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No no, it's just a fake rumor. I was just responding to that MusoPT guy who made it sound like it's totally inconceivable that Balfe could ever be replaced.Wait!<br>So has Balfe been replaced due to having other projects?<br>I thought it had been completed?Why was there the change of composers?...wouldn't being really busy be an argument *for* him possibly being replaced? When you're signed on to 10 movies and release schedules are being constantly pushed around because nobody has a clue when theaters are going to open again, you shouldn't be surprised if eventually you might run into some conflicts.Jackman is not replacing Balfe! <br>Balfe is the most busiest composer at the moment so he isnít going to get replaced last minute!!!!!
Thank you for your replies. On IMDB she is listed.Alright, after re-listening to the score, I've made a few educated guesses of what the additional composers did, based on what we know about the score and their previous work. Note that none of this is confirmed by Hybrid, just my opinion.<br><br>Lorne Balfe: Seems to practically be a co-composer here. I hear a lot of him in this score. It seems he did Invasion (as he's known for contributing trailer music to films he works on) seemingly the suites "Brooding", "Deciphering the Signal", "Battle", and the one we know he cowrote, "Journey Suite". Based on this here's my guess as to what he contributed. <br><br>Soccent Attack - Sounds like his style, probably him arranging AllSpark and Decepticon material. <br><br>Keller's Briefing - Arrangement of "Deciphering the Signal"<br><br>Deciphering the Signal - Obviously another arrangement of "Deciphering the Signal" with Batman Begins-like action at the end.<br><br>Sam's Pink Bike Ride (Part 2) - Sounds like an arrangement of "Brooding" material. <br><br>(Possibly?) Are You LadiesMan217? - Some arrangement of "Brooding" and "Journey Suite" material, although hard to say whether the theme at 1:10 is Steve's or Lorne's. Could be Steve arranging Lorne material, as it sounds more Jablonsky-esque to me. <br><br>Autobots to the Rescue - Could be Steve imitating Batman Begins style, but sounds far too Lorne for me to not consider it a co-written track. <br><br>Sector 7 Chase - Part 1 sounds more Jablonsky than Lorne, but there's no question to me that part 2 has a lot of Balfe in there. <br><br>Where Is My Car? - Batman Begins-like again, probably Lorne solo, or Lorne and Steve<br><br>Decepticons Mobilize (Part 2) - Arrangement of "Brooding"<br><br>Freeway Fight - Battle version of Decepticon theme from "Brooding"<br><br>Stumble Bumble (Part 1) & (Part 2 Alternate) - Arrangement of "Journey Suite", second part not used in the film sounds like Steve & Lorne Combo to me. Film version of part 2 sounds pure Steve to me. <br><br>You're A Soldier Now (Parts 1 & 3) - Lorne being heavily involved in the final battle is known, and Parts 1 and 3 have arrangements of Lorne material. I'm also fairly certain that Lorne wrote the Optimus vs Megatron theme from Part 3 and "Optimus vs Megatron".<br><br>Optimus vs Megatron - Finale of theme introduced in "You're A Soldier Now (Part 3)" as well as the "Journey / AllSpark" theme which could be Lorne's or Steve's. <br><br>Trevor Morris: I can infer from his work on Pirates 2, The Island, and the one track we know he worked on. <br><br>Soldiers Arrive - Not sure why, but I've always assumed this military theme was Morris'.<br><br>Arctic 1897 - Dark theme that reminds me a lot of his work from Pirates 2. <br><br>Scorponok - Known fact that he co-wrote this. <br><br>Hoover Dam - Arrangement of military theme<br><br>Transforming -  Same theme from Arctic 1897<br><br>Sam on the Roof (Part 2) - Arrangement of theme from Scorponok, though could be Steve or Lorne arranging it.<br><br>Optimus vs Megatron - A slight hint to the Military theme when they begin attacking Blackout, and Scorponok theme reprisal, once again could be Steve or Lorne arranging these themes. <br><br>Creeper Suite / A Call to Arms (Unused) - Original music for Optimus' Epilogue, contains arrangement of military theme. <br><br>Jay Flood: Can be inferred from his work on Transformers: The Game, his overall more orchestral writing, and his contributions to Nightmare on Elm Street, Sims 3, and Desperate Housewives. <br><br>Camaro on the Run - Definitely has a TF: The Game sound to it overall. As well as a bit of Thomas Newman-esque music. <br><br>Witwicky (Parts 1-3) - Definitely some of his style here along with Steve's overall Desperate Housewives-esque music. <br><br>Decepticons 2 Suite / Frenzy - The suspenseful strings make me think of Flood's Nightmare on Elm Street work, and the brass writing seems more characteristic of him than Jablonsky to me, though it was still probably a co-written suite. <br><br>Tense Action Suite - Once again reminds me of Flood's Nightmare suspenseful string writing, probably at least co-composed with Jablonsky. <br><br>Clay Duncan - I can guess somewhat based on his contributions to "The Island" but otherwise I don't know much about him so I'm not sure about any of the inferences I'm about the make. <br><br>Angry Camaro - This sort of drone music sounds like it could be him as his contributions were very electronic in The Island.