CD Dune [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] (CD 247048),
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Dune [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

  • 1. Prologue - (with Toto)
    2. Main Title - (with Toto)
    3. Robot Fight - (with Toto)
    4. Leto's Theme - (with Toto)
    5. Box, The - (with Toto)
    6. Floating Fat Man, The (The Baron) - (with Toto)
    7. Trip to Arrakis - (with Toto)
    8. First Attack - (with Toto)
    9. Prophecy Theme - (with Daniel Lanois/Roger Eno/Toto/Brian Eno)
    10. Dune (Desert Theme) - (with Toto)
    11. Paul Meets Chani - (with Toto)
    12. Prelude (Take My Hand) - (with Toto)
    13. Paul Takes the Water of Life - (with Toto)
    14. Big Battle - (with Toto)
    15. Paul Kills Feyd - (with Toto)
    16. Final Dream - (with Toto)
    17. Take My Hand - (with Toto)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 823770-2

  • Credits
    ProducerToto; Brian Eno
    EngineerOswald Gritch; Brent Averill; Franz Pusch; Geoff Workman; Al Schmitt; Shep Lonsdale; Tom Fletcher; Tom Knox; Bill Jackson

    Original soundtrack composed by Toto except "Prophecy Theme" (Brian Eno).
    The original soundtrack to DUNE features 17 tracks from Toto and the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, as well as Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois.
    Composer: Toto.
    Personnel: Steve Lukather (vocals, guitar); David Paich, Steve Porcaro (vocals, keyboards); Mike Porcaro (cello, acoustic bass, electric bass, percussion); Marty Paich (strings, keyboards); Jeff Porcaro (drums, percussion); Emil Richards, Robert Zimmitti (percussion).
    Recording information: Austrophon Studio; Austrophon Studio, Vienna, Austria.
    Unknown Contributor Role: Vienna Symphony Orchestra.
    Dune was never going to be an easy film to score. Dense, overreaching, and confusing, David Lynch's interpretation of the canon of Frank Herbert surely didn't leave many stylistic decisions strolling in through the front door. Yet despite the soft rock pabulum of its past, Toto constructed a luxuriant and peculiar soundtrack that injects Dune with a barren majesty the film often failed to create on its own. The Vienna Symphony Orchestra lends these peculiar compositions a much-needed precision. Brian Eno helps out with the haunting synth hymns of "Prophecy Theme." Remarkably, Dune is perhaps the only Lynch film where one could not wish the discovery of Angelo Badalamenti to have come sooner. Equally prescient horror and throwback to Hollywood epics of old -- there is nothing else to imagine but the organic, spiritual futurism of the film itself. ~ Dean Carlson

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