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@hybrid soldier<br>Where can i hear the songs you have listed out? I can't find it on YouTubeLooks like Zimmer's abandoned Z+. It only worked on one iOS system, then because it wasn't recompiled for the next system wouldn't decode the music you paid for. Locking your purchases into an app was a VERY BAD idea. Now there's nothing out there that's as good at providing a great surround sound experience for headphones.So Lorne's mp3 uploads. Would anyone class that as an 'official' release of the music from the movie?Currently watching this movie the first time ^^ ... and then... suddenly a music motive spontaneously pops up. Sound exactly like a little part from Armageddon "Secondary Protocol" -  really cool :) love the music in this movie. Very intense.I don't mean to pile on but do you really think that Hans touring is the only obstacle to a CD release of a completely forgotten 12-year-old film and score by a different composer?
And why would Hans' tours be responsible for the fact that many albums these days don't get a physical release? While at the same time those tours even got an LP release... lolYou are aware that there's a pandemic going on right now, right?I'm pretty sure that neither did he.I know Geoff does fantasy films and he is good at that, but I didn't want this.Lovely score by Atli, but also a bit typical for this kind of movie. This suite is all you need from this score. The songs are really great. Especially Double Trouble, Husavik and Running With The Wolves (i wish this song would be longer). Very nice movie and with a great soundtrack.
Please tell me. When time come to Moscow.Wtf is up with that Time remix with Alan Walker?@ Michael Hayko<br>cause yeah, there really is a market for a physical CD of a mediocre score of a film that everybody has forgotten even exists........said no one everOkay Zimmer it's time to get back to producing physical CDs and put your live performances on hold. You can start by producing 'Deception' it's such an amazing score! Okay you've had your fun pretending to be a rockstar now let's get back to the business of film music please!
Top news :<br><br>https://variety.com/2020/music/news/hans-zimmer-interview-bo nd-dune-lion-king-ascap-awards-1234646855/i did not realize i put shit instead of shine lmaoooo fml I'm out of here lolHow do I get this soundtrack??? Dying to hear it.Oh, sorry, I thought we are talking about Dune here.I remember Hans directly responding to me on Facebook saying that this score is gonna be mostly him. Oh well, from the "Kawczynski - Mazzaro" duo, Steve is at least a much, much better choice. And as Hybrid says, it might be embellished.
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The Dark Knight Rises
Label: WaterTower Music
Length: 136'24
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  1. A Storm Is Coming (0:37)
    Hans Zimmer
  2. On Thin Ice (2:55)
    Hans Zimmer, Jasha Klebe
  3. Gotham's Reckoning (4:08)
    Hans Zimmer
  4. Mind If I Cut In? (3:27)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe, Jasha Klebe
  5. Underground Army (3:12)
    Hans Zimmer, Andrew Kawczynski
  6. Born In Darkness (1:57)
    Hans Zimmer
  7. The Fire Rises (5:33)
    Hans Zimmer
  8. Nothing Out There (2:51)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
  9. Despair (3:14)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
  10. Fear Will Find You (3:08)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
  11. Why Do We Fall? (2:03)
    Hans Zimmer
  12. Death By Exile (0:23)
    Hans Zimmer
  13. Imagine The Fire (7:25)
    Hans Zimmer
  14. Necessary Evil (3:16)
    Hans Zimmer
  15. Rise (7:11)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe

    Digital Bonus Tracks :

  16. Bombers Over Ibiza (Junkie XL Remix) (5:51)
    Hans Zimmer, Junkie XL
  17. No Stone Unturned (7:29)
    Hans Zimmer
  18. Risen From Darkness (4:28)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
  19. The Shadows Betray You (5:20)
    Hans Zimmer
  20. The End (6:13)
    Hans Zimmer
  21. All Out War (3:21)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe

    Origins (The Dark Knight Rises Z+ Apple App Exclusive) :

  22. Wayne Manor (22:05)
    Hans Zimmer
  23. Bane (19:49)
    Hans Zimmer
  24. Orphan (4:51)
    Hans Zimmer
  25. Selina Kyle (5:41)
    Hans Zimmer
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MacArthur reply Replies: 20 || 2013-08-05 19:01:01
I Dont get what people are talking about when they say the Balfe did they film music or some of it this soundtrack is a Zimmer soundtrack but granted Zimmer does let Balfe do some of the other stuff as well. but this is a True Zimmer score


