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I love revisiting this score. It's just so much fun, and I love hearing this side of Steve's music. I remember watching interviews where he'd talk about programming John Williams' string patterns into midi instruments, and his love for Williams' work overall. This side of him is rarely shown in his projects. <br><br>But then you have scores like this that show off how much of a wizard he can be with music. Melodic action music, fun and creative use of synth, classic Jablonsky choir chants, and beautiful use of the orchestra. Perfect for a fantasy comedy with a modern twist. <br><br>I cannot stress enough how much I love tracks like "Isabel the Strong", "Labyrinths And Humps", and "Mean Knights and Horsies O' My!". "Playful Secrets" in particular shows just how much of an expert Steve is with an orchestra. It sounds straight out of a John Williams score like Harry Potter or Indiana Jones with a fun Danny Elfman choir on top. Not to mention the beautifully performed bassoon and French Horn combo at 0:39 and 0:44! <br><br>These are the kinds of projects I like to see from Jablonsky. Films and games that allow him to show off his skills and test his abilities to the point where he creates complex, unique, varied, thematically rich, and truly poignant music. <br><br>This is something that I can point to and say "that's 100% a Steve Jablonsky score". It has some influence from Zimmer, but is not copying him by any means. Maybe with the slight exception of "Thadeous".Can't really agree that much with Bloodshot. The reason I was able to be engaged in Jablonsky's past scores similar to this (e.g. TF5, TMNT 2) was his strong melodic voice. Even in the more sound design parts of those scores there was at least several themes that I enjoyed, easily identified, and analyzed some lovely development for them. <br><br>Bloodshot doesn't really have that, it's got themes so minimal (except for KT which I can't really enjoy because the melody sounds identical to "Optimus"), that whatever development is there, I feel nothing toward because it's easy and boring to develop a theme that's basically just a series of chords. <br><br>Keanu I can't entirely judge Jablonsky for as it was also Nathan Whitehead's score, but it just sounds like Bloodshot 0.5 to me. Guitar chords, sound design, string ostinatos, wandering piano theme, been there done that. <br><br>Good lord, do I hope Steve works on Orbital Era though. It would be so refreshing to hear a full-on orchestral Jablonsky score again.Not only better than Spenser, it's better than Skyscraper.<br><br>Ok, Bloodshot maybe isn't one of the best works by Jablonsky, but after such disappointing with Skyscraper, see Jab in a work with choir, guitars, cool themes (if don't catch the similarities between KT's theme with the Autobots theme ;D) and good action writing (hang in there, i'm not going say is something good as Steamboy or Your Highness, even some of the Transformers/The Island stuff), as for the sound design, i prefer people like Jab, Zimmer or Holkenborg MORE than something dreadful as Reznor/RossJust listen Bloodshot OST again and I like it better than for the first time. Yes there is a lot of sounddesign elements, but quiet and melodic moments are good at some parts. My favorite track is "Bloodshot". For me this work, despite all the problems, is far better than Spencer Confidential.<br><br>There is extremely need of new Sci-Fi (not like Bloodshot, lol) or Fantasy project for Steve to work on. I'm fairly certain that he could provide amazing music for this genres, but for some reason.<br>Also, I've listened a few tracks from his "Keanu" score (posted on his new website) and it's wonderful, hope there will be a full release sometime. This one reminds me of another genre where Steve is good - comedy and parody movies - "Your Highness", "Pain and Gain", "Sims 3" (yes, it's a game score but it has that comedy atmosphere I'm talking about) all are really great scores for its genre.<br><br>For me "Eternals" from Marvel could be a good movie for Steve to work. And honestly, I would like to see what he could brings to "Godzilla vs Kong" crossover more than Junkie XL.<br><br>At least I hope that Katsuhiro Otomo would like to work with Steve again on his new anime project "Orbital Era", truly a dream-project.Yes, the sound mixing in the movie is bad, you can't listen the music properly, is buried under a lot of sound effects.<br><br>It was one of those situations where 'the music is trying to overlook the thunderous sound effects',
I do kinda prefer the 2014 score over the KOTM score, but McCreary's work does deserve more love than just being called a 'retreat of the original theme'.<br>It also deserved to be heard more, but the movie's sound mixing was terrible.Wasn't expecting to see someone else here for the same reason. Really hoping those two soundtracks return, they're great for studying music.Are Steve Jablonsky and Rupert Greyson-Williams still apart of RCP or they went solo too?I wouldn't disagree that Godzilla KOTM is a good score since it works very well for the movie and by itself. I'm just saying that Junkie XL can bring something new and interesting to the franchise which hasn't been done before.Before someone jump, i will said in this kind of movies, change a composer is very common, don't say i don't want McCreary will be back, only i prefer other people try other things.<br><br>Like i said, i listen very OFTEN the three scores in this movies, and i love each style (as for the movies... well, prefer G14 and KSI over KOTM)
