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Indiana Jones & Temple of Doom [Import]

John Williams Audio CD
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1. Anything Goes
2. Fast Streets Of Shanghai
3. Nocturnal Activities
4. Short Round's Theme
5. Children In Chains
6. Slalom On Mt. Humol
7. The Temple Of Doom
8. Bug Tunnel And Death Trap
9. Slave Children's Crusade
10. The Mine Car Chase
11. Finale And End Credits

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John Williams' Masterful Score of the Second in the Series of Swashbuckling Motion Pictures that Started with 'raiders of the Lost Ark', Starring Harrision Ford.

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Our product to treat is a regular product. There is not the imitation. From Japan by the surface mail because is sent out, take it until arrival as 7-14 day. Thank you for you seeing it.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Will there ever be an expanded edition release??? Oct. 23 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
When I heard that the Indy trilogy was coming to DVD, I had also hoped that to coincide with that, they would finally release the full unabridged soundtracks of all three films...but apparently not.
There was an expanded release of the "Raiders of the Lost Ark" soundtrack several years ago (still missing a few cues). However the score for "Temple of Doom" is in DESPERATE need of an expanded release. It's really a great score, has many different themes, lots of action, and probably marked the latter part of John Williams prime 1976-1985. Since then he has still done great work, but hasn't matched the absolute perfection of his late 70's early 80's scores.
PLEASE PLEASE...re-release this score in it's complete form, along with "Last Crusade".
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great soundtrack from Great film!!!!! July 19 2002
Format:Audio CD
I think it is the best soundtrack which i could order only here!!!!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great Themes!! May 13 2002
By xxx xxx
Format:Audio CD
I just purchased this score some weeks ago and i recieved it today. This score is really good. I think this is the best
Indiana Jones scores there is. I actually "discovered" the
music of Indiana Jones with this CD. The "slave" theme which have the "indian" sound is really nice!! Short Rounds theme
is also very good!! This CD is not cheap and the entire score is not on the CD. I think the length of the CD is about 40 minutes!
There is still place for more music on the CD. I wonder why they only included 40 minutes of music. I give this score 4 stars, but if the CD havs been a little more longer i would give it 10 stars!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best of the Indy scores! March 15 2002
By DennisH
Format:Audio CD
This is really the best Indiana Jones soundtrack and maybe one of the best scores ever made.
This Indy score contains a perfect new theme: The Slave Theme. Another excellent track is: Mine Car Chase. The Raiders march from the previous Indy score is used again (Thank God!) This score isn't cheap, but I think you won't regret!
Buy it now!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love dies in the temple of doom. Oct. 22 2001
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
I like this album because of the dark melodies which accompany the Temple of Doom Track which reminds me of the "Kali Maa Shakti Deh" and that Children in Chains track which reminds me of the part where the children are enslaved in the underground. I know this album is a Japanees import soundtrack, but I wasn't Disappointed. I like all the tracks including Anything goes, Bug Tunnel And Death Trap, Mine Car Chase, Slave Children's Crusade, Slave Children's crusade, and Short Round's Theme. John Williams has done a great job composing this! even if the temple of doom track was dark. I know that the music from the Temple Of Doom may sound evil, but it isn't evil to those who love it. Love dies in the Temple Of Doom. Right? That's what this album is for. To all future future soundtrack fans. Love dies while you're at the temple of doom. I like this CD and so shal you all. Kali Maa Shakti Deh.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The boss is going to The Temple Of Doom Aug. 28 2001
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This score is very dark! ba, but it's cool. I've watched the film of Indiana Jones and was moved by inspiration to buy this Cd. John Wiliams has done a great job composing this CD. I like all the tracks including the Temple Of Doom track. The haunting cult chant is to me! a very warm track to listen to. There is nothing I dislike about the music from The Temple Of Doom. The haunting cult chant is heart-stopping, blood-chilling, scary, nightmarish, breath-taking, and most of all! very dark, and fun to listen to. I now have both the film and the soundtrack. If you want something to listen to, or if you're just looking for the chills! then buy this CD, and be inspired by the cult chant. Get up Ms. Ross! You're being taken to The Temple Of Doom. There is no escaping this score.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Indy's Second Outing is Simply The Best June 10 2001
Format:Audio CD
It took me almost three years of searching to find this little gem. I am huge fan of The Big Three (Jerry Goldsmith, John Williams and James Horner), having grown up listening to Williams in particular. "The Temple of Doom" is a classic case of a spectacular score that doesn't have nearly enough music displayed on the CD. Nearly half of the music from the movie has not been included on this CD, but what is there is enough to give you a reason to remember why we love the "Indiana Jones" trilogy so much. Williams allowed his theme for Indy to evolve here into a more fun and humorous adventure with the introduction of the themes for Short Round and Willie. The theme for the slave children is among the most powerful ever written by Williams, on par with his themes for "Empire of the Sun" and "E.T." The action cues, particularly the mine car chase and the scene with Indy and Short Round trapped in a room with spikes and collasping ceiling, are very intense. The CD is classic Williams and truly defines this composers endless wealth for new and inventive music. As with all his scores, "Temple of Doom" functions beautifully without it's accompanying movie. While difficult to find and only a mere taste of the full score, this CD is a fine addition to any CD collection and a must for any die-hard Williams fan.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best $31.00 that I ever spent April 6 2001
Format:Audio CD
I was really ticked when I saw the price for this CD. And yeah it is a little pricy but you will get every dime that you put into it back every time that you press the play button. I really love this CD. John williams again did another wonderful job. And of course if you have seen this movie as much as I have you can you can see the movie playing forth in your mind. I love it and I think that the best track is the End Credits. I get chills everytime I listen to it and of coursetrack #9 which gives me the chills. A very well done CD and a very good investment.
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