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Star Trek First Contact soundtrack


Star Trek First Contact (1996)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 05282480522
Label: GNP Crescendo
Label number: GNPD 8052
Running time: 51m16s
Shipping date: December 17th, 1996
Original score by Jerry Goldsmith
 
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Main Title / Locutus [4:19]
2. Red Alert [2:16]
3. Temporal Wake [2:10]
4. Welcome Aboard [2:43]
5. Fully Functional [3:20]
...see complete tracklist
Soundtrack Q & A
Q: The Berlioz clip at the begining of the movie - where can I find the entire song? (from matt in Alberta Canada)
A: Buy a Berlioz CD containing the track "Vallon Sonore." (thanks to Jazzthieve, Belgiumadd more info

Q: What is the track played when Data, Picard, Hawk and other members of crew are walking down a corridor with their modified phaser rifles primed and ready to assault the Borg on the ship? The track begins when Data, Picard and other members are seen drifting around a corner in a triangular, ordered fashion proceeding down the corridor. Data's rifle gestured so it's pointing up at the ceiling - quite distinctive. The track itself starts out with two drum strikes moderately spaced apart and then transacts into a distinctive gong strike in which progresses into a melody, the track has intense intervals which move in and out of the lighter melody. This track is not in the CD but rather is an unofficial track, which is indeed part of the movie score. (from James Harkness in Oregon)
A: The track you talk about is included in the extended edition of the soundtrack. I don't remember the title of the track but I know it's somewhere in the first of the two CDs. (thanks to oro3, Spainadd more info


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