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John Williams - Star Wars: The Ultimate Vinyl Collection

Tracklist

1Departure Of Boba Fett
2Imperial Attack
3The Tusken Camp And The Homestead
4Han Solo And The Princess
5The Heroics Of Luke And Han
6The Land Of The Sandpeople
7Yoda And The Younglings
8The City In The Clouds
9Queen Amidala And The Naboo Palace
10Palpatine's Teachings
11The Return Of The Jedi
12 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
13The Little People Work
14Jango's Escape
15Confrontation With Count Dooku And Finale
16Star Wars (Main Theme)
17Princess Leia's Theme
18Parade Of The Ewoks
19Lando's Palace
20Panaka And The Queen's Protectors
21Anakin And Padmé
22Anakin's Dream
23Across The Stars (Love Theme From Star Wars: Episode II)
24Battle Of The Heroes
25Anakin's Betrayal
26Yoda And The Force
27Han Solo Returns (At The Court Of Jabba The Hutt)
28The Trip To The Naboo Temple And The Audience With Boss Nass
29Rebels At Bay
30The Meadow Picnic
31Jar Jar's Introduction And The Swim To Otoh Gunga
32Ben Kenobi's Death / Tie Fighter Attack
33Anakin's Dark Deeds
34 Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
35Star Wars Main Title And Ambush On Coruscant
36Grievous And The Droids
37Bounty Hunter's Pursuit
38General Grievous
39The Arrival At Tatooine And The Flag Parade
40The Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme)
41The Walls Converge
42The Droid Invasion And The Appearance Of Darth Maul
43The Asteroid Field
44Return To Tatooine
45Main Title
46Zam The Assassin And The Chase Through Coruscant
47Mouse Robot And Blasting Off
48Yoda's Theme
49The Immolation Scene
50Augie's Great Municipal Band And End Credits
51Finale
52The Battle In The Snow
53Qui-Gon's Noble End
54Love Pledge And The Arena
55Lapti Nek (Jabba's Palace Band)
56Hyperspace
57The Desert And The Robot Auction
58The Throne Room And End Title
59Star Wars Main Title And The Arrival At Naboo
60The Duel
61Enter Lord Vader
62 Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith
63Inner City
64A New Hope And End Credits
65The Sith Spacecraft And The Droid Battle
66Main Title (The Story Continues)
67Padmé's Ruminations
68The Magic Tree
69The Millenium Falcon / Imperial Cruiser Pursuit
70Anakin Vs Obi-Wan
71Cantina Band
72Anakin Defeats Sebulba
73The Birth of the Twins and Padme's Destiny - Medley
74The Return Home
75 Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
76Luke And Leia
77 Star Wars Episode VI: Return Of The Jedi
78Ewok Celebration And Finale
79The Emperor
80The High Council Meeting And Qui-Gon's Funeral
81The Training Of A Jedi Knight
82Departing Coruscant
83Star Wars And The Revenge Of The Sith
84Watto's Deal And Kids At Play
85Resue Of The Princess
86He Is The Chosen One
87The Forest Battle
88Rebel Briefing
89Into The Trap
90Grievous Speaks To Lord Sidious
91Passage Through The Planet Core
92 Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones
93The Princess Appears
94Duel Of The Fates
95Anakin's Theme

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
88875167302John Williams Star Wars: The Ultimate Soundtrack Collection ‎(Box, Comp, Ltd + CD, Album, RE + CD, Album, RE + C)Sony Classical88875167302UK, Europe & US2016

Credits

  • Composed By, ConductorJohn Williams
  • PerformerThe London Symphony Orchestra

Notes

Star Wars: The Ultimate Vinyl Collection includes each of the six film soundtracks – from Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace to Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi – in deluxe gatefold sleeves faithfully replicating the original artwork. Audio was transferred from the original LP masters using the highest resolution (up to 192kHz/24bit) and pressed with heavy 180g vinyl. The LPs are presented in a black, soft-touch laminated slipcase with an embossed, hot silver foil Star Wars logo, which includes a digital download card for one complete box set (all six soundtracks).

