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He's back - again! Years after the end of the Heisei era, the big G came back to film in 1999 with the first of a new era: Godzilla 2000: Millennium. Directed by Takao Okawara (Godzilla Vs. Destroyah), a new look Godzilla is still harassing Tokyo, with the Godzilla Prediction Network out there trying to figure out where he'll show up next. To make matters worse, the government's Crisis Control Intelligence care more about firing missiles, but everything changes when they discover a mysterious meteor has a UFO inside. All of this results in Orga, a kaiju made from Godzilla's DNA, and of course it's up to the Big G to kick it's ass back to space. Scoring Godzilla 2000 was Takayuki Hattori, who had previously composed 1994's Godzilla vs Spacegodzkilla. Hattori's music is very much about mood; the composer brings a sense of lyricism to proceedings, but of course, he also knows how to get us excited for Godzilla's appearances. Hattori does that with a spectacular new theme for the Big G that perfectly captures the creature's grandeur and immense power. There's also a fantastic piece for the UFO that has a wonderfully primevil beat, and of course, Akira Ifukube's classic theme for Godzilla returns in a big way. A perfect start to the Millennium era!
He's back - again! Years after the end of the Heisei era, the big G came back to film in 1999 with the first of a new era: Godzilla 2000: Millennium. Directed by Takao Okawara (Godzilla Vs. Destroyah), a new look Godzilla is still harassing Tokyo, with the Godzilla Prediction Network out there trying to figure out where he'll show up next. To make matters worse, the government's Crisis Control Intelligence care more about firing missiles, but everything changes when they discover a mysterious meteor has a UFO inside. All of this results in Orga, a kaiju made from Godzilla's DNA, and of course it's up to the Big G to kick it's ass back to space. Scoring Godzilla 2000 was Takayuki Hattori, who had previously composed 1994's Godzilla vs Spacegodzkilla. Hattori's music is very much about mood; the composer brings a sense of lyricism to proceedings, but of course, he also knows how to get us excited for Godzilla's appearances. Hattori does that with a spectacular new theme for the Big G that perfectly captures the creature's grandeur and immense power. There's also a fantastic piece for the UFO that has a wonderfully primevil beat, and of course, Akira Ifukube's classic theme for Godzilla returns in a big way. A perfect start to the Millennium era!
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Godzilla 2000 - O.S.T.
Artist: Hattori, Takayuki
Format: Vinyl
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Main Title
2. The Giant Tail
3. Facing Fear
4. A Close Call
5. Godzilla Appears in Nemuro
6. In the Ocean Depths
7. A Sleeep of 60 Million Years
8. The Object from Outer Space / Unusual Phenomenon
9. The Self Defence Force Mobilizes
10. Godzilla's Theme 2000
11. End Title - the Feared God Godzilla
12. Side B
13. The Object from Outer Space Flight
14. Godzilla Lands
15. Eerie Silence
16. Eerie Silence II
17. Ominous Premonition
18. The Wonder of G Revealed
19. The Flight of the Giant Ufo
20. The Earth Invasion
21. Before the Explosion
22. Millennium
23. Thinking of Dad
24. Millennial Kingdom
25. Side C
26. Miraculous Survival
27. Organizer - Godzilla's Theme
28. Extraterrestrial Life /The Birth
29. Rising Tension
30. Extraterrestrial Life/The Metamorphosis
31. Astonishing Resurrection
32. Millennial Kingdom
33. G's Decision
34. The Space Monster Ironic Fate
35. End Title - the Feared God Godzilla
36. End Title - the Feared God Godzilla II

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He's back - again! Years after the end of the Heisei era, the big G came back to film in 1999 with the first of a new era: Godzilla 2000: Millennium. Directed by Takao Okawara (Godzilla Vs. Destroyah), a new look Godzilla is still harassing Tokyo, with the Godzilla Prediction Network out there trying to figure out where he'll show up next. To make matters worse, the government's Crisis Control Intelligence care more about firing missiles, but everything changes when they discover a mysterious meteor has a UFO inside. All of this results in Orga, a kaiju made from Godzilla's DNA, and of course it's up to the Big G to kick it's ass back to space. Scoring Godzilla 2000 was Takayuki Hattori, who had previously composed 1994's Godzilla vs Spacegodzkilla. Hattori's music is very much about mood; the composer brings a sense of lyricism to proceedings, but of course, he also knows how to get us excited for Godzilla's appearances. Hattori does that with a spectacular new theme for the Big G that perfectly captures the creature's grandeur and immense power. There's also a fantastic piece for the UFO that has a wonderfully primevil beat, and of course, Akira Ifukube's classic theme for Godzilla returns in a big way. A perfect start to the Millennium era!
        
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