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Apparently Zimmer didn't have a good time on Dunkirk (according to Nolan himself) but I never got the feeling that they weren't happy in the end about the score.WHAAAAAATTTTTT? Nolan's movie is not confirmed??? But Nolan-Zimmer is the rule, no? But why wouldn't Hans score Nolan's movie? Did something happen between them?Wait wait wait Nolan's movie for Hans is not confirmed... Far from it...This is also releasing in 2020. How many movies are up for release now from 2019-2020, Lion King, Dark Phoenix, Wonder Woman 2, Top Gun - Maverick, SpongeBob, Nolan's movie, this, and that BBC show. We are gonna get so much stuff. I am very excited.YES!!!!!<br><br>So happy that Villeneuve is directing and Zimmer is attached to score. While I know itís unlikely I hope this score is more than just sound design, there is so much opportunity here to write some kickass music.
Fuck Yeah!!!Hans is scoring Denis Villeneuve's 'Dune'.<br><br>The movie will be released in 2020 with an all star cast. It's gonna  be a busy 2 years for Zimmer. Hope we'll get some new great scores like in the older days or inventive scores that are awesome!!The stuff that didn't really do it in HZ Live for me were the "rockified" versions of No time For Caution and the Moody Bruce TDKR suite. Making those pieces sound like they did weakened their power, IMO. They were too guitar-and-drums heavy and I just preferred the originals. Otherwise, HZ Live was pretty good. There was some hyperbole in my comment about putting it to shame. But overall I definitely would rather have The World of Hans Zimmer approach.Because China.If it's an unofficial release, the order really doesn't matter. :P
So, is it like the guy says? Is that the order?I'm not sure, did you call the Thin Red Line live arrangement "noise"?? That's probably my favourite thing from this whole concert, such a massive improvement on the original version, it's incredibly immersive and it reaches levels of power and intensity words couldn't describe.<br><br>As Mephariel says, TWOHZ is a straightforward rendition of pieces we know, with little modification, while HZL is a reworking of the music as Hans himself thinks is best. Both have their charm and their use.<br><br>And after all that's why we like Hans in the first place: he doesn't do anything like anyone. He proved it with his music throughout his career, and he proved it again with his shows :-)why not bring that show to China?As the user in the Youtube says, is an unofficial release.Because, there's an image (album cover) that says that a deluxe version exists, featuring 16 bonus tracks, extended versions and tracks that did not came out on the official OST release, so, Which are them? Does anybody know?<br>
What about the BONUS TRACKS? Which are them? And their listing?<br>in my opionion, alot of tracks in Hans Zimmer Live In Prague are just weak arrangements. some of them turn actually just into noise. Crimson Tide/160BPM; The Thin Red Line; Inception and Interstellar. also the soloists were often just a waste. they were playing, the camera was on them, but you couldnt hear them. but i have to say, Gladiator with Czarina Russell was amazing, much better than with Lisa Gerrard. in the end, i also prefer TWOHZ, because it represents his music much better. also the program is more varied.Still no news :-/<br><br>I wonder if the bonus material RGW promised somehow got delayed.To be fair, Hans Zimmer Live has its charms. Some of the soloist performances are truly spectacular, like Guo's Pirate sequence. Also, HZL presented Zimmer's music in ways we haven't seen or heard before. It is also a celebration of electronic music, something TWOHZ isn't. So DS is right that both programs compliment each other.I really donít get the comparisons, they are both two completely different things. I love HZ Live simply because itís a cool, rock spin on Zimmerís music. This, on the other hand, is a more traditional approach that sounds amazing and closer to the music as heard in film. For me personally neither are better or worse, I actually think they both work extremely well.<br><br>My only complaint: still no live performance of ďToo Many Notes, Not Enough RestsĒ  ;)
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The Replacement Killers
Label: Varese Sarabande
Length: 36'12
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  1. John's Theme (2:43)
  2. Stalked (3:58)
  3. The Temple (2:28)
  4. He Means Business (3:16)
  5. Kill Or Be Replaced (2:18)
  6. We Have Visitors? (2:11)
  7. John Reflects (2:04)
  8. Surreal Shoot-Out (3:57)
  9. John Straps His Man (3:47)
  10. Race Against Time (3:04)
  11. The Heavies Arrive (2:53)
  12. Final Confrontation (3:38)
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Bayhem reply Replies: 0 || 2017-06-30 10:21:41
One of my all-time favorite HGW scores. So freakin' atmospheric....so underrated. John Reflects, John's Theme and The Temple literally transport you to another world. Great for meditation. Too bad that not a lot of people (even here) seem to care or like that score as much as I do. I guess when it comes to 1998 it's all about one MV/RC score - "Armageddon". And the rest - like "The Replacement Killers" - are pretty much ignored. Oh, well...

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2006-08-17 00:00:00
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