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Booklet credits:<br><br>Score Composed, Produced, Programmed, Mixed and Mastered by Tom Holkenborg<br><br>Additional Music: Antonio Di Iorio<br>Additional Synth Programming by Sara Barone<br>Technical Score Engineers: Jacopo Trifone, Shwan Askari, Gevorg Chepchyan and Jarrod Royles-Atkins<br>Music Production Services by Michiel Groeneveld<br>Score Mixed at Computer Hell Cabin<br><br>Score Conducted by Edward Trybek<br>Score Orchestrated by Edward Trybek, Henri Wilkinson, Jonathan Beard and Tom Holkenborg<br>Music Contractor: Peter Rotter (For Encompass Music Partners)<br>Score Copied by Edward Trybek and Henri Wilkinson<br>Score Recorded by Chris Fogel<br>Digital Recording by Kevin Globerman<br>Score Recorded at Elbo Studios<br><br>Executive in Charge of Music for Paramount Pictures: Randy Spendlove<br>Soundtrack Album Coordinator: Michael Murphy<br>Executive Album Producers for La-La Land Records: MV Gerhard and Matt Verboys<br>Art Direction by Dan Goldwasser at Warm Butter Design<br>Production Assistance: Frank K. DeWald and Neil S. Bulk<br><br>Special Thanks:<br>Saskia Holkenborg, Julian and Darren Holkenborg, David Altschul, Anne Cobb, Allison Dotson, Richard Kraft, Laura Engel, Hisham Dahud and Alastair Duncan<br><br>Paramount Pictures Thanks:<br>Lilly Bennet, Mary Jo Braun, Dan Butler, Sheryl Carlin, Dina Durant, Adam Ehrlich, Robert Gasper, Tina Kiehl, Liz McNicholl, Vanessa Palmer, Areli Quuirarte, Maddy Van Remortel, Kim Seiniger, Johnathan Weiss and Clare YezerskiHey man, I'm sure you already know this, but you are awesome! I just watched your Vanity Fair video from two years ago. Your take on life and your music is amazing, keep up the good work!I do really like benjamin wallfisch's new score for the invisible man, which is release today in cinema. I'm a fan of wallfisch's film score since lights out and including other film scores, but i begin to hear the score in spotify & youtube and i do like the score with the full orchestra & electronic music within the film music and there are two themes for the film but there are most motif, like mr.zimmerfan says. <br><br>I just hope that this page can released the soundtrack details of The Invisible man soon and this score is good.The Invisible Man, would be one of the most dark, hard-hearing scores by Wallfisch, by far, multiple people will hate this score -i know, is difficult listening horror scores-, but when is good, is good.<br><br>If you love Lights Out, the two ITs, speacially, A Cure for Wellness, The Invisible Man is for you: dark, unpleasing (the theme for Elisabeth Moss' character is a beautiful melodie, example in 'Denouement', constantly accosed -rightly word- with the sounds of the Invisible Man, he has not theme, more motif and tremendously agresive sound desing, you can here listen in 'Attack') and very Hermann-esque (the score was only recorded with string orchestra, say by Wallfisch).<br><br>Like i said before, is not a score for everyone, but if you love Wallfisch's writing for horror, this one is for youNow, i believe, is one of the best (i was more enganging with this one more than Solo, wich i still found good, but not the best from Powell, sorry) scores written by Powell, still, not has tremendous as the HTTYD trilogy, but one of the most incredible, beautiful and heart-warming scores written by him.<br><br>Powell found himself comfortable with this style of americana/folk (Wake the Girls, is a such good start the album) and combining it with his action/adventure style of writing ('Snowy Climb', the incredible -one of the best cues of the album- 'Buck Takes the Lead', 'Ice Rescue'), but when it comes the emotional -not discover nothing new-, man, Powell is fricking good: 'We Carry Love', 'Finding Bears and Love in the Woods' or 'Come Say Goodbye'.<br><br>One of the best scores of 2020, by far.
I found myself more entertaining by this one (after multiple listenings) than with Skyscraper, but not more than TLK or TMNT and TLWH.<br><br>The themes are there, very simplistic, but effective (the melodie for RST twisted in 'Harting', for example or the more melodic and peaceful theme in 'KT'), and yes, the sound design, but in the defense of Jab, he is far more rhytmic than others attepmting it (the element of horror hearing in 'Martin Axe' or the percussive twisted agressive in 'The Tunnel') or the more echoing 'The Island' guitar riffs in 'Ray Garrison', even he reutilizes the percussive timing Decepcticon theme for the motif (i think) for Bloodshot.<br><br>Maybe, i gave him more credit, but in his defense, i was expecting something more electronic (plenty electronic are here), but is more orchestral and melodic i was expecting.Sadly this one failed to impress in any way for me. I felt like falling asleep for much of this album. Overall too simplistic, ugly, and cliched with very difficult to pin down thematic material, as the melodies are so minimalist.To whom it may concern...<br><br>Is it possible to download or in any other way purchase the Hannibal (Expanded) score somewhere? I have the original motion picture soundtrack, but would LOVE to have them both..<br><br>Best regards<br><br>Nicholas10 and 16 are missing from the store pack.Most probably
I am not a hybrid, i will try to give my opinion. I think, music in 5 season will come out when and 6 season. But I really want to be wrong!!! :)It's very sad...(((The 'Allentown Brothers' track is pretty damn awesome (find it on YouTube). It's like a mix between gothic Elfman, Desperate Housewives and Transformers. I love it.<br><br>It's one of those scores that people don't talk about much but it's actually pretty cool. <br><br>An awesome venue would be the Opera House in Odessa.Want this so bad!!!
Does anyone have a breakdown of this with the official score album?<br>Hats off to Batu Sener for working on many of the score's best cues though!It all comes to personal preference I think. Personally Iíve moved on from collecting cdís (or anything really) and would rather have everything digital simply to utilize space. <br><br>That being said, I completely understand the appeals of having physical media, it would be sad to see that go away for the people who really love it.It's not only to appreciate the work, its to have something "real" in your hands, for your music collection. I don't like only to have a digital music archive. Of course, i rip all the cds i own to WAV and MP3. But i want to have them in my physical music collection.These day, sure. But we usually get news of the next one by the time he's finished wrapping up the current one.
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Hans ZimmerKlaus BadeltJohn PowellJeff Rona
ComposerAdditional MusicAdditional MusicAmbient Music Design
The Thin Red Line
Label: RCA Victor
Length: 58'56
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  1. The Corall Atoll (8:00)
  2. The Lagoon (8:36)
  3. Journey To The Line (9:21)
  4. Light (7:19)
  5. Beam (3:44) *
  6. Air (2:21)
  7. Stone In My Heart (4:28)
  8. The Village (5:52)
  9. Silence (5:06)
  10. God U Tekem Laef Blong Mi - Melanesian Choirs (1:58) +
  11. Sit Back And Relax (2:06) **
*Written by John Powell featuring Francesco Lupica

