Warner Bros has announced the release of the Danny Elfman & Tim Burton 25th Anniversary Music Box, a limited edition set which celebrates 25 years of creative collaboration between the duo. The box set features more than 19 hours of music, including fan-requested expansions of 13 film scores (in CD cases featuring artwork created by Burton), plus seven hours of previously unreleased music, a Tim Burton-designed USB skeleton Flash Drive containing MP3s of the whole collection, and a bonus DVD featuring an exclusive conversation between Elfman and Burton.

Not only that, but the set which is limited to only 1000 copies, includes Danse Macabre: 25 Years of Danny Elfman and Tim Burton, a “meticulously researched, lavishly illustrated 250+ page fine linen-wrapped hardbound book, entitled with gold foil stamping, and featuring a foreword by Johnny Depp. The book also includes rare photos, stories, and interviews from the cast and crew behind the scenes of this classic music”. The set is boxed in something that is “designed to evoke a treasure chest found in a mysterious attic” — a large scale, tin-covered music box complete with an embedded music chip playing “The Music Box Suite” arranged and performed by Elfman specifically for this historic collection. And to literally top it all off, with a flip of the lid, a delightful working zoetrope is revealed featuring strips of art and photos by Burton and Elfman that come to animated life with a spin.

The set will be released in December 2010 and is available for preorder on www.elfmanburton.com for $499.99 (plus shipping). Looks amazing, but I can’t justify that high of a price. And at that price it should come signed by both Elfman and Burton (the set is hand numbered but not signed). Check out photos and more information after the jump.

Collectible Zoetrope Box

A collection of music as unique as Danny Elfman’s for the film of Tim Burton needed to be housed in something equally special, wondrous, and whimsical. Designed to evoke a treasure chest found in a mysterious attic, The Danny Elfman & Tim Burton 25th Anniversary Music Box is a work of art in itself. Grammy-winning designer Matt Taylor has transformed previously unseen art by Tim Burton and crafted a large scale, tin-covered music box complete with an embedded music chip playing “The Music Box Suite” arranged and performed by Danny Elfman specifically for this historic collection.

And to literally top it all off, with a flip of the lid, a delightful working zoetrope is revealed featuring strips of art and photos by Tim Burton and Danny Elfman that come to animated life with a spin.

With compartments for the 16 expanded-score CDs, 250+ page hardcover book Danse Macabre: 25 Years Of Danny Elfman And Tim Burton, the bonus DVD “A Conversation With Danny Elfman & Tim Burton,” and the collectible Skeleton Key USB Drive, this is a massive box set worthy of any coffee table or desk.

Skeleton Key USB Flash Drive

As a collectible created exclusively for this treasure box of music, a distinctive Skeleton Key USB Flash Drive has been designed—inspired by the art of Tim Burton. A pull of the key unlocks a USB drive loaded with MP3s of the entire contents of this Limited-Edition Music Box. From Pee-wee’s Big Adventure through Alice In Wonderland, it’s all there, including all the bonus tracks, demos, work tapes, and other rarities.

Updated Music & Expanded Soundtracks

For the last 25 years, collectors and fans have been asking for expanded soundtracks featuring music left off the original album releases. Now, for the first time, all 13 Elfman/Burton film soundtracks have been enhanced to include additional masters of missing music previously excluded from their initial release.

In addition, this box set will include the premiere release of the original soundtrack album of Burton and Elfman’s first collaboration, Pee-wee’s Big Adventure. After a quarter of a century, the original soundtrack recordings have been discovered, edited and mastered by Danny Elfman. Also included are highlights of the score’s re-recording.

This collection also includes bonus tracks of music created by Elfman for Tim Burton’s projects outside the world of cinema, including scores to television (Beetlejuice: The Animated Series and expanded versions of The Jar and Family Dog), the web (The World Of Stainboy), and the debut release of the incidental music to Tim Burton’s exhibit for the Museum of Modern Art.

A major, previously unheard rarity is the discovery of demos of Danny Elfman’s unused score for the Edward Scissorhands Ballet. Foreshadowing Elfman’s symphony, Serenada Schizophrana, and his Twyla Tharp ballet, Rabbit And Rogue, this unused score offers a fascinating glimpse into one of Elfman’s most beautiful and ambitious works.

For a glimpse behind the scenes of the creation of his music, Danny Elfman has reached into his archive to find rare, never-before-heard work tapes and score demos, including early drafts of his music for Batman, Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, Batman Returns, Big Fish, and Alice In Wonderland.

