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Awesome! I still listen to the first two scores frequently.Matthew's back, that's for sure !Just saw it as well. Honestly didn’t know it was happening lol... but that would be awesome news if Matthew and Henry are co-composing together again.It's pretty good but I think it's the Mounsey cues that sounds the most convincingly Powellish here. Which makes sense given that he's worked on like every single Powell score of the last 10 years lolSince The Lion King, in my opinion, is 99 per cent the same as the original, I simply can't be that enthusiastic about it. I would have preferred a  special 2 CD (physical) edition of Dark Phoenix.
Hans's emulation of Powell's sound is more convincing than Mousney and Balfe's.Anybody who already saw The King's Man trailer today it's really good!!thx hybrid. but why hans? isn't it the decision of fox music?Honestly, Hans is in the middle of big TLK promotion right now, so wait & see...that's true...
"Closing in on 700 signatures now, so you'd think that the petition would be gaining at least a little attention."<br><br>Hate to break it to you, but that's laughably naive. No executive is going to even notice a petition with 700 sigs, let alone be spurred to action by it.does anyone have some infos about the release?Yes, but, Sorry, but i see it ...Looking forward to hearing this when it eventually gets leaked. This was an amazing score.Didn't think there was more unreleased tracks from this score, aside from some suites, considering how much there was on the Deluxe Edition.
the real question is why hasn’t the complete page been created yet when the complete for chapping and inferno haveI never understood why Balfe never got a joint credit on this?<br>The first Sherlock was on earth of my favorite soundtracks ever. Can’t wait to see what they do on this filmSo I'm curious I've seen a lot of these unofficial complete releases on the site and I was wondering why can't there be an official release instead of just these unofficial releases?So many complete scores leaking and I want this one the most.Is it out??? I want this!!!
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  2004, September 30
From www.musicfromthemovies.com

John Powell will compose the original score for Be Cool‚ F. Gary Gray's upcoming sequel to Get Shorty‚ starring John Travolta and Uma Thurman.
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Marc Shaiman is no longer involved in Team America: World Police. Harry Gregson-Willliams is the new composer hired to score the picture.
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  2004, September 26


Interview with Justin Burnett‚ composer for Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater

"Justin Burnett has co-composed the original soundtrack for Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater‚ along with Harry Gregson-Williams and Norihiko Hibino. His previous game credits include additional music for Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty as well as films such as Man On Fire and Dungeons & Dragons: The Movie. We caught up with Burnett to find out more about his contributions to the next opus in the highly anticipated MGS series."

Read the complete interview at  www.music4games.net


  2004, September 25
LAURAS STERN Original Soundtrack
Hans Zimmer - Nick Glennie-Smith





Release date : 2004‚ October 4th
The CD will include the score as well as the film's title song "Touch The Sky"
Label : Jack White

Source : www.MusicFromTheMovies.com


  2004, September 24
METAL GEAR SOLID 3 SNAKE EATER Original Soundtrack



Music by Harry Gregson-Williams and Norihiko Hibino
Release date : 2004‚ December 15th
It will be a 2 CD box including a special key for the game.
Catalogue number : KOLA-89-0 (Konami Media Entertainment)

Thanks to McBain and SquareMusic for the news


  2004, September 14
Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard to score
Batman Begins




Sources :
soundtrack.net
www.james-newton-howard.com
Official Batman Begins website : batmanbegins.warnerbros.com


  2004, September 12


  2004, September 10
Six years After THE THIN RED LINE : THE NEW WORLD



IMDB announces Hans Zimmer will compose for Terrence MALICK's next movie‚ named "The New World"‚ the story of the clash between The PowhatanPocahontas' Indian tribe‚ and the English colonists lead by John Smith.
With Colin FARELL & Christian BALE. Release Date on November‚ the 1st. 2005. Photo by New Line Cinema

Thank you Rafal Czaja ;-)


  2004, September 07
LIVE FROM ZANELLI

In a recent conversation‚ Geoff Zanelli gave us a brief comment about his new works‚ past and coming.
Here is what he can say at this time.

House Of D

“ This is my first solo effort actually‚ the first time my name goes up at the beginning instead of the end of the film. It is written and directed by David Duchovny and set in 1970s New York. The score is meant to reflect the time period to some extent‚ and there are some songs from the 1970s as well. I put together a band for parts of the score and then had a little string group for other parts of the score”.
A short comment by Geoff Zanelli can be found on this site with a lot more informations about the movie : http://www.robin-williams.net/houseofd.htm

Catwoman

“This was more of a hip hop kind of score‚ there was some orchestra for certain moments but really we were trying to combine very current pop music with the traditional orchestral score. I was only on the movie for a few weeks‚ just did a little bit at the end to help meet the deadline for Klaus”.
And for information‚ Geoff did some additional music during last weeks for the new Hans Zimmer project Shark Tale. More comments to come when film will be out.


  2004, September 03
SHARK TALE : Only one Zimmer's track on the official album?

The Official Website brings us the complete tracklisting where Hans Zimmer appears at the very end from. Moreover‚ if some of you are interested in‚ the song car wash by Christina Aguilera featuring Missy Elliott is available to listen at Streamos.



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