Additional Music: James Dooley & Trevor Morris Ambient Music Design: Mel Wesson & Clay Duncan & Bart K. Hendrickson Score Produced by Trevor Morris Featured Cellists: Martin Tillman & Anthony Pleeth Score Remix Team: Slamm Andrews, Al Clay, Clay Duncan, Bart K. Hendrickson, Jörg Hüttner & Trevor Morris Remix Concept: Martin Tillman Solo Voice: Gina Segall Music Editors: Dan Pinder & Lisé Richardson Music Conducted by Fiachra Trench & Gavin Greenaway Music Recording Engineer: Geoff Foster Music Recorded at Air Studios, Lyndhurst Hall, London
Score Mixed by Slamm Andrews & Al Clay Score Mix Assistants: Gregg Silk & Jeff Biggers Orchestrations: Bruce Fowler Music Preparation: Tony Stanton & Booker White Music Coordination, UK: Becky Bentham for Hothouse Music Ltd. Music Contractor: Isobel Griffitsh, Ltd. Assistants to Hans Zimmer, Henning Lohner & Martin Tillman: Thomas Broderick, Abhay Manusmare, Melissa Muik, Mark Wherry, Christian Halten, Jörg Hüttner & Win Meyerson Executive Assistants to Hans Zimmer: Moanike'ala Nakamoto & Andrew Zack Album Mastered by Bruce Maddocks at Cups N' Strings
Executive in Charge of Music for DreamWorks Picturs: Todd Homme Chairman, Universal Classics Group: Chris Roberts Music Business Affairs for DreamWorks Pictures: Lenny Wohl Music Business Affairs for Universal Classics Group: Sheryl Gold Music Clearances: Julie Butchko A&R Direction: David Novik, Marc Johnston & Randy Dry A&R Administration: Evelyn Morgan Soundtrack Coordination for DreamWorks Pictures: Cindi Smith Soundtrack Coordination for Universal Classics Group: Meredith Friedman & Paul Altomari
Hans Zimmer would like to thank: Gore Verbinski, Hideo Nakata, Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg, David Geffen, Laurie MacDonald, Walter Parkes, Benita Allen, Neal Edelstein, Christine Iso, Roy Lee, Mike Macari, J.C. Spink, Chris Bender, Michele Weisler, Klaus Badelt, Ronni Chasen, Ramin Djawadi, Randy Dry, Michael Gorfaine, Harry Gregson-Williams, Lindsay Greitzer, Todd Homme, Charlene Huang, Steve Jablonsky, Michael Knue, Steven Kofsky, James Levine, Wendy Life, Neil Machlis, Chet Mehta, Chris Roberts, Sam Schwartz, Cindi Smith, Mark Sourian, Chris Strong, Greg Vines, Ryan A. Watkins, Glen Walsh, Lenny Wohl, Craig Wood, Geoff Zanelli, Suzanne Zimmer & The Mini Z's, Brigitte Zimmer & Zoe Zimmer
Henning Lohner would like to thank: Ariane Riecker, Peter Lohner, Uwe Boll, Jacqueline Fraisse, Julie Meinken, Olaf Mierau, Roland Suso Richter & Rich Jacobellis
Martin Tillman would like to thank: Ewa Tillmann & The Tillmann Family
Release date : 15/03/2005
This CD contains music from :
* The Ring composed by Hans Zimmer
+ The Ring Two composed by Henning Lohner & Martin Tillman (Main Themes by Hans Zimmer)
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Is really sad than this score have not an edition in good conditions as is deserved, why we have to wait to de sequel to hear this score?. Why is necesary put remixes on the edition of this score?. Anyway than this is one of the little horror scores by Hans Zimmer and someone of their assistants, Zimmer shuns of the typical dramatic effects of this type of music, here makes sutil music, whose fuction is transmit the anguish and desesperation of the protagonist in the moment to knows she will dies. It`s really sad Hans Zimmer don't usually do suspense scores like this
The Ring is one of those scores HZ is proud of. There aren't MANY, and the lists changes depending on his mood. But he also told me The Fan (the most underrated score ever), The Last Samurai, and his scores for Nolan, R. Scott & T. Scott (with the exception of Days of Thunder haha).
