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The version on this page is actually sound effects-free!Sehr Geehrter Herr Zimmer, du hast viele Fans in Polen. Lassen Sie es uns wissen, wenn Sie nach Polen kommen. Wir haben mehrere Orte, an denen Sie Ihre Arbeit präsentieren können. Sie sind hier herzlich willkommen.<br>-------------------------<br>Dear Mr. Zimmer, you have many fans in Poland. Let us know when you come to Poland. We have several places where you can present your work. You are very welcome here.Credits added !All sounds really good!<br>Tracks 1, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 16, 19 are wonderful.Macejko: i do too
I for one believe they should not allow user ratings until the album has been released.I really like it! It's like a HTTYD with a twang to it.I do. And other collectors too. LOL.Felix: some people buy CD-s yet nowadays, some people thinks, if a music is a masterpiece in it's own, then they can appreciate the composer's work with some money, even that money going to the publisherWho needs CDs?? LoL
As far as I know, no.<br><br>Sadly. <br><br>I would love to get my hands on a "clean" version. Love the score!Well ok, but how to get the song itself on physical cd, if its not on this soundtrack. There is now official Single CD yet for the Song ... :/Are there any versions that movie sound effects, such as car noise, have disappeared?I really hope that for the inevitable sequel they dump the songs and focus a bit more on the actual score. I listened to the album again and there's definitely a lot that they can expand upon. <br><br>Mike Bay (through his movies) is one of the "founders" of the MV/RC sound so it sucks to see him relying on so much freakin' songs nowadays. And it's not only him.....<br><br>That's why themes have disappeared. Composers just don't have the chance to create more.  And I'm sure it's frustrating for them to deal with all of this. So don't blame ONLY the composer when a score doesn't feel satisfying enough. God knows how many other people have a say in all of this...Bay should work with Jerry Bruckheimer again.<br>================<br><br><br>That is something a lot of people are hoping for :)<br><br>The days of The Rock, Armageddon, Pearl Harbor and Bad Boys 2 were awesome. You saw trailers that simply said "From Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer" and audiences knew exactly what they gonna get. Those were some very exciting days. <br><br>I don't think we will see another Armageddon-sized reunion of Michael and Jerry but hey......at least we have their previous movies to enjoy. I'm grateful for that :) <br><br>P.S. Armageddon NEEDS to be re-released in IMAX 3D. It's the perfect movie for this format.
doesn't look like it but per the announcement on 007.com an 'epic sweeping instrumental orchestral version' of it will beWill the Song "No Time to Die" from Billie Eilish on the CD release of this Album?If you care about Ben's work in horror, you gonna like this (the strings and themes sounds mostly like A Cure for Wellness), and lots of abrasive electronics.<br><br>If you don't care, that's other story.It is good, very good.<br><br>But still no manage to top his work in HTTYD, but, really impressive.Soo, there is a new trailer for the Third season. I'm very exited.<br>The second half of the trailer sounds like Djawadi did it.<br><br>Do we know if he's doing the 3rd season and will there be a release for the score. If so, is it again on the night after the last eoisode aired??
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  2007, August 27
TRANSFORMERS' SCORE COMING SOON

The website THE NIGHT SHIFT announced that Warner Bros. Records will "shortly" be releasing the album of Steve Jablonsky's orchestral score from the movie Transformers, according to a Senior Vice President in the Music Department at Paramount Pictures.
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The information has been confirmed by websites such as amazon.com & barnesandnobles.com which indicate a release date for october 9.


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  2007, August 20
PART III of the interview with Henry Jackman on THE SIMPSONS MOVIE



Christine BLANC & Jérémie NOYER published the third part of their interview with RC composer Henry Jackman and his work on "The Simpsons Movie".

Part II and I can also be read at the above link.


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  2007, August 16


Harry Gregson-Williams to be present at the WSA and live performance of his music.

During the 7th edition of the World Soundtrack Awards, the Flemish Radio Orchestra will give a live performance of music by Mychael Danna (Little Miss Sunshine, Capote, Exotica, Monsoon Wedding), Harry Gregson-Williams (Antz, Shrek, Chicken Run, Veronica Guerin) and the Greek composer Evanthia Reboutsika (My Father & My Son), who won the WSA Discovery of the Year award last year. The orchestra will be conducted by Dirk Brossé. All composers will, of course, be present in Ghent.

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  2007, August 16
RUPERT GREGSON WILLIAMS scores another comedy



Filmmusicweekly.com report in their latest edition of the magazine (15th of August, 2007), that composer Rupert Gregson Williams is working on another comedy score, this time for Dennis Dugan's "You don't mess with Zohan".

For more info please download the free edition of this week's issue via the link provided above.


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  2007, August 15
D-War
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  2007, August 13


New Hans Zimmer interviews :

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Hans Zimmer's ode to Homer
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  2007, August 12
Prison Break
Ramin Djawadi


Prison Break (bootleg)
Ramin Djawadi




  2007, August 08
INTERVIEW WITH HENRY JACKMAN ON THE SIMPSONS



Christine BLANC of inter-activities.blogspot.com recently interviewed RC composer Henry Jackman, covering a variety of topics and specifically his work on The Simpsons Movie.

The interview is in three parts and you can read Part I at the above link.



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  2007, August 07
Klaus Badelt scores Killshot



The official website of the London Metropolitan Orchestra states that Klaus Badelt was recently in London to score Killshot with a part of the LMO at Abbey Road studio 1.

Killshot is directed by John Madden and Badelt used a 30-piece string orchestra with a solo cello for the musical accompaniment of the film which will come out in cinemas later this year.

Klaus Badelt comes in the place of composer Stephen Warbeck, a frequent collaborator of John Madden and who was previously attached to the scoring duties of the film.

For more info please visit the above LMO link.


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