Mike2013-08-05 21:35:53
To me, it all depends on how you view it. Did Hans do the very respectible John Williams thing and do virtually every note and nuance of the score himself, conducting the orchestra while they play the cue for a given scene? No. The way he did it was write a bunch of long theme suites after getting a feel for the film, put in enough music from said suites to populate the whole film (thus creating a rough draft score), and then he let the additional composers--primarily Lorne Balfe--go to work tweaking the "rough draft score", saying how he wants the cue to sound, how to do it, giving thumbs up or down, reworking if he doesn't like it, etc... He's not a traditional film composer exactly, because he doesn't do the individual cues himself except sometimes--even if all the music you hear was indeed written by Zimmer. It's kind of confusing, and the influence of the additional composers is more or less felt depending on the project. The Dark Knight Rises really is Zimmer through and through, but other films, like Inception, At World's End, and Madagascar are more obviously a group effort.


Hybrid Soldier2013-08-05 21:38:45
And so some people still think Williams does 100% of the job... How cute... :)


Mike2013-08-05 21:41:00
I said "virtually" every note for a reason. Still, I'd appreciate any info on his processes. ;)


Mike2013-08-05 21:42:41
And if you're thinking of Attack of the Clones, I know it was a mess. Phantom Menace too, for that matter.


Edmund Meinerts2013-08-05 23:34:09
You can't really point fingers at Williams and say he's as "bad" as Zimmer (assuming ghostwriting is a bad thing, which I don't, but whatever). Williams simply doesn't have ghostwriters. At most he has orchestrators, ones who probably don't even have that much to do in the long run. Even on something like Chamber of Secrets, all William Ross was responsible for doing was arranging Williams cues from Philosopher's Stone into the new movie; he didn't do ANY composing whatsoever and Williams still insisted on his name being on the front cover. Balfe's name SHOULD have been on the front cover of Inception - he practically co-wrote that score.

Again, not saying ghostwriting is a bad thing, nor that Zimmer does it exclusively - Marco Beltrami has Buck Sanders, Michael Giacchino has (or had) Chad Seiter and Chris Tilton, James Newton Howard used to have Chris Bacon - but I think in all of the other cases the primary composer is more, well, primary than it is with Zimmer. Plus, even when Williams uses help from e.g. Ross, he only did that because he ran out of time on Chamber of Secrets, whereas with Zimmer it's the standard mode of operation. Very different situations, I think.

Of course, you know more than we do, Hybrid, so do enlighten us if you can. Especially if you know something about Williams and ghostwriting that we don't.


Hybrid Soldier2013-08-05 23:58:33
Running in circles, running in circles & running in circles...

We're like a very bad Matrix remake or something...


JamesT2013-08-06 05:00:45
Hahaha. What in the world? Can't anyone just enjoy the music? Next thing you know, some is going to ask for a pregnancy test......


Bou2013-08-06 12:57:56
And...How's the music by the way?


Mike2013-08-06 18:16:16
What Edmund mentions about Chamber of Secrets is something which, I think, goes to the credit of the Sherlock Holmes scores, both in album and on film. The album covers and end credits both say, right beneath "Music by Hans Zimmer", "Music Produced by Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe". Inception being Edmund's example, I agree Lorne should have been credited as a co-composer, but even if the cover of the album said something like, "Score Produced and Additional Music by Lorne Balfe", I'd be content. Integrity is important in my opinion. If a person composes half the music in a score, as Balfe did on Inception, he should be credited accordingly. I know fully that the lack of proper crediting is not Hans' fault, seeing as he credited Lisa Gerrard, who composed nothing, on Gladiator, but why couldn't Chris Nolan have simply added Balfe's name to the credits? Being credited with additional music and score production is not the same thing as doing half the score. And bear in mind, please, that I'm not bashing Inception's score itself. It's good, for the most part, and works greatly within the movie.


Mike2013-08-06 18:25:17
Lest it sound as though I have contradicted myself: when I said that being credited with score production and additional music is not the same as doing half the score, I meant that being credited with those things near the bottom of the credits where no one looks. If it were right there with Zimmer's name, I'd be mostly fine with it. Still, I'd think co-composer credit would be best. Some will disagree, but I honesly feel like maybe Lorne did as much in Inception as James Newton Howard did in The Dark Knight.


