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Why are these given as CD1, CD2, etc.? It's not like they were ever released.
We all know that Steve have composed on most tracks. I just had a very curious thought. Since Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe, Gire & Sponsler, etc. had made some additional music. Does anybody know who compsed some of the tracks on this score? If not, please disregard that message.
Mr. Fate, you knew it was!! But alas, it has escaped the dark bowels of those whose hands it rested in and made it's way to the surface, along with DotM
I see that it is arranged slightly differently, though, no? Where I am looking to download this score, I do not see a long list that is solely alternates. Are the alternates missing, or are they simply in-line with the rest of the main score? Never mind, any way, it is still a great blessing to have this score.
Hell, it's great to have the whole trilogy! Thanks be to the elitists who wish to break the elitist image of "Look what I have and you don't!"
Yes, Mr. Fate. It is real... and it's about freaking time!!!!
"3m46 Model Airplanes" is definitely lifted from "Multiple Jacks" from At World's End. Starting at 1:28
Haha, it sure is S/ash; there's no doubt about that!
So does anybody actually know the whereabouts of all the alternates, suites, and demo. Perhaps most of them are on the recent leak but in different places.
I've come to the conclusion that the suites are what's on the OST. Maybe not ALL of them, but some are. For example:
"Prime Suite" is obviously "Prime", track 1 "The Symbols Suite" is obviously "Einstein's Wrong", track 2 "The Fallen Suite" is obviously "The Fallen", track 5 "Matrix of Leadership Suite" is obviously "Matrix of Leadership", track 12 "Decepticon Invasion Suite" is obviously "Heed Our Warning", track 7
So, This Finally Gets A Tracklist..... It's A Shame.
Actually, Snakes, it's a shame all those times you posted what you posted. I don't understand you sometimes. Actually, I NEVER understand you. The last RoTF thing you posted was a fiasco, and pissed a lot of people off, including myself
Well, //////, you pretty much everything that needed to be said on that topic. I have one more tiny thing to add: Snakes' post makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. And another thing: This track list is the one that he posted in his last train wreck thread.
This post that I am responding to seems to imply that he's forgotten that he's already seen this track list and caused quite a shit-fest over it.
That's Right. ALL Of My Posts Make No Sense, They're Bullshit, And It Was A HUGE Fiasco. So, Do Me A Favor And KEEP Your Posts To Yourself.
Snakes, practice what you preach. Or rather, DON'T POST AT ALL
oh wow....damn. wasnt expecting even a list for this shit to turn up at all.
ok this is awesome. Now, can you leak the first transformers complete score. Only we have many several expanded / fan editions.
Sir, we have the complete score for the first Transformers in multiple forms. The music that is still missing is either film edits of existing tracks, which likely doesn't exist outside of the final draft of the film, and a few pieces of underscore that could have been either written in at the last minute and therefore also only exist in the final draft or temp tracks that could have come from some other source (that are locked up tight).
Anyway you look at it, I highly doubt we will be getting much more music in the way of Transformers 1. And people can't just leak scores at will.
Damn, I guess it's not that other people are getting dumber. It's more like I'm getting smarter, and I just have to keep explaining the same things over and over again as newbies come in.
well mr. fate you say this. but there is some unrealeased music, example "the boogey landing", before the soccent attack, when the helicopter is landing. another example, "...what wolud jesus do" when sam's teacher give him an "A", anyway call them undescore, few pieces, but the complete score (only the film version or the recording sessions) is the complete music like this. So, there are only expanded scores.
Okay, but we have both of those tracks. If I'm not mistaken, the cue before "Soccent Attack" is just an edited version of "Tense Action (Demo)", also known as "Tensation". This track appeared on the 72-track complete score that appeared two or so years ago (the one that had a couple of unused tracks and supposed demos). The track you referred to as "What would Jesus do" is just six seconds out of "Cybertron" (which version of "Cybertron"--I could not say off the top of my head).
Just recently, the "recording sessions" for Transformers 1 *were* posted on the internet. And guess what? The missing tracks--the film versions and "underscore" that were absent prior to its release? They were not included there. Do you know why? It's for the reasons I already explained above.
There's no point in arguing, because you're trying to argue that a true fact is false...It's not; it is true.
