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Andrew's second solo feature...<br><br><br>Now still waiting for that Sky Hunter release... :(@Hybrid, what happened with Trevor? Why his scores are not listed in the page? ThanksIt is somewhat bizarre that you all are thinking directors actually want to work with Junkie. Surely, the only reason anyone hires him is that they want Zimmer who is not available. Yes, some may have heard Mad Max but it would be silly to think anyone actively wants a Junk score.Bob Badami (as Robert Badami), Melissa Muik, Mark Wherry (as Mark Andrew Wherry are music editors!<br><br>Booklet credits<br><br>Music Editor: Melissa Muik <br>Score Wrangler: Bob Badami<br>Digital Instrument Design: Mark WherryI don't think Junkie XL picks the shittest films to work on. It's just that art film directors won't choose him to score their films. Even in RCP, a lot of his colleagues are more well respected than he is. I would argue Benjamin Wallfisch is already more well regarded. Mad Max is an exception because of its unique setting and story line.
Metro Expanded Score (1997) By Steve Porcaro & James Newton Howard<br><br>I found an interesting about unreleased tracks from the whole movie by one hour and 57 minutes, it's meant something missing in the movie. But I did edit some unreleased tracks from the movie, but not in OST It could be Expanded Score. I'm sure about that!<br><br>1. Main Title (1:57)<br>2. Sam's Death (1:31)<br>3. Keep You Out Of This (0:41)<br>4. Roper & Ronnie (0:51)<br>5. Jewelry Store Heist / That's Korda (1:46<br>6. First Chase (2:41)<br>7. Cable Car Pursuit (6:18)<br>8. He's Getting Away (0:21)<br>9. Car Garage Capture (0:51)<br>10. Dinner Only (1:06)<br>11. Intruder (3:14)<br>12. Ronnie Attack (4:41)<br>13. Love Theme (1:51)<br>14. Korda's Escape (1:49)<br>15. Is She Out There ? (0:26)<br>16. Ronnie Kidnapped / Korda's Demands / The Shipyard (3:16)<br>17. Final Chase (3:11)"I do think he knows how to place emphasis on music as opposed to Joss Whedon or any of the other studio director who treats it like a byproduct."<br><br>I agree with you, except that Snyder and I have very different ideas about what makes good (film) music, and how to emphasize it. Ridley Scott is a somewhat similar case. Somehow he has gotten a ton of great music written for his movies over the years despite the fact that his musical instincts are really strange and misguided sometimes. At least Snyder doesn't butcher the scores he gets.<br><br>You're right that a director like Whedon doesn't seem to pay that much attention to how music can enhance his movie. But as someone who cares about film music 95% of the time as albums, not in film, I often find that a director who gets out of the way and just trusts the composer to do his/her thing is preferable to one who gets overly involved with the scoring process and has lots of ideas about how things should sound. That the subsequent scores end up buried or ineffective in their films is a shame, but the music at least tends to be good on its own terms.@mrzimmerfan<br>Oh no, I mean I love the score as a whole. I was just saying my personal highlights. Man of Steel emotionally resonated with me. But that’s cool that you like BVS, I personally just think Man of Steel is more engaging.@mpolonest: But that moments are simply moments, not the entire score, i prefer BvS, because there is a variety in it: Batman, Wonder Woman, Luthor, and is more complex than MoS (also i prefer the movie over MoS).<br><br>And yes, the theme for Superman is cool, but that dosen't make the entire score cool too.and some nice boob representation, too.