Pierre2013-08-07 15:26:51
Williams essential DOES 100% of the job, from a musical and compositional point of view. All his orchestrators do is copy out EXACTLY what he's written from an 8 bar stave into a full orchestral score. It's not a creative role, it's a logistical role.


MacArthur 2013-08-08 20:50:26
I know things Are always a collaborative effort and i know Zimmer likes help. I'm just saying that This is A Zimmer Score unlike CoDMW2


MacArthur 2013-08-08 20:53:16
I Thought that in reading the inception That Zimmer did most of the work on that score as well. now granted Balfe did some but i dont think he did do that much


Mike2013-08-09 16:29:22
MacArthur, hopefully this will give you an idea of how heavily involved Lorne Balfe was on Inception.

--Remember the One Simple Idea album track? That theme is heard quite a bit throughout the film, and it was composed by Lorne, not Zimmer.
--Remember the "528491" album track? That track, and that same theme in its various forms, is all Lorne. Once again, it's used quite a bit throughout the movie.
--It's also possible that Saito's theme was done by Lorne, since the cue "Saito's Fate" lists Lorne alone, but I'm not sure exactly.

Anyways, in addition to all that, Lorne was the primary guy responsible for arranging the music within the film itself. The only tracks that can pass as 100% Hans Zimmer in the complete score are the latter half of "Extraction" (it uses Hans' Dream is Collapsing piece verbatim), "Mombasa Chase" and "Into the Van" (which are copy-and-paste versions of Hans' Mombasa suite), "Truth Once Known" (which heavily uses Hans' Mal suite), and "Welcome Home, Mr Cobb" (which is basically Hans' Time track turned into a cue, but barely altered from the way Hans' wrote it). All the rest of the score is either Hans and Lorne or, in many cases, Lorne alone.


MacArthur2013-08-11 19:23:48
I Dont Know About 528491 I Listened to it and i thought i Heard some Of Zimmer's Cues From Dream is Collapsing at the very end and also in the middle of the track the rest of it i don't doubt you.


Mike2013-08-12 03:50:44
You're right, it does use the same BRAAAAAHM noise from Dream is Collapsing, but really, that part was neither Hans nor Lorne. It was in Chris Nolan's script for the movie. Hans said that in an interview.


MacArthur2013-08-12 04:51:06
Ha! Thats Pretty Funny Zimmer is A pretty funny guy. Meaning he wrote it haha Awesome I love how he puts things. he said once that Hannibal was the best love theme he ever wrote. lol


MacArthur2013-08-12 19:03:47
As you can tell I'm not really a fan of Lorne Balfe.


Mike2013-08-13 18:30:13
Well, if you happen to like the Inception score as a whole, I wouldn't necessarily say that... :P


MacArthur2013-08-13 21:01:27
Well in listening to the Soundtrack to it i found a lot of the Zimmer Themes used throughout most of the score. now granted Balfe did do some but Zimmer Did Most such as Tracks 1,2,3,4,9,10,12. or it was a Combination of Zimmer & Balfe. Such as Tracks 6,7,10 I would say after that like the tracks you mentioned were Balfe such as Tracks, 11,5.

MacArthur reply Replies: 1 || 2013-08-11 18:31:15
Another thing why cant i get these on a disk why do i have to get the app.


Mike2013-08-11 18:41:23
I agree. Any possibility these suites would get a proper release? The Wayne Manor one specifically is far too good to be relegated to an app.

Mike reply Replies: 1 || 2013-08-03 22:08:30
The No Stone Unturned bonus track is solely a Zimmer cue? Or is it just credited to him alone because we don't know which additional composer did it?


Tom2013-08-04 02:17:55
No Stone Unturned as a reprise of BB train figh, i ask the same question? additional or co-composer did it? JNH... i don't know ;)

