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LOL! The only thing thatís coming is his brass library which he has been working on for quite some time.Even Snyder himself just tweeted it.<br><br>I bet the score of this version would be way better because Junkie/Zimmer worked on Batman, Man Of Steel and the Wonder Woman theme<br><br>What Elfman did was terrible butchering and ignoring all the themes and tonality of all the previous hero scores.Gal and Ben also announced their support for the Snyder Cut!Something is coming, Junkie XL aka Tom just posted this<br>https://twitter.com/Junkie_XL/status/1196111682398867456<br>#ReleaseTheSnyderCutI want that film version of John's theme. heard in the arcade scene and airport scene at the end of the film.
Nope. They were recreated using film stems.I found a version of this soundtrack online that contained several alternate versions of "No Time For Caution", as well as two additional suites, supposedly titled "Endurance Suite 1" and "Endurance Suite 2". I've listened to both and they both seem legit, but are they a part of this complete score?truly amazing score! zanelli shows here that he mastered the DNA of the pirates music. would love to see him talk about this series, what makes its music so unique & recognizable, etc.<br><br>i think what's happening is that there are far too many characters, each with their own themes, to focus & develop any one in particular. salazar is the exception, in both the movie and the music. his intriguing character is the reason i watched the movie. and his theme kept coming into my head months after the movie.<br><br>but yea there are too many stories being unpacked onto the viewer in just a few hours in the latest pirates. but zanelli did a great job all the same.Balfe is the best composer since Powell from the Zimmer training<br>After hearing what Lorne Balfe did for Mission Impossible it would be great to hear what he would do with the James Bond theme.<br>Ok.
But still it would be awesome if Djawadi is composing The EternalsWell, unless you have a source, or can point to a credible publication reporting Romer is not scoring it, I think it is safe to assume (for now) that the composer announced and still listed on the official website as the composer for the film is in-fact the composer for the film..<br><br>He wouldn't be my personal choice for the job, but I am not going to ignorantly pretend that he isn't currently the hired composer.I was at the concert yesterday in Denmark, words can't describe what i felt, it's something that has to be experienced in person, truly amazing.<br><br>Music is one thing, but the lights and video along the show was awsome, that can't be described, you have to be there.<br><br>I hope for a bluray version of a concert, I will gladly be the first to buy it.Jackman has always been my favorite of his "generation" of RC composers (in which I also include Balfe, Djawadi, ÷rvarsson, Margeson and Streitenfeld - the ones who broke out about a decade ago). I think he's the best orchestral writer other than Powell and I always appreciate the clean, organic sound of his scores - like with Powell's scores, Jackman's orchestra always sounds real and clearly distinct from the electronics, unlike Balfe and Zimmer himself who use samples a lot more and blur things in the middle. That's true even of scores of his I don't like, such as Winter Soldier.<br><br>I do wish he'd stop stripping the electronics off of tracks for his album releases though. That seems like a strange way to address the criticisms he got for Winter Soldier - kind of missing the point.Any plans for a concert in Denmark (Boxen, Herning) ?
I like this score!!!<br><br>Henry is very good in my opinion. I always liked his scores even when others didn't.<br><br>And I'm really excited for Jumanji: The Next Level!!!Neither Romer or Balfe are scoring Bond 25I want to say that test screening version of Ghost in the Shell deleted one geisha character who was under orders of Cutter to follow the Major  and in the original third act, she fought Aramaki when he stormed into Cutter's Holo room after killing his guards. Aramaki survives and the scene continues as shown. Because of the poor reception of what I call "The Philosophical Cut", the geisha character was removed and there were quick reshoots of all of  the conversations between Cutter and Aramaki minus the geisha character involvement.The report about Romer leaving wasn't even confirmed, so I think it's just people wanting the expected to happen at this point.lol no heís not
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Lone Survivor (Complete Score)
Label: Unofficial Release
Length: 79'23
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  1. Prologue (3:43)
  2. Warriors (2:43)
  3. Waking Up (4:49)
  4. Briefing (3:24)
  5. Seal Credo (1:34)
  6. Landing (1:44)
  7. Checkpoints (5:04)
  8. Goat Herders (5:34)
  9. The Decision (4:53)
  10. Set Them Free (5:02)
  11. First Shots (0:53)
  12. Back, Back (1:52)
  13. Rock Hide (4:20)
  14. Murphy's Ridge (5:30)
  15. Troops In Contact (1:02)
  16. 47 Down (2:23)
  17. Axe's Death (1:50)
  18. QRF En Route (2:30)
  19. Hunted (7:08)
  20. Storm Is Coming (1:02)
  21. America Is Texas (1:15)
  22. Letter Received - Taliban Attacks (3:52)
  23. Lone Survivor (3:38)
  24. Seal Credo (Alternate) (1:34)
  25. 47 Down (Alternate) (2:11)
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Bayhem reply Replies: 3 || 2019-04-30 19:09:06
I thought on this one Steve and his team were brought in very late in the game. If I recall correctly, some rock band (why??) was doing the score but Pete Berg wasn't pleased so he called Steve for help. So Steve did most of the music at the end of the movie.

Or......he actually re-wrote the entire score! Who knows......


Anyway, I really have to listen to the entire thing. I don't think they incorporated the music well in the movie......


Hybrid Soldier2019-04-30 22:26:46
They wrote scores in parallel. EITS started writing a score, then Jablonsky wrote his own score as a "back up", the whole 80 min of it, just in case...

Film ends up using both scores, but most of the score in film is EITS. The only Jablonsky cues used are the ones in the OST (so, roughly 20 minutes)...


Bayhem2019-05-01 15:02:58
Thanks for the info, Hybrid. Appreciate it. Good to know how things went down.

Now if only I can get my hands on the full 80-minute Jablonsky music for the movie...Haha!



Michael Baker2019-05-01 18:15:58
What surprised me with this score was how well the Explosions in the Sky and Jablonsky music mixed together. Idk if Steve was intentionally making himself sound like the Explosions in the Sky score, but the final result is really coherent.

Great score. Glad to see it getting some love.

rockhound reply Replies: 0 || 2019-05-01 07:53:38
very interesting that a whole score by jablonsky exists. the music by EITS works very good in the movie, but it was a good idea by peter berg, to use a few hollywood sounding cuse for the more "heroic" parts. both styles work pretty well together.

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2016-07-10 20:27:12
Does anyone have this

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