Elfman has also unearthed early demos of the songs from his three Burton musicals (Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, and Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride) featuring Elfman singing all the parts of all the characters. Song’s cut from these films have also been discovered, including “Erased” from Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride and an unreleased rock song, “This Time,” created to promote The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Another sight into Elfman’s process is provided via percussion and synth-and-percussion-only versions of his innovative score to the Planet Of The Apes.

As a bonus treat, instrumental, orchestra-only versions of all the songs from each of his musicals have become part of this compilation. A sampling of fascinating foreign-language versions of songs from The Nightmare Before Christmas are also part of this package.

Another bonus feature is the inclusion of Elfman’s demos of the themes for the Burton-produced animated feature, 9.

Fan-requested rarities and obscurities have also been included, such as the “Beetlejuice Commercial,” the film version of “The Landing” from Mars Attacks!, the film version of the “Christmas Eve Montage” from The Nightmare Before Christmas, additional battle music from Alice In Wonderland, and versions of “Victor’s Piano Solo” and “The Piano Duet” from Corpse Bride appear without dialogue. Even the Singing Elves have been added back into the mix of Nightmare’s “What’s This?”

To help celebrate this unique 25th anniversary commemorative release, Danny Elfman has arranged and recorded four exclusive Music Box Suites featuring new, music box-flavored renditions of songs from such scores as Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, Edward Scissorhands, and Pee-wee’s Big Adventure.

This collection has also allowed Danny Elfman a unique opportunity to remaster his scores with particular emphasis on improving sonics on both Batman and Sleepy Hollow. In the case of Batman, a better-sounding source of the music was located and re-edited to re-create a superior version of this legendary soundtrack album.

Exclusive 250+ Page Hardcover Book

THE DANNY ELFMAN & TIM BURTON 25TH ANNIVERSARY MUSIC BOX is accompanied by a fine linen-wrapped hardbound book with gold foil stamping produced exclusively for this collection. This meticulously researched and lavishly illustrated 250+ page book features a foreword by Johnny Depp, as well as rare photos, stories, and interviews from the cast and crew, behind-the-scenes of this classic music—from the early days of Elfman’s band Oingo Boingo to the recent blockbuster film, Alice In Wonderland.

This comprehensive 10″x10″ keepsake book, DANSE MACABRE: 25 YEARS OF DANNY ELFMAN AND TIM BURTON is written by acclaimed film-music journalist Jeff Bond and designed by Grammy-winning designer Matt Taylor.

Also accompanying each CD are newly created liner notes by Danny Elfman discussing each expanded score and their bonus material of Additional Masters, Song and Score Demos, Work Tapes, Orchestra-Only Song Mixes, and Foreign Language Versions.

Over 80 actors, writers, directors, composers, editors, singers, and others were interviewed to paint a compelling picture of this historic teaming of Elfman and Burton.

Interviewed are such collaborators and peers as:

Allison Abbate (producer)
Bill Abbott (music editor)
Jon Amiel (director)
John August (writer)
Bob Badami (music editor)
Rick Baker (makeup artist)
Steve Bartek (orchestrator)
Timur Bekmambetov (director)
Jon Brion (composer)
Paul Broucek (music department)
Jon Burlingame (author)
Tim Burton (director)
Carter Burwell (composer)
Bruce Cohen (producer)
Denise Di Novi (producer)
Guillermo Del Toro (director)
Alexandre Desplat (composer)
Bruce Dukov (concert master)
Danny Elfman (composer)
Laura Engel (agent)
Bobby Fernandez (engineer)
Mike Gerhard (record producer)
Michael Giacchino (composer)
Philip Glass (composer)
Taylor Hackford (director)
Paul Haggis (director)
Don Hahn (producer)
Rick Heinrichs (production designer)
Dan Jinks (producer)
Joe Johnston (director)
Jeffrey Jones (actor)
Tom Jones (singer)
Michael Keaton (actor)
Lukas Kendall (record producer)
Mike Knobloch (music department)
Richard Kraft (agent)
Robert Kraft (music department)
Gary LeMel (music department)
Chris Lebenzon (editor)
Ang Lee (director)
Dan Vebber (writer) Deborah Lurie (composer)
John Mauceri (conductor)
Chris Montan (music department)
Erroll Morris (director)
Mark Mothersbaugh (composer)
Shawn Murphy (engineer)
Lennie Neihaus (conductor)
Kathy Nelson (music department)
Thomas Newman (composer)
James Newton Howard (composer)
Catherine O’Hara (actress)
Bobbi Page (singer)
Ken Page (actor)
Jon Peters (producer)
John Powell (composer)
Brett Ratner (director)
Paul Reubens (actor)
Emil Richards (musician)
David Rockwell (architect)
Doreen Ringer Ross (BMI)
Joe Roth (producer)
Deep Roy (actor)
Scott Rudin (producer)
Dennis Sands (engineer)
Ellen Segal (music editor)
Henry Selick (director)
Marc Shaiman (composer)
Edward Shearmur (composer)
Howard Shore (composer)
Alan Silvestri (composer)
Randy Spendlove (music department)
Twyla Tharp (choreographer)
Caroline Thompson (writer)
Suzanne Todd (producer)
Robert Townson (record producer)
Gus Van Sant (director)
Billy Weber (editor)
Bo Welch (production designer)
Richard Zanuck (producer)
Taylor White (collector)

