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I know that the beginning of the movie is:<br>There He Is<br>(Unreleased cue, opening scene)<br>I'm Spider-Man<br>Cold War<br>No Place Like Home<br><br>And at the end, merged into each other:<br>You're That Spider Guy<br>It's On Again<br><br>Well I don't think he's taking another break...<br><br>It's still the continuity of his 2012 decision to step back... Rio 2 & HTTYD 2 being some kind of parenthesis... If he has a project he cares about, he'll score it... But like I said before, don't expect him to go berserk scoring 7 films a year and saying yes to everything, like in the past... Far from it...Interesting development: filmmusicreporter.com/2014/04/23/john-powell-to-take-break-f rom-film-music-to-compose-concert-music/It's way beyond my ability, because it's really confusing. Like it starts out the movie with a slowed down version of There He Is, then it goes to unreleased cues, I'm Spiderman, and then has like an excerpt of You're That Spider Guy...I think when 'The Rhino'?? is driving the truck in the city, then Gwen's theme picks up (which is like a variation of We're Best Friends and then when Electro or Max Dillon is walking around the city with his blue prints there is excerpts of The Electro Suite (I think?) heard throughout him being on screen. And then when Electro goes to the city and first faces Spider-man, well the My Enemy cue is definitely split up between this part of the movie and when he faces Electro in other scenes in the movie. I think There He Is is when Gwen searches Max Dillon's info at Oscorp..Just my input.So, does anyone know the chronological order of the tracks?
Ha, so, folks: this is what happens when Zimmer fanboys hear a woodwind in one of his scores.You guys really need to listen to more woodwind based scores...Clarinet<br>"Thatís why film music is getting terribly uninteresting. Itís a snake sucking its own cock. Everything sounds like The Dark Knight if it is big and epic. Everything sounds like Bourne Identity if it is small and spy-y." <br><br>Hard to disagree with this one. <br><br>The rest of the interview was also very interesting.Guizmox: Sounds like they also met Jules Verne on the way there... :-) Anyway, it's a fantastic score!
Cheers :)Yeah, it's a really interesting and funny interview. Interviews of him aren't that frequent, so I enjoyed it twice more!Does anybody know the chronological order for the music in the film?  Many thanks!<br><br>Good read! Thanks for the share!I changed my mind about Flight...I used to prefer the album version, with the strings basically muted, but I prefer the film version now, having listened to it more.
The whole opening sequence has great music btw! <br>There are elements of the beginning of "There he is" in it...Big interview with John Powell about his career here:<br><br>empireonline.com/features/john-powell-careerthats exactly what i was thinking!!!Where's the Digital Booklet? It's gone from iTunes. They mentioned before that the digital booklet is 28 page. Now what?Mike, i really don't know. I've seen the movie only once and it's quite difficult to tell. At least all thematic material is well present in the album. Most of the missing cues are just small variations, nothing important, I'd say.<br><br>And yeah, the entire opening scene is missing.
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