@MrZimmerFan<br><br>Point Break is a lousy movie, but the score and guitar main theme isn't all that bad. Those 10 minutes on the soundtrack don't do it enough justice at all.<br><br>But again - this is Junkie doing action scoring....Miles better than any of his slow stuff. For me, anyway.@Edmund <br>He’s definitely not my favorite director, but I do think he knows how to place emphasis on music as opposed to Joss Whedon or any of the other studio director who treats it like a byproduct. One of my biggest pet peeves is when directors/composers just use music as a sonic wallpaper, instead of letting it improve  and add to the scene. John Ottman is a great example. He can write great themes, but he tends to write underscore which adds nothing to the film. That’s why Zimmer, Williams, James Newton Howard, etc. are so good. They treat each moment with care."Zack Snyder, a director who actually understands music"<br><br>A matter of opinion, and not an opinion I share.@mrzimmerfan <br>I disagree with you there. I love Man of Steel, I think the themes and the overall bombastic nature of the score work perfectly. As for BVS, I’m not a huge fan honestly. There are some amazing highlights, but the tone of the score is so downbeat. It lacks the soaring elements of “Flight” or “What Are You Gonna Do...” and the action highlights of “Terraforming” or “Escape From Ship”. <br><br>To each their own though :-)For the themes mostly, this Batman and this Superman fit with the themes written by Zimmer. But the score by Elfman is miles better than MoS and BvS (for those two, BvS is much interesting and better than MoS, which is only good)<br><br>
I genuinely wish we could hear Justice League, I would have loved to see what he brought to that under Zack Snyder, a director who actually understands music.I still remember when Divergent was released, I was almost immediately dismissive of Junkie XL. Having only heard his remixes and his drum stuff for MoS/300 the first thing I expected was to hear an electronica album with percussion and sound design. So imagine my surprise when I heard several different themes, beautiful string adagios, vocals, and a pretty big variety of styles. And then Run All Night came out and blew me away. Ever since then I’ve been pretty supportive of his work, but I have to agree with everything you guys are saying.<br><br>The past two years have been pretty bad in terms of his ratio of good scores to bad. Black Mass and Brimstone, as I’ve mentioned, are solid scores that veer away from the usual JXL sound. But then we have Deadpool (abrasive), Distance Between Dreams (ok for a stand-alone album), Dark Tower (pretty fun in parts and just bland in others), and Tomb Raider (one of the most generic scores I’ve heard in recent memory). It’s frustrating to see a composer who obviously has talent and a diversity of skills write almost the same thing over and over. <br>And the weirdest thing is, his earlier scores are far more distinctive than his current ones. How did that happen?Nope he released All I see is you Soundtrack last year and it was a great soundtrack..<br><br>Are you sure you're a fan of him?<br><br>So far no project announced for this year but I think there will be at least one...What happened to Marc Streitenfeld? It's been a long time since there has been any involvement or a new score from him. Some years ago, I thought he's going to be the new upcoming star from the horizon of RCP. But then abruptly silence. Any reason or information?@Meta: Really Point Break was interesting?, it's only 10 minutes of music released, and i din't care about it, honestly, and the movie was really, really bad.<br><br>As for Tomb Raider, the music was serviciable in the movie, but i more comfortable with it than Point Break.

