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Just finished listening to the score, and this definitely helps calm my frustration after seeing Pirates last night. The score for Pirates was decent enough with some catchy tracks, but this is way better. Summer movies 2017 may not have the best movies lined up in terms of quality, but the scores for them all are really intriguing. Hoping the scores for The Mummy, Transformers, Spider-Man, and Dunkirk are all what I hope. Anyway I'm getting off track, the Wonder Woman score is very good and Rupert is really taking off as a quality composer.Wish there was more of the Zimmer theme . Really lacks it .Where?Dear Hans Zimmer Team,<br>what is up with your Live-Tour sound? Almost all of the eventim-FanReports for your live tour talk about deafening bass, drowned-in-noise vocals, actually exploding speakers and people leaving early. I was in Leipzig, your technicians might remember the guy who asked them for earplugs. <br><br>I will alert the emissions-protection-bureau about this. Because submitting People to 100+dB without proper warning is actually illegal here.<br><br>In truth, I would like my money back. <br> <br><br>Can't please everyone
I hope Hans will "return" to the Pirates franchise I mean he has not done "Dead men tell no tales" just because Dunkirk and his live tour were in the way. Even Zanelli said that they all sat together and felt ready to start the project. Because of the fact that Zanelli is responsible that the "he's a pirate" theme sounds like it does I would love to hear a Score by Hans Zimmer & Geoff Zanelli for the real Finale !I was at the concert in Forum in Copenhagen, it was a spectacular experience. Normally the sound is therrible there, last experienced with Ennio Morricone, that concert was destroyed by bad sound, but with your concert it worked out to perfection as the sound was turned up loud and took the roof of LOL... my question is, is there a DVD or CD with the set, some of the tunes were fantastic with the small and big modifications, and cant be found in superb quality anywhere...You mean those boring, unimaginative percussions from "Is She With You" (aka the worst part of the whole cue)? Oh dear.I'm impressed either with the fact that for now I don't recall any big parts missing in this score like with the previous movies. The only thing i'm missing now is the part right after the first track (the music used in the beginning on the Dutchman) but that was actually the One Day suite from AWE so not really a big deal.There's no kill like overkill. Plus another thing that'll sound good for the inevitable Hans/Nolan PR train I guess. *shrug*
Saw the Movie last night listening to the soundtrack now and I must say I'm impressed. I like how Salazars theme is sorta a collab of Previous villian themes from the films Zanelli probably did this to imply how Salazar is the most evil Villain in the franchise(do I think he will be in Pirates 6 returning as the villian alongside another certain villian if you watch the end credits scene, yes). Carina theme is just a beautiful elegant piece which I am now classifying as the Barbossa family theme. The new adventure theme reminds me of the song Skull And Crossbones from Curse Of The Black Pearl. They used Becketts theme for Barbossa in the film like they did in On Stranger Tides and had more tracks with it so theirs a big imporovment. The heroic Jack theme was used way more in this film than OST which wasn't their at all. What I like a lot that they did is this soundtrack has a lot of tracks from the movie so that is a huge improvement with a Pirates film. Sorta wished Davy Jones theme was used for Will but also glad they didn't. Geoff Zanelli did a great Job and he should come back or Pirates 6.Would love to hear what Balfe would have done . Maybe next timeThis track sounds pretty amazing. A powerful and heroic theme with a great buildup. I cannot wait to hear it!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgLktF1bSpE There is the full Soundtrack on Disney Vevo ;)32 hours!!! I think this will be played as a lament in a slow-motion scene where it looks like they're gonna get killed. Cannot wait for it!
After listening to the full score several times I can say that it's a nice mixture of arround 60% new themes and 40% old themes. Moreover it's cleverly written in a sense that it feels familiar yet new. Althought Zanelli is definitely no Zimmer, he definitelly does get pirate scoring. If I had to give it a rating it would be a definite 7.5/10. <br>It's definitely a score worth listening and you should skip it just because Zimmer didn't write it.<br>I am just happy to get some musical continuityAs "Hedon" said below, "Zanelli is a great arranger, but he is not a great composer". I extremely agree with him. <br>I believe if someone like John Powell had done this score, we would hear a far better soundtrack. All of us saw what a spectacular job he did in KungFu Panda 2 with Hans.<br>The obvious thing is people like John Powell, Harry Gregson-Williams, JunkieXL or Nick Glennie-Smith, their mind moves where Hans' moves.<br>I'm not saying Zanelli does not include this case, I'm saying there were so many better options to choose the right person to do this score.The score is leakI'm glad to see Williams somehow has kept those awesome percussions we heard on Batman v Superman. He did exactly what we expected.
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Thelma & Louise (Complete Score)
Label: Unofficial Release
Length: 40'50
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  1. Going To Mexico (2:10)
  2. J.D. Appears (J.D.'s Blues) (3:23)
  3. Butt Talk (1:12)
  4. Happy Birthday‚ Lady (0:44)
  5. Picking Up J.D. (0:40)
  6. Cops (0:57)
  7. Jimmy's Money (0:30)
  8. The F.B.I (0:57)
  9. The Robbery (Drive‚ Drive !) (2:45)
  10. Homecoming/Railway Station (3:38)
  11. Loading Guns (1:32)
  12. Cattle Stop (2:05)
  13. Wide Awake (3:01)
  14. Bitches From Hell (0:45)
  15. The Chase / Grand Canyon (7:54)
  16. The Decision - End Credits (3:58)
  17. Thelma & Louise (ThunderBird) (4:05)
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Dakota reply Replies: 0 || 2010-12-28 00:00:00
MGM announced the 20th Anniversary Blu-ray of Thelma & Louise last week, so maybe there will be an official 20th anniversary soundtrack? And by soundtrack I think everyone knows I mean Hans' beautiful score. Who knows......if not, maybe someone will rip it all from the Blu-ray.

