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where did you get that ?This is my most anticipated score of 2019. The two previous ones were great and I hope this one is even better.<br><br>Cannot wait!Hey guys where can i download the complete soundtrack ?That's a great news!Alita ia going to be release by Milan Records
Can't freaking wait for this. The series ends with a bang!Coming soon !So this is basically a Mazzaro scoreIt's great but sadly it's only used in the end credits :-(<br>I suspect it might have been an alternate version of the opening scene.<br><br>Anyway the rest of the score is absolutely stunning, a good balance between heavy action and themes (and incredible choir). A new high in JXL's career, let's hope the OST release does it justice.get this a cd-release too<br>
Don't forget the pointless changes like the opening title music for AUE being replaced with an E Major version of The Shire and Gandalf's Farewells for some reason. Or temp tracking earlier pieces of the film in for later scenes.Tom just released "London Suite in C Major" on his YouTube channel, and I am really loving it. He's usually hit-or-miss for me, but this cue in particular really intrigues me. Sounds like he merged the orchestral sections of Fury Road with the flighty ballads of Hollywood Golden Age music.CD Release?Will there be a Blu-ray release for this as well. I had heard that the Hollywood in Vienna award show that is essentially the same set would get a Blu-ray release.Especially in the first one, there's a ton of LOTR themes needledropped even though Shore wrote original material for those exact scenes that you can hear on the album, and also there are themes used in scenes where they don't belong at all. Oh and the main theme of the first one and a couple of the secondary ones completely disappear from the second and third movies
Lot of Mazzaro credits hereJackson use more LOTR music than the original music created for the movie.<br><br>Altough, Watertower releases respect the material written by Shore (as he wanted)Skipped the Hobbit films. How so was the music mistreated in those?Peej only produced this film, didn't direct it, and also I sorta think he and Howard Shore don't have the warmest of relationships considering the King Kong firing and then the way the music was mistreated in the Hobbit films.Why wouldn't Peter Jackson have Howard Shore score?
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Hans ZimmerJacob SheaDavid FlemingJasha Klebe
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Blue Planet II (TV Series Documentary)
Label: Silva Screen
Length: 71'29
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  1. The Blue Planet (3:17)
  2. Family Theme (2:38)
  3. Surfing Dolphins (2:22)
  4. Abyssal Plain (3:08)
  5. Mobula Rays (2:44)
  6. Race To Feed (5:11)
  7. Albatross Flight (5:39)
  8. Big Blue (4:25)
  9. Turtle Spa (2:28)
  10. Ducks And Currents (2:21)
  11. Humboldt Squid (3:36)
  12. A Forest Awakens (3:26)
  13. Scavengers Of The Deep (2:27)
  14. Kobudai Transformation (5:40)
  15. Clownfish (3:53)
  16. Baby Turtle (3:44)
  17. Weedy Sea Dragon (3:49)
  18. Portuguese Man Of War (4:55)
  19. Walrus : The Right Piece Of Ice (5:45)
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Knight reply Replies: 2 || 2018-12-02 21:52:17
Anyone know if Jasha's contributions made it on album?
He's uploaded his additionals to his website but I haven't cross-referenced any with the album. (aside from the main theme)


Mephariel2018-12-03 18:18:11
I always wonder about his contributions. Did he leave Bleeding Fingers or just the project?


Knight2018-12-03 18:36:46
According to Dave and Jacob, the composers for BPII were picked via a raffle, so Jasha was likely only kept on the project due to PEII.

Patrick reply Replies: 1 || 2018-06-07 15:24:36
Has the Radiohead-Song "Bloom" with Hans Zimmer been released somewhere in the meanwhile? I just can find the trailer version with background noise and voices

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Mephariel2018-06-07 23:15:49
I gave up waiting for it. I think it is never going to be released.

Mephariel reply Replies: 3 || 2017-10-30 08:33:56
Just finished listening to the whole score. It is mostly fantastic. Epic, powerful, and dynamic.

The main theme not as addicting and powerful as Planet Earth II, but better written, a bit more sophisticated, and just feels right for the subject matter.

Besides that, some of the best cues are the ones with vocals like "Surfing Dolphins," "A Forest Awakens," and "Ducks And Currents."

If you are looking for the more of a Zimmeresque cue, check out "Walrus: The Right Piece of Ice," which reminds me of many Zimmer solemn ending pieces like "Home" from The Lone Ranger.

Just as I suspect, the best Zimmer score this year.


Kekec2017-10-30 15:29:57
How much of it is actually Zinmmer's work? Just the main or end title, or did he compose more tracks this time?


...2017-10-30 16:44:46
He did more this time!


