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 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 12:15 PM   
 By:   ryanpaquet   (Member)

STAR TREK DEEP SPACE 9 VOLUME 2
https://www.facebook.com/lalalandrecords/photos/a.181243738754.155532.56031953754/10156222911768755/?type=3



LLLCD 1429

LIMITED EDITION OF 3000 UNITS

RETAIL PRICE: $59.98
PRODUCED BY FORD A THAXTON
LINER NOTES BY RANDALL D. LARSON
ART DIRECTION BY MARK BANNING
ORIGINAL COVER ART BY DARREN DOCHTERMAN
What better way to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Star Trek Deep Space 9 than with the announcement of our Volume 2 cd release!

This cd goes on sale next Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at 12 pm pst
The first 200 or so folks who purchase the cd through the website will receive a signed front tray card by composer Dennis McCarthy at no extra charge. First come, first served. There are no guarantees.

TRACK LISTING:

Disc One:
Music by Dennis McCarthy
1. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Main Title (Seasons 4–7) (1:55)
(Dennis McCarthy)

Q-Less #407

2. Q and V (2:05)
Battle Lines #413
3. Kai’s Wild Ride/The Kai Krashes/No Seatbelt (4:53)
Melora #426
4. Air Kiss (1:46)
5. Delvok Vulcan Etude (2:21)
The Wire #442
6. Mumblin’ Along/Psychobattle/Forgiving (6:53)
The Jem’Hadar #446
7. Cosmic Bullies (4:29)
8. These Guys Are Nasty/Kamikaze (5:31)
Past Tense, Part I #457
9. Sanctuary/Gabriel Bell (4:26)
10. Nom de Plume (2:29)

Hard Time #491
11. The Prisoner (2:00)
12. Assault/Ee’char’s Goodbye/The Hug (5:50)
For the Uniform #511
13. Ancient Technology (2:58)
14. No Javert, Me (4:40)

Blaze of Glory #521
15. The Mighty Bong (2:16)
16. Body Count (3:34)
17. Sacrifice/Ten Years (4:10)`
A Time to Stand #525
18. Rocky Start (1:22)
19. Be Very Careful (2:32)
20. Warpless (2:58)

Extreme Measures #573
21. Killer Tan (0:56)
22. Into the Light (2:30)
23. Curiosity Kills/Odo Defoliated/Bullseye (5:22)

Total Time – Disc One: 78:59


Disc Two:
Music by Jay Chattaway

Past Prologue #404
1. On Screen* (1:25)
2. We’ll Be Waiting* (3:23)
3. Sisko and O’Brien Pursue* (4:53)
If Wishes Were Horses #416
4. Quark Locked Up (0:57)
5. Preparation for the Worst*/Rift Explodes?*/We Were Watching* (8:06)

Cardassians #425
6. He’s Bajoran/First Meeting (2:42)
7. Dukat Splits/Rugal Away*/So Long Garak (1:59)
The Maquis, Part I #440
8. Bomb Planter*/Confession Video (2:02)
9. Et Tu, Hudson?* (2:24)

Family Business #469
10. Ferengi Rumble (1:46)
The Adversary #472
11. Captain Sisko*/Scan Me Tender (2:22)
12. Look Down (2:19)
13. Phaser Sweep/Morphin’ Wall Banger/It’s Eddington? (7:25)

Rejoined #478
14. That Was My Wife/Lost in the Past (3:29)
15. The Big Experiment (2:36)
16. Swept Away (1:15)
17. All the Way (3:49)
18. Long Goodbye (1:34)

Tears of the Prophets #550
19. Point Man (1:24)
20. New Man/The Prophet Zone (2:34)
21. Old Red Eyes/Marching to Cardassia (1:37)
22. Let the Battles Begin (3:39)
23. Path of Destruction (3:12)
24. Tables Are Turned* (2:30)
25. Sad Homecoming/Goodbye Old Soldier (7:30)
Total Time – Disc Two: 77:57

