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Album Review

Like its predecessor, Greatest Science Fiction Hits, Vol. 3 is a collection of 13 familiar sci-fi themes from movies and TV, as arranged and performed by Neil Norman. While serious fans of the films will prefer the original soundtracks, these versions are pretty good and quite entertaining. Among the highlights on the disc are themes from "E.T.," "War of the Worlds," "Raiders of the Lost Ark," "Blade Runner," "Flash Gordon," "The "Thing," "Return of the Jedi," "The Prisoner," "UFO," "Space: 1999, Year II" and "Angry Red Planet."

Customer Reviews

Don't Bother - It's BAD

I bought the first two volumes on CD along time ago off of a bargain rack and was severely disappointed. Most of the tracks are TERRIBLE adaptions on some electro synthetic thingy. Search farther and find the originals or at least a decent version from the Boston or Cincinnation Pops orchestras!!!!

Please, Don't Do This To The Songs!

For a while, I wasn't even sure track 18 was "Return of the Jedi" from Star Wars. It sounds like a song you would find on a badly made Star Wars game for the original gameboy. I'm sorry; it just isn't well made.

eh...

not the best, not the worst. the best songs: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Blade Runner, and The Prisoner for most of these songs i recommend "The Science Fiction Album." better quality and it's on itunes.

Biography

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The head of production for the GNP/Crescendo label, and the son of label owner Gene Norman, Neil Norman has transformed his band, Neil Norman & His Cosmic Orchestra, into the world's leading authorities on science fiction-inspired music. Dressed in wild space-age clothing, the group, which features Norman on guitar and synthesizer, bassist J. Palmer, drummer Bart Robley, and ex-Tom Scott and Clark Terry keyboardist Bill Burchell, brings the full repertoire of sci-fi music to life. A session guitarist...
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