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Press Release:

WARNER BROS. RECORDS TO RELEASE THE DANNY ELFMAN & TIM BURTON 25TH ANNIVERSARY MUSIC BOX THIS DECEMBER LIMITED EDITION OF 1000 ELABORATE COLLECTIBLE PACKAGES CELBRATES 25 YEARS OF CREATIVE COLLABORATION BETWEEN ACCLAIMED COMPOSER ELFMAN AND LEGENDARY FILM DIRECTOR BURTON AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER AT WWW.ELFMANBURTON.COM

Package Features More Than 19 Hours Of Music, Including Fan-Requested Expansions Of 13 Film Scores, Plus Seven Hours Of Previously Unreleased Music, A Skeleton USB Flash Drive Containing MP3s Of The Music And A Bonus DVD Featuring An Exclusive Conversation Between Elfman And Burton

Burbank, CA – This December, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the ingenious collaboration between renowned composer Danny Elfman and legendary film director Tim Burton, Warner Bros. Records will release The Danny Elfman & Tim Burton 25th Anniversary Music Box, a very special limited-edition, numbered box set of 1000 that collects expansions of the 13 original scores that Elfman has composed for Burton’s iconic films: a newly produced library of 16 CDs each packaged with artwork by Burton, adding up to more than 19 hours of music. Additionally, the package will contain a bonus DVD of a recent exclusive conversation between Elfman and Burton discussing every film and score in their remarkable quarter century collaboration. The box is available for preorder starting today, October 1st at www.elfmanburton.com.

This elaborate and lovingly designed collectible box set includes the first-time-ever soundtrack release of Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure (1985), as well as scores to the films Beetlejuice (1988), Batman (1989), Edward Scissorhands (1990), Batman Returns (1992), The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), Mars Attacks! (1986), Sleepy Hollow (1999), Planet of the Apes (2001), Big Fish (2003), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), Corpse Bride (2005), and Alice in Wonderland (2010). It also includes music from Elfman and Burton’s numerous other collaborations: Alfred Hitchcock Presents: The Jar, Amazing Stories: Family Dog, Beetlejuice: The Animated Series, The World of Stainboy, Tim Burton’s Museum of Modern Art Exhibit and Danny Elfman’s unused score to the Edward Scissorhands Ballet.

Additional highlights of The Danny Elfman & Tim Burton 25th Anniversary Music Box include:

  • Among the 19 hours of music are seven hours of previously unreleased music including such rarities as additional masters, cut songs, song and score demos, work tapes, orchestra-only song mixes, and foreign-language songs.
  • Danse Macabre: 25 Years of Danny Elfman and Tim Burton: A meticulously researched, lavishly illustrated 250+ page fine linen-wrapped hardbound book, entitled with gold foil stamping, and featuring a foreword by Johnny Depp. The book also includes rare photos, stories, and interviews from the cast and crew behind the scenes of this classic music — from the early days of Elfman’s band Oingo Boingo to the recent blockbuster film Alice in Wonderland. Interviewed are such collaborators and peers as Guillermo Del Toro, Phillip Glass, Paul Haggis, James Newton Howard, Tom Jones, Michael Keaton, Ang Lee, Errol Morris, Thomas Newman, Catherine O’Hara, Jon Peters, Paul Reubens, David Rockwell, Scott Rudin, Marc Shaiman, Howard Shore, Twyla Tharp, Gus Van Sant, and Richard Zanuck. This comprehensive 10″x10″ keepsake book is written by acclaimed film-music journalist Jeff Bond and designed by Grammy Award winning designer Matt Taylor.
  • An hour-long exclusive, newly filmed DVD featuring an extended conversation between Burton and Elfman as they reflect on their quarter-century collaboration.
  • As a collectible created exclusively for this treasure box of music, a distinctive Skeleton Key USB Flash Drive has been designed—inspired by the art of Tim Burton. A pull of the key unlocks a USB drive loaded with MP3s of the entire contents of this Limited-Edition Music Box. From Pee-wee’s Big Adventure through Alice In Wonderland, it’s all there, including all the bonus tracks, demos, work tapes, and other rarities.
  • Newly created liner notes by Elfman discussing each expanded score and their bonus material of additional masters, song and score demos, work tapes, orchestra-only song mixes, and foreign language versions.
  • A collection of music as unique as Elfman’s for the films of Tim Burton needed to be housed in something equally special, wondrous, and whimsical. Designed to evoke a treasure chest found in a mysterious attic, The Danny Elfman & Tim Burton 25th Anniversary Music Box is a work of art in itself. Grammy-winning designer Matt Taylor has transformed previously unseen art by Burton and crafted a large scale, tin-covered music box complete with an embedded music chip playing “The Music Box Suite” arranged and performed by Elfman specifically for this historic collection. And to literally top it all off, with a flip of the lid, a delightful working zoetrope is revealed featuring strips of art and photos by Burton and Elfman that come to animated life with a spin.

