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Hybrid, yes!wow man, hybrid. this isn't right from you. actually really embarrasing and an absolute no-go from a staff/member of this site to write such a comment. even if it's a joke, this is a shame and sad.I was a bit over the line, I admit. I should have made it clearer that all of that "hottest shit in town" bit was meant purely as a part of my personal opinion regarding his output. I never saw or read any interviews with him. <br><br>I also know about his wife, of course... but I guess I'm just too cynical to accept it as an all-encompasing excuse while seeing such massive fanbase clamoring for his new music. I don't know, I admittedly feel a bit bad about what I'm saying myself. I AM an asshole, sure, but only to an extent. <br><br>I think that saying "he is writing scores that he feels comfortable with" and "living his life however he wants", albeit understandable, is still ignoring the fact that he is an artist with a fanbase. We are living in a time when film composers are slowly getting a mainstream recognition as a type of musicians comparable to bands or singers. And that creates a certain responsibility towards that fanbase. An artist doesn't have to fulfill it, sure, but he should at the very least acknowledge and address it.<br><br>Which brings to mind an image of Hans going on a massive tour whilst giving zero fucks about the CD presentation of his scores, but I digress.<br><br>I wouldn't dare giving Powell advices about how to deal with a pain of the loved one's loss. But on the other hand, I strongly believe in artist's responsibility towards the fans. <br><br>For example, that's why I would kick everybody saying "GRRM is not your bitch" right in the goddamn nuts.Now I have ONE true reason to want this score to win !<br><br>PEACE ! lolI stand corrected. Though it's still possible that the score is a combination of live orchestra and samples, a lot of RCP music does that.
Ds beat me to a few of the points I was going to make, so thanks. :) I'll try to keep this brief, but it won't be.<br><br>Macejko, the only part of your statement that I would 100%, strongly, absolutely disagree with is the "pretentious douche" part. When has he ever "acted like the hottest shit in town"? Do we have any record of him actually refusing assignments? I mean, clearly his output has slowed down since 2012, but why do you act like he's doing that because he thinks he's better than everyone else? I don't see that as pretentious. Especially not given what we know about his personal circumstances. For all we know his decision to take on less work was caused by the knowledge that his wife was sick and wanting to spend as much time with her and with their son as he could. You really still want to call him pretentious?<br><br>Now, what I do agree with is the impression that Powell is no longer really developing as an artist. He's found his niche and is writing scores that he feels comfortable with, but I haven't been "surprised" by anything he's written since probably 2010 or 2011. Is that a problem? Well, depends on what your priorities are. I don't rate innovation as highly as I do music that speaks to me on an emotional level, that I love listening to and want to hear over and over again. And with scores like Pan and HTTYD2 Powell has definitely provided that, while Hans Zimmer for all of the "pushing the envelope" and "breaking boundaries" he's done (or claimed to have done) in the last 7, 8 years has in the process left behind many of the things that made me love his music in the first place. He's written some fine and certainly interesting scores in those years (and some I never want to hear again), but I'd throw out every single one of them to hear another At World's End or King Arthur, just a big old epic larger-than-life fun time that cares more about entertaining you than trying to musically divide by zero or whatever. But now I'm turning this into a Powell