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I'll try to explain myself more with the scores I wasn't a big fan of. I really like a lot of Gears of War 3. It has a lot of faster paced, melodic action cues, and the cues from Gears of War 2 are improved. Its main problem is it's not very memorable, which Jablonsky is usually able to produce. <br><br>Ender's Game I found to be a bit of a slog. There was a lot of ambient/sound design cues which I found incredibly dull. However, it's possible I was expecting too much, or maybe I was too harsh on it. I'll try to have another listen to that one. <br><br>Gangster Squad was one where I just looked at the comments to see what people thought about it, and the consensus was "it copied every recent Hollywood score", so I just skipped that one. <br><br>TF3 had a lot of good thematic material, and the finale's action music was a lot of fun, but it lacks the memorability and excitement of the first 2, or the subtlety of 5, making it fall in the middle for me. Plus the Inception sound was pretty annoying. <br><br>Gears of War 2 falls into mediocre for me. The main theme is solid, but the action is repetitive and doesn't have much variation. Plus it also wasn't very memorable. It's basically a worse version of Gears 3 to me. <br><br>Transformers 1 and 2 don't really count to me because those were more an RCP effort than a Jablonsky one. Just to clarify, I don't hate that Jablonsky went down this route. I first learned of his existence through the Transformers scores for god's sake. It's just that listening to Steamboy, it makes me sad there wasn't more of this side of Jablonsky. Oh, and honorable mention to TMNT: Out of the Shadows, that was a great superhero score!Gangster Squad was Ok, but i prefer Ender's Game, actually the sound design in that i find it certain interesting.<br><br>In Battleship, yeah, it's nothing original, but for me, is a guilty pleasure, i love the percussion (i'm a big fan of the taiko sound)<br><br>Enderís Game isnít bad at all, there are some cool power anthems and orchestral moments in it. As for Battleship, while I find most of it generic, I genuinely do like the alien ďMRIĒ sound design he incorporated.<br><br>And one of Jablonskyís most underrated scores imo is Gangster Squad. If you want a fun Jablonsky score that strays away (mostly) from the Zimmer sound thatís it. Any score using Antz as a temp track is fine by me!I will disagree with TF3, Ender's Game, Gears of War 2 and 3, there are good scores, altough i'm a massive fan of that guilty pleasure is Battleship ;D<br><br>And A Nightmare on Elm Street was cool.John Powell to receive Henry Mancini Award. <br><br>Look it up at filmmusicreporter.<br><br>Congrats John
Edmund's right. It's really just sad that Jablonsky could have been one of the greatest composers ever, one with more notoriety and respect from the music community, but instead settled for being... a decent composer.<br><br>TF5 was a step in the right direction, D-War was a great monster movie score, Your Highness came close to Steamboy levels, and IDEA felt like Jablonsky's symphony in a lot of ways. But on the other end you have Ender's Game, Transformers 3 and 4, Battleship, Gears of War 2, Gears of War: Judgement, and a few others that range from ok, to flat out awful. Occasionally though you get some decent ones like Gears of War 3, and A Nightmare on Elm Street.<br><br>My point is, we get a composer overridden with bland projects, and musically inept directors, when he had the potential for being Oscar level.This just occurred to me. 1:44-2:10ish in Remember Who You Are kind of sounds like part of Mozartís Ave Verum Corpus...and we know Hans is a fan of that piece...@mpolonest: I'm the opposite side: BvS grown each time i listened.<br><br>Not the same for MoS ;D@DS<br><br>You are absolutely right, and it was something that I did think about while I was writing the post, I just never clarified it. <br><br>But that also has the opposite effect as well. I've had plenty of scores/songs which originally I liked that I gradually grew to dislike or simply lose interest. One of the most recent ones is BvS, which I enjoyed when it came out but looking back is probably one of my least favorite Zimmer scores.@Edmund @Ds totally agree! This days the only composer that convince me is Steven Price.
Is there a Balfe score that is not very temped? Every single Balfe score I listened to is basically giving an old score a fresh set of paint.mpolonest123: it's difficult to compare scores that are 10 years old and that you had plenty of time to digest, with brand new scores you've only heard a couple of times.<br><br>You said it yourself, when Clash of the Titans came out you thought it was generic and forgettable. It's only later that you noticed all these themes and all the work Djawadi put into it.<br><br>And actually it works like that with any new album released by any major artist. Fans are always like "it sucks, I prefer their previous albums". And yet 5 years later they love all these songs and know them by heart. :-pEdmund: I see your point, and if everyone could become 100% objective it would be actually true. But in practice, our personal tastes play a heavy role in deciding whether a score is interesting or fun or creative or intelligent or enjoyable. Some people like very classical, orchestral music more than anything else; even if JXL was creating the craziest soundtrack ever, his sound palette and synthetic approach alone would be enough to make these people dislike the score and say it's rubbish. The level of detail he put in Tomb Raider is astonishing, but sadly it'll only be noticed by people who are not upset by this style of brutal and synthetic environment. Of course it also works the other way, dry orchestral scores like Giacchino frequently writes do nothing to me, I don't particularly like this kind of sound, so I never spent a lot of time listening to them. As a consequence, I never was able to dissect them to discover all their (I guess) richness, subtleties, etc. So from my point of view, almost all Giacchino scores sound the same way and are not interesting, and I don't understand how and why he keeps getting all those major assignments. That's to say, our personal preferences will always interfere with our judgment, even if we honestly try to be fair.I feel like I see/have this kind of conversation on film music boards all the time. The approach isn't the problem, it's the execution. For example, when Man of Steel came out:<br><br>me: "I'm a bit disappointed by Man of Steel, it has its moments but I don't think it's a very good score overall"<br>fanboys: "JOHN WILLIAMS WAS YESTERDAY, ZIMMER IS TODAY, THIS IS A DIFFERENT SUPERMAN BLAH BLAH BLAH GET OVER IT"<br>me: "...did I mention Williams?"<br><br>or else Mad Max: Fury Road<br><br>me: "Mad Max is a decent score but I feel like the film deserved much more"<br>fanboys: "THERE'S LITERALLY A DUDE ON A DRUM CAR WITH A FLAMETHROWER GUITAR WHAT DID YOU EXPECT"<br>me: "...a composer who does more interesting things with those drums and that guitar?"<br><br>All over the place. It was really aggravating. This is a similar situation A talented film composer can write interesting, engaging music in all sorts of styles, for all sorts of films and under all sorts of directorial conditions. My issue with Tomb Raider isn't that it's not a traditional Jerry Goldsmith adventure score. I never expected that from this film, and certainly not from this composer. It's just not a very interesting or intelligent or enjoyable version of what it's trying to be, and that's the bottom line.@mrzimmerfan <br><br>I completely agree with you. Tomb Raider definitely didnít need a traditional score at all. And I love all the scores youíve mentioned. I even donít have a problem with the approach he took.<br><br>But I just donít like the score as is. We just have to agree to disagree, no harm done. :-)
I don't think he means that, just that it would have been interesting if Jablonsky had gone more into animated movies like Powell did, rather than mostly Michael Bay. I think maybe we got a hint of what that could have been like with Your Highness a few years ago, a score I'll always defend, but yeah...the lack of follow-up to Steamboy is a great tragedy in Jablonsky's career.@mpolonest: I will enjoyed more Run All Night than Mad Max, hell, even The Dark Tower.<br><br>But with Tomb Raider, this movie is harsh, with a real character, and an adventure score a la Goldsmith or JNH, will not benefit anything about it. And in there, there is a lot of great sounds and ideas pop up in all the score.<br><br>And this is telling you a guy who LOVE The Mummy, The Mummy Returns, the entire Indiana Jones and Jumanji scores.@mpolonest: I will enjoyed more Run All Night than Mad Max, hell, even The Dark Tower.<br><br>But with Tomb Raider, this movie is harsh, with a real character, and an adventure score a la Goldsmith or JNH, will not benefit anything about it. And in there, there is a lot of great sounds and ideas pop up in all the score.<br><br>And this is telling you a guy who LOVE The Mummy, The Mummy Returns, the entire Indiana Jones and Jumanji scores.I don't think Jablonsky is going to be a new John Powell ;)<br><br>But this one of his most notable efforts, i will said that.This is feels like a very temped soundtrack, only that explains why the score is so generic. I wonder which movies music scenes producer-director used to make lorne do this. <br><br>Track 8 - is Tron legacy (dont know maybe he worked on it, powell was involved maybe he was too)

