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The whole movie needs to be completed within only 2 months, that is why it has 3 directors, 2 composers and loads of other people dealing with their own parts.Yeah no I don't have translated titles.<br><br>There's also a song out, roughly translated "Heroes Anthem" or "Ode to Heroes", by Tan Weiwei which Andrew did Synth arrangments on.<br><br>And there's also a second score album containing Roc Chen's score (movie apparently has a shitload of directors (lol) and had 2 composers).<br><br><br>China is very complicated as usual !! lolI don't speak Chinese. But I google translated it.<br><br>Overture (with lines) (2:35) <br>King Kong River (3:55) <br>Operator (1:38) <br>Crossing the Bridge (1:08) <br>B29 Incendiary (2:24) <br>Attacking Again (3:26) <br>God of Death (5) :22) <br>Brotherhood (2:13) <br>To die (2:51) <br>The gunner is in place (6:24) <br>Ignite (2:49) <br>To sacrifice life (2:07) <br>Miracle (2:51) <br>Overture (No lines version) ( 2:37)What are Andrew's actual track titles for this? I'd rather have English titles that I can understand and fit with my library.Unfortunately there is no plan to have that one out internationally... :/
Fire in Paradise (2019) is one of the most scary and disturbing documentary I have ever seen.<br><br>Can't wait to see this one and how life and hope prevail upon disaster.<br><br><br>20 years ago this month, already !<br><br>What a journey is has been since that memorable night.<br><br>Cheers.<br>WE NEED HANS & CHRIS BACK TOGETHER!<br>I’m afraid that Ludwig would be replacing Hans for good, nothing against Ludwig, but Hans is irreplaceable.Next week if everything goes as planned ! lolWhen?! That is amazing!
Coming soon<br><br>https:/ / jpg&name=mediumI'm checking with Andrew the availability of this.Track list: <br>1. &#24207;&#26354; (&#24102;&#21488;&#35789;&#29256;) (02:35)<br>2. &#25509;&#32447;&#21592; (01:38)<br>3. &#37329;&#21018;&#24029; (03:55)<br>4. &#36807;&#26725; (01:08)<br>5. B29&#29123;&#28903;&#24377; (02:24)<br>6. &#20877;&#27425;&#34989;&#20987; (03:26)<br>7. &#20007;&#38376;&#31070; (05:22)<br>8. &#20804;&#24351;&#24773; (02:13)<br>9. &#36212;&#27515; (02:51)<br>10. &#28846;&#25163;&#23601;&#20301; (06:24)<br>11. &#28857;&#28779; (02:49)<br>12. &#33293;&#29983;&#21462;&#20041; (02:07)<br>13. &#22855;&#36857; (02:51)<br>14. &#24207;&#26354; (&#26080;&#21488;&#35789;&#29256;) (02:37)<br>No English translation version for now.<br>I guess it's only avaliable in China, for now at least. The movie was released yesterday.Were exactly?
Andrew Kawczynski's The Sacrifice soundtrack has released in China.Please, please do a U.S. tour!Will the SpongeBob Movie - Sponge On The Run get a release?This sounds wonderful:<br><br>"Super Extra Deluxe End Credits Suite."I really hooe it will come out at the beginning of november and not the end!

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  1. Dreaming Of The Crash (3:55)
  2. Cornfield Chase (2:06)
  3. Dust (5:41)
  4. Day One (3:19)
  5. Stay (6:52)
  6. Message From Home (1:40)
  7. The Wormhole (1:30)
  8. Mountains (3:39)
  9. Afraid Of Time (2:32)
  10. A Place Among The Stars (3:27)
  11. Running Out (1:57)
  12. I'm Going Home (5:48)
  13. Coward (8:26)
  14. Detach (6:42)
  15. S.T.A.Y. (6:23)
  16. Where We're Going (7:41)
  1. First Step (1:47)
  2. Flying Drone (1:53)
  3. Atmospheric Entry (1:40)
  4. No Need To Come Back (4:32)
  5. Imperfect Lock (6:54)
  6. What Happens Now? (2:04)
  7. Who's They? (7:17)
  8. Murph (11:21)
  9. Organ Variation (4:52)
  10. Tick-Tock (8:19)
  11. Day One (Original Demo) (3:49)
  12. Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night (Poem) (1:39)
  13. No Time For Caution (4:06)
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Anonymous reply Replies: 6 || 2014-11-15 15:45:12
i think i hear "deshi!" in "mountains". didn't know bane was gonna be there. :P

bro2014-11-15 17:15:05
honestly every time I hear that I think of this. And i love it. Mountains is an amazing, ingenious track.

Guitwo2014-11-15 18:17:05
it's the air going out of the organ. i'm not hearing deshi.

Mike2014-11-15 18:19:07
Whatever it ACTUALLY was, I heard "Deshi" at one point in there,

bro2014-11-15 18:37:40
no, its a 50 piece choir but okay lol

isildur2014-11-15 19:03:32
I didn't hear "deshi" but how effing amazing is this track. Mind blowing stuff.

Jor_El_Hans_is_the_fucking_master2014-11-15 20:34:43
Stop smoking, guys.

Zimson reply Replies: 0 || 2014-11-15 20:11:49
"S.T.A.Y." is so damn amazing! I was just testing it on my 5.1 system. How is it possible that you can put so much emotion into something so minimalistic? Even Arvo Pärt hasn't achieved this level yet. :P
Oh and of course, not to forget "Stay", I really feel the rocket launching and try to hold on the couch. :D This is really a score for big speakers.

fabien reply Replies: 0 || 2014-11-15 19:52:28
The movie and the score are beautiful.

23years reply Replies: 2 || 2014-11-15 01:17:44
I'm really dieing to know what soundtrack is played when he reads the 23 years massages right after coming back from "Miller's planet"

Is it "Running Out" or "No need to come back" I really think it's no need to come back but I don't remember who said while he was watching the massages, Hopefully someone can enlighten me. :D

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-15 03:59:58
it's none of the tracks from the 16 track standard edition

bro2014-11-15 17:18:47
Actually the first half of S.T.A.Y is a very, very similar cue and that first couple of minutes might as well be a repeated cue from that scene. It's basically an extended version of that cue you are thinking of.

(if I remember correctly)

Guitwo reply Replies: 13 || 2014-11-14 22:44:54
technical question for hybrid: it's "all" Zimmer right?
i really think if they don't mess with the credit Zimmer could win, probably, another oscar.
this soundtrack is incredible. I can't wait to buy the huge box and listen to it with my super headphones!

Anonymous2014-11-14 23:00:19
It didn't sound all that good at the theater, hopefully the release will be a little better.

Mortifer V.2014-11-14 23:09:08
it sounded great in the theater.

JackieStewart2014-11-14 23:10:20
You're both wrong: it sounded MASSIVE at the theater. Unbelievably epic.

Guitwo2014-11-14 23:41:18
if i could i would listen to the damn soundtrack on an imax system entirely!
meanwhile, listening music with headphones are the best thing you can do imo ;)

Guitwo2014-11-14 23:52:31
btw to understand and appreciate the value of a soundtrack in a movie you have to judge the music as a part of the story/narration etc that's how you judge how good the music is. judge a score as a standalone album is pure nonesense. I've listened to TASM2= movie is sh** and the music does not bring anything to the movie...
that's why Hermann is still to this day one the greatest composer of all time. Music was a character and was a part of the drama.

Edmund Meinerts2014-11-15 00:44:29
Judging scores based on their albums is hardly nonsense. If it was, then there wouldn't be any albums and none of us would listen to film music at all. Judging a score based on how it works in the film is fine for a thesis or something, but when it comes to us fans, I find that judging the album is much more useful and relevant.