vs. Zimmer argument which was never really my intention. :p<br><br>At the same time I can't pretend that it doesn't hurt to see how much Powell has slowed down. I mean his run of form from 2003-2011 is the stuff of legend, 3-4 scores a year in all sorts of different genres, all of it quality stuff. He was pretty much hitting the sweet spot: innovating, developing his style, trying out new things but not sacrificing his voice or the accessibility of his music. If he were to keep up that trajectory for a career spanning several decades he'd be in contention for greatest of all time IMO. Sadly it doesn't look like that's going to happen anymore. I think it's a fair criticism to say he's dropped off, or at the very least leveled out. I just don't think it's fair to call him pretentious for doing so. The man's a human being and he has the right to live his life however he wants.But you know he never said he has nothing to prove. I don't think he even think such a thing, actually he seems like a very humble and nice guy, much like Hans. I just tell you this based on all the great things he did in many genres throughout his career.<br><br>I guess he just want to write music he likes and the way he likes it. Many producers/directors want something more restrained for their movies, that's ok, they can get someone else. If you can afford doing what you like for a living, why the hell would you accept jobs you don't like?<br><br>And SW isn't about "creativity", it's just about this kind of busy orchestral music with lots of frenetic parts which Powell seems to really like these days.If only every annoying film music fan would be so willing to take his own life as this one...If this nominated for golden globe or even Oscar and win the title I'll kill my self.<br><br>This score is nothing compared to interstellar or even to POTC 3.The moment an artist thinks he has "nothing more to prove", he is creatively dead. <br><br>Also, thinking that only animation and Star Wars provide a field for any kind of innovation and experimentation is just ludicrous beyond words, Ds. SW especially is the most musically restricted franchise on the planet.
Fair point. Just look at what Balfe did this year, Lego Batman, Churchill, Genius, The Crown, Geostorm... and all are somewhat different in tone. He was on fire this year for sure.Here is another comparison which to me seems more relevant than yours :<br>Lorne is doing a lot of projects and getting better and better in various styles.<br>And Ramin is also doing a lot of projects but is far, far behind in terms of styles and creativity. I'm not saying he doesn't evolve, but at this rate he will need 3 lifes to catch up on Balfe's current level.<br><br>Powell has nothing to prove, he has already mastered all genres and is now able to write the music he likes most : crazy orchestral pieces where nothing is forbidden. Today, only animated movies allow this style of scores to exist. And also Star Wars :-pEdmund wrong again !!!!!balfe posted some photos of the recording sessions for the crown^ lol. Harsh, but he’s not wrong. Although, I hate to say it, we could say the same for Zimmer in my opinion.I must admit I'm starting to think of Powell as sort of a pretentious douche. All the time he acts like the hottest shit in town, refusing to score basically everything they offer him, and when he finally descends from his golden throne and graces us peasants with a new score for his beloved kiddie animated genre, even then he doesn't handle the majority of the score himself.<br>This might be a fun score, I'm sure it's gonna be, but I'm also pretty sure that it's going to sound like every other Powell score from the last 6 or so years. The man hides in a cave, doesn't evolve at all and for some mysterious reason he is still revered like a second coming of Jesus Christ. Say anything you will about Lorne Balfe, but at least he is working his ass off and slowly getting better and better.
