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Doctor Who Theme
Monday 12th May, 2008 14:05 Comments: 0
Why do I have it stuck in my head? Why?!? It's the new version from the current series, probably because I watched it on BBC One over the weekend. According to Wikipedia:

In November 2007, following the BBC's announcement that it was requiring all series to implement a shorter closing credits sequence, it was rumoured that Murray Gold was working on a third rework of his theme, making Murray Gold only the second person to have arranged two televised versions of the theme (the first being Delia Derbyshire back in 1966). The rumours were proven correct when a new version of the theme -- featuring additional drums, piano and bass guitar while retaining the original Derbyshire electronic sound to drive the melody line as was done with the 2005 arrangement, as well as a variation of "The Chase" counter-melody -- was introduced in the Christmas 2007 episode, "Voyage of the Damned" and is in use for the 2008 series
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctor_Who_theme_music
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