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Man on a Mission

Man on a Mission

Limited Edition of 500 Units
La-La Land Records (LLLCD 1235)

Release Date: November 9, 2012

Format: CD

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Track Listing

1. Building a Rocket* 2:52
2. Near Sighted 0:43
3. First Game 2:49
4. Unique Richard 2:15
5. Space Adventures 3:54
6. Centrifuge 2:58
7. NASA Training 3:42
8. Star City 1:50
9. Hover on a Wish* 2:32
10. Russian Space History (unused) 2:33
11. Rough Rides Home 3:25
12. I Am Radio (Space Version)* 3:59
13. Final Exams 5:02
14. Raising the Rocket / Stages 2:09
15. Planting a Tree 0:47
16. Countdown to Launch 6:33
17. To the Stars 1:27
18. Blast Off Zero* 2:51
19. Radio With Dad 0:52
20. Absolutely Finite 0:42
21. Space is Fun 0:52
22. Saying Goodbye / Re-Entry 4:25
23. Astro Glo* 3:08
24. MAN ON A MISSION Trailer (Bonus Track)* 2:03
  Total Album Time: 64:23

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* Music composed by John & Samantha Consant and produced by Erik Wofford
All other music composed and produced by Brian Satterwhite.

Man on a Mission is a behind-the-scenes journey with video game legend, Richard Garriott, in his quest to become the first second-generation astronaut, from making his fortune to spending it ($30 million) to reach the International Space Station via Russian rocket. From secret training in Moscow, to a rumbling launch from Kazakhstan, to 12 glorious days onboard the ISS, the adventure is captivating. And for the first time ever, a camera is rolling in the capsule during the fiery return to earth. Owen Garriott, his astronaut father, is there to greet him, welcoming us all to the next generation of human space travel.

Brian Satterwhite's and John Constant's soaring score is the perfect companion to this fascinating documentary. Notes by the film's composer and the filmmaker's take the listener deep into the scoring experience as David Fein's art direction shed some light on this in depth documentary score.

Produced by Brian Satterwhite
Mastered by James Nelson at Digital Outland
Art Direction by David C. Fein

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