Orignal TV Soundtrack

Lexx: The Series

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Marty Simon, who composed, arranged, and performed the music for the television series Lexx, finds ample opportunity to try a little bit of everything (everything you can get electronically, anyway) in scoring the unusual science fiction show, which presents the adventures of the crew members (particularly the buxom Zev/Xev) of a spaceship that is really a sort of giant insect. Simon occasionally borrows from earthbound sources, such as the South African music that informs the first track here, "Opening Theme - Season 3." But most of the time he sounds like he's been influenced by the music on other sci-fi TV series, particularly Star Trek. The soundtrack contains bits of dialogue that will increase the enjoyment of viewers who buy it as a souvenir. The cues are taken from various episodes and make up a lengthy suite of varied moods, from serene to ominous and tense. This isn't particularly inspired music, but it does its job week to week on the show.

Track Listing

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time
1 1:02
2 0:18
3 2:20
4 2:38
5 1:38
6 4:15
7 0:58
8 3:42
9 2:41
10 1:03
11 2:54
12 3:09
13 4:13
14 6:33
15 0:17
16 1:36
17 4:58
18 4:47
19 3:49
20 2:01
21 1:38
22 1:48
23 0:32
24 2:28
25 1:06
26 2:23
27 1:42
28 1:27
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