2002 News

Ron Jones Interview
Ron Jones

December 19, 2002

Check out our exclusive interview with composer Ron Jones. Mr. Jones has also been interviewed recently by InGaming, HomeLan Fed and Tracksounds.

Enterprise Promos Removed
Star Trek: Enterprise

December 3, 2002

In order to comply with a demand from the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. United States Anti-Piracy Operations, working on the behalf of Paramount Pictures Corporation, all QuickTime promos from Enterprise have been removed from Star Trek Soundtracks. These promotional videos (the ones you see at the end of every Enterprise episode) were deemed "Unauthorized Distribution of Copyrighted Motion Pictures."

Star Trek Nemesis
Star Trek Nemesis

November 26, 2002

Varese Sarabande Records released Jerry Goldsmith's score to Star Trek Nemesis on November 26, 2002. The film itself opens in the U.S. on December 13th, 2002. The Star Trek Nemesis soundtrack has 14 tracks and runs 48:11 minutes in length. The Nemesis soundtrack is due for release in the UK, possibly in December or January.

STar Trek Nemesis Sneak PEak
Star Trek Nemesis

November 19, 2002

The official Star Trek Web site is offering a sneak peek at five tracks from the upcoming Star Trek Nemesis soundtrack. The tracks are thirty seconds in length and require Windows Media Player.

STar Trek Nemesis
Star Trek Nemesis

November 13, 2002

In the December issue of Star Trek Monthly, Rick Berman has the following to say about the Star Trek Nemesis soundtrack, "Veteran Star Trek composer Jerry Goldsmith did a remarkable score…" This is a particularly interesting comment because Mr. Berman is the driving force behind the so-called "sonic wallpaper" scores that have dominated TNG, DS9, VOY and ENT since he took over the position of Executive Producer.

Velton Ray Bunch
Velton Ray Bunch

October 21, 2002

Velton Ray Bunch will be scoring the Enterprise episode "Marauders" on October 22nd, 2002 at Paramount Scoring Stage M.

Ron Jones Interview
Ron Jones

October 14, 2002

Star Trek Soundtracks will be conducting a Q&A interview with Star Trek composer Ron Jones, whose work includes four seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation, as well as the scores for the Starfleet Academy and Starfleet Command computer games. If you'd like to ask Ron a question, please send us an e-mail. The main topics of conversation will be:

  • Ron's current and upcoming projects, with emphasis on scoring for computer games
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation
  • Star Trek game scores
Star Trek Nemesis Scoring
 

August 30, 2002

According to Jerry Goldsmith Online, the score for Star Trek: Nemesis was recorded in Los Angeles in the latter half of August.

Enterprise Promo Music
Star Trek: Enterprise

August 15, 2002

For those that are curious, the music used in the new Enterprise promo for the upcoming second season is the song "Make It Right" from the Econoline Crush album Brand New History.

STar Trek Nemesis Web Site
 

June 26, 2002

The official Star Trek: Nemesis web site is now online. The trailer for the film does contain an interesting tidbit regarding the eventual soundtrack release, which will be on Varese Sarabande Records, and not GNP Crescendo Records.

STS-111 Wake-Up Call
STS-111

June 18, 2002

StarTrek.com reports that the astronauts of the space shuttle Endeavour (STS-111) were awoken by the Enterprise theme song on Sunday, June 16th.

Broken Bow Soundtrack
Enterprise: Broken Bow

May 29, 2002

Decca Records has added a small page to their web site which features information on the Enterprise soundtrack. The page hints at an international release of the album, but gives no details.

Russell Watson
Russell Watson

May 25, 2002

Russell Watson has won two Classical BRIT Awards for his album Encore. The awards, presented on May 23, 2002 at the Royal Albert Hall in London, are for Best-Selling Classical British Artist and Rover Album of the Year. Visit the Classical BRIT web site for more information.

Broken Bow Soundtrack Poll
Enterprise: Broken Bow

May 21, 2002

TrekToday.com has a poll on the Enterprise soundtrack. So far 64.5% don't plan to buy it, 12.5% might buy it, 11.6% will buy it, 6.4% already have it, and 4.9% are undecided. The poll is on the right side of the page near the bottom.

Broken Bow Soundtrack
Enterprise: Broken Bow

May 14, 2002

Decca Records releases the Enterprise soundtrack. This recording features music from the premiere episode "Broken Bow" as composed by Dennis McCarthy, as well as regular and extended versions of the Enterprise theme song, "Where My Heart Will Take Me," as written by Diane Warren and performed by Russell Watson. This release also features "enhanced" CD-ROM content including a video of the main theme performed live by Russell Watson.

Broken Bow Soundtrack
Enterprise: Broken Bow

May 11, 2002

The official Star Trek web site has an article on the upcoming Enterprise soundtrack. The article confirms that there will be a music video of "Where My Heart Will Take Me" on the CD.

Broken Bow Soundtrack REview
Enterprise: Broken Bow

May 10, 2002

Amazon.com has a short editorial review of the upcoming Enterprise soundtrack, which is reported to contain a video of the main theme song, "Where My Heart Will Take Me." There was a rumor at one point that such a video was to be shot on the Enterprise bridge set.

Dennis McCarthy Interview
Dennis McCarthy

May 4, 2002

Among the extra features on the upcoming Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 2 DVD boxed set is an interview with Star Trek composer Dennis McCarthy. This DVD set is due for release on May 7th, 2002.

Velton Ray Bunch
Velton Ray Bunch

April 13, 2002

According to his official web site, Velton Ray Bunch will be returning to score a third episode of Enterprise. Bunch has previously scored the first season episodes "Silent Enemy" and "Acquisition."

Velton Ray Bunch
Jerry Goldsmith

May 8, 2002

According to Film Score Monthly, Jerry Goldsmith has been officially signed to compose the soundtrack for Star Trek: Nemesis. The tenth Star trek motion picture is due for release in the Fall of 2002.

Velton Ray Bunch Interview
Velton Ray Bunch

March 7, 2002

Excerpts of an interview with Velton Ray Bunch are available at TrekWeb.com. Bunch scored the Enterprise episode "Silent Enemy," and it looks like he, like all previous Star Trek composers, was forced to tone down his music at the request of the producers.

Spaced out
Spaced Out

February 18, 2002

Things are relatively slow in the world of recorded Star Trek music (still no word on an Enterprise soundtrack) so here's an odd Star Trek-related project recorded by William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy. Spaced Out: The Very Best of Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner is a collection of material recorded by the good captain and his first officer during the late 1960's. As to why anyone would suggest they do such a thing, and to why they did do such a thing, I have no idea! The material includes Shakespeare, The Beatles and Tolkien. Buyer beware, indeed.

Rick Berman Interview
Rick Berman

February 14, 2002

TrekGalaxy.com has an interview with Rick Berman in which he discusses Star Trek: Nemesis and the Enterprise theme song.

Velton Ray Bunch Joins Enterprise
Velton Ray Bunch

January 10, 2002

Tired of Enterprise reruns? The new Star Trek series returns with fresh episodes, starting with "Silent Enemy" on January 16th. Composer Velton Ray Bunch will make his Star Trek debut with "Silent Enemy." Bunch was a composer for Quantum Leap, and was brought aboard Enterprise because of his association with Scott (Captain Archer) Bakula. He has been asked to record at least one more episode for Enterprise, which is currently scored by the rotating team of Dennis McCarthy, Jay Chattaway and David Bell.

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