Devils' Planets: The Music of Tristram Cary
 

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Released:  September 2003
Publisher:  BBC Music
Format: 2 x CD
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Note:  Contains a selection of Cary's incidental music from the Doctor Who TV stories The Daleks, The Daleks' Masterplan and The Mutants.

Cover blurb:
AMBIENT, ELECTRONIC AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC COMPOSED BY TRISTRAM CARY
DOCTOR WHO THEME COMPOSED BY RON GRAINER, REALISED BY DELIA DERBYSHIRE
ADDITIONAL SOUNDS BY BRIAN HODGSON

CD1

1 Doctor Who (Original Theme) (1'24)

"THE DALEKS" (Serial B, 1963)
2-9 Episode 1 — The Dead Planet (9'23)
10-12 Episode 2 — The Survivors (2'48)
13-14 Episode 3 — The Escape (3'06)
15-17 Episode 4 — The Ambush (3'30)
18-20 Episode 5 — The Expedition (4'12)
21-24 Episode 6 — The Ordeal (4'57)
25 Episode 7 — The Rescue (2'22)

"THE DALEKS' MASTER PLAN" (Serial V, 1965)
26-32 Episode 1 — The Nightmare Begins (4'08)
33-40 Episode 2 — Day of Armageddon (4'26)
41-45 Episode 3 — Devil's Planet (2'43)
46-49 Episode 4 — The Traitors (3'58)
50-55 Episode 5 — Counter Plot (4'43)
56-62 Episode 6 — Coronas of the Sun (4'38)
63-64 Episode 7 — The Feast of Steven (4'10)
65-69 Episode 8 — Volcano (1'46)
70-77 Episode 9 — Golden Death (6'32)
78-80 Episode 10 — Escape Switch (2'15)
81-83 Episode 11 — The Abandoned Planet (2'19)

CD2

"THE DALEK'S MASTER PLAN" (continued)
1-6 Episode 12 — Destruction of Time (16'52)

"THE MUTANTS" (Serial EE, 1972)
7-45 I-XXIX (59'43)

46 Doctor Who: Closing Theme (1'15)

CD1 total playing time: 72'37
CD2 total playing time 78'02

Music also featured in The Rescue, The Ark & The Power of the Daleks. See booklet for complete tracklisting
Music composed by Tristram Cary. Compiled and produced for disc by Mark Ayres


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