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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

1 January 1986 11 Songs, 36 minutes ℗ 1986 Geffen Records

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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

Released: November 26, 1986

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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Intrada (MAF 7114)

Released: December 13, 2011

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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home MCA (MCAD 6195)

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  • Theme from STAR TREK Television Series Music by ALEXANDER COURAGE
  • GENESIS PROJECT by CRAIG HUXLEY
  • I HATE YOU Written by KIRK THATCHER Arranged by MARK MANGINI Performed by EDGE OF ETIQUETTE

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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Leonard Rosenman

11 SONGS • 36 MINUTES • JAN 01 1986

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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (expanded soundtrack)

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Marking the first foray of soundtrack label Intrada into the neutral zone of Star Trek movie music, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home is a risky thing to release, then or now. It’s also the only Star Trek adventure for Leonard Rosenman ( Beneath The Planet Of The Apes , Ralph Bakshi’s animated Lord Of The Rings ), and it’s been misunderstood since the original 35-minute soundtrack album was released by MCA in 1986. Rosenman’s approach to film scoring was always steeped in his classical background, and while that doesn’t mean that he wasn’t suited to making movie music, his old-school sensibilities on such things as formal structure haven’t won him as wide a fan base as, say, Jerry Goldsmith or John Williams .

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The other alternates reveal a slightly darker take on the themes for the inscrutible, cylindrical alien probe and the whaling ship at the end of the movie, both of which are looking for the same thing; the alternate whaling ship cue is a more violent, guttural sounding piece, almost like Goldsmith action music.

Heard in the movie, but previously unheard on a soundtrack album, are the series of vignettes at the beginning of the movie, reintroducing us to the Enterprise crew and their purloined Klingon ship, setting up the conflict with the Klingons in a diplomatic vanue on Earth, and setting up the probe crisis from the vantage point of Starfleet Command. This music is presented as a single suite, mainly because the scenes were presented that way too. Another series of vignettes, “In San Francisco”, follows Kirk’s fish-out-of-water crew through their haphazard attempts to function on 20th century Earth, and is perhaps a bit less successful as it falls back on stereotypical samplings of various “ethnic” music types to represent the nationalities of the crew. There’s somewhat predictable Eastern-scale music for the Sulu scenes that we barely got to see (much of the 20th century Sulu scenes, including a run-in with a potential ancestor, were cut from the movie), as well as Scottish and Russan refrains for Scotty and Chekov.

Several of the cues may leave Trek music fans cringing precisely because they don’t fit neatly into the template established by Goldsmith and James Horner in the first three movies. Rosenman was assigned to score a movie that was basically a comedy with a dramatic framing device, and that’s how the movie is scored. It worked well with the movie, but purely as a listening experience, even with the added material, it probably won’t satisfy listeners expecting a “hey, the music wasn’t that bad” revelation like the expanded Star Trek V soundtrack gave us.

It’s good to finally be able to hear more than 35 minutes of music, though, and even the movie’s comedy trappings have a musical payoff: the song written especially for the punk-on-the-bus scene, “I Hate You”, is heard in full, performed by an ad hoc band formed by some of the movie’s production team. In the film, the song gets shut down in the first chorus thanks to Spock’s timely nerve-pinching intervention, but here we get to hear it in all of its recorded-in-one-take lo-fi glory. It sounds like a local punk band’s recorded-on-cassette-in-the-living-room opus, which succeeds in ways that a licensed, “bought-in” and professionally produced song wouldn’t have. It also provides the Trek soundtrack library with its first explicit lyrics warning label (!) with an F-bomb right before the song ends.

