Doctor Who - Series 7 (Original Television Soundtrack)
 
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Doctor Who - Series 7 (Original Television Soundtrack)

9 Sep 2013

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  Song Title
Time
Popularity  
1
They Are Everywhere
3:12
2
Save Us
0:51
3
Dalek Parliament
2:02
4
Oswin Oswald
1:03
5
Towards the Asylum
2:25
6
A Probe in the Snow
1:55
7
Amy and Rory Together
1:50
8
The Terrible Truth
3:25
9
Dinosaurs on a Spaceship / Pterodactyls
1:44
10
Brian
1:20
11
Take a Ride on Tricey
2:02
12
Make Peace
0:52
13
Welcome to Mercy
1:45
14
Out West
3:35
15
Gunslingers
1:07
16
The Salvation of Kahler Jex
2:20
17
Our Little Town's Prosecutor
1:39
18
Cubes
0:44
19
While We Waited
2:12
20
Brian's Log
0:55
21
New York New York
1:50
22
I Am You
3:25
23
Melody Malone
1:50
24
Little Angels
2:37
25
My Husband's Home
2:43
26
Hide the Damage
2:19
27
Almost the End
1:20
28
Together or Not at All - The Song of Amy and Rory
3:16
29
Goodbye Pond
2:50
30
Cumbria 1207
1:35
31
Monking About
0:44
32
Spoonheads
2:09
33
Clara?
3:24
34
A Turbulent Flight
2:13
35
Bah Bah Biker
0:42
36
Up the Shard
3:04
37
I Might Change My Mind
2:45
Disc 2
1
The Leaf
2:56
2
Something Awesome
1:24
3
Market Day
1:34
4
Merry Gejelh
2:35
5
God of Akhaten
3:45
6
The Speeder
0:53
7
Never Wake
1:01
8
The Long Song
3:38
9
Infinite Potential
2:06
10
Always You, Never a Replacement
1:58
11
Cold War
3:59
12
Skaldak
2:44
13
I Am a Ghost
1:50
14
A Machine That Makes Machines
3:34
15
Crimson Horror
1:05
16
Sweetville
1:18
17
Thomas Thomas
1:20
18
Hedgewick's World
1:37
19
Tiberian Spiral Galaxy
0:53
20
Upgrade in Progress
0:39
21
The Dream of Cyberia
1:09
22
What a Brain
0:54
23
Can't Win
0:33
24
Your Orders Come from Me
0:47
25
Other Good News
0:40
26
The Impossible Girl
2:33
27
Cyber Army
0:53
28
The Emperor's Wife
3:10
29
Some Wednesday
0:49
30
To Save the Doctor
1:28
31
A Letter to Clara
1:22
32
What Is His Name?
1:59
33
A Secret He Will Take to His Grave
2:41
34
Trenzalore
2:22
35
I Am Information
1:27
36
Pain Everlasting
2:22
37
Remember Me
3:04


Product details

  • Original Release Date: 9 Sep 2013
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Silva Screen Records
  • Copyright: (c) 2013 BBC Worldwide Ltd under exclusive licence to Silva Screen Records Ltd.
  • Total Length: 2:24:46
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  • ASIN: B00EDRUYK2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,819 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Gold is Gold 9 Sep 2013
By Ali Bongo VINE VOICE
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It is always an agonising wait for anything Murray Gold does in my opinion. Once that music has reached your heart and made scenes not just memorable but iconic, you are left hankering for the soundtrack to be released. In this case, for series 7, it has been the longest wait of all; over a year since the series began. Almost two if you count The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe, which has no soundtrack of its own and does not appear on this CD, despite its inclusion on the 7th series DVD.

Briefly touching on key tracks, this album is a mixture of uplifting, poignant, heartbreaking and ghostly melodies, some of which pick up on old themes (This Is Gallifrey/A Secret He Will Take To His Grave). The Ponds' departure in The Angels Take Manhattan is one of the most powerful moments of the series and so far in Moffat's reign. Together Or Not At All is a punch in the gut, with Goodbye Pond leaving you no time to recover. Clara's theme is at once playful and moving; perfectly capturing her wide-eyed innocence, courage and curiosity.

Trenzalore is something darker and heavier, a real sense of requiem and age as we delve into the past and conscience of the Doctor towards the end of the album/series.

God of Akhaten and The Long Song from The Rings of Akhaten may not be to everyone's taste given their choral nature, rather hymn like, featuring a child's (wonderful) voice, but I believe Gold has created something stirring and unforgettable. It reminds me of Journey's End's Song of Freedom (series 4 soundtrack).

