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there are plenty of early HZ scores that sound as bland as Lorne's early scores@Ian<br><br>I am in a moment of procrastination before dawn ... I believe you also have nothing more interesting to do than post here at the moment. I give my word that I will not be here for many hours!<br><br>@Miguel<br><br>I know, I understand and I have no problem with that.<br>Everything I wrote so far was against it:<br><br>"THE MAJORY of Zimmer's films in the last 15 YEARS..."<br><br>We know this is only valid for 5 projects (KFP3, Sherlock, Inception, Frost/Nixon and TDKR).Really ?if he didn’t contribute so much he wouldn’t be given “producer” all the time.He does a lot so that’s that.You are now resorting to searching on google on Balfe !havent you got better things to do than try and prove your uselessness point!Come onOkay, I'm a "hater" for not agreeing that Balfe is responsible for half of the music composed for Transformers, Inception and etc. I'm happy for this. Good night!
I do not know how I fell here, but a 2002 Interview...<br><br>www.scotsman<br><br>.com/lifestyle/<br><br>culture/music/theme-perks-1-622232God not again.Haters give up.This!@Miguel <br><br>How are you so sure of that? Mazzaro is credited as composer in almost every BvS cues. He and AK have had massive appearances in Inferno, Chappie and even Interstellar... Other composers were also as important as Balfe in Pirates, Da Vince Code, Rush, Lone Ranger, The Holiday, King Arthur... I do not deny the importance of Balfe in Inception, Sherlock and The Dark Knight (along with JNH, Jackman, Wesson and Djawadi), but point out that he was co-composer in almost everything done by Zimmer in the last 15 years is overkill.He was there, yes, but he was never alone.There was a team of RCP guys with him and Zimmer."Captain Philips for Jackman.Ironman for Ramin ....."<br><br>Correction : Captain Phillips for Hans, Iron Man for Hans. :P
Would love to hear Hybrids opinion ?????sure he can educate you with the facts@Miguel<br>Lorne has not worked on every Transformers film. He worked on TF 1 and 2 only. Maybe you should educate yourself before accusing everyone who questions you of being uneducated.Sorry but those three composers you mentioned have never contributed 50/50 to every score the same way as Balfe has.Boss Baby is the closet and unfortunately they needed Conrad Pope to actually come in and write the most memorable cue . Balfe on the other hand has been a major co composer even though for some reason like on Sherlock Holmes not get a co-credit.And, frankly, I do not see any problem in Balfe working on the scores of these composers. To say that he has full responsibility for the end result is the same that to say that Mazzaro, AK, or Aruj made up more than 50 percent of his previous and current scores. What we know to be nonsense, mainly in the RCP territory.I do not think it has been "uneducated". I even stated the same thing as you in the comment below posted on this same page on february fourth...<br><br>Here it is:<br><br>"I see that people have always directed some expectation to Lorne's involvement in Zimmer scores and even credit a part of their success to his "Phantom Hand" (in the end he was Zimmer's most enduring assistant, losing only to NGS, who worked with him his entire life in the most different roles). Considering all this is a bit normal to see some people rooting for him every time his name is announced to do something. That's nothing new. One part of the public reserves a certain curiosity about the newest composer who came out from under Zimmer's wings. Many of them had very high expectations about Geoff's PoTC 5 and WW by RGW. And that feeling was shared on the most different internet discussion sites."
Olive - it totally is unwarranted. <br><br>Your points are very un-educated .<br><br>Ask yourself this .... why has Balfe worked on every Transformere film ?The Majority of Zimmer’s films in the last 15 years and according to ASCAP been an equal composer .Captain Philips for Jackman.Ironman for Ramin .....<br><br><br>Okay, I'll wait for the more detailed credits in the release.Yeah, Mazzaro and AK would be more interesting choices, even Balfe.<br><br>Maybe Zimmer has more confidence in Wallfisch? He delivered Verbinsky's "Cure" gratuitously for him and then tied him up on two of his major projects last year.<br><br>When I refer to security, I talk about the "assurance of delivering a good job".Olive - wrong.Balfe has said it is used in the film on Twitter.Geostorm is fun, with a nostalgic nods to the old MV scores.<br><br>And much better than 12 Strong

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  2. I Believe - DJ Khaled Featuring Demi Lovato
  3. Magic - Sia
  4. Let Me Live - Kehlani
  5. Warrior - Chloe x Halle
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  9. Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who And Mrs. Which
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  11. Touch The Stars
  12. Happy Medium
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  14. Home
  15. Uriel
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Iamtommie reply Replies: 0 || 2018-02-24 12:04:54
I saw a few clips from the movie on youtube. The score sounded really good. Very unlike Djawadi and very beautiful fantasy music! Can't wait

