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Call me crazy but I really would have been interested to see what Tom's Godzilla would sound like under the direction of someone with good musical taste such as Dougherty.<br><br>Not really a huge fan of Desplat's work but I would definitely kill to hear Douglas Pipes take on this project.@Edmund Hahahahaha..... yeah, I've always heard that too. Even the chopping string section in the background of both pieces is vaguely similar.Zimmer did some additional music on this?Sounds to me like the big dramatic Bach-like theme at the very end of the Kraken. Only a slight similarity though :pWow Edmund, I'm impressed... where do you hear this theme in The Kraken? They sound like completely different pieces of music to me :-D
I'm not upset (I like Junkie, but I LOVE Desplat's), but i HOPE for Desplat or PipesToo bad, but I hope this means Desplat is back.I see, thank you for answer!Sounds excellent . Balfe has really found a unique voice now . I have listened to the YouTube link for the album constantlySo... long story short, it actually looks like Tom will NOT be doing Godzilla after all, according to director Michael Dougherty. Check the director's Twitter account. Even though I enjoy Tom's music, I'm much more excited about the prospect of a Douglas Pipes Godzilla score (or the return of Desplat, tbh).
I asked this before to lorne on Facebook . He said the roles can mean different things . Some composers assistants help with running the office . Some deal with making sure the music works to the latest cut of film . Some arrange<br>And orchestrate also . Means varied tasks .Please!!! Come to Mexico!!! I agree with Leonardo!!!Please could you also come to MEXICO!!! You have a lot of fans in Center and South America!! :)Yeah, just got announced on Film Music Reporter, although the rumor was flying around long before that. Really disappointing for me, since the director Michael Dougherty usually works with Douglas Pipes who is a great, underappreciated composer.It really is too bad HGW isn't scoring Alien. He is one of the best film composers and he scores so few movies these days. A real shame!
Great score.....I have a question and I would love if somebody can answer it - What such an assistant of composer is doing? Is he just making coffee or actually making music? I am really curious, I know that Lorne was assistant too!@Hybrid: Is true Tom go to compose Godzilla: King of the Monsters?nice thanksIt's OK, he got to use it for the Kraken in Dead Man's Chest! ;)
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Hacksaw Ridge
Label: Varese Sarabande
Length: 53'50
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  1. Okinawa Battlefield (3:59)
  2. I Could Have Killed Him (2:20)
  3. A Calling (2:42)
  4. Pretty Corny (1:44)
  5. Climbing For A Kiss (3:47)
  6. Throw Hell At Him (1:58)
  7. Sleep (2:19)
  8. Dorothy Pleads (3:17)
  9. Hacksaw Ridge (4:20)
  10. Japanese Retake The Ridge (4:36)
  11. I Can't Hear You (2:54)
  12. One Man At A Time (2:30)
  13. Rescue Continues (3:46)
  14. A Miraculous Return (2:50)
  15. Praying (5:49)
  16. Historical Footage (4:59)
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Paul reply Replies: 3 || 2017-02-13 13:12:41
Does anybody knows if there is a complete score, did it leak anywhere?????


Everan2017-04-16 02:08:44
I saw one around, you just have to look for it.


peter2017-04-16 16:34:37
Here you have playlist of Complete Score. You are all welcome :)

01. He Hates Himself (1:05)
02. To Basic Training (0:54)
03. Pretty Corny (1:47)
04. A Calling And A Lovely Girl (2:16)
05. I Could Have Killed Him (2:21)
06. Dorothy Waits/Desmond's Rage (1:12)
07. Throw Hell At Him (1:58)
08. Okinawa Battlefield/Childhood (3:46)
09. A Night Together (0:56)
10. I Sleep Pretty Hard (2:22)
11. Climbing For A Kiss (3:59)
12. Charges Withdrawn/Small Victory (1:17)
13. Court Martial (1:53)
14. I Killed Him In My Heart (1:04)
15. Dug In For The Night (0:26)
16. Okinawa Battlefield/Childhood v2 (4:07)
17. Kill Joy Is Here (1:30)
18. Playing Dead (Part 1) (2:36)
19. Hacksaw Ridge (4:21)
20. Dorothy Pleads (3:20)
21. Into The Rat Hole (2:41)
22. Smitty is Gone/I Can't Hear You (2:54)
23. Morning Patrol/Hollywood (1:13)
24. Sniper / Rescuing Howe (1:17)
25. A Miraculous Return (1:51)
26. One Man at a Time (3:42)
27. Rescue Continues/I Thought I was Blind (3:45)
28. Rescuing Howe (2:48)
29. End Title 2 (0:49)
30. Japanese Retake the Ridge (4:49)
31. End Title 1 (3:13)
32. End Title 3 (1:11)
33. End Title 4 (1:35)
34. End Title (2:25)
35. Historical Footage (4:47)
36. Praying/Let's Go To Work (5:49)

Playtime: 1:27:58


Felix2017-04-16 17:24:29
Here are the Sessions:

