"Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night" Poem by Dylan Thomas Recited by John Lithgow, Ellen Burstyn, Casey Affleck, Jessica Chastain, Matthew McConaughey & Mackenzie Foy
Music Composed by Hans Zimmer
Score Produced by Christopher Nolan, Hans Zimmer & Alex Gibson Soundtrack Album Produced by Chris Craker, Hans Zimmer & Christopher Nolan Supervising Music Editor: Alex Gibson Music Editor: Ryan Rubin Music Consultant: Czarina Russell Sequencer Programming: Andrew Kawczynski & Steve Mazzaro Music Production Services: Steven Kofsky Technical Score Engineer: Chuck Choi & Stephanie McNally Technical Assistants: Jacqueline Friedberg & Leland Cox Digital Instrument Design: Mark Wherry
Supervising Orchestrator: Bruce L. Fowler Orchestrators: Walt Fowler, Suzette Moriarty, Kevin Kaska, Carl Rydlund, Elizabeth Finch & Andrew Kinney Orchestra Conducted by Gavin Greenaway & Richard Harvey Score Recorded at Lyndhurst Hall, Air Studios & Temple Church, London
Score Recorded by Geoff Foster & Alan Meyerson Score Mixed by Alan Meyerson Score Mix Assistant: John Witt Chapman Additional Engineering: Christian Wenger, Seth Waldmann & Daniel Kresco Assistant to Hans Zimmer: Cynthia Park Studio Manager for Remote Control Productions: Shalini Singh Contractor: Isobel Griffiths Sampling Team: Ben Robinson, Taurees Habib & Raul Vega Music Preparation: Booker T. White Music Librarian: Jill Streater Score Mixed at Remote Control Productions, Santa Monica CA
Air Studios Sessions Air Studios Bookings: Alison Burton Booth Reader: Chris Craker ProTools Recordist at Lyndhurst Hall: Chris Barrett ProTools Recordist in Studio 1: Laurence Anslow
Temple Church Sessions Protools Recordist at Temple Church: John Prestage Assistant / Abbey Road Mobile: John Barrett Assistant / Abbey Road Mobile: Jon Alexander Technical Engineer: Dan Cole & Matt Kingdon Booth Reader: Steve Mazzaro
Ambient Music Design: Mario Reinsch
Soloists: The Organ at Temple Church Performed by Roger Sayer Piano: Hans Zimmer Violin: Ann Marie Simpson Steel Guitar: Chas Smith Tuned Percussion: Frank Ricotti Harp: Skaila Kanga Synth Programming: Hans Zimmer
Orchestra: Leader of the 1sts: Thomas Bowes Leader of the 2nds: Roger Garland First Cellist: Caroline Dale First French Horn: Richard Watkins First Viola: Peter Lale Bass: Mary Scully
Choir: London Voices Choirmasters: Ben Parry & Terry Edwards String Quartet: Rita Manning, Emlyn Singleton, Bruce White & Tim Gill Piano Quartet: Simon Chamberlain, Dave Arch, John Lenehan & Andy Vinter
Executive in Charge of Music for Warner Bros. Pictures: Paul Broucek Executive in Charge of Music for Paramount Pictures: Randy Spendlove Executive in Charge of WaterTower Music: Jason Linn Art Direction & Soundtrack Coordination: Sandeep Sriram Music Business Affairs Executive: Lisa Margolis
Hans Zimmer wishes to thank: Emma Thomas, Lee Smith, Jonathan Nolan, Kip Thorne, Jordan Goldberg, Thomas Tull, Lynda Obst, Jake Myers, Paul Broucek, Hoyte Van Hoytema, Andy Thompson, Alison Burton, John Shearer, Ian Mayes, Christopher Moger, Rev Robin Griffith-Jones, Colette Barber, Randy Spendlove, Lisa Margolis, Ny Lee, Christina Toth, Lucy Whalley, Susie Gillis, Ann Barnard, Richard King, Gregg Landaker, Gary Rizzo, Brett Milan, Troels Folmann, Jonte Knif, Urs Heckmann, Suzanne Zimmer, Peter Asher, Max Golfar, James Golfar, Patricia Golfar, Emma Burnham, Kai Krause, Vau Teschner, Candace Carlo, Bonnie Abaunza, Jillian Abood, Tiffany Bordenave, Kelly Bush, BeBe Lerner, Rae Murillo and the ID team, Nick Douillard, Ari Emanuel, Sam Kubert, Chaz Lebrecque, Peter Nelson, Amos Newman, Albert Nolasco, Matthew O’Driscoll, Ryan Ouchida, Bradley Rainey, Chris Strong & Michael Caine
For Jake, Max, Zoë, Annabel, Flora, Rory, Oliver & Magnus
Water Tower Music thanks: Susan Alexander, Peter Axelrad, Joseph Billé, Rocco Carrozza, Glenn Eckerle, Kerrylyn Genetieve, Joe Kara, Kevin Kertes, Ny Lee, Kris Little, Genevieve Morris, Jaimie Roberts, Bobby Thornburg, Raymond Walden, John F.X. Walsh & Robert Zick
Release date : 11/17/2014
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Where i can buy this 2 CD's album?? Or better on mp3? In amazon i can buy only 1 CD/MP3 with only 16 tracks.