Alan reply Replies: 2 || 2013-07-31 22:06:16
holy crap guys!!!1!1

1. 1m0 Logo (1:21)
2. 1m1 Prologue (5:18)
3. 1m2-3 The Truth About Harvey Dent (2:51)
4. 1m5 Room Service (0:16)
5. 1m6 Uncrackable Safe (2:09)
6. 1m7 He Was The Batman (1:01)
7. 1m8 Nothing Out There For Me (3:08)
8. 2m9-10 Bar Shootout (5:36)
9. 2m11 Gordon Underground (2:22)
10. 2m12 Blake Visits Wayne Manor (3:06)
11. 2m13 Hospital Visit-Bruce Follows Selina (2:23)
12. 2m17 For Old Times' Sake (3:22)
13. 2m18 Risen From Darkness (1:45)
14. 3m19 Stock Exchange (5:04)
15. 3m20 Batman Chased (4:29)
16. 3m21 Selina Finds Dagget (2:17)
17. 3m22 Rooftop Fight-Back To Batcave (4:08)
18. 4m23 Handing Over The Reactor (3:36)
19. 4m24 Do You Feel In Charge (1:23)
20. 4m25 Batman Could Be Anybody-Selina Apt. (1:48)
21. 4m26-27 Miranda Visits Wayne-Take Me To Bane (4:16)
22. 4m28 The Shadow Betrays You (1:59)
23. 4m29 Airport Detainee (1:32)
24. 4m30 No True Despair Without Hope (2:38)
25. 5m31 Board Members Taken Hostage (1:19)
26. 5m32 A Child Born In This Hell (1:32)
27. 5m33 Cops Into Sewers-Core Separated (4:35)
28. 5m35 Instrument Of Your Liberation (7:08)
29. 5m36 Gotham Is Yours (4:46)
30. 6m37 Born In Darkness (2:08)
31. 6m38 This Is Bane's Prison (1:08)
32. 6m39 Many Forms Of Immortality (1:34)
33. 6m40 There's A Storm Going On (1:57)
34. 6m41a Not Meant To Die Here (1:39)
35. 6m41b No Ordinary Child (0:58)
36. 6m42 Special Forces Arrive (3:10)
37. 6m43 Someone Sold Us Out (2:33)
38. 6m44 Without A Rope (2:10)
39. 6m45 Gordon To Foley (3:50)
40. 6m46 Get Me To Fox-Gordon Arrested (2:04)
41. 6m47 Bagged Bruce Wayne (2:02)
42. 7m48 Remember Where You Parked It (1:03)
43. 7m49 On Thin Ice-Batman Returns (3:44)
44. 7m50 Come With Me (2:02)
45. 7m51 All Out War (5:14)
46. 7m52-53 Not An Ordinary Citizen (4:47)
47. 7m54 Imagine The Fire (1:45)
48. 7m55 Chasing The Convoy East (3:31)
49. 8m56 A Hero Can Be Anyone (2:35)
50. 8m57 Sacrifice (1:31)
51. 8m58a It Was The Batman (5:12)
52. 8m58b No Stone Unturned (1:29)
53. 8m59 Fernet-Branca (0:31)


thejok3rrules2013-07-31 22:41:13
One question...: Are you fucking kidding me? xD


Mike2013-07-31 23:33:38
Uh....dude...this has been around a long time.

cheesy reply Replies: 2 || 2013-06-04 02:34:59
Are there any making-of clips or featurettes about the music for TDKR with Hans Zimmer? I know about that "Sound of The Dark Knight Rises" one with the editors, but are there any that feature Hans talking about the music more, or some clips of the orchestra playing it?


score_trader2013-06-04 09:06:06
the bluray version has a long featurette that hasn't been uploaded to youtube yet that has demonstrations/interviews with hans, and clips of the orchestra playing a lot of the bane suite and shit.


cheesy2013-06-05 00:24:36
I have the blu ray but I was never able to figure out how to get to any of the featurettes.

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2013-06-21 21:49:58
I think the main "Dark Knight" theme (the one heard in "A Dark Knight", "Rise", and "The End") might be one of my favorite Zimmer themes. Regardless of how I hear it (in its hopeful, end-of-movie form, in its tragic, Batman-sacrificed-himself form, in its epic "Like a Dog Chasing Cars" form, or in its choir arrangement in "Aurora"), I'm always moved by it. Bravo, Zimmer.

george reply Replies: 2 || 2013-05-19 04:10:13
MTV Trailer Music original? original version pleaseeee


Prometheus2013-05-28 17:28:47
watch?v=Vw8NBDFbvKE


Mike2013-05-28 21:14:43
That brings to mind all the exciting days last year as I waited for this movie to be released (days now consumed by excitement for Man of Steel)! :)

Ds reply Replies: 4 || 2013-05-17 20:58:02
So it appears that MAYBE Chris Nolan is in talks to direct Bond 24. What I immediately thought is: HANS ZIMMER doing James Bond? That could be a lot of fun! What do you think?


