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well, from what Lorne wrote on Twitter, it should be releasedCool thanks for getting back! I am still a little bit confused though. Do any Basil Poledouris cues go somewhere in that list? Itís been a very very long time since I have seen the film.The Hans cues used are :<br><br>1M1 OPENING CREDITS / MAIN TITLE (USED FROM 2:18 TO 3:03)<br>1M2 GOLDEN STAIRCASE (USED FROM 0:00 TO 1:56)<br>2M2 JACK SEES WOLVES<br>2M3 BLACK WOLF<br>2M6 THE TREK CONTINUES (USED FROM 0:28 TO 1:15)<br>3M1 THIN ICE<br>3M2 SKUNKER'S DEATH<br>3M3 FULL MOON WOLF ATTACK<br>3M3A MORNING WOLF ATTACK<br>6M4 THE BEAR<br>6M4A THE BEAR ATTACK<br>7M3 IN THE STABLE<br>7M5 WHITE FANG FIGHTS SATAN<br>8M1 FIGHT MONTAGE (FIRST HALF USED)<br>8M3 PIT FIGHT (FINAL 20 SEC USED)<br><br>All the rest, by definition, is Basil's score...Hey hybrid soldier! You mentioned on the ghost in the shell page about white fang so I came here! Can you give us a list of the cues as they appear in the film please? The Basil Poledouris cues and the Hans Zimmer cues pleaseI imagined it ... hopefully this time Max Ritcher does not give him a lollipop and refuses to launch his music
Yes Unbreakable.
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<br>Exactly like White Fang. Have Poledouris write a score, then HZ do another, then pick what you want from both.
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<br>Ghost In The Shell was kinda different...In the credits of the movie, Max Ritcher appears as the Main Composer, meanwhile, Lorne appears as Additional MusicI find that it would be best to accredit both and launch the two soundtracks and all happy.Hybrid implies that Max Ritcher's score was rejected, and that Lorne made a new one and in the end, the best of both has been used.  I am right?ANd now apparently another guy is scoring it as well lmao
Technically he's a little under 50% used so there's no obligation. But he wrote a whole score for it.but if Lorne has written 50% of the score you should have a credit like in Ghost in the shellLorne is got additional music credit, not for co-composer, and still appear the image of the label for the soundtrack.But Lorne is still not credited as an official composer.  It is possible that Lorne shares credit with Max.In other news Lorne just finished compiling the OST for Gemini Man...
When Richter was the composer there was an album planned at Deutsche Grammophon...<br><br>When Lorne jumped in to write a new score for the movie, apparently that release was cancelled... Now that film has like 50/50 MR LB, and nothing's planned at all.<br><br>So we'll see, but apart from posting some cues of his score online, like Lorne did before, I doubt there'll be an official release... And if Richter's release gets back on track, it would definitely have his score only.Hybrid, by "not happening" you mean Richter's part of the score or Balfe's? Or the whole thing is as messed up as Ghost in the Shell, regarding the score?@Hybrid why?Probably not happening...Huh. Weird how Harper and HGW worked on continuous chunks of the movie, like Hans assigned them reel by reel or something...
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Beat The Drum (TV)
Label: Varese Sarabande
Length: 53'04
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  1. The Village (5:31)
  2. Thandi - Sacrifice (3:45)
  3. The Journey (2:46)
  4. Nobe & Musa (2:23)
  5. Jo'burg (1:30)
  6. The Muthi Market (1:41)
  7. Wash For A Rand, Part 1 (2:30)
  8. On The Streets (2:07)
  9. We Do Not Talk About It (2:05)
  10. Wash For A Rand, Part 2 (2:51)
  11. Musa's Theme (2:39)
  12. Have You Seen T? (1:19)
  13. Stephan Passed Away (:44)
  14. One More Stop (1:57)
  15. Returning Home (1:54)
  16. What Has Happened (1:18)
  17. Wait For Elder (1:09)
  18. Hallucination (1:14)
  19. Lauren's Revelation (2:36)
  20. Thandi's Theme (2:26)
  21. Did God Send You? (3:11)
  22. Brand New Day (5:14)
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www.hans-zimmer.com reply Replies: 0 || 2011-04-05 00:00:00
Newsite.. Neat :)

Mateus reply Replies: 0 || 2008-01-07 00:00:00
Very good!

Jackie reply Replies: 0 || 2007-06-02 00:00:00
I saw this film and I am DESPERATELY looking for the DVD. Where I can get the DVD? Does any body know?
thanks

teo reply Replies: 0 || 2007-02-14 00:00:00
very beautiful. Geez....

OKKU http://myopera.com/okku29 reply Replies: 0 || 2007-01-23 00:00:00
eeehmm? :) &#305; m waiting more.

Reka Czindrity (reki440@freemail.hu reply Replies: 0 || 2007-01-22 00:00:00
Thats very-very good music!!!! :) Perfect!! :)
I was musician.I played the flute!! :)

Reka

Lusha reply Replies: 0 || 2007-01-22 00:00:00
The extracts sound nice. Trite word, but that's about how I'd describe the soundtrack so far. It seems to lack a richness. I do, however, like the last extract. It's a hymn we sing a lot over here in Zululand, South Africa. I like the orchestration with it and the song itself is appropriate; a call to redemption and hope for the future.

Uri reply Replies: 0 || 2007-01-22 00:00:00
You mean Klaus, right?

John Hamilton reply Replies: 0 || 2007-01-22 00:00:00
Great Music Hans! :]

OīMaly reply Replies: 0 || 2007-01-20 00:00:00
wow!!!

Koala Lin ( http://blog.roodo.com/koalalin) reply Replies: 0 || 2007-01-20 00:00:00
I like this tone and the feeling this effort brought for me. Actually, I've never heard this film before until today.

BTW, the choral sounds like Zimmer's The Power of One or something else... Well.... Is it good to write the same style again? I don't know.

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