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Das Boot-Original Filmmusik [Import, Original recording remastered, Soundtrack]

Klaus Doldinger Audio CD
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Product Details

1. Anfang
2. Titel
3. Appell
4. U 96
5. Auslaufen
6. Erinnerung
7. Konvoi
8. Angriff
9. Inferno
10. Heimkehr
11. Bedrohung
12. Erinnerung
13. Gibraltar
14. Warten
15. Absinken
16. Auf Grund
17. Eingeschlossen
18. Rettung
19. Ruckzug
20. Ende
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Product Description

Dolby Digital Surround edition of the original music from the 1981 West German WWII submarine drama, composed by fusion player and Passport band leader Doldinger. Tracks 25 through 30 include sound effects and dialogue from the motion picture.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible movie, soundtrack very, very fine Sept. 1 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This has to be one of the most expensive single-disk soundtracks, but don't let that stop you. The movie is one of the all-time greats. It's surely the best submarine or, dare I say, war film ever. Klaus Doldinger provides a soundtrack that complements the film perfectly. The film and the music are incredibly unified and the music genuinely enhances the action and emotions of this film masterpiece, yet has a life of its own. The import CD has 30 cuts including a few at the end with some of the most dramatic dialogue. If you love this movie, you must get this disc before it goes away. If you like good movie music, this one is strong all the way. The main Das Boot theme will haunt you forever.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Songs the Das Boot CD didn't have... Oct. 28 2002
Format:Audio CD
I fell in love with the Das Boot movie and soon after, the hard-to-get soundtrack. It brings the magic of the movie to my car or Discman anywhere I go. Thank you SO much!
To satisfy one reviewer's disappointment, the original "J'attendrai" and "Tipperary" songs are available at the following site: [...] They should've been included on the soundtrack, but I hope this helps. This fills a BIG gap in completing the total magic of Das Boot. Best to you!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Soundtrack for Silent Hunter 2 Aug. 15 2001
Format:Audio CD
This is, of course, the soundtrack to the greatest submarine movie ever made, but it is also a good soundtrack to Silent Hunter 2, which will probably be the greatest WW2 submarine simulation game ever made.
The CD in itself is good, but does not include "Tipperary" as sung by the Red Army Chorus and which provides a memorable moment in the film.
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5.0 out of 5 stars That Song Sept. 8 2000
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
If you love "Das Boot" this CD is a must, but there are those among us who ask why they didn't include the Tipperary song and particularly, "What is that French song?"
Fans will remember the scene when the captain asks the radio operator to play a certain record for him. The radio man smiles and plays, "J'attendrai" by Rina Ketty, but it isn't included in the soundtrack and the producers fail to list this recording in the end credits of the film.
If you, like the captain, love this recording...it is available on Amazon.com on a great CD entitled "Les Grandes Chansons Francaises: Classic Hits of French Song" on band #3. These are recordings that helped sustain Europeans who lived through World War II and, like the captain, remind them of better times. Listen, especially, to the anthem of those days, band #14, "Parlez-Moi D'Amour" by Lucienne Boyer.
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