Mike2013-05-17 20:59:50
Isn't Chris Nolan doing Interstellar right now? And didn't Hybrid say Hans is scoring that?


Ds2013-05-17 21:11:56
Yep, he is. But still he's in talks for Bond (or maybe it's just a rumor, we can't possibly know). If this news is true, i suppose he'll do Bond right after shooting Interstellar... But then there will be no Bond until 2015 and that's a bit long. Wait and see.


James2013-05-17 21:12:53
What the hell is that? where you get it from? the source do not tell me is your'ss


Ds2013-05-18 01:18:36
It's the 1st news on imdb frontpage :)

Aragorn reply Replies: 0 || 2013-05-15 21:48:59
You guys know how Zimmer said, after Batman Begins, that eventually the two note theme would be expanded (at the point of BB, Batman hadn't "earned his theme")? Well you might actually be hearing that if you listen starting at 8:07 in "Wayne Manor". You can also hear it in the "On Thin Ice" track.

Anonymous reply Replies: 2 || 2013-05-05 05:15:01
You could replace Why Do We Fall? in the movie with 528491 from Inception and it would fit just fine.


Aragorn2013-05-05 05:17:23
That was actually my thought when I saw that scene in the theater. Inception reimagined! lol


Score_Trader2013-05-05 07:54:42
Yep. It's almost exactly the same idea.

Yeah, the notation is different. But you know what I am saying. They are climax tracks.

Anonymous reply Replies: 2 || 2013-04-10 23:25:18
I love the slowed-down version of Why Do We Fall? from 2:21-4:46 in Wayne Manor. It's very motivating.


Mike2013-04-10 23:29:51
I love the action-ified variant of that same theme from 6:53-8:08. Though the whole piece is just brilliant. Not everyone will agree with me on this, but I'd say it's one of Zimmer's best works.


big john2013-04-10 23:52:57
i love pussy

Radik reply Replies: 0 || 2013-04-10 21:50:30
On Thin Ice is very similiar like Sacrifice theme from The Fan :)

Nicholas Cage reply Replies: 0 || 2013-04-01 22:37:08
Does anyone know if there's plans for a 2 disc release????

Anonymous reply Replies: 1 || 2013-04-01 22:09:13
"That's right....Gotham...on your feet.....to the lyrical thrills...of BANE..."


Nerd2013-04-01 22:13:12
LOL..."I laugh when you ask why I wear the mask. I'll explain! IT'S BECAUSE I'M BANE!"

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2013-02-22 08:44:55
I have a question: who determines the way in which the various tracks are released? For example, 15 tracks will be on the CD, then three will be made available by going to a website, then two will be made available via iTunes, then you get the last one by buying movie tickets?

Cause it really is most inconvenient.

Pluto reply Replies: 3 || 2013-02-03 20:48:15
I have a question: When a soundtrack comes out for sale, who determines how much music goes on the cd? For example, with The Dark Knight Rises, is it Hans Zimmer who goes, "Okay, I'm going to put this much music on the disc", or is it the company WaterTower Music that goes, "No, we're putting this much music"? Is it the company or the composer?


Hybrid Soldier2013-02-03 21:43:56
First of all, there's no time restriction, since it's a UK recorded score.

Then, yes, it's HZ.


Mike2013-02-04 00:56:49
Honestly, as much as I liked the score as heard in the film and the four suites Hans wrote, I don't think the album was the greatest release. The first 6 tracks are new enough, but the next 9 are for the most part variations on old material. That's a shame, too, because there was a lot of new music in this movie (especially compared to TDK vs. Begins). The album should have focused more on the new stuff.

Although, Imagine the Fire, Why Do We Fall?, and Rise are quite excellent...


Mike2013-02-04 01:18:49
Excuse me: the first SEVEN tracks are new.

Mike reply Replies: 8 || 2013-02-01 08:58:55
Hybrid Soldier, I have a question perhaps you can answer. Why is it that Batman Chased/Risen From Darkness sounds way different on the album than it does in the film?

In the movie, when Batman knocks the dude off the motorcycle, we hear the credits music as it usually sounds--but on the album, it's edited differently. Immediately after that, when the chase starts, the movie uses a cue from the beginning of Molossus--edited differently in the album version. In the movie, once it goes back to the chase after Striver says, "He's drawing the cops off Bane", the new heroic theme stays around a while, but on the album, it quickly ends and is followed by a Molossus variation. When Batman blows up the car and escapes on the ramp, the movie uses the cue from Molossus--edited differently on the album. Finally, during the last part of that scene, the movie uses "Back Up" pretty much verbatim--but AGAIN, it's edited differently on the album. The whole track just sounds much more electronic on the album.

