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It's a good score, nice blend between orchestra and synths.<br><br>But, i think WW is more interesting scoreI'm listening right now, one of the best works by Tom, by far.<br><br>Beautiful choir, great action tracks (even there is a great renditions of the themes, Windflower with that version of Shrike's theme is gorgeous) and multiples themes.I'm guessing CONFESSIONS & REGRETS is Tom Sells out his Clone?I have done this for... so many things ! :PThanks so much!
01 - THE ISLAND AWAITS YOU => 1M1 MAIN TITLES + 1M2 NIGHTMARE #1<br>02 - WHERE DO THESE TUBES GO? => 1M2 MISSING A SHOE + 4M24 ROUTE 39<br>03 - SECTOR 6 => 4M19C CENSOR CHASE PT 3 + 4M19D THE OUTSIDE WORLD<br>04 - STARKWEATHER => NOT IN MIXES (Album idea or suite idea ?) + 6M33H MVC PT 6 THE BIG R<br>05 - AGNATE UKULELES => 2M10 AGNATE UKULELES + 2M10B UKULELES 2 - ELECTRIC B<br>06 - YOU HAVE A SPECIAL PURPOSE IN LIFE => 3M14A RELEASING THE MOTH + 3M14B LIMA'S DEMISE<br>07 - MASS VEHICULAR CARNAGE => 1MD HEALTH CLUB (ALBUM SONG VERSION)<br>08 - RENOVATIO => 5M32B TRACKING THE CLONES<br>09 - I'M NOT READY TO DIE => 3M15 STARKWEATHER'S DEMISE (EDITED)<br>10 - THIS TONGUE THING'S AMAZING => 7M43 THIS TONGUE THING'S AMAZING + 6M38 CONFESSIONS & REGRETS<br>11 - MASS WINNINGS => 7M44 MASS WINNINGS + 7M45 RETURN TO INSTITUTE + 7M45 RETURN TO INSTITURE PT 2<br>12 - THE CRAZIEST MESS I'VE EVER SEEN => 3M16-17 A PRODUCT ON THE LOOSE + 3M18A CENSOR CHASE PT 1<br>13 - SEND IN THE CLONES => 5M29 TRAIN STATION CHASE + 5M31-32 IN LA - CALVIN KLEIN<br>14 - MY NAME IS LINCOLN => 8M52 THE END OF MERRICK<br><br>;)Hybrid is it possible that you could do a crossreference of what cues here = the ones on album like you did for King Arthur and Transformers 4?And maybe there's too much synth work in both cause... Andrew K worked on both ?! lolMothersbaugh isn't the only person out there to use 80s synth, you know. You are after all, on the website named after perhaps the greatest pioneer of it in terms of film music. <br><br>Also, there is nothing about this film that screams "Thor Ragnarok" ripoff. If anything, the appropriate place to compare is Black Panther- however, as Aquaman and his mythology predates Black Panther by several years, that argument is rendered moot.<br><br> Sure, we have regal similarities (king, set in kingdom, evil half brother) but it literally ends there. The story is quite basic, but nowhere like Ragnarok in its entirety. Ragnarok was about two brothers putting aside their differences to stop their evil sister from unleashing Ragnarok itself, whilst Aquaman is about Arthur Curry being forced to reconnect with his Atlantean heritage, and it's explicitly a quest for him to clear Atlantis from a corrupt, purist ruler who wants to hurt the surface world because of how the humans have been mistreating the seas. Aquaman is very much its own thing, and it doesn't need any such comparisons. And I bet, it will stomp past Ragnarok at the box office overall. <br><br>the main theme is quite similar to Jackman's Kingsman ( the first three note)<br><br>andd..<br><br>I assume it is the studio's mandate for RGW to go (and adapt..or imitate?) Mothersbaugh's Ragnarok with its 80s synth. <br><br>----<br><br>Having seen the movie, i understand why RGW chose the 80s style, because basically, Aquaman is Thor Ragnarok underwater. <br>Dont get me wrong, the visual spectacle is amazing and colorful ( in a good way), some of the cinematography is downright breathtaking,but i really did have a hardtime enjoying this movie in its fullness beacuse the blatant Ragnarok ripping-off here and there.., and dont get me started on the story...<br>Really, the visual did the heavy lifting in this movie ( and it succeeded in overcoming the weak storyline)
Um, is there a freaking Pitbull remix of Africa on here? What the heck?The kind of spacey synth parts reminds me of Blade Runner 2049, and for some reason, Michael Giacchino's work on Star Trek. The more orchestrated triumphant version of the theme is a little like the melodies heard on the Destiny 2 soundtrack.It’s out. Go find it. So far so good!I listened to the track Arthur and it sounds really great. It's an unexpected mix of orchestra and synths (almost 80's style) with a really great theme I suppose is for Aquaman. <br><br>I hope the rest of the score is like this.Here<br><br>https:// itunes.apple.com/nz/album/aquaman-original-motion-picture-so undtrac k /1445500675<br><br>Includes some songs and the track of Joseph Bishara
So is this for Cue sheets or the actual complete score is out?Rupert Gregson-Williams stated on his twitter page that it will be released the 14thSupposedly there is some Joseph Bishara music for the “Trench Sequence”. For anyone who has seen the film was this something original or was it music tracked in from other Bishara scores?Any news on the release date? I've seen both the 14th and 21st. No word from Watertower makes me think the 21st might be the actual date.OK. Aquaman is a great film with some flaws. Momoa, Heard, Wilson, Kidman & Lundgren are very good. IMO the movie has a rocky start, but from a certain scene the movie takes flight and never comes down.<br><br>Gregson-Williams' score is awesome I think. It sounds like a mix between BvS, WW & BR2049 with some gituar, drums & piano here and there. Very curious what kind of release it will get.<br><br>For me Wonder Woman is still the best DCEU movie but Aquaman isn't far behind!!! Solid 8.8
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  2004, December 30
SPANGLISH : Hans Zimmer - James L. Brooks collaboration

