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Well my bet is that either Elfman or Giacchino will end up scoring the film, and we all know how willing they are to use other composers' themes. :p<br><br>I severely doubt either Horner's or Zimmer's theme will reappear. If Giacchino scores it he'll probably write yet another theme or rework his own Spidey theme, and if Elfman gets the gig I expect him to just use his own theme.Well, it's either an edit of these cues, or it's an original one, recorded in that form (theme suite or something like that), and the other film cues are just based on that one!So more and more websites have been saying that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are going to have cameos in Doctor Strange 2. Which begs the question, if Garfield appears and they do use unique music for him, what theme are they gonna use for him? Horner's or Zimmer's? <br><br>Horner's is probably more revered, but neither theme is necessarily iconic among general audiences since they each only had one movie to develop.It happened with Sherlock Holmes 2 OST.Thank you, but I noticed that Tennessee is actually a micro edited hell of End Titles + Main Titles + Danny & Evelyn Make Love :/
I think I know what happend here:<br><br>They somehow messed up the sampling rate of either the source files or while recording the master.<br><br>When I record a part in 48kHz on my computer and play it back at 44.1kHz it sounds right to my ears.<br><br>I'm of course not sure if that's a mistake on paramount or mondo's end but i'ts pretty weird that something like this can happen without someone noticing it...The original soundtrack of rebuilding paradise will be release next week in november 6, 2020 at Lakeshore Records and here's is the tracklist<br><br>1.Rebuilding Paradise<br>2.Day Of Fire<br>3.One Year Anniversary<br>4.Return To Ashes<br>5.Fire Reunited Family<br>6.Aftermath<br>7.We're Coming Back<br>8.Memorial<br>9.Love Of The Land<br><br>Total Album Time: (34:40)<br>Tennessee: Main Titles + Danny & Evelyn Make Love<br><br>Brothers: Young Rafe to the Rescue + Train Station Goodbye + Evelyn Gets the News<br><br>...And Then I Kissed Him: First Date + Rafe Says Goodbye + I'm Pregnant<br><br>I Will Come Back: Rafe Returns + Rafe Gets the News (alt)<br><br>Attack: The Attack + Oklahoma - First Hospital + Roosevelt Gets the News + Trapped Sailors - Roosevelt's Speech<br><br>December 7th: Hospital Carnage - Destroyed Fleet + Men In Trouble<br><br>War: 30 Seconds Over Tokyo<br><br>Heart of a Volunteer: Final Confrontation - Return Home + Danny & Evelyn Make Love<br>Hybrid do you have a breakdown of this album? I've tried doing it myself but the tracks seem to be edited to hell and back.okay wow...that’s a huge difference :D...
I really really pray it’s Henry but it’s most likely gonna be Ludwig since he’s worked with the director before"complete" that's cute, here's an actual list (still not really complete but whatever)<br><br>1m07a Car Crash, pt. I<br>Hans Zimmer, Andy Page<br>1m07b Car Crash, pt. II<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>1m08 X-Manor / Title Card<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro<br>1m10 Pre-Space Mission<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro, Andy Page<br>1m11 X-Men Find Shuttle<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro<br>1m12 Commander Left Behind<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>1m13 Solar Flare<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>1m14-15 X-Men Return / Raven Confronts X<br>1m16a Examining Jean<br>1m16b Jean & Scott Kiss<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>2m18 Smith Looks for Luna<br>2m21-22 Party / Jean