Disc Three:
Music by David Bell, Paul Baillargeon and
Gregory Smith

Past Tense, Part II #458 (David Bell)
1. Recap Part 1 (1:35)
2. Troop Assault/Tell People the Truth/Sisko’s Quarters (3:35)
The Quickening #495 (David Bell)
3. See Picture of Your Baby/I Cancelled My Death for You (1:49)
4. Shut Everything Down! (2:52)
5. Baby Is Born/Trevean to Make Vaccine/Bashir Silent and Thoughtful (3:25)

Treachery, Faith and the Great River #556 (David Bell)
6. Get Above Them (1:59)
7. Last of Your Kind (3:43)
8. Weyoun Terminates Himself/I’m Going to Lose (3:07)
‘Til Death Do Us Part #568 (David Bell)
9. Umbra Teaser–Recap (1:37)
10. I Want to Marry You (Really)/With This Ring (3:51)

The Dogs of War #574 (David Bell)
11. Brunt Kisses Quark’s Hand/Zek Gives Staff to Rom/We’re Going to Have a Baby (4:41)

Shakaar #470 (Paul Baillargeon)
12. Shakaar’s Farm (1:25)
13. Sisko Refuses to Help (2:37)
14. The Ambush/The Phaser Shot/Sleep Well (4:34)
The Muse #493 (Paul Baillargeon)
15. Stories (1:34)
16. Quite a Kick (2:12)
17. Good Hands/You Should Rest (2:38)
18. Odo’s Vows (4:07)
19. I Need You/Time to Finish (1:52)
20. Onaya Escapes/By Jake Sisko* (3:54)

When It Rains... #571 (Paul Baillargeon)
21. Evil Text/Know Thine Enemies (4:22)

Honor Among Thieves #539 (Gregory Smith)
22. Farius Blues/Alley Alley in Free (2:34)
23. Alley Babble/Witness This (3:54)
24. Bank Shot (1:33)
25. S’Nuff of Flith/Mohammed Alley Punch (4:25)
26. Bye Bye Bilby/Litter Box O’Brien (3:53)

Total Time – Disc Three: 78:56

Disc Four:

The Dark Side, Holo-Fantasies & Odds and Ends

Through the Looking Glass #466 (Jay Chattaway)
1. I Dream of Jennifer (Flute) (1:47)
2. Sisko Abducted (1:09)
3. Photographic Memory/Believe Me/Sisko Gets Lucky/Rom Squeals/Surrounded* (3:48)
4. The Great Escape (3:40)
5. The Big Shootout*/No Bluff (5:13)
6. I Dream of Jennifer (Oboe) (1:49)

Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang #566 (Jay Chattaway)
7. Get to Work/Ice Pack, Anyone? (1:00)
8. Black Widow (4:37)
9. Deal Me In/Greenback Galore*/After You, Sweetheart*/Poker Face*/Sisko Helps (1:34)
10. Nize Eyes Caper (2:53)
11. Last Minute Practice* (1:33)
12. Nize Eyes (2:19)
13. Best Laid Plans*/Caper Source/Time Running Out* (4:00)
14. Sly/Sly Zeemo Arrives (3:17)
15. Nog Cracker*/Strip Search*/Hologram’s Best Friend*/Frankie Goes Badda Bing (6:51)

Bonus Tracks

Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang #566 (Jay Chattaway)
16. Nize Eyes Caper (Alternate) (2:27)
17. Sly Zeemo Arrives (Alt Mix) (1:00)
18. Sly Zeemo Arrives (Alt Intro) (1:19)
19. Badda Bing Sweetener (Alt A) (0:51)
20. Badda Bing Sweetener (0:50)
21. Hologram’s Best Friend (Reprise)* (0:54)

Past Tense, Part II #458 (David Bell)
22. Speakeasy Source (1:10)
His Way #544 (Jay Chattaway)
23. Various Drum Hits (0:19)

Past Tense, Part 1 #457 (Dennis McCarthy)
24. Piano Sonata in C Major K. 545 (Andante)
(Mozart) (3:16)
Melora #426 (Dennis McCarthy)
25. Delvok Vulcan Etude (Alt A) (2:14)

For the Uniform #511 (Dennis McCarthy)
26. Breen Nursery Rhyme (0:30)

