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Star Wars: The Clone Wars Soundtrack


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Product Details

  • Composer: Kevin Kiner, John Williams
  • Audio CD (August 12, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Sony Classics
  • ASIN: B001BWQAN2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,801 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Star Wars Main Title & A Galaxy Divided
2. Admiral Yularen
3. Battle Of Christophsis
4. Meet Ahsoka
5. Obi-Wan To The Rescue
6. Sneaking Under The Shield
7. Jabba's Palace
8. Anakin vs. Dooku
9. Landing On Teth
10. Destroying The Shield
11. B'omarr Monastery
12. General Loathsom / Battle Strategy
13. The Shield
14. Battle Of Teth
15. Jedi Don't Run!
16. Obi-Wan's Negotiation
17. The Jedi Council
18. General Loathsom / Ahsoka
19. Jabba's Chamber Dance
20. Ziro Surrounded
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Editorial Reviews

The Soundtrack to the all-new animated Star Wars feature film. Composer Kevin Kiner has created a dynamic score for CLONE WARS which builds upon the classic themes created by John Williams. Contains an exclusive fold-out poster!

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The soundtrack is amazing.
Dan
Drums, reminincent of war drums used to call troops to battle, are strong & reverberant throughout much of the album.
The Mystic Eye Of The Hipster
A few tracks on this score are even reminiscent of some of John Williams' music for the Star Wars films.
Ian Pugh

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on September 12, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I'm a big fan of John Williams, and when I heard this, I knew I would be in for a few surprises. They were great surprises! Although this is different from what Star Wars fans have heard before, there are still traces of the original scores in this music, along with a few new surprises! I love this soundtrack, and reccommend it to other Star Wars fans!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Forrest Bezotte on July 18, 2009
Format: Audio CD
This soundtrack is about to rule over all Star Wars soundtracks! I love the new animated feature, I love the soundtrack! Keep it going Kevin Kiner! Keep it going!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ian Pugh on August 22, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I really enjoy this soundtrack. I bought it the day is came out. My first impression was that I liked it, especially the new, albeit, shorter version of the main theme. The more I listen to it, the more I love it, especially when the volume is turned up a bit. The overall style is a bit different than John Williams but it still feels like Star Wars to me, especially after viewing the film. There are a few tracks that have a little electric guitar. At first I was surprised to hear this but it's pretty cool, and I think it really works with the movie since it's animated and has a different feel than the other Star Wars movies (since it's going to be a tv series). The guitar soon blends in with the orchestra and subtle synthesizers.

A few tracks on this score are even reminiscent of some of John Williams' music for the Star Wars films. I think that "Admiral Yularen" really has the feel of some of the music from A New Hope's Tattooine scenes and a little of Cloud City. "Sneaking Under the Shield" to me is reminiscent of "The Trip to Naboo" from The Phantom Menace, and lastly, "Ziro Surrounded" reminds me of "Jango's Escape" from Attack of the Clones. Again, the more I listen to this score the more I love it. I'm huge fan of everything Star Wars, especially the music so I'm always craving any new material. I especially like the score to Knights of the Old Republic 2 by Mark Griskey. I'm glad that Lucasfilm and LucasArts are creating original music for their new titles instead of using the same old songs from the movies, like Star Wars games of the past.

Kevin Kiner uses some instruments that haven't really been used in Star Wars before. There's a lot of Middle Eastern inspired music for some of the Tattooine scenes as well as a good blend of synthesizers throughout.
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Don't be put off by a cartoon soundtrack-this is some seriously good road trip music. In keeping with the war theme this Star Wars soundtrack is much more martial while still borrowing heavily from the original John Williams soundtrack. Fans of the orchestral soundtrack found in the movies will not be disappointed by this offering: there is plenty of brass and drum to go around as well as a choir, a la the battle between Darth Maul and Qui Gon Jinn. World music and sitar like instrumentals are at home on this disc also. There is even some heavy metal inspired guitar backgrounds in one track.

Even though The Clone Wars is a cartoon, on a cartoon network, I do not believe it is really for children. The Clone Troopers swear, albeit mildly, and there are plenty of shots of them getting their heads cut off or having to be triaged and air lifted to the field hospital.

Hardcore fans of Star Wars should not be afraid of this soundtrack. I like it better than the soundtrack for 'The Phantom Menace'.
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The initial disappointment for this soundtrack comes from the poor choice of composer. I'm not saying the composer, Kevin Kiner, isn't good, but why choose him over John Williams, whose SW soundtracks are top-notch? Anyway, Kiner dumps most of John Williams' themes and creates a few of his own, which aren't too bad, though they're rarely played among the noise. (Ahsoka's theme isn't too bad, though) I know what I'm saying makes the soundtrack sound horrid, but if you're looking for some good, loud, workout music or something to get you fired up, I suggest that this soundtrack is for you! But if you're into calm music to listen to, I would suggest passing this one up. Not a SINLGE song here is calming, but I suppose that it matches the endless battle scenes in the movie. To sum it all up, Kevin Kiner did a good job on the score, but if you're used to incredibly stellar soundtracks like The Lord of the Rings or Star Wars, don't purchase this one.
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By Best Of All on November 22, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Composer Kevin Kiner acknowledges the past, but forges ahead in this new era for the franchise. With the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, Kiner ambitiously presents a solid soundtrack that spans 32 tracks and clocks in at nearly 70 minutes.

The Star Wars Movie Theme & A Galaxy Divided is a gaze to the incredible legacy of the Star Wars universe, but the craft then focuses on Asian-styled motifs, with longer tracks like Battle of Christophsis, Sneaking Under The Shield and B'omarr Monastery building intriguing soundscapes. The pair of numbers - General Loathsom/Battle Strategy, Ahsoka - creatively tell a story.

End Credits places the finishing touches on a foundation that has been set musically to explore fascinating avenues as the animated series moves forward.
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When I went to see the new SW animated motion picture, I was afraid of the music, because for the first time a star wars film on screen will be witouth John Williams, but I really was delighted after the first 5 minutes. It's a brand new music with tunes from the classic trilogy, and it's a great work of Kevin Kiner (which honestly I haven't heard any of his previous work before) I think that Mr. Kiner captured the essence of the music and bring all new rythms to our favorite galaxy. One of my favorites Jabba's Palace that mix arabic music with orchestra. If you are a fan you will not be dissapointed. I'm a fan of Williams's music, but Kevin Kiner's work definitely will be the lyrics of the Clone Wars.
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