek Into Darkness" and all of us already knew it was coming. Well, nice job Varese, you released a single edition last year only to become old a year later.

About the rest of releases, I can't comment because I know nothing about those movies.

I miss the days when Varese Club meant new (never available before) Goldsmith, Bernstein, Williams, Grusin, Newman, Silvestri...


Ok, you knew it was coming so does it make it less important it's now out? They never promised you that it would be 4 reissued/expanded releases. Let's be happy that Into Darkness finally is out. Sheesh.


Star Trek into Darkness isn't a highlight score for my tastes either. It being the high point of Varese announcement made the whole thing predictable and boring.


To each there own. I hope there is something in another batch in the future you may fancy! smile

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:23 AM   
 By:   Mr. Popular   (Member)


The important release was "Star Trek Into Darkness" and all of us already knew it was coming. Well, nice job Varese, you released a single edition last year only to become old a year later.


Which is why I waited till this deluxe edition happened before buying it. I saw a pattern with the last Giacchino Star Trek score.


What's the point of doing that? To make people buy twice the same score? Everyone of us knew it was coming after being tricked with "Star Trek" (2009)


The reason there are single disc versions of the new movie scores is because the average movie goer who will buy a film score won't shell out $25-30 for one. These limited editions are for us fans. So I seriously doubt labels who do this are tricking anybody.

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:24 AM   
 By:   Juanki   (Member)

I am sorry to say but this is extremely disappointing.

The important release was "Star Trek Into Darkness" and all of us already knew it was coming. Well, nice job Varese, you released a single edition last year only to become old a year later.

About the rest of releases, I can't comment because I know nothing about those movies.

I miss the days when Varese Club meant new (never available before) Goldsmith, Bernstein, Williams, Grusin, Newman, Silvestri...


Ok, you knew it was coming so does it make it less important it's now out? They never promised you that it would be 4 reissued/expanded releases. Let's be happy that Into Darkness finally is out. Sheesh.


Star Trek into Darkness isn't a highlight score for my tastes either. It being the high point of Varese announcement made the whole thing predictable and boring.


To each there own. I hope there is something in another batch in the future you may fancy! smile


I am looking forward to next time smile

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:26 AM   
 By:   catboy19   (Member)

Another plus is these will be SHIPPING this week, the week of the 28th of July! This is new! This is great!

LUCKY YOU! you get to hear trek tonight and see the artwork tell me....whats the disc art like?

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:28 AM   
 By:   johnbijl   (Member)

I am sorry to say but this is extremely disappointing.

The important release was "Star Trek Into Darkness" and all of us already knew it was coming. Well, nice job Varese, you released a single edition last year only to become old a year later.



Good selling releases like the single cd version of both Star Trek's help to fund releases like these expensive to produce Deluxe-versions. And I guess they're aimed at different markets. Trekkie-collectors and film music completists, which are even a niche in this community.


I miss the days when Varese Club meant new (never available before) Goldsmith, Bernstein, Williams, Grusin, Newman, Silvestri...


Most, if not all, of the gems of those composers have been released. (I know some folks will list titles, but you get the point I guess.) We were spoiled the last couple of years. I still remember this board FREAKING OUT when Intrada released Alien. The reactions when Lala-land released the complete Star Trek TMP were mild comparing to that.

I get your disappointment, but perhaps your expectations were a little to high.

 
 Posted:   Jul 28, 2014 - 12:29 AM   
 By:   drivingmissdaisy   (Member)

Another plus is these will be SHIPPING this week, the week of the 28th of July! This is new! This is great!

LUCKY YOU! you get to hear trek tonight and see the artwork tell me....whats the disc art like?


I don't have the disc yet so all I see is the back cover and front cover same as you guys! They are expected to ARRIVE next week, the week of the 28th!

I'm sure the disc art is going to be awesome as normal!

 
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