But if you wish to continue listing more examples of "missing music", I can continue to say that we do actually have (most of) it.
and the famous faked track "qatar", the film versions of Optimus, Bumblebee, The Opening credits (film version), and a lot of more Mr. Fate
Check the internet, they're available. I'm backing Mr. Fate on this one.
Although I am a little lost on how the "what would Jesus do?" comes from "Cybertron", but I trust Mr. Fate's judgement, as he's usually right
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Alright, I'll give you "Qatar"--if that's what you're trying to get at. ("The famous faked track 'Qatar'" is not a sentence.) That one is one of the missing pieces. The film versions of Optimus, Bumblebee, and Autobots are all that--simply film versions. Essentially we have them--just in the movie, bits and pieces were rearranged or had instruments taken out of them.
@Mr. Charles: In reference to the "What would Jesus do" cue: is it not chronologically after "Crazy Grandfather" but before "Angry Camaro"? By my documentation, it's just a little, short six-second clip that is a portion of "Cybertron".
I don't know how it can be so difficult to understand that those pieces likely don't exist outside of the film's audio. You can demand it all you want or have an unlimited amount of wishful thinking, but likely the best you'll be able to do is use a DVD audio extractor, and listen to the "missing music" with SFX and such.
That's not to say that I would like to be proven wrong one day, but I just don't think that's ever going to happen, given the circumstances.
Maybe Transformers will just be one of those notorious scores that will never see its full release. Like Judgement Day...
"Just recently, the "recording sessions" for Transformers 1 *were* posted on the internet. And guess what? The missing tracks--the film versions and "underscore" that were absent prior to its release? They were not included there. Do you know why?"
Because the original source(s) of this "recording sessions" did not have them included !? ...doesn't have to be more complicated than that.
(To comment on the use of the phrase (or what you wanna call it) "recording sessions"; Usually the music you have on these unofficial versions are the same (recordings) as you hear on the OST (or in the film for that matter), right ? ... and when it's the same music, the same recordings, doesn't that make the music on the OST etc. a "recording sessions" as well ?)
Boy, someone oughta smack you upside the head and straighten you out. There is a MAJOR difference between an OST and Recording Sessions. I'm not going to get into it with a noob
I see I probably should have placed a ;) or something at the end there... (I wasn't really wondering about it, so to speak)
Thanks for a bit of clarification to both Per, and Mr. Charles. Although I still can't quite figure out what you're getting at, Per. At first, it sounds like you're in agreement with me, but midway through your post, it suddenly looks like you're implying that I'm an idiot.
You said the same things I said, but to maximize the effectiveness of your post, you should have directed your response at Anonymous instead of me. Otherwise it appeared you were taking my question and then answering it with my answer and calling me dumb for not knowing the answer...which I've already given. You left off the last sentence of the paragraph that you quoted from me, which would have given you my answer.
As for your note in parentheses: you seem to have confused quantity and quality, Per. I've never known an OST for a movie to have near the amount of content as what can be found in that same movie's recording sessions. Case in point: Transformers. Also, the tracks that appear on both the OST and the recording sessions usually differ in quality, mastering and sometimes even instrument arrangement.
Well, I do believe The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo's OST had nearly the movie's length of score. The tracks may have been rearranged, but still. I think that is the only exception to a full film score being released on disc as an OST
"I think that is the only exception to a full film score being released on disc as an OST"
That's not true, there has been a good few score CDs that have included full scores!!
I said *I THINK*
I mean a commercially-released, brand new OST. Right when the film opens. Not 5-15 years later. Roughly 3 hrs of music came on the OST for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. That was a brand new release.
the reason The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo was released in full.. is because Trent Reznor & Atticuss Ross are beast like that lol
i just wish more composers & what not did that
$14 for the lossless recordings <3
They are not "beast". I don't even consider the Academy Award Winners, yet unfortunately they are! But whatever, it is what it is!
My point being that the term "recording sessions" is so over-used, that it has lost all meaning. People use it about pretty much anything nowadays it seems...
How I understand it, or if I use that term, it is in those cases where you have a recording of something before it's being mixed, i.e. string section only, brass section only, or the "rough" orchestra before it's being mixed down and together with solo instruments, choir etc.
