|Title:||Music From The X Files: 20th Anniversary Celebration|
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The X-Files: 20th Anniversary Celebration. BSX Records (BSXCD-8932). Release Date: September 11, 2013. Formats: CD, Digital. The X-Files: I Want to Believe (2008). The X-Files (The X-Files: Fight the Future) (1998). The album features music composed by Mark Snow and is produced and arranged by Dominik Hauser, Joohyun Park, and John Beal, recorded with respect toward Snow's original musical intentions and replicated faithfully to convey the essence of The X-Files in a single collection. Drawn from specific episodes of the TV show and both feature films, this presentation covers the provocative stylistic musical variations used throughout the series' history. The booklet includes liner notes written by author Randall Larson, discussing the creation of this unique release
X-Files: A 20th Anniversary Celebration. Kingsley: Voices from the Shadow - Jazz Psalms - Shabbat for Today. La Femme Nikita (Main Theme) - Single. Star Trek Generations - End Title Theme (Dennis McCarthy) - Single. The Truth and the Light - Music from the X-Files. Prometheus (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Pt. II (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Star Trek (Music from the Motion Picture).
X FILES: A 20th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. Original Motion Picture soundtrack with music by long time X-Files composer, Mark Snow. In addition to the score, the soundtrack has three additional tracks: Xzibit's never before heard 'Dying To Live', 'Broken' by Hip-Hop's Unkle and the X-Files Theme remixed by Unkle. The X-Files: I Want To Believe features an All-Star cast which, in addition to David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, includes Amanda Peet, Billy Connolly and Rapper Alvin 'Xzibit' Joiner.
Great album of music produced by Mark Snow for the TV show "The X-Files". I'm pretty sure this music covers seasons 1-3, and nothing afterward. There's heavy usage of samples containing dialogue (Duane Barry from season two screaming horribly, for one), and the flow between tracks is excellent. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
Hanging Out. In Love. Truth & Light: Music from the X-Files consists entirely of Mark Snow's original music for the sci-fi series, which is segued together by samples of dialogue from the show. Like the series, the music is evocative and eerie, and it holds up surprisingly well when isolated from the visuals.
The Truth and the Light: Music from the X-Files is a 1996 album by Mark Snow. The album is composed of excerpts of instrumental music scores from the first three seasons of the American science fiction television series The X-Files, on which Snow was the resident composer.
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|Suite From The X Files|
|1||Materia Primoris / The X Files Theme|
|2||Cantus Excio And Lamenta|
|3||Iter / Memoria|
|4||Fides Fragilis / Exoptare Ex Veritas / Kyrie|
|5||The X Files Theme|
|Music From The X Files|
|6||The Post-Modern Prometheus: JJ's Diner|
|7||This Is Not Happening: Suite|
|8||Dreamland Part 2: Suite|
|9||Christmas Carol: Mother Genes|
|10||Hollywood A.D.: Dancing Bones|
|11||TheTruth Part 2: The Truth Is Inside|
|The X Files|
|The X Files: Fight The Future|
|13||Threnody In X|
|The X Files: I Want To Believe|
|16||The Trip To D.C.|
|19||Theme From The X Files (Guitar Demo)|