The Danny Elfman & Tim Burton 25th Anniversary Music Box will be released as a Collectors Limited and Numbered Edition Box of 1,000 copies. The Danny Elfman and Tim Burton 25th Anniversary Music Box is produced by Danny Elfman and Tim Burton and executive produced by Richard Kraft and Laura Engel.

About Danny Elfman: Four-time Oscar-nominated and Grammy-winning composer Danny Elfman has scored such diverse films as Spider-Man, Good Will Hunting, Beetlejuice, Batman, Men in Black, Midnight Run, Big Fish, Dick Tracy, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Mission:Impossible, Chicago, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Milk. His 25-year, 13 film collaboration with director Tim Burton began in 1985 when Elfman was pulled from his band Oingo Boingo to score Pee-wee’s Big Adveture and continues with 2010?s blockbuster Alice in Wonderland. Elfman made his classical music debut at Carnegie Hall with his symphony, “Serenada Schizophrana” followed up with “The Overeager Overture” which premiered at The Hollywood Bowl. His first ballet, “Rabbit and Rouge” choreographed by Twyla Tharp debuted with the American Ballet Theatre at Lincoln Center. . His upcoming projects include Paul Haggis’ Next Three Days, Real Steel, Gus Van Sant’s Restless, Men in Black 3, Tim Burton’s stop motion feature, Frankenweenie and Cirque du Soleil’s “Iris” scheduled to bow in residence in Summer 2011 at Hollywood’s Kodak Theatre. Elfman is also known for the classic television themes to The Simpsons and Desperate Housewives.

About Tim Burton: Tim Burton has directed memorable and stylistic films, ranging from Batman, Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Sleepy Hollow, Big Fish and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. His most recent blockbuster, Alice in Wonderland broke the billion dollar mark. His films have collected 6 Academy Awards and 11 Oscar nominations for everything from acting to art direction. His first feature length film, Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, was also his first collaboration with composer Danny Elfman. Their instant film chemistry led them to 13 collaborations, and will continue with Burton’s upcoming stop motion animated film, Frankeneweenie. With a background in animation, Burton has done more to revive the stop motion field than any other director, starting with his first stop motion project, Vincent, and continuing through the cult classic, The Nightmare Before Christmas and Corpse Bride. Burton has also published a book of characters and stories, The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy, and most recently released an immense 430 page book comprising over 40 years of his personal and project artwork, entitled The Art of Tim Burton. He currently has an art exhibit that debuted at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and is touring through several art museums across the world.

CD Covers:

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
PEE-WEE’S BIG ADVENTURE

1. Main Title/Bike Race*
2. The Breakfast Machine*
3. The Bike*
4. The Park Ride*
5. The Mall*
6. Music Shop And Beyond*
7. Stolen Bike/Lonely Walk^
8. Francis’ House *
9. The Bath*
10. The Basement*
11. Hitch Hike^
12. Edsel Over The Edge*
13. Simone’s Theme^
14. Dinosaur Dream^
15. Andy Chase*
16. Alamo*
17. Bus Station/Simone*
18. Clown Dream*
19. Studio Chase*
20. Pet Shop
21. The Drive-In*
22. Finale*
23. Large Marge*
24. The Fork*
25. Rain/Fortune*
26. Andy Chase 2*
27. Cowboy Pee-wee*
28. Andy And The Bull*
29. Stolen Bike/Lonely Walk (film version)*
30. Hitch Hike (film version)*
31. Simone (film version)*
32. Dino Dreams (film version)*
BONUS TRACKS:
1 – 32