Wow full credits already.<br>(Quite surprised so many tracks are not pure Powell's)<br><br>Anyway smples on LLL sounds awesome, Powell at its quite best of course.<br><br>That Madrid Finale, omg, classical!I wouldn't want to sully this score's reputation by giving it an award as arbitrary and meaningless as the Oscar!Genuinely mind-blown at this score's under-appreciation...definitely deserved an Academy Award, or a nomination at the very least. One of the greatest film scores of all time.I haven't heard it yet, but the majority of Balfe's scores are done with samples so I wouldn't be surprised at allWas this score recorded with a real orchestra? Sometimes it sounds like it comes straight from a computer. Like Your Majesty for example. Lorne uploaded 2 unreleased tracks btw.
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Batman Begins (Expanded Score)
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Length: 177'38
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  1. Batman Titles (0:51)
  2. Young Bruce Falls (1:49)
  3. Prison Nightmare (1:01)
  4. Meeting Ducard (1:57)
  5. The Long Walk (2:19)
  6. Monastery (2:45)
  7. Father To The Rescue (2:12)
  8. Bruce’s Discomfort (0:37)
  9. Mugging (Part 1) (1:18)
  10. Mugging (Part 2) (2:50)
  11. Training (2:50)
  12. Campfire (3:27)
  13. Courthouse (Part 1) (2:39)
  14. Your System Is Broken (0:56)
  15. Meeting Falcone (3:08)
  16. Decision (2:31)
  17. Hide In The Dark (2:59)
  18. Initiation Into League (2:31)
  19. Temple Fight (4:05)
  20. Return To Gotham (0:51)
  21. Crane Warns Rachel (Part 1) (0:59)
  22. Crane Warns Rachel (Part 2) (1:14)
  23. The Bat Cave (2:57)
  24. Wayne Enterprises (1:24)
  25. Prototypes (1:41)
  26. Preparing Equipment (1:49)
  27. Why Bats (2:34)
  28. Dockyard Ambush (Part 1) (2:51)
  29. Dockyard Ambush (Part 2) (0:29)
  30. Rachel Attacked (2:24)
  31. Microwave Stolen (1:24)
  32. Meeting Rachel (1:37)
  33. Crane’s Mask (0:44)
  34. Gordon At Home (1:27)
  35. Batman On Fire (2:31)
  36. Finders Keepers (Part 1) (0:52)
  37. Finders Keepers (Part 2) (0:56)
  38. Fox Is Fired (1:11)
  39. Making Medicine (4:08)
  40. Fight In Crane’s Lab (Part 1) (4:44)
  41. Fight In Crane’s Lab (Part 2) (0:26)
  42. Fight In Crane’s Lab (Part 3) (0:45)
  43. Backup (1:34)
  44. Batmobile Chase (5:01)
  45. Rachel In Bat Cave (1:26)
  46. Your Father’s Name (0:55)
  47. Crane Interrogated (0:33)
  48. Ducard Appears (1:08)
  49. Ducard & Gotham’s Fate (3:30)
  50. Bruce Left For Dead (3:14)
  51. Antidote (3:32)
  52. Batman Arrives (2:30)
  53. Rescue Rachel (2:55)
  54. Final Confrontation (1:19)
  55. Train Fight (Part 1) (1:59)
  56. Train Fight (Part 2) (1:23)
  57. Danger Over (0:52)
  58. Surveying The Ruins (3:19)
  59. Gordon Says Thanks (1:51)
  60. End Credits (3:30)
  61. Ra’s Al Ghul Suite (7:15)
  62. Batman Theme (3:16)
  63. Prison Nightmare (Alternate Mix) (1:01)
  64. Monastery (Alternate Mix) (2:45)
  65. Father To The Rescue (Alternate Mix) (2:12)
  66. Mugging (Part 1) (Alternate Mix) (1:06)
  67. Mugging (Part 2) (Alternate Mix) (2:50)
  68. Training (Alternate Mix 1) (2:53)
  69. Training (Alternate Mix 2) (2:49)
  70. Campfire (Alternate Mix 1) (3:27)
  71. Campfire (Alternate Mix 2) (3:27)
  72. Your System Is Broken (Alternate Mix) (0:56)
  73. Meeting Falcone (Alternate Mix) (3:09)
  74. Decision (Alternate Mix) (2:31)
  75. Crane Warns Rachel (Part 1) (Alternate Mix) (0:58)
  76. Crane Warns Rachel (Part 2) (Alternate Mix) (1:14)
  77. Preparing Equipment (Alternate Mix) (1:54)
  78. Why Bats? (Alternate) (2:33)
  79. Batman On Fire (Alternate) (2:28)
  80. Batmobile Chase (Alternate Mix) (4:51)
  81. Gordon Says Thanks (Alternate Mix) (1:51)
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T-Mann036 reply Replies: 1 || 2011-04-25 00:48:28
If I only had a nickel for every time I see a die-hard Zimmer & Howard fan demanding the expanded or complete film score of Batman Begins... and I happened to be one of them.


