Saturday, 29 November 2014

New Enterprise soundtrack collection

La La Land Records have announced their latest Star Trek soundtrack release, a four-disc collection of music from Star Trek: Enterprise. The collection will include five hours of music from across the series, featuring the work of Dennis McCarthy, Kevin Kiner, Jay Chattaway, David Bell, Paul Baillargeon, Velton Ray Bunch, Mark McKenzie, John Frizzell and Brian Tyler.

Following the same format as the previous Deep Space Nine collection, there is a disc each focusing on the work of Dennis McCarthy and Jay Chattaway, followed by a bit-of-everyone disc, and the final disc giving more extended coverage to the music from a selection of prominent episodes (which amusingly has resulted in These Are the Voyages being included on the "Fan Favorites" disc).

Limited to three-thousand copies, the collection will go on sale next Tuesday, and the first two-hundred copies will include an autographed card signed by Dennis McCarthy, David Bell and John Frizzell.  Here's the description, posted on the La La Land Facebook page
La-La Land Records and CBS proudly present the original television soundtrack to STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE, starring Scott Bakula, John Billingsley and Jolene Blalock. This stunning 4-CD collection showcases the powerful work of the notably talented composers who kept this prequel STAR TREK series at warp speed for four exciting seasons. The music expertly runs the gambit from the bold and thrilling to the thoughtful and emotional – it’s essential science fiction music that touches the heart while it opens the mind. Disc One features the music of Dennis McCarthy, Disc Two showcases Jay Chattaway’s work, while Disc Three’s “Veterans and New Recruits” highlights a variety of composers as does Disc Four’s “Fan Favorites,” which includes music from such episodes as In A Mirror, Darkly, Parts I and II and “Regeneration” among others. Produced by Ford A. Thaxton, James Nelson, Mark Banning and Lukas Kendall and mastered by James Nelson, this special release of 3000 Units includes a 36-Page Booklet featuring in-depth notes by writer Jeff Bond, with new comments from McCarthy, Chattaway and others.
Continue after the jump for the full track listing:

Disc One: Music by Dennis McCarthy
Total Time: 70:52, * denotes music by Dennis McCarthy and Kevin Kiner.
    • 1. Where My Heart Will Take Me (Main Title, Season One) (1:25), written by Diane Warren, performed by Russell Watson.
  • Shockwave, Part I
    • 2. Disaster (0:56)
    • 3. Eulogy (1:43)
    • 4. Daniels Arrives (3:02)
    • 5. Hide and Seek (3:34)
    • 6. No Return (3:41)
  • Shockwave, Part II
    • 7. A Refresher (1:43)
    • 8. Playing Possum (2:16)
    • 9. The Captain (2:25)
    • 10. Onward (0:23)
  • The Expanse
    • 11. Florida Attack (0:47)
    • 12. On the Team (2:12)
    • 13. Now There Is One / Loop-de-Loop (5:02)
  • Impulse
    • 14. Blocked Exit (2:57)
    • 15. Paranoia (2:02)
  • Twilight
    • 16. Armageddon (1:40)
    • 17. Rip Van Winkle / Angst (2:05)
    • 18. Showdown / Back to the Past (6:59)
  • Carpenter Street
    • 19. Street Walkin’ (3:05)
  • Kir’Shara*
    • 20. Kir’Shara Activated (3:29)
  • Countdown*
    • 21. Re–Cap Enterprise 075 (1:32)
    • 22. Ready to Fire (3:27)
    • 23. Countdown Begins (1:10)
    • 24. Hays Departs (1:34)
  • Storm Front, Part II*
    • 25. Recap–Enterprise 078 (1:10)
    • 26. Fight to the Death (3:06)
    • 27. Stukas Coming / The Vortex (3:11)
    • 28. Timeline Restored (1:19)
    • 29. Home at Last (1:39)
    • 30. Where My Heart Will Take Me (End Credits Instrumental) (1:03) (Diane Warren)

Disc Two: Music by Jay Chattaway
Total Time: 70:59
    • 1. Where My Heart Will Take Me (Main Title, Season Three) (1:22), written by Diane Warren, performed by Russell Watson.
  • Civilization
    • 2. Old City (2:34)
    • 3. Entering the Reactor / Reactor Surprise (3:13)
    • 4. Memorable (0:29)
  • The Catwalk
    • 5. Taking Back Enterprise / Capitan a Capitan / Core Is Down (7:43)
  • North Star
    • 6. Hangin’ Offense (1:01)
    • 7. Gunfight / Final Fight (4:17)
    • 8. New School (0:59)
  • Zero Hour
    • 9. Sphere Builder On Board / Andorian Offensive / Sphere / Final Showdown (12:03)
    • 10. My Captain (2:29)
  • Storm Front, Part I
    • 11. Daniels’ Goodbye (2:50)
  • Awakening
    • 12. Meet Surak (1:37)
    • 13. Archer Remembers Cave / Vulcans On the Attack / Kir’shara (7:03)
  • Bound
    • 14. Slave Girl Dance (2:07)
    • 15. Kelby Under the Spell (1:20)
    • 16. Captain Romantic / Disoriented Captain (4:00)
    • 17. Harrad-Sar Attacks / Trip Foils Slave Girls (5:27)
  • Terra Prime
    • 18. Five Seconds to Impact (2:02)
    • 19. Her Name Is Elizabeth (1:19)
    • 20. Archer’s Speech (1:49)
    • 21. Grieving (2:22)
  • The Catwalk
    • 22. Into the Sunset (0:32)
    • 23. Where My Heart Will Take Me (End Credits Instrumental) (0:49) (Diane Warren)