Whew...That felt like a mouthful. XD


Hybrid Soldier2013-02-01 10:29:30
Two explanations => Music Editor & Music Mixer !

There's a scene to score. They temp it with edited Begins cues and a portion of Zimmer's new suite. Hans asks Lorne to take care of that sequence which is 4:30. Lorne writes something, using the temp, rearranging it and all. It gets recorded, approved, "Batman Chased" is born.

Then it comes to final step, mixing into the film. And there a hell of a lot things might happen. New editing of the scene occurs, so the music editor has to butcher the cue to make the transition last 3 seconds longer or something. Oh and in the end the tone of cue doesn't really fit the scene anymore, the music mixer removes a layer of music, less electro, more orchestra or the contrary. Oh and in the end the temp music is a little better for this particular segment, incorporate it back again in the cue. Or they of course can ask the composer to rewrite a new version of it, or write short inserts to replace pre-existing segments...

And then, that's why you have Batman Chased as written and what you hear in the film, and you might think "WTF ??" !

In a similar case, the "Pirates Attack Pt 2" from POTC 1 we hear in film is the funniest big editing mess ever !

Or Pearl Harbor, the Attack cue has like all the percussions & electronica mixed like crazy OVER the orchestra in the movie, making it sound so weird compared to Geoff's original cue. A layer from Dorie The Hero was also removed in the film. :)


Mike2013-02-01 19:27:32
Wow. Good explanation, thanks!


Hybrid Soldier2013-02-01 20:10:01
Well the thing is they never record a full cue "together"...

They record the string section, the brass section, the percs. Then there's the electronic elements.

So at the end the mixer can really do what he wants. Alan Meyerson, THE RCP legend mixer, is absolutely great. :)


Mike2013-02-02 03:11:08
I assume, looking at your first comment, that the "Risen From Darkness" track is the chase scene as Lorne initially arranged it?


//////2013-02-02 23:09:00
Just out of curiosity, why is this being discussed under the OST and no the Complete Score? Because "Batman Chased" is on the Complete Score. It's nowhere to be found on the OST


Hybrid Soldier2013-02-02 23:36:49
Err it's Risen From Darkness, one of the OST's bonus tracks...


Mike2013-02-03 04:12:22
I put it here since I was referring to Risen From Darkness. :)


Mike2013-02-03 04:16:21
As Hybrid already said, it's a bonus track you get by purchasing the CD.

Adam K reply Replies: 1 || 2013-01-31 03:23:10
Can anyone give me the cue list (reel numbers) i.e. 1m2r3 v2
the score doesn't have them as names only reel numbers and its a pain to go through


battleship232013-02-01 01:15:27
We don't like you Adam so can you just return to your baazar in forum.filmmusic.pl and leave us in peace ok?Thank you very much.

Mike reply Replies: 5 || 2013-01-28 21:39:08
Everyone always praises heavenbaby06 for that crappy cover of the prologue music, but someone paid a professional to do a real one. Everyone should take a look.

/watch?v=UVZm3uQFbgE


Mike2013-01-28 22:51:35
Just so everyone knows...that wasn't I, the Mike who usually comments.


Hybrid Soldier2013-01-28 22:55:25
So, which one of you is Michael J. Fox "Mike" and which one is Charlie Sheen "Mike" ? :)


Mayor Randall Winston approves this message.


Mike2013-01-28 23:01:36
Haha, good one, Hybrid. I guess I'll be the Charlie Sheen Mike, since I commented on here second. The dude with the link can be the Michael J. Fox Mike.


pranosscore2013-01-29 00:55:26
You should still listen to the recording. It's a really well executed re-production.


Mike2013-02-01 00:01:45
I gave it a listen. You're right, pranosscore--very well done.

Marc reply Replies: 4 || 2013-01-29 23:40:21
Where can I YY the song
Risen from darkness
iTunes only has 18/21 original songs. Same as amazon.


Marc2013-01-29 23:41:07
Where can I buy? Not YY sorry for fat fingering.


