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Air Force One - The Deluxe Edition

Air Force One - The Deluxe Edition

Limited Edition of 4,000 Copies

Varese Sarabande Club

Release Date: September 27, 2019

Format: CD

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Track Listing

Disc 1: Air Force One - The Deluxe Edition
1. The Parachutes 2:08
2. Parachute Attack 3:25
3. The Motorcade 2:43
4. Guided Tour 1:27
5. No Security 3:09
6. Gibbs Fires 0:33
7. The Hijacking, Part One & Two 7:52
8. Empty Capsule 2:37
9. Empty Hall, Downstairs, Hanging About 1:38
10. Terms 2:36
11. Stalking The Plane 1:54
12. Empty Rooms 4:16
13. Get To Work 0:58
14. K.V. & The Hostages 1:15
15. NSA Is Shot 1:17
16. Mother Russia 1:30
17. Marshall On Phone 1:37
18. Target Air Force One 2:40
19. Plane On The Ground 1:07
20. Marshall's Plan 0:54
21. The First Hostage 2:50
22. K.V. Lectures 0:27
23. Dumping Fuel 2:29
24. Fuel's On Its Way 1:03
25. Fax To The White House 1:19
26. Escape In Process 0:39
27. Where Is The President? 0:43
  Disc Time: 55:06
Disc 2: Air Force One - The Deluxe Edition
1. Free Flight 4:54
2. Hostage President 4:00
3. I'll Do It 1:22
4. Sign It! 2:04
5. Get Off My Plane! 4:51
6. Radek's Release (with Chorus) 1:42
7. The Dogfight 4:14
8. Air Force One In Trouble 3:14
9. Escape From Air Force One 5:29
10. Welcome Aboard 2:10
11. End Credits 6:01
12. Parachute Attack (Film Version) 3:24
13. The Hijacking, Part One & Two (Film Version) 7:51
14. K.V. & The Hostages (Film Version) 1:29
15. Marshall's Plan (Film Version) 1:05
16. K.V. Lectures (Film Version) 0:32
17. Sign It (Alternate Take) 2:08
18. Get Off My Plane (Film Version) 4:51
19. Air Force One In Trouble (Alternate Take) 3:15
  Disc Time:
Total Album Time:
64:36
119:42

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The #1 most requested CD Club title is finally here! Air Force One: The Deluxe Edition with music composed and conducted by Jerry Goldsmith. 46 tracks across 2 CD's!

In scores resounding with patriotic brass and militaristic action, Jerry Goldsmith memorably saluted America's brothers in arms. His themes embodied generals in service to God and country (Patton, MacArthur), men fighting for survival in an America gone astray (First Blood, Capricorn One), an analyst pitted against enemies both foreign and domestic (The Sum of All Fears) and a peace-seeking president combating a coup (Seven Days in May). But no noble warrior that Goldsmith accompanied had faced the impossible odds of a commander-in-chief evading terrorists aboard 1997's Air Force One. Demanding all of the excitement, emotion and suspense that Goldsmith could muster in a mostly confined setting, it was a film that put the composer in his own heroic race against time. Recorded in a span of only three weeks, (with additional music from Joel McNeely), Air Force One stands out as one of the signature highlights in Jerry Goldsmith's unparalleled career.

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