NewsHans' BiographyTeam (Present & Past)DiscographyMediaArchivesJukeboxFan CoversAbout/Feedback

 SEARCH
 

 FAN COMMENTS
The douchebag with the fucked up hairline known as Hybrid soldier erased my previous comment because i said Zimmer barely writes his own music. Can't even have an opinion on this website anymore? It's like I was bashing him or said anything terrible.I can't agree with Genius: Picasso. I like the score, but it doesn't have enough direction. Just a lot of soundscaping. It is like the score is just there. <br><br>Balfe has this same problem with a lot of his scores.<br><br>I am so tire of people claiming Balfe has potential. It is like a basketball fan constantly claiming that Player X is two years away from being two years away. Every year people say Balfe is going to do something great. I am still waiting for this. That said, I haven't listened to MI:6 yet.Christopher Nolan of music? You serious? You compare Balfe with Nolan, one of the most talented directors of this generation? Nolan always does his own shit. He doesn't tempt scenes from other movies and recolor them and call them his. <br><br>Has Balfe written a great score that is truly his own yet? Maybe I just haven't heard it. <br><br>The only thing Balfe and Nolan has in common is that they are both white and they are both British.So I've finally decided to give this a listen today, and it was a lot of fun! The general quirkiness, source cues that actually benefit the score, and one of the best themes that I've heard from Zimmer in Moriarty certainly make this one a keeper. A lot of people barp on the OST, but it certainly made me interested to hear the music in a better form. I'll probably have to listen to it again before forming a definitive opinion, but as is, it managed to actually live up to the hype.Music By Harry Gregson-Williams<br>Additional Music By Stephanie Economou<br>Music Supervisor By Jabari Ali
Totally phoned in...I got nothing from this...Y'know, up until recently, I also thought Lorne was one of the least interesting RCP composer next to Junkie XL. Then I listened to Genius: Picasso (because of that one Balfe troll's recommendation interestingly enough), and now I see enormous potential in him. That is one of the most interesting television scores I've heard so far. The orchestrations and overall complexity is an enormous achievement for Lorne and shows that he can do much more than generic sample composition. <br><br>I'll probably skip this score because I have no interest in Mission Impossible, but I have a lot more interest in Balfe's career now thanks to his work on Genius: Picasso. If he continues on that level of composing, he may actually get some notoriety.Um.....guys, why are we acting like Kraemer doesn't have the skill to do a different sort of score? I'm fairly positive Jack Reacher doesn't sound anything like RN. Really, the reason he wasn't brought in was because, apparently, McQuarrie was pissed that he was overruled in how he wanted the film to sound, so be deliberately chose not to hire him this time. Purely a thing of spite. And a lot of the disappointment lies in those who normally don't pay attention to film music, which shows just how special that particular score was.<br><br>Really, I'm confident that had McQ had his way this time, and with Kraemer on board, he would've made something that did fit the new tone of the film. Composers should be able to challenge themselves to do something that is out of their comfort. Which is likely why a lot of Zimmer scores are the way they are, since he's allowed to differentiate every once and a while.<br><br>As is, with this logic, Cruise should not have hired McQ again if he wanted a different kind of movie for Fallout.Hot take: Cruise saying that Fallout is the best score in the franchise is the equivalent of Danny Elfman saying there is only one Batman theme. Just marketing tricks to get one more excited.<br><br>Me personally, the general M:I sound isn't something I tend to get excited for, though I definitely acknowledge it's objectively well done. With M:I-2 though, while it's technically dated and incredibly cheesy, I admire it for those reasons, and is incredibly fun for me. Not to mention that the Spanish guitar is a lovely touch, and Injection is proof that there is more to Zimmer than some might think.<br><br>Balfe as a composer, to me, seems like tbe sort of guy who's told to get synth that fit the film well enough, and call it a day. Sure, there's one or two scores that go above and beyond to actually be something of note, but otherwise he's among the least interesting of the RCP bunch. Feel free to feel however you want, but that's my two cents.<br><br>It's frustrating that you have to deal with some of the touchier fans Edmund, but I'll admit that I do get a laugh everytime it happens. I love music, but I don't feel the need to get overly defensive about. I would just enjoy it and leave it like that.Meh on this one...Listening to it doesn't really do much for me. Maybe because I dont care for Cruise, or MIssion Impossible, or maybe because I already heard better from Inception and Fury Road....
