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Title - 'Doctor Who: The Caves of Androzani
Artist - Roger Limb and The BBC Radiophonic Workshop

In truth, you have to be a true Doctor Who fan to enjoy this kind of music from the TV series. Especially the '80s flavored incidental music from an era that gave us so much background music per episode you never even knew it was there - until the tension built!

'The Caves of Androzani' was Roger Limb's seventh of eight contributions to the series, and the first of his two very successful collaborations with director Graeme Harper. The actual TV show was broadcast in March 1984, the four episodes showing the regeneration of The Fifth Doctor (Peter Davison) into The Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker).

From a personal opinion, I love this '80s era of the Dr. Who music more than this new era. But, then again, I love everything about the '80s, in general! And again, for my money, this soundtrack was actually one of the better ones. But do remember that these soundtracks are very different to the music you now hear on the updated Dr. Who TV series. Vastly different, in fact.

In closing also know that in 2009 'The Caves Of Androzani' was actaully voted the best in the history of the series by fans! How about them apples!!