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@jazzy -- natürlich.  Any criticism must mean I am a Nazi.  Spoken like a modern U.S. Democrat.Yes. I know. But Giacchino has always worked with the Disney.John, on the other hand, is his equivalent in the Blue Sky and  Dreamworks.Well this is... fuck YESThe prologue music builds on the music from the very first teaser with lots of rhythmic variations. It has a very ominous sounding hum in the background and some sounds that are very hard to describe but are very addictive. Also, the tempo changes throughout the prologue. A lot of people disagree with me (some think it's nothing special) but I think the track should've been released.hmm... the part of the theme near the end reminds me of a few notes from pirates, different enough yet very familiar... where did you find this??
All right now I understand... How was the prologue music?There was a 5 minute prologue (it was more like a montage than a prologue) It was attached to IMAX screenings of Rogue One and Kong: Skull Island.What is the prologue that you refer to? I remember the opening of the movie having the first part of the Mole playing.Now that I've seen the movie I can say: <br><br>1- The album is pretty good. It's definitely not as bad as I thought it was, even though there are some stuff missing. I personally enjoy listening to it on its own.<br>2- The prologue music is NOT in the movie. <br>3- The cue that starts as they carry the stretcher is a variation of Supermarine (the first 3 minutes melody-wise)<br>4- I knew that drum break in Supermarine at 5:30 is too good to be in the movie. (Maybe it is, I'll pay more attention next time I see the movie again)<br>5- I love how they incorporated Elgar's theme in a very dark and twisted way throughout the score then introduced it in a very uplifting way. I got goosebumps. <br><br>To me personally, it would've been a perfect release if they had included the music from the prologue on the album.Well. It certainly sounds like HZ. Hybrid?
Is this legit?First 2 minutes look like to be demo of "Home"Zimmer, Badelt and Djawadih t t p s://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAleXrIgBr8&feature=youtu.be hello I found this a while ago it is a rejected theme from the film lone ranger, score compos by hans zimmer. Probably hans didnt like this theme and decided not to use it, or maybe it was directors decision not to use. Anyway, enjoy it! I like very much the score how it is now but this ideas is interesting!<br>Just listen to "The Oil" for an example
The orchestral intro to "it's on again" (also outro of "You're that spider guy", just not with the percussion from TASM2) was re-used all over the Dunkirk score as well. The bass line for it is pretty obviously or very similarly re-purposed in a few places.Bill Conti gets an Oscar...so...i think Hans get a nominationThe reason I believe it partially depends on the piece's composition date is because of copyright laws. Arrival had to pay rights to use Richter's piece, just like if it had used a pop song, and I believe this played a big factor in its disqualification. Elgar's piece is public domain now, so it would be like if a score had included a Mozart sonata (extreme comparison).LOL @Macejko. I think Edmund is completely exhausted now. It'll take two to three days regain all the fluids he lost.@ James D<br><br>I don't disagree that Star Wars is the tip-of-the-iceberg when it comes to film music projects. However, you have to remember Powell has been in the game far longer than Giacchino has. I don't believe it has to do with how long you've been in the business, but if you're "sound" can carry the movie.
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  2004, July 28
Hans Zimmer will score the Gore Verbinski's next film : The Weather Man.
The Weather Man is an intimate drama telling the story about a weather man who is torn between the love of his family in Chicago and a career move to New York.

More info here : Music From The Movies


  2004, July 27
You can rate all the scores now. Just go to the related soundtrack page.
Please‚ only one vote per person and try to not use extreme ratings.


  2004, July 25
Steamboy
Steve Jablonsky




New mp3 extracts
The Bourne Supremacy
John Powell




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  2004, July 24


First Thunderbirds review by Andrew Keech

" Some things are sacrosanct. Thunderbirds most definitely falls into that category. How could any sane production team contemplate making a Thunderbirds film without Gerry Anderson on board‚ but Hollywood obviously knows better."
Read more...

Moreover‚ 3 mp3 extracts have been added on the Tunderbirds page


  2004, July 23
New Search function available
New Discography and DVD (in english) pages


  2004, July 22
First King Arthur review by Mike Brennan

" Upon his return to action scoring with King Arthur‚ Hans Zimmer has created a fusion of two of his common genres: historical drama and action/adventure."
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  2004, July 17

Interview with James Dooley| composer for Namco's Dead To Rights II : Hell To Pay

Read the interview : Music4Games.com


  2004, July 16
Directors Cut



Romance 2
Directors Cut



Underscores



  2004, July 14


Hans Zimmer's King Arthur soundtrack is available for full listening on AOL website : King Arthur complete score

Many thanks to Devoe for the link


  2004, July 13
The french version of the site is no more available.
However some parts are still written in french and we are currently translating all of them into english. Thank you for your patience.


  2004, July 12
New MP3 extracts



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  2004, July 08
New tracklist added

John Powell



The Bourne Supremacy
Harry Gregson-Williams



Man On Fire



  2004, July 06


Harry Gregson-Williams / Shrek 2
Possible soundtrack release ?


"As with pretty much all things Dreamworks‚ if there's a serious song soundtrack as there is with Shrek 2‚ they don't like to release the score at the same time - it confuses people. I have no idea‚ but I would imagine the score would be released around the time of the DVD. I've already put together a record together‚ whether anybody wants it or not."

Complete interview from www.soundtrack.net


  2004, July 05
New Discography page


  2004, July 03
Official King Arthur front cover



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  2004, July 01
Pre-order of Thunderbirds is now possible : Thunderbirds Pre order


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