Wow, the LPO version of Terrahawks is pretty convincing.The Farscape music was dreadful though, as was the film that ended it. That wasn't music to me but the show itself was good. As for Babylon5, I preferred the original titles and the theme from Season-5 was my favourite. I remember watching it in Germany and it was really uplifting and made everything seem fine. As for soundtracks, the Lost Tales had the best one - Just a shame there wasn't much movie to go with it.They always turn Gundam into a sad comedy when they dub it to English. To make it enjoyable, it really has to be the DVD copies with the official subtitles or fansubbed equivalents. At least Gundam is released in the UK, so officially dubbed versions are available, unlike recent Macross and Evangelion releases.I think it testifies to how badly western media understands anime. They cut into Gundam SEED massively as well, axeing the gory deaths and replacing handguns with lasers.I remember how, when the Gundam RX-78 statue went up, MSN News referred to Gundam as a "character from a popular, japanese TV show".As for the original series, I found it hard going because it seemed like you were having to regress an awful long way back to 1978 or whatever, just to 'enjoy' the original.I remember BSG 2004 had some Welsh folk song that the scorewriter cribbed running through it as a really good bit of music. Plus the more background scores were excellent. Again, I think they were best in the third season, probably because the season it accompanied was the best.I always had difficulty with that show because it had an understandable problem of not being able to introduce an interesting wealth of new ships throughout the series and also the characters were fairly undesirable.Recently, I got Seaquest in DVD quality and that is a good show. The plots don't always make the best sense but the show is very well done and infact, even its non-title music really stands out in places.
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