Mike2012-12-28 01:10:46
A two-CD release like we got for TDK would be really, really awesome. Problem is, I think TDK only got that since the movie was so popular. This movie wasn't.

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2012-12-27 09:01:17
Question, Hybrid:

You said you couldn't give the credits for this score since the main stuff was written by both Hans and James, with Hans sometimes using James' stuff and James sometimes using Hans' stuff. You said, though, that you could give the credits for TDK since it's more clear-cut.

However, TDK has quite a bit of temp music in it (LSI Extraction is Batman Visits Gordon, Trip to Hong Kong is Preparing Equipment, You're Gonna Love Me is part of Fight in Crane's Lab)...SO THE QUESTION, THEN, is this: if you can say who composed the temp music in TDK, can you say who composed the same thing in Begins or not?

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2012-12-26 01:52:52
Something I find interesting about this score is the lack of theme suite material on CD3 (besides Ra's Al Ghul and Batman Theme). It's mostly alternate cues. Speaking of which, it seems we got the alternate version of Batmobile Chase on the album. I wonder why.

Oh, and Merry Christmas, everybody.

Rene reply Replies: 5 || 2012-12-07 20:11:59
Hybrid Soldier@ we want the full credits of the expanded score.


Mike2012-12-07 20:14:25
Guys, he already said it's too hard for this one. And besides, he's been nice enough to give us the credits to At World's End, TDKR, and (soon) TDK, so be thankful for what we have.


Hybrid Soldier2012-12-07 20:25:43
I can give you Transformers 2 if you want, to apologize... xD


thejok3rrules2012-12-07 22:21:01
PLEASE!! :D


Mike2012-12-08 03:22:42
PLEASE seconded. I'd be interested in knowing what "additional music" Zimmer wrote.


dolan2012-12-08 05:17:17
plz!!!1!

Anonymous reply Replies: 1 || 2012-07-26 17:10:20
Is this real, or fan made?


Mike2012-11-30 19:54:48
If it's a page on this site, it's real. Are you allowed to get it is another story, sadly. Bootlegs aren't legal.

Paul reply Replies: 9 || 2012-06-28 14:07:12
Does anyone know who composed what track?

Thanks


Anonymous2012-07-23 21:41:27
I cant tell you exactly but in batman begins it is like 70% james newton howard and 30% hans zimmer

james newton howard does the slower more romantic feeling

and hans zimmer does the action sequences


Luna2012-07-23 23:18:14
I Can say the same thing in the dark knight Ex. Watch the world burn


Mr. Charles2012-07-24 00:32:27
I think you guys are wrong. I found a site that has the slate numbers of the cues that JNH composed. There were only a handful of them. And there is a LOT of action music in BB.

The same view for TDK. HZ composed the majority, JNH did the rest, and then Lorne Balfe and Henry Jackman each have a cue.

Also, notice how on the front of each it says "Music Composed by Hans Zimmer & James Newton Howard", not vice versa


Mike2012-11-30 08:25:03
Yeah, I definitely think Anonymous is mistaken. There's no way Begins is 70% Howard and 30% Zimmer. When most people think of the score (with me included), they think of the Hans Zimmer parts of it.


Hybrid Soldier2012-11-30 13:47:55
It's a bit more complicated than that... It's HZ/JNH, that's all !

Ramin had a big input as well. Everyone forgets about that.

Mel's cues are pretty obvious (Titles, Bruce Discomfort, Mugging, Crane's Mask...). Lorne arranged some cues (Backup...).


Mike2012-11-30 19:13:29
Fair enough, Hybrid. :)


Mike2012-11-30 19:16:06
Hmm, so Mel did the stuff that sounds more ambient than musical...Interesting.


Hybrid Soldier2012-11-30 19:23:58
Well, that's his job !

He's not exactly the big Ambient Music Designer of RCP for nothing !!


Mike2012-11-30 19:30:35
Haha, mea culpa. Didn't know that.

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2012-10-29 01:04:45
Does anyone else think Ra's al Ghul's theme is just awesome? It sounds so wise and makes me think of legends and all that.