* Previously unreleased
^ Rerecorded version

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
BEETLEJUICE

1. Main Titles (with Elfman vocal intro)*
2. Travel Music
3. The Book!/Obituaries
4. Enter… “The Family”/Sand Worm Planet
5. The Fly
6. Lydia Discovers?
7. In The Model
8. Juno’s Theme
9. Beetle-Snake
10. “Sold”
11. The Flier/Lydia’s Pep Talk
12. The Incantation
13. Lydia Strikes A Bargain…
14. Showtime!
15. “Laughs”
16. The Wedding
17. The Aftermath
18. End Credits

BONUS TRACKS:
19. Happy House*
20. Travel 2*
21. Delilah’s Entrance*
22. No Ghosts*
23. Keyhole 1*
24. Keyhole 2*
25. Hallway*
26. The Door*
27. Lydia Enters*
28. Sheet Ghost*
29. Idea*
30. Otho’s Idea*
31. Concern*
32. Pictures*
33. Travels III (Bike Ride)*
34. Musak 1*
35. Musak 2*
36. Harlot’s Hangout*
37. Beetlejuice: Animated Series (Main Title)
38. Beetlejuice Commercial*
39. Beetlejuice Commercial (film version)*
40. Main Title (work tape)*
*Previously unreleased

Original Motion Picture Score
BATMAN

1. The Batman Theme
2. Roof Fight
3. First Confrontation
4. Kitchen/Surgery/Face-Off
5. Flowers
6. Clown Attack
7. Batman To The Rescue
8. Roasted Dude
9. Photos/Beautiful Dreamer
10. Descent Into Mystery
11. The Bat Cave
12. The Joker’s Poem
13. Childhood Remembered
14. Love Theme
15. Charge Of The Batmobile
16. Attack Of The Batwing (extended version)*
17. Up The Cathedral
18. Waltz To The Death
19. The Final Confrontation
20. Finale
21. Batman Theme Reprise

BONUS TRACKS:
22. Bat Zone/Axis Set-Up
23. Joker Flies To Gotham (unused)/Batwing I
24. Men At Work
25. Vicki Gets A Gift
26. Alicia’s Unmasking
27. Sad Pictures
28. Joker’s Commercial (work tape)*
29. Joker’s Commercial (film version)
30. Unused Early Title Idea (worktape)*
31. Herrmann-esque thing (worktape)*
32. Axis (worktape)*
33. Wacky (worktape)*
34. Waltz—Music Box (worktape)*
35. Waltz—With Weird, Unused Ending (worktape)*
36. Wild Theme (worktape)*
37. Bat Wing Idea (worktape)*

*Previously unreleased

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
EDWARD SCISSORHANDS

THE STORY OF EDWARD SCISSORHANDS

Part One: Edward Meets The World…

1. Introduction (Titles)
2. Storytime
3. Castle On The Hill
4. Beautiful New World/Home Sweet Home
5. The Cookie Factory
6. Ballet De Suburbia (Suite)
7. Ice Dance
8. Etiquette Lesson
9. Edwardo The Barber

Part Two: …Poor Edward!

10. Esmeralda
11. Death!
12. The Tide Turns (Suite)
13. The Final Confrontation
14. Farewell…
15. The Grand Finale
16. The End

BONUS TRACKS:
17. Housewives*
18. Paperdoll*
19. The Tide Changes*
20. Confrontation*
21. Paranoia*
22. The Talk Show Shocker*
23. Kim At The Mall*
24. Storytime (demo)*
25. Suburbia (demo)*
26. Misc. (unused demo)*
27. Ice Dance (demo)*

*Previously unreleased

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
BATMAN RETURNS

1. Birth Of A Penguin I
2. Birth Of A Penguin II
3. The Lair I
4. The Lair II
5. Selina Transforms I
6. Selina Transforms II
7. The Cemetery
8. Cat Suite
9. Batman Vs. The Circus
10. The Rise And Fall From Grace I
11. The Rise And Fall From Grace II
12. Sore Spots
13. Rooftops/Wild Ride I
14. Rooftops/Wild Ride II
15. The Children’s Hour
16. The Final Confrontation I
17. The Final Confrontation II
18. The Finale I
19. The Finale II
20. End Credits

BONUS TRACKS:
21. Penguin’s Grand Deed
22. Catwoman Saves Joan
23. Revealed/Party Crasher
24. Penguin Theme 1 (work tape) *
25. Penguin March (work tape)*
26. Penguin Theme 2 (work tape)*
27. Penguin Theme 3 (work tape)*
28. Death Of The Penguin (demo)*

*Previously unreleased

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
TIM BURTON’S THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS

