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Musique de Marco Beltrami

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The Time Machine was DreamWorks’ 2002 big-budget adaptation of H.G. Wells’ seminal 1895 novella. Adapted by John Logan (Gladiator) and directed by Simon Wells—the author’s great-grandson—it drew from both from the original book and George Pal’s popular 1960 film version.

In the new film, Guy Pearce plays an inventor who creates a time machine to travel back in time and prevent the death of his beloved fiancée. But he is catapulted into Earth’s far future, where he helps a society of peaceful Eloi free themselves from the vicious, underground-dwelling Morlocks.

The Time Machine was the first solo score for German composer Klaus Badelt, then working for Hans Zimmer, but soon to have a prominent career of his own: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Constantine, The Promise, Poseidon and many more.

Badelt wrote a sweeping, magnificent, fan-favorite score for The Time Machine. The music is acoustic and symphonic, befitting the aesthetics of the 19th century protagonist, and the grand, romantic adventure he takes across time. The orchestra is embellished with tribal music for Earth’s future denizens, and aggressive, modernist stylings for the terrifying Morlocks—all of it beautifully produced for a modern blockbuster.

Varèse Sarabande released The Time Machine in a 15-track program at the time of the film. This Deluxe Edition expands the album to 23 tracks and 76 minutes, with new liner notes by composer and author Brian Satterwhite.

Opening Titles (Professor Alexander Hartdegen)

Wish Me Luck

Marry Me

Emma Dies

In A Week…

Bleecker Street

Emma Dies #2

I Don't Belong Here

In The Year 2030

Time Travel / Asteroid

Where Am I?

Are They Friendly? / Good Night

The Stones And The River

Morlocks Attack

Where The Ghosts Are

Descending Into Morlocks' World

The Master

Time Machine Fight

Alex Reconsiders

The Escape



Good Night: Suite

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