Guitwo2014-11-15 01:23:48
you are talking as a fan. I am a fan as well. I enjoy the album as well as a fan. but as an aspiring director and also as a film critic I cannot judge the music as a standalone because it's not meant to even exist as a standalone. Film music, at the beginning, was never meant to be commercial. no albums, no nothing. It was an actor of the movie.
well now we need to give our opinion. judging hans' last album like he is a rock/pop star is a none sense. I don't think hans pretend to be all that. his goal, like a director of photography, is to give life to a director's vision. it is part of a piece of art. that's film music.
But that's the problem I think. there is often a difference between the reality and the perception. I have been to a master class last year where hans was the guest and clearly, even tho the guy enjoys the success, he does not have the mind to think he could compose music on its own, without someone giving him a headline, a director feeding his imagination with pictures, stories, characters and all. because it's a very different job.
that's my take on film music, i cannot judge it as a standalone piece of art(except if it's, measure for measure, recording sessions directly from the movie) altho i enjoy listening film music.

Anonymous2014-11-15 04:17:16
I guess you went to see a different movie than I did, we are talking Interstellar right? Whatever happened to the Hans Zimmer who wrote such beautiful pieces like "Honor" for The Pacific mini series and the Gladiator soundtrack? Now those were wonderful works unlike the blaring, barely melodic, mostly dissonant experimental music of Interstallar.

JamesT2014-11-15 05:17:59
@ Guitwo:

What you just wrote is utter nonsense in my mind. Critic and aspiring Director, huh? Try this on for size. What was the genesis of the score for Interstellar?

Nolan presents Hans with a piece of paper, asks him to read it and write for a day, etc, etc. We have all read about the circumstance.....Hans writes for a day, Nolan listens, things connect, Interstellar is born. And, as we wrote, he literally knew nothing, at all.

How can u suggest he does not have the skill to compose something great without being told how to by someone? If you think he has never written music for a film without any basic context, you are clearly mistaken. Those circumstances have produced some of his best scores.

And, in terms of film music, who really can't cant judge the artistic characteristics of score separate from a film? One of my favorite examples is The Green Mile. You can't judge the quality of that score apart from the film? As an aspiring Director, you won't let other film music influence you own work?

I don't need to watch an artist paint something original before I decide to hang it on my wall and stare at it everyday in amazement.

Adam2014-11-15 06:57:30
Bravo, JamesT. Bravo. I agree with everything you just said.

Guitwo2014-11-15 13:51:34
and you can believe that? one letter and he came up with a complete score or at least most of the cues? haha. i think you have the wrong perception on how a music composer is working imo. this is just good story-telling and marketing to my ears and it's at the best partially true. i think the amount of time they spent talking about the music was huge. what's the movie about? who are the characters? themes? etc etc even if hans is crazy he is following the director's vision and it implies talking a lot, exchanging a lot of ideas etc. If a director a photography is blind, the music composer is deaf. how the movie sounds depends on the director. the goal for the director is to push the composer to believe that there is a music that makes sense in his universe.

-I don't suggest anything, i'm quoting. Hans said it himself a year ago in front of an audience. He said he does not have what it takes to make music that is not for a movie because he needs something to work with. whether it's a letter, a script or really anything. that's the start and then they talk a lot. it's either not hans' desire or his way to work. he said people (fans mostly) often comes to him asking him if he will write a symphony one day or write music that is not part of a movie. he said he simply can't. it is not his job. he doesn't do that because he does not know how to do it. it's simple to understand imo. he is not thomas bergersen for example. with all due respect that i have for the work of TSFH, this is not the same job.
this is not nonsense, this is pure logic to me. a composer for films makes music for films.
did you really believe that chris nolan gave him a letter, take a quick feedback at the end of the day and then walk away saying hans "see you in 6months/a year".
give interstellar another director (like Steven Spielberg) and hans wouldn't have made the same music because the director do not have the same vision.

Ds2014-11-15 13:57:28
Guitwo, he didn't come up with a complete score, only with one piece of music, which is, I guess, the main theme. Nolan wanted his movie to be centered on a father-children relationship, hence this letter, leading to that soft, organic piece of music.

If Nolan had told Zimmer about a huge sci-fi movie, it would probably have influenced his initial approach.

I think the rest of the score was composed with full knowledge of the movie.

Guitwo2014-11-15 14:11:12
so you are argueing in my direction. ;)
hans works with something, then they talk a lot about the movie.
and from my perception, the father-child relation-ship while being obvious and dominant in the movie, interstellar is more a movie about human nature and what it is to be a human being (father/mother is a part of our species). what makes us human.

theeaglesfan005 reply Replies: 2 || 2014-11-14 23:56:00
after listening to the standard OST

Interstellar Film Order:
Dream Of The Crash (3:55)
Cornfield Chase (2:06)
Flying Drone (1:53)*
Dust (5:41)
Day One (3:19)
Stay (6:52)
Message From Home (1:40)
The Wormwhole (1:30)
Mountains (3:39)
Afraid Of Time (2:32)
A Place Among The Stars (3:27)
Running Out (1:57)
I'm Going Home (5:48)
Coward (8:26)
Imperfect Lock (6:54)*
Detach (6:42)
S.T.A.Y. (6:23)
Where We're Going (7:41)
What Happens Now? (2:26)*
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night (1:39)*
Atmospheric Entry (1:40)*
First Step (1:47)*
No Need To Come Back (4:32)*

* from deluxe edition

Naji2014-11-15 00:22:03
What you think?
Did you like it?

Mike2014-11-15 00:22:43
Ahhh, the end of Where We're Going! Such a lovely piece.

Anonymous reply Replies: 8 || 2014-11-14 21:00:54
Hello, everyone. I would like to request something here. Before I do, I want to point out that I'm not a sensitive person and I am well aware this is the internet. I have noticed that we're using "IS" as the acronym/short version for Interstellar, much like TDK trilogy and TASM2. However, using "IS" only reminds me of ISIS - The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. I hope no one is bothered by me requesting so, and I fully expect there to be backlash. But I figured I'd at least try. And can't we all do better than "IS"? Like maybe "INTS" or "INTR" or something. There's gotta be something good we can think of. Thanks :)

badbu2014-11-14 21:03:13
INTS is fine :)

Anonymous2014-11-14 21:04:01
Perfect, thanks badbu. I knew there was something better. I like that - INTS. All in favor of "INTS"?

badbu2014-11-14 21:05:35
you're welcome :)

Guitwo2014-11-14 21:23:46
what IS your problem?
name it the way you want it. everyone knows what we are talking about when we are talking about IS on the interstellar album page.

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-14 21:31:29
I'll keep going with IS... If anyone has a problem with it, sue me !

Vernon2014-11-14 21:32:12
So you're going to let a gang of thugs dictate how you view an acronym? Get over yourself and find something else to concern your self with. You can just decide that the term reminds you of a movie and not let any such nonsense dictate what you or anyone one else does. Also, every time we find ourselves reminded of ISIS, that's a good thing; a great opportunity to remember the brave folks who are putting their lives on the the line to fight the creeps.

Anonymous2014-11-14 21:43:23
I get what you are saying Vernon. And Hybrid Soldier - no one is going to sue you. Anyone can use what they want. I was just trying to seek a different acronym. I can't help that I'm reminded of ISIS. I have family in the army that may be headed to Iraq so it's all I think about :(

But thanks badbu. INTS works for me :)

Anonymous2014-11-14 22:58:18
To quote a great pervert, "It depends on what the meaning of the word IS, is" Bill Clinton

Jeff reply Replies: 0 || 2014-11-14 20:33:35
I find it interesting that if a person posts their opinion here that they don't care for a particular HZ score, they are demonized, chastised, are told that "nobody cares" and are ruled out as "irrelevant". Really? I'm a big HZ fan (or I wouldn't even be on this website) but I'm not a drone who just automatically loves everything that he writes... especially one that hasn't even been released yet (like IS). I'm willing to bet that after the cd comes out and everyone has a chance to digest it for awhile, there may be a few more people who agree that it is really not all that good.