Even on last year's Dunkirk Hans wrote 90% of it. Unless you are born in the last few months there is plenty of music which Hans wrote and many can remember.Interstellar is barely 3 years old.SamualPF - there people go again misconstruing my comments about some of the posters here as negative comments against Balfe or his music. I didn't say anything about the score. But sure, keep pushing that agenda.<br><br>George, you make fair, well-articulated points and for what it's worth, I never included you among those who have, shall we say, aroused my suspicions. I'm looking forward to checking out the score for myself and rest assured I'll give it a fair shake when I do. I've liked plenty of Balfe scores in the past, I swear I'm not a hater! :pNone of Kraemerís music is reused! Thematic consistency says what?I actually always listen to a new score with an open mind. If I start expecting something and the score doesn't sound like it or doesn't have a certain thing in it I will always be dissappointed. If I don't expect anything and it turns out a score is a dissappointment, it's not such a big deal.<br><br>For example:<br>A lot of people wanted/expected a lot of individual hero themes in Infinity War. I didn't think it was necessary and I'm absolutely in love with the score.<br><br>And in the cause of reprising themes from 30+ different character in a score of 2 hours would have been chaos. If you're talking about LOTR and themes, that's different story. Those scores were almost all 3 or 4 hours.<br><br>But all and all. I don't think this is a better score than RN, but I don't think it's a bad score. It fits the movie, and I think that's what a score is all about
Edmund ........<br><br>Yet again another negative comment about Balfe based on no fact . Sums you up really . The fact Tom Cruise who has produced the franchise has said he thinks is the best means something .we all get it that you donít like his music but simply contain yourself for always wanting to make pointless comments about him .<br><br>The reviews have been amazing for he filmmand Balfes scores . This may irritate you but at least watch the film and listen to the score then give a proper opinion.give it a goNo offense, Edmund, but if you havenít listened to it then donít make a judgement call on those of us that like it. Fallout in my opinion is the only really good RCP blockbuster score this year, and Iím going to voice my opinion on that. Pacific Rim, Tomb Raider, wrinkle in time, and Skyscraper have all been disappointments for me so when this surprisingly came out two weeks early, and I surprisingly liked it, then of course Iím going to ďflock overĒ and tell you all about how I feel. <br><br>Reviewers liking it is fun for those of us that like it. Tom cruise, who actually IS known to like film scores and has been to concerts for film scores (like Brian Tyler, even though Iím not crazy about him), liking it is also exciting for those of us that like this score and also for us who were excited to hear an updated RCP take on Mission Impossible. I root for all the RCP composers to succeed and create something memorable, and when others seem to like that too then Iím going to comment on it.<br><br>Whether it was Lorne Balfe, Henry Jackman, Ramin Djawadi, or Hans himself who scored this I would have been one of the first to tell you all if I liked it. And if I hated it I would also have voiced my disappointment... but simply put I was not disappointed and Iím glad that others are liking it, including reviewers and Tom Cruise.Once again, and not for the first time on this site, I can't help get the feeling that a Lorne Balfe score page is getting brigaded. Seems like every time he puts a new score out, a bunch of people flock to the page with glowingly positive comments (and brooking not even the slightest criticism), frequently from irregular users with very generic names who don't ever post in threads by other composers. And then using weak, tired arguments like "the reviewers love it" (I trust film reviewers on scores about as far as I can throw them) or "Tom Cruise said it's the best" (and since when is Cruise an authority on film scoring?) or "this is a new/modern/DARK M:I movie" (no excuse for a bad score). It feels, quite frankly, like shilling.<br><br>Disclaimer: haven't actually heard the score, I'm making no judgment on the music itself here. This is merely an observation of the posting patterns here.Iím right there with you. I definitely think Balfe is very talented, although heís far from one of the best composers out there. Especially compared to Zimmer.<br><br>That being said, Iím not crazy about MI:2. The highlights are solid (Injection and Bare Island especially) but I find most of the score either schizophrenic or just not as developed as the scores that influence it. Sorta like how everybody loves ďThe RingĒ but I canít personally canít help but hear it as a lesser version of Hannibal.Right, which is why Iím ok with this. Look, I love the score for Rogue Nation as much as everyone else, but I still kept an open mind and was surprised that I enjoyed Fallout as much as I did, regardless of the influences.
Latest

