Limited Edition of 1,500 Units
BSX Records (BSXCD 8906)
Release Date: April 10, 2012
|1.||Main Title/Felix The Cop||3:04|
|2.||First Training Flight||5:14|
|3.||So Long, Felix||4:06|
|4.||Navigator's Hang Up||1:25|
|5.||Armed And Dangerous No. 1||3:29|
|6.||Drones, Drones, Drones (But Not A Drop To Drink)||2:52|
|7.||Sykes Gets Caught||2:10|
|8.||Armed And Dangerous No. 2||4:27|
|9.||So You Like It Fast (Hard And Rough)||1:47|
|10.||Jake To The Rescue/Joel's Outlandish Adventure||2:24|
|11.||Lee Bombs Out||3:00|
|12.||Welcome To Moon 44||0:49|
|13.||Taxi Driver ("You Talkin' To Me?")||2:49|
|14.||The Cookie Crumbles/Bumpy Taxi Ride/The End Of Moon 44||6:04|
|16.||Heading For Earth||0:59|
|17.||Terry On The Moon/Finale||1:12|
|18.||Shut Out (Lead Vocal on 'Shut Out' by Heather Forsyth, Backing Vocals by Heather, Sean and Joel)||1:33|
|Total Album Time:||48:37|
BUYSOUNDTRAX Records presents the original soundtrack to Moon 44, featuring music composed by Joel Goldsmith (Stargate franchise, Helen of Troy, Witchblade, Call of Duty 3) for the 1990 science fiction film directed by Roland Emmerich (Stargate, Independence Day, The Patriot) and starring Michael Paré (Streets of Fire, Eddie and the Cruisers, The Philadelphia Experiment), Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange, Time After Time, Blue Thunder), Lisa Eichorn, Dean Devlin, Brian Thompson, Stephen Geoffreys, Leon Rippy and Roscoe Lee Browne.
Moon 44 takes place in 2038. Multinational companies have taken control of the universe, constantly fighting each other for control of distant planets where their robots mine the priceless minerals which are now the only source of fuel back on Earth.
The score for Moon 44 was composed by Joel Goldsmith and was his first major orchestral score for a film, foreshadowing his later work on science fiction projects such as Stargate SG-1, Stargate: Atlantis and SGU Stargate Universe. The score was performed by the Graunke Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Christopher L. Stone, with orchestrations by Stone and Jack Smalley.
Originally released on compact disc by Silva Screen Records at the time of the film's release in 1990 and long out of print, BUYSOUNDTRAX Records now brings Moon 44 back to compact disc again, newly remastered by James Nelson of Digital Outland. This album to Moon 44 is a limited edition of 1,500 units.
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