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I actually don't know which I prefer. I guess nostalgia might be clouding my judgement, since the album version was the one used on the DVD menu. Both are still pretty good, nonetheless.Yeah no contest IMO, it's much more dynamic and more "Powell-y" compared to that Superman-style rhythm he uses in the album version and elsewhere in the score. Must have been a hasty last-minute redo or something to not show up on the album.The films Powell is currently choosing allow him to write much more interesting music than your average Marvel movie... ;)<br><br>Excited for Call of the Wild in a few weeks.Does anyone know what the correct chronological tracklist for this would be?Honestly, i think i will be that few people who likes Lights Out. But his best horror score is A Cure for Wellness
Thatís a cool choice, Iím hoping for something more like ďItĒ and less like ďLightís OutĒ.Wallfisch has compose the score for The Invisible Man, another horror score for the best guy today for the jobPowell has his personal reasons, but I sincerely hope he comes around to do another superhero score again, especially for MARVEL since his style isnít fit for the likes of DC as of now.I like the film version of Bathroom Titles better.LOL!<br><br>He has had some experience with animated projects, Iím interested to hear him do more diverse projects like that.
I will never understand when people can't stand people opinions and 'attack' them.<br><br>If some loves Trent Reznor (i hate the guy's music), is his opinion and i no one to say nothing about it.Bring on the remixes!LOL!!! You have no idea about film music<br>====================<br><br><br>It's his opinion, my friend.<br><br>And his opinion is equally as valid as the opinion of someone who thinks this score is the worst crap ever. Why? Because when it comes to appreciating art (movies, books, music...) it is all completely subjective. <br><br>I always use this example: I have two friends - educated, family men - who have seen The Godfather. One of them thinks it's one of the greatest movies ever, while the other one barely finished watching it. <br><br>At the end of the day, just because a group of people (film critics, film buffs, etc) proclaim that something is "good" or "bad" doesn't mean that it's automatically a holy statement that everyone should agree with. <br><br>We are all different :)<br><br>Cheers!Judging by the clips of this movie, it will be a good choice.<br><br>I can't wait for this one, after seeing those clipsAccording to Film Music Reporter, Tom is also scoring Scoob!
MMichaels LOL!!! You have no idea about film musicFantastic score by Balfe.Best action score writer to come from RCP since Powell for sure .It hits all the same notes you would expect out of a feel good sports movie, but the performances and real life story really add a lot to it, as does Rabinís score.<br>=======================<br><br><br>Well said! <br><br>Agreed.I've demanded for it to be removed a long time ago... Maybe in 10 years, who knows...RIP to a legend....<br><br>Just rewatched Coach Carter a few weeks back. It hits all the same notes you would expect out of a feel good sports movie, but the performances and real life story really add a lot to it, as does Rabinís score.
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Trevor RabinPaul Linford
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Coach Carter (Complete Score)
Label: Unofficial Release
Length: 47'36
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  1. Locker Room Post Game (0:21)
  2. Cruz Versus Carter (1:21)
  3. Quick Feet (0:35)
  4. Cruz Fake Out (0:25)
  5. Hercules Free Throw (1:13)
  6. Cruz Rejoins Team (1:06)
  7. Kyra & Kenyon Talk (1:48)
  8. Drills (0:44)
  9. Team Effort For Cruz (1:28)
  10. Richmond Beats Kennedy (0:45)
  11. Truant Team Members (1:19)
  12. Coach Confronts Garrison (0:46)
  13. Willa & Junior Battle (2:13)
  14. Richmond Pulls Ahead (1:41)
  15. Richmond Wins (1:43)
  16. Empty Rooms (0:21)
  17. Cab Driver (0:24)
  18. Scolding On Bus (1:55)
  19. Cruz Walks Out Again (0:59)
  20. Garrison Visits Coach (1:17)
  21. System Designed To Fail (1:49)
  22. Lock-Out Montage (2:54)
  23. Renny Gunned Down (2:27)
  24. The Vote (0:52)
  25. Team Supports Coach (2:53)
  26. Arlington Game (1:59)
  27. Kenyon & Kyra Makeup (1:38)
  28. Saint Francis Draw (1:20)
  29. The Game (2:12)
  30. Oilers Come Back (2:52)
  31. Final Shot (4:29)
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Bayhem reply Replies: 2 || 2020-01-27 17:47:18
Listening to Rabin's two powerful "basketball scores" - this one and Glory Road. In memory of the great Kobe! RIP, legend!


mpolonest123 2020-01-27 18:18:36
RIP to a legend....

Just rewatched Coach Carter a few weeks back. It hits all the same notes you would expect out of a feel good sports movie, but the performances and real life story really add a lot to it, as does Rabinís score.


Bayhem2020-01-27 20:48:37
It hits all the same notes you would expect out of a feel good sports movie, but the performances and real life story really add a lot to it, as does Rabinís score.
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Well said!

Agreed.

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