Think that 2CD album was that Illuminated Star Projection Edition. Don't think this one is still available. Although, the vinyl release of this score was pretty good, it has Murph and Tick-Tock on it. You can find all these on youtube also.
Has anyone ever explain why the movie version of "No Time For Caution" is not in any commercial album?
I am still waiting for a future release.
Because they made dozens of versions of it and Hans' final one is the one released on the OST.
The film version was assembled by music editors with stems of other cues at the very last minute.
Don't wait for a release. Not to be a spoil-sport, but it won't happen. What they gave us is what we're getting. That said, so many fans have recreated the film version that we can all be satisfied, really.
Now if only fans would do a solid edit of "Batman Chased"... still waiting for that one, 4 years on... lol
Zimmer should go solo again for Dunkirk. I know it's over-talked about here, but it was a real treat hearing Zimmer without five others in Interstellar. If he did even one score "alone" every so often, it would help fans keep track of what's genuinely HIS musical voice. I'm also not sure it's a coincidence that Interstellar was one of his best scores for a few years. Anyone agree?
I agree completely. I also think it is extremely dishonest when film composers get sold credit when they used "not so" ghost writes for some cues. Interstellar was good because of the music, but also because it was honest and genuine. No Ramin Djwadi chained up in the back room with Balfe.
I don't agree with Boldizar. There's nothing dishonest about what Zimmer and his friends do. They're pretty damn open about not caring about exact credits. But I do agree that interstellar was really cool because it felt like you were listening to something personal and his voice really shined.
The collaborations are hit and miss for me, pirates of the caribbean is great, bunch of talented composers going at but you could still hear one voice tying it all together, kung fu panda 3 on the other hand was mostly boring, only a few tracks like the second half of jaded or legend of kai worth a repeat listen.
This was addressed a few years ago, but unfortunately this doesn't seem to be have been escalated:
Why does every track (I own the flac & cd version of the soundtrack) have a spike at ~15.7 KHz? Every(!) track has a high-frequency noise throughout the whole track. You can easily visualize this when using a spectrogram. Because it's on each track, I can't believe this was intended.
There was a huge discussion when the album came out in 2014 in reddit's audio-engineering subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/audioengineering/comments/2mszh4/wh ats_up_with_this_spike_at_around_157khz_on_the/?sort=top
It's sad that no one from Hans' side responded to that issue.
If Hans Zimmer wants us to hear his scores on big speakers, then why won't he provide us with the needed quality of his tracks to play it on our big speakers.. None of his (louder) scores have an isolated score option on the blu-ray of the movies (only inception has a 5.1 selection on the bonus disc). I still don't understand why he won't release complete versions of his scores, in either 2.0 or 5.1 (just like the Lord of the Rings collector's soundtrack collection). People clearly want it, but instead we get shitty cd's with half of the tracks missing and some are released as bonus tracks in 256kbps.. Why Hans?!
Just checking in to see if anyone's heard or read any more about anything coming out? I know it's effectively a over and done deal, because we've never received a complete Zimmer score, but I'm still hoping for one - or something with more music.
I wish Zimmer had more control over his music - or care, really. I guess as an artist, once you're done with something, it's time to move on, but he just really seems to be "eh, I'm passed that" in every interview he does about it - that or it's him saying "We'll see" or "It's up to Water Tower" or "Eh, it's out there somewhere. Who knows." Howard Shore does the same thing with the Hobbit complete scores - he just seems so "whatever" about the whole thing when anyone asks him, or that he has no clue how much there is - Shore even stated that the release we have now for "An Unexpected Journey" is pretty much complete - which, would be true, if it had the other 40 minutes worth of stuff that's not on it. Why do scorers seem so oblivious to what they've made? Or careless?