Iamtommie reply Replies: 0 || 2018-02-24 12:04:54
I saw a few clips from the movie on youtube. The score sounded really good. Very unlike Djawadi and very beautiful fantasy music! Can't wait

Waymann reply Replies: 18 || 2018-02-21 21:51:27

1. Flower of the Universe (No I.D. Remix) – Sade
2. I Believe – DJ Khaled Featuring Demi Lovato
3. Magic -Sia
4. Let Me Live – Kehlani
5. Warrior – Chloe x Halle
6. Park Bench People – Freestyle Fellowship
7. Flower of the Universe – Sade
8. A Wrinkle in Time
9. Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who and Mrs. Which
10. Darkness Across the Universe
11. Touch the Stars
12. Happy Medium
13. Camazotz
14. Home
15. Uriel
16. Is This a Dream?
17. Forgive Me
18. Be a Warrior
19. Tap Into Your Mind
20. Tesseract
21. Sorry I’m Late
22. The Universe Is Within All of Us

Good to see Sia is contributing a song, :s

Edmund Meinerts2018-02-22 11:09:37
At some point in the next 5 years I think the number of movies with Sia songs will overtake the number of movies without them.

badbu2018-02-22 13:15:50
hahahah :D

Anonymous2018-02-22 14:46:53
Instead of concerning ourselves with Sia, we have to be worried about Djawadi. The man has a knick for a simple tv tune. But anything outside of that sounds like a youtube fanvideo. The incidental score for Game of Thrones, especially the wall scenes, is terrible and amateurish.

All I can think is that the producers must have been pressed with time and had to go with the casio synth nonsense Djawadi presented them with. It is the worst example of scoring for a major franchise.

Again, Dwajadi does well with his choral bits but he is not a composer, more a theme tune man. Who Wants to be a Millionare would serve him better than a complex franchise.

Simultaneously, the Paint it Black material from Westworld is outstanding. But was this done by Djawadi or a much more talented orchestrator - can we look into this as it sounds nothing like his work

Macejko2018-02-22 16:16:18
Many benevolent saviours explaining the error of our music tastes have surfaced recently, haven't they?

JBSO992018-02-22 20:09:32
Too many songs! But at least there is 15 tracks of score.

BTW, I don't think Djawadi is able just to do themes. His score in GoT Season 7 shows that he is able to do action tracks very well. Also, in GoT Season 6, he shows that he is able to have many themes and develop them in many different ways.

Kingfannypack is the Milfcommander2018-02-23 08:08:48
Ummm the entirety of the Game of Thrones soundtracks show that Djawadi has many strengths both as a composer and a "theme man" or whatever. Game of Thrones has a soundtrack that is comparable to that of Lord of the Rings - not as memorable, but both LoTR and GoT have phenomenal soundtracks with memorable themes that describe the worlds depicted in each respective franchise. Each soundtrack has themes depicting different cultures, groups of people, characters or complex ideas. While GoT soundtrack isn't as beloved as the LoTR score, they share those qualities. So no, Djawadi is no weak composer.

Edmund Meinerts2018-02-23 11:48:37
The Game of Thrones scores do have their strengths but they're a long, long, long way from Lord of the Rings...

Balfe2018-02-23 12:15:49
To even compare Djawadi and Shore in complexity is offensive. I presume you haven't actually bothered reading Doug Adams' book on the thematic nuances of The Lord of the Rings? Djawadi employs tiny little nuggets of melody as themes that he recycles verbatim every time. There is no variation.

The Lord of the Rings is based on an extensive amount of thematic development which, absolutely, is missing in Game of Thrones.

Certainly, Shore's work is not as nuanced in development as, let's say, Williams with Star Wars, but to compare his extensively detailed emphatically organic and orchestrally and instrumentally complex work to Djawadi using a cello and a bank of samples is offensive.

Again, some of the choral music is fine but very basic in both harmony and application, and again, let down by the cheapness of the samples underlying them.

Macejko2018-02-23 13:11:20
I love LotR music, but the superior "development" and "complexity" that the buffoon above me is referring to basically translates to "now the theme is being played by six violins instead of seven, because one of the characters just died", which is just super-duper noticeable, if you catch my drift.

In the meantime, Djawadi manages a complete tonal shift from adventurous to dark and ominous (Needle - House of Black and White), from royal and grandious to bloody and brutal (King's Arrival - The Throne Is Mine), and combining the themes in ways Shore hasn't even attempted.