And it appeared in TDKR. That made me really happy.

Michael reply Replies: 2 || 2012-10-07 02:01:22
What exactly is the point of all the alternate mixes? Were they written "just in case"?


Dawn2012-10-08 09:49:10
I think they composed the "aternate mixes" first, then the director or production asked for "more strings here, less drums here". The composer has to change those details, and try the new version over the pictures.
The writing process is always tricky, and the first version of a cue is rarely the "good one". Though alternate mixes aren't very interesting to listen to, they give good insight of how one cue evolved !


Hybrid Soldier2012-10-08 10:54:36
And generally it's not even the composer doing that, but the music mixer, who has the various stems he mixes.

tomPoland reply Replies: 1 || 2011-08-14 13:29:56
i know different version

1. Opening Titles - Young Bruce Falls (2:04)
2. Prison Nightmare (1:04)
3. Meeting Ducard (2:00)
4. The Long Walk (2:24)
5. Monastery (2:47)
6. Father to the Rescue (2:13)
7. Bruce's Discomfort (0:37)
8. Mugging (Part 1) (1:18)
9. Mugging (Part 2) - Gordon Comforts Bruce (2:50)
10. Training (2:51)
11. Campfire - Bruce Goes Home (3:28)
12. Courthouse (Part 1) (2:40)
13. Your System is Broken (0:57)
14. Meeting Falcone (3:10)
15. Decision (2:31)
16. Hide in the Dark (3:01)
17. Initiation Into the League - Temple Fight - Saving Ducard (6:29)
18. Return to Gotham (0:53)
19. Crane Warns Rachel A (1:00)
20. Crane Warns Rachel B (1:21)
21. The Bat Cave (3:01)
22. Wayne Enterprises (1:26)
23. Prototypes (1:40)
24. Preparing Equipment (1:48)
25. Batman Visits Gordon (1:12)
26. I Need You at the Docks - Why Bats (2:35)
27. Dockyard Ambush (3:09)
28. Rachel Attacked (2:24)
29. Microwave Stolen (1:26)
30. Meeting Rachel (1:38)
31. Crane's Mask (0:43)
32. Gordon At Home (1:27)
33. Batman On Fire (2:33)
34. Finder's Keepers (1:41)
35. Fox is Fired (1:13)
36. Making Medicine (4:10)
37. Fight in Crane's Lab (5:01)
38. Back Up (1:34)
39. Batmobile Chase (5:01)
40. Rachel in Bat Cave (1:26)
41. Your Father's Name (0:57)
42. Crane Interrogated (0:34)
43. Ducard Appears (1:10)
44. Ducard and Gotham's Fate - Bruce Left For Dead (6:39)
45. Rachel Gives Gordon the Antidote (3:32)
46. Batman Arrives (2:29)
47. Batman Rescues Rachel - Fight With League (2:55)
48. Final Confrontation (1:20)
49. Train Fight (3:18)
50. Danger Over (0:54)
51. Surveying the Ruins (3:21)
52. Gordon Says Thanks (1:50)
53. End Credits (9:03)
54. Batman Theme (3:16)
55. Prison Nightmare (Alt.) (1:04)
56. Monastery (Alt.) (2:46)
57. Father to the Rescue (Alt.) (2:13)
58. Mugging (Part 1) (Alt.) (1:07)
59. Mugging (Part 2) - Gordon Comforts Bruce (Alt.) (2:51)
60. Training (Alt. 1) (3:00)
61. Training (Alt. 3) (2:52)
62. Campfire - Bruce Goes Home (Alt. 1) (3:29)
63. Campfire - Bruce Goes Home (Alt. 2) (3:29)
64. Your System is Broken (Alt.) (0:56)
65. Meeting Falcone (Alt.) (3:10)
66. Decision (Alt.) (2:32)
67. Crane Warns Rachel A (Alt.) (1:00)
68. Crane Warns Rachel B (Alt.) (1:21)
69. Preparing Equipment (Alt.) (1:54)
70. I Need You at the Docks - Why Bats (Alt.) (2:35)
71. Batman On Fire (Alt.) (2:28)
72. Batmobile Chase (Alt.) (4:52)
73. Gordon Says Thanks (Alt.) (1:51)
74. Original End Credits (7:15)


Per2011-08-14 18:12:31
It's the same, only some cues have been combined etc.

