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ROBOTECH: 20th Anniversary Soundtrack [Soundtrack, Extra tracks]

Ulpio Minucci , Arlon Ober , Michael Bradley , Reba West , Joanne Harris Audio CD
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 1, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2006
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Soundtrack, Extra tracks
  • Label: Harmony Gold Music
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,704 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Main Title (1:33) Ulpio Minucci
2. Macross City (1:32) Ulpio Minucci
3. The Mysterious Ship (1:25) Ulpio Minucci & Arlon Ober
4. The Zentraedi (1:37) Arlon Ober
5. Confrontation (1:08) Ulpio Minucci & Arlon Ober
6. Musica's Theme (2:44) Arlon Ober
7. The Way To Love (1:55) Ulpio Minucci & Marcia Woods
8. Boobytrap (2:58) Arlon Ober
9. Biomechanical Theme (0:39) Arlon Ober
10. Ineptitude (1:17) Arlon Ober
See all 46 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. My Time To Be A Star (1:02) Performed by Roba West
2. The Man In My Life (1:23) Performed by Roba West
3. To Be In Love (1:45) Performed by Roba West
4. It's You (2:14) Performed by Roba West
5. The Right Move Performed by Roba West
6. We Wil Win (4:01) Performed by Roba West
7. Lifeline -Performed by Joanne Harris
8. In My Heart (4:24) Performed by Three Dog Night
9. Underground (4:27) Performed by Michael Bradley & Joanne Harris
10. Saved By Science (4:41) Performed by Joanne Harris
See all 27 tracks on this disc

Editorial Reviews

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This 20th Anniversary Edition of Robotech's original soundtrack includes TWO discs that have been updated to include over TWO AND A HALF HOURS of music. This highly-anticipated update of the popular soundtrack from the original television series includes new music that has never before been released! Tracks that were previously believed to be lost were recovered during the production of Robotech Remastered. These new tracks (and a number of the classic tracks) have undergone digital restoration to ensure the best listening experience! Featuring TWO discs filled to capacity with over TWO AND A HALF HOURS of music, this new album contains the most comprehensive collection to date of the unforgettable musical score by composers Ulpio Minucci, Arlon Ober and Michael Bradley along with vocal favorites and special tracks from Robotech: The Sentinels and more!

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Yes, this is what you want. April 25, 2008
First of all, remember what the purpose of a soundtrack compilation is. You are so hard-core into the movie or TV show, or the music is so superb (as with John Williams, etc.) that you get the CD as part of the macro-entertainment experience.

A soundtrack is not like a conventional album. There is no concept, leitmotifs, one-hit wonders, and so forth. So keep that in mind when you picking and choosing to buy this. Disc one is the instrumental half, with that subconscious background music that is both wonderful and familiar.

Most of these tracks are short--for example track 24 "Eyecatch" used in the commercial breaks. Some are longer. But do not expect Handel - Messiah - Mormon Tabernacle. The music exists to meet the needs of the TV show.

Disc 2 is a more conventional album, with Minmei and Yellow Dancer, plus other odds and ends from ROBOTECH II. You'll need the Robotech - Protoculture Collection to see the aborted series.

(Parenthetically, you could bring disc 2 to your next 80s-Retro party. The music is a good sample of mid-80s synth-pop and rock. Much better than that Milli Vanilli nonsense! How can they call this junk music? Or, how seeing Milli Vanilli in concert made me feel ready for the geriatric ward.: An article from: Music Trades)

In the ROBOTECHverse, music is an undergirding concept. It is Minmei's music that inspires the RDF, and eventually turns the Zentraedi into civilized beings. At the end of the saga, Yellow Dancer performs a similar role as morale-builder.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Robotech Soundtrack October 8, 2010
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This Soundtrack is an excellent choice, therefore it is a must have for any Robotech fan. I was so pleased to hear the new tracks therefore I give it 5 stars all the way.

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