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|6. The Stargate Opens|
|7. You're On The Team|
|8. Entering The Stargate|
|9. The Other Side|
|10. Mastadge Drag|
|11. The Mining Pit|
|12. King Of The Slaves|
|13. Caravan To Nagada|
|14. Daniel and Shauri|
|15. Symbol Discovery|
|16. Sarcophagus Opens|
|17. Daniel's Mastadge|
|18. Leaving Nagada|
|19. Ra - The Sun God|
|20. The Destruction of Nagada|
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Top Customer Reviews
"Stargate Overture" - The opening credits, complete with the 'growling' FX.
"Giza, 1928" - In the theatrical release, this immediately follows the overture, but with the volume so low that initially it's hard to hear. It ends with the cut from Giza to Daniel's lecture.
"Unstable" covers O'Neil's introduction, but begins in the preceding scene with the cheerful 5-note ripple as Catherine hands Daniel his travel plans.
"The Coverstones" skips the march as the camera first pans up to Creek Mountain, but begins as Daniel first enters the coverstones' room during the meet & greet, ending as he spots the chalkboard translation (omitting the little flourish accompanying his corrections).
"Orion" omits the short, isolated musical phrase covering the cut to Daniel's taped notes, beginning when Daniel marks up the 'borrowed' newspaper's star chart, ending as Catherine introduces West.
"The Stargate Opens" begins with West's "Show him", ending as the probe is sent through (not including the creepy passage as the robot approaches the gate).
"You're On the Team" begins as West adds Daniel to the team, ending as his travel allergies kick in again.Read more ›
The CD opens with the outstanding "Stargate Overture," a rich, romantic composition with ominous shadings. The CD as a whole is an excellent balance of militaristic, gentle, rousing, exotic, and just plain fun passages. Particularly impressive is "Ra -- The Sun God," which builds to a seductive yet horrific crescendo. Highly recommended for fans of great film scoring.
Most recent customer reviews
A lot of the success of the feature film should be attributed to this soundtrack. It ends up more memorable than the film itself. A must have! Read morePublished on March 10 2004 by David Hepworth
Since I first heard this soundtrack, I can't stop listening to it. Amazing music! Also the TV series' music is very good (same theme)!Published on June 12 2003
Having been the composer for all of the Pierce Bronson "Bond" films, it appears that Arnold has taken John Barry's place. Read morePublished on Feb. 4 2003 by Reginald D. Garrard
This soundtrack was simply amazing, I doubt the movie would have been very great had this magnificent score not intertwined with the plot and action scenes so fluidly. Read morePublished on Oct. 26 2002
One of the best Motion Picture Soundtrack, every track is filled with power, you cannot help but get chills when you hear the oveture on track one at it's peak. Read morePublished on Aug. 16 2002 by Taisei Fuma
Powerful, stirring, and romantic. A cross between Star Wars and Lawrence of Arabia. I don't own many many movie scores, but I'm so glad I bought this one. Play it LOUD!Published on Feb. 5 2001
a work which reaches the limit,a miracle in the history of filmmusic.Published on Feb. 2 2001 by Zhiyi Wang