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Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Download links and information about Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Kevin Kiner. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 01:07:23 minutes.

Artist: Kevin Kiner
Release date: 2008
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 32
Duration: 01:07:23
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No. Title Length
1. Star Wars Main Title / A Galaxy Divided (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 1:13
2. Admiral Yularen (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 0:56
3. Battle of Christophsis (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 3:19
4. Meet Ahsoka (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 2:44
5. Obi-Wan to the Rescue (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 1:24
6. Sneaking Under the Shield (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 4:24
7. Jabba's Palace (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 0:45
8. Anakin vs. Dooku (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 2:18
9. Landing On Teth (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 1:43
10. Destroying the Shield (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 3:08
11. B'omarr Monastery (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 3:10
12. General Loathsom / Battle Strategy (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 3:07
13. The Shield (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 1:36
14. Battle of Teth (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 2:45
15. Jedi Don't Run! (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 1:22
16. Obi-Wan's Negotiation (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 2:07
17. The Jedi Council (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 2:04
18. General Loathsom / Ahsoka (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 3:39
19. Jabba's Chamber Dance (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 0:42
20. Ziro Surrounded (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 2:20
21. Scaling the Cliff (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 0:45
22. Ziro's Nightclub Band (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 0:53
23. Seedy City Swing (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 0:34
24. Escape from the Monastery (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 3:12
25. Infiltrating Ziro's Lair (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 2:21
26. Courtyard Fight (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 2:41
27. Dunes of Tatooine (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 2:00
28. Rough Landing (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 3:03
29. Padmé Imprisoned (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 0:50
30. Dooku Speaks With Jabba (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 1:28
31. Fight to the End (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 3:59
32. End Credits (featuring The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra) 0:51

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Star Wars creator/producer George Lucas followed up his ambitious, if widely panned trilogy prequel with a distinctly less ambitious extension of the saga, a largely Japanimation-inspired feature that essentially bridges an earlier animated series with its new Cartoon Network incarnation. And while SW purists are likely still debating the project’s narrative and design merits somewhere in cyberspace, TV veteran Kevin Kiner’s musical score deserves credit for not only interpolating a few of John Williams’ evergreen themes in fresh new ways, but infusing their Hollywood Golden Age swashbuckling sensibilities with some refreshing contemporary flourishes. Kiner infuses his orchestral score with dollops of driving rock and organic, ethnic modalities that parallel Bear McCreary’s innovative work on the new Battlestar Galactica, some feverish percussion and synth landscapes, and even brief flourishes of ‘50s jazz. However mixed the blessings of Lucas’ Star Wars empire have become in recent years, its music remains arguably its most consistently rewarding element.