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Murray Gold (born 1969, Portsmouth, England) is a British composer for stage, film, and television.

Gold’s credits date back to 1996, and some of his better-known work includes music for the television series Queer as Folk, Shameless, Casanova, Vanity Fair and Clocking Off as well as the 2000 film Beautiful Creatures. Since 2005, he has served as musical director for the new series of Doctor Who for the BBC. In this capacity, he created a new arrangement of the show’s theme (originally composed by Ron Grainer) and also composes most of the show’s incidental music. There have been nine CD releases covering Gold’s work on the seven series’ of the Doctor Who revival; the most recent being “Doctor Who: The Snowmen / The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe”.


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  • SittyMay

    Murray God [7]

    3 Apr 7:51pm Reply
  • Bad_Doc

    Murray God [6] ♥

    22 Mar 7:44am Reply
  • ttimelady

    Murray God [5] ♥♥

    20 Mar 8:08pm Reply
  • vladozernoy

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    9 Mar 2:36pm Reply
  • Beastay

    Murray God [3] ♥

    9 Mar 9:36am Reply
  • I_am_not_OK_

    Murray God [2]

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  • livesuffer-die

    Victory of the daleks is one of my favorites, and highly underrated imo.

    2 Feb 1:49pm Reply
  • nDroae


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  • nDroae

    I'm not really sure which are underrated since many have few shouts on Lastfm, but when I go on YouTube there are fangirls everywhere :3 A Lonely Decision only has two shouts, which is surprising considering it's possibly the most blatant example of emotional manipulation, multiple times, including the "letter" from Amy after she died. It's one of my favorites. Boe is #227 in the past six months, so it's definitely underrated. The End Draws Near is amazing, that whole score is amazing, so I have high hopes for Time of the Doctor (but there's no way it can top End of Time, it just won't). From Series 7, Infinite Potential and A Secret He Will Take To His Grave, both tracks that everyone should love but I'm not sure whether they do.

    19 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Clackers

    What is people's most underrated Gold DWHO track? Not a track that everyone loves, suggest a track that people can discover for the first time...For me, The Wonder of Balloons is an amazing romp, but I do adore The Carrionites Swarm.

    11 Dec 2013 Reply
  • nDroae

    long was the dalek night / but soon all will be made right / children of gallifrey / are never alone / for the Doctor shall find / our world lost in time / and we have been promised / that he's coming home

    30 Nov 2013 Reply
  • burningcolors


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  • gelche_g

    Murray God

    26 Nov 2013 Reply
  • L057

    Whooo-hooo! Happy 50th anniversary everyone! Geronimo!

    23 Nov 2013 Reply
  • -Zelgadis-

    Happy 50th anniversary!! The Day of the Doctor is here!

    23 Nov 2013 Reply
  • burningcolors

    He's not a bad composer, but his music is used in the show in such an unsubtle emotionally manipulative way that it just becomes embarassing. I'd rather listen to the soundtrack than the music in the actual show. [2]

    11 Nov 2013 Reply
  • piesintheskys44

    'remember me' always fills me with such excitement ha

    10 Nov 2013 Reply
  • TGChanell

    Я ставлю лойс

    28 Oct 2013 Reply
  • MystiaLorelei

    Doomsday :(

    7 Oct 2013 Reply
  • carla_akemi

    "Together or not at all" and "Goodbye Pond" makes me cry everytime just like "Doomsday."

    5 Oct 2013 Reply
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