Demolition - Lost Into Space album flac
- Album: Lost Into Space
- FLAC: 1999 mb | MP3: 1424 mb
- Released: 1995
- Style: Hard Trance, Ambient
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 315
- Format: XM ASF WAV FLAC ADX VQF RA
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|A||Lost Into Space
Written-By – Chandragupta, Kike Boy
|B1||Space (Chill Out Mix)
Written-By – Chandragupta, Kike Boy, R. Spatz
|B2||Lost In Spacid
Written-By – Chandragupta, Kike Boy
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Quality Madrid S.L.
- Copyright (c) – Quality Madrid S.L.
- Published By – Arisa Editorial
- Marketed By – Quality Madrid S.L.
- Distributed By – Quality Madrid S.L.
- Distributed By – Dani Records, S.L.
- Distributed By – Contraseña S.L.
- Distributed By – 100% Profesional
- Pressed By – MPO
- Printed By – Offset ALG, S.A.
- Executive-Producer – Carlos Arias C.A.S.
- Mastered By – Y.D.*
- Producer – Kike Boy
- Sleeve – Alex C*, M2M
NotesThis records is dedicated to everybody who made this work able to be released. Thanks for bringing me the energy that makes my mind work. From this mind I bring to you this message:
We are continuously moving because we are trance!!!
Special Thanks to David, Ruben, Medex & Dj Chus
Distribuidor para Cataluña: Dani Records S.L.
Distribuidor para Levante: Contraseña S.L.
Distribuidor para el Sur: 100% Profesional
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 8423998000951
- Barcode (Text): 8 423998 000951
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): MPO QR-147 A Y.D.
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): MPO QR-147 B Y.D.
- Depósito Legal: M-7899-1995
Lost In Space soundtrack from 1998, composed by Bruce Broughton. Released by Intrada in 2016 (Special Collection Vol. 340) containing music from Lost in Space (1998).
Demolition – Lost Into Space. Label: Quality Madrid – QR-147. Written-By – Chandragupta, Kike Boy. 5:58. B1. Space (Chill Out Mix). Written-By – Chandragupta, Kike Boy, R. Spatz. 3:24.
Demolition - Lost into space. Fred ventura - Lost In Paris (Extended Version).
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Затерянные в космосе. Lost in Space (original title). 1h Adventure, Drama, Family TV Series (2018– ). Episode Guide. The Robinson family scrambles to launch from the Lost Planet, stage an impossible rescue, and reach the Resolute before it leaves orbit for good. Unfortunately, some have other plans. Maureen finds a solution to the fuel issue, but putting her plan into action proves trickier than expected. Dr. Smith realizes her cover is blown.
Album cover of Lost in Space Original Television Soundtrack, Volume 1 CD, with music by John Williams (ASIN B000001P1R). The original pilot and much of Season One reused Bernard Herrmann's eerie score from the classic sci-fi film The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951). There were no other legal challenges to the title until 1995, when New Line Cinema announced their intention to turn Lost in Space into a big budget motion picture. New Line had purchased the screen rights from Prelude Pictures (which had acquired the screen rights from the Irwin Allen Estate in 1993).