I can't tell if Zimmer just doesn't care, understand, or has no control over it, which upsets me. I'm not hating on him - I just wish I had a way to listen to that gorgeous score, even though I'm not entitled to it. Being a fan of film score sucks.
Hum I get your point but what cue are we missing here? I do not remember any missing piece of music, the release + the promotional FYC seemed quite exhaustive. The only problem is a damaged track (which has been repaired by fans) and an alternate track (the film mix has been recreated by fans). So in the specific case of Interstellar I don´t understand your complain...
We won't see anything for years if ever. Alan the best you can do is to get the FYC CD and merge the tracks not on the "official" releases. Unfortunately it will never be lossless due to the FYC cd source. The only missing cues are First Handshake and the Credits which are friend has on YouTube with the NTFC film mix and a fixed QC.
Ds, the ISP is missing quite a bit cue wise.
Ah, yes, Boldizar - you hit what was going to be my response to Ds right on the nose: the problem of them not being lossless. This score needs to sound as good as possible, as far as I'm concerned, and tracks being lossless is a must - so that is why I hold out some small, tiny hope for an official complete release. And for the fan edits, they are fine, and the folks who worked on them are fantastic, but I'd still like something straight from Zimmer.
I made most of the fan edits you are talking about, and I still agree. I'd like to have the original, missing / lost tracks in my possession just as much as you guys would.
Alan, in fact we actually got "something straight from Zimmer", and it was the crappy No Time For Caution demo released on iTunes. Something coming straight from Hans doesn't necessarily mean it's better than other people's arrangement...
It's not a demo... lol
Anyway, First Handshake, seriously ? It's just a music editing.
We have all we need from Interstellar. There's a pile a HZ scores that would deserve some extra stuff. I crossed IS off the list ! :P
Yeah I don't think getting "extra stuff" whatever is the problem, people mostly just keep bitching for a not-damaged Quantifiable Connection. The NTFC stuff is mostly resolved at this point, and I wouldn't say the official NTFC track was a demo. It's looking like the track was intentionally mastered the way it was. And I like it.
I don't necessarily mean to resurrect this debate (after the track came out, the vitriol was HORRENDOUS), but, referring to Ds's comment, am I the only one who does *not* have a problem with the original No Time For Caution track?
I agree the film version is much better, the track we got does sound "demo-ish" in parts (the fade out/organ crescendo at the very end is what struck me), and the volume is uneven (super quiet at the start, loud at the end, but that's easily fixable with the right software). But all in all, the track still gives me the same sense of emotion/excitement/suspense that the film version does.
Am I the only one consistently reminded of the late James Horner whenever I listen to Cornfield Chase? It makes me think, for example, of Cracking the Russian Codes from A Beautiful Mind... it's got that same "flourishy," constantly-moving instrumentation, it picks up with a kinetic piano motif, and even has a super-abrupt ending. Cornfield Chase is actually one of my favorite Zimmer cues in a while.
Hybrid, do you know if it was an intentional homage to Horner's sound?
Absolutely no idea !
My Horner moments cam from space scenes. Very Apollo 13....
Never came to my mind. Interstellar is way to heavy on the electronics to sound anything like Horner imo. If there are any similarities I could find in another score, it's maybe Her by arcade fire. The overall theme of that score is piano and electronic pads, but it's still far away from sounding anything like interstellar.
You should still consider pairing it with the track I mention, for comparison's sake...It just seems like a style imitation, IMO. ;)
Speaking of Her, I really wish that score got a release (even a promo one). Great film.
Speaking of Her, that score got a release (a promo one). It's the FYC.
I agree. Coward reminds me of Horner's "crushing piano"
The rolling low piano in Interstellar definitely reminds me of Horner. I see what you mean with Cornfield Chase, although I don't think it's particularly striking (or even intentional). Flying Drone, on the other hand, reminds me of JNH's Signs!
Thanks for heads up Anon. I did not know it ever existed but was able to get a copy dirt cheap. :)
I guess I'm the odd one out. To me the score is closer to being a Da Vinci Code sibling than being a James Horner homage.
Right... so I got my blu-ray pre-order in today, a day early, and I can't help but notice (or think I do, at least) that the loudest parts of the movie, where the music really used to drown stuff out (that I, personally, loved but everyone else complained about) has been dumbed down a bit? I realize my home theater will not sound even so much as an ounce like the IMAX I saw the film in multiple times, but damn... I really feel like those scenes that really BAM sent the score home. Scenes I am thinking of are the bigs ones: Mountains, Mann's betrayal, Docking. They're just... not loud anymore. The voices and the sound effects are great! But the music... it's toned down a bit.
