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Various - The Man Who Fell To Earth album

Various - The Man Who Fell To Earth album

  • Performer: Various
  • Genre: Electronic / Screen, Stage
  • Title: The Man Who Fell To Earth
  • Released: 09 Sep 2016
  • Style: Ambient
  • Label: UMC
  • Catalog: 6 02547 99030 3
  • Country: Europe
  • MP3 version size: 1578 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2281 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 429


1Louis ArmstrongBlueberry Hill.2:52
2Stomu Yamash'ta33 1/37:16
3Stomu Yamash'taMandala8:37
4John PhillipsRhumba Boogie2:01
5John PhillipsSpace Capsule1:49
6John PhillipsWindow1:44
7John PhillipsHello Mary Lou3:18
8John PhillipsJazz II2:48
9John PhillipsBoys From The South1:44
10Stomu Yamash'taOne Way4:20
11John PhillipsJazz0:59
12Bournemouth Symphony OrchestraVenus The Bringer Of Peace7:42
13John PhillipsAmerica1:00
14Bournemouth Symphony OrchestraMars: The Bringer Of War (Excerpt)3:11
15Kingston TrioTry To Remember3:05
16Stomu Yamash'taWind Words6:44
17Genevieve WaiteLove Is Coming Back2:29
18John PhillipsDesert Shack2:02
19Stomu Yamash'taMemory Of Hiroshima6:18
20Robert FarnonSilent Night1:39
21John PhillipsLiar, Liar3:04
22John PhillipsBluegrass Breakdown1:37
23John PhillipsThe Man Who Fell To Earth (Demo)2:41
24Stomu Yamash'taPoker Dice6:43
25John PhillipsAlberto1:38


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
479 921-7Various The Man Who Fell To Earth ‎(Box + 2xCD, Album + 2xLP)UMC479 921-7Europe2016
UICY-15586/7Various The Man Who Fell To Earth ‎(2xCD, Album, SHM)UMCUICY-15586/7Japan2016
4799030Various The Man Who Fell To Earth (Original Soundtrack Recording) ‎(2xCD, Album)UMC4799030Canada2016
479 903-0Various The Man Who Fell To Earth Original Soundtrack Recording ‎(2xCD, Comp)Universal UMC479 903-0Europe2016
B0025718-02Various The Man Who Fell To Earth ‎(2xCD)UMCB0025718-02US2016


Made in the EU.

℗ 2016 UMC, a division of Universal Music Operations Ltd. © 2016 UMC, a division of Universal Music Operations Ltd.


  • Barcode: 6 02547 99030 3
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 06025 570 929-0 01 # 53998728
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 0141
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 06025 570 929-1 01 # 53998293
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 0116
  • Mastering SID Code (both CDs): IFPI L207
  • Other (both Cds): MADE IN GERMANY BY EDC


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – UMC
  • Copyright (c) – UMC
  • Record Company – Universal International Music B.V.
  • Made By – EDC, Germany – 53998728
  • Made By – EDC, Germany – 53998293



Dorizius Dorizius
Sure, some music is missing, but I'm glad someone finally released most of it on CD. Ironically, now I only listen to a CDR I made of the Stomu Yamashta and John Phillips tracks.
Rivik Rivik
Some of the John Phillips music on this edition is not the same as what is heard in the film. 'Window' & 'Alberto' are either alternate versions or different mixes. Also missing is the jazz music that Farnsworth plays in his apartment at the beginning of the film. The cues known as 'Window', 'Alberto' & the unknown jazz music I refer to above were part of the mysterious incidental music in the film that fans had been asking about for years, so much so that no one was even certain as to who composed it. Now we finally know, but this edition uses different versions of those cues unfortunately. And that jazz music at the beginning of the film is still unaccounted for.I'm sure the people who put this edition together did the very best they could with whatever was on those recently found master tapes, but I can't help but feeling a bit disappointed that the 3 or 4 pieces by John Phillips that I most wanted over the years are the very same cues which have different(re: not as good as the film) mixes, or are still missing(mystery jazz track) with no mention of them in the liner notes of this edition.It's a shame because this music is not available anywhere else, unlike all of the other pieces in the soundtrack. So we will probably never get the actual versions that John Phillips composed for the film.
Ironfire Ironfire
This would be good to get, if you can find it:
xander xander
Booooo Hoooo! Sadly...there's still important music missing! Whilst it is good to have the music presented on this double disc, it is sad that we still are not any closer to having those few missing pieces (like the jazz track Farnsworth plays at the start of the movie). Where are they? It would be good if the disc liner notes gave some explanation!