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The Tracklist Of This movie has Been Released At film Music reporter And Film Music Site. There Us much Of The Score By Atli Örvarsson And Various Artists:<br><br>1.Nobody Gets Out Alive<br>(Samuel L.jackson)<br>2.Hello(Lionel Ritchie)<br>3.Hitman's Bodyguard(Atli Örvarsson)<br>4.Ships On The Ocean(Kunior Well's Chicago Blues Band)<br>5.Smells Like Ass Back Here<br>(Atli Örvarsson)<br>6.Jag Didn't Smells Like Ass <br>(Atli Örvarsson)<br>7.I Want To Know What Love Is<br>(Foreigner)<br>8.Amsterdam Chase(Dmitri Golovko)<br>9.Black Betty(Spiderbait)<br>10.Little Quennie(Chuck Berry)<br>11.One Of The Good Guys?<br>(Atli Örvarsson)<br>12.Kincaid's Gospel<br>(Atli Örvarsson)<br>13.Dukovish(Atli Örvarsson)<br>14.Broken Wing(Atli Örvarsson)<br>15.Dancing In The Moonlight<br>(King Harvest)<br><br>Atli Örvarsson:Composer<br>Additional Music By Claudio Olachea & Dmitri Golovko<br>Music Supervisor By Selena ArizanonicHas anyone had any luck getting an autograph after one of his concerts? Going to one soon.*four. Yes, I can do math. :PI like that Lorne is directly credited on Regimental Brothers and End Titles. Ditto Wallfisch with Home, Variation 15, and End Titles. That's three credits from the start!I agree, but this one is much better.
It probably felt less emotionally engaging because we've been fed with emotions like friendships, love, joy or sorrow in most of the films. Dunkirk was emotionally engaging with emotions like fear of death, longing to go home. Hope this gives you another perspectiveDivisive opinion:<br>I honestly wasn't crazy about the film. It wasn't bad, and the score was very appropriate, but I felt they could have done something different to not just be visually engaging, but emotionally engaging. Maybe I'm crazy, I'm seeing it again today, but that's my initial reaction.@Hari "I am afraid?"<br><br>There is no need to fear. Lol.<br>They have been doing this since ... always<br>Filmtracks since 2003.<br>The problem is that HZ has no formal musical training and this will always put him on a step down when compared to those who have or who in one way or another try to follow in a more orchestral way."At least for people who claim to be more cultured"<br><br>--------------------------------------------------<br><br>@Hari No! He never assumed that. The other day, I think in BvS or Boss Baby review, he commented that people accuse him of always bashing HZ works in exchange for views. But he denies, saying he does this to make it clear that not all people are satisfied with the current situation of the scores produced these days. And that HZ has yes, his share of guilt about it.<br><br>--------------------------------------------------<br><br>I do not like hatred in what he writes. First because it influences other reviewers to do the same and second because it is not 100% fair.<br><br>For PoTC 5, for example, he gave 3 stars. While the other scores of the franchise were always migrating between 1 and 2 stars.<br>If everyone had 3 stars, with the exception of the 4 effort, I'd be okay with that.And his justification for this is that Geoff is ridding the music of the damage franchise brought by Hans. WTF?<br><br>But at the end of the day I'm okay with that too.<br>----------------------------------------------<br>I make it clear that I do not have so much trouble with the way he review the scores. No problem. The problem is the use of hate words whenever it comes with a score review by Hans.<br><br>He called Captain Philips of a piece of shit. Even if I agree with him that it is bad, is sad that you read this. But okay.<br>Wonder Woman wasn't too bad :Dits just Tick Took effect, Great for the Movie but so Disappointed As an Album.<br>
