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Is there anyone who knows which music the OST tracks (including the special edition tracks) are made of. There's often loads of cues pasted together.
I'd like to know if there's anything from the OST or Special Edition that is not on the complete score. I already added Why So Serious?, Harvey Two-Face, A Dark Knight and Like a Dog Chasing Cars but I'm wondering if there's more (even though its only parts of tracks) material that can be added.
Please tell me!
This is what I remember from my breakdown of it:
1. Why So Serious? = shortened version of "The Joker Suite" 2. I'm Not a Hero = Find the Batman + Trip to Hong Kong + LSI Extraction 3. Harvey Two-Face = shortened Harvey Dent Suite 4. Aggressive Expansion = A Dark Knight (with an inserted intro) + Joker Crashes the Party 5. Always a Catch = Batman Down + Dirty Cash (unused) 6. Blood on My Hands = Bank Warrants / LSI Holdings 7. A Little Push = Interrogating Schiff 8. Like a Dog Chasing Cars = Action Ice Theme 9. I Am the Batman = Watch the World Burn 10. And I Thought My Jokes Were Bad = Hospital Bomb Scare Pt. 1 11. Agent of Chaos = Wired 12. Introduce a Little Anarchy = Storming Pruitt Building 13. Watch the World Burn = Eye For an Eye 14. A Dark Knight = New Batman Theme
1. Bank Robbery = Ditto 2. Buyer Beware = Ditto 3. Halfway to Hong Kong = Hostile Witness + Halfway to Hong Kong (unused) 4. Decent Men in an Indecent Time = ? 5. You're Gonna Love Me = Are You Up to it? + Panic Room + You're Gonna Love Me + Blood on My Hands 6. Chance = 7. You Complete Me = You Complete Me + ? + Pod Deploys 8. The Ferries = Hospital Bomb Scare Pt. 2 + The Ferries 9. We Are Tonights Entertainment = Give It To Me + A Little Push 10. A Watchful Guardian = Dent Defeated + I'm Not a Hero + A Dark Knight + End Credits
So that gives us 31 cues not counting my ? moments...haha. We have maybe 35-37 of the cues here, and then all 4 suites (all shortened). So it's still missing some 20 cues, but IMO they're not all that noteworthy for the most part.
About the "?" cues I'm not sure, but I think:
4. Decent Men in an Indecent Time = Gordon Returns Home + Explosion Aftermath (?) + Logo 6.Chance = Dent to Van + Gordon is dead + I Am the Batman 7. You Complete Me = You Complete Me + This is my city (?) + Pod Deploys
Looks right...And I missed one on Aggressive Expansion. It's "A Dark Knight" (w/ 15 second ostinato intro) + 2nd half of "Put a Smile On That Face" + "Joker Crashes the Party"
Thanks for this list:)
Now I don't have to analyze it for hours lol!
Not to mention that the special edition's music sounds different from the sessions/film mixes
True...Find the Batman, Buyer Beware, LSI Extraction, Hospital Bomb Scare pt. 1, I'm Not a Hero, and A Dark Knight are all mixed differently. I'm probably missing some.
There are film mixes?!
I also think that Joker Crashes Party is differently mixed on the OST.
Hybrid, do you know which tracks are mixed different on the OST?
I just gave most of them... :P
Haha yes! thanks! Was just wondering if there's one or 2 more but I checked the album myself and it seems those were all:)
So this just hit me...the first 40 or so seconds of the full Harvey Dent suite are basically HZ's two-note Batman theme, in JNH French horn style.
It's a tragedy the full suite wasn't what we got on album. Beautiful stuff. I do feel like TDKR was missing a bit of its heart without JNH, to this day. HZ's "Dark Knight" theme has its own kind of beauty, but JNH has a special touch, you know?
Have a question. Here, on the track "Wired" only Zimmer is credited, but on the 2 CDs edition, both Zimmer and Newton are credited on the track "Agent of Chaos". What is the right?