Logo / Main Title (2:52) Starfleet Command / On Vulcan / Spock / Ten Seconds of Tension (1:40) The Probe (1:16) The Probe—Transition / The Take-Off / Menace of the Probe / Clouds and Water / Crew Stunned (3:08) Time Travel (1:28) Market Street (4:38) In San Francisco (2:01) Chekov’s Run (1:21) Gillian Seeks Kirk (2:42) Hospital Chase (1:14) The Whaler (2:00) Crash / Whale Fugue (8:38) Kirk Freed (0:44) Home Again / End Credits (5:39) Ballad of the Whale (4:59) Main Title (alternate) (2:56) Time Travel (alternate) (1:29) Chekov’s Run (album ending) (1:19) The Whaler (alternate) (2:05) Crash / Whale Fugue (album track) (8:15) Home Again and End Credits (alternate) (5:16) Main Title (album track) (2:40) Whale Fugue (alternate) (1:05) I Hate You (1:59) Released by: Intrada Release date: 2012 Total running time: 72:44

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1986 MCA Records Release - Music Composed By Leonard Rosenman - Songs Include : 1. Main Title / 2. Whaler / 3. Market Street - Yellowjackets / 4. Crash-Whale Fugue / 5. Ballad Of The Whale - Yellowjackets / 6. Gillian Seeks Kirk / 7. Chekov's Run / 8. Time Travel / 9. Hospital Chase / 10. Probe / 11. Home Again : End Credits

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  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ February 7, 2008
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The Secret Way Discovery Honors Previous Star Trek Shows

Posted: June 13, 2024 | Last updated: June 14, 2024

<p>One of the most common criticisms of Star Trek: Discovery is that the writers and producers don’t really care about the franchise, but that’s certainly not true. For all the show’s faults, it was clearly a labor of love for everyone involved, and you can tell because they found a creative way to continually honor past characters and series. Even though it’s very easy to miss, Discovery would frequently name starships after famous Star Trek characters, a practice that only increased when the show jumped forward in time to the 32nd century.</p>

One of the most common criticisms of Star Trek: Discovery is that the writers and producers don’t really care about the franchise, but that’s certainly not true. For all the show’s faults, it was clearly a labor of love for everyone involved, and you can tell because they found a creative way to continually honor past characters and series. Even though it’s very easy to miss, Discovery would frequently name starships after famous Star Trek characters, a practice that only increased when the show jumped forward in time to the 32nd century.

<p>Early on in Star Trek: Discovery, Paramount pulled out all the stops to give us the biggest space battle the franchise had ever seen. In “Battle at the Binary Stars,” the fight shows an epic showdown between Starfleet and the Klingons in a cosmic conflict that puts the Borg fight in First Contact to shame. Fortunately for the show’s crew, this insane battle was relatively easy to make because they were able to use leftover Shenzhou ship designs from John Eaves.</p>

Battle At The Binary Stars Is Filled With Easter Eggs

The tendency of Star Trek: Discovery to name ships after beloved characters began very early on, as evidenced by some of the Starfleet vessels in “Battle at the Binary Stars.” For example, one of the ships is named the USS Shran, and this is meant to honor the fan-favorite Andorian character from Enterprise, played so perfectly by Jeffrey Combs.

The writers also channeled their love of the early movies when they named another ship, the USS T’Plana-Hath, after a Vulcan philosopher briefly mentioned in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.

<p>When John Eaves first read the script for “Battle at the Binary Stars,” he was shocked by the fact that it called for only six Federation vessels to take part in the conflict. He came to the simple conclusion that the episode “needed more ships,” and Fuller agreed with the artist. </p><p>They decided to take the path of least resistance and use some of Eaves’ discarded Shenzhou designs to create new Federation starships.</p>

Discovery’s Future Setting Let The Writers Have Some Fun

Early on in Star Trek: Discovery, it was a little harder to name ships after recognizable characters because the first two seasons took place about a decade before The Original Series. However, the second season ended with the Discovery and its crew jumping forward in time to the 32nd century. They eventually linked up with the Federation of the future, which was the perfect excuse for the writers to honor more of our favorite characters with new ships.

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Season 4 Includes The USS Janeway

For example, one of the ships that investigated the Dark Matter Anomaly of the fourth season was the USS Janeway. This was named, of course, after Captain Kathryn Janeway, someone whose Delta Quadrant adventures on the Voyager had presumably become the stuff of Starfleet legend. Putting such a ship in the 32nd century was a great way to honor Janeway’s legacy even after she returned to the franchise in the Prodigy cartoon.

