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That's a great news!Alita ia going to be release by Milan RecordsCan't freaking wait for this. The series ends with a bang!Coming soon !So this is basically a Mazzaro score
It'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 moviesLot 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?Both of these redesigns are great!@Everan your cover is really nice, I like it!!Made this one myself, if anyone's interested.<br>https: //www.flickr.com/photos/everan-shepard/ 44212313235
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Armageddon (Expanded Score)
Label: Unofficial Release
Length: 132'29
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  1. Main Title (4:49)
    Trevor Rabin, Harry Gregson-Williams, Steve Jablonsky
  2. Boffer Reports In (0:23)
    Steve Jablonsky
  3. Meteor Shower (2:16)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  4. Life Sucking Bitch (0:42)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  5. Truman Briefs President (0:40)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  6. Finding Grace (1:06)
    Trevor Rabin
  7. Oil Rig (2:00)
    Trevor Rabin
  8. Quincy's Moment (1:36)
    Trevor Rabin
  9. N°2 Strikes Oil (1:14)
    Trevor Rabin
  10. Harry Arrives At Nasa (1:01)
    Trevor Rabin
  11. Top Secret (2:25)
    Trevor Rabin, Steve Jablonsky
  12. Harry Agrees (0:46)
    Trevor Rabin
  13. Save The World (1:37)
    Trevor Rabin
  14. Demands (1:40)
    Trevor Rabin
  15. The Wrong Stuff (1:33)
    Trevor Rabin
  16. Weightless Simulation (0:39)
    Trevor Rabin
  17. Zero Barrier (0:38)
    Trevor Rabin
  18. Love Nest (1:03)
    Trevor Rabin, Harry Gregson-Williams
  19. Armadillo (1:15)
    Trevor Rabin
  20. Underwater Simulation (2:13)
    Trevor Rabin
  21. Animal Crackers - Steven Tyler (2:35)
    Trevor Rabin, Harry Gregson-Williams, Diane Warren
  22. Chick's Family (2:31)
    Trevor Rabin
  23. Shanghai (2:54)
    Trevor Rabin, Harry Gregson-Williams
  24. Harry And Grace Make Peace (1:45)
    Trevor Rabin
  25. Final Launch Prep (0:52)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  26. Launch (7:52)
    Trevor Rabin
  27. Mir (1:43)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, Steve Jablonsky
  28. Death Of Mir (Part 1) (2:06)
    Trevor Rabin
  29. Death Of Mir (Part 2) (1:51)
    Trevor Rabin
  30. Fly To Moon (1:16)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  31. Asteroid (6:53)
    Hans Zimmer, Harry Gregson-Williams, John Van Tongeren
  32. Fallen Comrades (1:25)
    Trevor Rabin, Harry Gregson-Williams
  33. Grid 9 (4:11)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  34. A.J.'s Idea (2:56)
    Trevor Rabin
  35. 57 Feet (1:37)
    Trevor Rabin, Harry Gregson-Williams
  36. Override The System (8:27)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  37. Back In Business (1:36)
    Trevor Rabin
  38. Armadillo Jump (3:38)
    Trevor Rabin, Harry Gregson-Williams, John Van Tongeren
  39. Jump Celebration (0:22)
    Trevor Rabin
  40. Max Bites It (4:16)
    Trevor Rabin, Harry Gregson-Williams, John Van Tongeren
  41. A.J.'s Return (4:27)
    Trevor Rabin
  42. Rockstorm (3:37)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  43. Short Straws (3:44)
    Trevor Rabin
  44. Long Distance Goodbye (2:30)
    Trevor Rabin, Harry Gregson-Williams
  45. Evacuation #1 (3:42)
    Trevor Rabin
  46. Evacuation #2 (1:48)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, John Van Tongeren
  47. A Wing And A Prayer (5:15)
    Trevor Rabin, Harry Gregson-Williams
  48. Returning Home (Trailer) (3:14)
    Trevor Rabin
  49. American The Beautiful (Super Bowl) (0:44)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  50. Meteor Shower (Alternate) (2:04)
    Harry Gregson-Williams (Trevor Rabin)
  51. Weightless Simulation (Alternate) (0:23)
    Trevor Rabin
  52. Armageddon Piano (Love Nest Alternate) (0:35)
    Trevor Rabin
  53. Animal Crackers - Steven Tyler (Alternate) (2:35)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, Trevor Rabin, Diane Warren
  54. Final Launch Prep (Alternate) (0:59)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  55. A.J.'s Idea (Alternate) (2:52)
    Trevor Rabin
  56. Long Distance Goodbye (Alternate) (3:05)
    Trevor Rabin
  57. Armageddon Suite (5:20)
    Trevor Rabin
  58. Theme From Armageddon (3:07)
    Trevor Rabin
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Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 10 || 2018-11-23 00:35:56
Cuesheet (sort of... lol) & official cue names added...