@Moggyman<br><br>If you think that all McCreary did was modernize the Godzilla theme, you clearly haven't listend to the score.<br>He indeed used and modernized the themes for Godzilla & Mothra.<br>Besides that he wrote new themes for Rodan, Ghidorah, Monarch, The Russel Family and a theme he called the Ancient theme.<br><br>Besides this, he used the orchestra, choir, soloist and specialty instruments in the best way they can be used.<br><br>His score was one of the best blockbuster and orchestral scores of the last couple of years, in my opinion.<br><br>Until I hear Holkenborg's score I can't really comment on if it will be good. But at the moment I am sad McCreary isn't coming back. But I am very curious what Holkenborg will doI disagree, the McCreary's score in that movie is really, really good... but I put this, as myself i listen very often the other two: G14 and Skull Island, also really, really good, can't put a score over another because one composer uses a theme (a very mytical one, if you are a movie monster fan), specially in that franchise.<br><br>Yes, Ifukube create a wonderful theme (and the original movie have a really tough score to listen isolated of the movie), but other composer make a wonderful themes (and polaraising), like Otani (which his score for GMK is FULL electronic, but really good) or Oshima (great theme, maybe the inspiration for Desplat's theme), even the most forgotten Reijiro Koroku create a terrific theme for the character in 1984Bear McCreary is a good composer but all he did for Godzilla KOTM was modernize the original Godzilla theme, which isnt super creative. Junkie, on the other hand, may give us a really creative score based on his eagerness to do the project.Yeah besides the massive disappointment that is the movie Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the even bigger disappointment is that Bear McCreary won't be back for more.you fool.... its impossible ! everybody knows that there is only one batman theme.... (joke)
In a recent interview, Junkie mentioned that he's bringing back themes for Superman and Wonder Woman, while everything else is new. I wonder if he's gonna make a new Batman theme.It's true, there is completely different team from composer to director in crossover :)But the film was particularly bad...<br><br>So I rather have a whole other team do something ELSE lol...Yeah... McCreary's score is one of the best from last year so I'd rather have him again.I open to ANY composer in this movies.<br><br>To answer the question, YES, i'm ready<br><br>Specially to a guy, who loves G14, KSi and KOTM
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Hans ZimmerLorne BalfeAndrew ZackBob Badami
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Sherlock Holmes
Label: WaterTower Music
Length: 54'40
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  1. Discombobulate (2:25)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
  2. Is It Poison, Nanny? (2:53)
    Lorne Balfe
  3. I Never Woke Up In Handcuffs Before (1:44)
    Hans Zimmer
  4. My Mind Rebels At Stagnation (4:31)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
  5. Data, Data, Data (2:15)
    Hans Zimmer
  6. He's Killed The Dog Again (3:15)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
  7. Marital Sabotage (3:44)
    Hans Zimmer
  8. Not In Blood, But In Bond (2:13)
    Hans Zimmer
  9. Ah, Putrefaction (1:50)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
  10. Panic, Shear Bloody Panic (2:38)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
  11. Psychological Recovery... 6 Months (18:18)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
  12. Catatonic (6:44)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
  13. Holmes (Hans 'n' Guy Version) (2:14) *
    Hans Zimmer
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Felix reply Replies: 1 || 2012-05-14 21:52:54
01. Opening Titles / Race To Ritual (4:10)
02. Holmes (2:16)
03. Holmes' Room (1:08)
04. Offends Mary (1:53)
05. Arrival At The Prison (3:31)
06. The Man In The Carriage (1:29)
07. Holmes Follows Irene (1:47)
08. Blackwood Resurrection (4:44)
09. Gypsy Fortuneteller (0:58)
10. Irene Subduse Holmes (2:20)
11. Unused Cue (1:34)
12. Corpse Examination (1:05)
13. Boat To Slaughternouse (1:34)
14. Tripwire (2:19)
15. Hospital Through Ritual (Pt.1) (1:48)
16. Hospital Through Ritual (Pt.2) (1:35)
17. Holmes Smoked Coward (Pt.1) (0:55)
18. Holmes Smoked Coward (Pt.2) (4:55)
19. Parliament Final Battle (Pt.1) (11:16)
20. Parliament Final Battle (Pt.2) (2:22)
21. Moriaty Case Reopended (2:24)
22. End Credits (Pt.1) (2:06)
23. End Credits (Pt.2) (3:22)
24. Suite (8:52)