I understand it's being used (or it was before anyway) when you have several alternate takes/mixes of many/all cues. And/or perhaps when you have (presumeably) everything recorded for it, including alternates/unused stuff etc. But since hardly any, if any version at all, does include everything made for it, there's not really much that can be referred to as being a "recording sessions"...
Yeah...Unfortunately, you're not quite on target there, Per. The recording sessions for a film's score don't have to come in a completely 100% complete form to be considered "recording sessions." Just look at the recording sessions for the first Chronicles of Narnia film--or, hell, Transformers 1. They are far from being complete, and yet they are labeled as "recording sessions". There is an immense difference between "recording sessions" and "COMPLETE recording sessions." Some of these releases labeled as "recording sessions" may only feature works by one or two of the composers who were involved in creating the score--sure they are the recording sessions of *those* composers, but they are by no means the COMPLETE recording sessions.
Also take notice to the fact that this page is for the RotF "Complete Score"...You can attempt to create qualifiers that can be applied to all classifications of scores, but you won't succeed. And I'm not even saying that I would be able to, either. Almost all kinds of releases for scores of any films are all their own unique cases.
Take these words from a guy who knows some stuff, and also from a guy who has been told that same sort of statement--the first paragraph--multiple times from another guy who knows some more stuff.
Per is right... Recording Sessions means "all the music recorded for the movie". "Complete Recording Sessions" or other terms doesn't mean anything more.
Let's sum up :
1. OST (Original Sound Track) or Official Release. Music that is commercially available.
2. Promo Score. Music that isn't commercially available, but pressed by the composer as a showcase of his work. FYC (For Your Consideration) Promo means it was created for the Oscar members.
3. Showreel. Music that isn't commercially available. A mix of several cues from different movie scores, pressed by the composer as a showcase of his work.
4. Expanded Score (or Extended Score). Can be either commercially available or a bootleg. More music available than the OST. Some Expanded Scores have been labeled "Complete Scores" in the past (mostly because they contained over 90% of the music heard in the movie, and were missing only minor cues).
5. Complete Score / Recording Sessions. Can be either commercially available or bootlegs. They are both basically the same thing. Complete Score contains *at least* all the music heard in the movie, Recording Sessions contain ALL the music that was recorded for the movie (all film cues, demos, alternate cues, alternate mixes, theme suites...).
Complete Scores & Recording Sessions are sometimes mislabeled because they are nearly the same thing ("all the music"). "Complete Recording Sessions" or "Deluxe Recording Sessions", "Definitive Complete Recording Sessions" or "Extreme Definitive Complete Recording Session Deluxe" are also the same thing. Don't be too picky ! ;)
"Yeah...Unfortunately, you're not quite on target there, Per. The recording sessions for a film's score don't have to come in a completely 100% complete form to be considered "recording sessions.""
I never said so either...
RECORDING SESSIONS - they are not necessarily complete, but a collection of "raw" music from the movie. This means they feature used tracks, unedited, unmixed, unused and alternate tracks, all together. For example, a cue that plays as one piece in the movie might have been composed of two separate cues, part A and B. Example - Batman Begins' Train Fight. It was recorded as two cues, but with the full intention to mix it into one in the movie. A scoring sessions will have that cue -- as we do -- in its two original A+B mixes. So even though the 3CD Batman Begins is not complete, you can call it 'recording sessions' or 'expanded score'. Both are right.
The Transformers score that was posted not so long ago IS recording sessions. Its raw, unedited music, with a load of unused tracks, demos, alternate mixes and rough cuts - and more importantly, that's the title on the Warm Butter DVD. It doesnt matter if its complete, Mr. Fate is right. IT IS RECORDING SESSIONS FROM THE MOVIE - in other words, a collection of individual sessions of recordings from the score.
But it's not. The Warm Butter DVD has the finished, final mixed, completed cues . Just as you hear on the OST, or in the film. It might be different mixes, but it's still final mixes. It's not the raw, unedited (as in not put together and mixed etc) recorded stuff. Then you would have each session separately, brass only, strings only, etc.
Besides, this versions that was "posted" not long ago, is, like every version before, still a combination with the OST. Naturally, since the Warm Butter disc (unfortunately) did not have all of the score, including much of the stuff that was on the OST (Which in itself have a lot of theme suites, and this is how Jablonsky does it, he makes both cues for the film, as well as theme suites, so more than likely the versions of the cues as made for use in the film, does exist (outside of the film)...