Has anyone else had this issue with theirs? I even checked out the iTunes version and it's got the same volume control as well... does anyone think Nolan succumbed (or was forced) to obey a few complaints and "turned" the music down? Man I really just hope it's my system....
I will check for you later today Alan!
I downloaded the 1080p IMAX torrent a few weeks ago and all the volume seemed fine to me! People must have been crazy saying the music was too loud
I'm waiting for my copy, but of all the download versions I've come across it has been substantially altered. I was upset too.
I watched parts of the blu-ray yesterday with headphones on, and I didn't notice a significant drop in music volume, it might have been taken down a bit to make sure everything still sounds good on less speakers than 5 (and not blow everything up with the very complex parts, I don't know)? I did notice this on the iTunes version, where the organ in the docking scene messed up the audio track when it got very loud, I was kind of disappointed by that because it just does not sound good when the audio starts cracking up because of its own volume. So I was just glad that the blu ray did not have this issue...
Thanks Adam - let me know how that IMAX torrent goes. Also, could you explain the different it would have apart from the blu-ray?
NotSoAnonymous - I agree. I tried a few versions, like iTunes and what not, and they're quiet as well.
Laurens - I think Laurens might be on to something here... it would make sense to "dumb" down things a bit because well... I doubt very few people in the world have a home IMAX and copying that format straight to home video might be... well, disastrously noisy. So maybe this was an attempt to make the home viewing doable? Still a little upset at how much that first blast in Mountains has be turned down... it's nowhere near as big and powerful of a scene (to me) now.
In other news I tried to configure things a little differently in my setup, but I can't test it as my second disc came scratched so I sent it back to Amazon (they keep sending my broken shit) but when I get my replacement copy in, I will try it again and let everyone know. Who knows - maybe this is just time to get new speakers.
Hello. Best movie, best music. But now i will speak about the movie discs. The sound on dvd and bluray is weak. English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 on the bluray, but not as good as the original cinema sound mix. The music is quiet, the effect is quiet. On the discs, in the duststorm, when they are closing the door in house, the windsound is end. But in the cinema, the windsound continue after closing the door. Almost vibrate the house. This is just one example of the many. I am very dissatisfied. The bluray and dvd dont give the original feeling of the Interstellar movie. How can i get the original (cinema) sound mix? Please help!
I listened/watched with my 5.1 setup for theater mode (aka loud). the Bluray sounds good. You a 5.1 system for the sound to actually be 5.1 and the subwoofer is a huge part of it.
I listen and watch on 5.1 pc speaker at home. Not perfect. But i think, not this is the problem. The cinema soundtrack and dvd-bluray soundtrack are different. Different mixing. I watched this movie in cinema 4 times. Now i can compare cinema track and disc track, because i compare a cam recorded movie to dvd-bluray movie. The sound of cam version is distort and not clean of course, but the sound mixing is better in cam version (cinema version). For example the duststorm windsound after closed door. This is just one example of the many. Unfortunately DD2.0 and DD5.1 and DTS-HD MA5.1 are different from cinema "version". This best version is lost for me.
I know this is a bit of a late response, but I can't find three damn hours every day to watch this movie :p lol. Still, I have watched it over various speaker sets, headphones and everything, and Alan is indeed right about the music being toned down. Especially during the mountains part, that first blow is very disappointing indeed. Still, the sound effects almost tore my windows apart, so it's definitely the way this release was deliberately mixed. I still think that, however in the theatrical the music version was incredibly loud at some points (no complaints though, loved it) they didn't find it suitable for the home release, or they wanted to avoid complaints about the music drowning out the dialogue (which was a common complaint about the theatrical version, I could understand everything just fine but yeah, we have subtitles here in the Netherlands so.....). However, there were also moments where the music surprised me a bit in volume, compared to the big swells (i.e. just after Dr. Mann says "... few men have been" and the organ kicks in or the launch/detach music) so I don't think this is a production malfunction of some sort.
You are quite correct. The Score AND Effects have been toned down in those scenes. I was prepared to lower the volumen when that scenes came, but no need. To be honest, the sound mix in the Blu-ray is better balanced. It's like The Da Vinci Code Score, some parts were too loud ("over edited" I like to say).
Laurens, yeah, I figured this toning down was on purpose, 1. because so many complained about the sound in the theatre and 2. like you said, maybe it didn't work right for home viewing - either way, it makes me incredibly sad. I've watched the movie now at home tripled than what I had in the theatre, and still every time something is turned down, I am sorely disappointed - I just can't seem to get used to it.
