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Winter Soldier sounds almost nothing like Kingsman<br>Civil war maybeYes! "No Time for Emotion" and "Not In Vain" contain John Denver's "Country Roads"! No Time for Emotion is Mark Strong singing it like in the film!! I'm so happy they included this! :DDoes anyone know a chronological order or is this chronological??"Mutant and Proud" (from X-Men First Class) was used on the scene when Harry's gets back his memories. Am i right?Now I'm even more excited for this!
Thanks !Here's the interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBALBRBmDfg<br><br>He starts talking about the score, quite passionately, at 05:50:)<br><br>Yeah that's probably the case! I think Wallfish is a great composer so I am sure it'll sound great!Probably. The first Kingsman sounds just like Winter Soldier.Any link to that ITW ? :)<br><br>Yeah Hans probably wrote the main ideas and probably a bunch of the big cues but Wallfisch wrote a good chunk of it... :)There's an interview where the director talks about the score being brilliant and he says Walfischs name before Zimmers so we can guess that zimmer being busy with the tour didn't have time to do that much on this score so this will be a mostly wallfish score.
Is it just me or is Poppy’s theme the same thing as Jack and Jill’s theme from puss n boots?I have no idea, it's been there since July, could be...<br><br>Check the featurette that came out a few days ago, "The World of Blade Runner", in it I think is definitely score material !interessting... i really think it can be a HZ/ BW / JJ track, it doesn't sound that commercial and basicRandy is obviously wrong and an idiot in my point of view.Just watched the movie and it was awesome, well not as great s the first one, but still very entertaining.<br><br>As for the score, by now I have just listened to it in the movie and there worked perfectly, I would say even better than in the first one, with some old themes and some very good new themes, specially I love the Poppy theme.<br><br>Now I will listen to the album to see what tracks are we missing but it looks like a really complete pack.
Haven't had a chance to listen to this one. Are you saying the tunes presented on album are not recorded with live musicians? If true then that would come as a surprise as I see some names in the full credits above that are associated with orchestra recordings, including Gavin Greenaway as the conductor.maybe quality is also not the correct word. its the function of the music. i just think the music of Armageddon is much stronger in its function as a filmscore than Pirates III. i also think the themes are stronger and rabins main theme is used in a wide range. but this also a matter of taste ofc.Yeah, but the quality of the acting beneath the score doesn't affect the quality of the music.I guess that's for the Statesmen. Would have preferred an all-out Western sound for them to contrast with the Bond-type music for the Kingsmen...that would have been fun!Great fun score. It has everything I expected. Although that country vibe in some tracks is nice not really my cup of tea.
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  2006, October 27
UCLA WIND ENSEMBLE TO PERFORM WORLD PREMIERE of ACCLAIMED 'MARS UNDERGROUND' SCORE as a SUITE-to-PICTURE



Multi-talented composer of "When a Stranger Calls", DreamWorks' "First Flight" short, SOCOM video game series and contributor to "The Da Vinci Code" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" also to appear


  2006, October 26
A new interview from Jim DOOLEY

Our Friends from Scoremagacine.com released an interview from the composer, from Wallace and Gromit to Chicken Run and the Jerry Bruckheimer / Media Ventures sound up to the modern trends in film music, composing techniques, game scores and even score rejections, read about it all in the pleasant chat they had with him a while back.


  2006, October 25
Ultraviolet
Klaus Badelt


The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
Steve Jablonsky




  2006, October 23
JOHN POWELL ; Press conference in Ghent

We released the first part of the press conference the composer John POWELL held in Ghent on october the 14th for the World Soundtrack Awards, with text, pictures and videos.

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  2006, October 21
CHILDREN OF GLORY

Check the official website from the movie to get the main title from the Nick GLENNIE-SMITH' score.

Thank you Levente !


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  2006, October 20
Harry GREGSON WILLIAMS records DEJA VU

Soundtrack.net released pictures from the recording sessions from the new Harry GREGSON-WILLIAMS' score, for the Tony SCOTT's next movie.


  2006, October 17
John POWELL at The World Soundtrack Awards 2006

The sixth edition of the World Soundtrack Awards (WSA) held on October the 14th. 2006 in Ghent (Belgium) was once again a pre-eminent event for film music lovers.


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The spanish composer Alberto Iglesias won Best Soundtrack and Best Composer Awards for The Constant Gardener and the argentine composer Gustavo Santaolalla sang and played a live guitar rendition from Brokeback Mountain.
The Flemish Radio Orchestra, conducted by Dirk Brossé, performed music from Michael Giacchino, Peer Raben, Piet Goddaer and John Powell, who joined in the orchestra for The Bourne Identity, Endurance, X-Men: The Last Stand, Two weeks Notice, Mr. & Mrs Smith and Ice Age: the Meltdown.

Hans-Zimmer.com wishes to thank the Flanders International Film Festival from Ghent and the World Soundtrack Academy for their amazing ceremony and concert.

More Infos on the official website


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  2006, October 15
Blood+ Vol2
Mark Mancina


   
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Heitor Pereira




  2006, October 08
A new Hans ZIMMER's interview : part II.

(...)"Well, once I've done the next Batman movie, which will finish in early 2008, I thought I'd take a year off from writing film scores and just go and do some concerts. I only started thinking about this recently, that I have these complete pieces lying around, like The Ring, Gladiator, Thelma & Louise, Crimson Tide, and they all exist as proper concert pieces. One of the reasons they've never been performed is that the percussion parts mostly exist as a bunch of samples in the films, so Bruce never had to write it into the score. So we just need to sit down, add the percussion into the score, and things like that.(...)"

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  2006, October 01
A new Hans ZIMMER's interview.

Soundtrack.net released the first part from an interview dedicated to Hans ZIMMER's work on The Da Vinci Code & Dead Man 's Chest.


  2006, October 01
A non-Italian Job

John POWELL has been commissioned to write the original music for Horton Hears a Who, an animated feature produced by 20th Century Fox for release in 2008. It’s based on the book by Dr. Seuss and will feature the voices of Jim Carrey and Steve Carell. The movie is directed by Jimmy Hayward and Steve Martino, who both worked on Robots.

Source :Filmmusicworld.com


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  2006, October 01
METAL GEAR SOLID 4 : GUNS OF THE PATRIOTS



Harry GREGSON-WILLIAMS is composing the score along with Toda NOBUKO who will be in charge of the in-game music while HGW will score for the cut-scenes. Release date for the video-game is announced for the year 2007.

Visit the official website HERE
Download the trailer HERE


Thank you Aggelos Tsompanidis !


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