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Who do you guys think wrote the villain's tune, as heard in the opening track (1:43-end), and "Save Kung Fu" (2:31:2-41), Fireworks Factory (4:44-5:24), etc? Zimmer or Powell?Thank you for the reply.I doubt so...Mr.Hybrid Soldier, can you tell us if there is going to be an album for this score?<br>Or a release of any kind?<br>Thank you.Just found it!!!
I have to agree. When I listened to the Jurassic World soundtrack, I had to listen to it twice before the new themes could sink in. Here, I've listened to it five times since and I haven't taken a single note to memory that hasn't already been used previously. This score is just too generic. There's nothing that stands out at all, aside from pieces that are direct quotations of Brad Fiedel's work (the first section of "Griffith Park", or the whole of "Terminated").<br><br>THis is going to sound rather strange, but I don't think it's helped by the fact that the score isn't synthetic enough. T3's score wasn't synthetic at all. Elfman was on the right tracks, while Balfe's score is on a different track, but headed in the same direction. It's just not there.<br><br>I'm hoping that when the sessions leak, the listening experience will improve.Great score.I was so impressed by the score initially (huge fan of the 90s synth scores from Hans (DOT, PH, RH, TR and esp PONR)....i love the analog string and saw wave sounds.  This score FIT THE MOVIE PERFECTLY!  I would love an expanded or complete score.  One of my fav themes not on the CD is when the punks beat up Chappie, then it shows him on the railroad tracks disoriented, then walking up a hill over the city.  It plays another time or two.  The chord progression is superb!  Thankfully, I recorded it from the end credits.  One of my fav Hans & Co scores!Incorrect.  And if you don't hear his influence in Track #5, you are really missing something.<br>The problem is with this score, it sounds like it belongs more so in a Transformers film than in a Terminator one. <br><br>It's not terrible by any means but it's far from the amazing listening experience it should have been. And is terribly generic (although I doubt the film is any good to begin with). The best parts are Balfe quoting Fiedel obviously
Totally agree. <br>Once again when it's not about Ramin, I totally agree!!BaBaBaa...BaBaBana..BaBaBaa..BaBaBana...<br><br>Can't wait for another Minion Score :Dit was great.Lorne's Terminator isn't a bad listening experience, not by a longshot. It's a work of a professional and has a lot going for it in many cues. But... it's also mostly generic as all hell. It could basically belong to any action-oriented movie of the past 15 years. I'll surely listen to it some more, but after 2 and a half listening sessions I can say that "Beyond: Two Souls" stays unconquered.
Maybe I will... one day......Three years later and Hybrid still hasn't created it. ;pfunny that hans's part is the weakest part of the score<br>Lieber Hans fühlen sich die übernatürliche, wenn ich höre ihre Instrumentalmusik Chevaliers de Sangreal weiß nicht, ob Sie an Gott, aber für mich ... ein aufgeklärter Mann Gottes bist du.Surprised it's not "You're So Cool" from True Romance for a change
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