Looking for par’Mach in All the Wrong Places #501 (David Bell)
27. Japanese Flute Source With Koto (2:05)

Let He Who Is Without Sin… #505 (Paul Baillargeon)
28. Risian Harp (0:40)

Waltz #535 (Paul Baillargeon)
29. Ancients (1:55)

The Muse #493 (Paul Baillargeon)
30. Onaya’s Source (4:59)
31. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
End Credits (Seasons 4–7) (1:05)
(Dennis McCarthy)
Total Time – Disc Four: 72:13
*Contains “Theme From STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE” by Dennis McCarthy

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 12:40 PM   
 By:   Captain_Kaos (no Giacchino fan)   (Member)

Of course not that kind of winner like Vol. I, but nevertheless nice episodes have been borne in mind. A fine late X-mas gift. Bought!

 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 1:24 PM   
 By:   acathla   (Member)

A BIT OFF TOPIC

I've been thinking about actually start to watch Star Trek for while now. Specially because it has so much score released! Must be great for the fans!

But I dont know where to start? Dont they have a bunch of different shows? (havent seen one single episode)

(sorry, this is probably not the right thread, but...)

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 1:36 PM   
 By:   jlj93byu   (Member)

What a great album! I wonder if there were rights issues with the unreleased music from "Sacrifice of Angels," I recall the unreleased music from that episode being among that most requested and mentioned early last year in the thread when they asked for input on the upcoming album. Too bad, as this is probably the final release of DS9 music which means that music will forever remain unreleased.

Oh well, I wanted that a lot, but am also grateful to have A LOT on this release! There will be some beautiful music here.

 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 1:40 PM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

There's the original "Star Trek" series from the 1960's that ran three seasons. As I recall, fans are torn on the lack-luster final season. You've been warned about "Spock's Brain" -- watch at your own peril.

There's "Star Trek: The Next Generation" from the 1980's/1990's, the first sequel. It doesn't start getting good until them idle of the second season. Season three is where it takes off. You've been warned about "Code of Honor" -- watch at your own peril.

Then there was "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine", the first show to neither take place on an Enterprise, or traveling ship, but rather a seized alien space station. People are torn on the series; some like it, others don't. Like Voyager, there are episodes to enjoy, plus it also has some of the various series most memorable scenes, but I won't spoil those here.

Then there was "Star Trek: Voyager". Again, no Enterprise. Can't say I'd recommend it. There are episodes to enjoy from it, though.

Then there was the terrible pre-quell series "Enterprise" that failed to use Scott Bakula to his full potential, used a song for the theme music, pissed people off in general (especially that finale), didn't last as long as the previous spin-off series did), and in an attempt to save itself re-branded "Star Trek: Enterprise". Hahaha, too late.


Then last year after about a decade or so of no Trek shows, they decided to give us the awful "Star Trek: Discovery".

 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 1:51 PM   
 By:   acathla   (Member)

^
Thank u for the great input!
Do the shows have anything at all to do with each other? I mean does it matter which one I start watching? smile

 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 1:58 PM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

Yes and No.

The first series (TOS) took place in the 23rd century.

TNG takes place in the 24th century, after the events of the TOS films.

D.S.9. takes place during TNG and then after when TNG has ended. You'll probably have to consult Trek-sperts on whether you need to watch them together and in what viewing orders. There's some TNG cameos and two characters from TNG go to this show.

Voyager you technically only need to watch some episodes of the first two series, just so you know what the hell is going on. But keep in the mind the writer's -- even with the wealth of the internet at their hands and Trek books, still forgot things and changed things already established as canon; they just didn't seem to care.

Enterprise you technically don't need to really see anything prior. If you enjoy TNG at all, do yourself a favor and don't watch the insult that was the Enterprise series finale; they actually had the nerve to ... oh, never mind.

Discovery, technically you don't need to watch anything prior. Especially since like the Voyager writers, they do what ever the fuck they want and change things drastically. Your time is better spent watching "Seaquest". Just saying.

