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I hear a lot of music throughout the postcad, I imagine from the movie, piano and very orchestral, it promisesseeming score snippets at 6:29, 29:13 and 34:55.in the first episode is nothing about the score :/ mehhThis is a beautiful score by the way. I have feeling this will get lost with NTTD, Dune, and WW84 coming out, but people should give this a listen. The new overture is a nice remix of the main PEII theme. And I "Surfing Dolphins" is yet again a winner.Dave didn't work on it, but a few Blue Planet stuff were used so he gets some sort of credit in the cuesheet for "A Celebration".
Who did Zimmer do this with? Shea and Fleming?May Mr. Zimmer and his team be interested on “extracting” music from the human body for medical purposes?<br>You can reach me at:<br>jcp77452 at um.es<br>ThanksNot only is the album fun as a concept album, it's a surprisingly good score to picture. The themes are really clear for each of the characters and the music really fits the action. Even though the action is kind of corny. Real underrated gem. <br><br>I finally watched the film and even though it's a sort of 5 or 6 out of 10 average/okay movie, it reminded me just how much personality gets injected when Hans Zimmer does the score. He really has a strong voice.Yeah this is a pretty fair assessment.<br><br>While I’ve found myself liking it less and less now that we’re hearing things like ME or Alita from Tom there are still some excellent tracks throughout. <br>(The Dark Tower, Collateral Damage, Guardian, It Will Fall, Roland of Eld)<br><br>My biggest gripe is with the purely sound design cues. They honestly go nowhere and end up padding the album out. What this score needed was a solid villain motif and some more orchestral underscore. It’s like one-half of the score is the more traditional side of Holkenborg whereas the rest falls into his early habit of just making noise.I give it a listen after three years, and i still like it.<br><br>If isn't as good as Mortal Engines or Alita, have a interesting aspects to enjoy: his main theme for Roland, some of the action cues are strong, even the dramatic ones (The Creed or Collateral Damage), some of the sound design are interesting.<br><br>Maybe the weakest aspect of the album, is the middle, some tracks are not that interesting to listen.
woooooow <3From the "No Time to Die" podcast description...<br><br>"You can also be the first to hear exclusive score from Hans Zimmer and brand new recordings from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra from Bond 25 brought to you from Decca Records."<br><br>First of six episodes is released on Wednesday 30th September!!that would be great@GR7 that sounds really cool care to share?Hi! What's the story with track "Into Space"? They really copy track "Planet Descent" and name it that "Into Space"?
I agree guys. Yhis album and parts of the experiments are vey enjoyable. I tend to listen to OST prriodically, and each year there is one or severall scores that replace what I listen the most, and so on... but Dark phoenix is one I can listen every time. <br>I made personal suites assembling music from the OST and mixing it with expremients, and it results in a 50 min suites album, I really like it.Same for me. I'm so happy ! :DA Celebration? It's actually on youtube now.Got it. I assumed as much for the first 3. Thanks.hahahaha ... crack, sorry. Well so far there is no news of anything. Only the video that one track and one with Dave, but it's a preview.<br>I'm not sure how to get news on this, I really would like to get it hahaha.
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Hans ZimmerNick Glennie-SmithJay RifkinBruce Fowler
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Nine Months
Label: Milan Records
Length: 44'46 (Score: 31'57)
HZimmer.com rating:        3/5
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  1. The Time Of Your Life - Little Steven & The Disciples Of Soul (5:56)
  2. Let's Get It On - Marvin Gaye (3:58)
  3. Turn Back The Hands Of Time - Tyrone Davis (2:38)
  4. Baby‚ Baby (4:00)
  5. It's A Boy (9:17)
  6. Voodoo Woman (3:54)
  7. Baby's Room (4:13)
  8. From Russia... (0:59) *
  9. We Can Work It Out (5:04)
  10. Open Your Eyes (4:32)
*Written by Nick Glennie-Smith
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Geofcraze634 reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-02 13:43:41
I love the soundtracks from Hans Zimmer.

In the credits, Charles Martinet as Arnie is from the people's favorite plumbers from Nintendo.. o.o I can't believe it...

mon reply Replies: 0 || 2009-10-14 00:00:00
thank u

Mikel S.i.W (from Spain) reply Replies: 0 || 2008-07-26 00:00:00
The six tracks of the score are very lyrics. Zimmer is a Genius.
Of course, I love this soundtrack.

Suicune reply Replies: 0 || 2007-03-15 00:00:00
One of the most beautiful Hans Zimmer scores. It makes me cry every time I listen to it.

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2007-03-06 00:00:00
More informations :

1. The Time Of Your Life - Performed by Little Stevens (5:56)
2. Let's Get It On - Performed by Marvin Gaye (3:58)
3. Turn Back The Hands Of Time - Performed by Tyronne Power (2:38)
4. Baby, Baby (4:00)
5. It's A Boy (9:17)
6. Voodoo Woman (3:54)
7. Baby's Room (4:13)
8. From Russia... - Composed by Nick Glennie-Smith (0:59)
9. We Can Work It Out (5:04)
10. Open Your Eyes (4:32)

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