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Heitor Pereira, Satnam Ramgotra and Richard Harvey are credited musiciansSounds like a Zimmer version of the Top Gun Anthem to me. Whoever did it, it works!me who seldom watch any of these superhero movies and remakes went and saw the new aladdin last weekend.<br><br>based on my own experience of that remake i have come to the conclusion that maybe some of the reviewers are stuck-up and not open-minded? i did enjoy the new takes on some of the songs. the new movie felt like that. a new different movie to me. <br><br>i decided that i will go and watch these movies for myself now. and i would not watch (or listen to original scores) in advance to build up expectation. i will go and enjoy my time and the songs.<br><br>that's all &#175;\_(&#12484;)_/&#175; you can't please everyone.To be honest. I love the bonus score tracks, nut those remixes are a wazte of disc soace in my opinion. I would've rather have 20 extra minutes of score.<br><br>Let the Complete Score come!For everyone that's heard it, is the Deluxe Edition worth a double dip?
@Hybrid is this the combination of FYC promotional score + official release by LLL?Use your hybrid skills to unravel the mysteries of the score.Cuesheet is blank.oh yes please, including Balfe - dont start yelling, Im just really curious who did whatFinally! It would be nice to have composers credits
@DT<br>Disney definitely tries to put quality into their projects, which is why I admire them. As youve said, WDAS and Pixar are both churning out some excellent and original films. Even Marvel, despite its formula and flaws, tries new things with the films and stick closely to the source material. <br><br>The problem with the remakes is that they seem to be nothing more than cash-grabs that prey on nostalgia. If you are going to retell a beloved story at least try something different and exciting, instead of trying to copy/paste what everyone has seen.This is where I wish we could edit our comments.<br><br>Not only do you have WDAS doing mostly-new movies (I hesitate to say 'original') but you have Pixar doing them as well. Toy Story 4 was their last sequel for the foreseeable future, with them even eschewing the popular option of doing an Inside Out sequel for original projects.I feel like people are overreacting in a way that suggests these remakes have far more power than they actually do. The studio that makes them is separate from every other studio. WDAS is still creating new content and will be for many, many years to come, long after the remakes have had their heyday.<br><br>If anything, the proliferation of superhero films is far more likely to drown out originality on that front: there are multiple studios doing it.Order I went with for the album<br><br>Everything I Need (Film Version)<br>Arthur		<br>Home Invasion (Bonus Track)<br>It Wasn't Meant To Be<br>Permission To Come Aboard<br>Ask the&#8239;Sea (Bonus Track)<br>Atlantean Soldiers<br>Ahab Waves (Bonus Track)<br>Saving Pops (Bonus Track)	Soundtrack	0	1<br>Swimming Lessons	<br>Kingdom of Atlantis<br>The Legend of Atlan	<br>The Ring of Fire	<br>What Does That Even Mean?Soundtrack	0	<br>Obligation (Bonus Track)	<br>Dunes (Bonus Track)	<br>Map In a Bottle<br>Mera&#8239;Montage	<br>The Black Manta	<br>Trench Engaged (From Kingdom of the Trench)	Soundtrack	0	<br>Reunited		<br>What Could Be Greater Than a King?<br>Suited and Booted		<br>Between Land and Sea		<br>He Commands the Sea	<br>Ocean To Ocean (feat. Rhea)	<br>Everything I Need		<br>Suited & Booted (Our Empire Remix)<br>The Black Manta (feat. Jim Davies) [Future Funk Squad Remix]<br>Atlantean Soldiers (Glen Nicholls 'March In Formation' Remix)	<br>Kingdom of Atlantis (Glen Nicholls 'Escape to Atlantis' Remix)Same here. The cue I want the most is We Strike First.
@Edmund<br>I cant agree enough. These remakes suffer from the issue of being inferior to the original source material, mainly because they rely so heavily on copying the originals so heavily. Im not necessarily against Disney updating their classics if they are willing to do new takes on the material. Take Jungle Book for example; they were able to do something fresh with the concept while keeping elements of the animated film. Even Maleficent, which Im not crazy about, tried something new. <br><br>Another BIG issue Ive noticed is the fact that they lean towards hiring actors who cannot sing, or at least cannot sing on the level required. Emma Watson, Will Smith, Chiwetel Ejiofor, etc.Best shot <br>It wasnt meant to be<br>Home invasion<br>Ahab waves (0:39-end)<br>Permission to come aboard?<br>Ask the sea<br>Ahab waves (0:00-0:38)<br>Saving pops<br>Swimming lessons<br>Kingdom of atlantis<br>Legend of atlan<br>Ring of fire<br>What does that even mean?