McG2k1 reply Replies: 20 || 2014-11-13 17:01:58
Anyone know if the track played while they tried to match the spin rate and reconnect to the other ship is on the list? that was an amazingly powerful scene and I'm really hoping its in there.

Medigo2014-11-13 17:19:18
we wont know until we have heard the OST ourselves

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-13 17:28:53
I'm 99.9% sure it's "Imperfect Lock"

Medigo2014-11-13 17:31:40
That does sound right
The problem though is that the entire scene is 10 minutes long, and the track is only 7 minutes long

badbu2014-11-13 17:49:56
But not 10min music...

McG2k12014-11-13 18:36:32
Most of this soundtrack is already on youtube. some of it seems mislabeled and some of the timings on the clips are different than the ones above, so its hard to tell. Detach seems to be the one, but again, hard to tell.

I wish they'd release this OST early so I could get the real deal!

I'm going to see the movie again just for that scene alone.

badbu2014-11-13 19:02:46
Youtube...FAKE!!! Trust me!

MtBL912014-11-13 19:55:05
I think it's detatch you're looking for, that's going by the track number and roughly where it is in the film, so it's a guess.

badbu2014-11-13 20:06:52
Docking scene = Imperfect Lock! Trust me!

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-13 20:33:27
So why would a track called "Detach" be played when they are attempting to ATTACH???? lol

Like I said... I am 99.9% sure the track is called "Imperfect Lock"

Pretty sure Detach is when Coop and TARS detach from endurance and go through the blackhole

Medigo2014-11-13 21:05:36
Thats what I assumed, but I didnt want to be too spoilery

Srm...2014-11-14 00:15:03
Umm,"Imperfect lock" is not it, neither is "Detach" The closest thing i can find to that scene's music is "Day One Dark" but it doesn't have the climax of the Organ in it. . . soooo...I really need to find out what CD release has it.

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-14 01:03:40

Yes... Imperfect Lock is the docking sequence.


badbu2014-11-14 06:24:00
He will never understand :D

Anonymous2014-11-14 06:58:02
The angst that this speculation is causing is amusing. I'm certain Imperfect Lock is the theme we are all looking for, perhaps edited down by a few minutes. By my recollection, there is a build up cue to the pivotal rotation scene that is repetitive. With 2+ hours of eventual score release, everything has to be there.

Just be patient for the initial release on the 18th. It will be there.

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META2014-11-14 14:31:14
Im sure outside of whatever making of content and/or sketchbook materials off the massive collection, this deluxe will have most everything....

Honestly - considering how most all the score sounds the same, do you honestly think you're going to miss something out of the 2 hour release? I don't

Shmo142014-11-14 18:09:54
Seriously though, that scene rules. Especially when he says "It's necessary." Soooo sick, I literally couldn't breath until they reconnected!!!

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-14 18:54:08
Jeez guys you all sound like a bunch of junkies looking desperately for a dose... HAHA

Patience ! :)

badbu2014-11-14 18:58:06
:D :D

Gunther2014-11-14 19:24:39
This time I need my dose twice!! :D

Drunkenmunkey reply Replies: 1 || 2014-11-14 05:48:26
So are we getting this tomorrow or still the 18th? I heard some European countries are getting it tomorrow.

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-14 18:50:25
Apparently France has it

Naji reply Replies: 23 || 2014-11-12 17:33:47
What is your answer Hybrid Soldier?
Hans Zimmer is a monster who needs to be stopped.
To quote a Dylan Thomas poem that Interstellar beats into the ground,Hans Zimmer isn’t the type to go gently into that good night. Like John Williams before him, a Zimmer score is another character in the movie, begging you to pay attention to the sheer profundity of the scene at the expense of actually hearing what’s going on. In his New Yorker review, David Denby agreed: “Delivered in rushed colloquial style, much of [the dialogue], central to the plot, is hard to understand, and some of it is hard to hear. The composer Hans Zimmer produces monstrous swells of organ music that occasionally smother the words like lava. The actors seem overmatched by the production.”
This was an issue in Inception, whose iconic gong-like interruptions had a way of drawing viewers out of the movie with their sheer volume. Like the most oppressive Transformers production, Interstellar is loud, and Zimmer doesn’t know when to turn it down, a problem that also plagued his deafening Pirates of the Caribbean scores. During a rocket launch into space, Zimmer’s organs pound even louder, leading audience members to clutch their ears in agony. Interstellar, thus, cements Nolan’s status as the thinking man’s Michael Bay.
If you must see Interstellar in theatres, my advice? Bring earplugs and keep them on for the rest of the movie. It’ll help.

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-12 18:05:59
There were no audio issues at all an the 70mm IMAX theater I went to.

Zimson2014-11-12 18:36:21
There's a place for you, called psych. :) Hans Zimmer is not a force of evil, he's making music. Oh, and John Williams would likely agree they should lock you up before you hurt someone.

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-12 18:52:09
This isn't Naji's wording... he just quoted a review

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-12 18:55:36
As Gordon would say in TDK :

"If you have any problem with your cinema audio, I suggest you see with maintenance..."

I had no problem either, in volume, in mix, nothing, it was just great. If some cinemas fuck up, don't blame HZ.

Naji2014-11-12 18:57:26
Im A big fan of MR. Hans, I just saw this Article on the Internet and i share it.

Naji2014-11-12 19:02:21
Hybrid Soldier.
But they r not talking only about Cinema Audio, There is a lot of things between the lines.
its a big Article (7 Problems of Interstellar) the one i share is the 1st problem in the Article.

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-12 19:06:43
I have no problem with IS, I saw it 3 times in less than a week...

If people have problems with Interstellar, to put it simple : I DON'T CARE ! :)

Naji2014-11-12 19:14:44
they are critics my Dear Hybird.
this scard me bcz i read a lot of articles about the same issue and they dont like the Soundtrack.
they r trying to hurt Mr.HZ Works.

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-12 19:18:50
Yeah but who cares about critics. I never read them, either good or bad...

Or I would never listen what I listen or go to cinema at all if I had to read critics. People are not stupid, they need no one to make an educated opinion.

Well okay that's starting with the fact that mankind would be largely with a brain, which is indeed yet to prove... lol

NM2014-11-12 19:30:21
" During a rocket launch into space, Zimmer’s organs pound even louder, leading audience members to clutch their ears in agony."

I don't remember this happening at my showing.

Edmund Meinerts2014-11-12 19:37:07
Considering just how many people are complaining about this mixing issue, though, I don't think it should be dismissed that lightly. Sure, the film might sound better in a super ultra hi-fi hi-def 7.1 surround sound IMAX setup, but Nolan/the producers/Zimmer/sound mixers/whoever needs to acknowledge that the majority of people aren't going to see the movie in that environment, and adjust the sound mix accordingly. It's a legitimate criticism.

Keep in mind I haven't seen the movie yet, so this is all theoretical on my part. :p

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-12 19:43:21

Exactly... the organs are really only heard in 2 parts and back to back... I'm 99.9% sure those two tracks are "Coward" and "Imperfect Lock"

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-12 19:49:42
Ed I even watched the film in a total regular cinema, no Imax or anything.

No problem there.

32131232014-11-12 20:34:20
Europe release date 11/14/2014 ? ? ??

badbu2014-11-12 20:35:36

Ds2014-11-12 21:03:01
I think the reviewer's biggest problem is that he simply does not like Zimmer's style. If you notice, most people who complain about the Interstellar score... were already complaining about the "loud" Inception score. These people do not like this kind of music, so of course they're not happy to hear it at full power in some scenes. Then they call it "deafening".