John reply Replies: 0 || 2011-08-14 07:32:17
Why are tracks "Courthouse (Part 2)" and "One More Container / On The Roof" missing from this?

Steve reply Replies: 4 || 2011-07-24 12:17:13
There is a 4th disc:

CD 4 - Special Album - Orchestral Mixes
1. Opening Titles/The Long Walk (2:52)
2. Meeting Duccard/Monastery (3:23)
3. A Fateful Night/Training (5:12)
4. Bruce Goes Home (4:20)
5. Hide In The Dark (2:49)
6. Temple Fight (6:02)
7. The Bat Cave (1:57)
8. Prototypes (1:35)
9. Preparing Equipment/Why Bats? (3:49)
10. Lighten Up (5:11)
11. Meet The Batman (1:30)
12. Batmobile Chase (4:52)
13. Batman Saves Rachel (4:00)
14. A New Beginning (5:03)
15. Special End Credits (8:26)
16. Ra's Al Ghul Suite (7:15)
17. Batman Begins Suite - Live Recording (4:51)


Dawn2011-07-24 18:57:27
There's an 8 CDs version !

CD5 contains a 60+min suite I've done. CD6 contains the commercial soundtrack arrangements. CD6-7 contain the complete score played backwards. CD-8 contains all the actions cues with more drums added by a friend who knows how to use an audio software ! A-MA-ZING !

Yeah, I am sarcastic. =)

Please, stop the carnage. Guys, STOP putting more and more fanmade, useless stuff online !


Anonymous2011-07-24 20:37:22
Its a fan-made disc by a Shrine user called Arial :S


Anonymous2011-07-27 16:24:20
@Dawn: Wow, two times CD6? xD


Yabadapada2011-07-27 16:42:20
there is also an ultra rare 7th CD with a long burp of Chris nolan (7 secs long) and a record of Christian Bale (it's Batman! oops sorry for the spoiler) screaming at Wally Pfister named : "Am I trashing your lights???!!!" 25 min long : collector!
nah , seriously it's getting annoying all this fanmade stuff as Dawn said..

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2011-07-24 05:36:36
batman FTW! love this score

axel reply Replies: 1 || 2011-06-20 16:30:14
Where is "Courthouse (part2)" in the first CD ? It's probably the music where Bruce Wayne wants to kill his parent's murderer, but a woman do it before him... This music is not in this Recording Sessions...


tom2011-06-21 10:18:57
yes it's not there. good morning.

simon reply Replies: 1 || 2011-05-23 10:09:09
Just got a hold of it, I gotta say it's worth it just for finders keepers without sfx finally and final confrontation/train fight!


Ele2011-05-25 14:38:53
Indeedo! Awesome cues. And of course Batman Theme :D

david reply Replies: 0 || 2011-05-25 10:30:50
It's interesting how different versions of cues were used in the film.

When the bats come to the asylum it's the version that plays when the credits start making "back up" unused.

The beginning of final confrontation is tracked in with the same bit from the chase scene.

Batmobile chase while a few seconds longer than the alternate still doesn't have the film version which includes a couple more uses of the main theme and a great drum bit when the batmobile does a 180 in the tunnel.

John reply Replies: 4 || 2011-05-23 22:37:21
Where is Courthouse (Part 2) and One More Container / On The Roof?? There are two tracks missing I believe.


Uga2011-05-24 01:57:23
They are the only ones missing. I hope we get them somehow.


