|1.||Underwater Grave / The Saipan||2:11|
|2.||The Screen / The Ship||1:33|
|8.||The Torpedo / Lost Communication / The Intruder*||3:20|
|11.||Boarding The Ship||3:47|
|15.||On The Road / Dragged Under||1:24|
|16.||Free Fall / Muscles||2:25|
|17.||Let's Make A Deal||4:24|
|21.||I'm Out Of Here||1:32|
|22.||A Fish Story / The Shadow||1:41|
|24.||Wall Of Water||3:21|
|26.||Where Are The Keys||0:37|
|28.||The Flare Gun||1:15|
|29.||Not Too Fast||0:37|
|30.||Not Every Day||1:53|
|33.||Hang On / End Title*||2:55|
|34.||EXTRAS: Underwater Grave / Main Title (Original)*||2:38|
|Total Album Time:||65:57|
From the Manufacturer
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* Not Featured in Film
For the 1988 thriller Deep Rising, an almost postmodern combination of suspense, bloodthirsty violence and comedy made composer Jerry Goldsmith's job more difficult than usual. Goldsmith responded to these challenges with a deceptively complex score sporting multiple rhythmic and thematic elements evident right from the start with a growling, heavy motif for tuba and low brass in the film's opening cue.
For the original 1998 Hollywood Records release of Deep Rising, Goldsmith selected just ten tracks from his lengthy score, totaling about 33 minutes. For this premiere release of the entire score, Intrada was given access to the excellent condition original Sony 3348-format, 48-channel digital session masters courtesy of Walt Disney Records. Listeners can now enjoy over an hour of music pulsating with the composer's signature action writing.
Complex rhythms, a dynamic low-brass theme representing the vicious undersea monsters, a rousing and energetic theme for the salvage vessel, underwater suspense music, exciting and aggressive sequences for brass and stringsall delivered in vivid and punchy digital stereo.
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