 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 2:06 PM   
 By:   acathla   (Member)

haha thanx for the tip!
I think I'll just start with the first one first big grin

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 3:29 PM   
 By:   jb1234   (Member)

Personally, I would have preferred far less selections from the early seasons (which especially suffer from the Berman wallpaper effect) but I can understand wanting to be comprehensive. Hoping to discover some hidden gems here. Also agree that it's disappointing that "Sacrifice of Angels" didn't get further music released.

(I remember one review of "Through the Looking Glass" being especially hard on Chattaway's score for the final shootout and now we get it released! razz)

Acathla: If you don't jive with TOS (and a lot of people don't. It's filmed very differently to modern television), feel free to jump to TNG. Although I'd watch just the pilot and skip to season 3. If you like what you see at that point, you can fill in the gaps if you want but those first two seasons are rough, with a few classics mixed in there.

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 3:47 PM   
 By:   Wedge Antilles   (Member)

I'm really happy we're getting this, but hoping we'll also get explanations from Lukas or FSM about the choices made and what might still be included on the final set. There's a lot missing from the thread where we made requests, so I'd like to know more about what was chosen and why (especially regarding Sacrifice of Angels, which was a popular request).

 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 4:42 PM   
 By:   Yavar Moradi   (Member)

acathla, I've been a Trek fan since I was six. The nice thing about Trek is that it's (mostly) episodic. Therefore what I would strongly recommend is this:

1. Look up a "Top 10" list for the original Star Trek series (or go to IMDb.com and see the highest rated episodes). Watch those. If you're enjoying yourself, try a few more. When you get bored, move on to the original Star Trek films (feel free to skip the first as it's very slow moving, a lot of people dislike it, and it's never referenced story-wise afterwards -- I originally found it boring but I've grown to appreciate it for its many strengths, one of which is the incredible score by Jerry Goldsmith). Those six original Trek films are among my favorite Star Trek. Yes, even the odd-numbered ones.

2. Try The Next Generation -- for this I would say actually *do not* skip the first two seasons, though they are weaker in a lot of ways. But I actually rewatched them recently and there are a fair number of highlights. IMDb.com is actually fairly accurate on which episodes are good, ie. Arsenal of Freedom. And you should probably also watch the pilot episode (even though it's not very good, it sets up a main antagonist) and Hide and Q (second episode with that entertaining antagonist, even though it's not that great). The first two seasons, while a bit rougher, also have more inventive directing and especially better music than you tend to get later on in the show. One more tip: a lot of people tend to dump on Skin of Evil because of hokey special effects and something that happens, but honestly I'd always avoided seeing that one so when I watched it going through the series again, I was shocked to find that it honestly moved me.

Then seasons 3-5 are the strongest of TNG, but even then there are many so-so episodes you can safely skip (IMDb is a safe guide; don't bother with episodes below a 7.0 in general). Seasons 6 & 7 are weaker in general but have some very good episodes still, particularly the great series finale, All Good Things...

3. If you want to watch things "in order" then the first modern Trek spinoff, Deep Space Nine, starts during season 6 of TNG. For me it is by far the strongest Trek show, but it too takes a couple seasons to really get going. There are some truly great episodes in season one though, and unlike other Treks this one is actually fairly arc-based, so after the first season or so you shouldn't be skipping (m)any episodes. I think this is the one you are most likely to get into as a Buffy fan, to be honest. Important in some ways to see highlights of TNG first though, because two characters carry over from that show.

4. Unless you're a really big fan (and maybe even if you are), don't bother with Voyager or Enterprise (or Discovery, IMO). There's some good stuff but there's so much bad. If you're really curious look up some "Top 10" lists.

Yavar

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 4:44 PM   
 By:   ScottDS   (Member)

I assume it's the source file... and it's probably too late but has anyone noticed the "R" in Trek is distorted? Volume 1 looks the same way and I didn't even notice till it was pointed out to me relatively recently.

 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 5:23 PM   
 By:   SchiffyM   (Member)

"Deep Space Nine" is my favorite "Trek," and as the years have passed, I've grown to love it more and some of the others a little less. The solid episodes of "Next Generation" remain entertaining, but the medium ones tend to be worse than I remembered. (I always found "Voyager" pretty torturous, and I tried to watch a couple earlier this year after the soundtrack set came out and that opinion was quickly reenforced.)