Please install Flash®
and turn on Javascript.


Rate those CD:
Top 50





Additional MusicAdditional MusicMusic Production Services
Geoff ZanelliRyeland AllisonBobby TahouriSteven Kofsky
ComposerAdditional MusicAdditional MusicMusic Production Services
Hitman
Label: La-La Land Records
Length: 45'45 (Score: 41'34)
HZimmer.com rating:        Not yet rated
Fans rating:     rate at 1 out of 5 rate at 2 out of 5 rate at 3 out of 5 rate at 4 out of 5 rate at 5 out of 5   2/5 (11514 votes)
0:00
0:00
controls_prev
controls_toggle
controls_next
player_volume

player_loop
player_shuffle
player_download


  1. Ava Maria (2:04)
  2. I Take Out The Trash (2:23)
  3. The Belicoff Assassination (2:24)
  4. Roses For Nika (3:09)
  5. Random Complication (2:52)
  6. New Suit (1:17)
  7. Train Station (Bite Your Tongue) (4:36)
  8. Istanbul (1:45)
  9. Table 26 (2:25)
  10. Best Laid Plans (1:38)
  11. Undress Me (2:42)
  12. I Need You To Die (2:10)
  13. My Number Is 47 (2:27)
  14. Trust Unto God (Udre's Funeral) (2:22)
  15. Rubber Duckie (1:32)
  16. Righteous Buttkicking (2:11)
  17. Denouement (3:28)
  18. Ava Maria - Christina England (4:11)
Create Topic

Pages << 1 2 3 4 >>

mathieu[Of FRANCE] reply Replies: 0 || 2017-04-10 18:38:58
Bonjour,

je suis dťsolť, je suis franÁais et je ne parle pas anglais

cette musique est musique, j'adore

Je suis fan de musique de films et de jeux vidťo!!!



Caro reply Replies: 0 || 2011-06-14 02:36:09
Touchdown! That's a rellay cool way of putting it!

KaijusRoyaume reply Replies: 0 || 2011-06-08 23:28:51
Complete credited tracklist :

1. Ava Maria (2:04) - Coline Grindel
Franz Schubert, Geoff Zanelli
2. I Take Out The Trash (2:23)
Geoff Zanelli, Bobby Tahouri
3. The Belicoff Assassination (2:24)
Geoff Zanelli, Bobby Tahouri
4. Roses For Nika (3:09)
Geoff Zanelli, Bobby Tahouri
5. Random Complication (2:52)
Geoff Zanelli, Bobby Tahouri
6. New Suit (1:17)
Geoff Zanelli, Bobby Tahouri
7. Train Station (Bite Your Tongue) (4:36)
Geoff Zanelli, Bobby Tahouri, Ryeland Allison
8. Istanbul (1:45)
Geoff Zanelli
9. Table 26 (2:25)
Geoff Zanelli, Ryeland Allison
10. Best Laid Plans (1:38)
Geoff Zanelli, Bobby Tahouri
11. Undress Me (2:42)
Geoff Zanelli
12. I Need You To Die (2:10)
Geoff Zanelli
13. My Number Is 47 (2:27)
Geoff Zanelli
14. Trust Unto God (Udre's Funeral) (2:22)
Geoff Zanelli, Bobby Tahouri, Ryeland Allison
15. Rubber Duckie (1:32)
Geoff Zanelli
16. Righteous Buttkicking (2:11)
Geoff Zanelli, Bobby Tahouri
17. Denouement (3:28)
Geoff Zanelli
18. Ava Maria (4:11) - Christina England
Franz Schubert