A short video interview based upon questions asked by fans to director James L. Brooks can be seen atÿSpanglishmovie.com. Just click on Ask the director at the bottom of the page. Then‚ again on the handwrited text at the bottom and you will hear James L. Brooks talk about actors‚ his hopes and collaboration with his composer and friend Hans Zimmer.


  2004, December 17
Spanglish
Hans Zimmer



  2004, December 17
Golden Stellite awards nominations have been announced and this time, it is John Powell turn to be on the list of possible winners for the Best Original Score and Best Original Song.

His collaboration with Dave Stewart and Mick Jagger on ALFIE seems to be more appreciated by people in the business than by fans.

17. Original Score
a. Michael Giacchino - The Incredibles (Disney/Pixar)
b. David A. Stewart, John Powell, Mick Jagger - Alfie (Paramount)
c. HOWARD SHORE - The Aviator (Miramax)
d. Danny Elfman - Spiderman 2 (Columbia)
e. John Swihart - Napoleon Dynamite (Fox Searchlight)
f. Jan A.P. Kaczmarek - Finding Neverland (Miramax)


18. Original Song
a. "Million Voices" - Hotel Rwanda - Wyclef Jean, Jerry ?Wonder? Duplessis & Andrea Guerra
b. "The Book Of Love" - Shall We Dance - Stephen Merritt
c. "Blind Leading the Blind" - Alfie - Mick Jagger & Dave Stewart
d. "Shine Your Light" - Ladder 49 - Robbie Robertson
e. "Learn To Be Lonely" - The Phantom of the Opera - Andrew Lloyd Weber
f. "Believe" - The Polar Express - Glen Ballard & Alan Silvestri


  2004, December 17
Classic Zimmer
by Fabrice Roux


  2004, December 16
METAL GEAR SOLID 3 Interviews at www.music4games.net

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.
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Interview with Harry Gregson-Williams, Composer for Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater.
Last time we chatted to Harry Gregson-Williams he was based at Hans Zimmer's Media Ventures group and was busy working on the score for the game. Having completed one of this year's most anticipated game scores and established a new studio, we caught up with the composer to discuss his latest adventures with Snake and co.
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  2004, December 13
SPANGLISH on the road

Hans Zimmer received his 6th nomination to the the Golden Globes for the new comedy score he composed for Spanglish, the new James L. Brooks movie, yet director of As Good As It Gets for which Hans Zimmer received an Oscar nomination.

But because Spanglish is not in theatre right now (Official release date : 17th December), people can be surprised by the nomination of the German composer. A true strange thing maybe due to the press-screening already done in order to warm the audience and newspaper writers.

By the way, another good reason the await this score which will close a year of Hans Zimmer filmmusic in a good way.

Golden Globes Original Score nominees
The Aviator Composed by Howard Shore
Finding Neverland Composed by Jan A. P. Kaczmarek
Million Dollar Baby Composed by Clint Eastwood
Sideways Composed by Rolfe Kent
Spanglish Composed by Hans Zimmer

More Infos on The Golden Globes Website


  2004, December 12
Hans ZIMMER to score MADAGASCAR

Hans ZIMMER will score the Dreamworks next animated movie‚ and replaces Harry GREGSON-WILLIAMS who was thought to be on this project until now. Another project for Hans for the year 2005‚ after Ring 2‚ The Weather Man‚ & Batman Begins.


  2004, December 04
Jeff Rona
Earthsea


  2004, December 03
King Arthur DVD
Director's Cut



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