Knight2018-11-23 01:00:38
Huh, no more Linford and Harper credits


Hybrid Soldier2018-11-23 13:29:28
It was not strictly speaking official... Harper & Linford never made it to the cue sheet, neither did Hans (at his request) and JVT miraculously made it to ONE of his cues, Jablonsky appears on 3 cues but did more than that... lol


Kent Öberg2018-11-23 18:30:27
Hybrid, which tracklists have you updated? I've noticed changes to the PEARL HARBOR and HANNIBAL pages as well.


Hybrid Soldier2018-11-23 19:19:50
Indeed !

Also, Nine Months & Preacher's Wife...


Edmund Meinerts2018-11-26 14:08:38
So are the old credit actually more accurate, then, since they featured Linford/Harper/etc?


Rafael Rios2018-11-26 19:13:46
They were also clearer when it comes to the tracks where HGW used themes from Rabin and vice versa. Now you can't tell for example if "A Wing and A Prayer" is written by HGW or Rabin.


Mr Tweedy2018-11-28 18:58:13
The older credits were mostly guess. These new ones are the real, official credits.
When you have only Trevor's name attached to one track, it's him. When you have HGW only, it's him. When you have both TR & HGW, it's probably an HGW track featuring TR themes (the only big exception being A Wing and A Prayer). There's also an exception to the exception with Death of Mir, written by Trevor Rabin, because it contains the "Meteo Shower theme" (by HGW), while there's no HGW credit attached to it.

Though it was said Don Harper gave help on the score, we had no real information about it. It's the same for Paul Linford.


Rabin Fan2018-12-06 18:48:58
Hybrid, did the cue sheet list the slates for the tracks and if so, could you post them?
Would greatly appreciate it.


Hybrid Soldier2018-12-06 19:09:06
Unfortunately, no...


Mr Tweedy2018-12-07 09:41:18
Main Title is probably 1M01. Hope it helps! =)

Bayhem reply Replies: 2 || 2018-05-11 16:09:05
I have this bad feeling that Trevor might be done scoring movies.

Yes, yes, I know he's touring and for the last few years he's been focused on his "other" musical side, but I don't think we will see him doing big movies from now on. And that's a scary thought for a longtime Rabin fan like myself. I mean, a few years back Bruckheimer's 12 Strong would most likely have been a Rabin score. But now the young guns like Lorne are taking over. I don't mind it, but I still miss the Rabin sound.


I really, really hope for at least one more substantial Rabin score. For a substantial, big-budget movie.


rockhound2018-05-11 18:14:18
i also miss trevors sound in films. always loved the rabin/bruckheimer combo. maybe he will be back for Gemini Man in 2019 or at least for the next Bad Boys movie. i really hope, that trevor didn't already retire.


Bayhem2018-05-11 21:02:43
maybe he will be back for Gemini Man in 2019 or at least for the next Bad Boys movie
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Gemini Man would be a great project for Trevor. But.....it is an Ang Lee movie, which means he will most likely get Mychael Danna. Yes, it's also a Bruckheimer production, but when he works with established directors like Ang Lee, Jerry tends to let them pick their own crew members. He's not running the show like he does it on Con Air and Gone in 60 Seconds.

The good news is that there's enough time for all parties to work things out for Bad Boys 3. Now, I know some Bad Boys fans weren't happy with the score for BB2 (personally, I love the score), but it would be nice to have a proper continuation of the sound from BB2. And frankly, it would simply be nice to hear another badass Rabin action score. I really hope Jerry asks Trevor to do it. Just to make sure, I will go to Jerry's Instagram and I will tell him to do it! lol.

Scorefan reply Replies: 0 || 2018-04-18 02:36:40
@Hybrid, there is a TV movie called Max-Q produced by Jerry Bruckheimer with music from Nick Glennie-Smith. The Dirty Pictures Promo has 4 tracks. They are very good, in the stylish of Armageddon. Nick is fantastic.

