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Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone

Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone

Limited Edition of 3,000 Copies
Varese Sarabande Club (VCL-1038)

Release Date: August 31, 2005

Conducted by Elmer Bernstein

Performed by
The Hollywood Studio Symphony

Format: CD

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Track Listing

1. Main Title

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 4:19
2. Girls And Scavs

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 0:56
3. Wolff

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 0:46
4. History And Landing

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 4:23
5. Vultures

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 0:55
6. The Planet

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 3:30
7. Niki

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 2:36
8. Hot Dog

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 1:28
9. Wash Up

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 1:39
10. Partner

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 0:51
11. Day's End

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 1:25
12. Cavern

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 3:06
13. Bats

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 1:12
14. Tunnel

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 0:59
15. Women

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 1:51
16. Desert

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 2:16
17. Moving Out

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 1:02
18. Graveyard

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 1:52
19. Capture

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 2:05
20. Into The Maze

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 1:01
21. Maze

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 3:44
22. Getting There

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 1:15
23. Claw

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 1:18
24. Rescue

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 1:22
25. Niki Goes

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 1:01
26. Going Home

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 0:30
27. End Credits

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 3:50
  Total Album Time: 51:12

From the Manufacturer

Another classic Elmer Bernstein score joins our CD Club with the "at long last" release of his 1983 score to the 3-D production Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone. A powerful and adventurous score, this was Bernstein's valiant contribution to the post Star Wars science fiction craze.

>Bernstein's score is a muscular work. Laden with martial percussion and featuring a heroic main theme, the score is not without one of the composer's typically lovely themes, in this case inspired by Ringwald's character Niki, which is treated to a variety of touching, delicate and soaring interpretations.

The score is an enormous amount of fun and has long been one of the most requested works from one of the composer's most exciting creative periods. We are tremendously pleased to offer this major Bernstein premiere.

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