Disc Three: Veterans and New Recruits
Total Time: 79:09
    • 1. Archer’s Theme (Unused Main Title) (1:24) (Dennis McCarthy)
  • Horizon (Mark McKenzie)
    • 2. Travis in Sweet Spot / Change of Course (1:37)
    • 3. Up Your Alley (4:18)
    • 4. Star Map (1:16)
    • 5. We’re Under Attack (1:50)
    • 6. Band of Brothers (3:33)
    • 7. Never Better Sir (1:23)
  • Terra Nova (David Bell)
    • 8. Phaser Cuts Log (1:48)
  • Dear Doctor (David Bell)
    • 9. Doc's First Installment / Phlox Needs a Friend (3:46)
  • The Andorian Incident (Paul Baillargeon)
    • 10. Sanctuary Interrupted (0:47)
    • 11. Sensor Array (2:32)
  • Vox Sola (Paul Baillargeon)
    • 12. Force Field Ready / Take Me Home / Crew Released / Home of the Tendril (3:28)
  • First Flight (Paul Baillargeon)
    • 13. Prototype Crash (3:34)
    • 14. See You Out There (1:41)
  • Proving Ground (John Frizzell)
    • 15. Recap (1:32)
    • 16. Turning the Tables (4:12)
  • Silent Enemy (Velton Ray Bunch)
    • 17. First Encounter (2:03)
    • 18. Taking Risks / Showdown (4:44)
    • 19. Pineapple Cake (0:59)
  • Desert Crossing (Velton Ray Bunch)
    • 20. Warm Welcome (1:14)
    • 21. Geskana Match / Archer Goes for Goal (2:52)
    • 22. Trip's Menu (1:23)
    • 23. The Rescue (3:00)
    • 24. Not Why We're Here (0:59)
  • Similitude (Velton Ray Bunch)
    • 25. In Memoriam (0:43)
    • 26. Warp Drive Test (3:08)
    • 27. You Owe Me One (3:51)
  • The Augments (Velton Ray Bunch)
    • 28. Recap / Teaser–Enterprise 082 (1:51)
    • 29. Pathogen Bomb (3:27)
    • 30. Goodbye Doc (0:39)
    • 31. Archer’s Theme (End Credits) (0:39) (Dennis McCarthy)

Disc Four: Fan Favorites
Total Time: 76:51
  • In a Mirror, Darkly, Parts I and II (Dennis McCarthy and Kevin Kiner)
    • 1. First Contact Revisited (1:49) (Jerry Goldsmith, Dennis McCarthy and Kevin Kiner)
    • 2. Mirror Main Title From Enterprise (1:21)
    • 3. Mutiny (3:53)
    • 4. Dangerous Seduction (2:43)
    • 5. Counter Attack (2:31)
    • 6. Boarding the Defiant (2:23)
    • 7. Tholian Web (2:08)
    • 8. Abandon Enterprise (1:59)
    • 9. Recap–Enterprise 095 (1:00)
    • 10. Defiant Trapped / Defiant Fights Back (2:49)
    • 11. T’Pol Interrogation (1:31)
    • 12. Booby Trap (2:26)
    • 13. Gorn to Die (2:53)
    • 14. Defiant to the Rescue (2:14)
    • 15. T’Pol Busted (2:05)
    • 16. Phlox Sabotage (1:55)
    • 17. Avenger Attacks (2:02)
    • 18. Empress Hoshi (1:16)
  • Regeneration (Brian Tyler)
    • 19. Borg Crash Site / Borg Awakening (3:13)
    • 20. Archer Tells Plan / Distress Call / Phlox Attacked (3:10)
    • 21. Hive Mind / Borg Hunt / Dead in the Water (6:43)
    • 22. Borg Attack / Borg Attack 2 (7:23)
    • 23. Message in a Bottle / Postponed (0:58)
  • These Are The Voyages (Dennis McCarthy and Kevin Kiner)
    • 24. Freeze Program / Enterprise D (0:59)
    • 25. Narrow Escape (1:24)
    • 26. Under Attack / Trip Hurt (4:28)
    • 27. Trip's Possessions / It Was Worthwhile (1:46)
    • 28. Heroic / Trek Theme Montage (2:11) (Jerry Goldsmith, Alexander Courage and Gene Roddenberry, Dennis McCarthy and Kevin Kiner)
    • 29. Archer’s Theme (End Credits) (Dennis McCarthy) /
    • Paramount Studios Logo (0:51) (Lalo Schifrin)

If you're wondering where Broken Bow is in all this, it had a standalone soundtrack release in 2002, shortly after the start of the series.

1 comment:

Fox said...

I'm trying, I am, but I can't actually think of ANY music from Enterprise sans the opening credits music. Of course, the same is true for all of the shows.

It's weird: when I think of the movies, particularly the TOS movies and First Contact, I can immediately recall several tunes because the music in the films was just so fantastic. But the TV shows? Yikes.

I heard a while back that the composer for the movies was on staff with the franchise until a year or two into Voyager, and then he got fired because Rick Berman didn't think music was necessary or relevant to television, and that's why they used the same stock-music for every other scene in the latter seasons of DS9 and VOY.

Dunno if that was the case for ENT, though.