Taken from ASCAP

n reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-13 00:00:00
n

Remielle reply Replies: 0 || 2010-07-19 00:00:00
niceee

zura reply Replies: 0 || 2009-08-08 00:00:00
the best

mt reply Replies: 0 || 2009-07-18 00:00:00
for anyone looking for the name and artist who s song is playing when 47 is coming out of the elevator and sits down at the table with all of the weapons is(dvno by justice its also on you tube video by ed banger productions . hope this was helpful it took me about 8 hrs. 2 figure it out thanks!kids luv it!

Leon van Asperen reply Replies: 0 || 2009-05-06 00:00:00
whats the name of the song of the end of the hitman movie

mamdouh hamza reply Replies: 0 || 2009-04-22 00:00:00
veryyyyyyy nice

Pharme389 reply Replies: 0 || 2009-04-15 00:00:00
Very nice site!

Pharma170 reply Replies: 0 || 2009-04-09 00:00:00
Very nice site!

3omda reply Replies: 0 || 2009-04-04 00:00:00
veryyyyyyyyyyyy nice

asd reply Replies: 0 || 2009-03-31 00:00:00
Wonderfull...!!!

greg reply Replies: 0 || 2009-03-30 00:00:00
whats the name of the song when hitman goes to andre belicofs weapon room???

Adrian reply Replies: 0 || 2009-03-30 00:00:00
Why is it ''Ava Maria'' ? The normal orthography is '"AvE Maria'' with an E instead of an A.

james reply Replies: 0 || 2009-03-03 00:00:00
theres only 1 problem with the soundtrack. were is the empires 'im your hitman' song? that song kicks ass and is hard to find

Petter reply Replies: 0 || 2009-02-25 00:00:00
this movi is very funny

Pharm1 reply Replies: 0 || 2009-02-11 00:00:00
Very nice site!

verifier reply Replies: 0 || 2009-01-20 00:00:00
Thanx!!!
it is Weapons of Mass Distortion by Crystal Method...!

Corina reply Replies: 0 || 2008-11-27 00:00:00
It is healthy, I shall come on your site more often, thank.,

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2008-11-27 00:00:00
Yeah... I don't know what happened with his site... :-(

Jon reply Replies: 0 || 2008-11-27 00:00:00
What is wrong with Mr. Zanelli's homepage? If you follow the link, it can never be found...

hungary reply Replies: 0 || 2008-07-27 00:00:00
what is the song that is playing when agent 47 goes to udre's place and he begins to firing? This is the next song after the DVNO by justice.
I've recently started to learn english so sorry for the grammar mistakes.

Thanks.

DOugK reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-25 00:00:00
Just watched the movie and started searching the web for that end credit track... seems to be a pirce by Ryeland Allison.

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-23 00:00:00
The song when the credits start to roll...

An unofficial fan made version:

Hitman (The Movie) 2007 - End Credit Theme (Extended Codename Edit by zenefan) (03m33s)

I hope that the fans would like it ;)

http://www.esnips.com/web/HitmanMovie07/

Sůlo un amigo reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-12 00:00:00
I've been searching for that song too, that's why i found this web site, and I tell you what, I HAVE FOUND THAT SONG... and here you are!
Crystal Method (Group)
Weapons Of Mass Distortion (Song)

Enjoy It!!

Confused Gal reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-09 00:00:00
i have a question......me and my friend LOVE the song at the end of the film!! what is it called?? or where can we find it?

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2008-05-26 00:00:00
THE SONG IS 'HITMAN' by EMPIRE!!
I'm a mates with the band.

rahul reply Replies: 0 || 2008-05-24 00:00:00
hiiii

Pages << 1 2 3 4 >>

 HANS-ZIMMER.com© 2001-2017 OST 
Hitman soundtrack - Geoff Zanelli 2007