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Holy Cow, Fox actually listened
Friday, September 23, 2005 3:42 AM
Thank you to everyone who has purchased and downloaded the
Original Television Soundtrack to Firefly
(link to http://foxmusic.navio.com/firefly).
We would like to sincerely apologize for any technical
difficulties you may have experienced during this process.
We want you to know that we have heard you, and we
have some good news…
- .mp3 files -- We have made .mp3 files available
for download, so everyone, including Mac users, can now
enjoy the Firefly soundtrack.
- Redelivery available
(link to http://foxmusic.navio.com/firefly)-- If you have
already purchased the license rights to the soundtrack, you
can choose to “redeliver” the file in .mp3 format. Please
see instructions below.
We also want to assure you that Greg Edmonson and Joss Whedon
are receiving all of the record royalties due them for
each purchase. We all thank you for your support.
If you have any further feedback, please let us know.
It has been our pleasure to bring you the "Firefly" soundtrack
that you have asked for. We appreciate your excitement about
the release of this digital album, and on behalf of Fox Music,
we wish you the ultimate, shiny “Firefly” experience next week…
1. Go to the Fox Music Site
(link to http://foxmusic.navio.com/firefly)
2. Click on the “AV” tab on the far right of your
browser window. Your Active Viewer will slide out.
3. Login to the Active Viewer. Enter your email address,
Check “Yes, I am a returning user”, and enter the password you
created when you first purchased your Firefly digital album.
4. Click on the “My Stuff” folder icon. Click on the
“Digital Album” link. DOUBLE-click on the “Firefly Original
Soundtrack” link. Scroll down the page to this link: Download
the entire ‘Firefly Original Television Soundtrack Album’
and click on it.
5. Download the file, and you will automatically receive
the .mp3 format.
Friday, September 23, 2005 5:32 AM
Friday, September 23, 2005 8:30 AM
Quote:Erm, did Fox just use the word, "shiny"?
Friday, September 23, 2005 8:42 AM
Quote:Originally posted by SerenityValley:
Erm, did Fox just use the word, "shiny"? It's like those fifth graders using "whaz up dawg." They're trying so hard to be cool, with the in-crowd, but they're just not cutting it.
It is a very nice letter though.
Friday, September 23, 2005 7:11 PM
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Sunday, September 25, 2005 11:22 AM
Quote:Originally posted by Embassy:
I'm curious about the ID3 tags.
I notice that the music, in MP3 form at least, imports into iTunes as "track x of 23".. but there are only 17 tracks in the download. Are there missing tracks somewhere? River's Dance? The Hero of Canton? The wedding dance in OMR?
Sunday, September 25, 2005 1:06 PM
Sunday, September 25, 2005 1:48 PM
Quote:17. Goodbye Early
Sunday, September 25, 2005 3:00 PM
Sunday, September 25, 2005 3:22 PM
Quote:Originally posted by calonriel:
Has anyone noticed that the "Firefly-Main Title" included in this official download is subtly different than the one aired during every episode?
I'm referring specifically to the part in the bridge of the song where there's an 11-note run. It climbs and then falls. You can hear it beginning at the :32 second mark of the track. On the televised version, this plays as a run that sounds as though it's picked on a banjo. On the digital file from Fox Music, it plays as a lilting violin run instead.
Monday, September 26, 2005 7:09 AM
Quote:Originally posted by TrogMan:
Know what? I think the reason these people are acting shiny is because they are not Fox! I'd bet that Fox outsourced the distribution of the soundtrack to this Navio company, which is probably completely unattached to Fox ...
... and that is why they're doing a good job, being considerate, and solving a problem in good faith and with admirable customer service.
Fox should take lessons.
Heh heh.. Outsourced or not, I'm willing to bet they're sales jumped up even higher, despite the fact that the MP3s aren't protected by digital rights watchacallit file.
As soon as people started posting here about their change to MP3 I got it.
Monday, September 26, 2005 1:12 PM
Quote:Originally posted by Blinker:
Quote:17. Goodbye Early
River sits in the cockpit of Early's ship. As the camera slowly gets closer, we notice her GENTLY SWAYING in the seat to music that only she can hear.
SMASH CUT to River's mindscape. She is in Serenity's leaf-strewn cargo hold, SQUARE DANCING with Early and the crew, and SINGING with a strange twang in her voice:
I'll be your bounty!
Let's go out to the blaaaaack, Early
Mal's out there now!
He'll shove you in the baaaaack, Early
Well is that all right?
GOOD! Let's go for a riiiiide, Ear--
*BANG!* Her brother's been shot. River snaps back to reality with a SHRIEK.
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