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BLADE RUNNER - ESPER RETIREMENT EDITION (25TH ANNIVERSARY CULMINATION)

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Blade Runner - Esper Retirement Edition (25th Anniversary Culmination)


Artist : Vangelis Title : Blade Runner
Label : Esper Productions Ltd. Catalog : None
Format : 6 Disc Box Set. 5 x CDr, DVDr Limited To : Unknown
Barcode : 7 B-26354-D9732 0 Type : Bootleg
Country : United Kingdom Rarity : *****
Year : 2007 Interest : ****
Genre : Soundtrack Sound Quality : *****

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░▓ 01 - Prologue and Main Titles 2.58 ▓░
░▓ 02 - Leon's Voight Kampff Test, Sushi Bar 1.53 ▓░
░▓ 03 - Damask Rose 1.57 ▓░
░▓ 04 - Spinner Ascent (Los Angeles November 2019) 1.32 ▓░
░▓ 05 - Blush Response 5.47 ▓░
░▓ 06 - Wait For Me 5.21 ▓░
░▓ 07 - Deckard Meets Rachel 1.02 ▓░
░▓ 08 - Rachel's Voight Kampff Test 2.33 ▓░
░▓ 09 - Rachel's Song 4.29 ▓░
░▓ 10 - Tales of the Future (On the trail of Nexus 6) 4.44 ▓░
░▓ 11 - Bicycle Riders (Harps of the Ancient Temples edit) 2.10 ▓░
░▓ 12 - Chew's Eye Lab 4.41 ▓░
░▓ 13 - Memories of Green 5.31 ▓░
░▓ 14 - Blade Runner Blues (Full length version) 10.05 ▓░
░▓ 15 - Pris Meets J.F. Sebastian 1.37 ▓░
░▓ 16 - One More Kiss, Dear 4.02 ▓░
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░▓ Disc 2 ▓░
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░▓ 01 - Deckard's Dream (Extended version) 1.20 ▓░
░▓ 02 - Thinking of Rachel (Love Theme Different Take) 1.21 ▓░
░▓ 03 - Esper Analysis 2.18 ▓░
░▓ 04 - Animoid Row Part I (Tales of the Future early demo) 3.44 ▓░
░▓ 05 - Animoid Row Part II 0.56 ▓░
░▓ 06 - Taffey Lewis' Night Club 2.01 ▓░
░▓ 07 - Salome's Dance 1.28 ▓░
░▓ 08 - Zhora's Retirement (Blade Runner Blues reprise) 1.36 ▓░
░▓ 09 - I Am The Business (Extended) 3.25 ▓░
░▓ 10 - Love Theme 4.49 ▓░
░▓ 11 - I Dreamt Music (Extended) 6.30 ▓░
░▓ 12 - Morning at the Bradbury 3.26 ▓░
░▓ 13 - J.F. Sebastian's Apartment 1.41 ▓░
░▓ 14 - The Prodigal Son Brings Death (Prelude) 1.20 ▓░
░▓ 15 - The Prodigal Son Brings Death 3.27 ▓░
░▓ 16 - Deckard Enters The Bradbury 2.37 ▓░
░▓ 17 - Dangerous Days 1.19 ▓░
░▓ 18 - Wounded Animals 10.29 ▓░
░▓ 19 - Tears In Rain (Time To Die edit) 2.49 ▓░
░▓ 20 - Rachel Sleeps 1.48 ▓░
░▓ 21 - End Titles (Full length version) 7.16 ▓░
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░▓ Disc 3 ▓░
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░▓ 01 - Los Angeles - November 2019 0.30 ▓░
░▓ 02 - Third Sector - China Town 4.43 ▓░
░▓ 03 - Fourth Sector - Downtown 3.58 ▓░
░▓ 04 - Nineteenth Sector - Police Headquarters 2.40 ▓░
░▓ 05 - Twenty-Fifth Sector - Tyrell Corporation 6.28 ▓░
░▓ 06 - Seventh Sector - Apartment 9732 11.55 ▓░
░▓ 07 - Ninth Sector - Urban Blues 12.02 ▓░
░▓ 08 - Fifth Sector - Animoid Row 7.11 ▓░
░▓ 09 - Second Sector - DNA Row 4.58 ▓░
░▓ 10 - Seventh Sector - Apartment 9732 (reprise) 6.58 ▓░
░▓ 11 - Eighth Sector - Nocturnal Rain 3.46 ▓░
░▓ 12 - Tenth Sector - The Bradbury Building 13.03 ▓░
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░▓ Disc 4 ▓░
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░▓ 01 - City Streets suite 43.37 ▓░
░▓ Unused Music Suite ▓░
░▓ 02 - Longing/Empty Streets 6.57 ▓░
░▓ 03 - One Alone 2.18 ▓░
░▓ 04 - Mechanical Dolls 3.40 ▓░
░▓ Bonus Material ▓░
░▓ 05 - Tears in Rain (Instrumental) 2.56 ▓░
░▓ 06 - Gail Laughton - Pompeii 76 A.D. 2.15 ▓░
░▓ 07 - Brian Eno & David Byrne - QuÆRan 3.50 ▓░
░▓ 08 - The Ink Spots - If I DidnÆt Care 3.09 ▓░
░▓ 09 - Ensemble Nipponia - Ogi No Mato 10.43 ▓░
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░▓ Disc 5 ▓░
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░▓ 01 - Cosmic Baby - L.A. 2018 (Esper Suite) 19.26 ▓░
░▓ 02 - The Future Sound Of London - My Kingdom (Esper Suite) 16.00 ▓░
░▓ 03 - Dillinja - The Angels Fell 5.46 ▓░
░▓ 04 - T-Power - The Man Machine 5.56 ▓░
░▓ 05 - Jonny L - More Life 5.07 ▓░
░▓ 06 - Dom & Roland - Through The Looking Glass 6.14 ▓░
░▓ 07 - Dom & Roland - Deckers Theme 6.15 ▓░
░▓ 08 - Kid Loops - Rachel's Memory 6.29 ▓░
░▓ 09 - Cosmic Baby - L.A. 2018 (Jonathan Lisle Edit) 8.23 ▓░
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Comments :