Mr. Fate2012-05-14 22:41:12
Thanks for putting the original soundtrack in film order, Felix, and using the ASCAP track titles. I'm not trying to sound like a dick or anything. I just thought I'd let people know that if an/the edit ever surfaces that corresponds to this list, nothing new or mind-blowing will be found in it.

[I did an analysis of the score myself recently, to put the slate numbers and names to the appropriate music and then took a look at what of that music is available on the OST.]

Anonymous reply Replies: 3 || 2012-01-01 16:16:42
Does anybody know what was temp-track for this movie?


cheesy2012-01-01 22:05:33
Pretty sure it was the score for The Dark Knight, which is why Guy Ritchie wanted to work with HZ in the first place.


Mr. Fate2012-01-02 15:11:25
Temp tracks? Like what they used as temporary score before Zimmer wrote something for this film? I'm pretty sure they did that for PotC2 since part of Hello Beastie sounds almost identical to a track from King Arthur.


Anonymous2012-01-02 15:41:20
Zimmer has confirmed it was TDK

Mr. Charles reply Replies: 2 || 2011-11-12 05:25:00
Additional Music posted on Lorne's site:

3m19 Blackwood Resurrects
6m42 Parliament
7m46 End Credits

Again, none of these are named properly


Anonymous2011-11-12 06:51:38
BLACKWOOD RESURRECTION (3M19 - 20)
PARLIAMENT FINAL BATTLE (6M43A - R7 CROS
END TITLES PT 1 (7M46B)


Mr. Charles2011-11-12 07:52:41
Cool, thanks. Now let's get the others sorted

Timmy reply Replies: 14 || 2011-07-13 06:51:05
Has a score released for "A Game of Shadows" been confirmed yet?


Dakota2011-07-13 08:43:28
It's not definite confirmation, but Hans' name is in the credits at the end of the trailer. And the music in it is the same as the first one.


Dave2011-07-19 22:06:21
I'm excited to see what Hans and the gang come up with for the sequel. Hopefully we get a nice, 55+ min score release too.


Jimmer2011-07-31 20:27:19
I hope there's more of what was in "Psychological Recovery...6 Months" in the score to A Game of Shadows. That cue is one of my all-time favorites my Zimmer. Of course, Balfe is great too. His contribution can't be forgotten and here's hoping he's involved on the second soundtrack as well.


cheesy2011-07-31 21:32:02
I'm just praying that Hans Zimmer devotes enough time and energy into the score for Game of Shadows and makes it as original and charismatic as the first score, and doesn't simply hand the job off to his protégées and we end up with a heap of uninspired and recycled expendable garbage.


Jimmer2011-07-31 22:10:13
@cheesy: Yes, I'm all for Balfe adding his flair to the score, but I pray that the myriad of other guys don't touch this score because the first was good because Zimmer controlled the extras and soloists. Sort of like controlled chaos that made for a wonderful listen in the end. But as we saw and heard with On Stranger Tides, Zimmer's minions aren't quite up to par with the maestro himself yet.


kaka2011-07-31 22:15:17
so....after all the disappointments this year Game of Shadows is the next one...

Here's what I know:

Zimmer likes trilogies - he likes expanding on his initial scores, so this might be a good thing for this one...