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  1. Look Closely (6:08)
    Hans Zimmer, Rupert Gregson-Williams
  2. It's The Ripples That Give The Work Meaning (2:29)
    Rupert Gregson-Williams, Halli Cauthery
  3. Rise Up (2:04)
    Hans Zimmer, Rupert Gregson-Williams
  4. Hello You Beauty (2:32)
    Rupert Gregson-Williams
  5. What's The Best Thing You've Ever Stolen (1:42)
    Hans Zimmer, Rupert Gregson-Williams
  6. I Love Blood On The Snow (6:42)
    Hans Zimmer, Rupert Gregson-Williams
  7. Princess Bed (2:19)
    Rupert Gregson-Williams
  8. Can You Hear Your Heart (4:14)
    Hans Zimmer, Rupert Gregson-Williams
  9. This Isn't Right (4:00)
    Rupert Gregson-Williams
  10. You Don't Quit Me, Boy (3:46)
    Rupert Gregson-Williams, Halli Cauthery
  11. Light As A Feather (7:41)
    Rupert Gregson-Williams
  12. She Was Like A Bright Light (1:35)
    Hans Zimmer, Rupert Gregson-Williams
  13. The Girl With The Red Hair (4:04)
    Rupert Gregson-Williams, David Buckley
  14. Becoming Stars (10:06)
    Hans Zimmer, Rupert Gregson-Williams, Halli Cauthery
  15. Miracle - KT Tunstall (4:32)
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Please help me to find the right song. reply Replies: 1 || 2014-07-19 21:23:43
Hi Everybody.