Unconscious<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro, Andy Page<br>2m23 Cerebro<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>2m24a Inside Jean’s Mind<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>2m24b Need to See My Father<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>2m25 Alien Meeting<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro<br>2m26 Jean Visits Dad<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming, Andy Page<br>2m28 Jean Standoff, pt. I<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>2m28b Jean Standoff, pt. II<br>Hans Zimmer, Andy Page<br>2m29 Raven Impaled<br>2m30s Funeral Source<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro (Henry Purcell)<br>3m32 Smith Visits Dad<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro<br>3m33 The Island<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>3m34 Island Standoff<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro, David Fleming<br>3m35 Peace has Been Shattered<br>3m36 Hello Jean<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro<br>3m39 Smith Shows Jean Force<br>4m40a Sadneto<br>4m40b The Helmet<br>4m41-42 NY Street Fight<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro<br>4m43a Staircase Standoff, pt. I<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>4m43b Staircase Standoff, pt. II<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming, Andy Page<br>4m44 Jean Transfers Force<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro<br>4m45a Train Tension, pt. I<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro<br>4m45b Train Tension, pt. II<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro (Henry Purcell)<br>4m45c Train Tension, pt. III<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro<br>4m46 Aliens Attack<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro<br>5m48-49 Train Flashback<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>5m50 Protect My Family<br>5m51 Break Things<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>5m52 Train Wreckage Fight<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>5m53 My Emotions<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro<br>5m54a Coda, pt. I<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming (Henry Purcell)<br>5m54b Coda, pt. II<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>5m55a End Credits, pt. I (Space Scene)<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>5m55b End Credits, pt. II (2m24a)<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>5m55c End Credits, pt. III (2m26)<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>5m55d End Credits, pt. IV (2m24b)<br>Hans Zimmer, David Fleming<br>5m55e End Credits, pt. V (2m25)<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro<br>5m55f End Credits, pt. VI (4m46)<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro<br>5m55g End Credits, pt. VII (2m21-22)<br>Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro, Andy Page"Battle Glorious Suite" is part of "It's Our Fight" (from 2:17 to 3:15) and "Chicago Suite" is "No Prisoners, Only Trophies" but shortened.What is “Battle Glorious” and “Chicago Suite”; can they be found on the official score?here is the complete cue list:<br><br>1M7A    Car Crash - Part 1 //HZ,AP<br>1M7B    Car Crash - Part 2 //HZ,DF<br>1M8     X-Manor / Title Card //HZ,SM<br>1M10    Pre Space Mission //HZ,SM,AP<br>1M11    X-Men Find Shuttle //HZ,SM<br>1M12    Commander Left Behind //HZ,DF<br>1M13    Solar Flare //HZ,DF<br>1M14    X-Men Return<br>1M15    Raven Confronts X<br>1M16A   Examining Jean<br>1M16B   Jean / Scott Kiss //HZ,DF<br>2M18    Smith Looks For Luna<br>2M21/22 Party / Jean Unconscious //HZ,SM,AP<br>2M23    