Just can't beat that high-drama Star Wars score can you? This might be one of John Williams’ biggest achievements in a long career of scoring films: Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope introduces all the key themes that would go on to reign over the series. High resolution mastering, pressed to 2 audiophile-grade 180g LPs: gold ones!
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- 88985316621 / Limited 180g gold coloured vinyl reissue, gatefold 2LP on Sony
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8/10 Jack Customer review, 26th May 2016
From the opening Fox Fanfare to the first notes of John Williams score, Star Wars: A New Hope is the one of the greatest scores of all time. While I prefer the maturity of Return of the Jedi, A New Hope is just as good, because it is the score that began it all. It is the classic score from the trilogy. While there are not as many themes so well known as Star Wars, the classics are there. Luke's theme, the Force theme, Leia's theme and the old school style of the orchestra. Themes like the Imperial march are hinted at, but not fully realised.
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