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November 6th, 2023 7 comments

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Doctor Who Time and The Rani Vinyl LP

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Doctor Who – Time And The Rani’ was the opening serial of season 24, first broadcast on September 7th, 1987. It marked the debut of Sylvester McCoy and featured CGI, very much in a basic form as the technology was still in development. It also debuted a new computer animated opening title sequence with a new synthesiser version of the theme created by Keff McCulloch.

The composer was invited to create incidental music for the series and became a regular member of the team also writing music for Delta And The Bannerman, Paradise Towers, Remembrance Of The Daleks, Silver Nemesis, Battlefield, Dimensions In Time and Shada.

Keff, Dominic Glynn and Mark Ayres were the composers for the last three years of Doctor Who on its original run that ended in 1989, the latter compiling and producing this release.

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  • Alan

    December 7th, 2023 - 2:58pm

    Mine arrived today. Very glad that this and RotC complete the Tardis spine.

  • BW

    November 7th, 2023 - 12:40am

    Should have been pink vinyl.

    • Snowman

      March 27th, 2024 - 5:13pm

      Here, Here.

  • MJS

    November 6th, 2023 - 6:11pm

    This is a definite pre-order as that cover is gorgeous, but weirdly I’m happy enough to have the Cybermen one as CD

  • bryan

    November 6th, 2023 - 10:04am

    Ooh CD cancelled. Ordered. I wonder if these complete the Tardis Spine collection, or fif that ship not only sailed but sunk.

    Still bring it on. Hope we get a 14th Doctor collection on Vinyl.

    • Philip Shaw

      November 6th, 2023 - 2:30pm

      I thought the Tardis spine design was meant to different Doctors, no release of Dr 3 and 6.

    • bryan

      November 6th, 2023 - 8:48pm

      Hi Philip Shaw.

      Yes I think it was mind of evil and one I can’t remember. I assume that plan is over and these and any future releases get regular Spines.

      it’s been 4 years since the last Tardi spine release. With most if not all oop (other places may have them still independent Record stores possibly) And so long since the last one,its a hard sell if New buyers picked new TS editions, without having the others

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