Ulifox, I'm glad you enjoy it! Maybe one day I can get used to it haha!
My opinion also, that the music is low. Must be obtain the theatre movie sound disc. Sorry for my english.
I know this question does not really belong in this thread specifically because there are more HZ-scores that the support the Headphone X app, but I ask it here anyway because I was just listening to the Interstellar score in '11.1 surround sound' and I am wondering if it's just me or does the stereo mix of the score sound way better than this 'remarkable technology'? I mean, sure the app makes it sound a little bit more surround-like but everything just sounds very hollow and not really clear, like I am listening to the music while my ears are stuffed. When then switch to the normal (say the iTunes version) of the score, everything sounds way better (and I have tried this over various headphones and I experience the same thing with all of them. Did anyone also notice this or do I happen to own three crappy headphones (which I am very convinced I do not :p) and am I missing a breathtaking experience here?
I am suspect sure the XApp files are lossy which really defeats the purpose.
Can anyone tell me is there a website that is offical that makes day one dark offical download, have come across many sites advertising it but one to avoid possible scams/viruses , thanks
Amazon does not have Day One Dark. It was only available as a movietickets.com bonus for buying tickets.
I currently own the intstellar light priojection vrsion of the soundtrack it is not listed on there, thats why i asked about this particular track, is there anyway of getting the complete score ,as i understood that this was the complete version , but it appears not sadly
The complete score was released on the FYC site of Paramount (just google 'paramount guilds 2014 interstellar score' or something like that) so you should be able to find that. Mind that this is the score as it appears in the movie so you won't find any bonus content in the complete score like the illuminated edition includes. This means that day one dark cannot be found on the complete score (which has terrible audio quality if you ask me, but that aside) and I can't seem to find any legal download of the track. I think because it is 'just' a re-mix of the beginning of 'Dreaming of the Crash' and 'No Time for Caution' they did not release this particular track officially. You still should be able to find an illegal download but I understand that you prefer the official download as it has the best audio quality and you don't have to worry about viruses... I myself would also like that this track would be released officially but hey, we've got plenty of interstellar music already :). Plus, since you are one of the lucky ones to be able to purchase the illuminated edition, you can enjoy it even more!
So now that the Blu-ray is out, which version of No Time For Caution do you guys really prefer? I actually think the album version (Hans' version) is the better version. The film version doesn't sound as pure to me, and you can really tell the organ and chants were just kind of thrown in there.
I like yourfavoratemusic's most recent film version. It sound really close to what I remember seeing. What I prefer about the film version is that the cue begins as Han's version, with the sweeping, yet constrained string walls. Then on the repeat the Organ breaks through that "barrier" implied by the string sound. It fits the scene (and its implications) really, really well. The Music Editor made the right call.
I prefer the album version too. The adding of the organ took away a lot of the dramatic effect.
I prefer the movie version, hands down. Love the organ and the powerful crescendo. The album version just does not do anything for me those damn strings everywhere. The addition of the strings make it sound like any other soundtrack. Nothing really special.
Please release the movie version also, preferably in FLAC format or something similar. And by having released both versions all fans are happy.
I have no idea if these was asked at all but I was wondering if there are plants to release Interstellar sheet music because I would honestly buy the whole thing. And a lot of people would buy the music and a lot of people would play the music. But thats just me.
Does anyone know the track order (using the Illuminated Star Projection edition) as presented in the film? I couldn't find this information elsewhere and thought I'd ask here.
1. Dreaming of the Crash 2. Cornfield Chase 3. Flying Drone 4. Dust 5. Who's They? 6. Stay 7. Message From Home 8. The Wormhole 9. Atmospheric Entry 10. Mountains 11. Afraid of Time 12. No Need to Come Back 13. A Place Among the Stars 14. Running Out 15. I'm Going Home 16. Coward 17. Imperfect Lock 18. No Time for Caution 19. Detach 20. S.T.A.Y. 21. What Happens Now 22. Where We're Going
Has anyone done an edit of the docking scene from the movie, replacing the film mix of No Time for Caution with the album/original version? I'd be curious to hear what the intended music sounds like onscreen.
How/where do you find these track listings? I have the Deluxe Edition of the score which only has 24 tracks and here you've got 29... Also, the score track listings for Inception and the Batman films are massive compared to the Deluxe Editions that I have. Where can I get these edition with all the tracks?