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Rhona reply Replies: 0 || 2009-09-02 00:00:00
Dear Mr. Hans Zimmer
I'm a South African musician with a licenciate in music, currently busy with an FTCL in piano and was born with a perfect pitch ,therefor I can play almost any instrument. I have composed numerous pieces, teach and perform.
You know the saying: I'f you can hum it, I can play it" is literally true in my case.
Is there a posibility that I can enter a career in movie soudtracking, as this is my life long dream.

Paul Murashov reply Replies: 0 || 2009-08-30 00:00:00
My email adress

Paul Murashov reply Replies: 0 || 2009-08-28 00:00:00
Dear Hans,
Let me say that you are amazing gifted composer, love your music. And you are like a musical father for me. Thank you for what you are doing. You are a real blessing for all the people musicians and composers on the planet earth,and it's truth. You know i am from small country in Europe , Latvia. Please if you can listen my soundtracks and send some comments it will be a miracle for me. and tell me what i can do with all these stuff. thank you very much.
God Bless You.

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2009-08-24 00:00:00
Hi , My name is Vladimir . I based in Dubai and working at music post production .
Please check my ShowReel at also my offline video channel at

Wish to collaborate with you gays one day . I am planning to visit US in December , maybe will pass by Santa Monica .

Best Regards.

Vladimir Persan

Alexander Stabell reply Replies: 0 || 2009-08-22 00:00:00
Dear Hans,

Your music brings feelings up from the inside, you have writen many incredible songs. I'm only 15 years old, and many people thinks that i'm a guy who listens to rap and all those crap who is made, but no. They looks weird, when i tell i'm listening to your and other componist's formidable work. I thank the lord, for bringing you to earth, and i thank you for making this indescribable piece of work, you've made.

Salute Alexander S.

George reply Replies: 0 || 2009-08-19 00:00:00
hello mister hans, I am creating my music on the piano, and I wish to show you them, please contact me +99597511107, or mail to me I promise you will like it, your bigest fan "George"

Komsan reply Replies: 0 || 2009-08-18 00:00:00
Dear Mr.Hans Zimmer

I am very love you song. now i was see every of your movie. It's wonderfull. You are my real idol.
I am present working as a music composer at Lulaby Music, and have a wide range of responsibilities. There include determine how to composer film score, Arrange and recording in studio.

this is my demo

I would like to know your comment

my email is

(sorry for my english)

thank you

Anna reply Replies: 0 || 2009-08-13 00:00:00
Dear Mr Zimmer,
I love your music! It's amazing, incredible! I'm 17 and I must think about my studies. In the future i want to be a composer like you, Mr Zimmer :) Can you tell me what kind of studies you were? Sorry for my english... Thank you :)

Girl From Norway reply Replies: 0 || 2009-08-04 00:00:00
I love his music!!! :D I am from Norway, and I think Hans is the Best!
ANd you are my Idol! :)

Emeka reply Replies: 0 || 2009-07-27 00:00:00
I was wondering what the lyrics to 160 bpm from angels and demons was?

Ali reply Replies: 0 || 2009-07-23 00:00:00
This is a really cool site! I never knew that Hans Zimmer was so involved in some of my favorite movies! The only thing I would suggest is perhaps improving the look of the site by using a higher quality prgram that allows you to use better themes and make the site look more accomplished.

nahman reply Replies: 0 || 2009-07-20 00:00:00
hans for me you are the best composer of all time one of my biggest dream is to meet you buti doubt the will ever happened i love you hans zimmerkeep making good music you are my idol

Josip and Alen reply Replies: 0 || 2009-07-11 00:00:00
My friend and I have one small favor. Our best friend Mislav Polegubic is celebrating his 18th birthday today on 08th July 2009 and we want to give him something special. He's huge fan of Hans Zimmer and admires the way he has been making his life achievements. While our best friend was watching Pirates of Caribian he was amased by music that was made by Hans Zimmer. Few days after he went to a music shop and he bought CD of Hans Zimmer. Today because of Hans Zimmer he's trying to make something similar to Hans Zimmer arts.
What we want to ask you is there any chance that we can get a Hans Zimmer's signature and some notes or some advices to encourage him to countinue with his dream. What we want isn't expensive but it would mean a lot to him.

Ariel Rose reply Replies: 0 || 2009-07-09 00:00:00
Dear Mr. Zimmer:

I just wanted to let you know that your music is the most inspiring sound I have heard throughout my entire life. The day I heard the music you and Ms. Gerrard created for Gladiator, I came very close to tears and downloaded a horde of your music from various films. . Being a dancer, I've begun to choreograph pieces to your music (of course for personal showings) and your music is just one of it own. There are no words to describe the score you have created for films such as Gladiator, Last Samurai, Black Hawk Down, Dark Knight, King Arthur, Pirates of the Caribbean and so many others. I just wanted you to know how important your music is to me and how much it influences my life.


Teoperseo reply Replies: 0 || 2009-07-05 00:00:00
I'm italian ..second me you will made a version with new language of the web site ... i'm free for collaboration i have the contact for the information for hans zimmer.. if will a version italain i'm free for collaboration..scuse me for the english but i speak very bad... my e-mail is

jon reply Replies: 0 || 2009-07-03 00:00:00
great site !