Hell, this reviewer even dismisses the Pirates scores, which contain some of the best material HZ and his team have ever composed.

I've also seen the movie 3 times in a few days, everytime in a different regular cinema, I had no problem at all. The sound and the mix was just good. If there's a blockbuster where Hans "turned it down", it's Interstellar. A lot of scenes have no music at all, and a lot of others have very quiet atmospheric music. But of course, when it needs to explode, it's a full blast, and it's so memorable that nobody could forget to mention the score when writing a review of this movie :p

Naji2014-11-12 21:20:39
100% Agree.

Zimson2014-11-12 21:24:55
Whoops, sorry about that Naji. I didn't even read it to be honest.

I once came across a HZ rant-article on the website of a German online filmscore magazine which claims to be professional, lol. However, I wish I could quote a brilliant comment which compares some of today's critics to the ones that bashed Wagner for pretty much the same reasons, destroying (film-) music and whatsoever, lol.

NM2014-11-12 22:12:42
Maybe some showings did have sound issues, and there's no doubt it's a loud film, but "leading audience members to clutch their ears in agony" is just another example of the stupid hyperbole that infects much of film 'criticism'. And it's all in service to an incredibly forced comparison with Michael Bay.

"However, I wish I could quote a brilliant comment which compares some of today's critics to the ones that bashed Wagner for pretty much the same reasons, destroying (film-) music and whatsoever, lol."

Unlike many movie-goers, I do think there is a place for critics, particularly in raising awareness of small gems that may get overlooked. What I don't have time for is director love-ins, shameless tag line generators and vapid commentary OR hyperbolic nonsense, forced put-downs and dismissive smugness passing off as "criticism". And particularly with Interstellar we've seen some deliberately provocative articles, designed solely to generate controversy and attract the ire of the most delusional Nolan fanatics. And sadly, the click-bait has worked a treat!

I like film critics who are insightful, critical (in the actual sense of the word), analytical, knowledgeable, fair-minded and entertaining without having to sort to cheap shots. Sadly, I would contend that the majority of critics don't fall into that character and are merely mediocre. The signal-to-noise ratio in the critic world is frightfully low.

Zimson2014-11-12 22:38:22
@NM Couldn't have said it better. Regarding Clemmensen and film tracks, you can exactly see his development from a once insightful and witty critic to the shameless attention whore he has become now.
Actually there is no demand for music critics in general anymore. If I want to get an impression of an album I look it up on youtube and decide if I download it in the iTunes store afterwards. There are so many options today.

Meta2014-11-13 16:46:04
Well, meandering organ music without much percussion doesn't really make for a great Hans Zimmer score - at least not on the popular side.

Most everybody wants Zimmer's next "video game music".....

I can see why they don't really like this score as much, seeing as it's as meandering as Thin Red Line. Both scores are great, but like I said, many people at the end of the day just want a good score to play Call of Duty with, or some such nonsense....

bro2014-11-13 16:56:20
actually almost every comment I've read on the internet from ordinary movie goers and from avid fans has been positive, I haven't even found a bad comment about it except for the one critic that bitched about the sound mixing

Mortifer V.2014-11-13 20:44:08
just as @bro said, I've been hearing good stuff about the score (and the movie in general) from friends who are not even into film music or anything. And I was pleasantly surprised when they were asking me when is the soundtrack being released. And none said anything about the music being too loud.

Meta reply Replies: 2 || 2014-11-13 16:41:12
I was checking out some of the trailer music vids off Youtube, and one of them is actually the music from the end of the movie...I'm guessing "What Happens Now."

Anonymous2014-11-13 17:11:45
... and that was boring music too.

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-13 17:30:33
Yes.. the teaser trailer gave us a lot from the film.

- The title card is seen in the trailer (just without the word INTERSTELLAR)

- The main theme song from the movie is heard in the trailer

- The main essence of the movie is heard in Matthew's voice over.

TMo reply Replies: 0 || 2014-11-13 15:38:08
There seem to be a lot of trolling around here... Anyway, as there are a lot of arguments about personal tastes, wanted to to chime in (and thank Mr. Zimmer for brilliant work!:

I'm fairly sure that we all agree that Hollywood film music in general –though we love it and listen to it, otherwise why be here– is not usually know to be groundbreaking. Which it shouldn't be in the current studio system, as making big budget films is a risky endeavour and studios are trying to minimise their risks as they best can. Hence they tend to use a fairly limited number of trusted film composers, and on the other hand film composer have to have a high level of professionalism to always deliver. For proof you just need to look at what happened to the brilliant M83 on the Oblivion score (despite the production problems I think the end result is quite fantastic, though he didn't want the M83 name on it).

Personal tastes apart –which all this conversation has been, and there's no right or wrong answers in that kind of arguments– I love the fact that Zimmer has the guts to try something different in today´s studio environment, here in collaboration with Nolan. With the Batman, Man of Steel, Inception etc. soundtracks he created a recognisable, powerful style with that for me seemed something different from the typical embellished and lyrical Hollywood fare and seemed to fit the zeitgeist with it's darker, more somber tone. But as Nolan & Zimmer pointed out, that style seemed to be worn out and spreading to other movies.

With Interstellar Nolan clearly had ambitions beyond a mere Hollywood blockbuster, he was aiming for 2001esque level. To have a typical Hollywood soundtrack when you have more artistic ambitions would simply not work – you need to push the envelope on all fronts if you hope to create an end product of significance. 2001 had it's classic music, Interstellar has it's organs.

I can't be sure how much of it is a good story and how much of it really went down (people tend to embellish this kind of things later on), but I love the creation myth behind the Interstellar music. The end result with it's recurring but developing theme certainly sounds like it's based on a seed that was created in a day. Not having different themes for different characters seems a fresh choice and emphasises the human story at the heart of the movie during all the grandiose views. The music is used with skill to create contrasts between scenes (which is not a given on any Hollywood movie).

In coclusion: a tip hat, dying to get the soundtrack (on Spotify, I hope).

badbu reply Replies: 0 || 2014-11-13 13:09:20
Interstellar - Beyond Time and Space!
A very very nice book, there also a few things about the score in it. :)

Mike reply Replies: 1 || 2014-11-13 03:08:48
I get that Zimmer and Nolan wanted the score heard in context first, and I'm glad I had said experience, but like so many others here, I wish they had not made there be THAT much time between the film and OST... :P

Impatient Fan2014-11-13 03:11:38
I know! After Opening weekend or this Friday (1 Week)would have been nice. Especially considering most people that want the score saw it Tuesday - Friday, last week.

Leo reply Replies: 0 || 2014-11-13 02:25:51
So I just saw it on the cinema today.
I want "Stay" so bad, right now. Superb piece of music, for sure.

Tim reply Replies: 24 || 2014-11-11 17:47:34
I didn't visit this page for quite a long time. Two days ago I watched Interstellar. You know, when I left the theatre after I watched Inception I was totally blown away and thankful for that special experience. But now, after I've experiened Interstellar, I found myself shocked. Various times I cried. Various times the people around me didn't get it due to the "complexity" of some scenes. I wish I could give you some examples but I don't want to spoil anything. Let's say they wouldn't ever understand the basic knowledge of Einstein's and Thorne's theories, which the movie explains to you anyway. Nevertheless, I was shocked. Why? Interstellar is Nolan's most emotional movie, in my opinion. The way Nolan plays with theories I mentioned is nothing else but awesome. I just say "ending"^^. I think about this movie most of the time and I will certainlay re-watch it. There are plot-theories that came into my mind and I want to figure out if my brain is bullshitting me. And of course there is this fear - did I get it? Did I understand it all? I think I have but there are a lot of things I missed for sure.

The score was...unexpected. I expected something different but this music was so different from Hans. The music nailed it. Nothing else to say. Hans nailed it. To be honest, I was disapointed by Man of Steel. I found the music annoying and distracting (at least in the action scenes). But as I mentioned. Hans did a perfect job.

