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Includes The Corbomite Maneuver; Balance of Terror; What Are Little Girls Made Of; Way of the Warrior; Bride of Chaotica; All Good Things , and more.

1. The Original Series: Theme From Star Trek - Strings Arrangement - Season 1 - Alexander Courage
2. The Original Series: Suite From The Corbomite Maneuver: Radiation/Cube Radiation/Baby... - Alexander Courage
3. The Original Series: Suite From Balance Of Terror: Romulan Warship/Romulan Theme... - Alexander Courage
4. The Original Series: Suite From What Are Little Girls Made Of: Meet Andrea/Big Ruk/Ruk... - Alexander Courage
5. The Original Series: 'In Chapel' From Balance Of Terror - Alexander Courage
6. The Original Series: Theme From Star Trek - Lounge Mix - Alexander Courage
7. Deep Space Nine: Theme From Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Season 4 - Dennis McCarthy
8. Deep Space Nine: Suite From Way Of The Warrior: Dry Run - Dennis McCarthy
9. Deep Space Nine: Suite From Way Of The Warrior: Medieval Harp Source - Dennis McCarthy
10. Deep Space Nine: Suite From Way Of The Warrior: 'Yo!' - Dennis McCarthy
11. Deep Space Nine: Suite From Way Of The Warrior: Worf II - Dennis McCarthy
12. Deep Space Nine: Suite From Way Of The Warrior: 'Fever' From His Way - Nana Visitor
13. Voyager: Theme From Star Trek: Voyager - Jerry Goldsmith
14. Voyager: Suite From Bride Of Chaotica: Begin Chapter 18 - David Bell
15. Voyager: Suite From Bride Of Chaotica: Presenting... Arachnia - David Bell
16. Voyager: Suite From Bride Of Chaotica: Confinement Rings/Segue To Torres - David Bell
17. Voyager: Suite From Bride Of Chaotica: Chaotica Is Defeated/Distortions - David Bell
18. Voyager: Suite From Bride Of Chaotica: Chaotica's Last Words/The End? - David Bell
19. The Next Generation: Theme From Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 2 - Jerry Goldsmith
20. The Next Generation: Suite From All Good Things: Here Comes The Judge II/To The Rescue - Dennis McCarthy
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 1, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: GNP Crescendo Records
  • ASIN: B0000365NG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #143,314 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Jacques on April 28, 2001
Format: Audio CD
While I do own many CDs of Trek music (movies & TV), I don't own Volume 1 of the Best Of series -- but I had to get this one for one main reason: the music from "Bride of Chaotica!"
The music from this wonderful VGR episode harkens back to the early days of sci-fi television and movies, and is a complete joy to listen to. It's as campy as the "Captain Proton" holo-novel featured in the episode and the cues have a bounce and vigor that brings back the fun of the episode itself. Great stuff!
Not to be ignored, of course, is the music from the other Trek series. The TOS score is crisp and sounds better than ever. The Main Title never sounded so good! The action-packed suite from DS9's "Way of the Warrior" is grand and epic, and Nana Visitor's rendition of "Fever" from "His Way" is sultry and quite the bonus on this disc.
Closing off the CD is Dennis McCarthy's suite of music from TNG's series finale, "All Good Things..." (though why it doesn't appear between TOS and DS9 is a mystery). This is some of Dennis McCarthy's best work on the show and and it's great to slip back into the mystery and grandeur of that episode.
All in all, if you like music from the "Star Trek" TV series, then this is one I suggest you, ah, beam into your collection!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 18, 2000
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When I got this cd in the mail, I right away put it in my Cd player and listened to it. I was really thrilled with the music from each of the series. My favorite suite on the cd is the suite form "The Way Of The Warrior". It is also a nice bonus on the cd to have Nana Visitor singing "Fever". In my opinion this CD is as good as the first volume they released. I would recommend this cd to any Star Trek fan who enjoys watching the episodes and hearing the music.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By The Commander on June 8, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This CD is a big improvement over the last "Best of Star Trek" mostly because there is much more variety in the tracks. Almost no two are exactly alike. The highlight of this CD certainly is "Fever" sung by Nana Visitor(Kira) herself. And if you are concerned with the placement of the TNG music dead last, I advise you to reserve your judgement until you hear these tracks. They are the perfect way to wrap up this collection.
If there is to be a third version, my advice would be to focus on specific recognizable themes and try less to take many tracks from the same episode. Still, I think Trek fans will be very happy with this compilation.
One thing to be aware of is that the tracks are misnumbered on the inserts. The tracks listed as "Chapter 18" and "Presenting Arachnia" are actually the same track. There is an extra track for "Way of the Warrior" between "Medieval Harp Source" and "Yo!" which the Amazon.com website refers to as "Evil Empire." Therefore the Voyager music starts at track 14.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Lovins HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on December 6, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Think you've heard it all---well, think again...GNP/Crescendo brings forth another compilation, simply out-of-this-world---"THE BEST OF STAR TREK VOL. 2", contains previously unreleased music by Courage...Steiner...Goldsmith...McCarthy...Chattaway and David Bell---this one-of-a-kind collection featuring suites and cues from---"STAR TREK:THE ORIGINAL SERIES"---"THE NEXT GENERATION"---"DEEP SPACE NINE"---"VOYAGER", all of which are good to superb representations of each episode through scoring---"THEME FROM STAR TREK-LOUNGE MIX", nice touch from the big band point of view---"FEVER", from "DEEP SPACE NINE" episode "HIS WAY", torchy rendition performed by Nan Visitor...David Bell's score for "BRIDE OF CHAOTICA", is something out of "Flash Gordon", wonderfully nostalgic recreation reminiscent of those early days of sci-fi serials of the 1930s, starring Buster Crabbe in the title role.
Dedicated to the memory of DeForest Kelley (1920-1999), and to "The Great Bird of the Galaxy", Mr. Gene Roddenberry---Neil Norman and Crescendo have once again brought the best and most creative attributes to "film-score-buffs" around the galaxy---don't miss this or the next thrilling episode from Norman & Crew!
You might try another GNP/Crescendo release ~ "The Best Of Star Trek:30th Anniversary Special"(GNPD-8053), all worthy of a good listen!
Total Time: 63:44 on 24 Tracks ~ GNP/Crescendo GNPD-8061 ~ (2000)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 21, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Imagine yourself being attacked by dozens of spaceships. You have very capable defenses, but there are simply too many ships. Your shields are weakening and the enemy is starting to beam into your command center, and everywhere else. You are forced to go hand-to-hand with them. Now, this same thing happened on Deep Space Nine. The action drew us all in, and put us on the edge of our seats. But the forgotten element in the tension was the music. Now the music from this scene has been realesed and I am enjoying it more than any other Star Trek CD I have ever bought. One of the nice things about this CD is that, by releasing several different episodes into one collection, it has so much variety. We go from the excellent (but somewhat hokey) TOS music, to the modern, pulse pounding music of DS9, to the parody music for Voyager, to the action packed and touching music for TNG. Each of these scores could very well be realesed by themselves as Best of Star Trek volumes, but they're all together. The collection is fablulous. I can't decide which suite I like better because they are all great. You have got to own this CD. Oh yes, one last thing...did I mention I liked it?
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