You misunderstood me, everything I've heard about the score excited me and I still am very excited to see the movie and to hear the score. I was one of the people who defended Hans' approach early on when "Supermarine" was released. I like what i've heard from the score and I don't want a melody or a main theme. (even though it seems like Supermarine can count as a main theme from what I've heard about the score)<br><br>My issue is with the 11 track 59 minute album. Let's take "The Mole" for example, I've been told that at the 2:00 mark there was a section that's in the movie but was cut out of the track so "The Mole" would've been much longer than 5 minutes. That section is one of my favorite things about the score (it was featured in the prologue). The first clip with Mark Rylance featured music that is similar to the end of "The Mole" but it's not the same cue and it doesn't appear elsewhere on the album. <br>I'm a big, big fan of Hans and Nolan but the fact that they keep screwing up their soundtrack official releases is bothersome to me.@Hari<br><br>Oh really? For any reviewer out there, if you can't go in without some bias you shouldn't review it. It's a shame too, he is one of the few score reviewers who really breaks down and analyzes the music. Oh well....@ahmad when u'll watch the movie u'll see that it does not need any cues or melodies or main theme. and hopefully u'll understand<br>basically, the main character of the movie is an idea hence the music.<br>Where does the filmtracks guy admit that?I totally get what you're saying @Guitwo, that's why I'm not judging the score itself, I'm just bummed at how the album seems like an after thought. The fact that I'll be walking out of the movie wanting to listen to my favorite cues but I won't be able to bothers me a lot. Anyway, I'm seeing it on Thursday.
Ahmad: Wait until you watch the movie bro... i did not risk myself watching anything but the prologue for one time only... I did not listen to supermarine beforehand... you have to discover this score in the movie.<br>it's probably the sole purpose of this score because it's just so important into context.It is just mind boggling tbh... it's probably what nolan tried to pursue in his last three movies but couldn't totally achieve.<br>An entire movie, without breathing room or time out and a supreme mastercraft for building cmplexe narratives, mind f***ing characters' arc and he challenges "the truth" and "the fact" and the ambiguity of the truth/fact in the next scene constantly. this is insane... this is just insane... and it's gonna get a lot of hate because of it. <br>it is very modern interpretation of our H24 media oriented word and the different pov you can have, and the angle you choose to take... damn... damn...damn.<br>It ain't your classical war movie, it's really truly an immersive experience of war for 1h37 minutes which is truly daring and original in cinema. I haven't seen a war movie like that so farAfter a couple of listens, *not judging the score but judging the album release itself* it's not bad it's just incomplete and that's coming from some who has only seen the prologue and clips from the movie. I wish there would be an isolated score option or a complete musical experience release similar to La La Land (even though that was a musical but it'd still work). <br><br>Hybrid, I know I'm fighting a war by myself here but is there any chance for the prologue music to be released as a bonus track?Finally end titles included for this moviesmpolonest123, he's actually admitted to using Zimmer to draw numbers to his site a few months back, so there goes his credibility. When it comes to Zimmer, no matter how much he tries to lie and cower otherwise, he is without a doubt severely biased against him and has resorted multiple times to bashing him more than actually analysing his music. A reviewer who has lost his touch of professionalism long ago, I'm afraid.
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Steve JablonskyJon Aschalew
ComposerAmbient Music Design
Deepwater Horizon
Label: Warner Bros. Records (Digital Download Only)
Length: 62'33 (Score: 57'45)
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  1. Taming The Dinosaurs (4:12)
  2. The Rig (4:49)
  3. The Monster (3:01)
  4. Hope Is Not A Tactic (3:54)
  5. Negative Pressure Test (4:57)
  6. Well From Hell (4:35)
  7. Cut The Pipe (5:34)
  8. Mud (5:19)
  9. Stop The Crane (2:03)
  10. Fire On The Rig (3:16)
  11. Burn Or Jump (5:09)
  12. Roll Call (7:44)
  13. Home (3:12)
  14. Take Me Down - Gary Clark, Jr. (4:48)
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jjluffy reply Replies: 17 || 2016-09-27 00:10:20
ggggrrrrrrrrrr, tictictictic, ccrrrrrrrrrssssshhhhhhh ... that's all I heard listening to the Deepwater Horizon. The movie makes me want but compsition Steve Jablonsky is unbearable listen-only. Gone is the time of the first Transformers. Jablonsky disappoints me more and more to serve us sound design. to believe that he knows more compose MUSIC ...