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0888750874511

Info

The Vinyl Record release is called Star Wars: The Ultimate Vinyl Collection. These are the exact same re-masters as the Digital Collection listed above. I bought this product for 100 dollars that number includes the tax and shipping on ThinkGeek, so be aware that you can get a decent enough deal if you look hard enough or wait. It also does not include The Force Awakens score which is a separate vinyl release nor does it include a place to include it in the slipcase meaning you can probably eventually expect another box set for Episodes 7-9. Star Wars Main Title and the Arrival at Naboo. John Williams. Duel of the Fates. Anakin's Theme. All composed by John Williams, these collectors sets have been reissued following the release of the latest on-screen chapter in the saga, Star Wars: The Force Awakens. So what we have here are the original six soundtracks in mini album jackets on 9 CDs, plus another disc featuring a new audio interview with Harrison Ford alongside an interview with John Williams. WIN: Star Wars - The Ultimate Vinyl Collection . The real star of the show is, of course, Williams whose breadth of vision and melodic gift over 40 years has delivered some of the most acclaimed and enduring film music in Hollywood history. An absolute must for film music fans. Williams News. John Williams conducts The Star Wars Trilogy - John Towner Williams. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. It was released by Sony Classical on January 8, 2016. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Listen free to John Williams Star Wars: The Ultimate Soundtrack Collection Star Wars Main Title and the Arrival at Naboo, Duel of the Fates and more. 136 tracks . Discover more music, concerts, videos, and Wars: The Ultimate Vinyl Collection will be an 11LP box and includes each of John Williams six film soundtracks from Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace to Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi in deluxe gatefold sleeves faithfully replicating the original artwork. The audio for these was transferred from the original masters using the highest resolution up to 192kHz24bit and pressed on 180gram vinyl. The records come in a black, soft-touch laminated slipcase with an embossed, hot silver foil Star Wars logo and includes a digital download card for one complete box set all six. The music behind the Star Wars films, composed by John Williams, is issued in this 11LP set containing all six soundtracks on vinyl. The deluxe gatefold sleeves faithfully replicate the original artwork and all LPs are housed in a slipcase outer box. The most acclaimed and enduring film music in Hollywood history, the original soundtracks of Star Wars Episodes I-VI is reissued by Sony Classical in an 11 LP box set, Star Wars: The Ultimate Vinyl Collection. Star wars: the ultimate soundtrack collection. DISC 1 Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Duel of The Fates. Anakins Theme. John Williams in interview about his life as a composer. Harrison Ford in interview about Star Wars. Star wars: the ultimate vinyl collection. Episode I: The Phantom Menace. LP 1 Side A

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John Williams - Star Wars: The Ultimate Vinyl Collection