"Then you would have each session separately, brass only, strings only, etc."
Lol, those arent sessions. They're stems.
Sessions have film mixes on, as well as unused, suites, alternates, etc. The Warm Butter DVD is recording sessions from the movie. It may not be complete, but its recording sessions. Just like Eraser, Blade and many other sessions that have leaked. Period.
Enjoy the music!
"Lol, those arent sessions. They're stems."
Never said they were.
"Just like Eraser, Blade and many other sessions that have leaked."
... and Armageddon, Broken Arrow, Catwoman, The Chronicles Of Narnia 1/2, Equilibrium, Face/Off, Kingdom Of Heaven, The Peacemaker, Pearl Harbor, Poseidon, The Rock, Solomon Kane, The Time Machine etc....
""Lol, those arent sessions. They're stems."
Never said they were."
Yes you did. "...it is in those cases where you have a recording of something before it's being mixed, i.e. string section only, brass section only". Those aren't sessions.
"... and Armageddon, Broken Arrow, Catwoman, The Chronicles Of Narnia 1/2, Equilibrium, Face/Off, Kingdom Of Heaven, The Peacemaker, Pearl Harbor, Poseidon, The Rock, Solomon Kane, The Time Machine etc"
Um... most of those are not recording sessions. They are either expanded or complete scores. Naria 1 and KOH are the only one that comes close to the term, especially the latter. Do you research, Per.
I think the real problem here is that Per is one of those people who maybe doesn't think about what he is typing and he doesn't read his posts through once or twice before he hits submit. Throughout his posts, I'm seeing a recurring pattern: Per says something, someone corrects what he said, and then he comes back and says that he never said that thing in the first place (and most of the time he did say it, since it is quotable).
And honestly--not to stoop to trolling, calling people names, or getting pissy--but to me, Per's posts are kinda hard to read. Before I made that post on April 20, I read and reread his post over and over again to try and make sure that I was interpreting his words right. Clearly I was not...or was I?
@Per: it sounds like you never figured out that the recording sessions for Transformers 1 *did* in fact originate from the Warm Butter DVD. When you hear the recording sessions, and you view screenshots of menus on the DVD, both have the same origin. And you wanna know why so much of the OST is featured on the Warm Butter DVD? Because--guess what--the OST has origins in the recording sessions as well! It was not included as space filler. If you took any notice, you'd see/hear that the recording sessions versions of the OST tracks are mastered entirely differently.
I thank you, Anonymous person, for backing me up here!
OK, I see I might have written that a couple of posts back. My bad.
This is not to start (continue ?) any argument/discussion, but just a simple question... what does for instance Kingdom Of Heaven have, to be considered a "recording sessions" over for instance King Arthur or Armageddon (to use a couple of my top favorites as examples :)), which then perhaps are not considered "recording sessions" (?), other than them not having so many alternates/unused versions as KOH have ?
If it's just that KOH have several alternates of many/all cues that makes it a 'rec sess', then we are agreeing with eachother.
As for my writing... I guess some of what I write can be hard to interpret. I do kind of write in 'riddles' (in question-form), and/or in sarcasm-form. Or something like that :)
I'm not trying to be a jerk, or a "bitch" about this, but I'm just being honest
Power That Be
I can name three people in the world, individually, who have this. I won't, naturally, but it WILL come out one day. Once the elitists have traded it to death and cannot get anything else for it in a trade, it will surface. Mark my words.
I don't think there's much of a secret that, oh let's see, Jablonsky himself have it (1), most likely also some of the composers who did additional music, like Lorne Balfe (2), Gire/Sponsler (3, if you count them as one) (then you already have 3 people !), and various other people working on the creation of the score, such as music editor(s), music engineer(s), (orchestrator(s)), etc etc... and not to mention several, or tens, if not hundreds, of other people not in the industry who has it by now. Cause let's face it, when it's being posted on a site like this, it's clearly that not only 3 people in the world has (access to) it...
Power That Be
I meant three people outside of the industry, naturally :P
Huh...these two posts don't look suspicious at all (sarcmark). Let's see: they were posted 12 minutes apart, and how often do responses on this site happen that quickly? Very rarely to never, that's how often. No elitist, if that rank is actually real, would designate himself as "Elitist". And who in their right mind would say "The 3CD is so boring"? Clearly, both of these posts were made by the same person who got impatient and made a feeble attempt at trolling noobs.
