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Doctor Who: Devils' Planets – The Music of Tristram Cary

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Doctor Who: Devils' Planets – The Music of Tristram Cary
Doctor Who - Devil's Planets.jpg
Soundtrack album by
Released2003
GenreSoundtrack
Length2:30:39
LabelBBC Music
ProducerMark Ayres
Doctor Who soundtrack chronology
Doctor Who at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Volume 4: Meglos & Full Circle
(2002)
Doctor Who: Devils' Planets – The Music of Tristram Cary
(2003)
Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack
(2006)

Doctor Who: Devils' Planets – The Music of Tristram Cary is a compilation of music by Tristram Cary for the television series Doctor Who. It features all the musical contributions Cary did for Doctor Who except for his music for Marco Polo (which no longer exists) and "The Ballad of the Last Chance Saloon" from The Gunfighters which was left off due to space reasons. The ballad eventually saw commercial release on the TV soundtrack release of that serial. Due to the folding of the BBC Music label, this album was available only for a limited period and now fetches high prices on auction sites such as eBay.

Track listing

All music composed by Tristram Cary except where noted

Track # Track name Episodes used in
Disc One
The Daleks (1963)
1 "Doctor Who" (Original Theme)[a] various
2 "Forest Atmosphere" "The Dead Planet"
3 "Skaro: Petrified Forest Atmosphere" ("Thal Wind")[b]
4 "Forest with Creature"
5 "City Music 1 & 2"
6 "Thing in Jungle"
7 "City Music 3"
8 "Dalek City Corridor"[b]
9 "The Daleks"
10 "Radiation Sickness" "The Survivors"
11 "Dalek Control Room"[b]
12 "The Storm"
13 "The Storm Continued (Susan meets Alydon)" "The Escape"
14 "Inside the City"
15 "The Fight" "The Ambush"
16 "The Ambush"
17 "Fluid Link"
18 "Rising Tension" "The Expedition"
19 "Demented Dalek"
20 "The Swamp"
21 "The Cave" "The Ordeal"
22 "Barbara Loses the Rope"
23 "Captives of the Daleks"
24 "Heartbeats (Antodus falls)"
25 "The Cave II" "The Rescue"
The Daleks' Masterplan (1965)
26 "A Strange Sickness" "The Nightmare Begins"
27 "Kembel I"
28 "Sting I"
29 "Kembel II"
30 "Daleks I"
31 "Kembel III"
32 "Daleks II"
33 "Daleks at the TARDIS" " Day of Armageddon"
34 "Zephon"
35 "Sting II"
36 "Pyroflames"
37 "Walls of Fire"
38 "At the City Walls"
39 "Taranium"
40 "Zephon Raises the Alarm"
41 "Leaving Kembel" "Devil's Planet"
42 "Acceleration"
43 "Zephon's Demise"
44 "Desperus"
45 "The Screamers"
46 "Leaving Desperus" "The Traitors"
47 "Sting III/Requiem for Katrina"
48 "Bret Vyon"
49 "Traitor"
50 "Counter Plot" "Counter Plot"
51 "The Experiment"
52 "Molecular Dissemination"
53 "Limbo"
54 "Mira"
55 "Invisible Creatures"
56 "The Daleks Have Won!" "Coronas of the Sun"
57 "Invisible Creatures Attack"
58 "Taking the Dalek Ship"
59 "A New Threat"
60 "Fake Taranium"
61 "Return to Kembel"
62 "Gravity Force"
63 "At the Police Station" "The Feast of Steven"
64 "At the Movie Studio"
65 "The Victim I" "Volcano"
66 "The Victim II"
67 "The Victim III"
68 "Lava"
69 "The Monk"
70 "Ancient Egypt" "Golden Death"
71 "Dalek Time Machine"
72 "The Overseer and the Captain"
73 "Daleks at the Pyramids"
74 "Daleks vs Egyptians"
75 "The Doctor Searching"
76 "Escape"
77 "The Missing TARDIS"
78 "The Tomb" "Escape Switch"
79 "The Mummy"
80 "From Egypt to the Ice Planet"
81 "Council in Uproar" "The Abandoned Planet"
82 "The Core"
83 "Master of the Universe"
Disc Two
The Daleks' Masterplan (cont.)
Track # Track name Episodes used in
1 The Heart of the Mountain "Destruction of Time"
2 "Growing Menace"
3 "City Music"
4 "The Time Destructor"
5 "The Destruction of Time"
6 "Daleks Disintegrate"
The Mutants (1972)
7 I
"Episode One"
8 II
9 III
10 IV
11 V
12 VI
13 VII
"Episode Two"
14 VIII
15 IX
16 X
17 XI
18 XII
"Episode Two" & "Episode Three"
19 XIII
"Episode Three"
20 XIV
21 XV
22 XVI
23 XVII
24 XVIII
25 XIX
"Episode Three" & "Episode Four"
26 XX
"Episode Four"
27 XXI
28 XXII
29 XXIII
30 XXIV
31 XXV
32 XXVI
33 XXVII
34 XXVIII
"Episode Five"
35 XXIX
36 XXX
37 XXXI
38 XXXII
39 XXXIII
"Episode Five" & "Episode Six"
40 XXXIV
"Episode Six"
41 XXXV
42 XXXVI
43 XXXVII
44 XXXVIII
45 XXXIX
46 Doctor Who: Closing Theme[a] various

^a Composed by Ron Grainer, realised by Delia Derbyshire (BBC Radiophonic Workshop)
^b Special Sounds by Brian Hodgson (BBC Radiophonic Workshop)

Album Credits

  • Original recordings produced by Tristram Cary
  • Stereo Reduction of The Mutants by Tristram Cary, 2002
  • Compiled, produced and digitally remastered for compact disc by Mark Ayres

References

  • Doctor Who: Devils' Planets – The Music of Tristram Cary (CD Booklet). BBC Music. 2003. WMSF 6072-2.
  • "Millennium Effect". Retrieved 2008-10-05. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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