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On July 29th, La-La-Land Records will release a slightly expanded version of the score from the first X-Files movie:

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This special limited edition release features much improved sound and contains some music not previously released. Also, the incorrectly reversed stereo channels on the original soundtrack release have been corrected here. Produced by Mark Snow and Nick Redman, and mastered by Mike Matessino, this exciting release also contains exclusive liners by writer Julie Kirgo and an updated print interview with Snow conducted by film music writer Randall D. Larson.

The soundtrack will be available through La-La Land Records website and other online soundtrack boutiques; only 3000 copies were produced in this limited edition, and it will be sold at a retail price of $19.98.


TRACK LISTING:

01) Threnody in “X” 3:18
02) B.C. Blood 2:28
03) Goop 4:20
04) Soda Pop 4:46
05) Quitting* :53
06) Already Dead 1:43
07) Cave Base 1:32
08) Remnants 2:13
09) Plague 3:24
10) Fossil Swings :59
11) Goodbye Bronschweig 2:41
12) A Call to Arms :59
13) Elders / Crossroads* 2:35
14) Corn Hives 3:06
15) Corn Copters 2:36
16) Out of Luck 1:01
17) Stung Kissing / Cargo Hold 4:13
18) Come and Gone 5:29
19) Trust No One 2:53
20) Ice Base 1:35
21) Space Hole* 2:14
22) Mind Games 3:53
23) Nightmare 2:45
24) Pod Monster Suite 5:23
25) Crater Hug 2:04
26) Facts 2:35

Additional Music
27) Plague (alternate segment)* 1:29
28) Crossroads (album version) 2:20

Total Time: 75:48

* Previously Unreleased

Source: XFilesnews.com

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On July 29th, La-La-Land Records will release a slightly expanded version of the score from the first X-Files movie: Source: XFilesnews.com

Alexander did another great job for us at The X-Files Lexicon, glad that he could help us! -Matt

Thanks for the info Alex.

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You're welcome. :)

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Additional information (the alternate cue of escaping the alien ship, was not addressed):

Some information of missing score:

For your X-scholars out there:

Working on this, we did find some unused tracks (not in final film)

5m4 Roadside Memorial - 1:36
6m1a Man in the Shadows - 0:36

The track “Remants” comes between these two cues.

At the request of the composer, these tracks were cut from this final release.

These are the tracks that ARE in the film, but could not be located for this release...

2m2 Rooftops - :26

3m2 Hole in the Wall - :27

10m1 Bee Collar - :10

15m1 Smoking Telegram - 2:57

As stated before, the only REAL heartbreaker here is "Smoking Telegram"

MV

As for "Smoking Telegra":
(here's the cue ripped from DVD: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uszYS6eBajk)

Initially there was NO music in that scene. Last minute, Carter asked Snow to compose something so they can slap it in the film. He went to his piano and hammered something out and sent it in. That story comes directly from Mr. Snow himself during a conversation I had with him many months ago. Of all people who is bummed it can't be found it's him.

Maybe one day it will turn up, but after spending nearly 2 years looking for it (even going through each of his personal DATS dated within a year of the film and tv scores) we had to end the search.

MV

And:

There will be signed copies.

It sounds bleepin amazing! The work that Mr Redman, Mike and Neil Bulk did on this is great! Julie's notes are sharp and informative...and Randall's 3 part section (3 different interviews conducted June 1997, May 1998 and April 2014) is fascinating to say the least.

And then you have Jim Titus art direction...

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Just had an email from LaLaLand Records as follows:-

THE X-FILES: FIGHT THE FUTURE: LIMITED EDITION

Limited Edition of 3000 Units

RETAIL PRICE: $19.98

STARTS SHIPPING JULY 29, 2014

RETAIL PRICE: $19.98

ORDER “THE X-FILES: FIGHT THE FUTURE: LIMITED EDITION” on 7/29 starting at 12pm (PST) at www.lalalandrecords.com and get your copy autographed by composer Mark Snow at no additional charge. NOTE: Autographs are available while supplies last and are NOT guaranteed. Only at http://www.lalalandrecords.com

La-La Land Records and 20th Century Fox present the remastered release of acclaimed composer Mark Snow’s (THE X-FILES, MILLENIUM, GHOST WHISPERER, BLUE BLOODS) original motion picture score to the 1998 motion picture THE X-FILES: FIGHT THE FUTURE, starring David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson and John Neville. Composer Snow launches the beloved television series, THE X-FILES onto the silver screen with an astounding score that retains the show’s already established sonic palette of atmospheric synths, while opening up its musical universe with the addition of a live orchestra. This special limited edition release features much improved sound and contains some music not previously released. Also, the incorrectly reversed stereo channels on the original soundtrack release have been corrected here. Produced by Mark Snow and Nick Redman, and mastered by Mike Matessino, this exciting release also contains exclusive liners by writer Julie Kirgo and an updated print interview with Snow conducted by film music writer Randall D. Larson. This is a limited edition on 3000 units.

TRACK LISTING:

1 Threnody in “X” 3:18

2 B.C. Blood 2:28

3 Goop 4:20

4 Soda Pop 4:46

5 Quitting* :53

6 Already Dead 1:43

7 Cave Base 1:32

8 Remnants 2:13

9 Plague 3:24

10 Fossil Swings :59

11 Goodbye Bronschweig 2:41

12 A Call to Arms :59

13 Elders / Crossroads* 2:35

14 Corn Hives 3:06

15 Corn Copters 2:36

16 Out of Luck 1:01

17 Stung Kissing / Cargo Hold 4:13

18 Come and Gone 5:29

19 Trust No One 2:53

20 Ice Base 1:35

21 Space Hole* 2:14

22 Mind Games 3:53

23 Nightmare 2:45

24 Pod Monster Suite 5:23

25 Crater Hug 2:04

26 Facts 2:35

Additional Music

27 Plague (alternate segment)* 1:29

28 Crossroads (album version) 2:20

Total Time: 75:48

* Previously Unreleased

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The autographed copies were sold out within ten minutes!

"We worry...we wait...who´s gonna see a different future?"
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Here is a little review I wrote for the "X-Files Lexicon".

http://www.x-fileslexicon.com/caseanalysis/FtFreissue.html

"We worry...we wait...who´s gonna see a different future?"
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Here is a little review I wrote for the "X-Files Lexicon".

http://www.x-fileslexicon.com/caseanalysis/FtFreissue.html

Excellent article, however, the video did not play, so I posted it here, in hopes it plays.

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"Time is too slow for those who wait; too swift for those who fear;

too long for  those who grieve; too short for those who rejoice.

But for those who love, time is eternity."

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Excellent article, however, the video did not play, so I posted it here, in hopes it plays.

Thanks. :)

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"Are you aware how often you use negative associated words?"
"No, I don´t neither."

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