21 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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1:22
1:09
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3:10
1:56
2:36
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2:05
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Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5

13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Yes! :D

TorchbearerSonofNone

My new favorite soundtrack according to Star Trek. I love it!
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Absolutely Perfect!!

Jed

This may be my first review on iTunes. This Star Trek Discovery soundtrack was a must have since the show first debuted back in September 2017. Hopefully, there may be a second chapter rounding out the last few episodes of the season.
#LLAP

The Best "Trek" Since Goldsmith

SuperMike1991

I admit that I had doubts about Jeff Russo when he was announced to be the composer for "Star Trek: Discovery." However, upon hearing his opening theme, which integrates the original fanfare by Alexander Courage, it seems that judgement was incorrect. May his compositions allow Gene Roddenberry's vision, musically, continue to "live long and prosper."

About Jeff Russo

Jeff Russo began his career with Los Angeles-based adult alternative rockers Tonic. Russo moved to L.A. in 1990 and formed Tonic with his friend Emerson Hart. They had a hit right out of the box with 1996's Lemon Parade, which spawned the irrepressible singles "If You Could Only See" and "Open Up Your Eyes." Parade went platinum and set up the release of 1999's Sugar. Tonic's third album, 2002's Head on Straight, received two Grammy nominations. The band was a great showcase for Russo's guitar work and songwriting, but by 2004 he was branching out. With work continuing on his solo album -- which he was writing and playing in its entirety -- the multifaceted Russo wrote a ballet, wrote music for commercials, and got involved in producing. ~ Johnny Loftus

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