When TV station Channel4 broadcast "The Prisoner" in the winter of 1983/84, the ultimate episode,"Fall Out, was eagerly anticipated. Since I didn't have a VHS recorder, I recorded the soundtrack of "Fall Out" to audio cassette. I listened to that tape many times until some of the music cues became embedded in my mind. I recently purchased "The Prisoner" on Blu-ray and read the included book, written by Andrew Pixley, which details every music cue used in each episode and in which scenes it was used. So I was able to find out that some of my favourite tracks had titles like "Rag March", "September Ballad" & "Lunar Landscapes". The final two episodes produced for the series ("Girl who was Death" & "Fall Out") made extensive use of music cues and these make up the bulk of the most interesting cues here. The complete opening title theme is also included. The sound quality of the cues is good and sound much better than they do in the actual soundtracks. However, many are clichéd and very much of their period. But it is a good collection and the included liner notes are attractive and informative. Recommended for Prisoner addicts who must have everything associated with the series.