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John Williams - Main Title/Blockade Runner Album

John Williams - Main Title/Blockade Runner Album Performer: John Williams
Title: Main Title/Blockade Runner
Style: Modern Classical
Label: BMG
# Cat: 74321-455952
Released: 1997
Country: US
FLAC album: 1563 mb
MP3 album: 1677 mb
Rating: 4.8
Genre: Electronic / Screen


1Imperial Attack 6:43
2Main Title/Blockade Runner2:14


  • Composed By, Conductor, ProducerJohn Williams
  • Edited By [Album Editing And Assembly Supervised By]Michael Matessino
  • Edited By [Supervising Music Editor]Kenneth Wannberg
  • Engineer [Recording]Eric Tomlinson
  • Mastered By [Multi-track Transfers]Brian Risner
  • Orchestrated By [Orchestrations]Herbert W. Spencer
  • PerformerLondon Symphony Orchestra
  • Producer [Album]Nick Redman
  • Recording SupervisorLionel Newman


Selected from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack "A New Hope (Special Edition)".

Recorded at Anvil Studios, Denham, England March 5, 8, 12, 15 & 16, 1977.

Published by Bantha Music Inc. (BMI). Co-published by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI).


  • Barcode: 7 4321-455952 9


  • Copyright (c) – Lucasfilm Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lucasfilm Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – BMG Entertainment
  • Distributed By – BMG Entertainment
  • Published By – Bantha Music
  • Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
  • Recorded At – Anvil Recording Studios

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Star Wars: A New Hope - Special Edition (Millenium Falcon shaped CD-single; slimline jewel case; film artwork; includes "Main Title/Blockade Runner" and "Imperial Attack"; produced by Pepsi in Europe and includes the Pepsi logo on the back of the insert; reportedly only 18 were produced) RCA Victor 74321-455952 @ ""
Ultra Rare Millenium Falcon Shaped CD Cancelled Pepsi Promo.

Very little is known about this CD other than apparently it is the rarest of all the Star Wars CDs out there. My understanding is that it was to be for a Pepsi promotion that got cancelled. I tried to research it further, but could find no other information on this item. The closest I found was that a Millennium Falcon shaped CD was considered but cancelled. There was even a rough drawing, but nothing more. Well, the CD was made, and for or with Pepsi (see photos), but then disappeared. As far as the disc, it was made by the same manufacturer as all the other shaped CDs back in the mid to late 90's. The disc was obtained in either 1997 or 1998. The booklet is the standard fold-over card and has the standard perforated spine seams used for slim-line CD-single cases. Both disc and sleeve are in fantastic shape. The design is reminiscent of the RCA Star Wars Soundtrack re-release of the mid-90's.