I'm no expert, but I'm pretty sure it's this:
The core of "Wired" is "Bruce Left For Dead" from Begins, which is a cue JNH worked on. In the case of "Wired," Zimmer and JNH worked separately, so Zimmer was the one who did "Wired" - but it's built on the JNH cue from Begins. So they're both right. JNH would be credited for the original, even though he didn't work on the "Wired" cue as such.
Curious about something...A while ago, Hybrid, you said Lorne did a "lot more" than listed here...was it just a few more cues than shown (say, 4 or 5), or did he arrange as much here as he did in TDKR? Doesn't really matter, I was just wondering about it. lol.
Yeah he did, just like on Begins... But we'll never know really since the cuesheet is not helpful... lol
Hybrid do you get special music from RCP or something? Because the full Harvey Dent suite and the Moody Bruce Transfiguration suite are literally ONLY on this site. No one else has them.
I see you've finally noticed that Hybrid Soldier always adds bullshit tracks onto the end of the complete scores listed on here. It is so that he can feel high and mighty when one of them leaks, and to feel better than everyone else. "Just a few extra tracks at the end"
When he eventually does respond to this, I say to him - upload that Dent Suite in the music player so we can hear it. Prove its existence. Or add one of the "additional" tracks from the many other complete scores listed on here. Another that comes to mind is the "Dark Mal Suite" from Inception
My god. It's like you're in my head. I was just having this discussion with a friend yesterday, and second Anon, your response is almost word for word how I described my feelings on the matter.
Unfortunately, Hybrid probably will not respond to this inquiry. If he does, it will be along the lines of: "Sorry, I can't post any of that (or I might get in trouble!)."
Third Anon here. After I his submit, I realized that the "Harvey Dent Suite" is in the music player. Was it before?
Are you all the same Anons?
We were all created in the same BIG BANG, crapped out by the same SUPERNOVA, cooked by the same STAR and served by the same PLANET. Therefore, there is no "You". Only "We".
Uhh, the full-length Harvey suite has been there at least a couple months. ;) And as per the original post, Hybrid also posted the "Moody Bruce New Transfiguration Suite" from Rises, which is in none of the complete score leaks. So I imagine the answer to the original question is a yes.
I realized this last night after I ran my mouth. I am shocked it is on here. It would be nice to hear the additional 2 minutes of The Joker suite. And other excluded tracks on the other complete scores. I was aware of the Moody Bruce Suite. I am thankful for it, but still would like to see more exclusives
Interesting being able to hear the entire Harvey suite. I guess I can see why they shortened the album version though. It really is just Batman Begins reprisals, though the variation of the Begins theme beginning at 6:20 is beautiful. The part at 8:41, also not on the album, is nice, too.
Which Cue on here is the one with the "Like a Do Chasing Cars" Theme In the Middle. One of my Favorites.
If you're asking what I think, then you're referring to the scene where the SWAT guy says, "FREEZE! STAND DOWN OR YOU WILL BE--" and Batman promptly punches him in the face. That's "Storming Pruitt Building" (Introduce a Little Anarchy on the album).
If you mean, "Where would 'Like a Dog Chasing Cars' have been used?", it wasn't going to be used in the film, for whatever reason.
Really? That is a bummer.
According to Hybrid, it was used as temp music for the Batman Chased scene in TDKR, but in the final cue it was replaced with Zimmer's new theme from the Wayne Manor suite.
Oh Man If That cue was used in like a Dog chasing cars and They put that in the Dark knight rises that would have been awesome. (Curses Lorne) lol.
Was the New theme basically "Why do we Fall?" cue from the Dark Knight Rises? "Or Imagine The Fire"
The same basic theme that plays from 4:00 onwards in Imagine the Fire. And yeah, I guess if you're gonna blame Lorne you should blame Hans, too, because doesn't he say what themes to use where?
I know I was kidding...But It is true that every one is so desperate to give lorne so kind of credit on all these scores, but when worse come to worse who do we blame,
I just find that rather amusing Because Everybody says ohh...Lorne did this arranging here, Or Oooh he wrote this...Then you know who gets the works when something goes wrong. see my point.
