Giorgio Moroder ‎– Music From "Battlestar Galactica" And Other Original Compositions

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Casablanca ‎– NBLP 7126
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Partially Mixed
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A.1 Theme From "Battlestar Galactica" 2:39
A.2 Destruction Of Peace 2:41
A.3 Transmitter - Part I 1:27
A.4 Adama's Theme 1:25
A.5 It's Love, Love, Love
Written-By – John Tartaglia, Sue Collins
3:56
A.6 Transmitter - Part II 0:55
A.7 Exploration 2:33
A.8 Theme From "Battlestar Galactica" 0:40
B Evolution
Arranged By [Arrangements], Keyboards, Written-By – Giorgio MoroderGuitar – Guenter Moll*Programmed By [Synthesizer] – S. Wisnet*
15:18

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Recorded at Musicland Studios, Munich & Arco Studio
Mastered at Allen Zentz, Hollywood
© 1978 Casablanca Record and FilmWorks, Inc. ℗ 1978 Casablanca Record and FilmWorks, Inc.
Manufactured and distributed by Casablanca Record and FilmWorks, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Label): NBLP 7126 AS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Label): NBLP 7126 BS
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched A): NBLP-7126-AS P-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched B): NBLP-7126-BS P-1

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merlinstar14

merlinstar14

September 10, 2016
Evolution is an outstanding Moroder classic, filling every second of it's 15-odd minutes with exciting, electronic experiences. I thought this had been remixed for modern electronica fans, but it's the original mix with the trippiest bass lines and effects. It is actually a phenomena, how current this track sounds and could sit comfortably next to bands like Leftfield and FSOL as a mid-tempo electro-dub soundscape. Well worth checking out. It's also a bonus track on the 1979 re-released E=MC2 album on Repertoire. Remastered too.
chadergeist

chadergeist

July 27, 2016
Why is there a Harold Falt on the back cover and label? I only heard of a Harld Faltermeyer. Is this a typo? I never heard of a Harold Falt, only a Harold Faltermeyer.
rilu

rilu

May 18, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

The soundtrack side is just average disco with a few good bits. But Evolution on the flip side is the most bizarre scary disco you'll ever hear. Everything in it is just so perfect, the bassline, the passages. Brilliant!
telephase

telephase

November 28, 2004
edited over 12 years ago
The real cut on this record is "Evolution". Over 15 minutes of Giorgio Moroder goodness. Epic disco that avoids cliche's for the most part, and has a few instances of pure magic. Recommended.