Performer: John Williams

Title: Star Wars: The Ultimate Vinyl Collection

Country: UK, Europe & US

Release date: 08 Jan 2016

Label: Sony Classical

Style: Soundtrack, Score

Catalog: 88875087451

Genre: Classical / TV and Radio

Size MP3: 1188 mb

Size FLAC: 1270 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

Votes: 652

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White gold
Terrible quality pressings. Stear clear. Incredibly disappointing. Noise, lots and lots of noise. Cracks and pops constant. I have 50+ year old records I’ve picked up Goodwill that after a trip through my record washer sound better than these. I’m down right angry. The put all the effort into the nice package and ship terrible sounding records.
White gold
Terrible quality pressings. Stear clear. Incredibly disappointing. Noise, lots and lots of noise. Cracks and pops constant. I have 50+ year old records I’ve picked up Goodwill that after a trip through my record washer sound better than these. I’m down right angry. The put all the effort into the nice package and ship terrible sounding records.
Cobyno
I bought this on clearance from ThinkGeek for a very great price -- I believe it was around $90. Pretty awesome considering it floats around $199 on Amazon. Unfortunately, the first 3 records I tried were all severely warped. It was pretty bad -- to the point that one wouldn't even play. On top of that, the card for the download code says "Offer valid until 01/8/18". That's just not acceptible. I visited the web page for it and it doesn't exist anymore. The company still exists and still has download code redemption pages up for other releases. There should be no limit to when you can redeem something you've already paid for. I returned the set and told support I wanted to exchange. By the time they actually gave me credit for returning it, in order to do the exchange, they had sold out. So not only is this a negative review about these records, it's also a negative review of the company that is handling the download codes ("My Play Digital"), as well as ThinkGeek. Such a disappointment. Otherwise, the box itself seemed pretty cool. I was very excited for this set and then very disappointed on multiple fronts.
Cobyno
I bought this on clearance from ThinkGeek for a very great price -- I believe it was around $90. Pretty awesome considering it floats around $199 on Amazon. Unfortunately, the first 3 records I tried were all severely warped. It was pretty bad -- to the point that one wouldn't even play. On top of that, the card for the download code says "Offer valid until 01/8/18". That's just not acceptible. I visited the web page for it and it doesn't exist anymore. The company still exists and still has download code redemption pages up for other releases. There should be no limit to when you can redeem something you've already paid for. I returned the set and told support I wanted to exchange. By the time they actually gave me credit for returning it, in order to do the exchange, they had sold out. So not only is this a negative review about these records, it's also a negative review of the company that is handling the download codes ("My Play Digital"), as well as ThinkGeek. Such a disappointment. Otherwise, the box itself seemed pretty cool. I was very excited for this set and then very disappointed on multiple fronts.
Karg
I might have kept it if it weren’t for the offer of an exchange. I get that their system doesn’t take exchanges into account, but maybe it should. *shrug*
Karg
I might have kept it if it weren’t for the offer of an exchange. I get that their system doesn’t take exchanges into account, but maybe it should. *shrug*
Saithinin
Your issues with the pressing and My Play Digital are fair enough, but it's hardly ThinkGeek's fault for selling out.
Saithinin
Your issues with the pressing and My Play Digital are fair enough, but it's hardly ThinkGeek's fault for selling out.
Best West
Hands down this is one of the WORST set of LPs ever issued for Star Wars. Pops, thuds and crackles on a classical score? No thanks and unforgivable on a box set, which apparently is a celebration of some of the greatest scores ever written for cinema. I have heard 6 copies of this box set and there was something distractingly wrong with every set from bubbles and blisters in the vinyls, to warps, spindle holes not being consistently the same size (how that even happens I do not know). A New Hope was absolutely awful on every set I heard particularly the beautiful closing parts of sides one and two; THUD THUD THUD all the way through. Non fill was also an issue especially on Jedi-SCRAPE SCRAPE SCRAPE. I managed to get decent copies of Episodes II and III (which is all I wanted it for) but really this was an atrocious sounding release from my experience.
Best West
Hands down this is one of the WORST set of LPs ever issued for Star Wars. Pops, thuds and crackles on a classical score? No thanks and unforgivable on a box set, which apparently is a celebration of some of the greatest scores ever written for cinema. I have heard 6 copies of this box set and there was something distractingly wrong with every set from bubbles and blisters in the vinyls, to warps, spindle holes not being consistently the same size (how that even happens I do not know). A New Hope was absolutely awful on every set I heard particularly the beautiful closing parts of sides one and two; THUD THUD THUD all the way through. Non fill was also an issue especially on Jedi-SCRAPE SCRAPE SCRAPE. I managed to get decent copies of Episodes II and III (which is all I wanted it for) but really this was an atrocious sounding release from my experience.
Ahieones
Heads up for people that care about the download card inside: mine had an expiration date of 1/8/18. The myplaydigital.eu site won't take redemption codes any more. Can't complain about the vinyl or the package, but it's a slight bummer to lose out on digital (by a few days, in my case)
Ahieones
Heads up for people that care about the download card inside: mine had an expiration date of 1/8/18. The myplaydigital.eu site won't take redemption codes any more. Can't complain about the vinyl or the package, but it's a slight bummer to lose out on digital (by a few days, in my case)
Zololmaran
Thanks! This was a big help, I really do appreciate it!
Zololmaran
Thanks! This was a big help, I really do appreciate it!
September
versak, you have to explain your situation to [email protected] as explained on the following tweet: https://twitter.com/PaulMcFads/status/885239738747289602
September
versak, you have to explain your situation to [email protected] as explained on the following tweet: https://twitter.com/PaulMcFads/status/885239738747289602
Rrinel
So, what was the secret? I've been looking forever on how to get this digitally.
Rrinel
So, what was the secret? I've been looking forever on how to get this digitally.
Anararius