Mike2013-01-30 01:14:57
You need to get it with the physical CD. Same with No Stone Unturned. :)


Marc2013-01-30 05:58:56
So I am unable to buy the whole album off iTunes? Kinda annoying since I only want the one song.


Mike2013-01-30 08:03:54
I know, man. It is really annoying. I love the All Out War track, but I didn't buy movie tickets off the correct site. Quite frustrating.

matthew reply Replies: 0 || 2013-01-25 20:09:05
amazing unreleased score during the bonus features.
there is an alternate version of Why do we Fall
and a much more faster and more aggressive version of
The Shadows Betray You
would be cool to create earthquake with these tracks...
anybody knows where to search? because this music obviously went to warner brothers

Anonymous reply Replies: 3 || 2013-01-16 20:32:17
Fight junkie xl remix + how the hell Im gona to appreciate with that stupid noise


evenstar2013-01-17 17:56:13
yeah it's stupid


Ds2013-01-17 18:41:12
Don't understand this concept at all? What is it exactly?


midmaestro2013-01-19 14:56:15
A breeze before the inevitable storm gets going.
ref:soundcloud.com/junkiexl/the-dark-knight-rises-bombers

Ds reply Replies: 11 || 2012-12-13 20:37:25
No Golden Globe nomination this year for Hans...


Hybrid Soldier2012-12-14 17:53:31
Argo nominated, I hope the Globes comitee knows that the cool piece at the end is... from Spy Game !! Haha


Ds2012-12-15 12:48:49
They probably don't even know that. Desplat is an appreciated composer and Argo is nominated for Best Picture, it's enough to nominate it for Best Music :D


ToddL2013-01-17 05:38:10
Unfortunately, I have not seen the movie.
@Hybrid: which piece from Spy Game is played at the end?


El Baradei2013-01-17 11:15:41
It's "Do You Miss London"; not on the official soundtrack.


Pierre2013-01-17 13:00:56
Argo is still a far better score than anything Hans has done this year.


Ds2013-01-17 14:17:50
... but a far worse score than anything Desplat has done this year :D

I was a little disappointed when TDKR came out, because i had ridiculous high expectations for this score. But now, 6 months later, i'm still listening to it, enjoying it more and more. Hans has found a crazy sound for Gotham, it just takes some time to enjoy it really!


Edmund Meinerts2013-01-17 15:14:16
You wouldn't say that if you'd heard Desplat's Rust and Bone, Ds. I didn't know he had that level of crappitude in him...Makes Argo (which I'm not a fan of) look like a bloody masterpiece in comparison.


Ds2013-01-17 17:53:52
When i saw Rust & Bone, i barely noticed there was music, so this one didn't count for me :D I was speaking about the wonderful score for Rise of the Guardians, which is far superior to Argo!


Edmund Meinerts2013-01-17 17:54:58
Can't argue with you there. Rise of the Guardians was pretty good...though not as good as a John Powell score for that movie would have been!


Ds2013-01-17 18:39:48
100% agree on this. I was so disappointed when Desplat was hired instead of Powell :(


Mr Tweedy2013-01-17 18:48:04
Well "Do You Miss London" isn't featured on the Spy Game soundtrack with that specifif name, but what I heard in Argo is definitely on the soundrack !
If I remember correctly, I'd say this is the piano theme you hear in "My Name is Tom".

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2012-12-18 08:18:55
Were the suites done by Zimmer exclusively (apart from maybe reprisals of anything JNH worked on)? If they were just Zimmer I'd be quite happy.

MGDrone reply Replies: 1 || 2012-12-13 01:06:07
I guess Ill post this here since...

Ummm, guys, the trailer to The Man of Steel is out now, sooo... get your butts over to youtube and listen to the music!!!


MGDrone2012-12-13 01:36:38
Disregard... I just read the Rango thread -.-

G.R.Lenz reply Replies: 1 || 2012-12-11 14:54:04
@Hybrid; Here in this page Tdkr credits Where's Ramin Djawadi as Additional Arrangements ? According to Tdkr Original Album & Tdkr +z covers credits !?


Hybrid Soldier2012-12-11 15:00:10
Ramin did not work on that score.

Hans credited him to "aknowledge the family".

I guess it's mainly because reprises from Begins in that film were somehow Ramin cues... ;)

Ultralord reply Replies: 0 || 2012-12-09 07:45:02
So if All Out War was only available with movie tickets does that mean it's illegal for someone to get now?

