Alien (soundtrack) - Track Listing - Complete Edition Track Listing

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Complete Edition Track Listing

Disc 1
  1. "Main Title" (4:12)
  2. "Hyper Sleep" (2:46)
  3. "The Landing" (4:31)
  4. "The Terrain" (2:21)
  5. "The Craft" (1:00)
  6. "The Passage" (1:49)
  7. "The Skeleton" (2:30)
  8. "A New Face" (2:35)
  9. "Hanging On" (3:39)
  10. "The Lab" (1:05)
  11. "Drop Out" (0:57)
  12. "Nothing To Say" (1:52)
  13. "Cat Nip" (1:01)
  14. "Here Kitty" (2:08)
  15. "The Shaft" (4:31)
  16. "It's A Droid" (3:28)
  17. "Parker's Death" (1:51)
  18. "The Eggs" (2:24)
  19. "Sleepy Alien" (1:04)
  20. "To Sleep" (1:56)
  21. "The Cupboard" (3:05)
  22. "Out The Door" (3:13)
  23. "End Title" (3:09)
  24. "Main Title" (Rescored Alternate) (4:11)
  25. "Hyper Sleep" (Rescored Alternate) (2:45)
  26. "The Terrain" (Rescored Alternate) (0:58)
  27. "The Skeleton" (Rescored Alternate) (2:31)
  28. "Hanging On" (Rescored Alternate) (3:08)
  29. "The Cupboard" (Rescored Alternate) (3:12)
  30. "Out The Door" (Rescored Alternate) (3:02)
Disc 2
  1. "Main Title" (3:37)
  2. "The Face Hugger" (2:36)
  3. "Breakaway" (3:03)
  4. "Acid Test" (4:40)
  5. "The Landing" (4:31)
  6. "The Droid" (4:44)
  7. "The Recovery" (2:50)
  8. "The Alien Planet" (2:30)
  9. "The Shaft" (4:01)
  10. "End Title" (3:09)
  11. "Main Title" (film version) (bonus) (3:44)
  12. "The Skeleton" (alternate take) (bonus) (2:34)
  13. "The Passage" (demonstration excerpt) (bonus) (1:54)
  14. "Hanging On" (demonstration excerpt) (bonus) (1:08)
  15. "Parker's Death" (demonstration excerpt) (bonus) (1:07)
  16. "It's A Droid" (unused inserts) (bonus) (1:27)
  17. "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" (source) (bonus) (1:49)

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