Bondo2016-09-27 05:12:28
...or more likely the director/producers wanted something more akin to sound design than melody.


Morgan Joylighter2016-09-27 09:11:49
I realize there are some harsh tracks akin to Battleship but if you just skip to the end you will find the final cue is one of the most gorgeous and emotional of Jablonsky's career :)


Brent2016-09-27 09:12:18
Don't always blame the composer. More often than not, it's a combination of director, producer(s) and studio.


Evenstar2016-09-27 11:15:55
Steve said in an interview that they didn't want a orchestral score, so he made it completely on his computer. Check interview here: youtube.com/watch?v=Glr-dgumGgo


MrZimmerFan2016-09-27 11:30:58
The movie is about a disaster with real people, don't fit a orchestral epic dramatic score, more a electronic, dark, gritty score.

Everyone expect orchestral when don't fit in every movie...


Edmund Meinerts2016-09-27 17:32:14
I don't really see how the movie's subject dictates that the score be dark and electronic either. I think both approaches have possible merits and possible disadvantages. You might say that an orchestral, thematic score is tasteless because it would play tragic deaths for "cheap" drama...but if that's your case, then isn't the entire movie also guilty of the same thing? You might just as easily say that by going the electronic route, Jablonsky is neglecting the human cost of the disaster and focusing too much on its mechanics.

I don't agree with either line of thinking, though. A good score is a good score no matter what it's made of. I *personally* don't much like listening to sound-design scores, and I wish Jablonsky had gone for something a bit more expansive for purely selfish reasons. But that doesn't mean I think his approach was an invalid one, and I don't think you should say that an orchestral approach would have been invalid either. It's all about the execution.


Anonymous2016-09-27 18:21:40
Well said, Edmund. And ultimately, the final decision really does come down to the director and his preferences. It must be hard being a film composer right now. Write a score that sounds great on its own but doesn't fit with the tone of the film, it gets bashed. Write a minimalist, more sound-design oriented score, it gets bashed.


Anonymous2016-09-27 18:32:32
And on that note, this is actually one of the more emotionally-driven sound design scores I've heard.


Joshua2016-09-27 19:07:26
I think Steve just seemingly confirmed he's scoring Transformers 5 on his Instagram. Not that i was worried. :))))


Ben 2016-09-27 23:56:04
13 Hours is much better


MOMO2016-09-28 08:31:11
Lorne Balfe 13 Hours Score is only 8/15
a really untalend composer... no passion for music!
this score is so hypnotic and heart pushed


Edmund Meinerts2016-09-28 09:13:09
Not the anti-Balfe clown again...


rockhound2016-09-28 09:29:03
an orchestral or very melodic bombastic score shows the audience always, that they are just watching movie. for a story based on a real tragic event is no score or this kind of score here more realistic. it puts you more in the "reality", because this kind of music sounds more "natural" without giving the audience the feeling, that they are just watching an entertaining movie.


Ben2016-09-28 11:58:58
"a really untalend composer" !!!! You must be deaf !


trent easton navarro2016-09-28 19:03:53
@MrZimmerFan and rockhound

So what you are saying is that Horner scored Titanic in wrong way? And Williams also got it wrong with Schindler's List?


rockhound2016-09-28 22:53:22
Titanic is a love story in a setting of a tragic event. i havent seen Deepwater Horizon yet, but im 99% sure that there is no love story on that oil platform. Schindler's List is a bit too sentimental for my taste. btw: comparing 2 movies with the setting in 1912 and WW II with a movie and its setting in 2010 is absolutely sensless.


Bayhem2017-06-26 10:44:14
Steve provides what the director wants. Simple as that. It's not a surprise that the most beloved Jablonsky scores are for Michael Bay films. Because Bay wants it epic, Bay wants it orchestral, Bay wants it dramatic and emotional. He pushes all buttons and Steve delivers. On the other hand, Peter Berg - the Deepwater director who did a few other movies with Jablonsky - usually goes for sound design scores. In short, he's not as epic and melodic as Bay is. So if you want to blame someone for the fact that you didn't like the Deepwater score, blame Peter Berg.