Culmination / n. 1. To reach the highest point or degree;
a final climactic stage.
2. To come to completion; end. A concluding action.
3. Attainment or arrival at the highest pitch of glory.

Retirement / n. 1. Removal or withdrawal from service, office, or business.
2. The execution of a 'replicant' in the motion picture
'Blade Runner'.

These two words epitomise this release; it is the fourth and final chapter of
the 'Esper' Blade Runner series of scores. Consisting of a whopping 6 discs
this is the ultimate Blade Runner score box set, all details of which can be
found in the extensive description below.

The first 2 discs are the score, disc 3 is Los Angeles November 2019, disc 4
contains a specially prepared "City Streets suite" as well as unused Blade
Runner music and bonus tracks, disc 5 contains a DJ mix of Blade Runner
remixes and music inspired by the film, and disc 6 is a DVD-Rom that contains
over 150 Blade Runner remixes.

The first question that might enter one's head is, "Why is it the final Esper
Edition?" The answer is simple: there is nothing more that can be done to the
score to make it any better, especially now that the Blade Runner Trilogy
release has been made available.

It is fair to say that the Blade Runner Trilogy set is far from complete with
a lot of eminent music missing, so this reason alone prompted the need to
create the Retirement Edition.

The first thing you will notice about the set is that it is greyscale. Like
when a Blade Runner 'retires' replicants, the Retirement Edition is intended
to illustrate this with its dark artwork. Even the undersides of the discs
are black, thus mirroring Ridley Scott's vision of a futuristic Los Angeles.

The set comes complete with a 4 page booklet. Information about the release
can be found on the inside of the box. Please see the photos.

DISCS 1 & 2: THE SCORE

With all the above now aside, I am sure what most people want to know about
is what is on these 6 discs. First of all here is information about the first
2 discs. Like the previous "Definitive Collectors Edition" (dubbed the MK3 or
MR3 by some people) these 2 discs contain the box sets main attraction: this
is of course the score. There are many improvements over all other Blade
Runner releases.

There has always been an argument to whether the music of Blade Runner sounds
better with or without sound effects. The score on the Retirement Edition
aims to create the most 'musically-pure' and complete Blade Runner listening
experience to date. (The original "Esper Edition" has a lot of sound effects
on it.)

The score has been completely remixed and created from scratch so it does
sound very different from the previous three 'Esper' releases. When the
'Blade Runner Trilogy' set was released the original 1994 album was
remastered and it is these remastered recordings that are used on the
Retirement Edition. Also many other unreleased tracks have been remastered.