1. Overture
2. Opening — Narration by Patrick Stewart
3. This Is Halloween — Performed by the Citizens of Halloween
4. Post Party*
5. Jack’s Lament — Performed by Danny Elfman
6. Doctor Finklestein/In The Forest
7. What’s This? (Singing Elf mix)* — Performed by Danny Elfman
8. Sally’s Lament/Wandering Jack*
9. Jack Returns*
10. Town Meeting Song Intro*
11. Town Meeting Song — Performed by Danny Elfman and Cast
12. Jack And Sally Montage
13. Jack’s Obsession — Performed by Danny Elfman and Cast
14. Work In Progress*
15. Kidnap The Sandy Claws — Performed by Paul Reubens, Catherine O’Hara and Danny Elfman
16. Bunny*
17. Making Christmas Intro*
18. Making Christmas — Performed by Danny Elfman and the Citizens of Halloween
19. Nabbed
20. Oogie Boogie’s Song — Performed by Ken Page with Ed Ivory
21. Big Send-Off*
22. Sally’s Song — Performed by Catherine O’Hara
23. Christmas Eve Montage (extended film version)*
24. Poor Jack — Performed by Danny Elfman
25. To The Rescue
26. Back To Business*
27. Finale/Reprise – Performed by Danny Elfman, Catherine O’Hara and the Citizens of Halloween
28. Closing — Narration by Patrick Stewart
29. End Title

BONUS TRACKS:
Tracks 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 16, 17, 21, 23, 26

*Previously unreleased

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
MARS ATTACKS!

1. Introduction
2. Main Titles
3. First Sighting
4. The Landing
5. Ungodly Experiments
6. State Address
7. Martian Madame
8. Martian Lounge
9. Return Message
10. Destructo X
11. Loving Heads
12. Pursuit
13. The War Room
14. Airfield Dilemma
15. New World
16. Ritchie’s Speech
17. End Credits

BONUS TRACKS:
18. Trailer
19. Final Address
20. First Fire Fight
21. Invasion
22. Boy Scout Jamboree/White House Mayhem
23. Art’s Demise/Chase/Punch Out/
Viva Las Vegas
24. The Big Launch
25. Ungodly Experiments (alternate version)
26. Barb Shares
27. Battle Transition
28. The Landing (extended film version)*
29. Main Title (unused early version)

*Previously unreleased

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
SLEEPY HOLLOW

1. Introduction
2. Main Titles
3. Young Ichabod
4. The Story…
5. Masbath’s Terrible Death
6. Sweet Dreams
7. A Gift
8. Into The Woods/The Witch
9. More Dreams
10. The Tree Of Death
11. Bad Dream/Tender Moment
12. Evil Eye
13. The Church Battle
14. Love Lost
15. The Windmill
16. The Chase
17. The Final Confrontation
18. A New Day!
19. End Credits

BONUS TRACKS:
20. Young Masbath*
21. Autopsy/Phony Chase*
22. Phillip’s Death*
23. Mysterious Figure*
24. Main Titles Part 1 & 2 (film version)*

*Previously unreleased

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
PLANET OF THE APES

1. Main Titles
2. Ape Suite #1
3. Deep Space Launch
4. The Hunt
5. Branding The Herd
6. The Dirty Deed
7. Escape From Ape City/The Legend
8. Ape Suite #2
9. Old Flames
10. Thad Goes Ape
11. Preparing For Battle
12. The Battle Begins
13. The Return
14. Main Title Deconstruction
15. Rule The Planet Remix

BONUS TRACKS:
16. The Escape*
17. Calina*
18. Dinner Source*
19. Main Title (synth and percussion only)*
20. Camp Raid (percussion only)*

*Previously unreleased

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
BIG FISH

1. Pictures
2. Big Fish (Titles)
3. Shoe Stealing
4. Underwater
5. Sandra’s Theme
6. The Growing Montage
7. Leaving Spectre
8. Return To Spectre
9. Rebuilding
10. The Journey Home
11. In The Tub
12. Sandra’s Farewell
13. Finale
14. End Titles
15. Jenny’s Theme

BONUS TRACKS:
16. Titles Part 2*
17. The Witch*
18. Witch Escort*
19. Chicken Pox*
20. A Volunteer*
21. Journey To Specter*
22. River Girl*
23. Bedtime Story*
24. Enter Colossus*
25. Enter Karl*
26. Spotting Sandra*
27. Joining The Circus*
28. Circus Montage
29 Aah Love*
30. The Swimming Pool*
31. Realization*
32. Leaving Jenny*
33. Twice The Love (Siamese Twins’ Song)
34. Harmonics (work tape)*
35. Goodbye Theme (work tape)*
36. Sandra’s Theme (work tape)*
37. An Idea (work tape)*
38. Jenny’s Theme (work tape)*
39. Early Finale (demo)*