Everan reply Replies: 3 || 2017-04-26 17:57:08
No Transformers Last Knight thread yet so posting here. The official site got updated with a new piece of music, and holy hell, it's amazing!
www.transformers movie.com

Also pretty sure the last trailer's music was from him too, Age of Extinction had his scores on almost every trailer.


David2017-04-27 01:39:38
Sounds like a suite

And wasn't it only the final trailer that used material from the actual score? It was Lockdown's theme. But what was used in the trailer was exactly what ended up being used in the film.


David2017-04-27 01:40:53
Woops! Made a typo.

What was used in the final trailer *wasn't* exactly what ended up being used in the film ;)


Everan2017-04-27 04:36:01
The first trailer had a bit of Tessa's music at the start, the second a bit of Lockdown's theme, the big kinda orchestral bit, instead of the electronic braaaaams.

Jack Afrogarrix 2017 reply Replies: 1 || 2017-04-15 04:23:20
Steve Jablonsky Makes A Great Job From The Score Of Deepwater Horizon And The Score And The Movie Are Worthy To See It just Like Patriots Day Too.

By The Way Mpolonest123 don't judge My Comment beacuse Is My opinion


Randy Watson2017-04-15 10:07:07
It's not really your opinion that's the problem more that nobody even knows what the heck you are saying.

Jack Afrogarrix 2017 reply Replies: 1 || 2017-04-02 19:03:36
Steve Jablonsky Make An Awsome Score For Deepwater Horizon. The Full Electronic Music & Drums From Jon Jablonsky For This True Events Movie With Director Peter Berg, I Like This Movie & The Score.

Like Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross In Patriots Day Score With Ambient,
Electronic & Post Rock For The True Story Of The Boston Marathon Bombings With Director Peter Berg,Like I Said

I Like Both Movie From Peter Berg, Because Those Are True Heroes Who Save People's Life And We Can Remenber The Bravely Of These People.


mpolonest123 2017-04-02 19:36:34
God will you please shut the fuck up?

I mean, what's wrong with you? Either you are a troll or just fucking mentally disabled. Jesus!!!

Joshua reply Replies: 7 || 2016-10-01 08:07:27
Ah man, the trailer for Patriots Day says Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross are scoring it and not Steve. What the hell?!


Ds2016-10-01 08:59:15
I was not aware of this film... so this year Peter Berg has not one but TWO films released in the awards season. Seems quite tight, I guess the schedule wasn't working for Steve, who also has the big TF5 coming :-)


trent easton navarro2016-10-01 11:38:30
wait, there's a new Reznor/Ross coming out and I'm not aware of it?!


Edmund Meinerts2016-10-01 20:14:31
Not those two clowns again. :(


trent easton navarro2016-10-02 01:00:17
@edmund be greatful they are selective in the films they score and don't pop up all the time like Junkie XL


Frank2016-10-02 01:23:26
Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross seems to be a perfect fit for Peter Berg. He always likes to use ambient music and post-rock for his films and Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross is a very talented dual.


oha2016-10-02 09:37:26
Yesterday, patriots day update Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross composed the Score. Today Steve Jablonsky.... I hope Steve Jablonsky!



Joshua2017-01-17 00:05:12
Saw Patriots Day, really liked it. But the score was lacking. Really wish Jablonsky had done this one.

MrZimmerFan reply Replies: 1 || 2016-10-07 12:37:58
@Hybrid: Do you know about this?

https://play.google.com/store /music/album/Steve_Jablonsky_%EC%9D%B4%EB%8D%B0%EC%95%84_OST ?id= B2x4737ocjnyoc7h2vyhvqygqja&hl=es


rockhound2016-10-07 18:55:42
sounds like steve and it sounds amazing. wonderful themes and choir parts. thanx for finding this.