I love these posh music-savvy professionals straight from conservatory in Cocksville, Tennessee, telling us mere peasants that our tastes suck because if you listen very very carefully, you will notice that one of the choir members in O3:47 just scratched his balls, which of course signfies the internal turmoil Frodo is in.

I will say it again - I love LotR music. But thematic nuances my ass. Even intent listeners would miss about 90% of them - so much so they might be on many occassions downright nonexistent - and even if you do notice, the entire experience just boils down to "oh, the theme is now being played slightly differently, I guess that's kinda cool, in a way, maybe". There has never been a radical transformation or combination of themes in a way Djawadi does it. "Playing a more somber version of the Fellowship theme", or whatever else you may say to justify putting Shore on a higher pedestal than Djawadi, simply doesn't cut it. All of it serves just as a pointless piece of trivia, being used by stuck-up smellers of their own farts to appear mighty and knowledgeable.

Anonymous2018-02-23 13:59:23
Marejcko here sounds like a Daily Mail reader off his medication. If you cannot understand the difference between Shore's nuanced approach to orchestal music and Djawadi's instrumental approach, I suppose it is the same as explaining Brexit to a Daily Mail reading ape and someone with an ability to think. Or, to take it from the other perspective, Fox News to anyone with a brain.

By the way, it is not a great argument to say that 90% of listeners will miss the nuances. Most people have better brains than you do - I suppose you support the RNA as well with your level of cognitive ability and intelligence. If you do, you are an inhuman.

Marejcko2018-02-23 14:02:09
I am so lonely. Please do not abandon me. Why you so nasty. Me not nasty. Can I be friend with you?

Marejcko2018-02-23 14:04:41
My degree from a conservatory in Cocksville, Tennessee, allows me to authoritative. Suck on my balls as I am not Cartman, at all.

Anonymous2018-02-23 14:29:01
Anonymous apologises - Marejko seems to support Trump and the NRA. Well, if you do, prepare for a tsunami of young people who are not as thick and selfish as you in their worldview. And if you support these organisations, shame on you as a coward.

Backbiter2018-02-23 16:44:50

> Call other people coward
> Uses a fake name to avoid repercussions

Macejko2018-02-23 17:41:36
Is Trump argument the new Hitler argument on teh internetz? I guess I must have pissed someone off.


Mephariel2018-02-23 18:00:27
LOL at comparing GOT to LOTR. Shore's LOTR is far superior in scope, thematic development, composition, etc. I like GOT, but GOT is not even in the same league.

Hybrid Soldier2018-02-23 18:34:35
Why compare GOT & TLOTR in the first place ? They couldn't be more different...

It's like comparing Flash Gordon to Interstellar...

superultramegaa2018-02-24 00:26:32
Good god, this Balfe/Anonymous guys is wreaking havoc! Good thing Djawadi's fans are calmer than Balfe's.

JBSO99 reply Replies: 4 || 2018-01-31 09:14:31
When is this supposed to be released? I cannot wait to listen what Djawadi has created in this one!

iamtommie2018-01-31 11:37:52
Click on 'See Details...' and you'll find out

Waymann2018-01-31 11:56:01
Digital release will be on March 1st or March 9th.

Always excited to hear new material from Ramin. But this movie I don't know, it looks awful. Still looking forward what he will add to the movie.

JBSO992018-01-31 12:39:09
So obvious... There are still a couple of months left but luckily the digital release will happen earlier.

Edmund Meinerts2018-01-31 12:58:13
I hope the movie turns out OK because the book it's based on is wonderful. And Ava DuVernay is an interesting choice of director. But so was Duncan Jones for Warcraft (to keep it in the Djawadi family) and that turned out fairly mediocre, and I can't say that I have high hopes for this.

Also, that poster/album cover is...yuck.

Kingfannypack is the Milfcommander reply Replies: 1 || 2018-01-31 00:27:15
I'm excited to listen to this, i've only listened to Djawadi's Game of Thrones music. That alone demonstrates his immense talent. Hope the film is good too!

Macejko2018-01-31 08:24:10
My dude, give his other works chance as well. Pacific Rim, The Great Wall, Gears of War 4, Dracula Untold, Westworld... Oh, so good.

mpolonest123 reply Replies: 0 || 2018-01-30 23:57:30
Soooooo excited!!! Hopefully Ramin delivers :-)© 2001-2017 OST 
A Wrinkle In Time soundtrack - Ramin Djawadi 2018