JeffR2014-11-11 19:37:07

Maybe you heard a different score than I did, the music was boring, non-thematic and loud and obtrusive and just the same sustained notes played over and over.. and that's hard for me to have to say because I love Hans Zimmer. The move was great I was just disapointed in the score.

...2014-11-11 20:39:34
JeffR, nobody cares!

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-11 20:44:53
Non thematic ?


Ds2014-11-11 22:29:21
You know Hybrid, some people were also saying that MoS was "non-thematic", and that it was just random, big, loud noise... I never quite understood that, since I could count at least 3 different themes in it.

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-11 22:41:24
Yeah I mean I won't force anyone to like anything... If they find IS terrible, or MOS, they can...

But this is giving non-facts ! Pfiouuuuuu...

Edmund Meinerts2014-11-11 22:57:18
Man of Steel definitely has several distinct themes. Anyone who says it's non-thematic is biased and hasn't given the score a fair and analytical listen.

Of course, whether you like those themes and how they're used or not is a whole other matter. ;)

Adam2014-11-12 00:26:36
One of those themes being the "Earth" Suite, which is basically Clark's theme, right? I think it's the best one. But I definitely agree with you guys, MoS certainly has themes!

NM2014-11-12 01:08:00
"You know Hybrid, some people were also saying that MoS was "non-thematic", and that it was just random, big, loud noise..."

If all you listened to is the film I could certainly see it that.

I've said it a few times, but I think in the film the music and sound all slushed together to the point that you couldn't tell whose theme was whose, what was going on etc.

But on the album, it's pretty clear what the intention is. I still think Man of Steel is a good album, and I enjoy listening to it and imagining an actually good film in my head, in the same way I listen to the star wars prequel scores.

I didn't have that problem with Interstellar, I could pretty clearly tell which themes were which.

JeffR2014-11-12 03:41:50
Nobody cares? Am I not entitled to my opinion? That would be no different than if I said nobody cares that you liked the score. Unless you've seen the film, you probably have not even heard the score yet since the album is not released yet. Wait until you give it a few listens and I will do the same just to be fair and then tell me it's great after that.

JeffR2014-11-12 03:57:46
... by the way, if you follow the Filmtracks website (one of the most popular soundtrack review websites) they gave Man of Steel ONE star out of five. Seems I'm not alone in my opinion.

bro2014-11-12 04:07:49
Talking about Filmtracks just makes people take you even less seriously. They hold almost zero credibility around here or to most avid film score collectors.

That site is basically the "Fox News/Rush Limbaugh" of the film score community.

guy incognito2014-11-12 05:07:19
Seriously. Citing Filmtracks = credibility suicide. Oops.

badbu2014-11-12 08:54:46
non-thematic? :D
Stay, Imperfect Lock, What Happens Now? etc...

Edmund Meinerts2014-11-12 09:57:47
I disagree. Filmtracks (when there's any new reviews these days) is a fantastic score review site...

...for anything other than Hans Zimmer scores, that is. He seems to have a serious bug up his ass about Hans.

badbu2014-11-12 10:22:40
I rewatched it...
the score is so fu**** amazing!!! Hans you are the boss!
5 days :D

NM2014-11-12 11:28:01
I agree with Edmund, Filmtracks is a good site, but I wish he'd spend more time reviewing other good scores than complaining about Zimmer.

I mean don't get me wrong, the ostinato/bashing drums thing *has* infected mainstream action/drama scoring, but it's unfair to blame that on Zimmer. It's what producers want. And I don't buy this "death of film music" stuff. There's still plenty of great scores being produced if you're willing to look.

For example, last year, the score to Philomena, in my opinion, was the most clever and moving score of the year. How many people here have heard that? Did Clemmensen?

Edmund Meinerts2014-11-12 13:58:29
I heard Philomena, but honestly didn't think it was that memorable. Pretty standard Desplat drama score if you ask me.

I'm with you on the "film music sucks these days" comments. I hate that shit. :/

guy incognito2014-11-12 16:43:49
Clemmensen's ignorance and ineffectiveness as a score "critic" goes beyond his inexplicably moronic allergy to Zimmer's music. The guy laments anything that falls under his "dissonance" umbrella and seems totally incapable of appreciating any music that he deems "challenging" - which as it turns out is a lot of music. Anything experimental or vaguely non-traditional earns his ire. Ridiculous and laughable.

Edmund Meinerts2014-11-12 16:50:50
Is that why he gives very favorable reviews to the second two Matrix scores? Because he can't stand non-traditional approaches and dissonance?

guy incognito2014-11-12 17:39:35
Yes, actually, considering how much more standard they are than the first score. Which is exactly why he seems to favor them, reading the reviews right now.

JeffR2014-11-12 17:47:43
If Filmtracks were indeed the Fox News / Rush Limbaugh of the movie score community as "bro" says, then I would like it even more. Unfortunately, Clemmensen is a self-admitted radical left-wing Obama-supporting loony-tune. I do believe that MOS and IS are both fairly monotonous (boring) scores. Sorry to rain on some peoples parade here but there are many other reviews out there (besides Filmtracks) that agree.

guy incognito2014-11-12 17:54:16
Sorry to rain on YOUR parade, bub, but any number of reviews agreeing with your opinion doesn't make it any more legitimate than an opinion that opposes yours.

JeffR2014-11-12 18:48:55
Hey "Bub" do you think I enjoy having to say I don't care too much for the IS score? It kills me to say that. I have been waiting anxiously for over a year for this score and had high hopes for it but it just is not that good. The themes are just simple ascending note progressions with a lot of long-sustained notes that go on and on. Maybe the actual CD release will have a different mix with some unused material... I am waiting to give it a proper listen but based on hearing it at the theater (in IMAX no less) I was not impressed. My parade is not rained on at all, just sharing my thoughts as everyone else here does.

NM2014-11-12 19:26:58
@guy incognito

"Anything experimental or vaguely non-traditional earns his ire. Ridiculous and laughable."

That's just factually untrue.

And "non-traditional" doesn't equate to 'good'. There's stuff which seems to get an easy pass because it's 'experimental' or 'different'. Steven Price's Gravity score for me, was an example of that. I don't want to beat up on the guy, he's a young (and clearly VERY talented) composer, but it did little to enhance my experience of the film (in fact at the end it actively detracted from it, because all I was thinking was that someone else could've written something better), and nothing for me on CD. Yet everyone loves it for some reason.

My problem with Clemmensen is that he holds Zimmer to a standard that he doesn't his derivatives. It's unfair to say Zimmer does the same old thing, he doesn't. Whether you like his music or not, it's completely untrue to suggest that Man of Steel, Rush, 12 years a slave, Spiderman 2 and Interstellar are all the same.

But in general he's a pretty fair reviewer, and even when I disagree, I usually see where he's coming from.


" I have been waiting anxiously for over a year for this score and had high hopes for it but it just is not that good. The themes are just simple ascending note progressions with a lot of long-sustained notes that go on and on. Maybe"

That's not true though. Study your theory, they're a bit more complex than that.

It's impossible to know how good the music is as a standalone until it comes out on CD. I'm not sure the degree to which I like it as just music, but I do know though that I found it very effective as a complement to the film. For example, I found the first half of the "Day One Dark" track incredibly captivating and frightening, but the organ bit a bit of bludgeon. However it worked really well in the film! So it did its job.


"I heard Philomena, but honestly didn't think it was that memorable. Pretty standard Desplat drama score if you ask me."