Well, sir, I'm sorry: you have failed miserably. And I probably didn't even need to point that out since it's been all day, and no one has responded to your topic. I could continue on, but in a nutshell: you lose.
Don't you call elitists the ones who have this kind of stuff? How do you know if this is boring or not? Do you have this 3CD boot?
nobody has this score....
How do I know if it is boring or not? I'm afraid I can't answer that question very directly and precisely, considering "boring" is a matter of opinion. I doesn't matter whether I have this or not, and it also doesn't matter whether you have it or not, TROLL.
Calling something "boring" is an opinion, and it is your right to hold that opinion. Whether anybody possesses "the real deal" or not, there are still other ways of hearing more of the score than what was just included on the OST. And you want to know my opinion? I think this score is far from boring, and although I feel like they made decent choices in what to include on the OST, there are still a lot of cues and minor themes that are absent from it.
Several composers have given us enough tracks to nearly double the size of the OST (at least in track count, but maybe not length), and for that I am grateful. Beyond that, I might say there are only 5 or 6 more cues that I wish I could listen to in a clean form. Disc 3 of this set has some dazzling alternates that I wouldn't mind hearing, but really some stretches of the score, to me were generic...and, I suppose, a tad bit boring.
Overall, though, I would not call the score boring as a whole. Oh, and btw, with a line like "Don't you call elitists the ones who have this kind of stuff?", you are clearly nothing but a troll. People like you--I don't understand your existence. Your sole purpose here is to come and post things that will make other people angry...? What's the point?
What, exactly, is a bootleg in your mind (either of the two posters above me)? In your own words, define what makes a score be classified as a bootleg score. To me, that's always meant a score that was acquired through likely shady transactions of which the quality and possibly even quantity are uncertain, and there is a probability that some tracks may contain sound effects.
As far as I can tell, this simple track list for which the music has not yet been released does not fit any of those aspects.
"Bootleg" is a ratity item that has never been made commercially available, and that you can only find through "black market", or knowing somebody who is lucky enough to have it.
That also means you'd better not talk about it in a public place - as it is somewhat a rare/secret item. Revenge of the Fallen Complete Score is a rare item that isn't commercially available. I'd like it to remain secret, so I'm asking the people at h-z.com to remove this page asap !
The "elite" (as some people are saying) are those lucky persons who have rare items and decided (/were told) not to share the bootleg item. I hope you understand.
And who are you? Clay Duncan? (I'm not asking this sarcastically or trying to sound like a jerk. I really want to know who you are, thinking the administrators will immediately listen to you.)
Haha "Clay", these things always come out mate. Just chill and relax. People have it, people gonna let it out, people gonna share. Why is that so bad? Is the world gonna end? Are people gonna die? No. Just let us enjoy the music, for Christ's sake. Or, here's an idea, put out a longer CD album so we can all be happy. Sorted.
^^^LOL!!! I don't even care if that's the real Mark G. (whom everyone has come to have such a fierce anger toward) or not! That response is freaking spot on.
in this context only, bootleg is music that is --not-- licensed for commercial release. it is one that only a few elitists seemingly have access to, and it is used for no other purpose than teasing (or sometimes making a fool out of) ordinary people, who themselves are universally making the mistake of thinking record labels have taken out from the albums everything that's good about the score.
Oh God....Mark G is back. I'm outta here
For this being a site about film music, you guys talk VERY LITTLE about the music itself.......
^^Well, you sure aren't trying very hard to break the truthfulness of that observation. Let's see you talk about music you've never heard before. In other words, how can we talk about film music if we don't have any ways of listening to it?
I could babble on but hopefully you get the idea. Ah, for teh lulz, I'll say it once more: "What else have we to talk about when the music the page is dedicated to doesn't exist for the public?" Really, all we *can* talk about is: who thought it was a good idea to create this page?, what's going here?, is the score close to leaking?, elitists suck. Please tell me if there is something I might be overlooking.