One of the most notable additions to this release is the inclusion of a very
rare and previously unreleased early demo of "Tales of the Future". This demo
is different to the version released on the 1994 Warner/2007 Blade Runner
Trilogy releases and was used for the Animoid Row scene in the movie.

Another piece of music that is on the Retirement Edition and cannot be found
on any other previous Blade Runner score is a track entitled "J.F.
Sebastian's Apartment".

All fans of the "End Titles" will be happy to see that the Retirement Edition
contains the best available version as far as completeness and sound quality
goes.

Here is a list of all the other improvements:

• The Retirement Edition contains the best available version of the "Prologue
and Main Titles". Whereas earlier releases contain either poor sound quality,
inferior mixing or hiss in the background the Retirement Edition doesn't as
it uses the full original studio recording, not previously available anywhere
else until now.
• "Leon's Voight Kampff Test" is the original un-modified version (it does not
contain the 'gated' synth that was added to previous releases for effect û
this synth was not Vangelis and you can now hear all of Vangelis' sounds
instead).
• "Blade Runner Blues" no longer has a pitch change at around 8.30 mins and
also has improved sound quality.
• "One More Kiss, Dear" now is the original unaltered version.
• "I Am The Business" has been extended and contains better sound quality.
• "I Dreamt Music" has been extended. It is longer than the version on the
Blade Runner Trilogy (entitled "Desolation Path").
• "Dangerous Days" and "Wounded Animals" have much improved sound quality than
any previous release. It should be noted that these tracks can be found on
the Blade Runner Trilogy as one track entitled "Deckard and Roy's Duel", but
"Dangerous Days" and "Wounded Animals" on the Retirement Edition are 12
minutes long compared to "Deckard and Roy's Duel" which is 6 minutes. As you
can see the version on the Blade Runner Trilogy has been considerably edited
and cut down in length.
• The following tracks have been remastered to improve the sound quality:
"Deckard Meets Rachel", "Deckard's Dream", "Thinking of Rachel", "Salome's
Dance", "Morning At The Bradbury". Don't forget that the tracks that can also
be found on the Blade Runner Trilogy have been remastered as well.
• The following tracks no longer contain sound effects, when compared to
previous releases: "Rachel's Voight Kampff Test", "Chew's Eye Lab", "Esper
Analysis", "Rachel Sleeps".

DISC 3: LOS ANGELES NOVEMBER 2019

Disc 3 is the unique "Los Angeles November 2019", an 80 minute journey into
the world of Blade Runner. It was created to transform your living room, your
car (or anywhere else you wish to listen it) into the world that you saw on
screen, and it features both Vangelis music and the recognisable Blade Runner
sound effects. No other Blade Runner release is quite like it. The best way
to listen to it is in the dark, in bed or relaxed on the sofa, then just
close your eyes and you are immediately transported into the film.

DISC 4: CITY STREETS SUITE

Another exclusive to the Retirement Edition is the City Streets suite that
can be found on this disc. It has been specially prepared by Esper
Productions and could be described as a mix between a Blade Runner score CD
and the Los Angeles November 2019 release. This is because it aims to
transport the listener into a futuristic Los Angeles, sampling the film in
chronological order using all available sound effects but no dialogue (a bit
like watching the film without anyone talking).

Also on this disc is Vangelis' unused music for the film. A highlight is the
combining of "Longing" with "Empty Streets". These tracks were actually one
long track originally but the Blade Runner Trilogy producers split it up into
2 tracks for some reason (maybe to use the opening part as an intro to the
disc). In usual 'Esper' style all these unused tracks mix beautifully into
each other to create an enjoyable suite.

To close the disc off there are a selection of bonus tracks.

• "Tears in Rain" is featured without the Roy Batty monologue and has better
sound quality than any other release that contains this version.
• "Gail Laughton's "Pompei 75 A.D." is taken from the album "Harps of the
Ancient Temples". Here is the album version of "Bicycle Riders".
• Brain Eno and David Byrne's controversial "Qu'Ran" is used in the Workprint
as 'temp' music instead of "Salome's Dance" (Vangelis hadn't written music
for that scene at the time). The intro to this track can also be heard in the
Final Cut.
• "The Ink Spots' "If I Didn't Care" was used in the original trailer but was
replaced by Vangelis' "One More Kiss, Dear" for the film. If you listen
carefully at the beginning of the movie when we first see Deckard an extract
of "If I Didn't Care" can also be heard.
• "Ogi No Mato" is presented in its entirety (the first for any Blade Runner
release) and is the Japanese Woman's Blimp song, played at various times
throughout the movie.