01 - 1M1 Okinawa Battlefield/Childhood
02 - 1M2 I Could Have Killed Him
03 - 1M4 He Hates Himself
04 - 1M6 A Calling & A Lovely Girl
05 - 1M7 Pretty Corny
06 - 2M9 Climbing for A Kiss
07 - 2M11 To Basic Training
08 - 3M12 Throw Hell At Him
09 - 3M14 I Sleep Pretty Hard
10 - 3M15 Dorothy Waits/Desmond's Rage
11 - 3M16 Dorothy Pleads
12 - 4M17 Court Martial
13 - 4M18 Charges Withdrawn/Small Victory
14 - 4M19 A Night Together
15 - 4M21 Kill Joy is Here
16 - 5M23 Hacksaw Ridge
17 - 6M25 Dug in for the Night
18 - 6M26 I Killed Him in My Heart
19 - 6M27 Japanese Retake the Ridge
20 - 6M28 Smitty is Gone/I Can't Hear You
21 - 6M29 One Man At A Time
22 - 6M30 Playing Dead
23 - 7M31 Into the Rat Hole
24 - 7M32 Rescue Continues/I Thought I Was Blind
25 - 7M33 Morning Patrol/Hollywood
26 - 7M34A Sniper
27 - 7M34B Rescuing Howe
28 - 7M35 A Miraculous Return
29 - 8M36 Praying/Let's Go to Work
30 - 8M38 Historical Footage
31 - 8M39 End Title #1
32 - 8M40 End Title #2
33 - 8M41 End Title #3
34 - 8M42 End Title #4
35 - 1M1alt Okinawa Battlefield/Childhood

kitaro1366 reply Replies: 0 || 2017-04-15 06:29:52
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David reply Replies: 2 || 2017-02-09 20:25:16
When will the complete score be added with composer info? That would be nice :)


Hybrid Soldier2017-02-09 23:40:25
No cuesheet info, it's empty !


Dudu2017-02-10 07:54:33
Yeah, and I saw that no additional music composer is credited in the booklet either, only thanks...do you know why Hybrid? Maybe contract issues?

Jack Afrogarrix reply Replies: 0 || 2017-01-05 20:50:06
Rupert Gregson-Williams makes a Great score for this movie.

This Score Is Like other War Films Like 13 Hours Music By Lorne Balfe &
Lone Survivor By Explosions In The Sky & Steve Jablonsky

Scorefan reply Replies: 1 || 2016-10-05 00:42:46
Very good suite, very doog job from Rupert. The beginning of the suite sounds like Kingdom of heavne from his brtoher Harry.


psycosid072016-11-30 02:25:31
Yeah, you're right. Debney's complete score was rejected and replaced by Rupert Gregson-Williams for the final cut.

mpolonest123 reply Replies: 0 || 2016-11-12 22:02:11
Just saw the film, definitely one of my top Oscar contenders for this year. Great direction, acting, cinematography, etc.

As for the score, Rupert hit it out of the ballpark. The first half reminded me of a bluegrass "Winters Tale" while the second definitely had that modern action scoring we are all accustomed with. Only major complaint is some of the dissonant sections during the war scenes but, given the context, it's understandable.

(And 2:00 in Climbing for a Kiss, holy shit that's beautiful)

Jack Afrogarrix reply Replies: 1 || 2016-11-09 15:44:41
Rupert Gregson-Williams:Composer
Anthony Clarke:Additional Music
Evan Jolly:Additional Music
Steve Mazzaro:Additional Music
Cliff Masterson:Conductor
Mel Gibson:Director

Rupert Gregson-Williams Has Done An Great And Awsome Score Again Hacksaw Ridge I Can Wait To See This Movie


Edmund Meinerts2016-11-10 23:57:19
What's the point of the first part of your post? Most of that information is up there already. Also, Watch Your Capitals.

Ds reply Replies: 0 || 2016-11-09 22:22:56
That is a hell of a beautiful movie. Very powerful, very emotional, and intense as hell. Actors performances are unbelievably good as well. Needless to say, Rupert's score plays a big role in the movie, especially towards the end. A job nicely done by all involved, I sure hope to see this movie at least nominated for the Oscars.

Morgan Joylighter reply Replies: 3 || 2016-11-04 08:13:57
Best war movie...possibly best war movie score of all time...

I just saw this in the cinema last night and I was totally blown away by both movie and score. Rupert has really re-invented himself this year and it seems like Mel Gibson has too.


will2016-11-08 09:32:08
best war movie score of all time? while i really enjoy ruperts work, but wow that is a bit too much don't you think? :D


Brent2016-11-08 10:27:25
"Best war score of all time" may be a stretch, but I really do quite like this. I'm SO SO happy with what Rupert has produced this year. Portions of Tarzan are good, this score (and film) are amazing and The Crown is absolutely sublime. Can't wait for Wonder Woman!


Saurabh2016-11-08 17:38:56
I won't say Rupert has reinvented himself. His sound is more closely associated with the 90s RCP sound. While Tarzan seemed pedestrian for me, Hacksaw Ridge has a great blend of that power anthem sound and some good themes.

