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Star Trek Nemesis: The Deluxe Edition CD

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For fans waiting for Jerry Goldsmith‘s complete score from Star Trek: Nemesis, the wait is over.

Star Trek Nemesis: The Deluxe Edition is now available in a limited edition release of five thousand copies.

The CD includes source music, and a set of alternate cues and mixes. The list of music is as follows:

DISC ONE

  •   1. Remus* (2:01)
  •   2. The Box (2:21)
  •   3. My Right Arm (1:04)
  •   4. Star Field** / Positronic Signal (1:57)
  •   5. The Argo (1:17)
  •   6. Odds And Ends (4:39)
  •   7. Your Brother / Course Plotted** (2:07)
  •   8. Repairs** (6:27)
  •   9. The Knife (3:10)
  • 10. Perfect Timing / Allegiance (2:21)
  • 11. Secrets (1:28)
  • 12. The Mine (1:30)
  • 13. Ideals (2:16)
  • 14. Options (0:55)
  • 15. Bed Time / Transport (1:38)
  • 16. Blood Test (1:23)
  • 17. The Mirror (5:23)
  • 18. The Scorpion** (2:24)
  • 19. His Plans / Data & B-4 (2:39)
  • 20. Battle Stations** (2:40)
  • 21. Attack Pattern (2:22)
  • 22. The Invitation / True Nature / Let’s Go To Work (4:38)
  • 23. Lateral Run (3:55)
  • 24. The Viceroy (:20)

DISC TWO

  • 1. Engage (2:14)
  • 2. Full Reverse (1:41)
  • 3. Not Functional (2:54)
  • 4. Final Flight (3:49)
  • 5. Firing Sequence (:54)
  • 6. A New Friend (2:38)
  • 7. That Song** / An Honor (1:24)
  • 8. A New Ending*†** (8:30)

Source Music:

  •   9. Riker’s Strut #1 (Mike Lang) (1:07)
  • 10. Riker’s Strut #2 (Mike Lang) (1:09)
  • 11. Blue Skies† (Vocal By Brent Spiner) (3:17)
  • 12. Blue Skies† (Instrumental) (2:37)

Additional Music:

  • 13. Secrets (Alternate Mix) (1:29)
  • 14. The Mine (Alternate) (1:33)
  • 15. Options (Alternate) (:57)
  • 16. Options (Alternate Mix) (:58)
  • 17. Data & B-4 (Alternate) (1:39)
  • 18. Battle Stations** (Alternate Mix) (2:44)
  • 19. Attack Pattern (Alternate Mix) (2:24)
  • 20. True Nature (Alternate Mix) (1:30)
  • 21. A New Ending*†** (Alternate) (6:11)
  • 22. Director And Composer (2:35)

Star Trek Nemesis: The Deluxe Edition CD will sell for $24.98 and can be ordered here.

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9 thoughts on “Star Trek Nemesis: The Deluxe Edition CD

  1. The ONLY good thing about this dud of a Star Trek film. The late Jerry Goldsmith’s soundtrack.

  2. Why does this movie get so much hate? Do Trek fans just love to constantly hate on everything at this point?

    Insurrection and Nemesis were both sub-par trek movies.. But they were servicable and not crimes against humanity.

  3. Not all fans love to hate on the episodes/movie they don’t like, but it seems the most negative ones are the most likely to comment. I liked Nemesis. Obviously not one of the best films by any means but I still enjoyed it.

  4. I enjoyed Nemesis. In fact, I’d go so far as to say it’s grown on me over time. I admit there were a few things I’d change if I was making the film, but it was a good movie.

  5. I thought Nemesis was a swing and a miss rather than a total pooch screw. It had a lot of good aspects to counterbalance the cringeworthy parts. Overall it came off as alright, though it could have been better without much more effort, but all involved were clearly preoccupied with mugging for the camera.
    Insurrection however… is just inexplicable. It’s a mediocre two-part TNG episode padded out with… singing? More ego indulgence. This should not have been a film and the fact that it was just shows how dry the creativity well had gotten.

  6. We’re on the same page with Nemesis. I was fairly young when it came out and immediately loved it just because I grew up watching TNG. I’ve since realized it’s not one of the better Trek movies but I thought the story was ineresting and the ending has an emotional impact (whether or not it was necessary).

  7. The problems with Insurrection and Nemesis, from what I can tell, are the following two things.

    1. Insurrection was essentially a NG version of TOS episode The Omega Glory, with a little bit of the NG episode Journey’s End thrown in the mix of things.
    2. Nemesis was essentially the NG versions of two of the best movies of TOS – The Wrath Of Khan and The Undiscovered Country.

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