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The Call of the Wild has a bit more heart than Solo but Solo is just on another level in terms of complexity and ambition. The HTTYD scores are the best of both worlds.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 you
Now, 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 probablyI 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 I’ve moved on from collecting cd’s (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.
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Visceral Ambience
Hans ZimmerKlaus BadeltJohn PowellJeff Rona
ComposerAdditional MusicAdditional MusicAmbient Music Design
The Thin Red Line
Label: RCA Victor
Length: 58'56
HZimmer.com rating:        5/5
Fans rating:     rate at 1 out of 5 rate at 2 out of 5 rate at 3 out of 5 rate at 4 out of 5 rate at 5 out of 5   2/5 (15713 votes)
  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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safarikas reply Replies: 0 || 2009-08-03 00:00:00
In the movie, we can also hear the song "Jisas yu holem hand blong mi", why didn't they put it on the CD? Also, does anyone know where we can get the lyrics of this song, as well as of "God yu tekkem laef blong mi"?<br>For those who don't have the CD but would like to listen these, you can find them at ###

Skyler reply Replies: 0 || 2009-07-14 00:00:00
Did anyone else notice that part of "Beam" was briefly used in Public Enemies towards the beginning of the movie?

Klaas reply Replies: 0 || 2008-12-30 00:00:00
Why is it so hard to read.

In english please!

Julien Brunet reply Replies: 0 || 2008-12-27 00:00:00
Le but a alors été atteint : l'emphase n'est que l'empreinte de l'émotion. Ce que j'entends par perfection, c'est le sentiment d'être à l'écoute d'une oeuvre unique, limpide et claire comme de l'eau cristal, des notes qui donnent du sens à l'image. C'est une musique à ne jamais déprécier, une musique qui je l'espère sera par tous appréciée. Ce film rassemble, sa musique unie.

Jack reply Replies: 0 || 2008-02-08 00:00:00
I found some informations concerning the tracks:

- Track 1 & 4 contain adaptation of the traditional song "Christian Race";
- Track 5 "Beam" is composed by John Powell with Francesco Lupica;
- Track 11 is composed and performed by Francesco Lupica.

Can anyone confirme that?

x123 reply Replies: 0 || 2008-02-08 00:00:00
If you read the booklet you would have also seen this information...

julien from belgium reply Replies: 0 || 2008-01-15 00:00:00
Il n'y a pas de perfection dans l'art. c'est un but, mais jamais atteint c'est une utopie. a+

Julien Brunet reply Replies: 0 || 2007-12-12 00:00:00
A ce jour, c'est la plus belle musique que j'ai jamais écouté de toute ma vie.
Je n'ai pas de mots pour la décrire si ce n'est que je crois désormais en une perfection dans le domaine de l'art et précisément en matière de musique.

M.Ibsen reply Replies: 0 || 2007-12-03 00:00:00
In the film there is an instrumental version of "God U Tekem Laef Blong Mi", no choir.. is it available anywhere????

Let me know.

Darren reply Replies: 0 || 2007-11-28 00:00:00
Is the instrumental song at the beginning of the film just after Whit talks to the Melanesian woman with the baby on the soundtrack?

Attis from Hungary reply Replies: 0 || 2007-02-24 00:00:00
This album Cool cool super :)

fury 161 reply Replies: 0 || 2007-02-15 00:00:00
Beautifu, powerful, a masterpiece complementary to the film. An emotive catalyst!

star striker reply Replies: 0 || 2007-02-07 00:00:00
what is the name of the song used in the film where the dentist soldier is sitting with the man (who is obvious to me as being of asiatic decent)
having a chat to him about how he will remove his teeth. this occurs right after the attack on the village and beautiful birds are flying above for a bit of the old rub your chin pants down around your ankles bit of the old neighbour acrosse the way what have you ???

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2007-01-16 00:00:00
I wish they'd release the whole 4 hours of music that was meant for the original cut of the movie.

Martin reply Replies: 0 || 2007-01-03 00:00:00
Hello, i have got a question and i hope that somebody can answer me. I like hans zimmer and his music, but i can't find the mp3 extract from the thin red line in the complete soundtrack of the thin red line. i hope you can help me. thank you

metal_keys@hotmail.com reply Replies: 0 || 2006-09-13 00:00:00
zimmer...
you are the man!!!!

Mikel Carmona S.i.W reply Replies: 0 || 2006-08-17 00:00:00
One of the most emotive and sublime music of Hans Zimmer. Todo suena tan brillante y maravilloso que hace llorar. Congratulations Hans, you are a King. ( from Spain)

Gilles from France reply Replies: 0 || 2006-04-12 00:00:00
The duo T. Mallick/H. Zimmer was one of the best moment of my life, too short ! But those who haven't seen the film can't understand..... light, photographies, sound, Salomon's islands.
Garcon, la même chose s'il vous plait !

Ramiro From Argentina reply Replies: 0 || 2005-11-15 00:00:00
Your theme really made me cry ....i still cannot understand how cruel but sensitive these songs are, yet i use these songs to relax purely , but sometimes brigns back akward memories. Perhaps this is just one more comentary but its what i feel. Thank you , keep it up
Ramiro

Jayson reply Replies: 0 || 2005-11-01 00:00:00
some years ago, I wasn't really into scores that much. but one day I was really bored, I sat down and began to listen to a cd my father bought and told me to listen to it. at first I'd just quickly skip though the tracks, not really caring. I finally left it on a track and just began to listen. within 9 mins, the way I looked at music change for the rest of my life. I had never heard anything more beutiful then that track. and yes I am talking about track 3 "--journey to the line"--. today I have spent well over thousands and thousands of dollars to buy more scores. and always waiting for mr. zimmers next cd. and out of my 3 hundred plus cds. my favorite one still and always will be the thin red line.

Diego reply Replies: 0 || 2005-09-30 00:00:00
La verdad que inspira mucha calma. Un muy trabajo. Un Cd Que se merece estar en cada uno de nosotros!

Player 1 reply Replies: 0 || 2005-08-21 00:00:00
Mr.Zimmer does it again!!!
Thank you!!!

Cord Varty reply Replies: 0 || 2005-07-14 00:00:00
How does he do it! I wish i could buy every song from hans zimmer!

david reply Replies: 0 || 2005-05-04 00:00:00
je dois dire que, bien que n'écoutant que du hard-rock et du metal, j'ai été déboussolé, totalement submergé par la musique des chants polynésiens: de si belles voix...... Une chanson pleine de tendresse du début a la fin.

je ne sais comment m'exprimer, mais je dois dire une chose: je n'avais jamais entendu quelque chose d'aussi beau.

alors, Mr Zimmer, Chapeau bas. toutes mes felicitations.

Hrvoje Bulat reply Replies: 0 || 2004-12-20 00:00:00
Awesome!!!!! :-D

The music makes you peacefull and calm. Personally, it makes me soft because it remainds me of the great movie and great scenes where Pvt. Witt enjoys peacfull times with good, harmonic, almost utopic people (from the westerner's point of view). The people that we more vainly than simply call just: "--the natives"--. Well, that natives know far more about life and good than many westerners do. And this music brings you a wisper of their wisdom.

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