I really need the song which Beverly plays on piano while Peter trying to steal something from the safe. PLEASE HELP ME to identify this song. I like it so much so I can't sleep.

thanks a lot.

Me2016-01-05 20:48:04
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.3 in D, Op. 77 - 3.Allegro Giocoso, Ma Non Troppo Vivace

Anonymous reply Replies: 1 || 2014-10-17 01:32:53
hybrid can you correct the credit on rise up? i'm pretty sure hans theme is in there :)

Anonymous2014-10-17 16:00:57
thanks! :P

MacArthur reply Replies: 1 || 2014-04-27 03:22:45
Kinda Sad, I thought I heard The Theme in Girl with the red hair. the 6/8 time cue. sounded like the main theme. or is that just me.

Mike2014-04-27 23:27:11
This doesn't really matter, since it's really very brief, but don't you also hear a tiny little split second of the main theme at 1:17 in Rise Up?

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2014-04-17 20:09:53
Track 2 has Halli Cauthery credited and, interestingly, a lot of it resembles Narnia. I love when you can tell who did what easily like that.

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 6 || 2014-04-15 00:25:11
Little "who did what" here...

HZ wrote that Opening theme and... that's it (as I thought)... lol

Edmund Meinerts2014-04-15 10:49:05
Thanks a lot! :)

Lambegue2014-04-15 12:21:35
Thank you Hybrid !

Anonymous2014-04-15 12:43:00
HZ wrote the Opening theme means HZ came up with that idea and not necessarily that cue, right?

Hybrid Soldier2014-04-15 12:47:06
He wrote the little main piano theme going throughout the score... But that's it, he probably had nothing else to do with the score (I can't blame him seeing this project). But Rupert did good use of it lol...

Lambegue2014-04-15 13:17:19
yes, it's a really good work. I hope producers realise how much Rupert did, and that they will give him some major works according to that...

Mike2014-04-15 14:47:37
I'm genuinely surprised. I could swear I heard Zimmer at multiple points in this score (more than in Kung Fu Panda 2, anyway...).

Edmund Meinerts reply Replies: 6 || 2014-02-25 19:16:50
I know this has nothing to do with the above score but I wanted to share it anyways...sorry. :p

Anyone here familiar with Sporcle? It's a website where people can make, share, play etc. little quizzes. I threw a quick one together where you have to name as many film composers as possible in seven minutes. Try it out and let me know what you think and how you do! You know what to do with the spaces...

www. sporcle. com/ games/ LPCouple/ film-composers

If you think I've forgotten any important ones, let me know...take it easy, though, Sporcle only lets you put in 300 answers and I've already got about 260 or so.

