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Doctor Who - Original Television Series Sountrack Vol. 4

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Doctor Who Opening Credits
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A Noble Girl About Town
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Life Among The Distant Stars
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Corridors And Fire Escape
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The Sybilline Sisterhood
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Songs Of Captivity And Freedom
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UNIT Rocks
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The Doctor's Daughter
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The Source
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The Unicorn And The Wasp
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The Doctor's Theme Series 4
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Voyage Of The Damned Suite
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The Girl With No Name
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The Song Of Song
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All In The Mind
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Silence In The Library
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The Greatest Story Never Told
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Midnight
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Turn Left
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A Dazzling End
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The Rueful Fate Of Donna Noble
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Davros
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The Dark And Endless Dalek Night
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A Pressing Need To Save The World
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Hanging On The Tablaphone
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Song Of Freedom
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Doctor Who Closing Credits
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 27   Total Length: 76:42

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Unlock The Time Vortex With Doctor Who Music!

holy4hvn

The Doctor travels yet again with a more challenging companion, Donna Noble. As Donna and the Doctor take on the universe we see a deeper story line develop and Murry Gold transports us to the action, the loss, the war and the victory of this continuing saga. If you love this British Science-Fiction Series, you will love to embrace the music from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conducted under Ben Foster. Download the whole album. Sit back and time travel with the Doctor in this collection of music, enjoy!

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Doctor's best

Homestarrunner1

This was to my mind the best season yet of the good Doctor. The music what I've heard so far runs the gammut of sound and emotions and I cannot wait to download the entire album....

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This music should be played LOUD

EMUSIC-00E16227

Energetic, cinematic, and ambitious, the majority of the tracks on this album will EPIC your face off--you can make a good workout album out of this, actually. Download the whole thing, as the album-only Voyage of the Damned suite is essential (note that Damned's song, The Stowaway, appears on the third series soundtrack).

They Say All Music Guide

The 13-episode length of a British television season and the genre here, science fiction, allow composer Murray Gold considerable latitude in creating his themes. Doctor Who, a series dating back to 1963, has been around almost as long as the James Bond movie franchise, and Gold sometimes includes Bond-like adventure music, notably in the cocktail jazz of “A Noble Girl About Town.” But that’s only at the start of nearly 77 minutes of excerpts, skillfully edited by Jake Jackson, who earns his co-production credit. Gold’s music ranges from “Songs of Captivity and Freedom,” a track that seems to have escaped from a Middle Ages cathedral, to (in the next selection) the fast-tempo drive of the aptly named “UNIT Rocks.” When Jackson constructs a long cue, such as the ten-plus minutes of “Voyage of the Damned Suite,” he encapsulates the diversity of Gold’s music, going from the big martial theme that starts to a more ponderous passage, and then a waltz. The necessary bombast often gives way to delicacy, as in “All in the Mind,” a gentle folk tune for acoustic guitar and pennywhistle. But Gold may be at his best when revving up to accompany action sequences, as he does frequently. Doctor Who seems poised to go on forever, and Gold seems prepared to keep providing its varied musical accompaniment. – William Ruhlmann

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