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Everan, this doesn't make any sense, actually, "I'm Electro" is the film version of "Itsy Bitsy Spider Theme", if you watch the scene in the movie again, you will notice that the film version has the little fragment at the 0:13 seconds mark of "I'm Electro", while the unreleased "Itsy Bitsy Spider" listed here doesn't have it, better saying, "I'm Electro" is actually the true film version of "Itsy Bitsy Spider", while the version we know is just a Alternate.CedParker and Mandarin, almost all of them are in Youtube.<br>Just one in specific, I can't find anywhere, which is the alternate of "Electro Showdown, Part 1".<br>Also, I'm still not sure if the alternate of "Electro Showdown, Part 2" listed here, and the version uploaded by the channel "1M1" are the same...I have two questions, where did you got the alternate of "Electro Showdown, Part 1"?<br>And the alternate of "Electro Showdown, Part 2" listed here, does it have anything to do with the version of the track uploaded by the channel "1M1"?You can find it easily on Youtube today, by the way, I can't find the alternate of Electro Showdown Part 1.mpolonest123, actually "unused source" is listed here, it's just with a different name "Farewell", I guess it was meant to be used between "Sins of The Fathers" and "Max Electrocuted", also, you've mentioned a film version of Norman's death song (Which is "Sins of The Fathers"), and If I'm not wrong, that track has just one version...
Anonymous, I think he's referring to the film version of "Spidey Logo", the one in the official album releaseDT-2017, The film version of "Harry's Transformation" mixes "Sum Total" with the part between 2:04 and 2:58 from "Special Projects", but with less instruments and a additional electric guitar. I actually like both versions, if you hear the film version, it actually sounds like it was just edited in last hour to fit in the scene, while the version in the album, I'm almost sure it was meant to be used in the full scene, you know, the uncut scene, with the parts as Harry's teeth growing, his column being fused (or whatever is that thing), he looking at the screen, and more...but then they deleted the fragments, and for Zimmer the last hour plan was just throw the intense part of "Special Projects" into the song, and for me, that worked well, I would like to hear the Intense parts of the two alternates of "Harry's Transformation" isolated.Thereís a 3-minute clip of the truck chase on YouTube and I have to say the score sounds pretty cool. A lot of string/percussion work with an awesome electronic motif for the new ďTerminatorĒ model. Also, Brad Fiedelís theme is back. ;)Hmmm, where do you have found the alternate of Electro Showdown Part 1? And what is the track "Farewell"? It is meant to be related to the Norman osborn scene? More likely "Sins of the Fathers" track?, I think not, because the track in that scene is 3 minutes long, while this "Farewell" is just 1 minute long<br>Also, you missed some tracks: Film Version of "Electro Showdown Part 2", Film Version of "Itsy Bitsy Spider" (which is actually the original version of the Album mix, yeah that one which was cut and renamed to "I'm Electro), an Alternate of "Truck Chase", and "Sins of the Fathers" which I mentioned before.<br>There's also two more alternates of "Flying Montage", one which is just 40 seconds long, and the film version, which doesn't have anything to do with the original version and the two alternates listed here.<br>And yeah, we can't forget about the second alternate of "I'm Spiderman" which is the film version of the track, and it was actually released in the album mix!Isn't his problem when people like Bruckheimer wanted a specific sound and give no freedom in his movies.<br><br>He works for what is given.
I think Lorne already has enough noise behind her, for my liking I should start to give way to quality instead of quantity.ASCAP shows that "Farewell To Lilliput" is credited to Jackman/Willis. Is it correct or there is only Jackman? Just thought may be there is a typo on the site.Any news on the soundtrack for Jack Ryan season 2?I was hoping for Ramin Djawadi to compose The Eternals, well Joseph Trapanese is a good composer so its good news.John powell is flying lowkey now which sucks, His X3 score is just jaw dropping. The Eternals would be perfect for him cause he'd make it epic but Joseph Trapanese is scoring that Surprised Jablonsky hasn't tackled DC or Marvel yet either
Damn i miss Klaus, he needs a damn come back. Stupid talentedpush...<br><br>please add them...Iíve talked to Lorne (we follow each other on Instagram), he says heís very open to doing a superhero movie.<br><br>Plus, Henry Jackman tackling Black Widow isnít a surprise, but itís pleasant news indeed. Heís scored for her during Winter Soldier, so I hope we get an expansion of whatever thematic material there was for her in the Captain America films.<br><br>P.S, itís long overdue for Powell to score another superhero movie. X3: The Last Stand is a solid score and Iíd like to hear his ideas for a MARVEL or DC film.He has only had two films get released though this year ?What has IMDB got to do with it ?I mean 7 films and 2 tv shows from his IMDB with upcoming projects.
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Harry Gregson-WilliamsAlan MeyersonMarc StreitenfeldJustin Burnett
ComposerMusic Scoring MixerMusic EditorMusic Programmer
Phone Booth
Label: Trauma
Length: 41'16
HZimmer.com rating:        3/5
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  1. First Call (1:25)
  2. Trapped (3:40)
  3. NYPD (4:28)
  4. The Rifle (2:04)
  5. Confession (2:45)
  6. Times Square (2:04)
  7. Stu's Secret (2:42)
  8. Publicist Talk (0:51)
  9. Last Booth In NYC (3:35)
  10. It's Me You Want (1:38)
  11. Center Of Attention (5:28)
  12. Telephone Users (1:20)
  13. Is He Coming Out? (2:15)
  14. Phone Vs. Gun (2:38)
  15. Just Say The Word (1:30)
  16. It Could Be Anyone (2:53)
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Bayhem reply Replies: 0 || 2018-06-28 12:25:42
Well, the two guys below me said what I wanted to say on this subject. I will just add that this score was definitely an inspiration for Henry Jackman when he was working on Man on a Ledge : )

Minimalistic, stripped out of any fanfare and bombast (no Inception-style "Vrooooom", "Broooooooom") and to the point. Both scores work perfectly and they're the type of scores that (sadly) we almost don't hear these days.

Rgravity reply Replies: 0 || 2008-05-06 00:00:00
This score is the reason why I enjoy listening to Harry, the undertone drum loops mixed with the electric cello makes this score worthwhile. Even though its not a fast paced score like Spy Game, its still worth a check.

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2004-12-01 00:00:00
A very good minimalistic score with distorted piano, dark synthesized underscore, electronic sound effects, drum loops and percussion. A decent enough effort althouth i prefer his sensitive writing for strings and interesting electronics, the trademarked sound of the composer as presented in SPY GAME and MAN ON FIRE instead of this. Composers like Cliff Martinez can do this anytime, a 1000 times better.

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