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The awesome one :D On the other hand, UK is pretty big, so maybe for some people it's a struggle to go to another city if it's pretty far. I did not stop me to go to the neighbour country though (about 600 km). :DWell, you see, Sam... There's a legend about the ''score trading mafia circle'' - people who have that rare (in their eyes) stuff, that everybody would like to have, but they keep it locked tightly like it's their own product, their creation and those complete scores / recording sessions (whatever you name them) float around until someone decides to show enough generosity and ''leak'' it. Sometimes it happens after a year or two... Sometimes it can take 10 years or more... However, only by buying the authentic copy of CD you truly support the composer and all the people involved in the process. Of course, some composers don't care if their music is spread all over the internet, some aren't happy at all. However, that is illegal and everybody silently agrees with it. Yes, sometimes original albums lack ''that one precious cue'' everybody loves, but if we talk quality - we should stick to the original releases. Because anyway - once you get that ''precious track'', it suddenly becomes not that precious anymore. Talking about BvS - I bought a physical copy of the deluxe version and I'm very happy with it, unlike most people. It's just my opinion. But the legend... continues to live on.<br><br>To sum it all up: if you're lucky enough to get the complete score - fine. But please, consider buying the original first. That's the least we can do to support those, who create masterpieces we all love so much.It looks like the haters from the filmmusicreporter forums are using Macejko's name to write insanities...<br>Looking at you, Lindword and BB!I would say that it much rather needs to be completely forgotten, but to each his own.someone needs to leak the complete score
Oh dang I didn't even know that. I hope someone leaks it within the next year or something somehow. And yeah it doesCompl&#232;tement d'accord! C'était absolument fantastique, svp un dvd !!!What kind of dad celebrates his birthday 5 times in 2 months? :o :o :oAs long as we dont have A dvd/blu ray:<br>Look up:<br>setlist.fm/setlist/hans-zimmer/2016/o2-arena-prague-czech-re public-6bf172a2.htmlIs that track on one of the Director's Cuts albums by any chance? At any rate, it's a laughably bald-faced Pirates rip, but kind of fun despite (or because of) that.
Are there any plans for a 2017 tour in UK? The dates for my location conflicted with my Dad's 60th birthday so I was completely gutted that I couldn't go. Hans dominates my playlist on a daily basis!They Were HuntersOkay so when Bruce is in bed and wakes up in his house with a girl at about minute 44 after the dream of the hat attacking him what is the melodic piano that plays when he walks around his house and enjoys the view ?@Mike CoD: Modern Warfare 2 is an example. However that's Lorne. I honestly don't see where he's getting this impression from.zimmer wrote 4 chords, went home and lb actually turned it into music. <br><br>Same story as always. zimmer is a brand, not a composer.
Very cool, wish he'd put it on his website or something, its a great track. Anyway, hearing this just makes me extra excited to hear a Zanelli Pirates score where he's in the driver seat.I agree Mike! Never seen one where one composer's name is a larger font size than the other!Not trying to be unnecessarily argumentative, but I honestly haven't come across album covers like you describe... Sure, if Zimmer's there, his name tends to be first, because, deserved or not, a Zimmer credit will sell titles. But font size is usually the same.It's so neat to see John as the main composer here. Usually, it says on the Albums, HANS ZIMMER (and in very small words) john powell. Not in this case. John Powell is definitely considered the master here(Even though he always is in my mind).Not sure why, but... this didn't sound like a Zimmer tune to me. Too many notes, in a way (not to be confused with Drop Zone). But he's been so into the 2-3 note motifs for the last decade that anything a little longer sounds weird from him.
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Hans ZimmerKlaus BadeltLisa GerrardNick Glennie-Smith
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Mission - Impossible 2 (Complete Score)
Label: Unofficial Release
Length: 117'23
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  1. Hijack (6:02)
  2. Mission Impossible Theme (0:38)
  3. Seville (2:19)
  4. The Safe (2:55)
  5. New Sunrise (0:41)
  6. Spanish Car Race (1:59)
  7. The Kiss (2:40)
  8. Nekhorvich's Message (1:24)
  9. Nyah's True Mission (2:37)
  10. The Bait (3:04)
  11. Ambrose Welcomes Nyah (4:28)
  12. Chimera Myth (1:28)
  13. Finger Cutting (0:50)
  14. Horse Race (7:45)
  15. McCloy Gets Gas (5:44)
  16. McCloy In Hospital (2:59)
  17. Breaking In (3:16)
  18. Killing Virus (3:41)
  19. Ambrose Attacks (2:00)
  20. Shootout (4:51)
  21. Bare Island (6:52)
  22. Hunting Hunt (2:34)
  23. Shooting (3:17)
  24. Escape (8:25)
  25. Beach Fight (4:36)
  26. Ambrose Dies (5:45)
  27. Alone - Buckcherry (3:24)
  28. Nyah Theme (3:34)
  29. Ambrose Theme (2:37)
  30. Love Theme (5:10)
  31. Seville (Alternate) (3:31)
  32. The Bait (Alternate) (3:08)
  33. Escape (Alternate) (3:19)
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El Baradei reply Replies: 9 || 2013-01-06 12:50:05
Yesterday Lorne told me: Injection was composed by Clint Mansell for Requiem for a Dream, and Hans used it for M:i2.


