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would love to help out, but the video/track is blocked :/Think about Gemini Man, the score come out the same day as the movie (in that case, 11th October), and the details come the same week.<br><br>We'll likely get final details towards the end of the week or early next week. I guess I'm just a little surprised that it's taken this long. The movie had surprise screenings either yesterday or the day before, so it seems like everything's pretty final.Sorry, that is the wrong link above (film version)<br><br>This is the track I'm talking about. Does anyone recognize this version.<br><br>https://youtu.be/etkri6OKLpEThere is an expanded score album with the track called "Sniper/Border Post". It is different from the piece used in the film. Does anyone know the true identity of that track. I like the synth sound and the male vocal singing/wailing/crying in this cue.<br><br>https://youtu.be/DbENmej_cH0
But the scores comes out in 1th NovemberThe movie is out this Wednesday in some territories."In the third one he writes the "father and son" theme, it's okay but it's harmonically basic and the melody is UNMEMORABLE"<br><br><br>Aaaaaaaaaaaaand your whole analysis falls flat right there ! :PThanks Edmund.<br><br>@PaulH I am not meaning to say that Balfe cannot compose good music. There are compositions that I like: the Picasso theme is creative and well-written. Just that I find his arrangements of others more compelling usually than his own material.<br><br>An example that is good of this is kung fu panda. His arrangements of themes are really fun and energetic. In the third one he writes the "father and son" theme, it's okay but it's harmonically basic and the melody is unmemorable. Contrast to Hans: the Po theme and Spirit theme are precise, fun, harmonically clever, and memorable. But his score cues sometimes feel lacking: his transitions are clunky, the bridge material is uncreative and basic. <br><br>It must be so much fun to work on those projects together. Coming up with idea and hearing what someone can turn it into, or getting to play with someone's idea without the pressure of starting from scratch.And also, be prepared for more Studio Time for the score
Tom said in his Twitter: 'Details very soon'<br><br>Altough, is only a week awayThe Nils Frahm track was released years agoNo one is mentioning "Says" from Nils Frahm. What a masterpiece of music. Love how it develops and getting so emotional even with that futuristic sound-effect. One of the highlights of this score, with those tracks Cerbei mentioned.Balfe is a great arranger but an even better composer.Beyond Two Souls is still one of the best game soundtracks.<br><br>I must have watched another movie in regards to Balfe filling in the gaps - that makes no sense?The soundtrack released seems not to relate to what was actually used in the film.Balfe “gap” music is featured much more and works brilliantly<br>
Last night I was talking to Lorne, and he told me that in principle there is intention to release the full score.I'd be very interested to hear the supposed Balfe complete score to picture where he apparently sought to elevate it, as someone here put it. The Richter is pitch-perfect and works massively well to picture and, not dissing Balfe at all, his stuff is literally 'additional music' to fill the gaps.Aplusle, that's really well put actually.Don't feel bad. You've just summed up why Hans and Lorne make a good team. Lorne is by all accounts a fantastic arranger and can bring out the best in others' ideas but I sometimes find his own compositions are a bit basic or leave me cold. Hans on the other hand always nails the theme and the concept but his scoring to picture to me feels clunky and a bit amateurish, especially when the music is dense. <br><br>Both super talented in their own ways. :-)Is there anyway o get sheet music for Into the pie machine for orchestra?
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Hans ZimmerNick Glennie-SmithMark MancinaJohn Van Tongeren
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True Romance (Expanded Score)
Label: Unofficial Release
Length: 34'36
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  1. Main Title (2:32)
  2. Marry Me (2:48)
  3. Drive To Drexl's (1:06)
  4. Isn't It Romantic? (1:01)
  5. One Favor (1:13)
  6. Dad Saves The Day (2:04)
  7. Roller Coaster Guitars (1:08)
  8. Bama Gets Beaten (1:45)
  9. Airport (1:33)
  10. Mentor (1:12)
  11. Elevator (2:02)
  12. Cops Barge In (0:57)
  13. Final Confrontation (5:59)
  14. End Scene (1:48)
  15. Main Title (Alternate I) (2:32)
  16. Main Title (Alternate II) (2:32)
  17. Main Title (Alternate III) (2:32)
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mittens reply Replies: 0 || 2018-01-15 19:32:06
Yeah, I guess that makes sense. Thanks for clarification.

Marty reply Replies: 8 || 2016-05-17 11:01:32
5/5 !! I just love Hans! :)


meg2016-05-19 06:06:05
where can I get this expanded OST?


JohnF2017-08-05 22:54:19
Surprised no one has commented here about the fact a label is releasing this score for the first time only on lp. Anyone know if this will get a release on cd??


Hybrid Soldier2017-08-06 00:08:32
Don't you think it's a little fishy that a label is releasing exactly the content of a bootleg with a tracklist I literally made myself 5 years ago, with the exact same cues missing ?

I wonder what's the story behind this... lol


Bondo2017-08-06 01:34:50
Too bad they aren't using my terrible cover lol :P


Yumbo2018-01-13 05:59:01
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/true-romance-original-moti on-picture-score/1310599297


mittens2018-01-15 18:12:39
I'm not an expert on exclusive rights, but I'm pretty sure that you can't just download some expanded score from the internet and publish it and sell it like it's yours. I mean when I got score from Rain Man I was so happy, until I started to play it. The quality was so bad, it was barely listenable. Then I started to search why is that and found out they didn't get the rights and (still) published some barely listenable bootleg of the score they found on the internet. Now this looks like exactly the same case, except that they found the bootleg in good quality. Ridiculous.


Per2018-01-15 18:46:01
As for Perseverance's Rain Man, they did get the rights (as far as I know ... there was some other score there were some rights issues with, but can't remember exactly now ... think it was some John Barry score or something), but no masters was found at the studio (supossedly anyway), but they had gotten the impression that Zimmer himself would help with a master, but when that didn't happen, they decided to go for it with the material they could get a hold of. Wether it was a good choice or not ($ - wise) I don't know, but while they could have gotten all the thousands ! of $ they had spent on it back, they might not have, so... it's not like if you buy something, and then get a refund by sending it back ... a bit more complicated I guess


Per2018-01-15 18:59:36
As a side note, where the source of the material comes from, doesn't matter. Those who release the music license the recorded music, not the mp3/flac files hat circulate (sort of).

And in many cases the material circulating on the internet is from the same (or just as good a) source (certainly for scores from the last 15-20 or so years) as whatever they use as source for the official releases.

And, as mentioned before by Hybrid, while it do look "suspicious" when something that gets an official release is more or less the exact same as what's circulating on the net, in general, I'd rather have the people doing a release, do a good enough reserach, so that they acknowledge (not necessarily by mentioning it in words, or by, in this case, release the exact same content) the unofficial material by including all they can, to more or less make any unofficial versions uninteresting.

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