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2008-04-03 00:00:00
Hans Zimmer Proves That He Can Compose Any Movie

That's Why Mr. Zimmer Is The Best Composer EVER

Thomas reply Replies: 0 || 2006-03-25 00:00:00
Hello Hans &-- co.

regarding soundpiece for "--Thelma &-- Louise"--

I believde that your sound piece "--Bitches from Hell"-- is from the scene where Thelma and Louise shoot up the the gas truck and it explodes, followed up by some really sweet and great fast western country slide/blues guitar. Im not sure if that is "--Bitches fromm hell"--, but is there any way i can download this piece of music?..it is really great and for me, the definition of what modern fast country guitar is all about. Thanks in advance...Thomas

Zedman reply Replies: 0 || 2006-02-13 00:00:00
un score qui continue dans la lignée de ses scores prolifiques et riches en coup d'eclat artistique comme pour "--Rain Man"--, "--Black Rain"--, "--Bird On A Wire"--, "--Days Of Thunder"-- ou encore "--Backdraft"--...
Hans Zimmer continue sur sa lancée et prouve sa maturité en n'utilisant en plus du synthetsiseus habituels, guitare electrique, choeurs de femmes...
La b.o. ne deroge pas a la regle, jouant sur ses bases instrumentales tout en les rendant plus interssant et reelements plus matures que ces precedentes oeuvres.
comme toujours, Thelma &-- Louise a pour particularite d'avoir plusieurs motifs (ou meme de themes) qui se croisent, le tout premier théme entendu est un motif mis en valeur par la guitare electrique et le synthetiseurs utilisé dans "--Going To Mexico"-- ce théme est attribué au voyage des deux femmes, victime de leur innocence et de leur "--train-train"-- quotidien.
Le second théme est celui des policiers, un théme fort qu'on entend brievement dans "--Cops"--, "--The F.B.I."-- et "--The Chase/Grand Canyon"--
L'autre théme est surement l'un de mes preferes, entendus dans "--Cattle Stop"--, "--Wide Awake"-- et "--Thunderbird"--.
Mais le théme a proprement dit memorable est celui entendu dans "--Cattle Stop"--, "--Wide Awake"--, "--The Decision/End Credits"-- et "--Thunderbird"--, un théme d'une trés grande beaute qu'on entend dans toute sa splendeur dans l'excellent "--The Decision/End Credits"--, grace a ce théme Zimmer a prouvé sa grande maturite et a prouver au systeme hollywoodien que ce n'etait surement pas un compositeur a sous-estimé.

Herman reply Replies: 0 || 2005-04-28 00:00:00
Un excellent score de Hans Zimmer qui des Going To Mexico nous prouve qu'il est l'un des meilleurs compositeur mais on retiendra surtout le grand The Decision/End Titles qui conclue brillament le film de Ridley Scott nous menant ainsi dans le grand saut de Thelma &-- Louise

Jayrip reply Replies: 0 || 2005-04-23 00:00:00
Such a brilliant score! I mainly bought it for "--The Decision/End Credits"-- 'coz it makes me shiver every time I hear that fantastic climax and the female singing coming in. Hans has always said he's not released it because there's not much score except for the same repetitive theme, but that's EXACTLY what I wanted!! I will never understand why this wasn't commercially released coz it really has to be one of my most listened-to CDs. I just love the melancholic twangy guitar tune that really conveys the strain and strength of the two characters. I'd never heard the music for "--Regarding Henry"-- before but it sums up the reason I love Hans Zimmer's music!

I did, however, have the hardest time tracking it down, so for anyone who wants to know, try placing an ad in the forum for it at

www.soundtrackcollector.com

The people there are really helpful. The other places I know that still have it (at this moment in time) are Hurricane Records, a European site:

http://213.239.206.44/hurricane/product_info.php?products_id=809262

I nearly vomited when I saw the price - 79.99Eur, which is a bit pricey to put it VERY mildly. Another very reliable collector is

http://www.majestyx.com/discsale.html

The price is $35 which isn't bad I guess. The guy is very good at transactions, and I've been told you can't get better service from him!

Anyway, if you're a fan of the movie, or more importantly, a fan of the simply gorgeous music of it, then it's an absolute must have. Worth every single penny of its pricing. You may have to loads for it, but trust me it'll be worth it, if just for "--The Decision/End Credits"--. Good luck!

jovl77 reply Replies: 0 || 2005-01-07 00:00:00
Excelent Score from both movies. I heard the score from Regarding Henry never before, the score from Thelma &-- Louise I know from the movie, but this CD is a long waiting for the score from T&--L, now I have it and it is absolutly fantastic sounding. I don't know why this score wasn't released yet.

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