Mk reply Replies: 0 || 2016-09-27 19:15:55
I LOVE this score, it's like Nine Inch Nails, a mix of industrial/rock ambient sounds. This and the dark-ambient music of Blair Witch (2016) by Adam Wingard, two of my favorite scores of this month.

Dimitris Krommidas reply Replies: 2 || 2016-09-26 15:58:05
It's a cd release or digital?


Evenstar2016-09-27 11:16:54
Looks like it's digital only :(


Dimitris Krommidas2016-09-27 16:30:01
Thanks.

Waymann reply Replies: 0 || 2016-09-27 11:16:26
People here seem to forget that scores and soundtracks are made for a movie. They are not made as a music album in the first place. Some composers make like more than 2 or 3 scores a year. That's not the same like an artist or band who makes an new album once in 2 or 3 years).

Scores are a really nice extra thing you get from a movie and yes some albums are great to listen to, others with more like an ambient and underscore type of sound can be seen as disappointing and boring. I think it's wrong to give Jablonsky a hard time here because he made a score that will fit this movie, but when listening to it without the movie it can be kind of boring... Composers don't make this music just to bring out a new album for us! They make music for movies and afterwards they can share it with us.

About the movie, I don't think this movie needed some kind of memorable heroic themes. It's a serious thriller and giving this some theme's like Transformers would look and sound ridiculous. I was expecting a score like this.

MOMO reply Replies: 0 || 2016-09-27 09:55:46
Love this Score Great Work!!!!

Jack Afrogarrix reply Replies: 0 || 2016-09-26 12:39:08
Interesting Music & Awsome Electronic Ambient Music From Steve Jablonsky I Can't wait To See The Movie Deepwater Horizon

Bar reply Replies: 2 || 2016-09-24 11:54:37
even your highness is better then this, the use of electronics adding to the beauty of the tune but too much of it clouds the main orchestra.


Edamund Meinerts2016-09-24 13:35:20
*Even* Your Highness? I love that score! :p


T-Mann0362016-09-25 08:25:19
"Your Highness" was one of the best film scores Steve has ever composed!

Brent reply Replies: 0 || 2016-09-24 01:22:31
For being mostly electronic underscore, I actually enjoy this album (with some notable exceptions). Pain & Gain definitely had a bit more character, but I enjoy this just as much.

Dimitris Krommidas reply Replies: 0 || 2016-09-23 15:59:35
Nice album.

bar reply Replies: 1 || 2016-09-23 14:26:50
More of transformers come on!!!!


Edmund Meinerts2016-09-23 15:26:03
How about more of Steamboy?

Paul reply Replies: 6 || 2016-09-22 19:14:41
Not Jablonsky's best, but there are some tracks that i enjoyed to listen


Everan2016-09-22 20:06:29
Yeah, was hoping a bit more Battleship at least, too much electronic underscore or something. But the first and the last 4 tracks are worth it.


Edmund Meinerts2016-09-22 20:25:13
If someone "hoping for more Battleship" is disappointed then that's surely a good sign for me. The further away from Battleship, the better. :p


Everan2016-09-22 20:42:34
Well it's my favorite of Jablonsky-Perg working together so. This is more of a thriller suspense score really.


D2016-09-22 21:04:39
Edmund, this score is Jablonsky's closest to Battleship. And I dont mean the bombastic parts of Battleship, I mean the sound design based action cues, with repeated motifs and screeching effects. I like it and I think it's gonna make a terrific theatrical experience... but believe me, you won't like it :-D


Edmund Meinerts2016-09-22 21:54:20
Aw, shit. And just after Jablonsky had won back some of my faith with TMNT2 as well. :/


Everan2016-09-22 22:22:13
Tracks 1, 11 , 12 and 13 are the least Battleship ones. TMNT2 sounds better IMO, more fun too, but those last tracks are cool.

Brent reply Replies: 0 || 2016-09-03 21:17:41
Can't wait!

Felix reply Replies: 0 || 2016-09-03 19:37:56
Oh yes :)

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