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zimmer himself is the best example that THE Lion king is his bestIt's funny how our tastes evolve, isn't it? A couple years ago, I had the audacity to call this score boring in one of the discussions here. Well, nowadays, I find it quite beautiful, I love Hans' instrumentation choices here, and it's right up there with The Last Samurai as one of my favorite Zimmer scores.Yeah, just noticed that on soundtrack.net.<br>It seems no matter how big your name is hollywood could chew you up and spit you out any day."Btw, What happened to Daniel Suett (the guy who won the bleeding fingers contest)"<br><br>I thought it were 3 guys (?)<br><br>On his website:<br>"I am currently residing in Los Angeles, working on Hans Zimmer's campus as a staff composer for the Bleeding Fingers production house."It would have been one hell of a ride for Powell, especially doing some serious live action film (I'm tired of animation a little), and since his work with Miller is the best (love love love Happy Feet).<br><br>But I'm super curious on a score who took 2 years to compose for Junkie (while for instance, Run All Night took less than 2 weeks... lol) !
Yeah it's like some big incest fest or something... :PIt's ironic that both Elfman and Brian Tyler use uncredited ghostwriters (Paul Mounsey on Epic and Peabody, Halli Cauthery on Hellboy 2, this...and for Tyler, Matthew Margeson on some stuff, Todd Haberman on Rambo).<br><br>And now Elfman doing "ghostwriting" for Tyler on Avengers 2. :pThat was a happier time, Hybrid, wasn't it...The movie looks positively insane, hopefully the score will be too ;)All I hear when I listen to Absurdity is the "Barbossa" tune.
Someone please tell me that Sherlock Holmes was used as the temp for this score....Yes!!!! I have been waiting a loooooong time for this one!!Holy shit, WaterTower is launching the hype machine earlier and earlier, this release is over 2 months from now :-pSo the big one... Been waiting for it for what, 11 years ? When John Powell was attached to do it ? lolSo, basically this is the proof that Danny Elfman uses uncredited ghost writers. <br>Ironically, Hans gets the blame for crediting them. What a world.
Did anyone else notice that the vocals in the midportion of Flight—after he crashes through the mountain—are absent in the film version?Well the comment with some known credits is on this page. Just scroll down about halfway.I would pick this over that seriously overrated TASM2 score any day of the week. Chappie grows on me with every single listen. Hans has taken extremely fresh approach with it and it certainly shows. This unique score feels to me like a merger between 1980's and 2010's and I hope Hans explores this style more in the future. It's like a dirtier, grittier cousin to Daft Punk's Tron: Legacy, and I mean that as a compliment.Hmm interesting.  Or how about a way to search comments Hybird.  That would work too :)Weirdly I actually love the Sketchbook, it's really cool hearing all the ideas hashed out in a raw form. I'd love to hear demos and sketches for other scores.
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