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Hope at least it is not worse than Elysium, which was a total disasterAnd it's just another 3-4 months away and we'll have another score from him. Yummm...HOLY FUCK YES, I saw this trailer and shit myself at how amazing it was.<br><br>I thought this would be an amazing movie for him to get involved with because it actually has a heart.Absolutely incredible news! Saw the trailer few weeks ago. But this news came out of nowhere. Was Hans attached to this movie from the beginning? There wasn't any news back then.Where is it theeaglesfan005 ?
That's great! Actually when I saw the trailer a few days ago I was just saying to myself that it would be amazing if Hans Zimmer scored this. :-)Hybrid Solider, I suppose I am more of a novice to the whole film music world. I didn't realize that, when a soundtrack is released, it doesn't have all the music that was in the film. <br><br>My question: how much of the full film score appears in the deluxe soundtrack? I see the well-loved "Docking" cue (which I look forward to playing on repeat) will not be released for awhile. Are there other parts of the film score that are not included?Not at all, I don't dislike someone for having a different opinion than me.  Did you ever voice your opinion about not liking MOS and ASM2 on this forum?  If so, I sure hope you were treated a little better that I have been.Oh I didnt mind your last post<br>but the one(s?) before that seemed just like you dont like people liking this score at all<br><br>and to answer the question, I found MOS pretty samey and ASM2 wasnt too standout either<br><br>I like this score and I dont feel like most of it is background music, there are clear multiple themes running through it without getting too loud and in your face at all timeSo when I was just asked to explain what I don't like about it, I should just ingnore that because it doesn't fit in with the general consensus right?  I'll ask you the same thing, is there any HZ score that you don't care for?
@Anonymous, I already explained you why you failed to like it. You are a 15 years old or something? OKAY, WE GET IT. You didn't like it. So go somewhere else. You don't have to type the exact same thing over and over.MEDIGO, Edmund asked me to explain more about what I don't like about the score to add more meaning to the conversation, so that's what I did.  Just curious, has there ever been an HZ score you, or anyone else on this forum did not like and you (gasp) dared to state that opinion here?Like I said your opinion is fine<br>and I dont know if you are the same Anonymous who posted the same opinion twice before (and if you arent, mistaken identity may be the problem)<br><br>But if you are, you dont have to keep bringing it up and disagreeing every time someone says they liked the scare<br>it would get obnoxious pretty fastLike I said your opinion is fine<br>and I dont know if you are the same Anonymous who posted the same opinion twice before (and if you arent, mistaken identity may be the problem)<br><br>But if you are, you dont have to keep bringing it up and disagreeing every time someone says they liked the scare<br>it would get obnoxious pretty fastJOEY and EDMUND, at least you guys are the voices of logic and reason on this forum.  Edmund, I have listened to IS over and over and simply can't get beyond the fact there is too much "ambient" breathy background music.  At least 75% of the score is non thematic ambient music.  The main theme is pretty but a very simple 4 note ascending progression that never materializes into anything more than that (in my opinion).  I also totally agree with your statement that being a "loyal fan" does not mean you have to be a mind-numbed drone who likes everything HZ does.  I happen to like about 90% of his scores, am I not a "loyal fan" then?<br><br>TARS, so what is this a dictatorship here?  Someone who disagrees should "scram"?  Thanks for that valuable insight. <br><br>JAMES, Kill myself? Really?  Chill out dude, it's called an opinion, I deserve to die for that?  Wow, I'm learning a lot about the kinds of people that frequent this forum and it ain't pretty.<br><br>YOUSSEF, how exactly did I get "nailed".  That's funny, I sure don't feel nailed.<br>
Thats cool.  Look forward to it.  Thanks for the news.New project !Anonymous...you got nailed.@Anonymous - you're certainly entitled to your opinion but I think people would take you more seriously if you expanded on it it a bit rather than slinging negatives. Especially unsubstantiated ones - there's way more than just one theme in Interstellar. Explain a bit more why you don't like the score and you'd be adding something meaningful to the discussion, like TARS said.<br><br>@bro - There's a difference between being a "loyal fan" and just blindly liking everything with the Zimmer name on it.<br><br>@James - at this stage I'd rather you kill yourself than Anonymous, but can't we just leave off with the killing entirely?<br><br>@Joey - I don't think there's a such thing as an "objectively beautiful piece of art". If there is, Interstellar certainly isn't it*, because if it was objectively beautiful we wouldn't be having this discussion with Anonymous, would we? ;)<br><br>*I happen to agree with you. I personally enjoy Lone Ranger more (since my taste in scores is more on the "fun" side), but I think Interstellar is Zimmer's most accomplished work probably since Angels & Demons.@Jeff,<br><br>tracks 1-16 are in orderÖ and tracks 17-23 are in order as they appear in the film (minus tracks 17 and 23)<br><br>just the deluxe edition isnít in complete order<br><br>Iím pretty sure itís before they land on Millerís planet<br><br>First Step is the teaser trailer musicÖ the very first trailer for Interstellar that was in front of the hobbit last december<br><br>Message From Home is when they first get the messages before arriving to Saturn
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Sammy 2
Label: Universal Music AZ
Length: 48'14 (Score: 19'18)
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Russel reply Replies: 0 || 2013-09-04 22:04:36
Where can I purchase this?

Macejko reply Replies: 0 || 2013-09-04 21:48:46
Ramin is scoring Ben Stassen's new movie, "The House of Magic".

Macejko reply Replies: 0 || 2013-01-28 23:34:43
It's unbelievable, how epic he can be even in the children's movie.

Ds reply Replies: 0 || 2012-08-16 12:26:20
I found the 1st more charming, but this one's not bad!

Leevi reply Replies: 0 || 2012-08-16 08:51:29
Awesome! Looking forward! Previous is one of my favourites from Ramin!

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2012-08-14 08:45:50
Here we go ! :P

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