<br><br>Bumblebee vs Barricade - Strange electronics and sounds plus more minimalist writing make me think Duncan. <br><br>Tow Truck Charge - Definitely has The Island's sound. Could be Trevor Morris too. <br><br>TJ Lindgreen: I know so little about his style except he works with Elfman and did additional music for TF: The Game so not much I can say for what he did. <br><br>Belly Shot(?) - The ethereal choir style sounds somewhat like TF: The Game's score and Elfman's choir. <br><br>Not to Hear That(?) - Maybe he composed this motif for Mikaela that also appeared in "Belly Shot". <br><br>Surreal Mikaela(?) - Once again I'm hoping the specific choir sound is part of his style. <br><br>Anything I didn't mention is a track I'm assuming is all Jablonsky. Please note that I'm not trying to take away from Steve's work on this score, and that for most of these track I'm assuming Steve had some involvement in as well, I'm just speculating for fun because I've always wanted to know who did what on this score.LP sadly, but it's also on Spotify.Technical reasons ! lol ;)<br><br>But she was there.Most welcome news. Should be a nice replacement for the Fantastic Beasts score that will have to have been pushed off. I imagine his work on Jungle Cruise will be great as well. 2021 is looking pretty exciting for score releases!
She definitely performed on the score, I don't know why she is uncredited...The poster shows Lorne Balfe as the composer.<br><br>But then it also did have Desplat!So no solo cello by Tina Guo? Is it digital then or is it no cello?CD or LP release?Why is Lorne Balfe not nominated for a Grammy for Ad Astra ?
To my understanding, James never worked for Hans or Remote Control. Theyíre simply friends and have collaborated on a few projects. Powell (and Gregson-Williams) used to work at Remote Control before moving on to his own studio/endeavors. <br><br>BUT, I am equally as excited for James to return to Disney Animation. Very excited for this and Jungle Cruise.I guess James Newton Howard doesn't count as a Remote Control composer anymore (and yet John Powell does? I don't get it), but anyway, he's scoring Disney Animation Studios' Raya and the Last Dragon. After his epic trilogy of Dinosaur, Atlantis, and Treasure Planet, I welcome his return to the studio!Some original cue titles with slates from a music mixing CD-R:<br>1M13 Transactions<br><br>2M16 Jake Gets Stoned<br>2M20A Alley<br>2M21 Rapists Castration<br><br>3M24 My Old Division<br>3M27 Go Fetch Dog<br>3M30 The Freeway<br>3M32 Alonzo Steals Money<br>3M33 Into The Jungle<br><br>4M41 Safety Is First / Busting Into Rogers<br><br>5M46 Helicopter<br>5M48 Sunset / Wet Streets<br>5M51 Jake Gets Beaten<br>5M52 Smiley Calls His Cousin<br><br>6M57 On The Roof<br>6M58 Jake Lands On Car<br><br>7M61 Alonzo Dies<br>7M63 Sun ShotMovie credits:<br><br>Music by Hans Zimmer & David Fleming<br><br>Music Supervisor: Joe Rudge<br><br>Score Produced by Hans Zimmer<br>Supervising Music Editor: Ryan Rubin<br>Music Editor: Nate Underkuffler<br>Music Production Services: Steven Kofsky<br>Additional Music by Ben Powell<br>Featured Guitar Soloist: Derek Trucks<br>Score Mixed by Seth Waldmann<br>Score Mix Assistant: Aldo Arechar<br>Technical Score Engineer: Chuck Choi<br>Technical Assistants: James Grimwade, Aldo Arechar, Steven Doar & Fabio Marks<br>Synth Programming: Hans Zimmer<br>Digital Instrument Design: Mark Wherry<br>Digital Instrument Preparation: Taurees Habib, Raul Vega, David Naroth & Paul Salerno<br>Studio Manager for Remote Control Productions: Shalini Singh<br>Assistant to Hans Zimmer: Cynthia Park<br>Score Mixed at Remote Control Productions, Santa Monica CA<br>Music Clearances: Jessica Dolingerthats true
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  1. South Pacific (0:35)
    Henry Jackman, Stephen Hilton
  2. The Beach (1:27)
    Henry Jackman, Stephen Hilton, Jack Dolman
  3. Project Monarch (2:02)
    Henry Jackman, Stephen Hilton
  4. Packard's Blues (1:14)
    Henry Jackman, Alex Belcher
  5. Assembling The Team (1:48)
    Henry Jackman, Halli Cauthery
  6. Into The Storm (2:44)
    Henry Jackman, Alex Belcher, Stephen Hilton
  7. The Island (1:16)
    Henry Jackman
  8. Kong The Destroyer (3:43)
    Henry Jackman, Stephen Hilton
  9. Monsters Exist (2:27)
    Henry Jackman, Stephen Hilton
  10. Spider Attack (1:39)
    Henry Jackman, Alex Belcher, Stephen Hilton
  11. Dominant Species (2:00)
    Henry Jackman, Halli Cauthery, Alex Belcher
  12. The Temple (5:47)
    Henry Jackman, Stephen Hilton
  13. Grey Fox (2:33)
    Henry Jackman, Halli Cauthery
  14. Kong The Protector (1:49)
    Henry Jackman, Halli Cauthery
  15. Marlow's Farewell (2:37)
    Henry Jackman, Halli Cauthery, Stephen Hilton
  16. Lost (1:27)
    Henry Jackman, Alex Belcher, Stephen Hilton
  17. The Boneyard (1:52)
    Henry Jackman, Alex Belcher, Stephen Hilton
  18. Ambushed (2:21)
    Henry Jackman, Francesco Lupica
  19. The Heart Of Kong (2:11)
    Henry Jackman, Halli Cauthery, Stephen Hilton
  20. Man Vs. Beast (2:31)
    Henry Jackman, Alex Belcher, Stephen Hilton
  21. Creature From The Deep (2:44)
    Henry Jackman, Halli Cauthery, Stephen Hilton
  22. The Battle Of Skull Island (5:46)
    Henry Jackman, Stephen Hilton
  23. King Kong (2:42)
    Henry Jackman, Halli Cauthery
  24. Monster Mash (Bonus Track) (1:27)
    Henry Jackman, Halli Cauthery
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scarecrow9 reply Replies: 22 || 2020-04-16 15:18:39
So with Godzilla vs. Kong still slated for November release who do you guys think will compose the score, loved every MonsterVerse score yet.