Edmund Meinerts reply Replies: 0 || 2016-11-07 19:23:30
Wow, the main theme as heard in the first two tracks is reeeeeeally similar to his brother's "Burning the Past" from Kingdom of Heaven. Did Mel phone up the wrong Gregson-Williams? :P

I mostly like the score, but it's interesting that you can basically divide it into three parts: first pretty but very low-key drama writing kind of a la Winter's Tale (it's been compared to Thomas Newman and James Horner but that's a big stretch IMO), then modern themeless drum-heavy RC action and suspense music of the kind I don't like so much ("Japanese Retake the Ridge" could easily be from a Junkie XL score, which is not a compliment), and finally some good old thematic power-anthem-type emotional action scoring of the kind I do like very much. The first part isn't especially memorable and I could do without the middle part entirely, but otherwise I really enjoy this. It has a narrative and is definitely a step up from Tarzan, although I still personally prefer RGW's lighter efforts like Bee Movie and Bedtime Stories.

Crisp Rat reply Replies: 0 || 2016-11-05 06:03:02
Rupert really blew me away with this one! I was not expecting this gem of a score at all, especially in light of some his recent scores. I've been thinking a lot about this score, and what makes it so memorable. What sets this apart from his other scores, or really any other film score out there? And I believe the answer is this: strong, memorable themes, displayed in a way that really allows the music to move you. Because if music fails to move you, then what is it's purpose in any kind of media? Memorable emotions create memorable scores. And that, I think, is why scores like Inferno or BvS fall flat compared to the old Zimmer. Screechy sound design will never create an emotional response.
Check out this video that I found to be interesting and insightful:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vfqkvwW2fs

Cyberpunk88 reply Replies: 0 || 2016-11-04 12:40:40
So apparently Rupert is also going to score Wonder Woman, while still using Zimmer's WW theme from BvS. Can't wait!

Frank reply Replies: 0 || 2016-11-04 10:01:35
This score is easily the best score of Rupert's whole career thus far and he finished it with less than a month. I hope he can maintain such level for Wonder Woman.

Everan reply Replies: 0 || 2016-10-27 22:24:56
https:// www.youtube.com/watch? v=XLogL29fQWU

A visual soundtrack with some new music samples!

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 8 || 2016-10-01 15:56:43
Added a suite, it sounds pretty damn good !


isildur2016-10-01 18:22:17
It really does. Film has really amazing reviews. So, along with the film it seems there is a chance for a nomination for the score too. Just like they nominated Henry's score for Capt. Philips (which by the way wasn't that good a score)


Dragonseeker2016-10-01 19:52:03
Captain Phillips nomination was a joke. But this sounds better in every way.


MrZimmerFan2016-10-01 21:33:38
There is no nomination for Jackman's Cap Phillips in the Oscars


MrZimmerFan2016-10-01 21:34:05
Well, in the Baftas ;)


Everan2016-10-02 07:04:32
I hope this gets nominated


Phil2016-10-02 08:34:39
sounds amazing


Paul2016-10-02 13:19:09
Wich tracks did you use??? It sounds epic and emotional... Can't wait


Mcbain2016-10-04 11:44:44
The part @3:08 is just grand. Thanks for the update, Hybrid ;-)

... reply Replies: 9 || 2016-09-23 23:01:56
Wasn't John Debney scoring this?


Hybrid Soldier2016-09-23 23:03:30
Yes and he was kicked out !


Ds2016-09-23 23:29:30
Do you have more info on that, Hybrid? Like, was it Mel? Or the studio?


Brent2016-09-24 01:18:08
Part of me wishes it was still Debney as his previous effort with Mel resulted in one of the best scores I've heard, but I'm excited to hear what Rupert does here.


mpolonest1232016-09-24 01:25:12
Outside of Winter's Tale (which is severely underrated imo) nothing RGW has scored has stood out to me. I would've loved to see someone like Lorne Balfe take this type of project on.

Still, fingers crossed for Rupert to deliver something good. :-)


Edmund Meinerts2016-09-24 13:33:58
mpolonest123, you should check out Bedtime Stories and Bee Movie (the latter admittedly with a bit of behind-the-curtain help from Hans himself). Both are really fun scores, albeit a lot lighter than what this movie calls for. RGW is quite talented, actually, a lot better than what the fairly bland Tarzan would have you believe.


mpolonest1232016-09-24 14:59:47
I'll definitely take a listen to both of those. I had heard Bee Movie a few years back but it never stuck with me. Maybe it's time to revisit it :-)


Paul2016-09-24 18:51:59
Wow... Varese Sarabande still suck at artworks. Especially fonts... Ugh...

I'm fine with Rupert scoring this one, but I have the same question as Ds - why Debney was 'kicked out'?


Meta2016-09-25 03:39:17
Maybe the whole "Mel is an Anti-Semite" flared up...Who knows. I thought those two were tight after Passion of the Christ.


Hybrid Soldier2016-09-25 11:15:59
I have no idea why Debney was debarked...

Maybe he even left himself, who knows ! Actually I don't care lol...

Dimitris Krommidas reply Replies: 0 || 2016-09-23 21:48:01
Great!

Ds reply Replies: 1 || 2016-09-23 20:45:24
I really can't wait for that one!!! :-)


Macejko2016-09-23 20:50:48
Tarzan was pretty boring, not expecting much.

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