Sorry for borderline spam but I thought this might be fun for people. ;)

Perrinzki2014-04-02 03:07:11
You're missing Michael Dyanna and Nathan Furst (noteworthy omissions of course); thanks for the game, it's pretty fun.

RealFfingMusic2014-04-02 08:11:27

Was completely clueless about Charlie Chaplin. Got only 62.
(Couldn't write this on sporcle. lol)

Edmund Meinerts2014-04-02 13:18:51
Good catch with Nathan Furst, I've added him. But Mychael Danna is there...he just has a pretty hard name to spell. ;)

Lambegue2014-04-02 14:00:00
Good game :) You forgot Vladimir Cosma, I don't know if he has a good international reputation, but he is quite famous in France.

Lambegue2014-04-02 14:05:15
And Ryuichi Sakamoto, too

Perrinzki2014-04-03 03:27:58
So it's Mychael Danna. Didn't know that, thanks for the heads up.

MacArthur reply Replies: 1 || 2014-03-31 23:58:37
Just bought the score and I really like The Girl with the red hair great track.

Edmund Meinerts2014-04-01 00:34:32
Yeah, that's my favorite too. The rest is nice, but kind of goes in one ear and out the other without anything sticking. Although that Spirit bit towards the end of Becoming Stars is kind of cute, especially considering there's a horse in this movie too.

Lambegue reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-25 09:50:38
I really loved this score...Very beautiful and powerful. I haven't seen the movie yet, but it makes me want to do so.
I hope Rupert Gregson Williams will have other occasions to to this kind of rather big-scale works. I suppose he would be able to handle them even without Zimmer.

I'm curious to know who dit what on this one...Please, can you tell us Hybrid Soldier ?

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-24 01:58:58
are there any pieces from mr morgan's last love that could be put on the hans zimmer page? sorry, but i didn't know where else to put the question. xD lol

Ds reply Replies: 1 || 2014-02-23 23:17:58
I just saw the movie today, and I have to say the score inside the movie was REALLY impressive. I have the feeling this music was scored "on picture" and not derived from suites, maybe Hybrid can confirm it? It fits perfectly the mood of the movie, accompanies every scene perfectly and adds just the right amount of emotion. But the best point of it is that the music keeps very audible throughout the entire movie! This means that it is possible to fully appreciate the whole score solely by seeing the movie, which has become pretty rare with the latest HZ scores being always under-mixed (Man Of Steel, parts of Rush...).

By the way, the ending of "Becoming Stars" which sounds like Spirit for a few seconds, plays just when there's a horse running on screen. I wonder if it was intentional. Could it be a wink from HZ to his fans?

Mike2014-02-23 23:36:39
Interesting, about that very last part, and also interesting about it fitting to picture very well. It seems to me that with the possible exceptions of POTC3 and TDK, suite-based scores are never as impressive onscreen.

Edmund Meinerts reply Replies: 11 || 2014-02-06 15:23:45
Just finished listening to this score for the first time. It's quite nice, if not exactly memorable or mindblowing. "The Girl with the Red Hair" stood out as the highlight for me. I'd give it a 3, maybe 3.5/5.

As far as who did what, I'd be willing to bet that RGW is the primary composer here, but there were indeed parts that stood out as HZ-like. The last couple minutes of "Becoming Stars" in particular - like Mike said, sounds a bit like Spirit.

Mike2014-02-08 21:16:00
You may be right that it is, overally, more RGW than Zimmer, but I'd bet that it's a co-composition all the way through, like Kung Fu Panda 2 and Batman Begins. I hear Zimmer in quite a lot of places, even if his influence is secondary.

Mike2014-02-08 21:16:23
overall*. Fail.

Edmund Meinerts2014-02-08 22:20:05
The first Kung Fu Panda is a co-composition all the way through...the second one feels more like Powell with the odd Zimmer cameo.

MrZimmerFan2014-02-09 12:40:05
Listened a couple of days, i like it, very nice score, 3.5/5

MacArthur2014-02-09 18:05:12
That is coming from a Powell fan. (The Kung fu Panda 2 thing) A heard a lot of both from that score.

