No sci-fi film, TV or radio series is complete without its own unique and ample assemblage of way-out intergalactic sound effects. In the 1970s and 1980s these were made on synthesisers, harmonisers and other electronic sound benders, and constructed with the aid of multiple multi-track tape decks. Each sound was made for a specific event in a specific programme. Yet each one stands on its own, whether it be a straightforward laser or plasma blaster, or a spacecraft crashing into the sea of a hitherto unknown planet. Reproduced here are classic sounds used by the immortal Doctor Who, the intrepid Blake's 7, the zany intergalactic Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and the fantastical Earthsearch. Landing the TARDIS or blasting away with a laser cannon is now within the reach of us all. Vintage Beeb: classic albums first available as BBC LPs, now on CD and download for the first time ever.
1 CD. 45 mins.
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