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Star Trek (Music From the Motion Picture)

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Download links and information about Star Trek (Music From the Motion Picture) by Michael Giacchino. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 44:52 minutes.

Artist: Michael Giacchino
Release date: 2009
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 15
Duration: 44:52
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Star Trek (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 1:01
2. Nailin' the Kelvin (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 2:09
3. Labor of Love (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 2:51
4. Hella Bar Talk (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 1:55
5. Enterprising Young Men (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 2:39
6. Nero Sighted (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 3:23
7. Nice To Meld You (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 3:13
8. Run and Shoot Offense (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 2:04
9. Does It Still McFly? (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 2:03
10. Nero Death Experience (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 5:38
11. Nero Fiddles, Narada Burns (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 2:34
12. Back From Black (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 0:59
13. That New Car Smell (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 4:46
14. To Boldly Go (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 0:26
15. End Credits (featuring The Hollywood Studio Symphony, Tim Simonec) 9:11

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Composer Michael Giacchino (Alias, Lost, Mission: Impossible 3), no stranger to the hyper-adrenalized worlds conjured by director J.J. Abrams, decided to "boldly go where no man has gone before" for the 2009 reboot of one of the most beloved science fiction franchises in history. To be fair, Giacchino's wildly heroic re-imagining of the Star Trek universe cribs the occasional motif from Jerry Goldsmith's original score (the end credits majestically weave in the original Alexander Courage-penned television theme), but it's more of a tip of the hat than an act of submission. Like any sci-fi score worth its weight in collapsing stars, the 11th big-screen voyage of the Starship Enterprise is propelled by bold, brass-led melodies that echo the heydays of the great Hollywood Westerns, and Giacchino has crafted a memorable, classic (in the silver screen sense) rendering of that pioneering spirit. Stoic, regal, and undeniably fun, Giacchino's Star Trek is a worthy successor to one of the great space opera themes of the 20th century.