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I.Q. / Seconds

I.Q. / Seconds

Limited Edition of 3,000 Units
La-La Land Records (LLLCD 1109)

Release Date: October 15, 2009

Conducted by Jerry Goldsmith

Format: CD

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Track Listing

1. Campus Morning* 1:55
2. Fundamental Order* / First Sight / Chance / Craps 2:59
3. The Riders 1:22
4. The Watch / I Fixed It 1:20
5. Ideas / Dress Up 1:44
6. The Lecture 1:29
7. Count The Stars* 2:06
8. First Exam 1:19
9. Signals 2:19
10. Equations** / A Little Smile* 1:02
11. Caged Fun 1:14
12. I Really Do 1:07
13. Years Ago / Practice 1:10
14. Don't Panic 2:28
15. April Fool 1:00
16. The Compass 2:22
17. Wahoo / End Credits* 6:22
18. Dress Up (Alternate) 1:36
19. Wahoo (With Extension) 3:06
20. Main Title 3:00
21. 39 Lafayette Street 2:16
22. Quiet Isolation 2:13
23. Nightmare 2:49
24. Transformation 1:56
25. Rehabilitation / Strange Arrival 2:16
26. Restless Hours 2:52
27. Reflections 1:58
28. Begin Again / Peaceful Aftermath 2:24
29. End Title 1:15
30. Quiet Isolation (Contains Dialogue Bleed) 2:27
31. Restless Hours (Contains Dialogue Bleed) 3:12
32. Peaceful Aftermath (Contains Source) 0:52
33. Begin Again (Contains Dialogue Bleed) 1:43
  Total Album Time: 69:13

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Track Listing Legend:
* Contains "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"
** Not Used in Film

Jerry Goldsmith's I.Q. was mastered from a combination of 2-track and 3-track mixes from the Paramount vault. Mastered by Michael Matessino, the music–recorded in 1994–was recent enough to not require any restoration work, but it went through a careful EQ and clean-up process.

Regarding Seconds, the only source available from the studio vaults were mono 35mm music stems off of the original film. Because this three-channel split source contained dialogue, music and sound effects, there was a bit of bleed onto the music tracks. While many of the music cues were clean and easily mastered, the few cues with faint dialogue bleed had exacting and respectful clean-up work done on them to make the music as presentable as possible. Since we did not want to lose any of Goldsmith's precious, much-demanded music, there is still some bleed present in a few of the bonus tracks, but these tracks have been restored to the best quality possible given the source material.

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