21 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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4.0 out of 5
14 Ratings
14 Ratings
SquirrelSnuper

Noice

Noice

Echo7

Awful

I'm sorry, you call that a theme?!?! It's just a bunch of random notes making noise. This soundtrack it just as bad as the series is. Avoid this and the series. Stick to the Star Trek before this crap - you know, when Star Trek was good and done correctly.

ginoc009

Main Title

While I like the instrumentation/arrangement, melodically the Main Title is on par with the old Star Trek Animated Series main title. It sounds like generic TV rip off music. Alexander Courage and the old Star Trek Composers came up with a wealth of hummable themes -- beyond the famous fanfare. Seems like a composer worth his/her salt would recognize that and use one of those.

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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