<p>In some cases, these Star Trek: Discovery Easter eggs take on a more somber note. A great example of this is the USS Nog, named after the Ferengi character and Starfleet officer in Deep Space Nine, who, for our space bucks, had the best arc of the entire show. Sadly, Nog actor Aron Eisenberg passed away in 2019, so this ship (officially an Eisenberg-class vessel) appears in Season 3 of Discovery as a way to memorialize the dead.</p>

Honoring Departed Stars

In some cases, these Star Trek: Discovery Easter eggs take on a more somber note. A great example of this is the USS Nog, named after the Ferengi character and Starfleet officer in Deep Space Nine, who, for our space bucks, had the best arc of the entire show. Sadly, Nog actor Aron Eisenberg passed away in 2019, so this ship (officially an Eisenberg-class vessel) appears in Season 3 of Discovery as a way to memorialize the dead.

<p>This wasn’t the first time Star Trek: Discovery memorialized a beloved franchise actor who was taken away from us far too soon. In the show’s third season, Burnham investigates a mysterious phenomenon known as The Burn that destroyed many Federation starships. One such ship was the USS Yelchin, named after Anton Yelchin, the gifted young actor who played Pavel Chekov in the Star Trek reboot films.</p>

The Kelvinverse Is Honored

This wasn’t the first time Star Trek: Discovery memorialized a beloved franchise actor who was taken away from us far too soon. In the show’s third season, Burnham investigates a mysterious phenomenon known as The Burn that destroyed many Federation starships. One such ship was the USS Yelchin, named after Anton Yelchin, the gifted young actor who played Pavel Chekov in the Star Trek reboot films.

<p>However, before the Star Trek producers decided to re-use the Crossfield design, they had very ambitious plans for the Curie. Designer John Eaves created an entirely new kind of vessel for “Context Is For Kings” and went as far as creating both a physical CG model for the new ship. Eaves also worked extensively in Photoshop to create some cool damage to the ship’s exterior that was meant to illustrate a time warp gone wrong, but it turned out that all of his design efforts were in vain.</p>

A Great Way To Honor Those That Bring Star Trek To Life

If you’ve been rewatching Star Trek: Discovery now that the series has wrapped (it’s not just us, right?), it can be fun to spot these specially-named ships and other Easter eggs hidden throughout each season. These vessels are the show’s way of honoring both the franchise’s greatest characters and the actors who brought them to life, and they serve as proof that the writers and producers have a deep love for Star Trek as a whole.

Now that Starfleet Academy will serve as a 32nd-century spinoff of Discovery, we can’t wait to see which Star Trek luminaries (Will Riker, perhaps?) get immortalized as part of the Federation’s future fleet. 

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Shipping out the week of September 6, 2024 — that’s the Friday ahead of  Star Trek Day for those of you paying attention — this three-color vinyl box set features more than 50 tracks from the  Star Trek Into Darkness theatrical score, and comes with interchangeable envelopes to update the outer delta.

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The tri-color vinyl set will also include a 16 page booklet with behind the scenes photos and written material by both Giacchino and director J.J. Abrams — and the entire package will be limited to only 1,000 pieces in total, exclusive to North America.

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  1. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

    Star Trek IV provides an adventure that restores Spock to his role as a sage science officer while rehabilitating the reputation of Kirk and his crew in the eyes of the Federation as they save earth—again—from certain destruction. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home soundtrack from 1986, composed by Leonard Rosenman.

  2. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home super soundtrack suite

    Highlights from the 1986 film score Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home by Leonard Rosenman. Enjoy this super soundtrack suite!Please note all rights to the music...

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  4. ‎Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

    Listen to Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Leonard Rosenman on Apple Music. 1986. 11 Songs. Duration: 36 minutes.

  5. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (soundtrack)

    Leonard Rosenman's original 1986 score for Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Additional music by Alexander Courage, with original music performed by The Yellowjackets. Dramatic and relatively frequent statements of Alexander Courage's original Star Trek: The Original Series fanfare aside, Leonard Rosenman's light-hearted score for Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home is in many ways the odd man out in ...

  6. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)

    Theme From Star Trek (TV Series) by Alexander Courage. I Hate You. Written by Kirk R. Thatcher (as Kirk Thatcher) Arranged by Mark A. Mangini (as Mark Mangini) Performed by Edge of Etiquette. Genesis Project. by Craig Huxley (as Craig Hundley) Market Street.

