I'm watching the two disc DVD release "As seen on BBC America and BBC Canada".
Ok...I just listened to the first piece of part 2 of the Japan race. An orchestral piece as the camera pans over Tokyo from the air and Jeremy is talking about the possibility of traffic problems ahead. That piece playing is not found on any part of Hans Zimmer "Spectres in the Fog". But could it be that the American/Canadian version of Top Gear has such a different musical soundtrack?
Thanks. Sorry, but that's not it. What I am looking for is something that is an orchestral piece, not a Pink-Floyd style guitar riff. It is when Jeremy just drives out of the underwater tunnel. Even if my time cue might be off, which I doubt because the other songs seem to fit, I've checked every song in that second part of the race from the list and none of them have that piece.
The piece begins when May and Hammond are running to the ferry and the camera shows the stern of the ferry. The piece is quiet at that point. Then as May and Hammond are discussing where Jeremy might be, the piece continues as Jeremy is speeding through the underwater tunnel. And as May and Hammond finish speaking and the scene shifts to Jeremy coming out of the exit of the tunnel and there is a helicopter shot of the exit panning over to the very long bridge leading to shore, the same piece becomes loud and dominates the scene up until Jeremy gets to shore and then puts on the japanese headband (sorry don't know the official word for it). I'm getting this from the season 11 DVD. So even if the timestamp might be off, this is the part I am looking for. And Ultramarine isn't it, sorry.