Here’s a list of record albums and motion pictures featuring the Blaster Beam.
TV and Motion Pictures:
Wonder Woman (1975-1979), Season 3, Episode 14 – “Spaced Out”, Release Date: 26 Jan 1979. Episode soundtrack by Robert Prince, the score for this episode features Craig Huxley performing the Blaster Beam.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979), soundtrack by Jerry Goldsmith. Appears prominently in the V’ger theme.
Meteor (1979). Used as sound effects during shots of the giant meteorite as it approached Earth.
Black Hole (1979). Used for sound effects.
Battle Beyond the Stars (1980), soundtrack by James Horner. At least half the album was Blaster Beam.
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982), soundtrack by James Horner. The track “Genesis Project” from the album Genesis Project by Craig Huxley was used during the computer generated portions of the Demonstration Presentation of Genesis Project scene. This scene was also notable as cinema’s first entirely computer-generated sequence.
Cat People (1982) soundtrack by Giorgio Moroder. Craig Huxley credited with Blaster Beam – listed as Craig Huntley.
Forbidden World (1982). Used for sound effects.
2010: The Year We Make Contact (1984) soundtrack by David Shire and Craig Huxley. Used in one track, “Reactivating Discovery”.
Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002). Used for sound effect for the seismic charge used by Jango Fett.
10 Cloverfield Lane (2016), soundtrack by Bear McCreary. Featured the Blaster Beam performed by Craig Huxley.
Artists Associated with Blaster Beams.
Quincy Jones , “Ai No Corrida”. Blaster Beam performed by Huxley.