Cerebro //HZ,DF<br>2M24A   Inside Jean's Mind //HZ,DF<br>2M24B   Need To See My Father //HZ,DF<br>2M25    Alien Meeting //HZ,SM<br>2M26    Jean Visits Dad //HZ,DF,AP<br>2M28    Jean Standoff //HZ,DF<br>2M28B   Jean Standoff - Part 2 //HZ,AP<br>2M29    Raven Impaled<br>Funeral (Aeneas) //HZ,SM<br>3M32    Smith Visits Dad //HZ,SM<br>3M33    The Island //HZ,DF<br>3M34    Island Standoff //HZ,SM,DF<br>3M35    Peace Has Been Shattered<br>3M36    Hello Jean //HZ,SM<br>3M39    Smith Shows Jean Force<br>4M40A   Sadneto<br>4M40B   The Helmet<br>4M41/42 NY Street Fight //HZ,SM<br>4M43A   Staircase Standoff - Part 1 //HZ,DF<br>4M43B   Staircase Standoff - Part 2 //HZ,DF,AP<br>4M44    Jean Transfers Force //HZ,SM<br>Train Tension - Part 1 //HZ,SM<br>Train Tension - Part 3 //HZ,SM<br>4M46    Aliens Attack //HZ,SM<br>5M48/49 Train Flashback //HZ,DF<br>5M50    Protect My Family<br>5M51    Break Things //HZ,DF<br>5M52    Train Wreckage Fight //HZ,DF<br>5M53    My Emotions //HZ,SM<br>Coda - Part 1 //HZ,DF<br>Coda - Part 2 //HZ,DF<br>End Credit 1 - Space Scene //HZ,DF<br>End Credit 2    2M24A<br>End Credit 3    2M26<br>End Credit 4    2M24B<br>End Credit 5    2M25<br>End Credit 6    4M46<br>End Credit 7    2M21/22
The whole movie needs to be completed within only 2 months, that is why it has 3 directors, 2 composers and loads of other people dealing with their own parts.Yeah no I don't have translated titles.<br><br>There's also a song out, roughly translated "Heroes Anthem" or "Ode to Heroes", by Tan Weiwei which Andrew did Synth arrangments on.<br><br>And there's also a second score album containing Roc Chen's score (movie apparently has a shitload of directors (lol) and had 2 composers).<br><br><br>China is very complicated as usual !! lolI don't speak Chinese. But I google translated it.<br><br>Overture (with lines) (2:35) <br>King Kong River (3:55) <br>Operator (1:38) <br>Crossing the Bridge (1:08) <br>B29 Incendiary (2:24) <br>Attacking Again (3:26) <br>God of Death (5) :22) <br>Brotherhood (2:13) <br>To die (2:51) <br>The gunner is in place (6:24) <br>Ignite (2:49) <br>To sacrifice life (2:07) <br>Miracle (2:51) <br>Overture (No lines version) ( 2:37)What are Andrew's actual track titles for this? I'd rather have English titles that I can understand and fit with my library.Unfortunately there is no plan to have that one out internationally... :/
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Gangster Squad
Label: Varese Sarabande
Length: 56'03
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  1. His Name Is Mickey Cohen (2:28)
  2. Welcome To Los Angeles (3:13)
  3. He Can't Have You (1:40)
  4. War For The Soul Of LA (2:49)
  5. There Goes Our Ride (1:15)
  6. You Can't Shoot Me (3:52)
  7. Always Knew I'd Die In Burbank (2:29)
  8. You're Talking To God (0:51)
  9. The Bug (2:18)
  10. Hot Potato With A Grenade (3:19)
  11. You Know The Drill (1:07)
  12. I Was Just Hopin' To Take You To Bed (1:31)
  13. Kill 'Em All (1:59)
  14. Chinatown (4:29)
  15. Keeler (2:18)
  16. Connie Lives (1:54)
  17. Let's Finish It (2:26)
  18. Union Station (1:35)
  19. Light 'Em Up (7:28)
  20. The City Of Angels (4:04)
  21. Gangster Squad (2:58)
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MrZimmerFan reply Replies: 2 || 2020-02-24 12:36:32
I give a spin (almost 4 years after my last listening), it grown on me (still don't consider of the best of Jab), but much better than Skyscraper (ok score) and Battleship (guilty pleasure, but not a good score by any means), i like the style of Jablonsky in this one, his rhythms (but i still don't care about the 'motif' for Cohen or certain sound design tracks like 'You Can't Shoot Me' or 'You Know the Drill')