I also recommend Cold War; it's chilling, and I couldn't get around that being a pun!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
By L. Hubbard TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
The soundtrack to Doctor Who Series 7 is here, and what a corker it is. Soundtrack label Silva Screen have once again released an exceptional album, and this ranks amounst the best, if not the best release to date of Murray Gold's material. There's 74 tracks on the album spread over nearly two and half hours so I won't go into every track. In fact, whilst I was listening to the album, I'm not sure it would be appropriate to think about it on a track by track basis. It's difficult to describe, but this album does take you on a journey (I hate that expression because it is horribly cliché) but it is true. All the themes and best music from the past few series are on the album, and there's the new material for Clara. There's music from all the episodes of Series 7 (apart from the Christmas special). Stylistically it is diverse, and ranges from quiet piano, to strings brass and choir. Almost every mood is encapsulated across the album.

There's some nice references to previous themes - "A Secret He Will Take To His Grave" (Track 33, CD2) contains a slow version of fan favourite "This is Gallifrey" from the soundtrack to Series 3. There's also references to the Cybermen theme, the Doctor's theme, the Ponds, Clara, the list goes on. The thing that I got from the album was how many themes there are - it's staggering, and the way Gold weaves them around across tracks is masterful.

The soundtrack is well mixed and sounds good to me - a previous reviewer commented that some tracks were too quiet. This is partly true - Goodbye Pond (Track 20, CD1) is one of my favourites on the album. It starts off with some quiet string writing, but in the second half once the brass kicks in the volume ramps up. This is an absolute corker and really is one of the highlights of the album.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
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Brash, discordant, stirring, heart-wrenching, tear-jerking and as quirky as Doris Day 'sickly-sweet' rom-com saturated with painful truths and comic observation sums ups Murray Gold's original television soundtrack for DOCTOR WHO SERIES 7, and it's regally glorious, regaining lost ground that he'd abandoned in his previous two series' soundtracks.

And if this was his series' 'swan-song' it will prove that he has served the DOCTOR WHO brand with energy, dignity and pure creativity. "He who outlives this day and comes safe home shall stand a-tiptoe when this day is named". (Terrance Dicks, 1980)

Undoubtedly, Silva Screen's two-disc release of SERIES 7 OST is an aural armoured battalion (supported in the ranks by Ben Foster and the BBC Orchestra of Wales) that delivers an uncompromising salvo that resulting in an onslaught that for the unwary listener could be overwhelming, however he delivers a lyrical narrative that mirrors the on-screen action with a deftness of precision that cossets and reassures throughout, and as the soul & humanity of the series has changed for this 13-episode series so has Gold's modus operandi.

With this release, have we seen Gold's zenith in terms of orchestral constructivism, and we shouldn't be too disappointed if he departs for the more financially lucrative and creatively broader requirement of Hollywood's demanding motion picture landscape.

Eclectic, MAKE PEACE (Disc 1, track 12) is truly outstanding as it remains founded in the DOCTOR WHO branding but embraces a channeling of George Harrison (THE BEATLES), and an appreciative & effectionate plagiarism of feature film composers, Aldred Newman and Dimitri Tiomkin to deliver a rousing punctuation for A TOWN CALLED MERCY.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Murray Gold is amazing
Murray Gold is an absolute legend! I love the way Murray captures the emotion in his music. You cant help but feel moved listening to this
Published 14 days ago by Flappy Face
5.0 out of 5 stars brillant
murray has to be one of the risimg stars of the music world his music is very popular very good
Published 1 month ago by g white film buff
5.0 out of 5 stars Some great stuff
Some of this is pretty different, Murray could definitely be doing a worse job with these soundtracks. Great brass from the orchestra, WOW.
Published 1 month ago by A human
5.0 out of 5 stars Sublime
Beautiful, beautiful music by Murray Gold. Was privileged to see the Doctor Who Prom last year where the main themes from Series 7 were played, so this was an must-purchase after... Read more
Published 2 months ago by Lorna
5.0 out of 5 stars Brill
Very good brought for my other half and is for ever on in the background definitely a must for any doctor who fan
Published 2 months ago by Matt
5.0 out of 5 stars Spendid
Good value for money you get loads of tracks good as background music while you do your housework, if I cannot watch Doctor Who at any time this is the next best thing
Published 2 months ago by Dawn Harvey
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant
I have all of the doctor who series soundtracks now, this is a great addition to the collection. They just get better every year!
Published 2 months ago by Andrew MacKenzie
5.0 out of 5 stars Dr Who
I love Dr Who and have been watching it since it first came on screen . The music has got better and better with each series and very enjoyable to listen to it .
Published 4 months ago by Mr Angelo Athaide
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful soundtrack!
Beautiful soundtrack! So many favorites, and new music worth listening to again and again ... wonderful music to play in the background of work ,as well.
Published 5 months ago by Lothlorien Knitter
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic
A lot of good tracks, and very inspiring. But as with the other soundtrack CDs like Series 1& 2, 4, 5, had the doctor who theme. Read more
Published 5 months ago by Laurence Neave
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