Oh no, not at all. I'm gonna be honest with you. The Batman Chased cue--and several of the cues, actually--as Lorne arranged it was nothing short of terrible. It sounded synthy, cheap, and lacked the muscle and epicness Alan Mayerson brought to the film version (the film version used good-sounding temp tracks from the previous films rather than the new, awful version of those cues done by Balfe, and the middle portion was heavily edited also).
Also, I think the Assassin's Creed 3 score is uninspiring. So I don't love Balfe and hate Zimmer or something. I just think Balfe deserves more credit than he's given.
The film version was great, though, even if it was music lifted straight out of the previous scores. It fit the scene so well.
Understand, Some of the Stuff on the Motion Picture Soundtrack had some things not Arranged by Balfe and It sounded good, For TDKR I mean. but I think that the ones I'm referring to are done by Zimmer,
Why Do we Fall? Rise. On Thin Ice. Imagine the Fire Gotham's Reckoning Despair.
Hence The Arranged by Zimmer Tracks.
also about Balfe getting credit I think he get's a lot of credit the thing is in the booklet's of the score they basically tell the story and he usually gets a lot of credit from those.
Lorne Balfe wrote the version using that segment as well (he wrote both, cause you know, he was in charge of the goddam scene !) ! Not sure it was recorded though, and it was very brief anyway...
Actually, MacArthur, with the exception of perhaps Gotham's Reckoning (a.k.a. "Prologue", which I always thought to be Zimmer), all the tracks you mention are Balfe. He was essentially just copying and pasting Zimmer music. Rise, for example, is comprised of the following (so it's essentially 100% Zimmer anyway):
--the end of Zimmer's LSI Extraction cue from TDK, slightly altered --Zimmer's "A Dark Knight Suite" (entitled "Orphan" on the TDKR app) --Zimmer's "New Batman Theme" (different "A Dark Knight"--this one being the 16 minute suite on TDK's album) --Zimmer's "A Dark Knight" cue from TDK (the film version copies it exactly from the previously film--the original cue is somewhat different)
So many different things named "A Dark Knight". lol. "Imagine the Fire" was of course arranged by Zimmer, because it's just a suite (part of "Wayne Manor"/"Moody Bruce New Hero Suite"). Then Why Do We Fall? ("Without a Rope") and Despair ("Remember Where You Parked It?/On Thin Ice - Batman Returns on the complete score) are just slight variations on pre-existing Zimmer material.
Hmm, Hybrid, so am I mistaken? Does Zimmer not say what themes to use where? He must give them some sort of roadmap.
i always was under the impression that hans zimmer temped the initial music and his guys worked off that
Ok Thanks Mike, but you know that I wasn't talking about the Complete score right?
and For Rise Being Arranged By Balfe That For one Sounds pretty good(Hence maybe cause it's written by Zimmer)
But are you saying Lorne Arranged the Like A Dog Chasing Cars Cue From The Dark Knight? or are you talking TDKR tracks.
I know you're not talking about the complete score, but the tracks you mention were from the complete score before they were ever on a soundtrack album. ;)
I believe Hybrid was saying that Lorne arranged the "Like a Dog Chasing Cars" theme in TDKR (and then he removed it and came up with "Batman Chased"/"Risen From Darkness" on the album).
Cool Thanks! :)
They Should do the alternate theme for Batman Chased and put that in the complete score. for TDKR or is it in there already?
No, the cue with the Like a Dog Chasing Cars theme was scrapped early on. It's not on the complete score anywhere.
Anyone else notice a slight difference between the "I'm Not a Hero" cue here and the one used in the film? I can't quite describe it, but in the movie when Gordon's kid is calling Batman as he runs off, a certain part of the music is more prominent. In this cue/on the album, that little segment is more in the background compared to the rest. Listen to the cue from here, then watch the scene as the kid goes "Batman! Batman!!!" and you'll hear it.
That's basically the job of a music scoring mixer...