<br>Ocean to ocean<br>Obligation<br>Dunes<br>Map in a bottle<br>Black manta<br>Mera montage<br>Between land and sea<br>Trench engaged<br>What could be greater than a king?<br>Suited and booted<br>He commands the sea<br>Reunited<br>Everything i need<br><br>"Arthur" and "Atlantean Soldiers" are probably suitesJust want shrike death cue!I feel as though Menken did a bit more to differentiate his 2017 Beauty and the Beast from the 1991 one. The major pieces like "Prologue" and "Transformation" were left relatively intact but otherwise the rewrite was a bit more substantial than what Zimmer and crew did here. Compare the final battle music from the original (which consists to a large degree of upbeat instrumental versions of "Be Our Guest") to the remake (which is largely serious, straightforward orchestral action music). I haven't heard his new Aladdin so I'm not sure what the old:new ratio was there.<br><br>I'm not necessarily complaining, this is basically what I expected the score would be from the moment it was announced. The problem lies deeper, with the entire premise of these pointless remakes that allow very little wiggle room for freshness or creativity. Of course, I have no doubt this movie will make north of a billion dollars and give the Disney execs further license to print money. Maybe by the time they've remade every single film in their vault enough time will have passed that they can just start from the beginning again and nobody need ever be subject to the indignity of an original story ever again.It's a variation of the theme Anthem from the first Top Gun film by Harold Faltermeyer.
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Into The Woods
Label: Walt Disney Records
Length: 96'25
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CD1
  1. Prologue: Into The Woods - Company (14:35)
  2. Cinderella At The Grave - Joanna Riding (1:41)
  3. Hello, Little Girl - Johnny Depp & Lilla Crawford (2:32)
  4. Rapunzel's Song - Mackenzie Mauzy (0:56)
  5. The Cape As Red As Blood (0:42)
  6. The Cow As White As Milk - Emily Blunt & James Corden (0:30)
  7. Magic Beans (1:27)
  8. Rapunzel's Hair (1:24)
  9. Granny's Cottage (1:37)
  10. I Know Things Now - Lilla Crawford (2:05)
  11. The Beanstalk Grows (0:29)
  12. Cinderella Runs (0:54)
  13. A Very Nice Prince - Anna Kendrick & Emily Blunt (1:32)
  14. Giants In The Sky - Daniel Huttlestone (2:27)
  15. "Who Cares!" (0:31)
  16. Baker And Wife Part (0:34)
  17. Princes' Fanfare (0:17)
  18. Agony - Chris Pine & Billy Magnussen (2:33)
  19. The Forbidden Tower (2:20)
  20. "May I Compare This Ear Of Corn?" (0:48)
  21. It Takes Two - Emily Blunt & James Corden (2:31)
  22. Two Midnights Gone (0:35)
  23. One Day Left (0:59)
  24. Stay With Me - Meryl Streep (3:15)
  25. Jack Chops Down The Beanstalk (1:23)
  26. On The Steps Of The Palace - Anna Kendrick (3:15)
  27. "She Won't Go Far With One Shoe" (0:59)
  28. Searching For Cinderella (1:06)
  29. Careful My Toe - Christine Baranski, Tammy Blanchard & Lucy Punch (1:11)
  30. The Slipper Fits (1:13)
  31. Rapunzel's Tear (1:20)
  32. "This Cow Is Covered With Flour" (0:50)
  33. Almost Midnight (1:08)
  34. The Witch's Transformation (1:35)
CD2
  1. Ever After (Instrumental) (1:16)
  2. Back Into The Woods (0:50)
  3. Find The Boy (1:32)
  4. Witch's Lament - Meryl Streep (1:16)
  5. Any Moment - Chris Pine & Emily Blunt (1:41)
  6. Moments In The Woods - Emily Blunt (3:08)
  7. Your Fault - Daniel Huttlestone, James Corden, Lilla Crawford, Meryl Streep & Anna Kendrick (1:57)
  8. Last Midnight - Meryl Streep (3:35)
  9. No More (Instrumental) (2:38)
  10. The Far Away Prince (1:05)
  11. No One is Alone - Anna Kendrick, James Corden, Lilla Crawford & Tom Huttlestone (2:59)
  12. The Giant Attack (2:13)
  13. Finale/Children Will Listen (Part 1) - James Corden, Emily Blunt, Meryl Streep & Company (3:32)
  14. Finale/Children Will Listen (Part 2) - Company (1:45)
  15. Stay With Me (Instrumental) (2:39)
  16. Last Midnight (Instrumental) (3:45)
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Jay The Dinosaur reply Replies: 0 || 2014-12-15 23:34:29
thanks for adding this hybrid. :) didn't know matt was an arranger.

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Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 3 || 2014-11-28 23:15:34
This will be interesting...

Actually Matthew served here as Music Arranger / Score Adaptation with Mike Higham, using Sondheim's material.


Adam2014-11-29 02:09:13
I'm really excited for this one! So it's still all of Sondheim's material, right? No Matt Margeson cues?


Hybrid Soldier2014-11-29 09:39:40
It's Sondheim's material adaptated by Matt & Mike Higham... lol


Zimson2014-11-29 15:40:14
It's adapted from the musical, just like Sweeney Todd. There will still be a need for additional music.

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