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Did Mr. Jablonsky write that beautiful piano melody in Hunted? Or was it Hans?25 minutes :O Where's all of that? They didn't use that in the movie. Don't understand why so many songs were in the movie :( Will there be an expanded release?There's 25 actually lol...<br><br>And Hans just added a few notes here & there to the themes... ;)Hybrid, what "Additional music" did Hans do for this? There is hardly 7 minutes of score in this movie.There were little homages in Dark of the Moon with tracks like Communicating With Nest, but no the Autobot theme was very much distanced from at that point. Though there were many reprises of Optimus in Dark of the Moon. Also they play the 3 note escalation of Autobots in Did You Forget Who I Am.
There are definitely similarities. Easy to spot. "Two Moons" (from 0:57), "We Were Gods Once" (from 0:26).Is it me or the track "Two Moons" borrows some elements from "We Were Gods Onece" Dark of the Moon?Does anyone notice the Barbossa/Beckett theme from On Stranger Tides at 1:52 in "Shansa"?Musical Gold ! Perfect term for this . Still no suite examples ?That cue is Mazzaro !
Oh, theme is Brandenburg Concerto no. 3, no Branderbourg Concerto no. 3.This theme is probably Branderbourg Concerto no. 3.Steve provides what the director wants. Simple as that. It's not a surprise that the most beloved Jablonsky scores are for Michael Bay films. Because Bay wants it epic, Bay wants it orchestral, Bay wants it dramatic and emotional. He pushes all buttons and Steve delivers. On the other hand, Peter Berg - the Deepwater director who did a few other movies with Jablonsky - usually goes for sound design scores. In short, he's not as epic and melodic as Bay is. So if you want to blame someone for the fact that you didn't like the Deepwater score, blame Peter Berg.Probably Branderbourg Concerto no. 3Gold is a great term . Amazing music
I totally agree because I though Lego was brilliant but this shows his other side. Dare I say - better than Lego Batman !!!!!Is there any chance to Brazilian fans to see Zimmer's concert in Brazil ???? :)Lorne strikes gold once again!  I can't stop falling in love with Balfe's musical talent and technique.Really enjoying this soundtrack and glad they released so much music . Very emotional and the more I listen , the more I get into itSounds like 13 Hours was in temp!!!!
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Technical Score Advisor - Percussion Programming
James Newton HowardStuart Michael Thomas
ComposerTechnical Score Advisor
The Water Horse - Legend Of The Deep
Label: Sony Classics
Length: 70'45
HZimmer.com rating:        4/5
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  1. Back Where You Belong (Theme from The Water Horse) - Sinéad O'Connor (4:28) **
  2. The Water Horse Main Title (1:11)
  3. Angus Feeds Crusoe (1:59)
  4. You Didn't Even Get Wet (2:56)
  5. The Workshop (2:35)
  6. Naming Crusoe (3:48) +
  7. Churchill (1:22) +
  8. Ann (1:28)
  9. Bathtub (2:22)
  10. Driving To The Loch (2:00)
  11. Run Angus (1:19)
  12. Lewis Discovers Crusoe (4:24) +
  13. The Fishermen (1:37)
  14. Angus In Training (2:52)
  15. Swimming (6:33)
  16. The Children Laugh (2:59)
  17. The Dinner Party (3:01)
  18. Angus Sent To His Room (2:27) +
  19. There's No Monster (2:01)
  20. Saving Crusoe (2:04)
  21. The Net (4:22)
  22. The Jump (1:40)
  23. End Of The Story (3:03)
  24. The Water Horse Suite - The Chieftains (8:08) *
*Written by James Newton Howard & The Chieftains

**Orchestrated by James Newton Howard

+ iTunes exclusive tracks
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Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2010-01-20 00:00:00
Adding JNH here was my choice.
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And it was a great choice. :)

Mario Soundtrack reply Replies: 0 || 2008-11-12 00:00:00
"Angus In Training" is the best song of this album. Is more beautiful than the others songs. "The Net" is good too, for the action themes, but "The Jump" is best, with a beautiful theme".

Klaas reply Replies: 0 || 2008-10-31 00:00:00
James Newton Howard is known for using the Remote Control facilities now and then. By doing so, he often collaborates with RCP members - which explains why some of his scores show up here.

Although I don't feel this is necessary I fully understand the choice of the Admins to do so. For what I know this site tries to be nothing less than a complete archive. Plus, James makes wonderful music as well - and he teamed up with Hans Zimmer for the new Batman movies.

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2008-10-31 00:00:00
Hey guys !


Adding JNH here was my choice.

Why ? Because as Klaas said, as the JNHStudios is close to RC Facility, JNH works regularly with (former) RC guys (HZ, Wesson, Neely, Stuart Thomas, Dave Holden, Greg Vines, G. Greenaway, A. Meyerson among others)...

And I added him because I'm a huge fan too ! :D

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2008-10-30 00:00:00
Why James Newton Howard is in this website? He is not a Remote Control member.

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2008-10-30 00:00:00
Why James Newton Howard is in this website? He is not a Remote Control member.

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2008-10-30 00:00:00
They seem to be adding everyone that has worked with a Remote Control production member, regardless of their actual affiliation.

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