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mad777
06-01-2009, 07:00 AM
Airplane! (1980, La-La Land Records 2009) - Elmer Bernstein

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Tracklist:

01. Main Title (01:54)
Contains "Theme from Jaws" by John Williams, Duchess Music Corporation (BMI)
02. Kiss Off (00:48)
03. Ambulance Arrives* (00:32)
*track not contained in film
04. Hari Krishna / Ticket / Nervous** (02:45)
**contains music not used in film
05. Lisa / Farewell / Take Off** / Another Meeting (03:18)
**contains music not used in film
06. Fighting Girls (00:47)
07. Love Theme from AIRPLANE! (01:07)
08. From Here to There (02:08)
09. Head / Memory (01:14)
10. Shimmer / Molumbo (01:02)
11. Zip / Eggs / Roger, Take Over (02:34)
12. Wild Violins / Sickness / Idea (02:26)
13. Thar She Blows! / Flash / Panel (02:23)
14. "Where the Hell is Kramer?"* / Trouble (01:02)
*track not contained in film
15. Mayday (00:56)
16. Punch-Up / Kramer (01:14)
17. Clumsy (00:56)
18. Dog Fight / Failure / Pep Talk / Notre Dame Victory March / Master (03:45)
Contains "Notre Dame Victory March" by Michael J. Shea, J.H. O'Donnell & John F. Shea, Edwin H. Morris & Co., a division of MPL Communications, Inc. (ASCAP)
19. News (00:56)
20. "Runway is Niner"* / "The Gear is Down and We're Ready to Land"** (01:03)
*track not contained in film, **contains music not used in film
21. Crasher (04:02)
22. Resolution / Tag (01:52)
Contains "1812 Overture, Op. 49" by Peter Tchaikovsky
23. Notre Dame Victory March (02:01)
Michael J. Shea, J.H. O'Donnell & John F. Shea
24. Tavern (00:35)
25. Everything's Coming Up Roses* (00:20)
*track not contained in film, (Stephen Sondheim and Jule Steyn, Arr. Elmer Bernstein)Chappell & Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
26. Instruments (00:13)
27. Disco** (00:31)
**contains music not used in film
28. Kiss Off (Alternate)* (00:47)
*track not contained in film
29. Fighting Girls (Alternate)* (00:44)
*track not contained in film
30. From Here to There (Instrumental) (02:08)
31. Molumbo (Alternate)* (00:52)
*track not contained in film
32. Zip (Original Version) (00:32)
33. News (Alternates)* (01:49)
*track not contained in film
34. Dog Fight (Short Version) (00:37)
35. "Runway is Niner" (Alternate)* (00:31)
*track not contained in film
36. "The Gear is Down and We’re Ready to Land" (Alternate)* (00:30)
*track not contained in film
37. Tag (Instrumental) (01:15)
Contains "1812 Overture, Op. 49" by Peter Tchaikovsky

Total Duration: 00:52:09

The Watchmaker
06-01-2009, 08:45 AM
Thank you very much for share this one.
From where did you download it?

Sirusjr
06-01-2009, 09:57 AM
Thanks very much!

arthierr
06-01-2009, 10:15 AM
Although I greatly appreciate this post and thank the poster, I'd like to say that La-La Land Records is a small record company created by movie music enthusiasts trying their best to publish rare quality stuff. So if you really appreciate this, I greatly encourage you to buy it so they can publish more of this kind.

Lens of Truth
06-01-2009, 10:48 AM
This has actually already sold out! So La-La land have made as much on it as they hoped. Mars Attacks is still available however - but probably not for long!

Thanks for posting :)

arthierr
06-01-2009, 10:51 AM
This has actually already sold out! So La-La land have made as much on it as they hoped. Mars Attacks is still available however - but probably not for long!

Thanks for posting :)

Oh? Then it's good news - at least for us... :p Come on people, grab this one! Now it's not a commercial product anymore, it belongs to universal culture.

Sirusjr
06-01-2009, 11:51 AM
Oh? Then it's good news - at least for us... :p Come on people, grab this one! Now it's not a commercial product anymore, it belongs to universal culture.
Ah I greatly agree with this post! I would have considered purchasing it myself after having taken the time to listen, which it seems i still have not the time to do. You might notice that the North and South collection i posted some time ago has yet to sell out.

mad777
06-01-2009, 11:56 AM
FLAC format added ;)

The Watchmaker
06-01-2009, 12:09 PM
FLAC format added ;)

Amazing. Once again, thank you very much!

cradub
06-01-2009, 12:10 PM
Thanks a lot for this, mad!

Are you and protium related now? ;)

mad777
06-01-2009, 12:19 PM
Thanks a lot for this, mad!

Are you and protium related now? ;)

I have only a different christian bale avatar :D

eggerty
06-01-2009, 01:21 PM
Although it has sold out at La-La, there are still several online specialty shops which have it available.

Zoran
06-02-2009, 12:17 PM
Thanks a bunch mad, I am sure this is way better than the bootleg I have. ;)

TREKmaniacX
06-02-2009, 04:24 PM
thanks

Gonchar
07-06-2009, 05:42 AM
Thnx (:

bellhop13
11-03-2009, 01:46 AM
can u post the link? thank you.

Joseph
11-03-2009, 01:10 PM
He can't. I believe this is one of the labels that aren't allowed to be posted here anymore.

Leon Scott Kennedy
11-03-2009, 01:22 PM
He can't. I believe this is one of the labels that aren't allowed to be posted here anymore.
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La-La Land Records releases are still allowed.

Joseph
11-03-2009, 01:39 PM
Really? I wonder why he removed the link, then.