**Written by Francesco Lupica

+Recorded by Claude Letessier
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Recording Session reply Replies: 19 || 2011-05-31 10:16:18
After reading this:

"Zimmer wrote several hours of music, with several different themes, even before Malick started to shoot the film. The director then played the music on the set, while filming, to get himself, and the rest of the crew and actors in the right frame of mind. Zimmer and collaborator John Powell composed over four hours of music on this film, presumably for the original director's cut of the film. However, when director Terrence Malick re-cut the film down to its current running time of 170 minutes, he chose only a few select pieces of music from Zimmer's and Powell's musical contributions, along with original source music, and much of Zimmer's compositions were cut."

I'm totally mad that this beautiful score does only have that less of music released. My goodness, why? Please can't they just release it now as a full Recording Session? Or damn, even leak this thing?...

Oh man, how i want this so bad. This is the MOST beautiful score from Hans Zimmer, and it's a shame we don't have all the music, now almost 14 years and until now only those few tracks and there exists more then 4 (!!!) hours of this beautiful music? Come on people, make your voice loud. WE WANT A RECORDING SESSION! Please...


Bador2011-05-31 14:51:25
4 hours TTRL? W-O-W... WANT!


Jimi2011-06-01 09:52:43
does even the 4 hours recording session exists?


Levente2011-06-01 10:27:12
Hans said on the criterion edition of the movie that he did all the music before Mallick even started shooting the movie, and he and Powell did roughly 4-5 hours of music, which was later selected by Mallick himself and edited into the movie. He also composed some stuff after Mallick finished the movie and worked with the editors in the 15 months process they edited the movie.

Or for example it was later cut out from the movie and was replaced by other composers like: Charles Ives, Arvo Pšrt or Gabriel Faurť.

So I'm quessing Zimmer wrote more than 4 hours, but no news, no rumors on the the net about this recording session for several years. If the two Batman OST leaked so easily, The Thin Red Line should had been available alredy.


Gambit2011-06-01 10:44:06
my only guess that we haven't seen until yet from this 5 hours music collection is, that Remote Control uses the unreleased music as temp-tracks or samples or even are using them for other movies.

Just look over Elliot Goldenthals score to "Public Enemies". You'll find the track "Beam" and many others that seems to be from TTRL ("JD dies" for example).


Levente2011-06-01 10:56:41
In Public Enemies Zimmer's score was used as temp track, and even so one was used in the movie too, as you said the track called Beam. Even some unreleased stuff was given by Hans himself, thats why he is credited in the end, in the thanks section.


b00bs2011-06-01 10:56:46
I read Zimmer keeps telling people his score for the film is so much more - and so different - than what you hear in the film. He thinks its his best score, just not the version as we know it. Which really makes me hope we someday will hear more from it.