Bayhem reply Replies: 10 || 2017-08-02 20:35:44
I always thought that this score was just influenced by Hans. But now I see that he actually worked on it, which kinda surprised me because for years I was under the impression that this was a Rabin/Gregson baby. And Steve also did some work on it. It's crazy, this score combines the talents of my favorite composers. If I'm not mistaken it's also the only time Zimmer shares a credit with Rabin...


rockhound2017-08-02 22:16:24
rabin and zimmer worked also together on Days of Thunder. Rabin played the guitar on The Last Note Of Freedom and if i remember correctly, rabin also said in an interview that he played some guitar parts on the score. but im not sure about that.


bro2017-08-02 22:37:44
Trevor also played the "Van Halen-ish" guitar parts in Twister for cues like "Going Green" and "Walk in the Woods".


Bayhem2017-08-03 14:48:10
rabin and zimmer worked also together on Days of Thunder. Rabin played the guitar on The Last Note Of Freedom
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I didn't know that. Very interesting. Rabin always says that Steven Seagal helped him get into film scoring, but I have a feeling that Zimmer (and Mancina) were also helping a lot. After all, Rabin worked on Fair Game and on Twister (as pointed out by "bro") and Days of Thunder. All movies that were made before Glimmer Man, which was the first full-blown Rabin score in Hollywood. Come to think of it, I certainly wouldn't mind seeing, or rather listening, to another Zimmer/Rabin collaboration.


rockhound2017-08-03 18:33:24
trevor came on board to Days of Thunder because of trevor horn, who produced that song. both knew each other from rabins time with YES. and if i remember correctly, mark mancina came on board to Days of Thunder because rabin. mark played keyboard on rabins L.A. live tour in 1989 and they both have also written the YES song Miracle of Life from the Union album in 1991.

and because rabin and mancina both knew each other, rabin got some work to do on mancinas scores. the first time i saw rabins name was in the Thank You credits in the SPEED score album. and when trevor scored Glimmer Man, someone of jerry bruckheimers staff recognized the music and because of that, trevor got in contact with bruckheimer. but because trevor was still new in the business, and bruckheimer wasnt sure about trevor yet, they hired mancina for Con Air. and mancina wanted trevors help, so both got the job.

the funny thing is, you can call rabin the Steven Seagal of filmmusic. both got a major credit with their first film. :D


Bayhem2017-08-03 21:37:33
Glad to see someone who knows his stufff when it comes to Rabin :) Just like me, you're obviously a fan of his. By the way, since you mentioned Trevor Horn, it got me thinking. The credit for the Coyote Ugly score went to Trevor Horn, but I clearly remember reading on the web forum a few years back that in reality it was Rabin who composed the majority of the film's themes. Yet, he's not credited anywhere. Nothing. Do you know anything about that? P.S. I still can't believe that there was never a release of the Coyoty Ugly score. Such a beautiful, sensual score.


rockhound2017-08-03 22:03:51
trevor rabin is my favourite composer, thats why i try to get as much informations as possible about him and his filmmusic work. but i also like his songs with YES, especially the TALK album and his solo stuff, especially the album Can't Look Away.

as for Coyote Ugly. trevor horn produced all the diane warren songs for this film. i guess, that is the reason he also composed the score. i think because of the many songs in the movie bruckheimer didn't want to hire one of his regulars at that time. there wasn't much score in the movie if i remember correctly.


Hybrid Soldier2017-08-03 22:28:11
And Trevor happens to be the brother-in-law of RCP's current boss, & HZ business partner, Steve Kofsky ! lol


meta2017-08-04 01:57:24
WOW....Never thought I'd see this pop up again..

TIMELY! - well almost...


Bayhem2017-08-04 09:57:15
i think because of the many songs in the movie bruckheimer didn't want to hire one of his regulars at that time. there wasn't much score in the movie if i remember correctly.
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You're right, it's not exactly a score-driven movie, but there is definitely a theme that can be heard when Violet's father talks to her in the kitchen (at the start of the movie). Then there's a slightly different version of that theme when they're at the hospital. It's a very beautiful and soft piece of music and it wouldn't be a stretch to say that it sounds very much like a Rabin music. As for Rabin's alleged involvement, it all came from the FilmScoreMonthly message boards. It was there when I first read that he was involved. They even said that on this very site (HZ.com) Rabin was listed as the composer of the theme, with Horn as the official composer (the page is no longer available though). Not only that, but I just saw that on the Soundtrack Collector page for Coyote Ugly Rabin is credited as the composer. Could be a mistake because they're both Trevor, but still, I'm inclined to believe that Rabin was involved in one way or another.


rockhound2017-08-04 10:07:09
i saw that Klaus Badelt has 2 tracks from Coyote Ugly on his website. but i dont know, if it is from the actual score or just demos or rejected music.

Lynk reply Replies: 0 || 2017-08-04 07:13:21
I wonder if the fine folks at La La Land Records could pick this one up, and give it its long overdue legitimate deluxe treatment.

