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The movie is about a disaster with real people, don't fit a orchestral epic dramatic score, more a electronic, dark, gritty score.<br><br>Everyone expect orchestral when don't fit in every movie...Looks like it's digital only :(People here seem to forget that scores and soundtracks are made for a movie. They are not made as a music album in the first place. Some composers make like more than 2 or 3 scores a year. That's not the same like an artist or band who makes an new album once in 2 or 3 years). <br><br>Scores are a really nice extra thing you get from a movie and yes some albums are great to listen to, others with more like an ambient and underscore type of sound can be seen as disappointing and boring.  I think it's wrong to give Jablonsky a hard time here because he made a score that will fit this movie, but when listening to it without the movie it can be kind of boring... Composers don't make this music just to bring out a new album for us! They make music for movies and afterwards they can share it with us. <br><br>About the movie, I don't think this movie needed some kind of memorable heroic themes. It's a serious thriller and giving this some theme's like Transformers would look and sound ridiculous. I was expecting a score like this.Steve said in an interview that they didn't want a orchestral score, so he made it completely on his computer. Check interview here: youtube.com/watch?v=Glr-dgumGgoLove this Score Great Work!!!!
Don't always blame the composer. More often than not, it's a combination of director, producer(s) and studio.I realize there are some harsh tracks akin to Battleship but if you just skip to the end you will find the final cue is one of the most gorgeous and emotional of Jablonsky's career :)...or more likely the director/producers wanted something more akin to sound design than melody.Well...John co-wrote the main themes from KFP 1/2.... :PSo then why is John mentioned on every cue ? Surely he contributed something to these view also ?
ggggrrrrrrrrrr, tictictictic, ccrrrrrrrrrssssshhhhhhh ... that's all I heard listening to the Deepwater Horizon. The movie makes me want but compsition Steve Jablonsky is unbearable listen-only. Gone is the time of the first Transformers. Jablonsky disappoints me more and more to serve us sound design. to believe that he knows more compose MUSIC ...Bit late to the party but IMO you're absolutely right. If you listen to these pieces back to back with the Crimson Tide score, which is phenomenal, you'll notice how present Zimmer's influence is.x Cyberpunk88<br>yes, I will put on youtube.<br>However, this site belongs to Hans Zimmer.<br>I here are just a guest.<br>I do not know if I have the permission of the admin Antas to put the link.Please, come to Argentina. We admire you.It's a cd release or digital?
I saw the new Bridget Jones last night, and something in that movie struck my ears near the end the score sounds a lot like Holiday's MaestroQuality is really bad but the music itself is really amazing.Interesting Music & Awsome Electronic Ambient Music From Steve Jablonsky I Can't wait To See The Movie Deepwater HorizonI regret I missed that tour. I actually don't see any info on upcoming tours/events. Is anything like that planned at all?Classic !
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