It stuck with me. I liked the way the main tune related back to the original fairground. Perhaps, I'm biased though, I loved the film and I loved the fact that a British/Irish indie film on a grim subject matter didn't just get the same old boring, bland, 'gritty', dark score, and actually attempted to address the character and her story, rather than just sit there and say "this film is really dark, y'know. Like, REALLY dark!"

theeaglesfan005 reply Replies: 5 || 2014-11-10 14:58:21
Hybrid, why does the release date on here say 11/17?

iTunes has 18th.
Amazon has 17th.
WaterTower (the official site and whatnot for the OST) has the 18th.

So which is it?

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-10 15:05:08
In Europe it even says 14th...

Well I don't know what's sure is next week we have it... lol

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-12 14:48:14
Well walmart has the release date as 11/17 as well... but only for the regular edition.... so does this mean that regular/standard edition is 11/17 and deluxe is 11/18?

badbu2014-11-12 14:55:23
I think... -> 11/18.

eded2014-11-12 17:04:51
Hybrid : In Which country the soundtrack will be release on November 14th ?.... :)
Thank in advance :)

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-12 19:10:29
Nowhere it seems it was a mistake.

Roopkanth reply Replies: 0 || 2014-11-12 18:29:28
Ur Rocking Hans Zimmer

Alex reply Replies: 0 || 2014-11-12 08:44:40
I just saw this movie today. This next week, until the 18th, will be the longest week of my life.
Even though I've only seen the movie and heard the score once, I plan on experiencing it a lot more, and this is possibly my favorite Zimmer score.
I have never felt so emotionally violated by music in my entire life.

That is all.

Noah reply Replies: 0 || 2014-11-12 07:24:52
Mr. Zimmer,
I have always loved your music but I would have to say that some
of my most favorite cues from you have been during these last 10 years of collaborations with Mr. Nolan. I am currently obsessed over your Interstellar score. What a incredible film and truly incredible score. Thank you again for this work and I look forward to hearing more of your incredible collaborations with Mr. Nolan in the future.
best always,

Russel reply Replies: 15 || 2014-11-11 04:44:35
It seems, based on the Interview with Chris Craker, that we won't have a complete score. "The selection of cues" meaning there are missing cues. Also, it seems that they have inter weaved the tracks with special sound effects and atmospheres from the film, according to Chris. I hope it's not too bad.

Meta2014-11-11 05:38:00
Honestly, based off what I've heard from the film...I won't be missing a complete score anytime soon....

There's a reason why I dont listen to Thin Red Line anymore...

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-11 10:15:44
The film has 45 min of silence, means the CS is between 2h00/2h05.

Which is less than Inception actually (2h18 on a 2h28 film).

badbu2014-11-11 10:21:06
i think we are all happy with the illuminated star projection edition! ;)

Medigo2014-11-11 10:39:57
I could tell there'd be missing cues, and some of the ones we got arent long enough to fit with the complete scenes (Imperfect Lock goes on for 3 more minutes, etc)

But boy do I hope they arent ruining the listening experience with soundeffects too much

Medigo2014-11-11 10:46:47
allthough that would explain why a lot of tracks seem to run longer than the scenes did in the movie

badbu2014-11-11 10:49:26
Illuminated star projection edition -> Over 2 Hours of Music!
I think it is complete... (98%)

Medigo2014-11-11 10:52:55
Eh I think the Star Project just has suites
nice sounding suites tho
if DayOneDark is how they implement SFX (at the start, rather than intruding throughout) I am all for it

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-11 11:02:19
Well I don't know, Day One Dark is a suite that's obviously gonna be in the boxset, it's 7 min long and not in the film. I think the other would be theme suites as well...

And Olivia Safe was on Spidey 2, not IS (she mixed up cause she wasn't said for what project she was recording lol)...

Medigo2014-11-11 11:26:25
to be fair, parts of DayOneDark are in the film in other cues (primarily near the end of the movie)

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-11 11:28:35
I never said this theme was not in the film... It is... But this track is not... :)

Mike2014-11-11 17:40:46
I'm more concerned about SFX than about quantity of music, since a lot of the music repeated itself anyway. I would assume you're just as in-the-dark as the rest of us, but do you know how bad the sound effects stuff will be, Hybrid?

Medigo2014-11-11 18:02:24
I counted even less than 2 hours of music in the movie (dont ask how)

also there actually was rain SFX in the movie as background music, heh

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-11 18:11:12
Well I doubt and hoping there isn't a lof of SFX on this... i mean there is no sound in space anyway ;)

Mike2014-11-11 18:49:47
I didn't hear 2 hours of music in the film, either...

bro2014-11-12 02:59:35
The beginning of Day One Dark has a reference to the part where the black guy in the movie puts on his headphones/CD player and starts listening to rain and thunder recordings.

JeffR reply Replies: 0 || 2014-11-11 17:21:43
Dont get me wrong, I'm a huge Hans Zimmer fan but I just saw Interstellar yesterday and the soundtrack was very minimalistic (but extremely loud) with no outstanding themes. It is just more of the same type of music he did for Inception and Superman with long held out notes and ascending notes. I was very disappointed to tell you the truth. What ever happened to the Hans Zimmer of soundtracks like Crimson Tide and the like?

... reply Replies: 1 || 2014-11-11 16:00:47
Probably what happened:)
Nolan: "Hans, you don’t owe these fans anymore. You’ve given them everything…"
Zimmer: "Not everything. Not yet."

badbu2014-11-11 16:06:53
Particularly, not yet... never :D "lol"

jsdamian reply Replies: 2 || 2014-11-11 10:34:46
and Olivia Safe

Not this one?

omega2014-11-11 10:39:21
not it is in score, hYbrid?

babdu2014-11-11 10:41:25
Not in the movie, maybe on the illuminated star projection edition...

m reply Replies: 20 || 2014-11-10 12:51:39
this philip glass rip-off thing is...
before some dedicated zimmer hater will come here with an all knowing face I say this now: the last big hollywood movie done by Morricone was mission to mars. its a space adventure but also a personal tragedy and the maestro had this idea of using organ...

badbu2014-11-10 12:58:28
and now? ...
he also used strings, piano etc... oh my gosh...what a copycat...

Gunther2014-11-10 13:01:23
At least nobody copied the style of The Dark Knight, haha!

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-10 13:13:53
That's funny Hans was asked about Mission to Mars this morning, he answered that he has never heard Mission to Mars... lol

badbu2014-11-10 13:23:21
haha :D

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-10 13:24:35
And more info on it :

"Richard Harvey conducted Choir and Woodwinds (24 players) at AIR, four pianos.
Gavin Greenaway conducted at Temple Church."

badbu2014-11-10 13:27:34
thanks for the info :)
hope for a making of video :)

Edmund Meinerts2014-11-10 14:50:46
Really? Hans, a self-confessed Morricone fan, never found the time to listen to Mission to Mars? Weird...

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-10 14:58:05
Well if someone could give me the time back when I watched it in theater 14 years ago, I'd take them, this film is beyond terrible... And when I see the early drafts of Interstellar for Spielberg had the same kind of ending, I'm glad Chris Nolan took over... lol

guy incognito2014-11-10 15:11:43
Hybrid, where is that information from? Is there an in-depth interview or something available to watch?

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-10 15:16:07
Well it's from Hans...

He also said Warner will release some making of vid' of the score... :)

badbu2014-11-10 15:18:02
“He also said Warner will release some making of vid' of the score... :)“
YES!!! :) When? :D "lol"

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-10 15:19:17
No idea yet.

badbu2014-11-10 15:21:44
:) thank you Hybrid!

0-cool2014-11-10 17:03:40
where was the choir?

Marc2014-11-10 17:05:20
Wow!! ThE photo in ''See Details'' is REALLY BADASS.... Thanks Hybrid

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-10 17:07:25
Yeah I just modified it, was too big... But it's a great one yep ! :D

badbu2014-11-10 18:12:04
Nice Picture :D

Leo2014-11-10 23:21:35
Is this from the score?

http: // om-interstellar-by-hans-zimmer

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-10 23:29:06
Absolutely not.