Fry2011-06-01 11:04:44
@ Levente: Do you know perhaps which tracks have been exactly given from Hans TTRL score for Public Enemies? Or just those two tracks that have been mentioned here (Beam and JD Dies)?


Hybrid Soldier2011-06-01 11:04:51
And for Public Enemies, not only HZ was thanked in the credits, but people from RCP did work on the score. Jacob Shea did some arrangements & programmings... ;)


Smith2011-06-01 11:18:42
does anyone know about this "different music" that b00bs have posted? Is this legit?

Why on earth haven't this released already aaaaaaah :O hehehe :P


Levente2011-06-01 11:56:57
@ Fry: JD Dies is an original composition by Goldenthal himself. The style is a bit similar to The Thin Red Line some people says, but I think it is more close to Goldenthal's Titus score.

The only "song" that stayed in movie from TTRL is Beam. And you can only hear it for a couple of seconds.


Alan2011-06-01 12:42:07
wow man, so many new comments about the thin red line on the fan comments box, i really was excited as i thought that the RS has been leaked or something else ^^

booooh to you all :P


Gavin Salkeld - Composer2011-06-01 20:50:54
> my only guess that we haven't seen until yet from this 5 hours
> music collection is, that Remote Control uses the unreleased
> music as temp-tracks or samples or even are using them for other
> movies

True, some demos and unused pieces made their way onto the Director's Cuts series.


Matthieu2011-06-01 21:05:18
@Gavin Salkeld: are you referring to the DC version of TTRL or other director cut movies where those demos are used?


Gavin Salkeld - Composer2011-06-02 01:00:55
The Director's Cuts library music series :)


john2011-06-02 08:59:00
@Gavin: Do you know the tracks in those DC collections? And where do you know exactly that these belonges to the thin red line?


Gonzales2011-06-02 14:52:05
can HYBRID SOLDIER tell us, if there exists this 5 hours compilation as a Recording Session like the sincerly leaked Batman Begins and The Dark Knight recording sessions?

HYBRID SOLDER, any word? :P


Hybrid Soldier2011-06-02 16:15:11
I'm not christmas father !

Never heard of anything like that, just know from Jeff Rona that 12 hours were written for it, 6 recorded...


Gambit2011-06-02 22:03:48
6 hours recorded? Damn man, that's impressive! And we only know 1 hour of it? Oh wow... if i only could get my fingers on that version >.<


Gavin Salkeld - Composer2011-06-03 00:15:43
@John

No, I dont know specifics, just that a bunch of unused music/demos from a load of DC CDs came from actual movies.

Smith reply Replies: 0 || 2011-06-01 11:18:14
does anyone know about this "different music" that b00bs have posted? Is this legit?

Why on earth haven't this released already aaaaaaah :O hehehe :P

Jorge reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-08 00:00:00
there's a 16 minute featurette on hans scoring the thin red line available on the 2010 special edition of the thin red line dvd. If anyone has this could they upload to utube as it would be interesting to watch. Or if anyone has found it online. Thanks Jorge

john reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-08 00:00:00
completely here with ggh. crossing the fingers that hybrid can do some magic :)

ggh reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-03 00:00:00
sorry for making pressure hybrid, but you are the only one we know who has contact to RC.
And why THIS score? Because it's Hans masterpiece. The only score where Hans says, that this is really good. He always says to the other score that it's ok, but still not good for him. I'm sure he is only saying it so but loves them all ;) But still, he always said how much he loves TTRL. So i thought you could be asking if something could be released, or just "The Journey in Line" with those drums like in the movie.

Like you made it with Inception for these two tracks, now here for this only one track.

Please it would be soooooooo kind from you Hybrid. I know there are a lot of users who wants this too.

tom reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-02 00:00:00
hybrid? no chance here?

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-02 00:00:00
Why me ? Why THAT one ? You expect me to make bootlegs come out of a hat or something ? :P


Nothing I know about TTRL...

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-02 00:00:00
yeah seriously guys, give Hybrid a break :-D

don't abuse him just because he helped get two unreleased tracks from inception or whatever. Be grateful.

ggh reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-01 00:00:00
Oh and btw Brad, I hope for the recordings of your movie choices too :) I love any rc-releases from hans. so I hope we can see more in the future!

ggh reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-01 00:00:00
@Brad: hehehe sure, no problem. I no that there is nearly no chance for this, but you know, sometimes a wonder happens. and maybe this wonder will be this release here.

hans is so proud of his work for this movie. so why not releasing it with much love. but i guess he keeps it secret to have some tracks available for other movies where he can use it for.

that's why i'm asking just for the journey but WITH the drums. Or is anyone here able to reconstruate that track? Just putting a drum-layer on the original release track. It is sooooo brilliant with the drums. so epic...

