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Star Trek - Newly Recorded Music, Volume One

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Star Trek - Newly Recorded Music, Volume One was a soundtrack album released by Varèse Sarabande Records in 1990. It was a rerecording of the original score for the Star Trek: The Original Series episodes "Charlie X", "The Corbomite Maneuver", "Mudd's Women", and "The Doomsday Machine"; however, unlike the later Symphonic Suites releases by Label X Records, the individual cues were kept separate.

The originally recorded score for "The Doomsday Machine" was released by GNP Crescendo Records two years later on Star Trek - Original Television Soundtrack, Volume Two, while the same suite from "The Corbomite Maneuver", in its originally recorded form, appeared on The Best of Star Trek, Volume Two.

Track listing Edit

# Title/Runtime
1 Main Title and Closing Theme (1:23)
"The Corbomite Maneuver"
2 Radiation/Cube Radiation/Baby Balok/Fesarius Approaches (5:06)
"Charlie X"
3 Kirk's Command/Charlie's Mystery/Charlie's Gift (3:36)
4 Kirk is Worried/Card Tricks/Charlie's Yen (3:22)
5 Zap Sam/Zap Janice/Zap the Cap/Zap the Spaceship (4:18)
6 Charlie's Friend/Goodbye Charlie/Finale (2:44)
"The Doomsday Machine"
7 Goodbye Mr. Decker/Kirk Does it Again (5:45)
"Mudd's Women"
8 Three Venuses/Meet Mr. Mudd/Hello Girls/Venus Aboard/Mudd Laffs (3:10)
9 Hello Ruth/The Last Crystal/The Venus Drug (4:30)
10 Planet Rigel/Eve is Out/Space Radio (4:08)
11 Eve Cooks/Pretty Eve/Mudd's Farewell (3:16)
Total running time: 41:18

Previous soundtrack release: Series Next soundtrack release:
Star Trek - Original Television Soundtrack, Volume One Star Trek: The Original Series Soundtrack Star Trek - Newly Recorded Music, Volume Two

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