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GOLDSMITH,JERRY

Star Trek - Nemesis

GOLDSMITH,JERRY

Star Trek - Nemesis

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Genre: Soundtracks & Scores
Media Format: Compact Disk
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Release Date: 26-NOV-2002
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Not a fan of the Star Trek franchise, but the music is amazingNot a fan of the Star Trek franchise, but the music is amazing. Some of the music reminds me of Goldsmiths score for The Mummy.4Jerry Goldsmith never lets you down!In my opinion this is the best of Star Trek films although the box office did not agree. The music is sensational but of coarse Jerry Goldsmith never lets you down. His Romulan theme music is just as stirring as the theme for the Klingons in "Star Trek: The Motion Picture".5Not the best ST Soundtrack, but still good.The opening of "Remus" reminds me of the opening music from "The Bourne Identity"...every time I hear it, I think of Matt Damon floating in the water off the coast of Marseille, his scuba strobe flashing in the rain - until the strains of Alexander Courage's iconic Star Trek theme erupt. "Repairs" and "My Right Arm" are softer, lyrical selections, with "The Scorpion" a nice pulse-pounder.4Almost as good as Goldsmith's first foray into TREK!Jerry Goldsmith's score to "Star Trek: the Motion Picture" stands as a pinnacle in the annals of music for a science fiction epic. The composer's contribution to the latest installment in the long-running saga is a worthy addition to an already brilliant string of monumental scores.This disc offers the listener to fully appreciate the powerful themes that were overshadowed somewhat in the theater experience. A more militaristic score than his previous scores, "Nemesis" bombards and thrills the senses, befitting the confrontation between the valiant Enterprise crew and its latest enemy.The quality of SACD is definitely worth the extra expense and, like Trek, is a preview of things to come.For that, audiophiles can be most appreciative.4Star Trek Nemesis music scoreThis is one of Jerry Goldsmith's underrated music scores. His music for Star Trek Nemesis(2002) matches the dark, violent tone of the film. Jerry Goldsmith died in 2004. His son, musician Joel Goldsmith, died in 2012. Joel Goldsmith wrote music for Laserblast(1978), Stargate SG-1, Martial Law, and more. In 2002, the Star Trek franchise was very stale. Star Trek Nemesis was a critical and commercial flop. The TV show Star Trek Enterprise was cancelled in 2004. The Star Trek franchise found "new life" with J.J. Abrahms' Star Trek(2009). In Star Trek Nemesis, Shinzon(Tom Hardy) is a human clone of Jean Luc Picard(Patrick Stewart) raised by Remans. Shinzon and the Remans gain control of the Romulan Empire. They plan on destroying Earth and the United Federation of Planets. The story has a "yin/yang" theme. It also borrows some pages from Star Trek II The Wrath of Khan(1982) as well as bits and pieces of other Star Trek adventures. Many key scenes were cut from the theatrical version of the film. One scene explains why a Romulan bird is holding two planets in its talons. Goldsmith's music is dark and moody at times. There's tender music in the dramatic scenes. There's energetic music in the action scenes. In one scene, the USS Enterprise crashes into Shinzon's ship! In another scene, Data swims through space a la Starcrash(1978). The Star Trek Nemesis music score is solid work.4Dark and SentimentalJerry Goldsmith has now scored exactly half of the Star Trek films and each one is a treasure in itself. His latest effort, "Nemesis," builds nicely on themes established in "The Motion Picture," "The Final Frontier," "First Contact," and "Insurrection" and blends them into a dark and driving original score. I can not wait to hear how this score plays in the theatre.Goldsmith sets the audience up for a different listening experience in the first track by cleverly cutting off his familar arrangement of Alexander Courage's fanfare with the heavy "Remus" theme. Many of the tracks contain an almost military pulse to them (Think "Empire Strikes Back"), but there's also plenty of reflective sentiment here. Just listen to the tracks "My Right Arm," "Repairs," "Ideals" or "A New Friend." The classic main theme makes quite a few appearences, always a welcome touch.A nice highlight of the score is that Goldsmith has at long last managed to combine the orchesteral and electronic elements so that the electronic pulses don't overpower (As in "The Motion Picture") or seem out of place (As in "Insurrection"). Though the earlier tracks make the most use of the electronic instruments, the delicate balance is maintained throughout. Goldsmith seamlessly weaves the different sounds. The real treat of the album is the final track, "A New Ending." Begining with a lovely and simple qoute from Irving Berlin's famous "Blue Skies," a very traditonal orchestration of the main theme then bookends probably the best piece of music on the album. It is a beautiful new piece that closes the album nicely with a great sense of dignity...and perhaps (sadly) finality.If the album has any weakness it is that, like "Insurrection" before it, it is too brief. Though totally enjoyable as it is, I would have like to hear more of the lighter music. Only "My Right Arm" is a totaly quiet piece, but it's brief and is a reintroduction of a theme first established in "The Final Frontier." Still, if this turns out to be the last journey of the Next Generation crew, then Goldsmith has sent them out in stlye. However, if there are more journies to be had, I hope that Jerry Goldsmith goes along with them.5Five StarsGreat Surround music if you are a treky fane must have......5Star Trek Nemesis SACDI'm a big Star Trek fan, when I found out that there was a Star trek Nemesis SACD, I had to snag it right up. I listened to it the other day and loved it as much as my other Star Trek soundtracks. A must buy if your a audio head like me.5IMMERSIVE SCORE THAT HAS TO BE PLAYED - LOUD!Don't listen to the inexperienced reviews here. One of JG's best works! If you are a fan of the movie, this soundtrack is a real treat. My favorite tracks are: Track 3-My Right Arm, this short track speaks emotional volumes. Track 9-Scorpion, incredible, draws you right in, you can practically see the scene from the movie but this track HAS TO BE PLAYED LOUD. Track 11-Engage, another to be played loud. Track 12-Final Flight, you can almost see Data 'fly'. Track 14-New Ending, 'Blue Skies' intro fade into Trek theme is spectacular. I purchased the SACD for the extra $ and bought a SACD player just for this disc. WOW! - In 5.1 audio, you will be blown away, like nothing you've ever heard! Blast Track 9 and you'll see what I mean. MORE SACD RELEASES!!!5Good Moments, but not Wide Enough ScopeLike this film itself, the score is alright. It matches very well, and certain tracks that are most certainly worth it are: Remus & Final Flight. They are the best pieces. The rest compliment the mystery, intrigue, and hesitant emotional moments in the film. Best Star Trek score? No. But worthy? Yes. ~ T3
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