Brad reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-01 00:00:00
@ggh: Haha, fat chance! Sorry to dampen your hopes of ever finding this, but I'm sure Zimmer himself is the only one that has access to the 5+ hours of music that were written for this film. But don't give up hope because I am still hoping for the full recording sessions from the following to be released: At World's End, The Dark Knight, Batman Begins, Sherlock Holmes, The Curse of the Black Pearl, Dead Man's Chest, and The Lion King. See, there's always hope! :-) But in the words of Gandalf the White: "There never was much hope...just a fools hope." I guess you can label me the fool because I'm still hoping...

ggh reply Replies: 0 || 2011-01-31 00:00:00
hybrid, is there any chance of a recording session here? or maybe just the cue of the journey with the drums like in the movie? please please please. I would die happy if hans would release it...

Jim reply Replies: 0 || 2010-11-17 00:00:00
is no one interested on this soundtrack and having more of it?

Hans reply Replies: 0 || 2010-11-16 00:00:00
@RuthlessGravity:

yes i have this version and yes it's really unlistenable. too bad, the version is so epic with the drums.
i would love if hans would give this soundtrack more love and release a deluxe version of it with all the cues (more then 6 hours were written).

but i guess they want to use the unreleased cues for projects in the future. like a sample-archive. :/

but thanks a lot for your answer my friend :)

RuthlessGravity reply Replies: 0 || 2010-11-15 00:00:00
@ Hans

Currently no, there was a release of it from the movie but it was ripped from the film itself, thus having SFX which makes it unbearable to listen to.

Hans reply Replies: 0 || 2010-11-13 00:00:00
is there any chance on releasing "journey to the line" like it was in the movie? with the drums etc?
or does someone know where i can get similar drum-beats, so i can mix it myself?

please help!

red line reply Replies: 0 || 2010-07-26 00:00:00
there is a 5 hours version of this. and we have just got that short version. how awesome this would be to hear the entire score.... it makes me cry

Red Line reply Replies: 0 || 2010-07-26 00:00:00
this is the petition to get it:
http:// www. petitiononline .com /deft0nes/petition.html

John reply Replies: 0 || 2010-07-26 00:00:00
wow. i want it

Catherine reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-13 00:00:00
It is seldom that I love something as much as the song GOD U TEKEM LAEF BLON MI It is absolutey magnificent.

Otto reply Replies: 0 || 2010-01-16 00:00:00
I love this soundstrack! I am primarily a rock music fan, but I listen to The Thin Red Line at least once a week.
Beautiful!!

Jafs reply Replies: 0 || 2009-12-12 00:00:00
Best work of the man !

P. reply Replies: 0 || 2009-12-03 00:00:00
@Skyler

Yes, I heard "Beam" early on in "Public Enemies" as well. The director, Michael Mann, is a big fan of Terrence Malick, who directed "The Thin Red Line." They've shared at least four actors (Colin Farrell, Christian Bale, Christopher Plummer, Wes Studi) and the Elliot Goldenthal score to "Public Enemies" sounds a lot like "Thin Red Line."

@Eric

Any luck finding sheet music?

creasy reply Replies: 0 || 2009-11-01 00:00:00
No, it's not. It is on Klaus Badelt Music For Films (2001) [Promotional Release]

JM reply Replies: 0 || 2009-10-02 00:00:00
Hi everyone

I think I have the same question as:

****2007/11/28 - Darren

Is the instrumental song at the beginning of the film just after Whit talks to the Melanesian woman with the baby on the soundtrack?****

It's an instrumental version of Jisas Yu Holem Hand Blong Mi.

I need to find it!

Levente reply Replies: 0 || 2009-09-26 00:00:00
Enrico is right. The extract is not from the CD but from a promotional material from Klaus Badelt. See here: http://www.hans-zimmer.com/fr/newsite.php?rub=detail&id=493

As you can see the track is number 7. And it was used in the films trailer.

Lee reply Replies: 0 || 2009-09-25 00:00:00
Nice joke :)

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Enrico reply Replies: 0 || 2009-09-25 00:00:00
What kind of track on the CD is the "Extract" please? I've the original CD but I've never listened this track...
Thanks...

Eric reply Replies: 0 || 2009-09-23 00:00:00
Hi,
I'm looking for the Light sheet for the Thin red Line (piano only). I can't find any reseller, nor indications that it is available somewhere and especially in France where I leave.
I saw also the excellent pianist Vestard Shimkus played it on Youtube last year.
But really, I don't want to ask a CD or trade anything. I just desperate to find and BUY it.

Any idea would be really welcome
Thank you so much in advance for your reply

my email address : eric.naegels@club-internet.fr

Eric

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