I call shenanigans as well. But sometimes when a list gets posted here and then removed, it's a sign that it will be showing up somewhere shortly. Isn't that what happened with the Pirates 4 demos? The only weird part is that that page got removed and even after the demos surfaced, the page did not return.
This is just the track list that came from some Wikipedia page that's been around for several months. A track list doesn't mean anything, although it does dazzle me with all its alternates.
I think that this WILL surface. Someone posted this list along with the art, did they not? This happened last year with Batman Begins & TDK. And around this time, too. It's bound to happen again. Maybe Hybrid Soldier will pop in and tell us what's going on? After all, he's the one who adds these!
But time will tell. I have seen the tracklist for the first 2 discs, not the third disc full of suites and alternates. Although the first couple of alternates off disc 3 are off the OST
And what creative album art it is! I'm being sarcastic as the art is not original or unique to this specific set of music at all.
I have this album cover attached to someone's rip of Magic Box Music's RotF tracks. Then again, the cover we got for that temporary PotC4 demos page used like a cropped version of a movie poster with Syrena inserted into one of the corners. But I digress/reminisce.
So, disc 3 is new to you? The track list matches the one seen here: h t tp://tfwiki.net/wiki/Revenge_of_the_Fallen:_The_Score#Record ing_Session_Cue_Sheet, except that, like you pointed out Mr. Charles, they've added in the suites from the OST (ahem! space filler!). But who would take the time to strip all the titles of their slate numbers? That has got to be some tedious work!
While I'm not going to assume that Hybrid Soldier is the one responsible for posting this list, I do hope he can show up and shed some light on the reasoning behind creating this page. I haven't seen him on here for quite some time, though. I don't think I've seen him since some foreigner,--with poorly translated English--tried to impersonate him. But, again, I digress.
And that is exactly what I want, Mr. Fate. To know the reasoning behind posting this, it's only going to cause trouble with everyone asking where to download it and if it's real and what not!
I did recognize the album cover as being from Magic Box Music's additional cues set, but it is slightly different! So you say over on the wiki page for this, the slate numbers are included?!
I'm not going to answer that question directly, Mr. Charles. You don't have to take my word for it; just go to the link I posted. There *is* a hyperlink in with my block of text. Or, if it is too difficult to find it, just use Google to search for the Wiki page.
I'll bet this page will be deleted within the next few days, eh? And then we will be left with no place to discuss it all--except, I suppose, the RotF OST's page. But, where is Hybrid?
so does this mean it's going to leak... soon?
They better leak it *beep* damn it... Or we'll see crapload of disappointing fans and supporters.
i've added the list and informations about the complete score, because those are so old news for me.
... and when you'll post the same for TF3?
Ohhhh....they're "so old news" for him. Hah! Excuse us!
Fake Hybrid Soldier !
You guys do know that the real Hybrid Soldier probably doesn't post here anymore ever since that one time that he said ONCE that a track list was old news to him. And ever since then, people mock him and impersonate him and scoff at what he said that ONE TIME. Anybody can type in any username here, and likely someone who was around for that incident has just come here and typed "That's old news for me."
We get impersonators around here, and that will guarantee we'll never get any helpful answers. And even if that was the real Hybrid posting that, I have to say: I'm on his side. This track list is old news to me as well. I've known about it since February. How do we even know that Hybrid possesses the music? Does it really even f*cking matter?
But I doubt it was really him. Hybrid uses proper capitalization, grammar, and punctuation, and I highly doubt he would use phrases like "informations" (which isn't a real word) and "so old news for me".
Here we go again Hybrid. why can you just leak the complete scores for the three films and shut your mouth. we can get the complete scores not hear "this is old news for me" if you don't want to share nothing just don't post anything. we are here many many many fans, and your comment, it's an insult.
Does it sound like he just found it? You can't "just find" things like this laying around on the internet. If Phil had found it already, everybody would have found already. The internet isn't as flat/full of friendly people and delicious candy as so many HZ.com-goers seem to think it is.
so it's legit ! I hope they will leak, fingers crossed !!
no i didn't find it! ;)
@Carnosaur: Uh, yeah, the track list is indeed legit...Or so we are assuming. Beyond that, nothing else is certain. What is so complicated to understand? I guess I need someone to come here who can explain the situation better than I.
Hybrid Soldier, even if you can't answer all of our questions, can you at least give an indication as to what is going on here?