Bad news? If he does to this what he did with Rango and Pirates 4 its gonna stink.


cheesy2011-07-31 22:33:52
Well, another reason I'm worried is because Hans Zimmer has already started working on TDKR. From what I've heard in various interviews with him, he likes to take it one project at a time, and fully get into the "mode" of his next project, which he seemingly has already done for TDKR. So why would he want to suddenly switch gears and go into full-time "Holmes mode" like last time around? Wouldn't it be much easier for him to just hand it off to the other guys and then sit in the recording booth and nod?

It is possible that HZ will set TDKR aside for the time being and take the necessary time to be fully devoted to Game of Shadows to expand upon his initial score like kaka is saying, which I'm praying is what happens...but honestly, given the reputation of RCP so far this year, which outcome seems more likely?


Dakota2011-07-31 23:07:14
I think I would rather have him focused on TDKR than Sherlock. As awesome as Sherlock is, I would like him to top TDK and see what we get from TDKR. TDK is one of the best film scores ever, in my opinion.


cheesy2011-07-31 23:49:44
@Dakota I do suppose you're right about that. It would just be sad to sacrifice a series of scores with so much potential like Sherlock. If James Newton Howard was returning for TDKR, then I would be much more inclined. But since (at least as of now) JNH isn't involved...I don't know if TDKR can top TDK and BB. I have no doubt in my mind Zimmer will give us something epically phenomenal, I'm just saying, there may be a severe element of elegance missing that detracts from it what made TDK and BB complete works of art.

But back to the subject at hand, I guess I would feel better if Hans hadn't started on TDKR yet. That way we could have gotten both. But I guess we won't know until the soundtrack comes out.


snoopD2011-07-31 23:50:10
Dosent Zim usually just develop a theme and hand it off to his crew for completion? I expect him to pretty much do that with both Sherlock and the final Batman flick. Guy seems to be less involved with each sequel he does.


cheesy2011-08-01 00:07:26
**Sorry, I wrote that last part in a rush. I think "we could've gotten both" was the wrong way to phrase that. Disregard.


Jimmer2011-08-01 03:58:31
But none of that makes sense because isn't A Game of Shadows being released before The Dark Knight Rises? If so, that would mean the score for Sherlock 2 should be nearing completion. I want Zimmer to have all the time in the world for the last entry in Christopher Nolan's Batman franchise. The movie is going to be epic and the score must match that in scope, scale, and feel. And plus with Newton Howard not attached to this movie Zimmer needs more time. Just saying.


Cordrol2011-08-20 19:53:55
Zimmer neds to step up to the plate, seriously. Many of his scores (with the exception of the Dark knight, the only release to have a decept amount of music released on the 1st disk alone) are usually always between 45-55 mins. long. Where's a nice 75 min release? Huh? Like Brian Tyler or Michael Giacchino. I'm fed up with this, he's too humble? Bull, he just doesn't release enough music, keep the fans happy, it doesn't matter if you think your work sucks or not, if people like it, then by all means, give them more.

SMH Hans Zimmer -__-


Jo2011-08-22 08:02:15
I'm glad to see that I'm not the only one who is a bit worried. I LOVE the SH score, imo it's the best after TDK. Which makes it all the more frightening, as he does that one about now as well. I couldn't live with either one not living up to his best work. And I think he knows that too.
I have come to love the Spanish tracks from Pirates 4, as well as Mermaids. But of course, compared to Pirates 3 .... 'nuff said.
I think he needs a break from all those sequels. Yet, those two sequels really need to be amazing. Oh pretty please!

Anonymous reply Replies: 5 || 2011-01-05 00:00:00
Sherlock Holmes complete score =>

