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Please come to south Africa cape town.hans your the bestI saw it too and it's almost certainly false. I'm sure Gareth will have Desplat compose for the sequel too.paris is already sold out!!!<br>cannot waitRendez-vous &#224; Paris le 23 Avril !https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKuMtGSJ7Bk
Has anyone heard the full thing?M. Zimmer, don't forget to bring these talented musician to Montreal in Québec one day. Have a nice tour!What a great score.Very excited for this new recording.I really, really hope he decided to become a less of an asshole towards his music.
Should we take the lack of a composer on "Jason Bourne" as an indication that Greengrass just used a Powell temptrack for the whole thing? ;)You're saying there's a chance that the Affleck is Deathstroke rumor is legit? ;)Have to agree with you here. The action music, for the most part, is pretty fun when Junkie lets loose with the electronics (Maximum Effort, Twelve Bullets, Watership Down). I'll even say there are some genuinely pretty moments scattered throughout (Liam Neeson Nightmares, Face I would Sit On).<br><br>Unfortunately the biggest downfall of this soundtrack is a lot of the underscore. Junkie's strength definitely lies in his themes, but utilizing them is definitely not his strong suit. I would say half of the music functions well, while the rest kinda falls flat. And the biggest problem; the drums. The 80's style synth works amazing but is overshadowed by the Mad Max drums and strings.<br><br>Imo, JXL needs to leave his comfort zone and write for dramatic films. His string writing is some of the best out there, and his action music works when he doesn't fall into the same routine drums and pounding.Yeah well I just got through my first listen and I am kind of disappointed too... I feel like Maximum Effort and Twelve Bullets are the main two stand-out action tracks, but they're on the very short side and did not blow me away like Blood Bag, Brothers in Arms, Chapter Doof, The Bog, go on and on... Maybe Man in a Red Suit can be up there too, but honestly I did not hear a lot of memorable tracks first time round... Might change obviously, just my initial reaction. However, I would have preferred to have a lot more music from Junkie and less Tarantino-like 'soundtrack'. I mean, I don't know how the existing songs play out in the film as I haven't seen it yet, but I could have done without some of those songs. And I don't know if it's my headophones (I hope not :) ) but it sounds like the album is mastered too loud so sometimes there is clearly some distortion/clipping going on. Could be intentional but it kind of starts to bother me. I'm going to try some other sound systems to verify this.in "Is She With You?" at around 2:30, does anyone hear similarities to The Dark Knight trilogy music?
This is a one star score... So disappointing :(I went to his first concert a year and half ago in London and it was amazing. i wish to see him playing in Dubai or EGYPT under the pyramids.<br>i will definitely attend either the Dublin or the Vienna one.Because the OST is ready for a while, and WaterTower was probably stocking its files online on the sourcecode of the website or something, and someone found the correct address to download them...<br><br>There's ALWAYS someone smarter...<br><br>I don't have it, though ! I'd like to ! But yeah the track is real. lolHybrid, do you say that because you THINK it is legit, or because someone official confirmed it to you? In the latter case, how is it even possible that the OST leaked so long before the release? Did you get any explanation?Stop torturing yourselves, it IS legit...
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