|Disc 1: Film Score|
|2.||Tanker Gets It||1:13|
|5.||Footprints / New York / Audrey||0:56|
|6.||Chewing Gum Nose||0:32|
|7.||Ship Reveal / Nick Discovers Fish / Flesh||1:41|
|8.||The Boat Gets It||2:11|
|9.||Dawn Of The Species||1:51|
|10.||Joe Gets A Bite / Godzilla Arrives||3:13|
|14.||Military Command Center / New Jersey||1:57|
|18.||Subway Damage / Command Enters City||2:52|
|20.||Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?||5:15|
|21.||1st Helicopter Chase / Godzilla Swats A Chopper||4:10|
|22.||We Fed Him / Audrey Sees Nick||1:21|
|23.||Nick And Audrey / He's Pregnant / Audrey Takes The Tape / French Breakfast||4:48|
|24.||24. He's Preparing To Feed||0:36|
|25.||25. Nick Gets Fired / Abducted / Frenchie's Warehouse / Nick Joins the Foreign Legion||5:47|
|Disc 2: Film Score (cont.) / Bonus Tracks|
|1.||FILM SCORE (cont.): Chewing Gum||1:53|
|2.||Rumble In The Tunnel||1:37|
|3.||Godzilla Park / Godzilla Takes A Dive / Godzilla Versus The Submarine / Egg Discovery||9:44|
|4.||Baby ‘Zillas Hatch||3:53|
|5.||Nick Phone for Helps||1:30|
|6.||Eat The French||2:16|
|7.||Phillip Shoots The Lock||1:05|
|8.||Nick’s Big Speech / The Garden Gets It||7:09|
|9.||He's Back / Taxi Chase & Clue||7:08|
|10.||Big G Goes to Monster Heaven||4:32|
|12.||BONUS TRACKS: The Beginning (no choir)||3:35|
|13.||The Boat Gets It (alt.)||1:11|
|14.||Footprints / New York / Audrey (alt.)||0:50|
|16.||The Garden Gets It (alt.)||3:03|
|17.||Big G Goes To Monster Heaven (alt.)||4:32|
|18.||Gojira (Album Version)||2:46|
|Disc 3: Unreleased Score Album|
|1.||Gojira Opening Titles||2:47|
|2.||Dawn Of The Species||1:49|
|6.||Warnings / Fish Bait||5:13|
|8.||Audrey Steals The Tape||2:45|
|9.||Nick Gets Fired||2:54|
Total Album Time:
From the Manufacturer
Arriving in Los Angeles in 1997 to work on Godzilla, Arnold found himself standing before a new set of creative challenges, which included frequent rewriting or rerecording portions of the score due to a constant flow of last minute changes.
As a result, music was, more often than not, recorded to blank footage. Many alternate cues were also produced in an attempt to anticipate the action in several major sequences that CGI animators were still rendering. Arnold was able to overcome these obstacles, producing what many consider to be one of the finest orchestral scores of the 1990s.
The music was conducted by Nicholas Dodd and mastered by James Nelson at Digital Outland. The booklet contains new liner notes written by author David Hirsch.
Previously released on compact disc in 2007 and difficult to find, Godzilla returns to the market again, on 3 CDs, including the complete score to the film, along with a selection of bonus tracks on the first two discs and the original planned album presentation of David Arnold's score on the third disc, previously only available as a rare promotional release.
Godzilla: The Ultimate Edition is a limited edition release of 3,000 units.
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