Ds reply Replies: 0 || 2012-12-09 13:55:21
On the bluray there's a very nice featurette about The Chant & Zimmer's music. We can see the 'experimentataion' Hans was talking about, it looked crazy :)

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 7 || 2012-08-12 10:35:01
My time to play the game of correect order. And trust me that one is 100% true :

01 - A Storm Is Coming (Opening Logo)
02 - Gotham's Reckoning (Prologue)
03 - Mind If I Cut In? (mix between the Safe scene & the Airport scene)
04 - Nothing Out There
05 - On Thin Ice (when Blake visits Bruce)
06 - Risen From Darkness (Batpod Chase)
07 - Fear Will Find You (Bat & Cat fight the thugs on the rooftop)
08 - Death By Exile (Bane talks to Wayne in Prison)
09 - The Fire Rises (mix between a part of the Bane Suite + Bane's Speech)
10 - Born In Darkness
11 - Underground Army (when the two outside cops get in the team and caught by Bane)
12 - Why Do We Fall?
13 - Despair (Bruce returns to Gotham)
14 - All Out War (mix between Bat & Cat talking and Bruce bagged to Fox)
15 - Necessary Evil (Big revelation)
16 - No Stone Unturned (mix between the last action sequence & The Harvey Dent Speech at the beginning of the movie)
17 - Rise (Ending)

Imagine The Fire is just part of the Wayne Manor suite, and The End & The Shadows Betray You are more like suites too... :)


theeaglesfan0052012-08-12 20:29:08
MY EDIT OF THE SCORE

1. A Storm Is Coming
2. Gotham's Reckoning
3. On Thin Ice (0:00-0:34)
4. No Stone Unturned (6:21-7:29)
5. Born In Darkness (0:00-0:34)
6. Mind If I Cut In?
7. No Stone Unturned (6:21-7:29)
8. Nothing Out There
9. On Thin Ice (0:35-0:49)
10. Selina Kyle (Suite) (0:00-4:10) [Filler]
11. Bane (Suite) (0:00-1:54)
12. On Thin Ice
13. Fox Meeting (2m13 Trip to Hong Kong from TDK)
14. Bane (Suite) (0:00-1:54)
15. Gotham's Reckoning (2:34-2:50)
16. The Fire Rises (0:00-0:45)
17. Risen From Darkness
18. Fear Will Find You
19. The Fire Rises (2:28-3:08)
20. On Thin Ice (0:53-2:55)
21. Why Do We Fall? (0:29-1:29)
22. Mind If I Cut In? (1:53-2:38)
23. Gotham's Reckoning (1:10-2:33) 1
24. Gotham's Reckoning (1:10-2:33) 2
25. Gotham's Reckoning (0:44-1:10) 3
26. Gotham's Reckoning (0:00-0:43) 4
27. The Fire Rises (1:43-2:19) 1
28. The Fire Rises (2:41-5:33) 2
29. Born In Darkness
30. Ra's Immortal (Meeting Ducard from BB)
31. Underground Army
32. Bane (Suite) (2:41-4:08)
33. Why Do We Fall, Bruce? (1m8b Mugging, Pt. 2 from BB)
34. Why Do We Fall?
35. Death By Exile
36. All Out War (1:56-3:22) 1
37. All Out War (1:56-3:22) 2
38. Despair
39. All Out War (0:00-1:56)
40. Bane (Suite) (1:54-5:52)
41. Bane (Suite) (18:11-19:47)
42. Necessary Evil
43. Imagine The Fire (3:41-7:25)
44. No Stone Unturned (0:00-6:21)
45. Bruce Wayne? (Mugging, Pt. 2 from BB)
46. Rise
47. TDKR Credits (Recording)

Total Time: 1:39:35


Zimmer's Fan2012-08-14 17:53:18
Before "No Stone Unturned" in the end, is the first part of "Introduce A Little Anarchy" when the convoy pursues the bomb.


theeaglesfan0052012-08-14 20:43:53
No Stone Unturned has that cue in it...


Evenstar2012-08-15 19:31:46
@theeaglesfan005: who cares about your fucking fan edit?


theeaglesfan0052012-08-15 21:48:22
Evenstar... um... ok?

because it matches the film order... whatever.. you obviously have issues


BallSack Magoo2012-08-16 22:36:50
lol...


Mike2012-11-13 08:50:27
Thanks for this ordering, Hybrid. You rock.

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