But still has such cool action moments (Hot Potato With a Grenade) and emotional/romantic moments, and still enjoyed that from this.


MrZimmerFan2020-02-24 12:37:36
Also, the use of the guitars by Jablonsky, are still the best since the 90s


mpolonest123 2020-02-24 16:18:57
Was pleasantly surprised by this one when I first heard it. Outside of the ‘modern scoring’ portions you get some fun noir music for the squad, solid action writing, and even some good emotional cues.

Also gotta love the rhythmic idea from Antz popping up here...

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 6 || 2013-01-12 09:55:07
There's a lot of Desperate Housewives, Texas Chainsaw and... Antz in it !


Mr. Charles2013-01-13 00:02:45
I can also hear "Whitwicky" from Transformers. But I liked the score in the film, I made it my goal to pay attention to it


Johnson2013-01-13 04:24:50
Actually, if you pay close attention, Jablonsky also seems to be channeling Thomas Newman...Big Time...

This reminds me of Road to Perdition...


Evenstar2013-01-13 09:24:42
Still an amazing score.


Ds2013-01-13 12:39:31
What track is playing just after the shooting in the street, when Ryan Gosling walks in the direction of Mickey Cohen in slow motion?


Ds2013-01-13 15:10:21
(i found it, it's You Can't Shoot Me)


Edmund Meinerts2013-02-15 22:42:31
I was wondering how the heck a score like this could sound like Antz, but it's definitely there in "Welcome to Los Angeles" and "Hot Potato with a Grenade". Bum-badum-bum bum-badum-bum etc...cool! The Thomas Newman/Road to Perdition twist is a neat touch, though considering Jablonsky hasn't exactly been adverse to throwing bits of Newman into his scores here and there in the past, I guess I shouldn't be surprised. You can definitely trace the influences but I think it's cool that it goes beyond just being a stock modern thriller score. Not a patch on Steamboy, Your Highness or the original Transformers (which is the big Jablonsky triumvirate of awesomeness for me), but it goes a long way towards letting me forgive him for Battleship.

Mr. Fate reply Replies: 6 || 2013-01-14 04:19:43
So...let me get this straight. From what I'm reading here, it seems like this score is pretty awesome what with traces of these past scores being heard in it: Battleship, Sherlock Holmes, Desperate Housewives, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Antz, Road to Perdition, Inception, Transformers and The Untouchables.

I don't think I've ever seen a single score compared to that many other scores. Is that good? Is it bad? I have no idea, but will this list grow longer?


f..k y..o2013-01-14 07:09:14
Shut Up!


Ray2013-01-14 08:45:04
Mr. Fate, I would necessarily say its bad, but it's definitely not Jablonsky's best work either. Though, I do have to say I thoroughly enjoyed it, and it absolutely has similarities to all the aforementioned scores.

Oh, and this so called "f..k y..o"... Really? I think you added an extra dot to the word you.


MrZimmerFan (Fan from Spain)2013-01-14 11:28:19
I don't think is a bad score, is a very entertaing score, reminiescenes? in every work of RC.


f..k y..o2013-01-14 16:03:18
my name! frank yam...o


ToddL2013-01-19 03:50:10
I really like the score -- going to see the movie this weekend. I hear a lot of older H-GW influences in the slow pieces. I listened to Replacement Killers, Light It Up and Liar earlier....wonderful. Just a mention....Not to take anything away from Jablonsky. He is one of my favs -- fantastic composer who can write an unforgettable theme.


ToddL2013-01-19 03:50:10
I really like the score -- going to see the movie this weekend. I hear a lot of older H-GW influences in the slow pieces. I listened to Replacement Killers, Light It Up and Liar earlier....wonderful. Just a mention....Not to take anything away from Jablonsky. He is one of my favs -- fantastic composer who can write an unforgettable theme.

T-Mann036 reply Replies: 2 || 2013-01-13 20:58:04
I've been listening to this soundtrack completely earlier today. I was completely speechless listening to Steve's composed work. Even for a gangster picture, it reminds me of a combination of the Transformers trilogy, Inception, with a touch of The Untouchables. Just like the Battleship complete film score and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen complete score, the Gangster Squad film score is truly one Jablonsky's best scores ever made.

Overall: 4.5 out of 5


Edmund Meinerts2013-01-13 22:25:58
The fact that you picked Revenge of the Fallen and Battleship as Jablonsky's two best doesn't exactly give me hope for this. You really want to hear Steve at his best, go listen to Steamboy (!!!!!!) and Your Highness, or the original Transformers, or his additional music for Tears of the Sun and Pearl Harbor. Hell, even Dark of the Moon was better than Revenge of the Fallen (and before you ask, yes, I've heard them all as completes).


T-Mann0362013-01-13 22:42:29
I can't object your comment, Edmund.

abc reply Replies: 0 || 2013-01-12 09:43:16
Great Score!!! I love it

Ds reply Replies: 0 || 2013-01-09 17:26:51
I'm just back from the movie, it was very cool. Jablonsky's work was also very cool. Pretty dark, it has the funny side of Sherlock Holmes and the loudness of Battleship (but without its noisy electronics :) )

T-Mann036 reply Replies: 0 || 2013-01-09 04:53:38
5/5 Out in the new year we have the hard hitting score from Steve Jablonsky and for Varese Sarabande... Well done!
-Jeremy [Retro-Z]

Miles reply Replies: 6 || 2013-01-07 18:17:15
It sounds OK to me for the most part. Nice jazzy rhythm on "Welcome To Los Angeles," "War For The Soul," "Hot Potato with a Grenade," and "Gangster Squad" (which also has a very noirish oboe accompaniment). "He Can't Have You," "I Was Just Hopin' To Take You To Bed," and "Union Station" are nice breaks in the action for piano, and there's some nice string work (seems to be Jablonsky's strength). However, several tracks (notably "You Can't Shoot Me," "You're Talking To God," "Kill 'Em All," and "The City Of Angels") seem to have more of the "Zimmeresque" unsubtle contemporary style than seems appropriate. I'll have to wait for the full soundtrack before I pass judgment, but my impression is that it's a significant step up from the droning, dissonant mess that was Battleship, but a lighter touch would have been better in some spots.


