Bill McGuffie's wonderful music from 'Daleks: Invasion Earth 2150AD' has been finally been released on CD, after a short delay of only 42 years. Sadly, the original music from this film has been lost, so what we get does have overlaid sound effects in places (although not speech, thankfully).
My only real gripe is that one of the best bits - where the Dalek rises out of the thames and the Robomen take the Doctor and Bernard Cribbins prisoner - is missing! Surely that could have been included?
I haven't actually listened to the music from the first film, because I remember it being very dreary, but this CD/download is worth it if you appreciated the funky jazz sounds from the second, superior film.
Trivia: Bill McGuffie, an accomplished pianist, lost a finger after getting it caught in the door of a phonebox.