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Stargate: Atlantis



Stargate: Atlantis (2004)

Joel Goldsmith (main theme; multiple episodes) 

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Good heroic themes, some filler.
Bret Wheadon (January 22, 2008)
Unlike the most recent Stargate SG-1 album, which features suites of music from the first two seasons, this CD only contains music for the pilot episode of Stargate Atlantis - and while Joel Goldsmith has some good writing chops, especially on the rousing, melodic action cues, his more reflective cues tend to be unmemorable. Cuts like "Tayla's Village" and "The Hologram" don't develop a specific melodic theme, and just seem to hazily wander from point to point without making an impact. And despite his father's gift for making music that could sound truly alien, (such as "Planet of the Apes") nothing by the younger Goldsmith is new or revelatory, despite the action taking place in another galaxy - the music is of the same stamp as what can be found in any number of similar shows. This is good, competent television writing, with some especially noteworthy brass and percussion cues ("The Rising", "Dart Battle") - but it's also very safe and familiar, and several cues seem to be just marking time.

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