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Soo, there is a new trailer for the Third season. I'm very exited.<br>The second half of the trailer sounds like Djawadi did it.<br><br>Do we know if he's doing the 3rd season and will there be a release for the score. If so, is it again on the night after the last eoisode aired??Nice!www.youtube.com/watch?v= uzLk1Ar4DHw@Hybrid<br><br>I did manage to manage to listen to the Gelukkige score he did, it’s an interesting mix of horror music, emotional piano stuff, and some upbeat pop elements that reminded me of Megamind lol.<br><br>Btw, was his concert music for the “Battle of Peace” show ever released? It’s a pretty badass mix of 300, Mad Max, and some epic choral portions.Yeah,pretty good
Have you guys ever listened to anything Tom did in Nederland before saying it's "different" ? :PFrom what I've seen the score sounds so different because Antonio heavily worked on it (as almost every track is on his soundcloud, or was at one point).Tracklist:<br><br>1. Cobolt (1:42)<br>2. Escape (4:28)<br>3. He’s Gone (3:37)<br>4. This Is What He Does (2:19)<br>5. We’ve Got That In Common (1:22)<br>6. Make It Rain (2:23)<br>7. Attack (2:46)<br>8. Why Me (3:00)<br>9. The Suit (2:16)<br>10. Asylum (3:31)<br>11. He’s Behind You (4:42)<br>12. House Fight (5:35)<br>13. It’s All a Lie (5:27)<br>14. Surprise (1:33)<br>15. Denouement (4:58)Up in Itunes NZ<br><br>https:// music.apple.com/nz/album/the-call-of-the-wild-original -motion-picture-soundtrack/1498520127<br><br>Sounds pretty, pretty goodUp in Itune NZ<br><br>https:/ /music.apple.com/nz/album/the-invisible-man-original-motion-  picture-soundtrack/1498868649
oh yes!!! :-)Yeah, it is good.<br><br>Score comes this Friday, also vinyl 4th MarchActually, I prefer BB2 more than Pearl Harbor, thanks!<br><br>There is a quite of the trademark style of Tom in this, his percussion, synths and brassBay should work with Jerry Bruckheimer again. Except Bad Boys 2 (which was way too long) they made really entertaining films together.
@Mark<br>You composed this?  It's pretty damn solid work, man.<br><br>Not sure if I hear a whole lot of 90's Zimmer in there, at least not until the last couple minutes.  If anything it gives me modern Lorne Balfe vibes.  But it's not a bad execution of that sound.  Far from it.<br><br>Could just be me.  I'm curious how the more attuned ears around here feel about it.Not bothering with any more of your bullshit.  This already gets down to the crux of the issue.<br><br>"Look at your first comment here, pal. Look at it good! Snarky, dismissive, almost trollish, and with a clear intention to provoke people."<br><br>You chose to take a comment whose only direct provocation was at Bay himself, as a direct insult to YOU.<br><br>Despite the fact that Bay and his work were the only things mentioned, despite the fact that those were the only things being dissed, you chose to take it as an attack against YOU.  <br><br>And when I elaborated on my full opinion, and even capped it off with a "you do you" olive branch, you chose to take it as me "unleashing my true self."<br><br>That speaks volumes about your mindset.<br><br>Y'know, we could keep talking and going in circles like this.  <br><br>We could talk about how you keep staking the worth of Bay as filmmaker on how much money he's made (and how much less money action films I considered better made) and then turning around and claiming "B-b-but I didn't say box office was a sign of quality!"  <br><br>We could talk about how 300 wasn't trying to start a franchise and how you keep pulling that uncited lie out of your ass to write off its merits under the very faint guise of "objectivity."<br><br>But that'd all be beside the point.<br><br>That point being, how people can only shit on a director according to your arbitrary standards, and how your inherent obsession with "disproving" them or "giving them what they deserve" or whatever self-serious crap you've concocted inside your head is dogmatic fanboyism at BEST.<br><br>Nice day indeed.LOL @ 1/5 star rating, before release.<br><br>Good job, Internet.You should credit Trapanese wherever there is an orchestral prescence in the cues as he handled all the arranging and orchestration.I know what you mean. When I listen to this, I basically hear a Hans & Lorne score with some DP stylings.<br><br>It's fairly frustrating for me, as I'm big on proper crediting; I neither want to give anyone undue credit, nor fail to give credit. With this one, honestly, my only strong intuition is that DP did almost nothing.
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Nick Glennie-SmithHarry Gregson-WilliamsVariousGraham Preskett
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KPM Library - Orchestral Dynamics - The LSO Vol1
Label: Promotional release
Length: 62v'47
HZimmer.com rating:        4/5
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Track 1 : Opening Ceremony (a) R Harvey
Exhilarating fanfare introduction to warm‚ pastoral development.