Sektor2018-04-04 02:19:23
Any idea what the deep didgeridoo-like instrument is in A Forest Awakens?

FaresTdkr reply Replies: 4 || 2018-02-20 11:13:19
Just finished watching the serie today and I'm really sad since there is alot of great material not released in the soundtrack I wish one day the complete soundtrack released for this " the greatest documentary ever" for me.


badbu2018-02-20 11:15:57
it's always the same with hans ;-)


Oscarilbo2018-02-20 17:48:29
I bought a 2CD version. It's, to my experience, very complete.


rockhound2018-02-20 18:02:34
Planet Earth II has a 2CD release, but Blue Planet II?


Balfe2018-02-23 14:58:22
Some good music here but would be so much better if Zimmer hadn't had to homogenize it all again. He is a shameful corporation.

Mike (OTM) reply Replies: 0 || 2017-11-21 00:49:36
I don't suppose you have credits for this score, Hybrid?

Patrick reply Replies: 0 || 2017-11-12 16:19:05
Beautiful explanation of the development of Ocean Bloom Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIsewG2g-1g

Marts reply Replies: 2 || 2017-11-01 06:27:26
Beautiful score, perfectly fitting. Reminds me a little of 'The Land Before Time' feeling. Really like the theme, subtle but lovely. I also like how there is less tracks and the tracks are longer than PEII with a bit more weight. Too many short cues in the PEII soundtrack to really get into as a whole.


Anonymous2017-11-10 20:05:52
the shorter presentation here was better, surprisingly


Max Potcats2017-11-10 21:59:26
Any news for an official release of the 'Ocean Bloom' song?

Mike (OTM) reply Replies: 7 || 2017-10-30 21:44:15
This score, I have to say, moves me more than Planet Earth II did. Planet Earth II really pushed the "let's have an epic theme," which was fine, but said epic theme was kind of...generic. This theme sounds like more thought was put into it, and it sounds like Zimmer had a bit more of an imprint on this score, too. It's nice to hear some unabashedly melodic stuff from him in an era where experimenting with soundscapes seems to have become his thing.*

*yes, I'm waiting for disagreement on that last sentence... ;)


NM2017-10-30 22:11:32
Surfing Dolphins = Celebrate The Oscars v3? lol

This is a really fun, big thoughtful score and the orchestrations are beautiful.


George 2017-10-30 22:58:52
I'm just curious to know just how involved he was this time. He was pretty busy this year so its hard for me to imagine that he had a lot of time to have serious involvement. Although I hope I'm wrong haha, it'd be a nice to get a melodic movie score from him again. This is great!


Mephariel2017-10-31 00:36:15
It is also worth noting that Jasha Klebe wrote additional music for this score.

I think Zimmer did more this time than last time. Last time, it specifically stated that he only did the main theme. But with that said, I have a feeling most of it was him guiding rather than actually writing much.


Mike (OTM)2017-10-31 00:38:25
George, well, he no doubt did "The Blue Planet." (Watch me be wrong...)

He also, at least, co-wrote a track with Radiohead. But notice that, unlike Planet Earth II, it says, "Score by Hans Zimmer, Jacob Shea, and David Fleming." Planet Earth II had "theme by Hans Zimmer" as a separate heading.


Mephariel2017-10-31 03:55:51
Zimmer definitely wrote "The Blue Planet." In BBC's behind the scenes video, only Zimmer's name was on the cuesheet.


PG2017-10-31 07:27:33
Agreed that this is a lovely score. However, some parts of it sound very Edward Scissorhands to me. The Family Theme in particular.


Marts2017-11-01 04:56:34
Yeah, love hearing some orchestral melodic stuff again - still pretty minimal but I like that. I think the PEII theme fit that perfectly, and this theme does too. Puts you right into the big blue.

Gilvane Cezar reply Replies: 0 || 2017-10-31 02:23:28
Beautiful score but... any idea when (ocean) Bloom will be released?

David reply Replies: 0 || 2017-10-30 02:51:09
It's fantastic!

... reply Replies: 3 || 2017-10-29 09:22:45
It's strange that this isn't on iTunes and Spotify yet, it's supposed to come out today.


Phil2017-10-29 13:33:37
Yep, I‘m also waiting....


...2017-10-29 14:09:48
Apparently it's available on Spotify UK but nowhere else


Silent2017-10-30 01:38:35
It's available on iTunes France, now.

Mephariel reply Replies: 0 || 2017-10-28 20:38:52
90% sure this will be my favorite score with Zimmer's name attached to it this year.

... reply Replies: 0 || 2017-10-28 11:18:08
Really looking forward to this! I saw a shared Facebook video from the recording in London and it sounded really nice!

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