Ben reply Replies: 0 || 2009-07-02 00:00:00
Hallo I love your work and how you did. You make the movie feel like it's cameing to life. With your music. My favs is king arthur and gladiator. I liked the angels and demons movie but you used the computer to much in that one.

wish you well in there music.

Julia reply Replies: 0 || 2009-07-01 00:00:00
You are amazing. Thank you!

Angels & Devils audience reply Replies: 0 || 2009-06-21 00:00:00
Hi Mr.Hans Zimmer
I`m korean so..i can english a little

i wish you would understand

I see Angels & Devils at yesterday

your BGM is very very Good & Nice

So.. i find your bgm in another movies

and i found your BGM .

that is very nice movie The Dark Night , Dead Man`s Chest , At World`s End and so on.

Yet your All BGM not listening

But I`m sure that Another BGM is the best there is, the best there was and the best there ever will be

tim reply Replies: 0 || 2009-06-17 00:00:00
Hello Hans,
I love your music. It really inspires me to follow in you footsteps. I think that if every composer was like you the world of music would be a lovey place to be- it is now but it would be better! Your music gets to me in all ways.
Tim Hollow

Ibby Josef reply Replies: 0 || 2009-06-06 00:00:00
Hello Hans,

Id just like to say I feel that you are the greatest composer of our time. Your music has the abillity to touch my mind, my heart and soul :)

I hope I have the opportunity to hear your scores/music for as long as possible, you should be proud of your self sir you are a master.

Take care

DemonStar reply Replies: 0 || 2009-06-02 00:00:00
Thanks for the Lion King score petition link banner! :)

Fred reply Replies: 0 || 2009-05-31 00:00:00
Hi RCP-Webmaster,
is there a any special reason why this Website still looks like a temporary/alternativ Page? And why is it still a unofficial Website???
It will be realy cool, when some of you guys redesign this Website to something more professional. It is really unworthy for a artist like Hans Zimmer...!

Pridelander / Miya reply Replies: 0 || 2009-05-30 00:00:00
I just noticed the nice banner link to The Lion King petition on the right side. Thanks! :)

Christopher Pegg reply Replies: 0 || 2009-05-19 00:00:00
Id like to congratulate you on yet another superb display of your musical talents in the soundtrack world. Went to see Angels & Demons last night and i was thrilled with the movie but not just that... the score was amazing. It matched what was happening on the movie perfectly.

Again i would like to thank you in making a great score to a great movie. Keep up the great work and i hope that if the next Langdon book gets turned into a movie that you are again at the scores helm.

Thank You.

david nguyen reply Replies: 0 || 2009-05-11 00:00:00
would you please kindly advise on how I can get permission to use songs from the Dark Knight soundtrack? I am a high school student making a film for a scholarship that would help me pay for college. I have no intention of selling or doing anything illegal with the song. All I want is to use parts of the songs in my movie. Your advise would be much appreciated. thank you

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2009-05-10 00:00:00
hello to everyone who enjoys the beautiful music Hans makes, and I was wondering if anyone knows the fan mail address I could write to? thanks in advance

Vesna, Croatia

Aaron Watson reply Replies: 0 || 2009-04-27 00:00:00
Hello Mr Zimmer,

I don't know if you'll have a moment to read this, but I am a Huge fan of your work. I've played trumpet with a handful of touring national musicals, but I've always dreamed of being able to play in a studio orchestra with your music on the stand. I love arranging and am always trying to figure how you create some of the colors you do, my favorites are always your massive french horns and drums.

If you are, in fact, reading this I have a question. Is there the slightest possibility that I could somehow see a sample page of one of your film scores so that I might have an inkling of how to create a similar effect for the groups that I write for here in Florida? Is there any advice you can give to a loyal fan who's dreamt of playing your music into a mic and now only wants an idea of how to create one moment in music the way you do?

Thank you dearly for your consideration, your talents, and your time for reading my post. I sincerely hope to hear from you soon.

My best,

Aaron Watson
Orlando, FL

biju reply Replies: 0 || 2009-04-17 00:00:00
u r great
plse give ur prsenal id

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