RACE TO RITUAL PT 1 (1M1)
Hans Zimmer
RACE TO RITUAL PT 2 (1M1A)
Hans Zimmer, Diego Stocco
MAIN TITLES (1M1B)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
HOLMES ROOM (2M3)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
OFFENDS MARY (2M5)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
BLACKWOOD S REQUEST (2M9)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
VIOLIN PLUCKING SOURCE 1 (2M11)
Hans Zimmer
ARRIVING AT THE PRISON (2M13 - 14 PT 1)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
ARRIVING AT THE PRISON (2M13 - 14 PT 2)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
HOLMES & IRENE (3M15)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
VIOLIN PLUCKING SOURCE 2 (3M16S)
Hans Zimmer
THE MAN IN THE CARRIAGE (3M17)
Lorne Balfe
HOLMES FOLLOWS IRENE (ORCH A) (3M18A)
Lorne Balfe
HOLMES FOLLOWS IRENE (GYPSY) (3M18BS)
Lorne Balfe
HOLMES FOLLOWS IRENE (GYPSY)(3M18BS)
Hans Zimmer, Aleksey Igudesman
HOLMES FOLLOWS IRENE (ORCH B) (3M18C)
Lorne Balfe
BLACKWOOD RESURRECTION (3M19 - 20)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
STREET SOURCE (3M21S)
Noah Sorota, Ann-Marie Calhoun
GYPSY FORTUNETELLER (3M22)
Hans Zimmer, Aleksey Igudesman
INVESTIGATING REORDON S LAB (3M24 PT 2)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
INVESTIGATING REORDON S LAB (3M24 PT 1)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
ARRIVAL OF DREDGER (4M25S)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
MEET DREDGER (4M25S)
Hans Zimmer, Atli Örvarsson, Aleksey Igudesman, Davey Johnstone, Ann-Marie Calhoun, Noah Sorota
CHASE DREDGER (4M26S)
Hans Zimmer, Aleksey Igudesman, Davey Johnstone
HOLMES & DREDGER TALK (4M26A)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
THE BOAT (4M26B)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
MARITAL SABOTAGE (4M27)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
MEET SIR THOMAS ROTHERIN (4M28)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
STOP BLACKWOOD (4M29)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
IRENE SUBDUES HOLMES (4M30)
Hans Zimmer
DEATH OF ROTHERIN (4M31)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
ROTHERIN S SECRET CHAMBER (5M33)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
DEATH OF THE AMBASSADOR (5M33)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
CORPSE EXAMINATION (5M34)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
BOAT TO SLAUGHTERHOUSE (5M35)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
SAVE IRENE (5M36)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
TRIPWIRE PT 1 (5M37 PT 1)
Hans Zimmer, Aleksey Igudesman
TRIPWIRE PT 2 (5M37 PT 2)
Hans Zimmer, Atli Örvarsson
MORIARTY & IRENE ON A TRAIN (6M37A)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
HOSPITAL THROUGH RITUAL (6M38 - 39 PT 1)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
HOSPITAL THROUGH RITUAL (6M38 - 39 PT 2)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
VIOLIN PLUCKING SOURCE 3 (6M39S)
Hans Zimmer
HOLMES WAKES UP (6M40A)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
BLACKWOOD S PLAN EXPLAINED (6M40)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
HOLMES SMOKES COWARD PT 1 (6M42A)
Lorne Balfe
HOLMES SMOKES COWARD PT 2 (6M42A)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
PARLIAMENT FINAL BATTLE (6M43A - R7 CROS
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
PARLIAMENT FINAL BATTLE (7M43B)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
MORIARITY CASE REOPENED (7M46)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
END TITLES PT 1 (7M46B)
Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe
END TITLES PT 3 (7M46D)
Hans Zimmer


Sam2011-06-08 18:50:01
Where can I find it to listen?


Areozz2011-08-15 20:20:23
Absolutely nobody has these recording sessions and even if they did, they definitely aren't going to email them to you alone. This track list just came off of ASCAP, or some other site like it. People aren't supposed to leave their email addresses on here anyway.


Anonymous2011-08-15 21:10:37
Sorry about that, I suppose I made a mistake in leaving my email address. Apologies. Actually, I wasn't expecting them for free. I was planning paying a great deal of money to get them if possible. Anyway, I really do think someone has these. I was lucky enough to get King Kong.


Areozz2011-08-20 14:59:11
Don't ever pay someone for a score, let alone trade for a score unless you 100% trust them(according to someone else here, you're supposed to trust them 20% and let them do 80% of the work to prove they are trustworthy). The best way is almost always just to sit around and wait until the music becomes available.

And anyway, I'm not entirely sure that this track list is real. I swear I first saw it not on some ASCAP or similar page but under some forum where a guy was like, "Hey, I was just messing around and came up with a complete track list for Sherlock Holmes."


Joyce2011-08-20 16:23:23
Wait a second.

First someone was at the Pirates 4 page doping on about a full score (and folks got scammed), then the Pirates 3 page had the same thing, then King Kong. now Sherlock? Something not right.