Oh, I can't send you the mp because you disabled the feature as Discogs told me: please contact me via Discogs to give you the URL. Thanks in advance
Anararius
Oh, I can't send you the mp because you disabled the feature as Discogs told me: please contact me via Discogs to give you the URL. Thanks in advance
mr.Mine
https://twitter.com/PaulMcFads/status/885239738747289602 URL works better without brackets, to see the tweet. :)
mr.Mine
https://twitter.com/PaulMcFads/status/885239738747289602 URL works better without brackets, to see the tweet. :)
Zulkigis
Hello, I'll send you a private message right now as I found a way to download the music without myplaydigital.eu thanks to Happiness Stan on Twitter & Snipp (https://twitter.com/PaulMcFads/status/885239738747289602). :)
Zulkigis
Hello, I'll send you a private message right now as I found a way to download the music without myplaydigital.eu thanks to Happiness Stan on Twitter & Snipp (https://twitter.com/PaulMcFads/status/885239738747289602). :)
virus
First off, the packaging is amazing. The prequels include things like credits and side notes from George Lucas and John Williams. Even the vinyl sleeves are pictures from the films. The 180 gram does John Williams justice. The original films are a whole other deal. They are exact replicas of their original pressings going down to the t-shirt insert that was in the 1977 vinyl release and the poster. The original films sound less polished and a bit noisy. Overall, this is essential for any Star Wars fan or fan of John Williams infamous score. They might not be colored or flashy like the I AM SHARK variants but this should definitely satisfy any audiophile.
virus
First off, the packaging is amazing. The prequels include things like credits and side notes from George Lucas and John Williams. Even the vinyl sleeves are pictures from the films. The 180 gram does John Williams justice. The original films are a whole other deal. They are exact replicas of their original pressings going down to the t-shirt insert that was in the 1977 vinyl release and the poster. The original films sound less polished and a bit noisy. Overall, this is essential for any Star Wars fan or fan of John Williams infamous score. They might not be colored or flashy like the I AM SHARK variants but this should definitely satisfy any audiophile.
Cozius
My copy has severe distortions on several discs, plus one is slightly warped. Definitely _not_ what an "Ultimate Vinyl Collection" should be like. John Williams' seminal scores deserves soooo much better treatment than this.Come to think of it, lack of quality control has been a running theme of many new vinyl releases lately...Music: 11/10Pressing : 2/10
Cozius
My copy has severe distortions on several discs, plus one is slightly warped. Definitely _not_ what an "Ultimate Vinyl Collection" should be like. John Williams' seminal scores deserves soooo much better treatment than this.Come to think of it, lack of quality control has been a running theme of many new vinyl releases lately...Music: 11/10Pressing : 2/10
Dusar
I was on the fence to buy this ever since it was announced for pre-order because of the price. $35/album is very high price to pay considering you could find the original trilogy for $10-30 per episode in VG or VG+ condition. But when you are in the market for Near Mint or Mint/Unopened LP and Mint Gatefold + Poster, it will be impossible to find anything less than $50 a piece. The sound quality on these LPs are true to its originals. They are pressed well and mastered wonderfully. The bonus for me is that I get to enjoy the EP 1 - 3 soundtracks on vinyl and basically own the first pressing of episode 2 and 3.My other reason that I pulled the trigger was that I keep reading "limited edition" on some sites and I am the type of person who regrets not buying something when it was readily available and now have to result to look at discogs for a "reasonable" inflated price.To me, Star Wars is much more than just a series of movies - this is why I also spent $100 few years ago to buy the first-time blu-ray package eventhough I already owned the individual DVDs. If you are like me and love Star Wars but also enjoy listening to vinyl - do yourself a favour and buy this before it runs out.5/5 - content5/5 - sound
Dusar
I was on the fence to buy this ever since it was announced for pre-order because of the price. $35/album is very high price to pay considering you could find the original trilogy for $10-30 per episode in VG or VG+ condition. But when you are in the market for Near Mint or Mint/Unopened LP and Mint Gatefold + Poster, it will be impossible to find anything less than $50 a piece. The sound quality on these LPs are true to its originals. They are pressed well and mastered wonderfully. The bonus for me is that I get to enjoy the EP 1 - 3 soundtracks on vinyl and basically own the first pressing of episode 2 and 3.My other reason that I pulled the trigger was that I keep reading "limited edition" on some sites and I am the type of person who regrets not buying something when it was readily available and now have to result to look at discogs for a "reasonable" inflated price.To me, Star Wars is much more than just a series of movies - this is why I also spent $100 few years ago to buy the first-time blu-ray package eventhough I already owned the individual DVDs. If you are like me and love Star Wars but also enjoy listening to vinyl - do yourself a favour and buy this before it runs out.5/5 - content5/5 - sound
Dondallon
This represents the first, and at time of pressing, only vinyl releases for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
Dondallon
This represents the first, and at time of pressing, only vinyl releases for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
Darkshaper
There seem to be a decent amount of pops on my set. Otherwise the sound and reproduction artwork are..... Stellar
Darkshaper
There seem to be a decent amount of pops on my set. Otherwise the sound and reproduction artwork are..... Stellar
Gholbirius
Your pops are probably due to hairline sciuffs from manufacturing and packaging. it really annoys me that they just cannot attain the quality of the past.
Gholbirius
Your pops are probably due to hairline sciuffs from manufacturing and packaging. it really annoys me that they just cannot attain the quality of the past.
Marinara
Yes, pops here and there but good quality sound. Excellent packaging though. Quality control for vinyl today is down the proverbial crapper. I returned the first box I got of this because of badly warped discs and scratches from machine marks from packaging the product at the factory.
Marinara
Yes, pops here and there but good quality sound. Excellent packaging though. Quality control for vinyl today is down the proverbial crapper. I returned the first box I got of this because of badly warped discs and scratches from machine marks from packaging the product at the factory.