John 2011-05-24 04:25:42
I just realized theres a bit missing on "Preparing Equipment" when Flass starts the ignition on the car and we see Batman crouching over on a roof putting his black mask on. There was music in those few seconds, but it's not on this release. Also is "Crane Warns Rachel" the rejected / original version to when Bruce is at the pay phone and sees Rachel?


Agent Smith2011-05-24 09:17:41
i would love to get the corthouse cue where the murdering happens, it's really dramatic pure in there, but i doubt we'll get it ever.


John 2011-05-25 00:12:01
Can anyone identify any film versions on CD3 for me? I believe some are film edits such as "Gordon Says Thanks (Alternate)". Is there any other film edits?

Radim reply Replies: 0 || 2011-05-23 20:42:19
Greeat Score :))

Max reply Replies: 2 || 2011-05-22 13:44:22
Just search for it, easy as that!!

Now we just need the 3 pirate recording sessions, especially the rumored 4 disc at world's end.


zach2011-05-23 03:41:22
i would LOVE to have FULL scores from the POTC movies... i would gladly pay for them if they released them


michael2011-05-23 08:21:33
Yeh same, I wouldn't care the price just to have the recording sessions to DMC and At world's end, especially having the complete finale battle from AWE.

David reply Replies: 0 || 2011-05-23 05:08:30
In a perfect world, every movie score would be treated to a commercially available complete release, so that everyone who wanted it would be able to gladly pay for it and support it's composer legitimately. But unfortunately, we instead live in a world where the general public overlooks the magnificent works of art that are film scores such as this one and instead gravitates towards the equalized beeping noises that are mainstream music. Unfortunately, this means that in order to experience them with the complete treatment they deserve, we're forced to do so illegitimately through the underground. It's a sad fact, and it's made even sadder by the fact that commercial film music releases are becoming less and less complete.

fabien reply Replies: 2 || 2011-05-22 21:27:50
Amazing release ! so many additional musics!!!!!! can't stop listening to it!


Anonymous2011-05-23 00:24:07
Which composer did what tracks?


Dakota2011-05-23 02:31:44
Yes I too would like to know which composer did what, like we have for TDK. Please.

Uga reply Replies: 0 || 2011-05-23 02:27:51
I guess hybrid was right when he said this isn't complete. Some tracks are still missing actually, but this is still an extraordinary piece of art.

Brad reply Replies: 19 || 2011-05-22 00:37:15
This has finally leaked!!! Boys, if you know where to look you can find this 3CD beauty and enjoy it in all its glory!


Uga2011-05-22 00:50:02
Do you have it?


Anonymous2011-05-22 03:23:04
I'm on the hunt for it. Now it'll be AWESOME for the King Kong Recording Sessions to leak!!!


Anonymous2011-05-22 03:25:32
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Bad idea. Now the studio will find it track it down and have it removed... if you find out its leaked don't mention it on here... >.<


Anonymous2011-05-22 03:34:32
A Pirates of The Caribbean 1,2 & 3 Recording Sessions would be epic, I'm a fan of the POTC scores. It'll be cool to have those too.


Anonymous2011-05-22 03:59:55
The leak was actually removed within minutes of @Brads post...like @anon said I'm pretty sure this is basically the hornets nest, aka definitely not the place you want to talk about this kind of stuff in.


Anonymous2011-05-22 04:01:22
So now what? We don't get it?


Anonymous2011-05-22 04:07:08
Well, they're guarding this thing like it's Fort Knox. If you want it you'll need some tricks up your sleeve and connections in the right places.


Anonymous2011-05-22 04:08:54
This just sucks, but I'm sure "somehow" it'll get around. But wait, than how did the TDK Recording Sessions leak without it getting removed?


Anonymous2011-05-22 04:12:54
It did get removed, it just took longer. And by the time it WAS removed, enough people had it where it was impossible to stop it from spreading. That fact is probably why this is being guarded so heavily, because of what happened with TDK.