Roseanna reply Replies: 0 || 2011-06-14 21:04:07
YMMD with that aenwsr! TX

Brenley reply Replies: 0 || 2011-06-14 04:55:15
Posts like this birgthen up my day. Thanks for taking the time.

Sam reply Replies: 2 || 2011-06-08 18:55:46
There's a song in the movie, in the scene of fighting with the big french man, that is not included in the official CD. Is there any site such us Itunes or Amazon where it can be sold? or, please, if anybody knows what song is it, please Reply this comment.

Thanks.
Sam
(I'm sorry about my english, some expressions would be wrong. I'm from spain)


Prott2011-06-08 21:43:45
The first part of that cue is unreleased/unavailable, the second part is a variation on track no. 11 (9:11 - 10:31).


Sam2011-06-12 12:59:44
Thanks Prott!
=)

Lou reply Replies: 0 || 2011-03-08 00:00:00
Why is it that your fas-paced and amazing version of the Song that was playing during the first fight scene with Dredger not available on the soundtrack? I believe the original song is Called "Johnny Cope"? Will it ever be available?

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2011-01-30 00:00:00
"Psycological revovery...16 months"..How much music from this tracks is by Hans himself?

Prott reply Replies: 0 || 2011-01-07 00:00:00
Hybrid: Hans Zimmer`s fileserver? :-)

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Alex reply Replies: 0 || 2011-01-07 00:00:00
Is that "recording sessions" tracklist legit?


...i really have no idea anymore if these things are real or fake, I've really given up on these "tracklists"

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2011-01-07 00:00:00
Exactly, though of course these cues do exist somewhere (or they wouldn't be listed on publishing websites... :P)...

Prott reply Replies: 0 || 2011-01-07 00:00:00
Alex: This "tracklist" just shows which composer did what cue in the movie (it`s from ASCAP). It`s not actual tracklist of any album.

Adrian reply Replies: 0 || 2011-01-07 00:00:00
And theoretically, if you own the DVD, you have almost all of the tracks anyway :P

Brad reply Replies: 0 || 2011-01-06 00:00:00
@Hybrid:
Question for you actually about this tracklist. I checked out ASCAP and they have listed that track 7, "Marital Sabotage", as composed by Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe, Bob Badami. Is this correct or am I way off base here?

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2011-01-06 00:00:00
Badami got credit for almost every cue but he wasn't a composer... Credited for being supervisor/editor...

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2011-01-05 00:00:00
That's why I detailed "who did what" directly on the track list here ! ;)

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2011-01-05 00:00:00
not everyone checks out the forum

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2011-01-05 00:00:00
What's the point in just copying/pasting what I put on the forum ?

Nirmal reply Replies: 0 || 2011-01-04 00:00:00
I Love Zimmers music!
there is a good lot of fans for Mr.Zimmer in India., especially after listening to the Tracks of Sherlock Holmes!

wow!!!!

Amanda reply Replies: 0 || 2010-11-24 00:00:00
Would love to find sheet music.. but its like impossible!!!

Daniel reply Replies: 0 || 2010-10-31 00:00:00
Tired of all orchestra music for flawless movies. Thou, like to exaggerate but this differ. Want more of such a type.
P.S.: Well done on FPS games.

Enrico reply Replies: 0 || 2010-10-19 00:00:00
Hans Zimme for "Sherlock Holmes 2"...on Internet every website tells this... :D

putra reply Replies: 0 || 2010-10-18 00:00:00
Great Music. I`m big fans of you Mr. Zimmer

Didar reply Replies: 0 || 2010-10-10 00:00:00
Fascinating music, well done,

Aija reply Replies: 0 || 2010-09-24 00:00:00
I just love Zimmer's music (: It's great and I gotta say that Sherlock Holmes's music got my heart (and of course pirates's music too..)
Discombobulate <3
Zimmer is my favorite composer and his music always makes me feel little bit happier (:

Dakota reply Replies: 0 || 2010-09-07 00:00:00
Dude, relax he's just saying he enjoyed it enough to buy it no need to get your panties in a bunch. Alex, it's nice to see you buying music by the most amazing composer ever. Most people these days just pass off on film music.

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2010-09-06 00:00:00
Congrats Alex for that you actually bought the soundtrack and not downloaded it ...big cudos to you

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