It's from Oblivion...

Adam2014-11-11 02:29:59
Some moron slowed down "Fearful Odds' by whatever percent and tried passing it off as something from Interstellar and thought no one would notice. Hah!

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 26 || 2014-11-09 16:11:42
I rewatched it this morning (still THAT awesome, maybe even more)...

So I think Flying Drone is the cue right after the Cornfield Chase (here again, only based on the titles, if that makes any sense lol), when Murph makes it land.

Atmospheric Entry should be just between The Wormhole & "Mountains"...

No Need To Come Back, mmmh before Coward or before I'm Going Home.

Imperfect Lock between Coward & Detach...

What Happens Now? would be before S.T.A.Y.

Do Not Go Gentle is the poem, and First Step doesn't really ring a bell...

Gunther2014-11-09 16:37:44
Why were the links to the audio recordings on YouTube deleted? :P

Medigo2014-11-09 16:40:47
did you hear Day One Dark anywhere in the movie btw?

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-09 16:44:46
Day One Dark is obviously a theme suite. The track itself is not in the movie but you will want to check Coward and Imperfect Lock when it's available ! ;)

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-09 16:46:34
this is what I have come up with after 2 viewings

Interstellar Film Order:
Dream Of The Crash (3:55)
Cornfield Chase (2:06)
Flying Drone (1:53)
Dust (5:41)
Day One (3:19)
A Place Among The Stars (3:27)
Stay (6:52)
The Wormwhole (1:30)
Atmospheric Entry (1:40)
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night (1:39)
Mountains (3:39)
Running Out (1:57)
Afraid Of Time (2:32)
No Need To Come Back (4:32)
Message From Home (1:40)
I'm Going Home (5:48)
Coward (8:26)
Imperfect Lock (6:54)
Detach (6:42)
S.T.A.Y. (6:23)
Where We're Going (7:41)
What Happens Now? (2:26)
First Step (1:47)

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-09 16:51:23
You think What Happens Now? would go there ?

It's the sentence he says when he enters you know what, so just before "S.T.A.Y."... :D

Medigo2014-11-09 17:14:19
Yeah that docking scene sounds like a variation drawn from DayOneDark

and it its a suite, I imagine the other 4 unknown tracks are suites as well

so some unreleased music will probably still happen

babdu2014-11-09 17:24:52
i hope the track from the docking scene is on the soundtrack :)

badbu2014-11-09 18:42:12
Hybrid, do you think the music from the docking scene is on the soundtrack?:)

Zimson2014-11-09 18:59:46
Can't the Day One Dark theme be heard when Cooper and Tars try to manually dock the ship after Mann has destroyed the docking station?

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-09 19:00:46
Yes Badbu ! Imperfect Lock it will be (well I think it is lol) ! Even the tracklength matches the cue...

Jeez I'm dying waiting for that soundtrack, Hans was evil letting it out so late after... :( :( :( :(

Ds2014-11-09 19:15:43
I rewatched it this morning, too! It was even better than the first time around. Perfect movie. Perfect score. Can't wait to hear "Stay" again, it's hauting me now...

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-09 19:34:07
Yeah Ds I know right ! Amazing theme & cue ! :O :O :O

I wouldn't call the movie perfect, I don't think movies can be perfect, but for sure it's one hell of a ride... I see something like around 80 movies in theater every year, and for sure in 2014 it blasts everything else I've seen. It was since Rush I hadn't seen a film that blew me away and I so wanted to see again like immediatly...

Ds2014-11-09 19:49:56
For me it's also the best I've seen this year (out of 70 movies so far). It's funny because my number 1 movie of last year was Gravity (I saw it like 4 times in cinema), and this year it's Interstellar... I didn't know I was such a fan of space :p

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-09 20:02:09
I rewatched Gravity last week... And if the film is greatly done, good acting, great score, it's pretty much all... The rest, the writing & all is just empty like space itself... It's all about how it's done, and rewatching it was not really interesting to me...

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-09 20:33:23
hybrid, no it's not

He says it at the end

theeaglesfan005 2014-11-09 20:35:22
and actually do no go gentle goes before wormhole as pro. brand says it before they go to Saturn

Interstellar Film Order:
Dream Of The Crash (3:55)
Cornfield Chase (2:06)
Flying Drone (1:53)
Dust (5:41)
Day One (3:19)
A Place Among The Stars (3:27)
Stay (6:52)
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night (1:39)
The Wormwhole (1:30)
Atmospheric Entry (1:40)
Mountains (3:39)
Running Out (1:57)
Afraid Of Time (2:32)
No Need To Come Back (4:32)
Message From Home (1:40)
I'm Going Home (5:48)
Coward (8:26)
Imperfect Lock (6:54)
Detach (6:42)
S.T.A.Y. (6:23)
Where We're Going (7:41)
What Happens Now? (2:26)
First Step (1:47)

badbu2014-11-09 22:24:47
Thanks Hybrid :) I want it NOW!!!
Btw, Stay is so awesome :)

Ds2014-11-09 23:00:13
Hybrid, as you may suspect I strongly disagree about Gravity. If you want to look at it in a "traditional" way, of course it may lack writing, or something people call a "plot". However I think it was meant to be lived as a sensorial experience, it's litterally 85min under the skin of an astronaut under extreme circumstances. Added to this, the direction, cinematography, visuals and sound-design/score were all top-notch. I had a blast everytime I saw it (4 times in the cinema, and then several times at home). Far more than I expect of any 85-minute movie :p

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-09 23:14:34
Glad it works for you... :)

I'm not saying it's a bad film, but yeah "relativity", I found its 85 min to be much slower than the 160 Interstellar ! lol

Ds2014-11-09 23:27:02
It's true that Interstellar was incredibly dense and intense. And by the way, my God, I still have the "Stay" theme stuck in my head, I'm becoming totally crazy. I need the score. 2 weeks after release is TOO LONG!!

Meta2014-11-10 04:22:14
Honestly I think Im done with this movie. Like Gravity, it's one of those kinds of films you watch once and never again....

I watched it. It was a huge spectacle. I don't need to go back and revisit it....

Hans score, on the other hand, will have to wait and see...

Jo2014-11-10 07:29:54
Re: Gravity and Interstellar...

I think you're both right (apart from the fact that's it all taste lol)

I totally agree that Gravity is not about the plot, and for me also not about the acting. It's totally about the visuals and they way they are filmed, edited, mixed with the music/sound etc etc. I love it for that. The message is in the images so to speak.

But Interstellar, while the images are beautiful as well, has of course lots of plot. And it's what I'd expect from a Nolan movie: deep, socio-critical, embracing science and new ideas,... the Nolans have their own philosophy and they put it in their writing. I agree with the philosophy, so I love their films.

badbu2014-11-10 08:10:51
7 days! :D

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-10 11:09:02
7 days before you die you see the ring... :( lol

badbu2014-11-10 11:11:42

Medigo2014-11-10 23:44:35
Finally saw the movie

Do Not Go Gentle could be from scene after the wormhole, but the time doesnt fit I think

First Step may just be the music for when they board the Endurance

otherwise I dont think much major is missing, mostly short cues before they go through the wormhole

I do hope that we get that very quiet slow theme as they pass Saturn

badu reply Replies: 28 || 2014-11-08 10:25:20
Oh my gosh!!! This is the best Score i've ever heard!!! Thank you so much Hans! Nothing like inception or TDK but so emotional!!! Amazing! Can't find the right words for this :) i wan't the score now! :D hope for a second oscar:) Amazing!!! Thank you!

Edmund Meinerts2014-11-08 10:40:04
Really? The best score you've EVER heard? Without having even heard it on album yet?