Mr. Charles2013-01-07 21:05:50
Is this "droning, dissonant mess that was Battleship" the OST or sessions? I still haven't had a chance to listen to the sessions yet.

And does anyone know when this is out? Hopefully tomorrow in the US. cause that's usually when a film's score is released - the Tuesday before the film opens, which is Friday


Anonymous2013-01-07 21:21:45
Charles, the VS website will have all the details.


ToddL2013-01-07 22:00:59
On a different, yet somewhat related note, did anyone else read that Cutting Edge Group is going to purchase Varese Sarabande and increase soundtrack product by a good measure?


Mr. Charles2013-01-07 22:08:02
@Anonymous,

I was having a brain fart. I normally would have thought of that. Thanks.

@ToddL,

No, I didn't hear about that!! That's fantastic news!!


Macejko2013-01-07 22:25:53
This might be a good time to ask (and I'm sorry if this is a dumb question, and it probably is) - who is in charge of deciding whether a film score gets a release? Is it a movie studio, a record label, or a composer?


Ds2013-01-09 00:46:04
It's on iTunes US!

Frau Blucher reply Replies: 1 || 2013-01-06 02:50:37
Hybrid, I have 2 questions for you:

1.) When is this score being released, and when can we hear some god samples?

2.) Is the instrumental music heard in the beginning of the Pain & Gain trailer part of the score?

Thanks very much!


Mike2013-01-06 03:37:20
I can answer one thing. The release date is the 8th, so three more days (click "See Details").

jj reply Replies: 0 || 2013-01-05 10:52:17
Do yall no when clips are going to come out on YouTube?

Andy reply Replies: 6 || 2012-12-17 20:05:39
Sampler^^
colosseum.de/product_info.php/info/p2608_Gangster-Squad--Ste ve-Jablonsky-.html


MrZimmerFan (Fan from Spain)2012-12-17 21:01:13
Sounds very good


Evenstar2012-12-17 21:05:25
sounds cool


Yruama2012-12-17 21:13:26
It sounds good but a memorable theme is really missing as Jablonsky knows how to make them.

Extracts remind me moreover a lot Battleship crossed by moment with Desperate Housewives.



MrZimmerFan (Fan from Spain)2012-12-17 21:25:16
Battleship cross with Desperate Housewives? xD, for me sounds like Jerry Goldsmith crossed Hans Zimmer xD


Trent Easton Navarro2012-12-18 16:37:02
I'll wait till I've heard the whole score before I give my final judgement, but boy does this sound horribly bland and predictable. This could have come from any modern day thriller. This doesn't sound like a period set gangster film at all!


Gorast2012-12-21 00:09:58
War for the soul and welcome to los angeles seem to be the only really interesting tracks, everything else I could deal without. bleh. nothing to exciting

T-Mann036 reply Replies: 0 || 2012-12-19 03:51:28
I'm looking forward to Steve's most epic work in Gangster Squad.

Conrad Fischer reply Replies: 2 || 2012-12-07 11:00:33
Does anyone know if Jablonsky is doing the film ''Lone Survivor''

IMDb has had him listed as doing it for a few months but I saw an interview with Director Peter Berg where said he was ''In Talks'' with the instrumental rock band Explosions in the Sky to do the music for the film.

I know IMDb is not the most reliable source so I thought I would ask here as the people who run this site often have insider info.


