Monday, September 03, 2012

"Klingon Music"



Okay, we have this one guy who keeps screaming and screaming and screaming like a lost soul that one of our video editors uses “Klingon music” from one of the Star Trek movies to open some of my videos with.

I wouldn’t know. I don’t watch Star Trek movies. But has anyone else noticed, and does it bother anyone?
    
-HAC

11 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

hah yeah actually I noticed that as well. I guess people that have watched star trek movies from 1982 will know what it is. It's a good score.

Seems fine by me but yeah it is associated with that film.

10:29 AM  
Anonymous Steve the Elder said...

I don't know and could not care less. If this is all the complainer has to offer I suppose that could help explain why this movement is lacking traction. Stop whining you boobs and get up here and get serious

11:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey! Anyone who loves to shoot down "imperial" warships full of affirmative action muds ( like a bunch of muds could even run a space ship) can't be all bad.

Charles (the hammer) Martel

12:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Had not noticed.

3:13 PM  
Anonymous Mr. Spock said...

Why would that matter? All the Klingons aren't played by niggers, like that one pictured. Some of the Klingon actors are White. In Star Trek, alien humanoid species are multi-racial, similar to how Earth people are. In fact, they are played by Earth people - duh. The Kligons are a war-like empire. They have a militaristic society, that strictly adheres to a code of chivalry, honor, masculinity, and tradition. All very Aryan-like.

5:27 PM  
Anonymous Phillip Bartz said...

The score is written by Jews. But if you were to divorce ourselves with Jews all at once- there would be nothing left. Let's enjoy the score for now and we'll find some European stuff later.

5:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Klingons were based on the ancient Mongols and were intended to be an analogue for the USSR, with the Federation being the USA and the Romulans being the Chinese. The music is from Star Trek: The Motion Picture and was composed by Jerry Goldsmith, a Jew. Klingons were played by whites, blacks and Jews in the different series and movies. I think the music is great. Jerry Goldsmith, despite being a Jew, was one the best film scorers of the 20th Century.

9:26 AM  
Anonymous Joseph Anthony said...

Not that it matters but according to a book by Gene Roddenberry (The Making of Star Trek) Klingons were supposed to be the Vikings of Outer Space.The United Federation of Planets is the successor to the United Nations and in the 23rd Century we are under global government. Have you not noticed the running stripes on all the Federation starships are red and yellow? What ideology uses red and yellow? Besides if present trends continue only the Chines will be in space in the 23rd Century.Whites will be extinct,unless someone forms an Ethno-sate, of the white race, for the White race, and by the white race!

3:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Losers, people who follow Star Trek are.
Played by Jews, Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock were.
Yeessssss!

Yoda

6:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The LAST people the Klingons are based on is the Aryans, Spock. I've heard they were based on the WW2 Japanese (or at least how the Americans saw them), beastial, uncivilized, inscrutable. But all the other theories may be correct as well. Never heard of them being the "Vikings" of space. Roddenberry was very much a hippie-dippie left wing liberal (he was having an affair with the black woman who played Uhura just prior to the show going on air and probably during as well) so I very much doubt that Roddenberry had anything like Aryans in mind when he created the Klingons.

Mongols, Japs, but certainly NOT "Vikings" or anything Aryan!

8:58 AM  
Blogger Justthisguy said...

As someone who is familiar with _real_ SF in print form since I was, oh, eight years old back in the fifties (my Mom bought me subscriptions to Galaxy and Analog) I was very disappointed when I saw Star Trek come on TV. I was like, "But that theme was explored and exploded back in the Thirties, and you doodahs just dumbed it down for TV!"

P.s. I skated through fourth grade reading things like Clarke's "Earthlight" instead of paying attention in class, because the teacher sang soprano next to me every Sunday in the church choir. She didn't care, as I got straight As anyway.

7:04 PM  

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