Transition at 1.59 to reprise and build to grand finale - full orchestra.
Duration : 3.40 Tempo : Medium
Track 2 : Opening Ceremony (b) R Harvey
End link.
Duration : 0.05 Tempo : Medium
Track 3 : Opening Ceremony (c) R Harvey
Poignant introduction featuring solo violin to reflective variation and reprise - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 4.08 Tempo : Medium
Track 4 : Opening Ceremony (d) R Harvey
Abridged variation - chamber group.
Duration : 1.02 Tempo : Medium
Track 5 : Pride of Place (a) G Preskett
Broad‚ dignified theme building to triumphant finale - full orchestra.
Duration : 2.25 Tempo : Medium
Track 6 : Pride of Place (b) G Preskett
Lighter variation - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 2.01 Tempo : Medium
Track 7 : Pride of Place (c) G Preskett
Abridged variation - chamber group.
Duration : 0.59 Tempo : Medium
Track 8 : Screen Heroes (a) S Chamberlain
Atmospheric opening to exhilarating adventure theme. Edit point at 1.31 to patriotic development and reprise to climax - full orchestra.
Duration : 2.57 Tempo : Medium
Track 9 : Screen Heroes (b) S Chamberlain
Tender romantic variation featuring piano - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 2.22 Tempo : Medium
Track 10 : Screen Heroes (c) S Chamberlain
Abridged‚ intimate variation - chamber group.
Duration : 0.59 Tempo : Medium
Track 11 : Screen Heroes (d) S Chamberlain
Abridged nostalgic variation - chamber group.
Duration : 0.59 Tempo : Medium
Track 12 : Love's Journey (a) S Myers
Romantic‚ episodic theme - full orchestra.
Duration : 3.34 Tempo : Slow
Track 13 : Love's Journey (b) S Myers
Colourful‚ uptempo variation - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 2.22 Tempo : Slow
Track 14 : Love's Journey (c) S Myers
Warm‚ intimate variation - chamber group.
Duration : 2.06 Tempo : Slow
Track 15 : Fly Like the Wind (a) J Devereaux
Joyful‚ exhilarating movement - full orchestra.
Duration : 3.31 Tempo : Medium
Track 16 : Fly Like the Wind (b) J Devereaux
Lighter episodic variation - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 2.40 Tempo : Medium
Track 17 : Jubilate (a) A Jackman
Exuberant‚ ceremonial theme - full orchestra.
Duration : 2.13 Tempo : Medium
Track 18 : Jubilate (b) A Jackman
Light‚ reflective variation - chamber group.
Duration : 1.02 Tempo : Medium
Track 19 : Look Back with Love (a) N Glennie-Smith
Gentle‚ romantic theme featuring classical guitar - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 3.31 Tempo : Slow
Track 20 : Look Back with Love (b) N Glennie-Smith
Romantic theme for classical guitar.
Duration : 3.17 Tempo : Slow
Track 21 : Country Pursuits S Myers
Jaunty‚ rural theme - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 1.44 Tempo : Medium
Track 22 : Regal Heritage (a) B Gulland
Stately‚ historical theme - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 2.02 Tempo : Slow
Track 23 : Regal Heritage (b) B Gulland
Variation for brass quartet.
Duration : 0.26 Tempo : Slow
Track 24 : Jolly Good Fun H Gregson-Williams
Jaunty‚ open-air theme - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 1.15 Tempo : Medium

30 SECOND VERSIONS

Track 25 : Opening Ceremony 30 (a) R Harvey
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 26 : Opening Ceremony 30 (b) R Harvey
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 27 : Pride of Place 30 G Preskett
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 28 : Screen Heroes 30 (a) S Chamberlain
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 29 : Screen Heroes 30 (b) S Chamberlain
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 30 : Love's Journey 30 (a) S Myers
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Slow
Track 31 : Love's Journey 30 (b) S Myers
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Slow
Track 32 : Love's Journey 30 (c) S Myers
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Slow
Track 33 : Fly Like the Wind 30 (a) J Devereaux
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 34 : Fly Like the Wind 30 (b) J Devereaux
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 35 : Jubilate 30 A Jackman
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 36 : Look Back with Love 30 N Glennie-Smith
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Slow
Track 37 : Country Pursuits 30 (a) S Myers
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 38 : Country Pursuits 30 (b) S Myers
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 39 : Regal Heritage 30 B Gulland
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Slow
Track 40 : Jolly Good Fun 30 H Gregson-Williams
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
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