If the director wants THOSE strings much louder than the rest, the mixer has like every tracks of a cue he can play with, and do what's asked.
That explains the huge volume differences when you have a DVD isolated score...
Nice. Guess that also explains the volume shifts in the film version of the very next cue "A Dark Knight" which aren't there in the cue itself (the drum hit when we see Batman in the tunnel was made notably louder in the movie).
Hybrid, two questions I've been meaning to ask you.
1. The "Buyer Beware" cue lists Mel Wesson along with Zimmer. Is this because Mel Wesson arranged that cue, or is his name simply there because Hans used Wesson's Scarecrow motif in the cue? 2. A little while ago you said that Hans still scores to picture, but it's often for stuff he "doesn't get credit for". What kinda stuff would that be?
Thanks in advance. ;)
2. Films he rescores, saving the ass of main composers...
Ahhh. I see. lol.
Is this score available or is this just a bootleg
Just a bootleg, BUT you will be happy to know that 2-disc version (which can also be bought on iTunes) of The Dark Knight soundtrack contains basically the whole score. If you buy that you'll be missing nothing noteworthy.
Oh, and Hybrid, sorry to bother you, but one more question:
Compared to other scores by Zimmer, The Dark Knight has very little work from "additional composers" (as Hans himself admitted indirectly when talking about how he and James were denied nomination for an award). Now, the question is this--does it have so few "ghostwriter" cues because Nolan and co. were content with the music that Zimmer (and Howard) put in the film, and so they decided that having the additional guys tweak a lot was unnecessary, or did Zimmer make some conscious decision to do the Zimmerish parts himself?
You might not know, and if not that's fine, but I figured I'd ask. This score synchs up INCREDIBLY well with the onscreen stuff, which, in my mind, reinforces the idea that Hans really knows how to score to picture well--better than most of his colleagues.
I wonder that as well. Parts of Man of Steel, like the end of "Flight", just scream "Zimmer did this himself" to me, but you can never be sure anymore. I get that Zimmer writes most of the music and then the arrangers go to work, but there really is a different sound between a Zimmer cue and, say, a Lorne Balfe cue or a Geoff Zanelli cue that has Zimmer's music. I can't place the difference, but it's there. I also feel like "Prologue" and "The Slow Knife" from TDKR were Zimmer, but again, I don't know.
Question...How come sometimes there are cues on the album which sound different than in the film, but they're not listed on the complete score page as "alternates"? An example I'm thinking of is the cue "A Dark Knight" just before end credits. In the movie it sounds like the "Aggressive Expansion" album track, while on the album it sounds different, yet there's no "A Dark Knight (Alternate)" listed here. Another example is the "No Stone Unturned" cue in TDKR's track Rise, which sounds different on the album than in the film, but it's not listed as an alternate.
Wow. Hans arranged most of the cues that sound like Hans music. I wonder, if JNH had been involved with TDK, would Hans have arranged more of the "Hansish" cues himself?
Honestly, who cares? Nearly 100% of the film in that movie is COMPLETELY Zimmer's. Let me prove it to you.
--Prologue: cues taken DIRECTLY from Hans' Bane suite, barely altered if at all --Uncrackable Safe: an arrangement of the Selina Suite --Nothing Out There For Me: mostly an arrangement of old cues, mixed with some Selina Kyle music --Hospital Visit: old cues rearranged slightly --For Old Times' Sake: cues directly copied off some of Hans' arrangements in TDK, extended but otherwise unchanged --Blake Visits Wayne Manor: taken DIRECTLY from the Wayne Manor suite, completely unaltered --Risen from Darkness: parts of the Bane theme and Wayne Manor music edited together --Stock Exchange: cues taken directly from the Bane suite, completely unaltered --Batman Chased: the film version is a bunch of temp tracks from the previous movies totally unchanged from the way Hans wrote them, mixed with an edited version of part of Zimmer's Wayne Manor suite and Lorne's Back Up cue --Selina Finds Daggett: a slight alteration of the beginning of LSI Extraction mixed with Hans' Selina theme --Back to Batcave: "Find the Batman" from TDK with parts of the Selina Kyle theme edited in, along with part of the Wayne Manor suite --Handing Over the Reactor: totally unedited from "Put a Smile on That Face", Hans' TDK cue --Do You Feel in Charge?: part of the Bane suite --Miranda Visits Wayne - Take Me to Bane: lifted directly out of the Wayne Manor suite.
