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GITS 2.0? I hope not.I have no idea why, filmmusicreporter wrote about it...Seriously? Why they make this decision? They want to sound like Interstellar or what?LOL, Lorne is co-composing "Ad Astra" with Max Richter, that guy is everywhereI think we can call Ian Brown McCarthy the Anti-MacArthur....lol.... Where MacArthur set out to prove everything was by Zimmer, Ian proves everything is by Lorne. ;)<br><br>Kidding, mostly. Lorne's contributions, especially where he has "producer" credits like on this score, are undeniably underrepresented. I've always considered Lorne a co-composer here, just like on Inception, Sherlock Holmes, and Kung Fu Panda 2-3.
Not to nitpick, but even "near co-composer" is downplaying Lorne's role IMO; I've had him listed as co-composer in my personal library for a solid year now.<br><br>On a relate note: man, Hans and Lorne make damn good music together.What I want to know is if the album version of Nixon Defeated is the solo Hans alt or notFeels like there are more Balfe credits on this version than on the album (e.g. Status Suite, solo Hans on the album, Hans/LB here). In fact I'd go so far as to label him a near co-composer here, just like Inception and Sherlock Holmes.Any word on where this can be found, or if it actually exists? H-Z (here) is the only place any of these tracks (let alone mention of a complete version of this score) can be found.Why you haven't update about David Buckley with Angel Has Fallen score yet?
Yep, fun (if slight) score to a very fun movie. "Get it On" is a great action cue.It was also one of the first HG-W's scores I ever listened to (way back when!), so maybe it's just nostalgia talking. <br>But it's worth a listen at least.It's a shame no one talks about this score. <br><br>It's a great listen if you love heavily percussive music! <br><br>Not a highlight in HG-W's carreer by any means, but it's a fun ride, and has some neat unique sounding stuff courtesy of Heitor Pereira, as well as plenty of goold ol' MV style synth/orchestra pounding!He returns to the hitman's bodyguard part 2I was honored, back in 2006, to meet both Nick Glennie-Smith and Harry Gregson-Williams.<br><br>I talked with both about The Rock, and here's what they told.<br><br>Nick & Hans worked very closely on most of their cues. That's why it's so hard to notice any difference between their own styles (and why they share most of the credits).<br>Harry worked separately from Nick & Hans. He remembered working on the San Francisco Chase (though we know Don Harper helped at some point in the process), and on "a lot of the action material from the second half of the movie, once the heroes reach Alcatraz".<br>The credits here tend to prove they were right.<br><br>All the Opening Titles / SEAL Attack is a bit complicated. Hans might have written the theme, but it also might be arranged for pictures by Nick Glennie-Smith (plus there's a lot more going on in these tracks than the man theme alone). So, well, I guess the final result still is a collaborative effort.
A brilliant score, no matter what some people might say. Some of the darkest and most beautiful themes by Hans Zimmer were born here, as well as a lot of very exciting and propulsive electronic techniques. <br>Heck, I even like the movie! The score fits like a glove.<br>It helps that I'm a huge Tony Scott fan though.<br><br>Zimmer would even 'steal' from this score quite a bit in some of his later films. The 'Wayne Manor Suite' from TDKR comes to mind, as well as one of the Blade Runner 2049 themes being strangely similar to The Fan's 'Opening Titles' theme, and I'm sure there are other examples.<br><br>I would love for a complete version to be officially released sometime. It's very unlikely, but one can dream...Listen to the first demo at NGS demos album of "The Rock". The opening and SEAL Attack have a few notes from original NGS theme. That's why NGS is credited to it.I remember hearing something about NGS not wanting his name in the opening credits since it was a Hans cue playing. So yeah. I think the opening is really just Zimmer and the NGS credit is a formality since it was supposed to be Nick’s score.I'm sorry, disregard EVERYTHING I just wrote...The credit on "SEAL Attack" is HZ/NGS/Stern, not HZ/HGW/Stern. Not sure how I missed that. *facepalm*OK, so a thought...<br><br>"Opening" and "SEAL Attack" are functionally identical; Hybrid says that Hans originally wrote it for the latter scene and it was then placed over the main titles of the film. However, the former is credited to Hans and NGS, the latter to Hans, HGW and Steven Stern. Presumably, since HGW/Stern aren't credited on "Opening", their contribution to "SEAL Attack" is limited to that first minute, which does indeed have a lot of HGW-ish percussion work to my ears. That leaves the rest of "SEAL Attack" as Hans' work alone, which begs the question: why the heck is NGS credited for "Opening", then, since it's basically identical? Screw it, I'm labeling that a solo Hans cue. Always bugged me that there wasn't at least one on this score. :p
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Click (Complete Score)
Label: Unofficial Release
Length: 27'53
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  1. Goodbye Michael (0:26)
  2. Helicopter Crash (0:15)
  3. Intro Remote (1:55)
  4. Donna Paused (0:25)
  5. Dog Volume Down (0:28)
  6. Sundance Fast Forward (0:20)
  7. Mute Janeen (0:32)
  8. DVD Menu World #1 (0:43)
  9. Vagina Limbo (0:23)
  10. DVD Menu World #3 (0:39)
  11. Skipping Chapters (0:46)
  12. Fast Forward Sex (0:20)
  13. Where'd You Come From? (0:22)
  14. Fast Forward Shower (0:12)
  15. Breakfast With The Kids (0:16)
  16. I Love You (0:13)
  17. A Gift For Donna (0:57)
  18. Honey You Remembered (0:17)
  19. Back To Morty (0:11)
  20. Rainy Transition (0:19)
  21. Listening To Donna (0:41)
  22. The One Year Hump (0:59)
  23. Enter Peanut (0:16)
  24. Do You Still Love Me? (0:35)
  25. Don't Hit The Button (0:18)
  26. Morty Surprises Michael (0:09)
  27. Come On Just Take It (1:05)
  28. Skip Forwar Fat Guy (0:19)
  29. Fat Guy Gets Up (0:19)
  30. Cheating With The Sea (0:56)
  31. A Note To Donna (0:21)
  32. Post Lipo (0:43)
  33. Bill's My Husband (0:15)
  34. Grandpa Died (1:43)
  35. Goodbye Dad (1:56)
  36. I'm An Angel (0:32)
  37. Mom (0:23)
  38. Heart Attack (0:41)
  39. Hospital Escape (4:08)
  40. Michael Comes Home (1:04)
  41. Morty's Gift (0:57)
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Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 5 || 2011-03-15 00:00:00
That's it !

Go to RGW's Facebook page ! ;)


al bundy2012-04-09 21:42:00
too bad the download links there are already dead...


Areozz2012-04-09 22:41:36
Could be because you are a year (and then some) late. Just a thought. Things don't stay around forever.


Everan2012-04-11 02:02:17
So, does this still exists out there? Have not seen anything except a "complete score" that doesn't have any of these tracks.
:(


Evenstar2012-04-22 14:15:56
since the promo was uploaded from the composer himself i think this link is ok... here you can listen to the hospital scene youtube.com/watch?v=wwK9vQW05vQ


Everan2012-04-22 20:04:58
Thank you Evenstar!! Would have never found it if it wasn't for you. That's the only track I've been looking for. Took 3 years.

Fido Dido reply Replies: 0 || 2011-05-31 23:20:21
please, How can I download this album??
I like all of them specially hospital escape...

Nick reply Replies: 0 || 2011-03-15 00:00:00
Awesome, thanks man

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