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I wasn't aware that any Simpson clean soundtracks from this era existed, so a six minute suite from The Android Invasion and five minutes of music from The Invasion of Time were both highlights for me. The second half of Disc Two spans - From onwards, clean soundtracks exist for virtually every episode so there's an embarrassment of riches to chose Devils Dont Dream - Various - Kurkonzerte Sampler (CD). The amount of material that could be included does mean there's not room for everything, so one of the best scores of this era The Leisure Hive is represented by just one track and Jonathan Gibbs' excellent score for The Kings Demons isn't included at all.
But there's still some very good material here, and hopefully the complete scores for these stories will surface on their own releases in due course. Disc Three concludes the original run of the series from - as well including tracks from the TV movie.
Given my disappointment that Jonathan Gibbs' score for The Kings Demons didn't make the cut it's good to see that one of his other scores - The Mark of the Rani - has made it, and this, along with Peter Howell's strident music from The Two Doctors Devils Dont Dream - Various - Kurkonzerte Sampler (CD) highlights of the third disc. And as mentioned, excerpts from the TV movie score by John Debney are included, so a tip of the hat to Silva Screen for making the effort to licence this.
Disc Four brings the story up to date with a selection of Murray Gold's music from the 21st century incarnation of the programme. It's a good sampler of Gold's music - although it's more slanted towards recent series - with only one track from each of the and series for example.
Given there's only four discs and maybe devoting one to Gold was a little generous, though understandable given the profile of the series at present there's not room to include everything that deserves to be here but it's still a really good snapshot of the programme's music and sound effects. There were many reasons why Doctor Who was and continues to be the success it is, and a major part is due to the music.
The 50th Anniversary soundtrack faces the difficult job of condensing fifty years of Doctor Who's music onto just four discs you can tell why they released a limited Disc edition!
However this compilation does an admirable job of picking the best from the start of the William Hartnell era, all the way up to the Matt Smith era and Murray Gold's music. If you're someone who likes making their Devils Dont Dream - Various - Kurkonzerte Sampler (CD) Doctor Who stories, such as the Figure Adventures you can find on YouTube, then this album is a dream as it features the very best incidental music and motifs used throughout the show.
It doesn't feature every single bit of music from the show, and while sometimes this can be down to copyright issues, other times it's simply because the less impressive music has been omitted thankfully there's none of Carey Blyton's score on here. The only drawback to this album that I could see, is that some of the tracks do comes across as ancillary music or simply just sound effects, and on the whole, there are quite a few tracks here that you probably wouldn't listen to casually.
This is only a minor drawback however, and there's still more good than bad here. To finally see music such as the Cyberman theme from 'The Tomb Of The Cybermen' or the chase music from the TV Movie available commercially, is reason enough to get this compilation, and it deserves a place on the shelves of any Doctor Who fan. Where on earth or other planets do you start to write a review for a collection spanning 50 years?!
I could sit here all day reviewing this item but sadly there is just never enough time. This collection is a must-have and completely brilliant. It is so wonderful to see the evolution of the music used in the show over a very long history; the composers not afraid to experiment and make new sounds.
The different variations of the world Devils Dont Dream - Various - Kurkonzerte Sampler (CD) theme tune are all here and each one a different take reflecting their eras. I cannot recommend this enough and certainly took this listener on a beautifully nostalgic journey! Report abuse. A wonderful 4-dicc compilation of incidental music from across the 50 year run of "Doctor Who". Disc 4 contains music from the recent rebooted series - so if you've already got Murray Gold's soundtracks from series 1 onwards you probably won't bother listening to this disc.
However, disc 3 does contain various tracks from the TV movie which I've been after for a while so it's well worth getting for that alone.
The set comes as a standard plastic case 4 CD set with a colour printed booklet giving a breakdown of the various tracks on each disc including composer information and stories it's taken from. You probably dont think of the music so much, with Dr Who, but on this album is a collection of Devils Dont Dream - Various - Kurkonzerte Sampler (CD) really good music.
Not only the different themes throughout the years, but other very good peices, including Kathrin Jenkins and some other haunting tunes. Good Fruit. No Saviors. Chemicals EP. But Still We. Songs For The M8. Change The Locks. American Football LP3. Slight Disconnects. A-Pathos Explicit. PREV 1. Lee "Scratch" Perry. PREV 3. Daft Punk. PREV 4. Bongo Jazz. PREV 2.
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