I could keep going but I think you get the idea. :P
Okay, but it's still an interesting thing to ponder...Why could he not arrange the cues in TDKR if he could do so here?
I am confused
dont recordings come first and suites second?
No, HZ writes the theme suites before the actual score.
Then it's temped in the film and edited/arranged for it. :)
And as I said, the credits above are not complete... Lorne did a lot more than that... :)
Question seconded, if it isn't too much trouble. :)
I have a feeling that if Hybrid knew, he'd have posted it already. But, of course, I'd love to be proved wrong! :)
Hybrid did say it was more clear-cut than Batman Begins was, though. Even if specific credits can't be given, it's probably fair to say that "action/epic scenes" = Zimmer material, "anything related to Dent or having to do with tragedy" = Howard.
I could do it but it wouldn't be totally accurate. I mean, some cues are taken from Begins (done by JNH) but here done by HZ... :)
And I don't have all credits for Lorne's work, just partial...
But yeah, I'll do it...
Thank you Hybrid
Here we go... :P
Tim posted the credits on page 5 back in January of 2011. Seriously people, do some research. But still a thanks to Hybrid. And while he said it's not entirely accurate, perhaps Tim's is, given it's from ASCAP:
For everybody who's curious about who composed what exacly (like me):
1M00 LOGO Hans Zimmer
1M01 BANK ROBBERY Hans Zimmer
1M02 FIND THE BATMAN Hans Zimmer
1M03 BUYER BEWARE Hans Zimmer
1M04 DIRTY CASH (UNUSED) James Newton Howard
1M05 THE NEW DA James Newton Howard
1M06 HOSTILE WITNESS James Newton Howard
1M07 BANK WARRANTS - LSI HOLDINGS James Newton Howard
2M09 WHO APPOINTED BATMAN? James Newton Howard
2M09 WHO APPOINTED BATMAN? (ALT) James Newton Howard
2M10 MOVE THE MONEY Hans Zimmer
2M11 KILL THE BATMAN Hans Zimmer
2M12 HALFWAY TO HONG KONG (UNUSED) James Newton Howard
2M13 TRIP TO HONG KONG Hans Zimmer
2M14 PUT A SMILE ON THAT FACE Hans Zimmer
2M16 LSI EXTRACTION Hans Zimmer
2M17 MOBSTERS TAKEN TO JUSTICE James Newton Howard
2M18 ARE YOU UP TO IT? James Newton Howard
3M20-21 A HERO WITH A FACE James Newton Howard
3M22 JOKER CRASHES THE PARTY Lorne Balfe
3M23 PANIC ROOM Lorne Balfe
3M24-25 YOU'RE GONNA LOVE ME Hans Zimmer
3M26-27 WATCH THE WORLD BURN Hans Zimmer
3M28 LOUD ENOUGH Hans Zimmer
3M30 SPEECH AMBUSH Hans Zimmer
3M32A DENT TO VAN James Newton Howard
3M32B GORDON IS DEAD Hans Zimmer
4M34-35 RACHEL NEXT James Newton Howard
4M37-38 INTERROGATING SCHIFF James Newton Howard
4M37-38 INTERROGATING SCHIFF (ALT) James Newton Howard
4M39A BLOOD ON MY HANDS James Newton Howard
4M39B THE OUTCAST Lorne Balfe
4M40 I AM THE BATMAN James Newton Howard
4M41 TRUCK CONVOY Hans Zimmer
4M42A POD DEPLOY Hans Zimmer
4M42B BATMAN DOWN Hans Zimmer
4M43 WE GOTCHA James Newton Howard
4M44 GORDON RETURNS HOME James Newton Howard
5M45 YOU COMPLETE ME Hans Zimmer
5M46-47 WIRED Hans Zimmer
5M48-49 HARVEY TWO-FACE James Newton Howard
5M50 THIS IS MY CITY Hans Zimmer
5M51-52A HOSPITAL BOMB SCARE PT 1 Hans Zimmer
5M52B HOSPITAL BOMB SCARE PT 2 Hans Zimmer
6M53 EXPLOSION AFTERMATH Hans Zimmer
6M54A DENT KILLS WERTZ James Newton Howard
6M54B SONAR SYSTEM Hans Zimmer
6M54C UNLUCKY DRIVER James Newton Howard
6M55 THE FERRIES Henry Jackman
6M56 ALWAYS A CATCH Hans Zimmer
