Executive in Charge of Music: Bob Bowen Soundtrack Executive: Jason Markey Music Coordinator: Ian Broucek
Score Produced by Junkie XL Mixed by Junke XL at the Computer Hell Cabin Additional Programming by Christian Vorlander, Stephen Perone, Adam Schiff & Emad Borjian Musical Production Services by Michiel Groeneveld Music Editor: Erich Stratmann
Release date : 08/13/2013
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LOL HYBRID, I LIKE YOU SO FOR DELETING ALL :D
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Wrong assumption, it is not Hybrid that deleted the posts.
A new "300: Rise of an Empire" trailer was just released. It contains some really great music, could it be something from Junkie XL? It reminds me of some pieces of "Man of Steel". If it's a taste of the actual score i tell you it's amazing.
Nevermind, i just found out it's an Audiomachine track.
according to his twitter, it seems like he has been hired to score the new Mad Max movie
Anyone who is not Beltrami is fine by me.
So many names have been floating around that one. Beltrami, Powell, Christopher Young...Honestly, I would have been fine with any of those guys. Powell is practically my favorite composer, Young is awesome and doesn't get enough big work, and it's the sort of territory Beltrami thrives in...dark with a humorous twist. Any of those three would have done a great score I think.
And the best they could come up...is Junkie XL? That's just lame.
Edmund, right now we can't really judge Junkie XL abilities in film scoring (this one doesn't really count to me). I won't judge him until i hear what he'll come up with for 300: Rise of an Empire.
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Not sure how one goes from Brian May to Maurice Jarre to Junkie XL, but we'll see how it turns out. And who knows, maybe he'll be replaced also.
Would have preferred Beltrami though. Like Edmund said, this is really something right up his alley
I'm just not really sure what Mr. XL has done to deserve not just one, but TWO big movies like this. What is there in his discography that shows he'd be able to handle a large-scale historical epic like the 300 sequel? A couple of remixes and the odd bit of additional music...Just goes to show that it pays to be friends with Hans Zimmer in Hollywood. :/
Maybe some Warner Bros. producers (or Zack Snyder himself) really loved Junkie XL's cues from Man Of Steel, and thought his style would fit the 300 sequel.
The same happened to Steve Jablonsky. Michael Bay found his contributions to Bad Boys II so amazing that he hired him for his next project.
It's not "maybe", it's what happened. And it was Zack Snyder actually... :)
Oh yay so i was right!! Thanks Hybrid :p
Meh. I wasn't a fan of Man of Steel in the first place, and even among that score, I thought Junkie XL's tracks were among the least interesting. I think it's pretty clear by this point that Zack Snyder and I have...pretty different musical tastes.
They should've gotten Elliot Goldenthal. :p
But thankfully the world doesn't turn around what you want ! :P
Thankfully for everyone who's not me, I guess... XD
Ed I thought General Zod was a beautiful track and I also Thought that XL didn't just get hired because he was with Zimmer maybe his style is something that Snyder liked the type of cues that he brings to the table fit the film.
And MoS was an awesome soundtrack That one and Rush were the two best of the year so far.
We agree to disagree. :)
I'll agree that the last 3 minutes of General Zod were noteworthy....even though they sounded like a hazy mix of Marry Me from At World's End and the Camerlengo Suite from Angels & Demons. I have a feeling, Hybrid, that the last three minutes of the General Zod suite was Zimmer, then the stuff before that was JunkieXL?
Zimmer probably did the adagio
I agree Zimmer probably did the cool stuff XL seems like the rhythmic Type
Although I do Agree with you Ed on the Fact that XL has Had an awkward career. In terms of only working on 3 cues in MoS (Which I credit to Zimmer anyway because they are basically his stuff just re-arranged) and Additional music here and there he hasen't done much. Although I give him credit cause...hey you got to start somewhere.