*Previously unreleased

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

1. Wonka’s Welcome Song
2. Augustus Gloop
3. Violet Beauregarde
4. Veruca Salt
5. Mike Teavee
6. Main Titles
7. Wonka’s First Shop
8. The Indian Palace
9. Wheels In Motion
10. Charlie’s Birthday Bar
11. The Golden Ticket/Factory
12. Chocolate Explorers
13. Loompa Land
14. The Boat Arrives
15. The River Cruise
16. First Candy
17. Up And Out
18. The River Cruise — Part 2
19. Charlie Declines
20. Finale
21. End Credit Suite

BONUS TRACKS:
22. The Exciting Day*
23. The Busy Beavers*
24. Charlie’s Jackpot*
25. Moms And Dads*
26. Chocolate River*
27. Violet’s Transformation*
28. Bad Nut*
29. Escape To Fudge Mountain*
30. Willy Leaves Home*
31. Mike’s Zapped*
32. The One And Only*
33. Willy Goes Home*
34. The Better Montage*
35. Boatride (unused demo)*
36. More Oompahs (early demo)*

*Previously unreleased

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
TIM BURTON’S CORPSE BRIDE

1. Main Titles
2. According To Plan — Performed by Albert Finney, Joanne Lumley, Tracey Ullman and Paul Whitehouse
3. Victor’s Piano Solo (without dialogue)*
4. Into The Forest
5. Remains Of The Day — Performed by Danny Elfman, Jane Horrocks, Paul Baker, Alison Jiear and Gary Martin
6. Casting A Spell
7. Moon Dance
8. Victor’s Deception
9. Tears To Shed – Performed by Helena Bonham, Jane Horrocks and Enn Reitel
10. Victoria’s Scape
11. The Piano Duet (without dialogue)*
12. New Arrival
13. Victoria’s Wedding
14. The Wedding Song — Performed by Danny Elfman, Jane Horrocks, Paul Baker, Alison Jiear and Gary Martin
15. The Party Arrives
16 Victor’s Wedding
17. Barkis’s Bummer
18. The Finale
19. End Credits Part 1
20. End Credits Part 2 — Bonus Tracks from Bonejangles and His Bone Boys
21. Ball & Socket Lounge Music #1 (Band Version)
22. Remains Of The Day (Combo Lounge Version)
23. Bail & Socket Lounge Music #2
24. Ball & Socket Lounge Music #1 (Combo Version)

BONUS TRACKS

25. Victor & Victoria Meet*
26. Victor’s Escape*
27. Be Gone Ye Demons*
28. Till Dawn*
29. Back Upstairs*
30. Wedding Song Intro*
31. Mayhew Croaks*
32. A Plan Is Forming*
33. A Plan Is Revealed*
34. Mini Lounge*
35. Unused Cue (demo)*
36. Introduction (demo)*
37. Little Melodies (work tape)*

*Previously unreleased

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
ALICE IN WONDERLAND

1. Alice’s Theme
2. Little Alice
3. Proposal (Down The Hole)
4. Doors
5. Drink Me
6. Into The Garden
7. Alice Reprise #1
8. Bandersnatched
9. Finding Absolem
10. Alice Reprise #2
11. The Cheshire Cat
12. Alice And Bayard’s Journey
13. Alice Reprise #3
14. Alice Escapes
15. The White Queen
16. Only A Dream
17. The Dungeon
18. Alice Decides
19. Alice Reprise #4
20. Going To Battle
21. The Final Confrontation
22. Blood Of The Jabberwocky
23. Alice Returns
24. Alice Reprise #5

BONUS TRACKS:
25. Main Title/Opening*
26. Alice And Mom/Sniffing*
27. Hatter Recital*
28. Bayard And The White Queen*
29. Castle Problems*
30. Saving The Hatter*
31. Vorpal Sword*
32. Alice Revealed*
33. Execution*
34. Alice Under Pressure*
35. Dragons & Swords*
36. Alice’s Theme (demo 1)*
37. Alice’s Theme (demo 2)*
38. Alice’s Theme (demo 3)*
39. Alice’s Theme (1st recording)*
*Previously unreleased

ODDITIES AND ENDS
BONUS TRACKS

ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS: THE JAR
1. The Jar 1*
2. The Jar 2*
3. The Jar 3*
4. The Jar 4
5. The Jar 5
6. The Jar 6*
7. The Jar (work tape)*