6M57 STORMING PRUITT BUILDING Lorne Balfe
7M58 GIVE IT TO ME Henry Jackman
7M59 A LITTLE PUSH Hans Zimmer
7M60A EYE FOR AN EYE James Newton Howard
7M60B DENT DEFEATED Hans Zimmer
7M61 I'M NOT A HERO Hans Zimmer
7M62 A DARK KNIGHT Hans Zimmer
THE JOKER SUITE Hans Zimmer
HARVEY DENT SUITE James Newton Howard
THE DARK KNIGHT SUITE Hans Zimmer
@The Joker: I've known that was there, but I didn't know if it was legitimate.
Another question Hybrid... Have those 5 suites on the 3rd CD ever seen the light of day? I am just wondering. I am intrigued to listen to the New Batman Theme and the 103BPM Action Ice Theme as well. Thanks.
They are all on OST, they just got edited short. And for the Dent one, it was a crime, really. :/
Hans, if you're reading this, I think it's time to put all this out ! :)
I believe it's like this. Correct me, Hybrid, if I'm wrong:
Action Ice Theme = Like a Dog Chasing Cars New Batman Theme(shortened) = A Dark Knight The Joker Suite (shortened) = Why So Serious?
Okay, so that means that in "A Dark Knight" there's three minutes we haven't heard...Do these three minutes appear elsewhere on the OST, or in the film? Basically, what are they?
There's about 1 min of bland ambient, and 2 minutes which are just the origin of "Finding The Batman". First part was kinda useless, and the other already on the score tracks, so I can understand why HZ removed these parts.
This question might have been raised already, but the Harvey Dent Suite is about 4 minutes longer than the album version...are any of those four minutes in the movie?
Why were the comments that Hybrid Soldier removed? They listed which cues were composed by who
Yeah, why ?
hi Mr. charles, hybrid remove this comment and was this: "the tracks from the 3rd. cd the joker suite, harvey dent suite, are hybrid suites created by himself and posted here, as one of the moderators/administrator of the website, taking parts from the ost and this complete score (hybrid this is a bootleg score but now we have to call all these scores unofficial scores or expanded scores because we are hans zimmer almost official website, so we can΄t call bootlegs all these scores). Before these tracks were posted, we saw the joker suite 9:30 minutes, harvey dent suite 6:17 minutes and the dark knight suite 16:14 minutes. These tracks are hybrid creation too, but now that these tracks were leaked and we know the truth, he created new suites themes with new times". This is the same with the transformers 2 and 3 scores. Anyone who counts the tracks that were leaked and count the tracks from this website, will known the difference. And this is true."
Why all these comments were removed?? what happened here?
WTF is going here??? And why this anonymous post that comment?
Wait...why are the suites extended? What cues were combined?
The comments might have been removed for the simple reason that the scores are a collaboration between composers, and that they, or someone, wouldn't necessarily like that such specific info about who did what gets listed... ?!
Ah, I should have taken a look a bit further down I see. The comments on the BB wasn't removed it seems. The reason I suggested was just a guess on my part. My bad then... :)
there are some credits on the page #5, dunno if they are correct...
