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Ooops new topic instead "reply" previous threadHybrid, check "Black Mass" trailer - "Music by: Tom Holkenborg" without JXL.His artist name was Junkie long before film scoring.<br><br>Funny thing is when he scored Dutch films he went with his real name Tom (though he's named Antonius Bernardus Johannes Holkenborg lol... remember the Antonius remix in Sherlock 2 ? ;)).<br><br>In Hollywood he went with Junkie (not on TDKR though), but he seems to go back toward Holkenborg recently. Now seems to be the transitional phase with the 2 names. I guess in the future he'll be Tom Holkenborg only... :) In the end, I don't matter as long as I know who we're talking about !! :)<br><br>Speaking of him and Mad Max, just check his recently posted videos, it's great insight !<br><br>youtube.com/watch?v=VkNeXS0Lmxc&list=PLPDbiB89zUSI-bAKsef_UC 87OMsHrv_tR&index=4One thing I don't understand, what's the deal with Tom v Junkie? What is the purpose of the two names? Which one does he go by? Which one will he use in the future?<br><br>And why, here, has he used both?It was Tom not Hans. Hybrid said it before.
Nope !<br><br>Wait & see !Please, someone leak this!!! Hybrid do you have a track you could add here?I'm convinced that Hans actually did Brothers in Arms. Must have stumbled in drunk one night.FYI the music that plays when Furiosa is stabbed during the final chase is in the piece "Immortan", about in the middle.<br><br>The piece starts off with the scene after the first chase when they lose the pregnant bride...Then it kicks into Furiosa's stab scene, then some other actiom  music I dont remember. <br><br>But in case you were looking for that bit to put right before Chapter Doof drops the bass, that's the track....Well of course he must have - Junkie is a protege of Hans Zimmer....Like all the other composers - Badelt, Jablosnky, Powell, etc. - When they first started their scores sounded similar to Hans' music in terms of orchestration and motifs used... <br><br>not to denigrade the man's work, but this doesn't surprise me and I'm fine with that...Junkie will develop his own sound eventually and explore new techniques, just as I'm sure Zimmer tutored him to do....Jesus I remember when both Powell and Jablonsky's scores sounded practicaly the same to Junkie's...And this was a decade ago.
Don't mistake sound samples and music style.Its always a surprise to see the fact that people / fans / critics / moviegoers / haters actually do not really (REALLY) listen to music. its either somewhat similar or its not and that is the end. the person behind the Hybrid Soldier name said not so long ago that there is zero Hans in this score, nothing...<br>well, its an interesting thing to say because the score that was released in europe and the version of the movie was maybe a special studio cut but I'm convinced that I heard many-many times the almost ancient Zimmer choir motif...<br>Hans started to use this signature motif somewhere around crimson tide and since then, everybody in remote control history, I mean everybody used it. also Hans is still today obsessed about it and nobody talks about this. its almost like the famous "danger motif" from Horner. but, yes its true that Hans is in re-invent mode every time, so sometimes its a female choir or sometimes male but fuck, dont bullshit around after 20 years of music.<br>other then that, yes its Junkie alone but in the end its not only his craft, he borrowed / used directly from HZ in this too.Now I saw what you meant! Indeed. Since when is Junkie THE film composer and Zimmer the co composer...I was Basically reiterating what you were saying.Right. Wonder if they still get to use RCP samples and things like that... they of course develop their own techniques but...
Nope, been almost 15 years now... lolThat's too bad. Are HGW and Powell still RCP members btw?Hans & Ridley won't work together again.That is great news!  Hans wouldn't do another space film a year after interstellar lol so HGW is a great choice!HGW is scoring The Martian ! ;)
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