DISC 5: ESPER 'INTERPRETATIONS' DJ MIX

Disc 5 is where it starts to get that little bit different. The disc contains
a DJ mix by Esper Productions that uses remixes by other artists who have
either remixed one of the many Blade Runner themes or have sampled the film's
dialogue and/or effects. To make it extra special and exclusive the Esper
team played about with 2 tracks and created unique versions of the Future
Sound of London's "My Kingdom" and Cosmic Baby's "L.A. 2018".

DISC 6: MP3/WAV DVD-ROM DISC

Finally when you eventually get to disc 6 you will find interpretations and
remixes by other artists that were influenced by the film, sampling Blade
Runner's distinctive dialogue and effects. This disc is intended for use with
a PC. There are over 150 tracks in total that took Esper Productions many
years to compile.

I cannot possibly list all 150+ tracks here, but I can state that other than
just remixes the disc does include the Workprint version of "Tears in Rain"
along with 4 Blade Runner trailers.

All tracks are available in MP3 format but there are quite a few in WAVE
format as well for all the people who prefer lossless, uncompressed music.
Esper Productions tried to collect the highest possible bit rate and sound
quality of MP3 possible.

Prologue
Since the film's initial release in 1982, the now legendary Blade Runner
score by Vangelis Papathanassiou has become one of the most talked about
scores of all time. The 'Retirement Edition' is the ultimate Blade Runner
score, professionally mixed in a recording studio to give you, the listener,
the best sound quality and mix of music possible.

http://www.anunna.net/vangelis-rarities ... de1&id=172

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STATEMENT FROM (THE REAL) ESPER PRODUCTIONS :

In light of the sheer amount of "Esper" discs (i.e. "Esper Edition" and "Los
Angeles November 2019") being sold on the internet over the past few years
and with the emergence of new bootlegs claiming to be "Esper Productions,"
we wanted to take this opportunity to officially clarify that any vendor
claiming to be, or selling on behalf of "Esper Productions" has absolutely
nothing to do with the original people involved. These rip-off merchants
have quite simply, stolen our "label."

The "Esper Edition" was made by two Vangelis/Blade Runner fans. Both of us
would like to remain anonymous for obvious reasons. The intention of this
private release was to give "our take" or interpretation of what the Blade
Runner soundtrack should be. -that's it.- The fact that these bootleggers
have appropriated the discs and label name and started selling them on
various websites, eBay, etc, is indeed regrettable. We're totally against
the idea of lucrative gain being derived from these kinds of fan projects.
Moreover, let me further clarify that neither of us have ever made a single
cent off this effort.

We made a total of ten original copies: five for each of us. We then
distributed them to friends in the Vangelis circle. Among them, is Antas who
has been gracious enough to let us publish this note on his site. Why only
ten? It was always meant to be a homemade project.

Since, the "Esper Edition" has surprisingly become "stuff of legend" in many
Blade Runner circles, mentioned on many webpages all over the internet. While
secretly very flattered- we'd also like to take this moment to "de-mystify"
the release.

Why did we make it? Basically, we were sick of so many Blade Runner bootlegs
floating around that never "got it right" in terms of chronology, or
thoroughness. They all had something unique to them, but there were always
oversights. So, like taking pieces from a puzzle, we decided to simply "cut
and paste" from all the exiting releases (official, bootlegs, private
releases, etc), 1982 video, 1992 directors cut and construct something fresh.
We paid close attention to chronologically follow the sequences from the
film. Although not agreeing at first, we finally decided it would be best to
have the tracks flow into one another, as a sort of Blade Runner suite. We
originally wanted to make the discs just for our enjoyment, but we thought it
would be neat to come up with artwork and make it a "private release" for our
friends. That's all.

As for the follow-up, "L.A. 2019," we wanted to make an "ambience" cd that
transported the listener to the world of Blade Runner. The sound effects are
almost entirely from the BR game, with Vangelis stuff layered in the back.
We inserted "Reve" and an unused piece from "The Bounty" as well, because
they both fitted the mood very well. Why the name "Esper Productions?" We
thought a logo of the Esper machine would make an original pseudo trademark.
Hence the name.

