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Dr. Who & the Daleks (soundtrack)

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Dr. Who & the Daleks
Dalek film soundtrack.jpg
Soundtrack album by
Released5 October 2009
GenreSoundtrack
LabelSilva Screen Records
ProducerMark Ayres

Dr. Who & the Daleks is a soundtrack album of music from the two Dalek films based on the BBC television series Doctor Who. It includes music from Dr. Who and the Daleks by Malcolm Lockyer, and Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. by Bill McGuffie. It was reissued 16 April 2016 as a yellow double vinyl LP, limited to 1500 copies, released for Record Store Day.[1]

Track listing

Track # Track title Duration
Dr. Who and the Daleks (Malcolm Lockyer)
1 "Fanfare and Opening Titles" 1:48
2 "Tardis" 0:48
3 "The Petrified Jungle" 1:58
4 "The Petrified Creature and the City" 0:52
5 "Four Return To Tardis" 1:05
6 "The Medicine Box and the Climb to the City" 2:24
7 "City Corridors" 1:54
8 "Captured by the Daleks" 1:18
9 "Susan Leaves the City" 1:17
10 "The Jungle at Night" 2:13
11 "Susan Returns to the City" 1:12
12 "Escape from the Cell" 3:05
13 "The Trap" 3:44
14 "The Swamp" 2:37
15 "The Mountain" 2:34
16 "The Cave" 1:57
17 "The Jump" 0:54
18 "The Thals Approach the City" 1:40
19 "The Countdown" 2:38
20 "The Countdown Stops" 2:17
21 "Finale and End Titles" 1:11
Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. (Bill McGuffie)
22 "Smash and Grab" 1:43
23 "Tardis Departs" 0:12
24 "Opening Titles" 1:59
25 "Tardis" 1:15
26 "London, 2150 A.D." 0:50
27 "Daleks and Robomen" 5:01
28 "Message to Grandfather and the Dalek Saucer Takes Off" 1:26
29 "The Mine Workings and the Cottage" 1:25
30 "Preparing the Bomb Capsule" 1:22
31 "Smash and Grab (Reprise) and End Titles" 2:09
Bonus tracks
32 "The Eccentric Doctor Who" (Malcolm Lockyer) 2:25
33 "Daleks and Thals" (Malcolm Lockyer) 2:09
34 "Fugue for Thought" (Bill McGuffie) 2:16
35 "Fanfare and Opening Titles" (with effects) (Malcolm Lockyer) 1:48
36 "Tardis Effects" (Barry Gray) 3:06
37 "Dalek City Effects" (Barry Gray) 6:31

Record Store Day EP

As part of Record Store Day 2011, a limited edition 7" EP of selected tracks was released on 16 April 2011[2]

Track listing

Side one

  1. Main Theme (Lockyer)
  2. The Mountain (Lockyer)

Side two

Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.

A mini-adventure edited from the film soundtrack featuring the voices of Peter Cushing and Bernard Cribbins with music by Bill McGuffie.

References

  • Dr. Who & the Daleks (CD Booklet). London: Silva Screen Records. 2009. SILCD1244.
  1. ^ "OST (1) - DR WHO AND THE DALEKS". Record Store Day.
  2. ^ Screen, Silva. "Silva Screen Blog: Limited Doctor Who Release". Silvascreenblog.blogspot.com. Retrieved 2011-04-04. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)


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