So I was wondering who do you guys think will compose Godzilla vs Kong?

I would like to see Junkie XL for this movie. ;-)


mpolonest123 2020-04-16 16:13:40
After KoTM Iím definitely game for Bear McCreary to return. Easily one of the best scores of 2019. Not a big fan of either Desplatís or Jackmanís scores personally.

If it had to be someone new I would pick Holkenborg.


MrZimmerFan2020-04-16 17:28:09
I would disagree in that concept, every Monsterverse movie has a different tone and each movie/score works tremendously well.

Even McCreary's arragements for Ifukube's themes (terrific) or the most aggressive and chaotic Goldmisthian/Williams/Goldenthal-esque (with touches of Beltrami and JNH) in G14's score or the percussive-massive in Kong.

I would mind if Desplat return or McCreary, even Jackman. But for dreaming speaking... Alan Silvestri :D


mpolonest123 2020-04-16 17:46:33
@MrZimmerFan

Like I said, itís more of personal taste for me. I found Desplatís score fairly forgettable, the most memorable piece in that movie is the tracked Ligeti stuff for the HALO scene. Jackmanís score for Kong has some good moments throughout, but like most Jackman scores I find it pretty bland. It doesnít help that I really dislike that film too (Peter Jackson made the definitive Kong imo, with one of JNHís greatest scores).

