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So why exactly did Hans fight for Rupert with Wonder Woman and why is he scoring '84? Not criticizing, I just remember him thinking that it was better for more women to be involved as composers or performers on Wonder Woman projects. <br><br>I don't even necessarily agree with the concept that a woman needs to score a movie about women, I'm just curious why he wanted Rupert in and why he himself took over for the sequel if he felt that way?I would have gone with...<br>Music was good, didn't fit the DCEU, film was the worst thing ever. <br><br>Hans is fine, prefer his older stuff.Hybrid, do you have the Inception credits?Hybrid? Any chance you could upload some unreleased tracks from this to your channel? Or just that suite, that you did but was removed :/Welp, necro thread i guess.
Back then people still used CDs from time to time and a CD can only fit a little more than an hour worth of MP3s on it.Music was good, film was better. Nay, good. nothing, better than Hans<br><br>Hans, for you. <3<br><br>Sincerely,<br>RicardoSometimes, I wish the world was, one with iself. This, music and harmony set into one man's vision. Hans, you inspire us. You, alone. <br><br>Sincerely,<br>RicardoIt's not officially available but a clear version can be found on the bleeding fingers website under Andrew Christie.Can someone ask Powell or Zimmer to put up some demos or suites from this score for study. It's such a great score and a real demonstration that a team effort can produce real quality.
@Hybrid Soldier<br>Did HZ just do the first season of wormhole and then his stuff gets reused/rearranged by Jacob Shea or did he consistently write throughout several seasons?Thanks for the great insight as always Hybrid!Any idea when can we expect a track list of Tom's score ?It depens on person, you don't like it but this ost got millions of likes. You are only free to express your opinion.Mmmh yeah let's say he acted like a music producer until Rupert was in, even as early as 2016 (right after BVS) he met with Patty Jenkins, he was never gonna do it because he was on tour anyway but he had the ideas as to who could/should score it. He had many ideas, submitted names etc.<br><br>Rupert got the gig in the end. Rupert I think could actually have come back to WW84, WW was a tough project but there was no problem (hell, he nailed it with Aquaman too, which was much easier cause there was no "legacy" to follow), but it really is Hans who showed interest to actually do it. Hans got really attached to Wonder Woman, playing the theme in his 2017 Live Tour. I think he wanted more than be the "WW Theme Writer", he wanted to have a full WW score.
@Hybrid to what extent was HZ involved on the first Wonder Woman?<br>He said in an interview for WW84 that he was reluctant to accept because he had « fought hard to get Rupert the gig »<br>Is it a case of the producers/director wanted him and he said « I can’t do it but Ruper can »? And was the first one a mess, hence the fact that RGW isn’t scoring the sequel?It’s encouraging to know that Tom was proud of this score, as excited as I am to hear his reuse of themes I am just as excited to see what new ideas he came up with for the project. <br>Someone who supposedly heard a bit of the music on here (I think they worked as his assistant) said it sounded a bit like Fury Road and Deadpool mixed, but who knows. <br><br>If the score hasn’t been recorded yet my personal wish is for Conrad Pope to be involved somehow lolHey, so...a new expanded album for KFP2 seems to have leaked last January, and I haven't seen it listed on this site yet.  I bring it up because it finally honest-to-God included a cue from the Zen Ball sequence I've been waiting to hear isolated for years, since BOTH the other albums just completely omitted it.  And I dunno, I guess I feel like it deserves some acknowledgement.It would be cool if Junkie has the chance to use Rubert's Aquaman theme as well now that we have it. It would make the score feel even more complete!Only things I can say about the whole Hans / Superheroes / Justice League thing from a few years ago, or why Hans didn't want to return for JL, is simply because he didn't like doing Batman again. Just too weird, being committed to the TDK trilogy for so many years and have to redo it.<br><br>But the good part for him in BVS was that without it, no Wonder Woman, and he's glad to be expanding that since he was so close to production of the first score and did WW84.<br><br>But it's not like there was a problem with Snyder or Superheroes in general, more like just "Please, I'm done with Batman" ! :D<br><br>As for Tom's score for Justice League, Hans had not heard it, but he knew Tom was proud of it. So yeah, I'm glad we'll finally see that happening. Hans wrote enough material for Superman, Batman, WW and other themes in these movies, I'm sure Tom could have a lot of fun using all that and add his own touch. I honestly don't know if it was really finished or not, recorded, even partially (BVS was recorded in august/september 2015, 6 months before the film was released, and the score was reworked until the very end for the Ultimate Edition). Wait & see !
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Directors Cuts 36 - Romantic Comedy
Label: Extreme Music
Length: 41'27
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  1. Pink And Fluffy (2:38)
    David Inlander
  2. Table For Two (2:16)
    Hans Zimmer, James Dooley
  3. Go Girl (2:51)
    Josh Klein
  4. Funny Turn (2:37)
    David Inlander
  5. Angels Quest (2:12)
    Hans Zimmer, James Dooley
  6. Eager Beaver (2:46)
    Josh Klein
  7. Posh Totty (2:43)
    Rob Elliott
  8. Comfortably Fun (2:10)
    Josh Klein
  9. Nicey Nicey (3:32)
    David Inlander
  10. Skipping Point (2:11)
    Josh Klein
  11. Heart Blanche (2:17)
    Matthew Margeson
  12. Fashion Savvy (2:31)
    James S. Levine
  13. Push Life (1:30)
    David Inlander
  14. Love Junkie (2:57)
    David Inlander
  15. Float Your Boat (3:43)
    Noah Sorota
  16. Crystal Breath (2:34)
    Noah Sorota
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Edmund Meinerts reply Replies: 0 || 2013-05-15 21:14:57
Hybrid (or anyone else who might happen to know), you wouldn't happen to know what year all of the other DC albums came out? Because only a handful of them are listed here and on Extreme Music they have 92 (!), but they don't say what year the music "came out" (or was composed), and I tried to contact them about it and they said they can't tell me.

Do you (or anyone) know? I know the earlier ones started in 2001...and the latest one came out a couple months ago...but everything in between, no idea.

Sorry, I just like to be very exact in my music library (hence why I like having full credits :D )

inspector mittens reply Replies: 0 || 2012-08-11 22:50:46
This Table For Two composition hasn't been used outside this promo, no?

Mathias reply Replies: 0 || 2009-02-06 00:00:00
Exist it on sale?

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Directors Cuts 36 - Romantic Comedy soundtrack - Hans Zimmer - Jim Dooley - James S. Levine - Matthew Margeson 2008