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After listening to the whole thing, I can say that, while not as great as Newton Howard, Zanelli did a great job in here, adapting the original themes as well as creating some new ones.<br><br>The first half of the album drags a bit, but the second half is really fantastic!Is a CD release being planned?<br><br>If so, when is it coming out?zimmer said once, that he was very satisfied of how his music was presented in the ost and that it would let the music speak in that way as he wanted to be heard, and that there aren't much of importing cues that should have been added or released. <br><br>but i guess he hasn't recognized how much love his score have gotten over the years, until his first world tour. there has been a huge demand and loud screaming after the tracklist of his show had  been released and there was no sign of last samurai. people complained and asked (esp. through this site) for a cue of Last Samurai to be played in their show, but it the developement of the show was already at its end and so he hadn't the chance to include a cue of it aswell. but atleast he recognized how much people are loving that score and respect his work on it. maybe that has changed his mind and view to the score and a propper and complete release of the score...@Hybrid Soldier, out of curiosity, why is the Last Samurai have conditions? A better way to ask is, what is the backstory with it what seems to cause reservations for Hans? Thanks!Really fantastic writing here, definitely taking inspiration from JNH’s style without trying to copy. And the adaptation of Maleficent’s “curse” theme from the first score in “The Phoenix” is definitely a highlight.
No idea, and Last Samurai is not a no-go from Hans. It might have been under certain circumstances in the past but last time I asked him he was open for it (under some conditions, obviously).@Hybrid Soldier: Do you know if there is any chance LLL would take this as a candidate for a propper release? Or is it a no-go for Zimmer like with Last Samurai?I think prayer is private video from Lorne Balfe's YouTube Channel. Also, there have prayer video still here by YouTube Search by another channel posted the videoCan anyone confirm if "Prayer" is on the OST? Since the video has been deleted, I'm not sure if anyone has a saved copy to check.I would buy a copy of an official release of this score. The Jablonsky variations is one of my favorite HZ tracks.
Just listened to the first track, "Mistress of Evil", and Zanelli kept some of the themes from James Newton Howard!<br><br>I'm so happy about this and if the rest score is like this, it could be one of the scores of the year.<br><br>Really excited about the full thing!From what i hearing from the samples, it seems Zanelli make a great score.@Andreas<br>JNH did such a great job with the first score, I honestly didn’t expect them to return to the same themes. Super happy to hear this!Saw the film yesterday, the score relies heavy on JNH's themes and are used a lot throughout the film. Great choral work and a few standout action moments from Zanelli. For me this one felt similar as his approach to Dead Men Tell No Tales in case of using established themes.Wow! I almost lost hope :)
On Itunes NZ<br><br>https:// music.apple.com/nz/album/maleficent-mistress-evil-original- motion-picture-soundtrack/1482698529Yay! Someone make a chrono order plsTuesday is taken from Max Richter's album Three Worlds, and the vocals that were in it originally were removed.why max richter and lorne balfe in one single album? because we talked about it previously, that they are supposed to be released separately.And what's wrong with the "20. tuesday", 21:07, that long?why max richter and lorne balfe in one single album? because we talked about it previously, that they are supposed to be released separately.And what's wrong with the "20. tuesday", 21:07, that long?
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Klaus BadeltAndrew RaiherDaniel Rojas
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L'Ordre Et La Morale
Label: Labelzero.com
Length: 34'27
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  1. Beginning Of The Day (1:23)
  2. Flying (2:23)
  3. Journey To Jungle (2:47)
  4. Reached The Beach (1:13)
  5. Attack (2:34)
  6. Barbarie (2:28)
  7. Captured (1:49)
  8. Fan (1:00)
  9. Busted (2:23)
  10. Pre-Attack (3:36)
  11. Big Attack (7:50)
  12. Aftermath (5:02)
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Adrian reply Replies: 3 || 2011-11-19 16:12:42
Interesting score, especially because it's so percussion-based!


Feliz2011-11-21 01:00:26
Hmm. It's interesting, but overall it's almost all just sound design and a bunch of drone/boom-ness. I do like Beginning of the Day though; it introduces an actual motif, and Aftermath is great, really driving the little melody home.


tim2011-11-24 09:08:30
i am a badelt fan, and i'm hearing and loving to hear his scores!
after I've seen the cover and the track-titles i thought YES THAT WILL BE A GREAT SCORE.

then i've heard to it and i have to say, i never ever heard to a score like that, for me, this is the worst score that I've heard ever!

even hgw with his drums etc can't top this. HORRIBLE!!!
not even a try to make music, just some strange drum-sounds, and that's it!

Wow, even a 2-years kid could do this and earn millions of dollars like klaus.

I'll say it again, I'm a big Badelt fan, but i'm so disappointed right now about this score... urgh!


Khun2011-11-24 12:15:03
This is the most disappointing score of Mr. Badelt I've ever heard! I used to think that he would compose some great orchestral score (with some electronics)and Les Tambours du Bronx would be a cool backup with percussions. But what we have here seems so poor. If there is a track listenable, it will only be 'Aftermath'

@tim I agree with you!

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