Joker suite should be 9:27 (full fade out ending, as opposed to the album cut that runs into I'm Not A hero) Harvey dent suite should remain 6:16, same as album, and new batman theme should be 'dark knight suite', 16:15. 103BPM action ice theme is the new batman theme and should remain at 5:02 exactly like the album.
h t t p://herocomplex.latimes.com/2012/02/23/dark-knight-rises-han s-zimmer-defends-chris-nolans-secrecy/
I'm really excited to hear what his new ideas are. I think it's great that he's taken so much time to do this score, it will most likely be epic!
Maybe this is why On Stranger Tides & A Game of Shadows sucked. If he's really putting everything he's got into TDKR, I will put Pirates & Sherlock in the past. I'm hoping he pulls out all the stops this time
Well, in all fairness, On Stranger Tides and A Game of Shadows didn't suck, they just weren't as good as their predecessors. They both had their highs and lows. But anyway, yeah, if he's been working for a year on this already, it better be good. I hope we'll get a long album like TDK
I found this complete score and it is good but The Joker suite ,Harvey Dent suite and The Dark Knight suite you can find it in the 2cd special edition....
01. Logo (0:56) 02. Bank Robbery (5:31) 03. Find the Batman (1:44) 04. Buyer Beware (3:03) 05. Dirty Cash (0:54) 06. The New DA (1:02) 07. Hostile Witness (1:41) 08. Bank Warrants/LSI Holdings (2:37) 09. Who Appointed Batman? (1:15) 10. Move the Money (1:32) 11. Kill the Batman (3:16) 12. Halfway to Hong Kong (1:18) 13. Trip to Hong Kong (1:27) 14. Put a Smile on that Face (4:02) 15. LSI Extraction (3:58) 16. Mobsters Taken to Justice (0:56) 17. Are You Up to It? (1:11) 18. A Hero with a Face (1:23) 19. Joker Crashes the Party (3:01) 20. Panic Room (0:31) 21. You're Gonna Love Me (3:01) 22. Watch the World Burn (3:16) 23. Loud Enough (4:02) 24. Speech Ambush (1:36) 25. Dent to Van (0:49) 26. Gordon is Dead (1:03) 27. Rachel Next (1:01) 28. Interrogating Schiff (2:49) 29. Interrogating Schiff (Alternate) (2:39) 30. Blood on My Hands (1:38) 31. The Outcast (0:58) 32. I am the Batman (3:42) 33. Truck Convoy (1:05)
01. Pod Deploy (0:54) 02. Batman Down (0:49) 03. We Gotcha (1:16) 04. Gordon Returns Home (1:07) 05. You Complete Me (3:38) 06. Wired (8:45) 07. Harvey Two-Face (2:40) 08. This is My City (2:18) 09. Hospital Bomb Scare A (3:38) 10. Hospital Bomb Scare B (3:55) 11. Explosion Aftermath (2:18) 12. Dent Kills Wertz (1:14) 13. Sonar System (3:22) 14. Unlucky Driver (1:18) 15. The Ferries (4:33) 16. Always a Catch (2:41) 17. Storming Pruitt Building (3:49) 18. Give It to Me (3:42) 19. A Little Push (2:17) 20. Eye for an Eye (3:47) 21. Dent Defeated (0:35) 22. I'm Not a Hero (3:44) 23. A Dark Knight (0:31) 24. End Credits (2:13) 25. New Batman Theme (5:02)
WHERE DID YOU FIND THIS OMG DO YOU KNOW WHERE I CAN GET THIS
I'm no Dark Knight fan, but when I compare your track list, Samir Aziz, to the track list that this page is dedicated to, I see no difference.
The only difference I could guess there might be is that, like you said, some of the suites are missing from the list you posted. Tell me: what makes your version different/better?
it's better because pickles
Because i look for this complete score (3cd) and didn't find it but i found the 2cd but and it is real but iam afraid i don't think the 3cd is really exist.
Thats because cd 3 is already out. Its just the suites from the soundtrack.