Edmund Meinerts2012-12-07 11:31:39
I hope the bit about the rock band isn't true. I'd rather new Jablonsky scores sound more like Your Highness/Steamboy/Transformers 1 than Battleship, thanks... ;)


Trent Easton Navarro2012-12-07 14:38:45
@Edmund - Explosions in the Sky wrote a pretty good score for Peter Berg's Friday Night Lights. Not all rock bands deliver Trent Reznor style droning ;)

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 19 || 2012-11-20 20:18:57
This will be interesting... :)


MrZimmerFan (Fan from Spain)2012-11-20 21:09:08
The wait is goint to be longer... :(


Mr. Charles2012-11-20 23:07:10
YES!!!!! Oh man, I absolutely cannot wait for this!!

If it weren't for that jackhole lunatic who shot up the theatre in Aurora, this would have opened last month


Trent Easton Navarro2012-11-21 20:37:49
I'll approach this one with extreme caution. I think Carter Burwell was a much better choice to score a period set gangster drama and it's a real shame he got replaced.


Hybrid Soldier2012-11-22 09:18:59
So you don't know what Burwell would have done, and you don't know what Jab has come up with, but it SURELY was better with Burwell ?

I'm impressed !


Ds2012-11-22 11:09:25
Just look at director Ruben Fleischer's other movies, i can't imagine this man doing an old-school movie. I'm pretty sure he wanted a modern approach to it.


Kusi2012-11-22 14:55:41
calm down Hybrid! Personally I'm loving Burwell's THE JACKAL - one of his best :) Maybe it had to be a good choice, but I'm waiting for Steve's music and let me surprise.


MrZimmerFan (Fan from Spain)2012-11-22 16:05:43
Well, i'm not a big fan of Burwell, but he is a good composer, but Steve Jablonsky is gonna a blow up with this score


Trent Easton Navarro2012-11-22 17:43:26
@Hybrid

I'm a big fan of Carter Burwell and him scoring a period set crime flick really got me excited.

But Jablonsky is probably the only real talented composer of the current RC composers. So I'm curious what the result will be, but I'll always wonder what Burwell would have done


Mr. Charles2012-11-22 19:11:08
@Trent

Is Zimmer no longer working at RCP? Is he not talented? He may be the head of RCP, but it still counts. Also, John Powell and Harry Gregson-Williams aren't talented? (Not sure about HGW stick being here, but if he is then I count him as talented)


Ds2012-11-22 20:23:19
Lorne Balfe is also über great!


Trent Easton Navarro2012-11-23 15:41:45
@Mr Charles

Hans himself sure is talented. It just seems he just doesn't use his talents anymore these days (in my opinion that is). He seems to rely more and more on additional composers. Even for the 5 minute Simpsons short he used half a dozen additional composers!

As for Powell and HG-W. Yes, they are indeed also really talented (probably the two most talented composers to have come out of Zimmer's stable), but they are old school (from the days when Zimmer's studio was still called Media Ventures).


Hybrid Soldier2012-11-23 17:10:47
Yeah the 70 minutes of suites written for TDKR really show his big laziness !


ToddL2012-11-23 17:42:45
Looks like the release date is 1/8...


Joshua 2012-11-24 05:27:32
Go to the films official website and you'll hear some music from Jablonskys score.


Trent Easton Navarro2012-11-24 10:40:49
@Hybrid If those 70 minutes are uninspired and rehashes from the previous two installments, than yes.

And even you gotta admit that it's ridiculous that "The Longest Daycare" needed six or so composers.

I listened to Black Rain and White Fang the other day again, I really miss that Hans. Here's hoping that Hans shows up for the Man of Steel.


MrZimmerFan (Fan from Spain)2012-11-24 11:37:49
The Hans of Black Rain is so awesome :)


Hybrid Soldier2012-11-24 13:11:22
Where did you get that story about Simpsons ?

It's not even right, Jim Dooley scored it with HZ's themes.


Trent Easton Navarro2012-11-24 13:39:05
At the end credits. First it says "music by Hans Zimmer" and after that there is the infamous "additional music by" which listed at least four composers


Trent Easton Navarro2012-11-24 13:46:32
Seems like my memory is playing tricks on me. Watched it again on youtube and it indeed only lists Dooley as additional composer. Could have sworn when I saw it before Ice Age 4, there was a whole list of additional composers.

I stand corrected :)

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