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Battlestar Galactica Season 2 Soundtrack, Import


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  • Audio CD (20 Jun. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack, Import
  • Label: La La Land
  • ASIN: B000FCUYKO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 66,797 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Colonial Anthem ('Theme From Battlestar Galactica')
2. Baltar's Dream
3. Escape From The Farm
4. A Promise To Return
5. Allegro
6. Martial Law
7. Standing In The Mud
8. Pegasus
9. Lords Of Kobol
10. Something Dark Is Coming
11. Scar
12. Epiphanies
13. Roslin And Adama
14. Gina Escapes
15. Dark Unions
16. The Cylon Prisioner
17. Prelude To War
18. Reuniting The Fleet
19. Roslin Confesses
20. One Year Later
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By TK-1308 VINE VOICE on 1 Sept. 2006
Format: Audio CD
It's not until you sit back and listen to this soundtrack that you realise just how much of the Battlestar world is created by the excellent work of Bear McCreary.

This CD comprises the bulk of the music from the second season and covers the essential elements that make up the core of the show.

Using a variety of instruments from many countries, McCreary once again delivers an orchestral soundstage that you'd only usually get in movies.

Now that we're in season two you can even begin to pick out the examples of leitmotif that have subtly laid in over the past year, especially for Starbuck, Admiral Adama and Number 6.

The music is moving (A Promise To Return), bombastic (Prelude To War - my personal favourite), sweeping (Allegro) and haunting (Baltar's Dream).

For fans of the classic series there is even a 'cover' of the 'Exploration' theme which has been remixed beautifully into the track Colonial Anthem from Final Cut.

All in all any fan of Battlestar Galactica, new or old, should own this soundtrack and for those out there who just like excellent music then it's a safe bet that you'll like this CD!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tanker Captain on 9 July 2006
Format: Audio CD
With the series being nothing short of awesome in both drama and sci-fi departments its fitting the soundtrack to such a series be just as awesome. Bear improves upon his season 1 themes with some truly brilliant composing to match all the scenes in the series. There is also a nice little reworking of the 70s battlestar theme in the form of the Colonial Anthem from the miniseries. My personal favourites include : Pegasus, Lords of Kobol, Roslin and Adama and last but by no means least Prelude to War a fantastic 8min+ track that represents the bulk of the action in season 2.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By doike on 15 Jun. 2006
Format: Audio CD
Battlestar's season 2 score is even better than the 1st season one. There is once again a really complex mixture of very different tunes. Pegassus theme is there and so are those other powerful themes (I still haven't decided if I prefer PRELUDE TO A WAR to ROSLIN AND ADAMA) and the old series theme that sounded during Final Cut is also there and it sounds superb.

It is a MUST for any BATTLESTAR fan, definitely
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Warren M. Fisher VINE VOICE on 2 Oct. 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
McCreary excels himself here, surpassing even his near flawless work on the first season. He still pays tribute to Galactica's established and Richard Gibbs's motifs and hallmarks (eastern modalities, ethnic instrumentation blending with orchestra and synths, pounding percussion and soaring sopranos), but what marks this score out as special is the full flowering of McCreary's own voice. His testosterone-fuelled take on Philip Glass minimalsim is beautiful to behold (Glass's Metamorphosis One featured early in the secon season in a nice tribute and nod from McCreary), indeed some of his beautiful scoring for strings would have done the old maestro himself proud.

Bear McCreary is a name to watch in the world of TV and film composing, his scoring lithe yet muscular, visceral yet emtionally thrilling, dark yet yearning and hopeful - he is indeed a young master of extraordinary talent.
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Format: Audio CD
Battlestar Galactica Season 2 Soundtrack - Bear McCreary.

My Review:

After the recent success of the show, Bear McCreary is making himself a household name, with more than one trick up his sleeve to get you into the swing of his matured and very prominently made tunes. He continues the sweeping multi-faceted talent of Richard Gibbs, who's music provided the style and overall ostentatious feel to the series. Bear McCreary gets really into it, adding and mixing constantly what feels right at that right moment, intricacies levelled throughout the entire album, adding true emotion, you may never catch the deepness of these songs the first time and they only get better with time; with clever cross-cut shots to coincide with his musical taste, drama and real build-up of tension unlike most shows these days.

The reason having the title of this review named 'Something Dark Is Coming' is because something dark looms on a precipice at the end of this season's finale. This song in particular stands out like the many others, all of which relax are carefully interwoven with the gorgeous cinematography of the shows excellence. High quality music, for high quality scenes and show. Some great tracks include, 'A Promise To Return', the considered flawless 'Prelude To War', the incandescent `Allegro' and`Baltar's Dream'. The 80's become almost reminiscent in this album, with tracks like `Gina's Escape' and `Something Dark Is Coming' reminding you of an 80's year type soundtrack you grew up on.

Verdict:

Some shows get it right, this happens to be one of them. The composer knows what he is doing and he will do more with it in time. This is but a glimpse of the extraordinary talent of Bear McCreary. 9.5/10.
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