Scorefan reply Replies: 0 || 2017-07-28 07:03:03
@Hybrid, there is a TV movie called Max-Q produced by Jerry Bruckheimer with music from Nick Glennie-Smith. The Dirty Pictures Promo has 4 tracks. They are very good, in the stylish of Armageddon.

Scorefan reply Replies: 1 || 2016-07-15 18:54:43
A cameo from Armageddon in tne new Ice Age movie. It was funny. The theme sounds with the scene where all walk through the dust in the middle of the movie.


Hybrid Soldier2016-07-15 19:58:16
Actually it kinda shocked me, it was a bad idea, poorly executed, they even used The Launch to parody the famous "slo-mo walk", but that part was actually scored in Arma with the HGW cue right before !! lol

buschleagueblazr reply Replies: 0 || 2015-09-19 05:31:27
I always wondered why the "Asteroid Chase" cue was my favorite.

david reply Replies: 0 || 2013-03-11 04:54:33
heres hoping that the man of steel theme sounds something like 6:27 of the launch, that bit would fit superman flying so damn well maybe with a bit of chorus!

Scorefan reply Replies: 5 || 2012-11-11 06:08:22
Armageddon is one of the best action scores in many years but also this version is just expanded because there are two missing cues: The complete part of the mir evacuation and death (like 5 minuts) and the film version of the evacuation when the ship leaves the asteroid and harry blow up the bomb
that's the two part missing scores
I hope some day, maybe La-La-Land or Intrada release the complete score recording sessions with those music parts


Mr Tweedy2012-11-11 11:29:56
Scorefan, you're half right half wrong...
Yes, there are a few cues missing, for sure. But these aren't the ones you mention. Mir Evacuation & Death is a mash up of the original Death of Mir cues, with some edited parts of Secondary Protocol and Meteor Shower thrown into the mix. It's not unreleased music, it's previously released music edited in a different way.
The Evacuation of the Asteroid is mostly Rabin's cue Evacuation, with Harry Gregson-Williams'insert "Evacuation 2" replacing the middle portion. Again, nothing new here.

But, you might have noticed that the Asteroid 4-notes theme from "Asteroid Chase" appears a few times in the film, with various arrangements (replacing a portion of "Top Secret" or "AJ's Return" for exemple) and the cue "Fallen Comrades" has a longer opening in the movie.
For sure these are only minor cues, and I'd be quite happy to get them, but the 2CD "expanded score", as we know it, is really awesome as it is !


Scorefan2012-11-12 06:47:45
@Mr Tweedy of course, yes i have the version, but also, i want to hear those film mixing versions. I hope, in the future, La La Land Records develop Armageddon, The Peacemaker, Crimson Tide, The Rock and yes, The Lion King


Trent Easton Navarro2012-11-12 22:07:52
If The Lion King will be released, it will be by Intrada. They have a deal with Disney (also hoping we'll see a release for Jerry Goldsmith's Mulan)

Second Armageddon and The Peacemaker. Those two deserve an official complete release.

As for Crimson Tide and The Rock, both original releases are fine for me (not that wouldn't buy an expanded version though :P)


Scorefan2012-11-14 20:05:36
@Trent Easton Navarro
well, i hope those will have an official release, just like La La Land made with Broken Arrow and Black Rain, also with more of Remote Control Scores, just like Days Of Thunder and Backdraft


Trent Easton Navarro2012-11-17 18:56:27
Yeah, I loved their releases for Broken Arrow and Black Rain, as well as Speed and Speed 2: Cruise Control.

Official releases for Days of Thunder and Backdraft would also be great. As well as Bird on a Wire

montana reply Replies: 1 || 2012-03-06 09:32:10
sheet !!! please Armageddon Piano (Love Nest Alternate)-Trevor Rabin & Harry Gregson-Williams .... si quelqu'un peu me dire ou la trouver.... Very thanks !!!!


iPhil2012-03-08 10:56:22
very difficult to find!
i found one, but don't know if it is what you're looking for!
but it's very bad quality!
sry

Trev´s Fan reply Replies: 0 || 2011-10-07 09:44:20
In 1998, you scored "Armageddon" which was a rather great hit, at the time. Characterised by many as an Epic Symphonic Score, blend with a distinct Rock spirit and tone, by having the guitar on a basic and principal role. How did you become involved in that project and of course, is there something particular you remember off these sessions?