Lastly, let us stress that our intention was always to make this a project by
fans for fans. It was created out of love for Vangelis' music, not money.
Having said this, if other fans want to further the "Esper" concept by addingé
re-editing or using our "work" to get a different result, that's fine -
provided that they do not use the name "Esper Productionsé" which has been
ripped-off just to cash-in.

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•TO BID OR NOT TO BID - THAT IS THE QUESTION•
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Additional info taken from the booklet :

Culmination / n. 1. To reach the highest point or degree;
a final climactic stage.
2. To come to completion; end. A concluding action.
3. Attainment or arrival at the highest pitch of glory.

Retirement / n. 1. Removal or withdrawal from service, office, or business.
2. The execution of a 'replicant' in the motion picture
'Blade Runner'.

These two words epitomise this release: It is the fourth and final chapter of
the "Esper" Blade Runner series of scores. Someone once said, "All good
things come to an end." 25 years after the film's premiere the "Blade Runner
Trilogy" set was released but is far from complete with a lot of eminent
music missing, hence the need for this release which is a true reflection of
Vangelis' enigmatic score. All the music is here in chronological order.

Like when a Blade Runner "retires" replicants, the "25th Anniversary
Culmination" is intended to illustrate this with its dark artwork and black
discs, mirroring Ridley Scott's vision of a futuristic Los Angeles.

The "Retirement Edition" has many improvements over all other Blade Runner
releases. For the first time the original and full studio recording of
"Prologue and Main Titles" is featured, incorporating superior sound quality.
It also contains an unreleased early demo of "Tales Of The Future" and a
track entitled "J.F. Sebastian's Apartment", both of which are new and
exclusive to this release. "End Titles" has the best sound quality to date
and is played here in its full original 7 minute recording. "Dangerous Days"
and "Wounded Animals" are also complete and in their best ever sound quality.
There are also extended and full versions of "I Am The Business" and "I
Dreamt Music", otherwise known as "Desolation Path" or the "Alternate Love
Theme".

There has always been an argument to whether the music of Blade Runner sounds
better with or without sound effects. This final "Retirement Edition" aims to
create the most "musically-pure" and complete Blade Runner listening
experience to date. The score has been completely remixed and created from
scratch so it does sound very different from the previous three "Esper"
releases. When the "Blade Runner Trilogy" set was released the original 1994
album was remastered and it is these remastered recordings that are used on
the "Retirement Edition". Also many other unreleased tracks have been
remastered.

Since the film's initial release in 1982, the now legendary Blade Runner
score by Vangelis Papathanassiou has become one of the most talked about
scores of all time. The "Retirement Edition" is the ultimate Blade Runner
score, professionally mixed in a recording studio to give you, the listener,
the best sound quality and mix of music possible.

Infos about Disc 4, 5 and 6, taken from the booklet:

A collection of alternate material, exclusive and unique to the Esper
"Retirement" Edition. This includes a specially prepared "City Streets" suite
that aims to transport the listener into a futuristic Los Angeles, sampling
the film in chronological order using all available sound effects. These
discs also contain Vangelis unused music for the film and a selection of
bonus material. Finally you will find interpretations and remixes by other
artists that were influenced by the film, sampling Blade Runner's distinctive
diaolgue and effects. Most notably there is a DJ Mix which includes two
exclusive suites of the Future Sound of London's "My Kingdom" and Cosmic
Baby's "L.A. 2018" that were specially created by Esper Productions for this
set.

http://www.discogs.com/Various-Blade-Ru ... se/2217951

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"I WANT TO SEE A NEGATIVE BEFORE I PROVIDE YOU WITH A POSITIVE."

• TO BE NUKED WHEN A BETTER (R)ENCODE WILL BE MADE AVALIABLE. •
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Thanks :

Yahoo! Blade Runner Soundtrack Group
http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/bl ... oundtrack/
http://www.bladezone.com/
http://www.brmovie.com/
http://www.blade-runner.it/
Final Fantasy Shrine Forums
http://forums.ffshrine.org/
http://www.vangelis-rarities.com/
http://www.36-15-moog.blogspot.com/
http://www.bladerunner2019.com/
http://www.tyrell-corporation.pp.se/

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