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For those of you disappointed in this score...remember...This is Bad Boys 3 lol....Have you heard Bad Boys 1+2? Cmon now...relax and take it for what it isI'd be surprised if we don't see some Wallfisch scores this year. He has been so prolific lately, would be weird to suddenly go an entire year without a single assignment.CD coming from LLL!Really liked this score, and the movie wasn't as bad as people claim as well... Benjamin Wallfisch does some very nice stuff, his horror scores are always on point like It 1 & 2, Annabelle: Creation, A Cure for Wellness...<br><br>I know he's gonna deliver it with Mortal Kombat even if the movie isn't that good. But kind of a bummer that his next scheduled project comes out in 2021 LOL'Cause maybe the expected all the cues from the sessions
I like this music!The #balfeness !!!! Has outdone himself on Bad Boys for Life.<br>A nod to the last but brought it up to date.<br>This and 6 Underground has blown me away with Balfe’s musici can't understand, when someone is saying "it REMINDS of mw2" when those mentioned cues are completely re-used 1:1. it's identical, sometimes layered with mancinas themes. it doesn't just remind you of mw2 when lorne seriously uses the identical tracks or parts from mw2 -_-<br><br>@bayhem: then listen to it. i'm not a fan of lorne, but his work there is real fun and some real good action cues. with the themes of Zimmer, it's crazy that it's just a game. one of or maybe THE best work of lorne!Colleague of mine (a film score fan too) asked me which new Balfe score is better in my opinion - Bad Boys for Life or 6 Underground?<br><br>Honestly - and as much as I praised BB3 - I couldn't decide......<br><br><br>Both movies have a lot of songs, which is something I don't like. Look at Transformers. There are songs too but they don't overshadow the score. The score is still the star and that's why people flood Steve's Twitter with praise. Day after day. <br><br>But sadly for Lorne, his recent work in film WAS indeed overshadowed by the random songs. If they didn't rely on songs so much, I'm sure that 6 Underground would've been the crown jewel for Lorne. It's a big, big movie that begs for equally big and memorable score (though we can't really expect Transformners-syze score). <br><br>At the end of the day, Lorne did good on 6 Underground but it was just a small sign of what COULD have been.....Some of the action bits, yeah......
This right here is my single biggest issue with Balfe as a composer. And with the recording sessions clips he posts it is truly a mystery. Tinfoil hat on I'd say he skimps on the budget and hires those musicians just for a couple hours to shoot those clips for PR and the actual score is all synth but that's a baseless claim of course lol...<br>....................<br><br><br>It's bigger than that.....<br><br>After all, this is a Bruckheimer production. His movies established Hans and the entire MV/RC sound. His movies are known for their awesome scores. Scores that are populrar with the ordinary viewers as well.  But 2008 onward, things changed.....Back in the 90's and early 2000's every single Bruckheimer film had a spectacular score. Powerful, melodic themes, cues that stayed with you, scores that attracted the attention of the average Joe. <br><br>Nowadays tho, we don't have that. Hell, when was the last time a (newer) action score from MV/RC-related composer was praised the way 'The Rock' was praised?<br><br>Lorne's Mission Impossible? No. Not even close. <br><br><br>Personally, I like what Lorne did with BB3, especially with the emotional cues. But put it next to Mancina's work. I mean it's not even a contest. The Mancina score is one memorable, melodic track after another. There's not a single boring track. Every track is a banger. <br><br>But the newer scores? They have two or three tracks that are  good and everything else is.......utterly forgettable.<br><br>I blame it on the lack of themes. Orchestra or not, more scores need to have actual themes.Some cues sound like Speed 2Guess I'm the only person around here who hasn't listened to the Modern Warfare 2 score. So I can't really have an opinion on this matter..... lolThis right here is my single biggest issue with Balfe as a composer. And with the recording sessions clips he posts it is truly a mystery. Tinfoil hat on I'd say he skimps on the budget and hires those musicians just for a couple hours to shoot those clips for PR and the actual score is all synth but that's a baseless claim of course lol...Everyone keep mentionning mw2 but those drums reminded me of...skylanders giants lol! Just listen to the track « Arena battle » and let me know
The clips are on his Facebook page.2/5 stars? Why are people hating on this?Me tooExcited!!!God’s gun theme reminds me of part of “River Mission” from Battlefield 2: Modern Combat OST. I think Lorne was an additional composer on that score aswell (excellent OST btw)
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John PowellPaul MounseyJames McKee SmithDominic Lewis
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How To Train Your Dragon (Complete Score)
Label: Unofficial Release
Length: 79'33
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  1. This Is Berk (6:08)
    John Powell
  2. Did Anybody See That? (1:24)
    John Powell, James McKee Smith
  3. War Room (0:42)
    John Powell
  4. Training - Out There (4:23)
    John Powell, James McKee Smith
  5. Hiccup Comes Home (0:23)
    John Powell
  6. Dragon Training (3:10)
    John Powell
  7. Wounded (1:26)
    John Powell
  8. The Dragon Book (2:24)
    John Powell
  9. Focus, Hiccup! (2:03)
    John Powell, Dominic Lewis
  10. Offering (0:53)
    John Powell, Paul Mounsey
  11. Forbidden Friendship (4:10)
    John Powell, Paul Mounsey
  12. The New Tail (2:48)
    John Powell
  13. Teamwork (0:47)
    John Powell
  14. Charming The Zippleback (0:26)
    John Powell
  15. See You Tomorrow (3:52)
    John Powell
  16. Test Drive (2:37)
    John Powell
  17. Not So Fireproof (1:13)
    John Powell, Dominic Lewis
  18. This Time For Sure (0:46)
    John Powell
  19. Astrid Finds Toothless (0:37)
    John Powell
  20. Astrid Goes For A Spin (0:46)
    John Powell
  21. Romantic Flight (1:54)
    John Powell
  22. Dragon's Den (2:29)
    John Powell, Paul Mounsey
  23. Let's Find Dad (1:11)
    John Powell, Michael John Mollo
  24. Kill Ring - Stop Fight (4:28)
    John Powell
  25. You're Not A Viking (1:34)
    John Powell
  26. Ready The Ships - Confront (5:19)
    John Powell
  27. Relax - Stroke Hell (2:09)
    John Powell
  28. This Isn't Over - Less Okay (6:19)
    John Powell
  29. That Thing Has Wings! (1:18)
    John Powell
  30. Counter Attack (1:52)
    John Powell
  31. Where's Hiccup? (2:52)
    John Powell
  32. Coming Back Around (2:50)
    John Powell
  33. End Credits (2:04)
    John Powell
  34. This Is Berk (Alternate) (1:05)
    John Powell
  35. Wounded (Alternate) (1:26)
    John Powell
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Quantum reply Replies: 1 || 2019-12-08 07:56:44
Michael John Mollo - I've never seen that name before. Has he done any other RCP work?


Edmund Meinerts2019-12-08 20:31:34
He's also credited on one short cue from Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, but other than that, nothing that I know of...

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