Although I had recently done "Con Air" for Jerry Bruckheimer, he was concerned that I didn't have enough experience to take on a film the size of "Armageddon". So I had to basically write the main themes before I was hired. I think Jerry had showed a lot of courage hiring someone with very little experience. Luckily, I had the themes by the time I started which made the project a little easier...but it was a gruelling project

Tell us about the score, your inspiration on writing the beautiful love theme and the dense action pieces. Which is your favourite sequence, both in the movie and score?

I was very happy with the main theme which I used for anthemic moments, romantic moments, and others. It is very rewarding when a theme is so easily adapted to different emotions.


In that film you worked with Harry Gregson Williams and also other composers from the Media Ventures studios. Later on, you also worked with Harry on “Enemy of the State”. Due to these facts, completed by a tight relationship with the studio, a lot of people thought that you were also part of the Media Ventures Studios. Please Trevor, tell us the real story behind this, the making process of “Armageddon” and “Enemy of the State”. You know, a lot of people still think you´re part of that team!

My studio is quite far from Jerry Bruckheimer´s offices, so after "Con Air" he requested that I find a studio nearer him to compose "Armageddon". Media Ventures was near Jerry , and had a great room available, so I hired the room for "Armageddon". There was a lot of music on the movie and I had great help from Harry Gregson-Williams, Paul Linford and Don Harper. I was in the middle of doing "Jack Frost" when Jerry Bruckheimer called me for "Enemy of the State". I was concerned about the two films overlapping so I asked Harry, and Tim Heinz to help. I wrote the themes before starting "Enemy of the State" which like "Armageddon", made it a little easier. I love what Harry did on "Enemy" and we shared credit. Hans Zimmer and I have been friends for a long time, however I have nothing to do with Media Ventures, I think they're a great company.

Jack reply Replies: 0 || 2011-09-14 12:46:47
Correct me if I'm wrong, but this one is the original complete score (maybe recording sessions... ;-)), which was used to make the version that has been around on the net. The only difference consists in different track names. For example: track 2 "Boffer reports in" corresponds to tracks 2 "Defcon 3", and so on.

And maybe that's why all the Armageddon bootlegs listed on the website have been removed: this one is the only real deal!


xonix reply Replies: 0 || 2011-03-20 00:00:00
hey does anyone know if there is a way to get this score?
i cannot find it ANYWHERE!!

pls help :/

Hybrid Solder III reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-23 00:00:00
Hey Guys,
I so much wanted this nick too...
Ok, that's not funny. Sorry. :)

Adrian reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-22 00:00:00
@ /&/

No composer works alone these days, not only for the crazy dead lines, but also because of some very picky directors (like Michael Bay) who ask for rewrites all the time.
Did you see the ''additional music''-army for LOTR 1,2 and 3? Of course, they have a different function than RCP-people, but it's just a fact that no composer works alone.
Even 'legend' John Williams works with other people, but they aren't credited so they are ghost writers!

/&/ reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-22 00:00:00
Keep all of the statement of a page and look for other information. Bad boys 2, HGW has worked on this score. He is not listed at the end of the movie!

/&/ reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-22 00:00:00
@ trent easton navarro
Trevor Rabin is a standalone composer. Not five additional composer needed to composed a good score. He is not one and the remote control and Armageddon only his third film works was. Bruckheimer would have it that he works with remote control. It's easy to understand!

Trent Easton Navarro reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-22 00:00:00
@ /&/

Nice interview, but what's the point you're trying to make?

Hybrid Soldier II reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-22 00:00:00
OK Mr Hybrid Soldier !!

My Name is Hybrid Soldier II is that OK ???

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-22 00:00:00
who did additional music on LOTR? First I've heard about it

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-22 00:00:00
Howard Shore wrote the music written and arranged entirely alone.

He had printed his assistants the scores and revised !!

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-22 00:00:00
Don't play that game using my nick, bro...

Cause you know, your english sucks ! ;)



Doesn't work, and anyway, I don't care about Shore and your debate guys, stop being ridiculous... I mean seriously...

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-22 00:00:00
Yes I like the name and have you mind?

That is the law !

Adrian reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-22 00:00:00
Yes that`s right !

Tim reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-22 00:00:00
that's all kinda weird, guys :D ...a user steals the admin's nickname, other people contend that LOTR would have been co-written by add. composers and I've read the looongest post EVER on this page eventually (thx for the interview btw:) )...are these the highlights of the day or what?! :P

Prott reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-21 00:00:00
/&/ - Tracklist is correct. .-) These credits are from ASCAP.

/&/ reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-21 00:00:00
Check out the End of the Movie

/&/ reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-21 00:00:00
Trevor Rabin has not so many additional Composer like Hans Zimmer!

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