Can we tone down the crazed fanboy frothing-at-the-mouth just a tad, guy?

badbu2014-11-08 10:47:28
What fanboy?... i sah the film and for me the music is amazing!!! So emotional!

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-08 10:48:58
Edmund, since when people need albums to judge a score ?

Are you crazy ?

It's film music !

badbu2014-11-08 10:53:32
thanks Hybrid!

trent easton navarro2014-11-08 10:54:24
That's quite a bold statement to make and imo also impossible. After having seen the film once, you already know this is your all time favorite score? Either A, you haven't heard many scores, or B, you're quite fond of using hyperboles

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-08 11:00:19
I'm not fond of "the best score I've heard" either... I mean, I don't like comparing scores, I just love them or I don't, and of course some I revisit all the time more than others... But trying to create a rating or a scale is pointless, at least to me...

badbu 2014-11-08 11:07:42
Yes, i think it is my favorite.
Because i've never heard a so emotional score from Hans! When i listen to the music i think i can look in Hans heart!

Edmund Meinerts2014-11-08 11:11:33
Yeah, you're right, Hybrid. We should stop releasing scores on album altogether. That would make ALL of us happy.

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-08 11:22:40
I'm not saying that (and you know a few years back HGW said that releasing film scores made no sense lol), but it's not like you HAVE to listen a score outside to have an opinion.

Actually, all these people reviewing scores of films they have NOT seen don't make sense...

Ds2014-11-08 11:25:54
Have to agree with Edmund here. While it's indeed a terrific and very inventive and personal score, I think it's just too early to claim it is "the best score ever". The movie's been out for a few days, the soundtrack hasn't even been released... I mean, maybe it IS Zimmer's best score, but it's too early to know it. It's impossible to compare new music you've just experienced, to music you know by heart since you're a kid. You have to let it grow and see what you'll think of it in 1 or 6 months, or even several years later.

Like, the Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack took me a good 6 months to fully appreciate. The first time around, I thought it was a fun little score, now I think it is simply brilliant and can't stop listening to it.

greg2014-11-08 12:32:40
I like Zimmer i always have, always will.
But you guys really have to pay attention to what you are saying. Best score ever? have you ever listened to all the score that has been released since the begining of the film industry?
Zimmer could record a score of him making noises with his fork in his plate you will still say its the best thing ever created in the whole universe.

NM2014-11-08 13:45:31
I enjoyed the film a lot, it was great experience. I'm looking forward to seeing it again in a less crowded theatre. The bit where Cooper fell in was genuinely frightening and I don't often feel scared by films - but it was visceral. Great stuff.

I think the score was very *effective*, which is why it's being mentioned in a lot of the reviews, more-so than scores often are. It picked its moments well.

badbu2014-11-08 15:39:59
Whats wrong with you? Thats my feelings...

Adam2014-11-08 18:11:23
Ds, while it may have taken you a whopping 6 months to become attached to TASM2, it may not have taken that long for others. Everyone is different. Some people can develop an appreciation for something early on, some can comprehend things more than others. If someone says this is their favorite score, only they can know that. How can you say it's not? I do think it is still early, but there's no doubt this will be many a people's favorite score.

Mike2014-11-08 18:34:31
Sometimes it doesn't take long at all for a score to become a favorite. The Last Samurai I heard once when I saw the film, and even without having listened to it by itself yet, I felt pretty certain it was a favorite. Sometimes scores do take time to get used to (I didn't really like TASM2 when I first heard it; now I appreciate it a lot more), but in my experience, that's a rarity.

Ds2014-11-08 18:39:46
Adam, I don't think you got my point. Of course this can become some people's favorite score (and maybe mine, too). Everyone is entitled to his opinion, art is highly subjective, I know that and I respect that.

What I'm just saying is that it is way too early to classify it as "the best score ever", since our appreciation of something new is always different from our appreciation of something we've known and explored for years.

Anyway I think the point is that badu was just being enthusiastic about this movie and score, and I'm with him on that.

Ds2014-11-08 18:50:10
Mike I get your point but to me there's a big difference between "liking a score" and "discovering and embracing its full richness". You know, all the small details, textures, that you don't always notice during the movie and that end up being your favourite things.

Mike2014-11-08 18:53:21
Okay, that's a fair point. :)

Zimson2014-11-08 22:20:44
The perception of music and art in general is highly subjective, so what's the point of discussing it? It's like Hans said, either you like it or not. I'm totally on Hybrid's side.

NM2014-11-09 02:11:13
"The perception of music and art in general is highly subjective, so what's the point of discussing it? "

With respect that's a really silly thing to say.

If we didn't discuss anything subjective there'd be no reason for this site to exist.

JamesT2014-11-09 07:26:19
So, I had the pleasure of seeing this in IMAX, which required some effort on my part, since there is not an IMAX theater within three hours of where I live.

Ummm, WOW. What an experience -- I have never, lol. I have seen many films in that same theater, most recently The Equalizer, MOS, and others. I was awestruck by the visuals and the sound literally shook the seats and took my breath away at several points.

There's really no point to comment on the spectacular bond between the film and the score -- in my mind, this is personally the best example I have ever seen -- ever.

The transitions in the film created a lot of tension for me -- things moved fast, then everything got incredibly cerebral. So, I need to see it again, and will. At one point, I felt like I did after I watched The Sixth Sense -- the clues that were not obvious UNTIL they were obvious.

I walked away from the film looking for a personal characterization, something I could rationalize in my mind. It was overwhelming on many levels -- what I ultimately arrived at for me in a single word is COMPELLING, in the strongest sense.

I really don't think I have been moved and personally impacted this much by a score from Hans. I've read all the articles and the pretenses about the genesis of the score -- the score has a heart beat to it. And, in that respect, a comprehensive human element -- love, family, responsibility, desire, will, sacrifice, failure, imagination, etc. The score is every bit of all of these things.

I cannot congratulate Chris and Hans more for this ultimate work of art. Now, waiting for the initial score release and the deluxe one in December is painful enough! Cornfield Chase, Coward, STAY, Imperfect Lock.....

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-09 08:27:45
Well NM this site is here for information, if you notice I have never posted any reviews... lol

Zimson2014-11-09 12:38:20
@NM It's silly? Well, you won't change any opinion with words, at least not mine.

Ds2014-11-09 14:44:28
Hybrid, yet there's a " rating" and a "fans rating"... Information? :p

Hybrid Soldier2014-11-09 14:54:27
I gave my point on that already if you'd follow. If it was just me I'd erase it all.

Ds2014-11-09 15:09:31
I know your opinion about that, but here I thought you were speaking about the purpose of this site, which is clearly not only for information since it contains such things as ratings and comments.

Meta2014-11-10 04:17:49
Zimmer seems to be going through an experimental phase....

This score was different...Was it good? I can't really say...It was more Thin Red Line with a Pipe Organ than anything else....

Honestly I don't remember any themes at all. Surprised may of you caught them....

Jo2014-11-10 07:22:41
Finally saw the film!

A truly beautiful film, and a real Nolan. I know some people like it, some don't, but I think you either like Nolan's way of thinking and writing or you don't. I love him, and I remain a fan.

As for the music, I was so happy to find that the music from the very first trailer was actually what I'd call the "main theme". I thought we hadn't heard any music of HZ in the trailers, and I'm glad this one was actually his. I love it. Always have since the trailer came out :)

I think the way they mixed the music with the film is perfect. But I can't say much else about the music. It was not as much "right in your face" as with the other Nolan films, and apart from a few scenes, I really have no memory of the music to make any judgments. I can't wait to hear it on soundtrack, though!

In Nolan and Zimmer I trust.

eded reply Replies: 0 || 2014-11-09 19:21:22
One week and we will have this fabulous score ! Thank you Mister Zimmer for this soundtrack... :D

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