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Muppets From Space [Score] Soundtrack, Import


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1. Main Title/The Ark
2. Gonzo's Lament
3. Singer's Theme
4. Through The Stars
5. Fanatics For Aliens
6. Gonzo On TV
7. Muppet Labs
8. Piggy & The MIBs
9. Singer Turns The Screws
10. Rats In Prison
11. Muppet Infiltration
12. Porcine Wiles
13. Rescuing Gonzo
14. To The Beach
15. The Ships Arrive
16. Moment Of Glory
17. The Really Big Gun
18. Gonzo's Goodbye
19. Boldly Gone
20. Boldly Gone - The London Metropolitan Big Band

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Prepare to do a double take as you check to see what album you just started playing. "Main Title/The Ark" is serious sci-fi stuff--heavenly choir, huge crescendos and a theremin. This is no ordinary Muppets album. Right up to the most recent (Muppet Treasure Island), you'd have got what you'd expect--a song-full laugh-fest. Sharifi's score is by and large a straight-faced affair. With a couple of militaristic touches thrown in by Rupert Gregson-Williams (the excellent "Singer's Theme"), it's more like a movie trip on the Starship Enterprise. That's until "Fanatics for Aliens" introduces a lounge jazz mood replete with saxophone and moog synth to remind you that we're in the company of the kooky glove puppets after all. With "Piggy & the MIBs" there's a trace of Carter Burwell's Conspiracy Theory conveying the secret agency's cool, while "The Ship's Arrive" owes plenty to Alan Silvestri's The Abyss. These and a few other "homages" are the only cute aspects of an otherwise remarkably rousing score. --Paul Tonks

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