While a familiarity with Trek lore will inform a newcomer to "Deep Space Nine," it is not absolutely necessary if you don't mind missing some of the casual references to the larger continuity. (And I agree with Yavar, the show gets better and better as it goes on, with a few clunkers toward the beginning.)

 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 5:29 PM   
 By:   ST-321   (Member)

"Deep Space Nine" is my favorite "Trek," and as the years have passed, I've grown to love it more and some of the others a little less. The solid episodes of "Next Generation" remain entertaining, but the medium ones tend to be worse than I remembered. (I always found "Voyager" pretty torturous, and I tried to watch a couple earlier this year after the soundtrack set came out and that opinion was quickly reenforced.)


I agree 100%.

Oh, and while I knew this set was coming, for some reason I didn't expect it so soon. Wow!

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 5:37 PM   
 By:   mwh1701   (Member)

A BIT OFF TOPIC

I've been thinking about actually start to watch Star Trek for while now...



If you want another opinion. Here it is.

What I can definitely say is TREK TV series—with the exception of TOS and DISCOVERY—have always had problems starting off. If you have patience, I’d say, watch them in the order they were produced. That would be:

TOS
TNG
DS9
VOYAGER
ENTERPRISE
DISCOVERY.

If you can’t and don’t watch a lot of TV and you wanted to pick just one TREK series, I’d say pick DS9. Once it found it’s legs, it was the best, most consistent TREK series ever. It lacked the adventure of the other TREK series because it wasn’t on a star-ship, but it produced great characters—both major and minor; had the best antagonist; was more realistic (at least until DISCOVERY); and did a great job of mixing stand alone stories, and stories with short and long story arcs.

Yes, start with TOS, but if you don’t feel enamored with TREK on television after you start watching, I would suggest you watch them based on their best seasons. Here are my suggestions with short comments about each:

TOS—Seasons 1, 2—
TOS was the foundation of STAR TREK and when it worked, it told the best stories ever in TREK’s canon. Gene Roddenberry left the series after season 2 and it showed. Season 3 stories were too melodramatic and the series budget was cut considerably as can be seen in most of season 3 episodes. Some shows didn’t even have full sets built and backdrops had no lighting and were filmed in the dark.

TNG—Seasons 3, 4, 5, 6—
TNG produced some great classic episodes and told the most well-rounded stories of any TREK series. By season 3, it found it’s way and is my 3rd favorite TREK TV series. The first few seasons just re-threaded TOS stories, and produced some awful episodes. In later seasons, the shows lack of high drama—very little conflict among the main cast—and technobabble, made the show, good, but not exceptional.

DS9—Seasons 2, 4, 5, 6, 7
In my opinion, DS9 was the best TREK TV series. It didn’t start out that way and it’s understandable why. It took TREK in a completely new direction—a stationary series. It’s early stories just rehashed TNG episodes. At the end of season 1, two great episodes appeared: In the Hands of the Prophets and Duet, and right there you could see a great series forming. This continued throughout season 2, then season 3 happened. The creators were rebuilding the series and it was like starting over, unfortunately, they forgot to write engaging stories. Many of the stories were flat and the season was wildly inconsistent: one good episode, followed by one bad one. However, once they laid or relaid the new foundation in season 3, DS9 rocked! Four straight seasons of great TREK!

VOYAGER—Seasons 4, 5, 6
In a nutshell, VOYAGER was just a conceptional rehash of TNG, with a Lost in Space theme attached. It did little to find it’s own voice. Season 4 saw an improvement with the addition of Seven of Nine—one of the best female characters TREK has ever produced. Looking back, I’d have to say, if you don’t care about originality, great drama, and just want to be entertained, VOYAGER is for you. It’s easy to digest, and doesn’t affect you in the slightest, but it’s a mindless and fun show.

ENTERPRISE—Seasons 3, 4
After three STAR TREK series grounded on a star-ship, in too short a timeframe, I was sick to death of this concept. I still maintain, there was no need, other than greed, to do another one. Others obviously agreed since the show was cancelled after 4 seasons for declining ratings. That being said, I admired the producers daringness… looking for, and finding two new directions for TREK with ENTERPRISE: a season-long story arc for season 3—never before done on TREK, and doing short story arcs & recapturing and expanding the mythology of TOS in season 4. Whatever drawbacks ENTERPRISE had, those two seasons saved it from being utterly forgettable.