Edmund Meinerts2014-02-09 18:27:29
So you're saying that I, as a Powell fan, who's heard almost everything the man has composed, am unsuited to determine whether the music sounds like Powell or not?

Logic. You should try it sometime.

Mike2014-02-09 19:17:23
Hybrid has said before that the cues in KFP 2 with Lorne's name attached mean they were Zimmer's "contribution". I agree a lot of the Lorne cues sound like Powell, but I think Zimmer did more than you suggest. Secondarily to Powell? Sure. But he did a reasonable portion of it, or else Lorne wouldn't be attached to all those cues. As much as JNH did in TDK, at least.

Ds2014-02-09 19:52:30
Edmund, I know you're a big fan of Powell, and so am I. But I'm also a big fan of Zimmer. In fact, these two are probably my favorite film-composers. And I hear plenty of both in Kung Fu Panda 2, which is in my opinion far superior to the 1st one.

Right now I'm missing John Powell so much that this score fills my heart with joy whenever I listen to it. Powell's madness combined with typical Zimmer signature: i think it is one of the finest examples of score co-composition I've ever heard.

... and that's why I wonder why you consider it almost as a Powell score.

Edmund Meinerts2014-02-09 20:13:23
I just don't hear Zimmer in that score! I really don't. There's no synth brass, none of those heavy neoclassical chord progressions of his...It's all orchestrally vibrant and organic in a way that Zimmer's scores just aren't. The percussion writing is in Powell's light and frantic style, rather than the heavier pounding of Zimmer. Now, the first KFP does have plenty of those Zimmer elements I mentioned in it ("The Bridge" sounds literally like a half-Powell, half-Zimmer cue), but I don't hear anywhere near as much in KFP2. Maybe if you could point out a few cues? "Po Finds the Truth" is perhaps the only one that comes to mind as particularly Zimmer-like, off the top of my head. I guess there are also the parts that sound like Megamind like the ends of "More Cannons" and "Zen Ball Master", but I put that down more to Lorne Balfe's involvement than Zimmer's.

Mike2014-02-09 20:26:56
Inner Peace sounds very Zimmerish to me, and the beginning of Save Kung Fu alsoóthough admittedly those are reprisals of material from the first movie. I also hear Zimmer in parts of Daddy Issues, like the first 40 seconds (though there is a lot of Powell in there). And then the dramatic material around 4:30 or so in Zen Ball Master also sounds very Zimmerish, to my ears...

Ds2014-02-09 20:33:41
And I would add some bits of Fireworks Factory that reminds me a lot of Broken Arrow or other 90s HZ scores. I'll tell you when I find which bits exactly, have to re-listen to it.

But one thing's sure: Powell is so versatile and flexible it might be very difficult to identify "his" stuff. If you check Face/Off, HTTYD, The Bourne Supremacy, Knight & Day (all excellent scores) you'll notice they have little to nothing in common...

Edmund & Mike: what about moving to KFP2's own page to continue this thread? :-)

SanAntonioSpurs reply Replies: 4 || 2014-02-08 10:07:19
Hey guys, I found one new track (PARANOIA) for The Amazing Spider Man 2.

this music composed: Hans Zimmer and Pharrell Williams???

Mike2014-02-08 20:35:25
I don't think so...

Drunkenmunkey2014-02-08 23:29:02
they better release this song. it's awesome

Russel2014-02-09 05:00:58
What's with all the sound effects though, I guess my real question is, what is this music sourced from?

Drunkenmunkey2014-02-09 05:26:47
Hans Zimmer & Pharrel Williams. LOL

ei18 reply Replies: 5 || 2014-02-05 00:24:47
Hans did the music to Son of God? Thought that was supposed to be only Lorne Balfe?

ei182014-02-05 00:27:05
Nevermind, did not realize it was just a film version of the miniseries The Bible.

Eve2014-02-05 04:36:42
Republic Records will release a soundtrack album for the biblical drama Son of God. The album features the filmís original music composed by Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe. Also included are four songs by Cee Lo Green, Steven Stern & George Krikes, OneRepublic and Hillsong United. The soundtrack will be released on February 25, 2014 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon.

ei182014-02-05 04:45:33
Yea i saw that album on iTunes. A few of the songs are from The Bible soundtrack.

