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John Williams The Fury Expanded Soundtrack 2 CD Edition Released

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La-La Land Records, 20th Century Fox and Sony Music are proud to present the expanded and remastered 2-CD reissue of renowned composer John Williams‚ (JAWS, STAR WARS, SCHINDLER‚S LIST, LINCOLN) original motion picture score to the 1978 Twentieth Century Fox supernatural chiller THE FURY, starring Kirk Douglas, John Cassavetes and Amy Irving, and directed by Brian DePalma. One of John Williams‚ finest scores gets an upgrade from the previous Varese release, with a running time of more than an hour and fifty minutes and improved, stunning sound (especially on Disc 2, the original soundtrack album). Disc One contains the film score and bonus tracks, while Disc 2 houses the reamastered orginal soundtrack album. Produced by Nick Redman and Mike Matessino, produced for Sony Music by Didier C. Deutsch and mastered by Dan Hersch, this special limited edition of 3500 units features exclusive liner notes from film music writer Julie Kirgo. A must for all film music enthusiasts!

1 Main Title 2:06
2 Out of the Water :42
3 The Train Wreck :39
4 Thru the Alley :52
5 The Fog Scene 2:36
6 Hester's Theme & The House 2:23
7 For Gillian 1:51
8 Vision on the Stairs 3:41
9 Hester Eavesdropping 1:09
10 TV Surveillance 1:15
11 Gillian's Vision 4:23
12 The Conspiracy 1:25
13 Coming Down the Stairs 4:32
14 Death on a Carousel 2:29
15 Gillian's Escape 5:46
16 Remembering Robin 2:07
17 Before Dinner 1:09
18 Approaching the House 2:05
19 Lifting Susan 4:29
20 The Fall 1:15
21 Father Meets Son 4:06
22 Gillian's Power 1:41
23 End Cast 2:46
Bonus Tracks:
24 Chicago Street (source)* 1:41
25 More Bubble Gum (source)* 1:52
26 Hold You (source)* 1:50
27 I'm Tired (source)* 1:53
28 Wild ARPH :26
29 ARP ThemeH :42
30 Bed SceneH :27
31 Calliope Waltz* 1:35
32 Calliope Goes Wild /
Death on a Carousel* 1:57

1 Main Title 3:07
2 For Gillian 2:37
3 Vision on The Stairs 4:03
4 Hester's Theme and The House 4:28
5 Gillian's Escape 6:11
6 The Search for Robin 2:37
7 Gillian's Vision 3:56
8 Death on the Carousel and End Titles 8:20
9 Epilogue 4:37
Bonus Track:
10 Death on the Carousel
(original version) 2:47
* Previously Unreleased


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