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Lost in Space [Original Soundtrack]
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Album: Lost in Space [Original Soundtrack]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Lost in Space Theme - Apollo 440
2)    I'm Here...Another Planet - Juno Reactor/The Creatures
3)    Busy Child - The Crystal Method
4)    Bang On - Propellerheads
5)    Everybody Needs a 303 - Fatboy Slim
6)    Will & Penny's Theme - Apollo 440
7)    Song For Penny - Death in Vegas
8)    Lost in Space - Space
9)    Main Title
10)    Reprogram the Robot
11)    Launch, The
12)    Robot Attack, The
13)    Proteus, The
14)    Spiders Attack
15)    Jupiter Crashes
16)    Spider Smith
17)    Kill the Monster
18)    Portal, The
19)    Thru the Planet
 

Album: Lost in Space [Original Soundtrack]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Lost in Space Theme - Apollo 440
2)    I'm Here...Another Planet - Juno Reactor/The Creatures
3)    Busy Child - The Crystal Method
4)    Bang On - Propellerheads
5)    Everybody Needs a 303 - Fatboy Slim
6)    Will & Penny's Theme - Apollo 440
7)    Song For Penny - Death in Vegas
8)    Lost in Space - Space
9)    Main Title
10)    Reprogram the Robot
11)    Launch, The
12)    Robot Attack, The
13)    Proteus, The
14)    Spiders Attack
15)    Jupiter Crashes
16)    Spider Smith
17)    Kill the Monster
18)    Portal, The
19)    Thru the Planet
 
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  • Original score by Bruce Broughton.
  • This is a thoroughly listenable, upbeat and fun album. The record kicks off with Apollo Four Forty's updated, electronic version of the classic Lost In Space theme, which is reason enough to purchase it for fans of the TV series and movie. The remaining non-score tracks are slammin' dance songs with addictive beats. Two of electronica's finest are represented here with The Crystal Method and Fatboy Slim, so fans of the genre will not be disappointed. These are "phat" tunes meant to be played with the bass turned up for full effect! The second half of the album is a beautiful score composed by Bruce Broughton. It is compelling, vibrant and compares favorably to the work of John Williams or Jerry Goldsmith. This album is a wonderful representation of two musical styles, giving the listener more bang for the buck. Highly recommended.
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