  7. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home [Original Motion...

    Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] by Leonard Rosenman released in 1986. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, ...

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    Listen to Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) on Spotify. Leonard Rosenman · Album · 1986 · 11 songs.

  10. ‎Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

    Listen to Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Leonard Rosenman on Apple Music. 1986. 11 Songs. Duration: 36 minutes.

  11. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)

    Movie: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) info with movie soundtracks, credited songs, film score albums, reviews, news, and more.

  12. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986): Original Motion Picture ...

    Music by Leonard Rosenman Market Street Composed by Leonard Rosenman, Russell Ferrante and Jimmy Haslip "I Hate You" Written by Kirk Thatcher Arranged by Mar...

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  14. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Soundtrack

    The Voyage Home soundtrack is a good, but unfortunately short and hard to find star trek soundtrack. Rosenman is my second favorite star trek composer because the music so upbeat and different from the other star trek movie scores.

  15. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)

    Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home : Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) Composer(s): Leonard Rosenman Released in: 1986 Country: United States Genre: ... Also contains music from: Star Trek: The Motion Picture Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan Star Trek III: The Search For Spock Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

  16. Leonard Rosenman

    Explore songs, recommendations, and other album details for Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Leonard Rosenman. Compare different versions and buy them all on Discogs.

  17. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

    Amazon.com: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) : Leonard Rosenman: Digital Music. ... He nevertheless continued writing music for the concert stage, including a series of chamber works, two violin concertos, and a symphony. After a long absence from the screen, Rosenman resurfaced with 1966's Fantastic Voyage ...

  18. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (expanded soundtrack)

    Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (expanded soundtrack) is the extended soundtrack to Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Produced by Intrada, the single-disc release contains the extended score to the film, along with remastered versions of tracks from the original soundtrack release, alternate takes, and source music. The release includes a twenty-four page booklet featuring commentary from Lukas ...

  19. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Newly Expanded Edition)

    Marking the first foray of soundtrack label Intrada into the neutral zone of Star Trek movie music, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home is a risky thing to release, then or now. It's also the only Star Trek adventure for Leonard Rosenman (Beneath The Planet Of The Apes, Ralph Bakshi's animated Lord Of The Rings), and it's been misunderstood since the original 35-minute soundtrack album was ...

  20. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Soundtrack

    The Voyage Home soundtrack is a good, but unfortunately short and hard to find star trek soundtrack. Rosenman is my second favorite star trek composer because the music so upbeat and different from the other star trek movie scores.

  21. Leonard Rosenman

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1986 CD release of "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)" on Discogs.

  22. List of Star Trek composers and music

    The following individuals wrote movie scores, theme music, or incidental music for several episodes and/or installments of the Star Trek franchise. Other composers who contributed music to at least one episode include Don Davis, John Debney, Brian Tyler, George Romanis, Sahil Jindal, Andrea Datzman, and Kris Bowers.

  23. Leonard Nimoy's battle to Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

    Leonard Nimoy's battle with Gene Roddenberry - and Shatner's belly - to make The Search for Spock After killing off Spock in Wrath of Khan, Nimoy returned on the condition that he would ...

  24. The Secret Way Discovery Honors Previous Star Trek Shows

    Star Trek: Discovery paid homage to those came before in a subtle, but touching way that respects decades of history.

  25. Varèse Sarabande Announces Special STAR TREK: INTO DARKNESS Soundtrack

    It's been ten years since Varèse Sarabande released Michael Giacchino's expanded Star Trek Into Darkness theatrical score on CD and digital, and this week the record label has announced a return to the Kelvin Timeline's second film with a high-end vinyl box set. Shipping out the week of September 6, 2024 — that's the Friday ahead of ...

  26. All the Easter Eggs We Spotted in STAR TREK: PICARD Season 3

    The third season of Star Trek: Picard has a metric ton of Easter eggs, particularly for fans of the films and The Next Generation.

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    Maui and the threatening coconut-like Kakamora tribe are back as 'Moana 2' work in progress clips screen at Annecy.