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You know this score can be quite good sometimes. i find myself getting really into the new themes and ideas and thinking this score really had potential.. but then the track awkwardly switches to a painfully obvious temp from AWE that doesn't make any sense any way you think about it and my eyes roll so hard it hurts.<br><br>Fantastic score, very much in the vein of Chicken Run and his other animated scores at that timeOne of the few Powell scores I still haven't heard. I remember the music working well in the movie, but I really need to listen to the whole thing separately. Any opinions on it from Powell fans?I agree. Though the album selection is pretty solid, those tracks you mentioned are definitely missing!It's criminal that Mr Charles, Strategy, and It's a Trap weren't included on the OST. I guess we did get It's a Trap as a bonus track, but it wasn't the film version.
Well with that score we got pretty lucky in term of theme suites being released, with 5 of them. I don't know for sure if there's more but I think we have it covered.Hybrid, do you know if any suites were written besides the ones that they released?“Our World” is a pretty amazing track, the “Murph” suite is also incredible just in how it gradually builds to that finale...Dust, Who's They, and Our World are other favorites, for sure. Our World is some fantastic ambient music. Before the film was released, I expected most of the score to sound like "Our World."Mountains too... The Tick Tock suite.<br><br>"Our World" is a fav' of mine too, how could they not release it ?
Coward is amazing. Ntfc is overratedDon’t forget Coward! :DI don't think Cornfield Chase is underappreciated because that is the cue everyone is talking about besides No Time for Caution and Mountains. The most underappreciated cue to me is Dust. The amount of mystery, wonder, and curiosity from that cue is amazing.The development of the music in season 2 is great.<br>Love the Westworld suite, a lot of Person of Interest in this cue :)<br>Listening With A Million Ears In the West :)
Mike, I definitely agree with you. I think that Cornfield Chase is an excellent example of Zimmer's diversity in music. It shows that He can compose themes that are adventurous and light-hearted rather than being so dark, which is quite different from a lot of his works including his other collaborations with Nolan.So everybody talks about No Time for Caution, and that is a great cue, but I think an underappreciated track from this score is Cornfield Chase. It sounds so whimsical and uplifting. It captures the wonder and fun of childhood really well. The fact that it's so driven by the pipe organ makes it even better. I love how Hans incorporated the organ into most of the tracks.Does Paul Mounsey secretly compose everything??? He seems to be involved in so many scores.Hi guys. Do you know who will compose the score of wonder woman 1984 ? Rupert again ? Or hans ?General Kenobi!

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Blood Creek
Label: Promotional Release
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  1. Three Years Of Winter (1:29)
  2. Fenrir (1:53)
  3. Yggdrasill (1:54)
  4. Nidhoggr (3:55)
  5. Balder Has Fallen (1:02)
  6. The Echoing Bridge (1:03)
  7. Vafa Virgilna (2:02)
  8. The Wolves Of Odin (1:19)
  9. Runatal (3:54)
  10. Opandi (3:49)
  11. Vapour & Fire (2:56)
  12. Helgrind (4:07)
  13. The Self Must Also Die (3:47)
  14. Ravens (5:45)
  15. Ragnorak (Death Of The Gods) (4:52)
  16. I Know One Thing That Never Dies (3:11)
  17. Three More Years Of Winter (2:11)
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zibodo reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-07 00:00:00
wow looks cool !

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2010-02-25 00:00:00
David Buckley still wants it to be released digitally, but it's up to Lionsgate (and frankly, there are no high hopes).

My favorite track is "I Know One Thing That Never Dies", which you can listen in a more complete form on David's website.

Nick reply Replies: 0 || 2010-02-25 00:00:00
Loved the movie...About time an original horror movie came out...Tracks 2 and 17 are the best, absolutly beautiful...LIONS GATE HEAR MY PRAYER - RELEASE THIS SOUNDTRACK.

:) reply Replies: 0 || 2010-02-24 00:00:00
If you want to discover this.

Ele reply Replies: 0 || 2010-02-24 00:00:00
Is it any cool? From samples only Fenrir sounds promising.© 2001-2017 OST 
Blood Creek soundtrack - David Buckley 2009