The Fan has always been one of my fav score, period. Think there is ever a possibly of a leak or more importantly a legitimate expanded/complete release. The cello work in that score is amazing.
Why is HZ not proud of Days of Thunder?
The Last Samurai? great! First time someone admit Hans is proud of that one! I will never understand why he is not proud of Days of Thunder, thought!
I'd be surprised if he said he was not proud of The Last Samurai, so that's good news. :) It's one of my favorite Hans Zimmer scores.
And it doesn't surprise me at all that Hans is proud of TDKR. He said in one of the movie's special features something to the effect of, "This is the movie I've wanted to score my entire life". And while there will be naysayers, I do think it's a great one.
Before You Die You See the Ring is an excellent track.
"This is Going to Hurt" really reminds me of Sherlock Holmes.
Trent Easton Navarro
Really, really love this score. One of the best horror scores I've ever heard. HZ's music is one of the reason the film is so creepy as hell. He should score more horror films.
Would also love the see a legit expanded version of The Fan, it has a great Nine Inch Nails vibe.
Any info on HGW's and Hali's work on The East -- score release?
Hybrid, can you tell us which tracks are from 1 & 2? cause I know that's what the * and + represent. Thanks =)
Yes, please tell us
Duh, I see it now no worries
Hybrid himself has these listed on another part of this site, along with credits for many other films. So I am not making these up. If you compare these to what is listed above, then clearly tracks 9-12 must be from The Ring 2?
The Well (11:24) Hans Zimmer, Henning Lohner Before You Die You See The Ring (7:09) Hans Zimmer This Is Going To Hurt (2:47) Hans Zimmer, Martin Tillman Burning Tree (10:13) Hans Zimmer, Henning Lohner, Martin Tillman, Trevor Morris Not Your Mommy (3:59) Hans Zimmer, Henning Lohner, Clay Ducan Shelter Mountain (4:10) Hans Zimmer, Martin Tillman, Trevor Morris The Ferry (3:15) Hans Zimmer, Henning Lohner, Martin Tillman, Trevor Morris, Bart Hendrickson I'll Follow Your Voice (6:28) Hans Zimmer, Henning Lohner
My mistake. It states "The Ring - The Ring Two OST" above the tracklist, perhaps I should read that next time. I have not seen The Ring 2 yet, so idk which ones are off of it and I only have the complete score for The Ring.
Each CD track contains a mix from both cues from TR1 & TR2. For exemple : The Well is based on TR1 End Credits, but extended in parts with bits of other cues from TR2.
This is really, really complicated to find out which sub-part is from each movie... Neverthless, I must admit that the OST team did a great job to sum up both film scores in a very enjoyable listening experience !
I think somebody did the complete check up for each track on the filmtracks.com forum back in 2005. I'll give a look at this.
i've been looking for this album since it released but i couldn't found it yet!:( i'm tryin' my best to find it i like the songs "the well" is my favorite i want to play it on piano but..:):) i have to find the cd first! hans zimmer! you're the best:)
zimmer, another great score. you have proven you can write music in the traditional style and modern style with this soundtrack alone. being able to orchestrate the strings piano percussion and winds. then you have the electric guitars and the drumset. it really shows that you are indeed a musical genius
Samara is played by like, three different people, uhh... I don't know thier names, but if anyone does... any way! I love this soundtrack, it really goes with the movies. Can't wait for the ring three next year!!! YAY!
This score was completely great. I decided to buy it on a whim...but I was a bit disapointed...I was hoping to at least find included on the disc the track featured on the tv spots...and the scene where Martin Hendersen is axing the floor above the well with Naomi Watts...But overall, it's got some great some stingers and a great mix from both movies. Thanks for releasing at least a taste of the score!