DISCOVERY—Season 1 (so far)
After a long departure, I welcomed another TREK series. I had hoped for a refreshing new direction, like DS9, and really didn't want yet another rehash of a TREK series on a star-ship. I didn’t get my wish, but we did get one that’s adult; very well produced; well acted; looks great, and has told good stories so far. It’s hard to get a handle on a series that has just started. I still don’t think this show holds a candle to DS9, especially the telling of it’s war story, but it’s gotten off to a better start than any TREK series—other than TOS. We shall see.

One other matter. At first, I was puzzled why fan reaction has been so negative toward DISCOVERY. Then, the latest STAR WARS movie, THE LAST JEDI was released, and now I'm left to wonder, could it be many fans just don’t like change, and want to envision themselves as the creators and producers? Is the only thing that matters to them: their own wants and desires translated to the screen? If true, may I say that’s not the job of producers and writers. It never has been and it shouldn’t be. I did not want another star-ship based TREK series, but I didn’t get angry and judge the product based on what I wanted. I’ll enjoy DISCOVERY for what it is and hope that in the future TREK will take a chance and do something really inventive, like DS9. We can only hope.

 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 9:32 PM   
 By:   SchiffyM   (Member)

I assume it's the source file... and it's probably too late but has anyone noticed the "R" in Trek is distorted? Volume 1 looks the same way and I didn't even notice till it was pointed out to me relatively recently.

On Facebook, designer Mark Banning confirms that the logo is from the official file from the press kit, so they had no control over it. (I think it may be the weird faux-dimensional "lighting" that makes the "R" appear wrong. I can't imagine that it's not geometrically the same "R" in "STAR" and "TREK." But visually – which is all that matters – it sure seems weird.)

 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 9:39 PM   
 By:   Last Child   (Member)

What about that P in DEEP? Very suspicious.

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 3, 2018 - 10:07 PM   
 By:   Tango Urilla   (Member)

I assume it's the source file... and it's probably too late but has anyone noticed the "R" in Trek is distorted? Volume 1 looks the same way and I didn't even notice till it was pointed out to me relatively recently.

On Facebook, designer Mark Banning confirms that the logo is from the official file from the press kit, so they had no control over it. (I think it may be the weird faux-dimensional "lighting" that makes the "R" appear wrong. I can't imagine that it's not geometrically the same "R" in "STAR" and "TREK." But visually – which is all that matters – it sure seems weird.)


If you zoom in, you'll see that the two Rs do appear to be geometrically identical and it's only the shading inside the Rs that creates the visual difference. Look very closely at the lower part of the "hole" inside the upper part of the two Rs. That part of the second R is shader much darker.

Oh and I see the package comes with music inside too! I almost didn't notice with all this consternation over the Rs!

 
 
 Posted:   Jan 4, 2018 - 12:46 AM   
 By:   Nicholas_DW   (Member)

Acathla: If you don't jive with TOS (and a lot of people don't. It's filmed very differently to modern television), feel free to jump to TNG. Although I'd watch just the pilot and skip to season 3.

This is an awful idea. Everyone seems to remember the first two seasons as completely without merit. They both have some gems hidden in plain sight and the second season has two brilliant, essential episodes in it: "Q Who" and "The Measure of a Man".

 
 Posted:   Jan 4, 2018 - 1:07 AM   
 By:   acathla   (Member)

Wow, these are some really great answers/overviews and suggestions!
Thanx a lot, you guys! I will definitely give the show(s) a go. Just have to figure out what I want first!

Whenever I decide to start binging an old tv show I prefer to chose shows with score released.
(like I did with The Leftovers and Penny Dreadful).
There is nothing worse than watching a tv show and fall in love with a specific cue that appears, only to find out none of it has been released (done that too many times before, lol!).

I am almost tempted to start with DS since I know it now actually has two box sets of score released! haha! big grin

 
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