Ds2013-01-06 14:33:35
Wtf?


Hybrid Soldier2013-01-06 15:03:31
Lorne never discusses HZ's work. Certainly not old 10 years old stuff...


martymarin2013-01-06 17:55:46
.. ha ha, bad joke :D


Edmund Meinerts2013-01-06 20:07:14
As Will Smith says in I, Robot...*ATCHOO* - sorry, I'm allergic to bullshit.


Fan from Spain2013-01-08 13:11:31
What??? I can't believe this, I really think Hans composed this amazing score!


atchoo2013-01-08 13:48:05
Will Smith mir gehen?


Edmund Meinerts2013-01-09 12:41:49
I think Injection was a collaboration between Hans Zimmer, Klaus Badelt and Clint Mansell. It was not Clint Mansell alone.


Anonymous2014-05-11 20:32:42
wait....i'm sorry....clint mansell even worked on this score?


Edmund Meinerts2014-05-11 20:47:55
That wasn't me, by the way. Accounts, site!

Anonymous reply Replies: 1 || 2014-04-06 17:45:59
I'm so sorry , thank you :)


RealFfingMusic2014-04-07 07:26:41
You're Welcome! :D

Saruhan reply Replies: 1 || 2014-04-06 17:24:49
How can I download songs ???


Hybrid Soldier2014-04-06 17:49:08
Are you just plain stupid or just doing it on purpose ? I don't know which is the scariest...

Saruhan reply Replies: 2 || 2014-04-06 17:27:22
Where can I buy album??


Anonymous2014-04-06 17:30:10
Uhhh....Amazon? :P


...2014-04-06 17:31:12
Would you stop asking that question, please...

dallas reply Replies: 5 || 2012-10-13 09:46:30
Why is the Buckcherry song on this edition?
And where are the alternative tracks from?


Hybrid Soldier2012-10-13 13:15:30
Because the song is co-written by HZ, it's actually a theme from the score...


dallas2012-10-13 20:42:34
OK and what about the alternative tracks at the end there?


Hybrid Soldier2012-10-13 22:52:49
OST has some different things.

And there was one from an odd promo Klaus Badelt sent probably as an application to score S.W.A.T. 10 years ago...


dallas2012-10-14 06:25:39
Thank you, Soldier. It seems Escape is the last part of Bare Island but Seville is shorter than this list on the OST and The Bait is too. Are those both from the OST?


dallas2012-10-15 20:42:47
Or maybe another fan knows?

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