Anonymous2011-05-22 04:16:24
So I just got lucky with TDK. I was really looking forward to having BB as well. Hell, I'd rather have the King Kong than BB.


Dakota2011-05-22 04:41:41
@Anonymous, do you just have full-blown chit chats with yourself?


John 2011-05-22 04:50:50
Some ppl are too lazy I guess to post their names on here so they just leave "Annoymous" and write a comment.


Uga2011-05-22 05:14:27
If you know who I am on some certain websites, I can help ;)


John 2011-05-22 05:23:55
I'm afraid I don't. But if you could help me with finding this, that'll make my da.


Uga2011-05-22 05:34:36
nightmare


John 2011-05-22 06:34:49
So no help there I take it then?


Uga2011-05-22 06:39:42
I can't list any websites. But google can be your best friend


John 2011-05-22 06:40:54
Tried it there, a number of times. Should give it a few more days.


Brad2011-05-22 14:23:44
Sorry for possibly alerting the "higher-ups" about this, but I knew that you all here would definitely want to know when this leaked. Fortunately, I was able to snatch it up before it was removed and let me whet your appetite for it that much more, because this score is possibly my favorite Zimmer score of all time now! Every cue is noteworthy, but especially Train Fight! It is awesome to finally hear that track in full now. The only thing that could be better than this Recording Sessions is a Complete Score to At World's End. That is truly Zimmer's masterpiece. Maybe one day. Nonetheless, let me know if you still would like this, and if you can't find it via Google let me know and I'll do my best to make it available.

Anonymous reply Replies: 1 || 2011-05-22 04:32:38
you guys have to keep the bootleg sharing talk to a minimum, you're making it too obvious! No wonder that link was taken down!


Anonymous2011-05-22 04:35:20
I second this. Posting talk about bootlegs here is like running around a police station screaming about how you have a bag of money you just stole from a federal bank and want to give it to everyone.

HZLeaks reply Replies: 8 || 2011-05-17 19:54:27
The alternates are pretty pointless, they sound identical 99% of the time. Some others have slightly different volume levels for different layers of instruments but for me, all we really need are Disc 1 and 2.


John 2011-05-18 04:35:59
I thought some of the alternates would be Film Versions.


Fil2011-05-18 05:42:05
Did this leak yet?


John 2011-05-18 06:04:39
No. Not yet. But hopefully soon.


john2011-05-18 21:16:10
yeah man, release it already!!! -.-
or put something on the be-loved webradioooo


Anonymous2011-05-18 22:20:59
Patience people, it will leak eventually.


Anonymous2011-05-21 00:20:30
Did Hans Zimmer do just the Ra's Al Ghul & Action scenes and James Newton Howard composed all the Bruce Wayne and Rachel themes?


Uga2011-05-21 00:32:12
I think JNH did drama scenes or mellow sequences. Which could mean he did Ra's al Ghul's theme. I know Zimmer did Scarecrow's.


Anonymous2011-05-21 00:35:36
Interesting. Can't wait for this Complete Score to leak? This is the recording sessions right?

axel reply Replies: 0 || 2011-05-17 09:01:02
I can't wait to find and hear it !!

vdwebb reply Replies: 0 || 2011-05-11 03:34:13
does anyone have a list of who composed which tracks, like we had for TDK?

Webradio reply Replies: 0 || 2011-05-10 09:10:02
Indeed, why it's not possible to put the "Batman Theme" on the webradio? Is this against any rules or something?

DingDongSenior reply Replies: 2 || 2011-05-10 03:10:20
Do any of you guys have any idea on how people manage to find these bootleg scores in the first place?


Dakota2011-05-10 03:58:11
I always wonder the same exact thing


Anonymous2011-05-10 08:32:58
They probably got connections with the people in the industry.

gggh reply Replies: 0 || 2011-05-09 09:55:32
please put the batman theme on the WEBRADIOOOO!!!!

PLEAAAAASEEEEE!!!

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