MacArthur2014-02-06 05:37:04
Is the Music for Son of God new stuff or just Hans and Lorne's stuff from The Bible.

Mike2014-02-06 15:20:35
I seem to recall from iTunes that the Son of God album has tracks from Zimmer and Balfe which weren't on The Bible album. Whether they're new for the film or just previously unreleased from The Bible, I don't know....

Phil reply Replies: 2 || 2014-02-04 18:44:38
in Austrian iTunes Store it's already available :)

Mike2014-02-04 18:45:42
Indeed, the release date is incorrect here. It's already out in the USA, too.

Phil2014-02-04 19:25:50
ohh, didn't know that ;)

Mike reply Replies: 5 || 2014-02-04 15:17:06
I'll be giving this a listen while I study today! :D Looking forward to it!

badbu2014-02-04 16:18:38
very nice score!!! :)

Mike2014-02-04 16:23:42
Listening now, and yes, it's a very nice one. Wonder what Filmtracks'll give it. Rush got a whole 3 out of 5, so a good rating is possible.

Hybrid Soldier2014-02-04 17:13:19
So your first listen, and your first thought goes to Filmtracks ? -_- ;)

Mike2014-02-04 17:16:30
Because my reaction to the score is, "Wow, this is so different for Zimmer, and so nice, wonder what the naysayer will think...." ;) lol

Anonymous2014-02-04 18:29:26
listened to a few samples on amazon and what I heard was very dark and depressing. Is the whole album experience the same?

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-04 17:40:19
Anyone else hear Spirit starting at around 9:00 in Becoming Stars?

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 2 || 2014-02-04 07:14:40
All booklet details added !

mťmoire perdue2014-02-04 12:58:49
Oh my f****** gosh, he did it!! ;)

Hybrid Soldier2014-02-04 13:00:25
Ce matin ! ;)

matthew reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-03 21:00:35
my god... philip hoffman

Ds reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-03 20:15:57
Out tomorrow on iTunes!

Zimson reply Replies: 0 || 2014-01-28 20:46:18
Just saw that the Z+ app is already out. Sounds great with surround. Is track 5 by Hans or Rupert?

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2014-01-20 16:16:36
Did any additional guys do work here?

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 17 || 2014-01-16 20:41:03
All details added, & samples at Amazon mp3 ! :)

Edmund Meinerts2014-01-16 20:49:13
A ten-minute cue at the end! Holy crap! :D

Mike2014-01-16 20:50:13
...and a six minute cue to start it off! Not too shabby.

Hybrid Soldier2014-01-16 20:53:46
The cool thing with HZ co-compositions is that generally it's the other guy who takes care of the releases............. :P

Ds2014-01-16 21:34:57 has it planned for Februari 4th!!!

badbu2014-01-16 21:42:26
in germany too! :) 4th!
btw, amazing samples! can't wait :)

Hybrid Soldier2014-01-16 22:00:40
There's a Z+ app already available (since today) on iTunes for it !

badbu 2014-01-16 22:05:35
thanks for the info hybrid!
loading! :)

MrZimmerFan2014-01-16 22:13:11
It's Awesome

badbu2014-01-16 22:27:13
i bought the track "look closely", amazing!!!

ei182014-01-16 23:17:06
anyone getting the item not found error on the z+ app?

badbu2014-01-17 08:05:00
@ei18, no...everything works fine!
does anyone know when you can buy the other 4 tracks? :D

Mike72014-01-17 17:48:51
The "item not found error" didn't appear again after deleting the app and downloading it again.

badbu2014-01-18 10:14:22
i also bought the other 4 tracks! wow!!!! amazing!!! :)

Anonymous2014-01-18 17:29:51

"The cool thing with HZ co-compositions is that generally it's the other guy who takes care of the releases"

So we have to blame Balfe for the short album they released for Megamind?

Hybrid Soldier2014-01-18 18:59:56
No blame Lakeshore...

Russel2014-01-18 20:34:43
Why was there not a Z+ App for The Lone Ranger?

Hybrid Soldier2014-01-18 20:38:47
Because it's not WaterTower ? ;)

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2014-01-06 00:47:13
Man, I'm really liking that opening title...