AMAZING STORIES: FAMILY DOG
8. Amazing Stories: Family Dog — Main Title
9. Amazing Stories: Family Dog — Amazing Stories
10. Family Dog: TV Series — Main Title *
11. Family Dog: TV Series — End Credits*

THE WORLD OF STAINBOY
12. Stainboy Suite*

THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART: The Art Of Tim Burton
13. MOMA — Christmas 1*
14. MOMA — Sneaky*
15. MOMA — Creepy Clowns*
16. MOMA — Too Sweet*
17. MOMA — Sad*
18. MOMA — Eerie Circus*
19. MOMA — Trailer*
20. MOMA — Bells*
21. MOMA — Spies*
22. MOMA — Organ*
23. MOMA — Calliope*
24. MOMA — Alien Calliope*
25. MOMA — Christmas 2*
EDWARD SCISSORHANDS BALLET
Unused Score Demos
26. Overture*
27. Funeral*
28. Houligan*
29. Edward Theme*
30. Suburbia*
31. Kim’s Room*

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32. Theme 1 (demo)*
33. Theme 2 (demo)*
34. Theme 3 (demo)*
35. Theme 4 (demo)*
36. Theme 5 (demo)*
37. Theme 6 (demo)*
ALICE IN WONDERLAND
38. Futterwacken 1 – (demo)*
39. Futterwacken 2 – (demo)*
40. Futterwacken 3 – (demo)*
41. Futterwacken 4 – (demo)*
42. Futterwacken (final film version)*

*Previously unreleased

CURIOS AND CURIOUSER: SONG DEMOS

BONUS TRACKS:

TIM BURTON’S THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS
1. Opening (Danny Elfman vocal version)
2. This Is Halloween (demo)
3. Jack’s Lament (demo)*
4. What’s This?
5. Town Meeting Song
6. Jack’s Obsession (demo)*
7. Kidnap The Sandy Claws (demo)
8. Making Christmas (demo)
9. Oogie Boogie’s Song (demo)
10. Sally’s Song (instrumental demo)*
11. Poor Jack (demo)*
12. Finale/Reprise (demo)*
13. This Time (unused electric song — demo)*
14. This Is Halloween (Italian version)
15. Jack’s Lament (German version)
16. Oogie Boogie’s Song (Italian version)
17. Sally’s Song (German version)
18. Poor Jack (French version)
19. Closing (Danny Elfman Vocal version)

CHARLE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY
20. Augustus Gloop (demo)*
21. Violet Beauregarde (demo)*
22. Veruca Salt (demo)*
23. Mike Teavee (demo)*
24. Veruca Salt (unused Bollywood version – demo)*

TIM BURTON’S CORPSE BRIDE
25. According To Plan (demo)*
26. Tears To Shed (demo)*
27. Remains Of The Day (demo)*
28. Erased (unused song — demo)*
29. The Wedding Song (demo)*

*Previously unreleased

NOTES AND NOTIONS: ORCHESTRA-ONLY VERSIONS

BONUS TRACKS:

TIM BURTON’S NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS
1. Opening (orchestra-only version)*
2. This Is Halloween (orchestra-only version)*
3. Jack’s Lament (orchestra-only version)*
4. What’s This? (orchestra-only version)*
5. Town Meeting Song (orchestra-only version)*
6. Jack’s Obsession (orchestra-only version)*
7. Kidnap The Sandy Claws (orchestra-only version)*
8. Making Christmas (orchestra-only version)*
9. Oogie Boogie’s Song (orchestra-only version)*
10. Sally’s Song (orchestra-only version)*
11. Finale/Reprise (orchestra-only version)*
12. Closing (orchestra–only version)*
CHARLE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY
13. Wonka’s Welcome Song (orchestra-only version)*
14. Augustus Gloop (orchestra-only version)*
15. Violet Beauregarde (orchestra-only version)*
16. Veruca Salt (orchestra-only version)*
17. Mike Teavee (orchestra – only version)*

TIM BURTON’S CORPSE BRIDE
18. According To Plan (orchestra-only version)*
19. Remains Of The Day (orchestra-only version)*
20. Tears To Shed (orchestra-only version)*
21. The Wedding Song (orchestra-only version)*
22. Corpse Bride Piano (work tape)*

BONUS: THE DANNY ELFMAN & TIM BURTON 25th ANNIVERSARY MUSIC BOX SUITES
23. Medley Suite*
24. Edward Scissorhands Suite*
25. Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas Suite*
26. Pee-wee’s Big Adventure Suite*

*Previously unreleased

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