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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | February 29, 2024 |

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  • 1.  	Main Title (02:00) From Battle Beyond the Stars 2.  	Malmori Rear Guard (03:52) From Battle Beyond the Stars 3.  	The Battle Begins (04:33) From Battle Beyond the Stars 4.  	Nanelia And Shad (01:27) From Battle Beyond the Stars 5.  	Cowboy and The Jackers (03:36) From Battle Beyond the Stars 6.  	Nanelia's Capture (01:29) From Battle Beyond the Stars 7.  	The Maze Battle (03:11) From Battle Beyond the Stars 8.  	Shad's Persuit (03:23) From Battle Beyond the Stars 9.  	Cowboy's Attack (01:45) From Battle Beyond the Stars 10.  	Love Theme (03:52) From Battle Beyond the Stars 11.  	The Hunter (01:40) From Battle Beyond the Stars 12.  	Gelt's Death (01:30) From Battle Beyond the Stars 13.  	Nanelia (01:32) From Battle Beyond the Stars 14.  	Heading For Sador (00:59) From Battle Beyond the Stars 15.  	Destruction Of Hammerhead (02:36) From Battle Beyond the Stars 16.  	Epilogue / End Title (05:03) From Battle Beyond the Stars 17.  	Main Title (02:27) From Humanoids from the Deep 18.  	The Buck-0 (03:45) From Humanoids from the Deep 19.  	Unwelcome Visitor (02:02) From Humanoids from the Deep 20.  	Night Swim (01:48) From Humanoids from the Deep 21.  	Jerry And Peggy (00:57) From Humanoids from the Deep 22.  	Trip Upriver (01:58) From Humonoids from the Deep 23.  	The Humanoids Attack (02:54) From Humanoids from the Deep 24.  	Jerry's Death (02:04) From Humanoids from the Deep 25.  	Search For Clues (01:56) From Humanoids from the Deep 26.  	Strange Catch (01:07) From Humanoids from the Deep 27.  	The Grotto (03:22) From Humanoids from the Deep 28.  	Night Prowlers (02:08) From Humanoids from the Deep 29.  	Final Confrontation (03:04) From Humanoids from the Deep 30.  	Aftermath and New Birth (02:22) From Humanoids from the Deep 31.  	End Title (02:12) From Humanoids from the Deep

    1.  	Main Title (01:59) 2.  	Malmori Rear Guard (03:46) 3.  	Love Theme (03:48) 4.  	Cowboy and the Jackers (03:30) 5.  	Nanelia's Capture (01:24) 6.  	The Hunter (01:35) 7.  	Nanelia (01:28) 8.  	The Battle Begins (04:28) 9.  	The Maze Battle (03:06) 10.  	Gelt's Death (01:25) 11.  	Nanelia and Shad (01:23) 12.  	Heading for Sador (00:55) 13.  	Cowboy's Attack (01:42) 14.  	Shad's Pursuit (03:18) 15.  	Destruction of Hammerhead (03:35) 16.  	Epilogue and End Title (04:58) Total Album Duration: 42:20  BONUS TRACKS: 17.  	Gelt's Chamber (01:30) Music composed by Alan Howarth  BATTLE BEYOND THE STARS - SOUND EFFECTS LIBRARY Created and produced by Alan Howarth 18.  	Command Ship Radio Chatter (04:17) 19.  	Drone Chatter #1 (00:06) 20.  	Drone Chatter #2 (00:06) 21.  	Drone Chatter #3 (00:06) 22.  	Drone Chatter #4 (00:06) 23.  	Drone Chatter #6 (00:07) 24.  	Drone Chatter #7 (00:06) 25.  	Drone Chatter #8 (00:08) 26.  	Drone Chatter #9 (00:06) 27.  	Drone Chatter #10 (00:14) 28.  	Drone Chatter #11 (00:15) 29.  	Drone Chatter #12 (00:13) 30.  	Drone Chatter #13 (00:08) 31.  	Drone Chatter #14 (00:07) 32.  	Laser Artillery #1 (00:13) 33.  	Laser Artillery #2 (00:47) 34.  	Laser Artillery #3 (00:23) 35.  	Laser Artillery #4 (00:13) 36.  	Stereo Fly-Bys (00:40) 37.  	Pass-Bys with Vocoder (00:26) 38.  	Hammerhead Low Rumble (01:30) 39.  	Nell Cave Launch - 1st Stage (00:42) 40.  	Nell Cave Launch - 2nd Stage (00:45) 41.  	Nell Cave Launch - 3rd Stage (00:50) 42.  	Nell Fly Away (00:35) 43.  	Nell Engine Build-Up (02:09) 44.  	Nell Exterior Fly-By (00:42) 45.  	Nell Maneuvering Thrusters (01:29) 46.  	Bad Guy Lasers (01:13) 47.  	Telemetry #1 (01:37) 48.  	Laser Blast (00:33) 49.  	Sonic Tank Short Blast (00:56) 50.  	Sonic Tank Long Blast (00:56) 51.  	Drone Chatter #5 (Long Live Lord Sador) (00:08) 52.  	Theme from BATTLE BEYOND THE STARS (04:04) Music Composed by James Horner Performed by the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Nic Raine Produced By James Fitzpatrick Courtesy of SILVA SCREEN RECORDS © 2011
    The other editions of Battle Beyond The Stars:
    – Rhino Movie Music RNSP 300
    Format : LP / Release Date: 1980

  • Music conducted by : David Newman
    Sound engineer : Christopher Banninger
    "Roger Corman  gave me my first big break in films, and I owe him a debt for that."
    James Horner – Interview of Randall D. Larson, Cinemascore 10, 1982.

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