Joshua reply Replies: 14 || 2014-01-01 05:58:58

Zimson2014-01-01 10:14:15
Lol I saw that on facebook yesterday. I wouldn't do that.

Macejko2014-01-01 16:00:46
Why? I think this is a "once in a lifetime" opportunity and I'm strongly considering taking part in this. But I'm not quite sure how this omaze thing works, exactly. Anyway, if I was to meet Hans and see the studio (which presumably means that I'd get to meet the other composers as well), I would shit my pants. Literally.

Ds2014-01-01 16:09:00
Macejko I hope Ramin Djawadi won't be on vacation that day :D

Macejko2014-01-01 16:12:01
It's not I'm gonna win anyway :D But yeah, I would be probably slightly suicidal if that happened :D

Mike2014-01-02 22:28:25
So would people see guys like Lorne Balfe and whoever else working on the score if they won...?

MacArthur2014-01-03 02:35:22
Is That in the Interview Lorne is working on the score

Mike2014-01-03 03:57:18
Oh no, it's never in interviews...and anyway, I don't know if he is. Just used him as an example. ;)

MacArthur2014-01-03 04:52:45
2 Dream composers I would love to meet out of there. Hans of course....and Steve Jablonsky

marco2014-01-03 19:51:44
i met Hans last year at a hotel in london. great guy. Signed all my albums and has a lot of time for his fans. had a great convo as well.

Zimson2014-01-03 22:05:36
I met him too at the Classic Brit Awards and we talked a few mnutes. He is such a nice guy and btw he didn't seem to know a lot about the evening's program. :D

jordan lebon2014-01-03 22:26:10
@MacArthur maybe you can tell hans your theory how villains always arrive in the same type of plane. Just don't ask him to release 12 years a slave in honor of Nelson Mandela ;)

MacArthur2014-01-04 03:04:06
Oh believe me I won't ask. btw it was only a joke.

MacArthur2014-01-04 03:47:38
Another thing, if I sign up I probably have a better chance of Lightning striking me, than winning. :)

Mike2014-01-04 03:49:58
I couldn't sign up. It'd be too hard to maintain secrecy. lol.

MacArthur reply Replies: 0 || 2014-01-02 05:31:45
Looking forward to this!

Mike reply Replies: 6 || 2014-01-01 02:31:45
*wonders who the ghostwriters are* ;)

Russel2014-01-01 02:43:11
Lol @ these comments below.

Mike2014-01-01 02:46:50
Yeah xD

Russel2014-01-01 02:48:41
Like, I can't even tell if they are serious? Lol, oh well. Happy New Years to you, bud. :)

Mike2014-01-01 02:50:31
lol, me neither. Anyway...Same to you, sir :)

Russel2014-01-01 02:52:27
I really don't understand how people could have voted on this score though, already. Even if people did vote, how could they vote so poorly on it? The two 'released' tracks are really great? Oh well, sometimes I think trolls come on this site and vote low on every Zimmer score, they seem to always have 3-3.5 stars..

Mike2014-01-01 02:53:54
Indeed, I do really like the two cues we've gotten to hear. It's probably trolls, as you suggest.

SanAntonioSpurs reply Replies: 4 || 2014-01-01 00:58:31
Happy new year to you dude ;)

SanAntonioSpurs2014-01-01 01:00:01
I'm sorry I was drunk : D: D

badbu2014-01-01 01:00:32
and again ;D :)

badbu2014-01-01 01:02:08
yeah, i'm too :D

Henry2014-01-01 01:08:17
No ''Like'' button here lol
Happy New Year :)

SanAntonioSpurs reply Replies: 3 || 2014-01-01 00:54:13
badbu right, no longer enough, MOS COMPLETE SCORE signature campaign lolol

badbu2014-01-01 00:55:12
hahahaha :D top!

SanAntonioSpurs2014-01-01 00:56:38
I have written to the wrong place sorry :D

badbu2014-01-01 00:57:35
:D happy new year! :)

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 3 || 2013-12-31 21:46:35
Cover added ! :)

Russel2013-12-31 22:19:05
Beautiful cover indeed. Thank you!

SanAntonioSpurs2013-12-31 23:49:27
I loved this cover....

badbu2014-01-01 00:49:21
Great Cover! and happy new year!!! :)
and now, MOS complete score please :D :D

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