Thanks in advance.
Myplaydirect Illuminated Star Projection Edition, the physical deluxe version
@Nyct: I've googled all over the place. Especially concerning The Dark Knight and Inception. I can't find some of the listed tracks absolutely anywhere.
Thanks Boldizar, I've looked into it to see that they're sold out and the ones on eBay are upwards of $150 despite the original $30 price tag. Great.
Yes, tonight is the night Zimmer loses his 8th nomination
My heart isn't ready to see him lose.
Me neither :'(
Don't be so negative, Anon. Anthing can happen. Murphy's Law, yo.
I'm not negative. I'm realistic.
Eh, it's hard to give a crap anymore. I got invested back in 2010 when one of my favorite scores of all time, How to Train Your Dragon, was (surprisingly) nominated, and we know how that turned out. Since then...well, it's nice to see good scores win, and they do from time to time, but only by accident. Like I said, hard to care.
Oh well, I for one will be excitedly watching with fingers crossed right up until the envelopes (yes, [i]envelopes[/i], because I am hoping it wins the other 4 awards too) are opened. It's part of the fun. You win some you lose some.
I'd put all my money on losing all. It got the 5 nominations simply out of pity because it didn't get a Best Picture nomination
Well you're DEAD WRONG, Anon. It just won (and deservedly so) the Award for Best Visual Effects.
...oh and it looks like you are mighty broke now, Anon. ;)
Settle down. It only won Visual Effects. It lost Sound Mixing, Sound Editing and Production Design. Guys, it would make me so happy to be wrong should it win the Grail of Oscars. But like I said before I'm just being realistic
Well well well, no surprises again.
No, I won't settle down. The award for Visual Effects is WAY more important than the ones you mentioned. Yes, I would have loved it to win those too, but apart from Score, VE was the one I was most bothered about for obvious reasons.
And at this stage I will take what I can get.
But Magic Coop, the sound of Interstellar is a HUGE part of the film, I would say as huge as VFX. Don't get me wrong, I'm happy it won. But I figured it wouldn't take home anything else. Because I'm realistic.
Anon....without wishing to argue, you really need to stop repeating that "i'm realistic" statement as it does make you come across a bit pompous. OK, you were (partially) correct on this occasion, but that doesn't mean you will always be right. You don't have a crystal ball therefore you cannot always predict better than anybody else what is going to happen. It is just a coincidence that you were (partially) correct. Nothing more. Thank you. Goodnight
Hans doesn't need to worry about the Oscars. He gave his fans a special present with this score, music directly from his heart, and reminded us that we should expect the unexpected from him.
Vinyl is coming:) musiconvinyl. co m /catalog/original-soundtrack/interstellar#more
SIDE A 1. DREAMING OF THE CRASH 2. CORNFIELD CHASE 3. DUST 4. DAY ONE 5. MESSAGE FROM HOME SIDE B 1. STAY 2. THE WORMHOLE 3. AFRAID OF TIME 4. A PLACE AMONG THE STARS 5. NO TIME FOR CAUTION SIDE C 1. MURPH 2. DETACH SIDE D 1. RUNNING OUT 2. TICK-TOCK 3. WHERE WE'RE GOING 4. DO NOT GO GENTLE INTO THAT GOOD NIGHT
They could definitely remove "Detach" and "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night" and put back "Coward". But it's awesome that they have "Murph" and "Tick-Tock" in there...
See, to me they should have left Tick Tock and Murph off since they don't add anything (demo tracks) and take up space for main score tracks.
leave Tick-Tock and Murph off?? No way... what do you mean they don't add anything? They add everything to the score tracks like Mountains and Detach.
4 different versions of one soundtrack, and all of them still don't have the two themes everyone wants; but now we're even missing old tracks.
This is brilliant news, spoke to somebody a few months ago at Musiconvinyl, who stated that there would be some Hans Zimmer releases coming out this year, I asked if this and Inception might be released and the answer was: We are 99% confident that both of these will be released in 2015, so with Interstellar being announced, I am getting rather excited that Inception, will more than likely follow. Nice to know these website listen to your requests.
I still don't understand <i>why</i> exactly are people so hyped about vinyl records. They are maddeningly fragile and do not provide sound as good as digital files.
Anon - Exactly.
Digital is good, but vinyl has a great sound and is a different sound, plus if you want a physical format like me, they look brilliant, CDs suck and are dying on their feet
> will release Inception on vinyl > still won't have "Projections" and "Don't Think About Elephants", and will be missing "Time".