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Murray on Specials CD Release

Composer Murray Gold has let a note or two out about the upcoming release of Doctor Who Series 4 – The Specials album.

The album, covering all five of the special hour long episodes broadcast last year, will contain every track from each episode rather than a handful for each episode.

Previous releases from Silva Screen covered an entire series using tracks from each episode sparingly.

Gold commented:

“This time, we linger somewhat longer, and there’s perhaps more a sense of passage through the stories. In some ways, it’s a more conventional soundtrack, with less zipping about through styles. We could have compressed everything onto a single disc, but Silva Screen offered to put out a double. It seemed the better route.”

Disc one will contain every musical cue from The Next Doctor, The Planet of the Dead and The Waters of Mars while Disc two gets the whole of the musical roller-coaster of The End of Time to itself – including his most memorable, haunting cue “Wilf’s Wiggle”.

The double disc set is available from to pre-order from Amazon for only £11.99.

Doctor Who Series Four: The Specials will be released on the 20th September – and you can pre-order for just £11.99 from Amazon!

(Via Silva Screen Blog)


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