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OST album additional credits:<br><br><br>Geoff Zanelli (James Newton Howard)<br><br>MISTRESS OF EVIL<br><br><br>Geoff Zanelli, Phill Boucher<br><br>ETIQUETTE LESSONS (James Newton Howard)<br>IT IS LOVE THAT WILL HEAL YOU<br>BACK TO THE MOORS  (James Newton Howard)<br><br><br>Geoff Zanelli, Zak McNeil<br><br>WHAT IS GOING ON HERE? (James Newton Howard)<br>PINTO'S RECON MISSION<br>ORIGIN STORY<br>THE DANCE OF THE FEY<br>YOUR MAJESTY, THEY'RE COMING FROM THE SEA<br>THE PHOENIX (James Newton Howard)<br><br><br>Geoff Zanelli, Phill Boucher, Zak McNeil<br><br>ALL HE WANTED WAS PEACE<br>YOU DON'T HAVE TO CHANGE (James Newton Howard)<br>I'VE MADE MY CHOICE<br>PROTECTING OUR KIND<br>MALEFICENT RETURNS (James Newton Howard)<br>HELLO, BEASTIE! (James Newton Howard)<br>TIME TO COME HOMEMaybe the reuse of MW 2 is not Lorne's choice after all. Maybe the movie was temptracked with it, before scored, and the director got attached to it. So Lorne had either to "imitate" it or just use the same cues, since they were his. <br><br>This is just a speculation I made, since this happens quite often. I remember the Elfman - Raimi conflict about the train sequence in Spiderman 2, where Raimi asked Elfman to "copy" a cue from Hellraiser.Guys are you serious ? Iím currently reading comments about how Modern Warfare 2 is in the score. In Bad Boys for Life you can heard firstly  : The Rock, Speed, Bad Boys, ... MW2 is just a reharsch of these score instead with some Black Hawk Down soundscape. Have you heard any MV score post 2005? &#128517;As much as I think that the choice of movie Powell makes, which up till now have created amazing scores, I do wish we'd get more than 1 score of his every year. Even if the quality is like Solo or The Hidden WorldI 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 WellnessThatís 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 music
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The Recruit
Label: Varese Sarabande
Length: 49'21
HZimmer.com rating:        3/5
Fans rating:     rate at 1 out of 5 rate at 2 out of 5 rate at 3 out of 5 rate at 4 out of 5 rate at 5 out of 5   2/5 (5118 votes)
  1. Main Title (2:22)
  2. Spartacus (1:29)
  3. To The Farm (3:14)
  4. CIA Training (3:39)
  5. Lie Detector (1:50)
  6. Talking Over Crabs (1:13)
  7. Hijacked (6:47)
  8. You're Going To Langley (1:46)
  9. Layla (2:32)
  10. Under Covers (1:52)
  11. A Bug For Breakfast (7:08)
  12. Aftermath (4:28)
  13. Nothing Is What It seems (6:31)
  14. Target is Burke (4:30)
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Dingmaster reply Replies: 1 || 2011-06-27 19:15:36
Just curious; is this score performed with a full live orchestra or are the string parts just synthesized string parts?


Prott2011-06-27 19:27:54
The strings in this one are recorded live (although there are a lot of other synthetic instruments/sounds). .-)

Antas, Webmaster reply Replies: 0 || 2007-07-25 00:00:00
Here it is ;o)
www.hans-zimmer.com/fr/disco_detail.php?id=709

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2007-07-24 00:00:00
Tracklist of the Complete :

CD1
01 - Main Title (2:22)
02 - MIT Job Fait (1:29)
03 - Spartacus Demo (0:52)
04 - Til Noon Tomorrow (2:32)
05 - Trust Yourself - CIA Entry Test (3:39)
06 - To The Farm (3:15)
07 - Training Part I (3:42)
08 - Training Part II (3:20)
09 - Poker Game (0:26)
10 - Blue Ridge Bar (1:12)
11 - OP Completed (0:39)
12 - Lie Detector (1:56)
13 - Talking Over Crabs (1:13)
14 - James & Layla Make Up - Hijacked (9:36)
15 - Burke Sneaks In (0:28)
16 - Layla Is A Mole (6:38)
17 - You're Going To Langley (1:45)
18 - Tailing Layla (1:46)

CD2
01 - Bugging Layla (6:25)
02 - Love (2:30)
03 - Layla's Laptop (1:53)
04 - James Gets A Gun (1:01)
05 - Bug For Breakfast - Chasing Layla (15:09)
06 - Post Car Crash (4:26)
07 - Burke Chasing James (8:47)
08 - The Target Is Burke (4:33)
09 - End Credits (4:01)

Length : 95:51

;-)

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2007-02-12 00:00:00
I've found a Complete 2 CD for this one...

18 + 9 tracks...

About 90 minutes I think...


Seems to be great, I'll tell more later about it...

Seth Merlo reply Replies: 0 || 2005-06-14 00:00:00
This was a very slick album. I think the first half was slightly stronger than the second though. The only problem I had with this album is that it nicks the 'Patricide' theme from Gladiator. The electronics on here are very well done as well, with the drums acutally being programmed rather than a using a loop. I always prefer it when a composer programmes their own drums rather than rips a pre-made loop off a sample CD. 8/10

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