Stinkor
01-29-2011, 07:28 PM
Any chance of a re-up on this?

cardanth
01-30-2011, 04:34 AM
Any chance of a re-up on this?

ditto

Amanda
01-30-2011, 04:37 AM
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Here is a new link:
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password: BOB

Ledster
01-30-2011, 01:57 PM
Thanks!

ArcAngel7459
02-01-2011, 08:48 PM
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Here is a new link:
MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service ([Only registered and activated users can see links])
password: BOB

You ROCK BD!!!!

Stinkor
02-02-2011, 09:35 AM
Thank you so much, Babydoll!

Soundtracker2010
02-06-2011, 02:08 AM
The link is gone again. Can you please re-up? I ave been looking for this one since it came out and was sold out in five minutes.

Amanda
02-06-2011, 02:38 AM
@ Soundtracker....you have mail.

Anyone else wanting this mail, feel free to pm me.

dsguardian
02-06-2011, 02:58 AM
Here you go! Enjoy! 320kbps mp3

No password


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Amanda
02-06-2011, 03:05 AM
I'm going to keep mine as pm for now, so we can have a wrking link a while longer. This score seems to be targeted, probably by the FSM crowd, all offended over LaLa posts...:b

Soundtracker2010
02-06-2011, 03:07 AM
Hey, thanks a lot my man. Anything you need, if I have it, it's yours.

dsguardian
02-06-2011, 03:10 AM
I'm going to keep mine as pm for now, so we can have a wrking link a while longer. This score seems to be targeted, probably by the FSM crowd, all offended over LaLa posts...:b

Maybe so. Seeing how it's sold out, I see no harm in posting it. (Granted, the FSM folks think they're the almighty soundtrack gods who have control over the universe, so there's no point trying to argue the point with them, but screw it, I'm sick of their BS.) So if anyone wants to use this link while it's up, feel free. Or if you want to PM Babydoll, that works too. :)

Amanda
02-06-2011, 03:11 AM
No harm I figure, since they sold them all, they have made their money. And, it never hurts to have a couple of sources...options are good. :D

gk2011
02-06-2011, 12:05 PM
Thanks so much for the repost! Small rant: I think it's pretty lousy of folks to package "limited editions" of art; that's so counter to what art is supposed to be about. Imagine if Shakespeare had "limited edition" plays that only a few thousand people could enjoy. I think that business model is silly when it comes to soundtracks. Package the soundtrack & price it reasonably (unlike the new Danny Elfman box set - $500? Really?) and people will buy it. My two cents....

Soundtracker2010
02-06-2011, 12:59 PM
Funny you mention Danny Elfman. I have never been a hug fan of his anyhow. All of his stuff sounds the same as if some half insane eight year old got a hold of a baton. The constant up and down notes drive me crazy and he, like many of the contemporary composers really don't write music and themes so much as moods.

As for limited editions, I ave had conversations with some of these album producers and their take is interesting. In many cases they can only afford to make a deal for a limited edition as part of an agreement with the musicians union. If they go over 1000 units or two or three thousand then they have to pay a tremendous amount of money for what is, let's face it , a very small market. Most orchestral soundtracks only sell a couple of thousand units so we need to continue to support those labels that put them out there. We are lucky to have them no matter how draconian they can be. I agree though that once a title is sold out one should be free to share it. Also, many of us are in no position to spend the extra money in this economy. I for one, am thankful.

phbart
02-06-2011, 05:35 PM
FLAC VERSION WITH COMPLETE ARTWORK

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I don't know if those were the original links posted by mad777. I simply found them and pasted here... ;)

gk2011
02-06-2011, 07:31 PM
Thanks for explaining the process; it makes more sense now. I wonder if the artist would make more if they made the albums available as digital downloads on Amazon/Itunes instead of the limited edition CDs...maybe more of us would buy rather than share? Of course, the soundtrack collectors marketplace is more interested in CDs.

I appreciate your point about Elfman; in my humble opinion, his recent works don't have the impact of his classic works such as Edward Scissorhands, Nightmare Before Christmas, Batman, and the Beetlejuice main theme. I'd be happy to pay $100.00 for a box set, but $500.00 is too much.



Funny you mention Danny Elfman. I have never been a hug fan of his anyhow. All of his stuff sounds the same as if some half insane eight year old got a hold of a baton. The constant up and down notes drive me crazy and he, like many of the contemporary composers really don't write music and themes so much as moods.

As for limited editions, I ave had conversations with some of these album producers and their take is interesting. In many cases they can only afford to make a deal for a limited edition as part of an agreement with the musicians union. If they go over 1000 units or two or three thousand then they have to pay a tremendous amount of money for what is, let's face it , a very small market. Most orchestral soundtracks only sell a couple of thousand units so we need to continue to support those labels that put them out there. We are lucky to have them no matter how draconian they can be. I agree though that once a title is sold out one should be free to share it. Also, many of us are in no position to spend the extra money in this economy. I for one, am thankful.

shineshrine
02-26-2012, 09:20 AM
Thanks for the FLAC links phbart. The 2nd part is broken, any chance of a re-up?

edit: Ok, re downloaded and it's fine.

cartney77
02-28-2012, 07:25 PM
Such a wonderful release for a great score. The ZAZ team really knew how much a good score would help their style of comedy - see also Maurice Jarre's "Top Secret". Thanks to John Landis for convincing Elmer Bernstein (for "Animal House") that he could do comedies ...or we would have missed out on so much (like "Stripes" or "Spies Like Us" which is one of the really great Bernstein scores).

loe
09-17-2012, 05:43 PM
The second part is broken again,please re-up?