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Name: INTRADA
Number: INTISC278

DEEP RISING (CD)
Composed by: Jerry Goldsmith

Premiere release of complete original 1998 soundtrack by Jerry Goldsmith for Stephen Sommers underwater monster picture starring Treat Williams, Famke Janssen, Wes Studi, Djimon Hounsou. Paraphrasing composer: picture had elements of fun but was too graphic for adventure-style music in vein of King Solomon's Mines or the Indiana Jones movies. It had elements of suspense but where Alien relied heavily on sustained scary mood with just short bursts of violence, Deep Rising went full bore with intense action throughout. Therefore, the final score plays for hardcore action emphasising the violent monster attacks. Fans of Goldsmith reap the benefits! Resulting music has ample suspenseful sequences but puts spotlight on aggressive action. While composer's trademark keyboards play role throughout, this time Goldsmith emphasizes large orchestral pallette, elevates brass section to prima donna status, giving trumpets, French horns, trombones and tuba all manner of virtuoso ideas. Even primary "Ottoio" theme, written for gruesome monster of the same name, is usually heard in massive, unison low brass fortissimos. Powerful idea! Hollywood label issued relatively brief 33-minute disc at time of movie's original 1998 release. Intrada now releases the other half of this hour-long score! Many new cues appear but special nod goes to climactic "Not Every Day", where monster is fully revealed, inexplicably missing from original album. Here Goldsmith takes command with his signature brass-driven ostinato writing in dynamic fashion. Great cue! Also included is unused opening sequence as originally scored by composer plus subsequent re-scored version used in final production. Bruce Botnick goes back to Disney's 48-track digital session elements, which he himself recorded with Goldsmith, newly mastering entire CD in vibrant stereo sound! Exciting package prepared by Joe Sikoryak offers flipper cover with choice of artwork plus detailed notes by Jeff Bond. Jerry Goldsmith conducts. Intrada Special Collection release available while quantities and interest remain! - INTRADA

01. Underwater Grave–The Saipan (2:11) 02. The Screen–The Ship (1:33) 03. Wallet Overboard (1:02) 04. The Crates (1:36) 05. Mexican Standoff (1:06) 06. The Necklace (0:47) 07. No Gentleman (0:30) 08. The Torpedo–Lost Communication–The Intruder* (3:20) 09. Pit Stop (0:42) 10. Collision Course (1:15) 11. Boarding The Ship (3:47) 12. Empty Ship (1:54) 13. Wet Repairs (3:41) 14. Stay Close (3:03) 15. On The Road–Dragged Under (1:24) 16. Free Fall– Muscles (2:25) 17. Let’s Make A Deal (4:24) 18. The Ottoio (1:00) 19. Surfing (1:09) 20. Loose Arm (1:17) 21. I’m Out Of Here (1:32) 22. A Fish Story–The Shadow (1:41) 23. Lurking Monster (2:46) 24. Wall Of Water (3:21) 25. Last Meal (1:35) 26. Where Are The Keys (0:37) 27. Leila’s Gone (1:42) 28. The Flare Gun (1:15) 29. Not Too Fast (0:37) 30. Not Every Day (1:53) 31. The Shirt (1:17) 32. E Ride (3:39) 33. Hang On–End Title* (2:55)

The Extras * Not Featured In Film

Total Disc Time: 1:07:43

  
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