- Dune (soundtrack)
Dune Soundtrack album by Toto Released December 1984 Genre Symphonic rock Length 40:59 Label Polydor Records Producer Toto, Brian Eno Music sample"Dune Prophecy Theme" Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic  Filmtracks http://www.filmtracks.com/titles/dune.html</ref>
Dune is an original soundtrack album for the 1984 film Dune. Most of the album was composed by the popular rock band Toto — their first and only film score — but one track was contributed by Brian Eno. The soundtrack album was first released in December 1984. An extended version with an altered track listing was released in 1997. Both versions are currently out of print.
The instrumental soundtrack was recorded by the band (minus lead singer Bobby Kimball), accompanied by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and the Vienna Volksoper Choir, conducted by Marty Paich, father of Toto keyboardist David Paich. "Prophecy Theme" was composed for the movie by Brian Eno, who is rumored to have written and composed an entire earlier Dune soundtrack, although only "Prophecy Theme" and some incidental background music survived in the final film version.
The first release of the soundtrack contained select cues in their original film order, plus two pieces of dialogue from the movie that served as bookends for two tracks ("Prologue" and "The Floating Fat Man (The Baron)"). This first issue was released by Polydor Records. The album was notable for including an alternative take of the "Main Title", that had not been used in the film.
An extended version, containing additional cues not included on the first soundtrack issue, was released in 1997 on PEG Records, an independent label division of Polygram. On this issue multiple tracks had mastering problems which resulted in audible distortion in the form of a 'wobbling' effect. Furthermore, many cues (particularly in the second half of the expanded CD) were mislabeled and placed out of film order. The album was nonetheless notable for including the film version of the "Main Title", and an original demo of the main title music.
There are several differences between the music on the two soundtrack albums and that heard in the film. For example, the end title theme, "Take My Hand", is heard on the OST CDs minus the orchestration heard in the final film mix. The version of "Robot Fight" on the original OST is heard in the theatrical version, while the version on the expanded CD is only heard in the extended "Allen Smithee" TV version of the film. The cues "Riding The Sandworm" (from the expanded CD) and "Dune (Desert Theme)", "Prelude (Take My Hand)", "Paul Kills Feyd" & "Final Dream" (from both soundtrack issues) are not heard in the movie, and are replaced by either repeated or alternate cues. However, the television version does restore "Paul Kills Feyd" in its original place in the movie, and "Dune (Desert Theme)", which was intended as the end title music, is replaced by "Take My Hand."
Original Polydor Release
No. Title Time Written by 1 Prologue 1:48 David Paich, David Lynch 2 Main Title 1:20 David Paich 3 Robot Fight 1:14 Jeff Porcaro, Mike Porcaro, Steve Porcaro 4 Leto's Theme 1:45 David Paich 5 The Box 2:38 David Paich, Marty Paich 6 The Floating Fat Man (The Baron) 1:26 David Paich, Jeff Porcaro 7 Trip to Arrakis 2:36 David Paich 8 First Attack 2:48 David Paich, Jeff Porcaro, Steve Lukather 9 Prophecy Theme 4:21 Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois, Roger Eno 10 Dune (Desert Theme) 5:32 David Paich, Jeff Porcaro, Steve Porcaro 11 Paul Meets Chani 3:05 David Paich 12 Prelude (Take My Hand) 1:00 David Paich, Jeff Porcaro 13 Paul Takes the Water of Life 2:52 David Paich, Jeff Porcaro, Steve Lukather 14 Big Battle 3:08 David Paich, Jeff Porcaro 15 Paul Kills Feyd 1:52 David Paich, Jeff Porcaro, Steve Porcaro 16 Final Dream 1:25 David Paich 17 Take My Hand 2:38 David Paich, Jeff Porcaro
No. Title Time 1 Prologue / Main Title 3:20 2 Guild Report 0:55 3 House Atreides 1:44 4 Paul Atreides 2:22 5 Robot Fight 1:23 6 Leto's Theme 1:47 7 The Box 2:41 8 The Floating Fat Man (The Baron) 1:16 9 Departure 1:14 10 The Trip to Arrakis 2:40 11 Sandworm Attack 2:52 12 The Betrayal / Shields Down 4:31 13 First Attack 2:49 14 The Duke's Death 2:06 15 Sandworm Chase 2:40 16 The Fremen 3:08 17 Secrets of the Fremen 2:25 18 Paul Meets Chani 3:08 19 Destiny 2:57 20 Riding the Sandworm 1:27 21 Reunion With Gurney 1:42 22 Prelude (Take My Hand) 1:03 23 Paul Takes the Water of Life 2:52 24 The Sleeper Has Awakened! 3:23 25 Big Battle 3:09 26 Paul Kills Feyd 1:55 27 Final Dream 1:26 28 Dune (Desert Theme) 5:33 29 Dune Main Title - Demo Version 1:26 30 Take My Hand 2:42
- Fergie Frederiksen - Vocals
- Bobby Kimball - Vocals
- Steve Lukather - Guitar, vocals
- David Paich - Keyboards, vocals
- Steve Porcaro - Keyboards, vocals
- Mike Porcaro - Bass guitar, cello
- Jeff Porcaro - Drums, percussion
- Vienna Symphony Orchestra
Catalogue: (CD) Columbia 8237702, (CD) Polydor 823770-2, (LP) Polydor 8237701, (CD) Polygram International 823770
- ^ Allmusic review
- ^ "Dune (Toto)". Filmtracks. http://www.filmtracks.com/titles/dune.html. Retrieved 2011-10-19.
The extended Dune series of fictional worksOriginal series
- Dune: The Butlerian Jihad (2002)
- Dune: The Machine Crusade (2003)
- Dune: The Battle of Corrin (2004)
Great Schools of Dune
- Paul of Dune (2008)
- The Winds of Dune (2009)
OtherFilm adaptationsGamesCompanion books
- The Sisterhood of Dune (forthcoming)
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