Silvestri would be a solid choice, if only because he still has the chops to write great action material.


Edmund Meinerts2020-04-16 20:05:14
In a dream world, Don Davis.

In a realistic one, I say let McCreary continue for now. His KotM was one of last year's best scores and I'd love to hear him make the Ifukube Godzilla theme duke it out with Max Steiner's one for King Kong. Which reminds me, we don't actually need a Silvestri score for that movie because we've basically heard it already - both those themes pop up in Ready Player One :p


mpolonest123 2020-04-16 23:43:00
@Edmund Meinerts

LOL, I honestly forgot about that score but yes, RPO already covered both themes for Silvestri.

And Don Davis would be an excellent choice. His action material for The Matrix/JP3 is some of the best in the industry. Itís a real crime he isnít still working as much (same for David Arnold).


Macejko2020-04-17 10:10:57
I wholeheartedly agree. McCrearyís score was spectacular and Iíd love him to return.


Miralsice2020-04-17 14:09:24
I was disappointed in lack of thematic connection between movies and there is small chances that they will return at least Jackman's Monarch and Kong motifs, reuse of Desplat material even less.


Miralsice2020-04-17 14:11:28
@Edmund Meinerts Really good choice, Davis is a great variant for monster moive. In addition it would be joy for me if Christopher Young get involved in this crossover, his style (not only horror, but also an action) is perfectly fit for clash between giant monsters.


MrZimmerFan2020-04-17 18:58:48
Nobody apparently knows in the Godzilla's franchise, not always use Ifukube's theme.

Kow Otani creates a terrific theme for the character and works awesome (also one of the best Godzilla movies, GMK) even Michiru Oshima (who semingly inspire Desplat for his theme) create a furious and well crafted theme. Also the dark and atmospheric theme by Reijiro Koroku in 1984's Gojira, good stuff.

Even King Kong, John Barry and John Scott make very good themes for his respective movies, even this one are no very good, JNH with his masterfully score and also Jackman with his more tragic theme for the character.

Every director gave his directions of the composers, also this is not like Marvel or DC, there is more important connections because the characters are constantly in there, in the Monsterverse is different, and different approachs in the three movies (also, Toho have the rights for the music, and in older Godzilla movies use stock music, specialy the Godzilla's March, not even recomponse since the Heisei Era, until with RPO and KOTM), and works really good in the movies: the atmospheric, chaotic action by Desplat in G14, the agressive action packed wonder by Jackman on Kong (also the nice nods to Alan Silvestri action music in tracks like Ambushed or Man vs. Beast) or the most epic greatness by McCreary in KOTM, even McCreary said he creates his own Godzilla's theme for the movie, but after trying in the 'rebirth' sequence, wich also tried with the Desplat's theme, he concludes the use of the original theme by Ifukube.


MrZimmerFan2020-04-17 19:00:07
Also, i forget, the Masaru Satoh scores, he dosen't use the original Ifukube's theme, he create different themes for every movie he compose in the Showa era.


Miralsice2020-04-17 23:43:02
@MrZimmerFan I also noticed it, while explore Godzilla's musical world.

The way I see it - every new design is a new Godzilla and that's why he get a new musical theme. Particularly in the case of Legendary Godzilla. His origin is completely different from every other versions and that's why he must have a new theme and Ifukube didn't fit with him (for me, of course) in terms of internal logic of the movie. I mean this universe don't even connected with Godzilla 1954. But if we look at this as epic monster movie with big effort to envoke nostalgia feelings it works really good.


Miralsice2020-04-17 23:44:57
By the way @MrZimmerFan, do you have a link where McCreary talking about work with Desplat theme? I read many of interviews, but there was almost nothing about Desplat's work.


MrZimmerFan2020-04-18 01:04:13
In his blog

https://www.bearmccreary.com/#blog/blog/films/godzilla-king- of-the-monsters/


MrZimmerFan2020-04-18 11:20:34
'The way I see it - every new design is a new Godzilla and that's why he get a new musical theme. Particularly in the case of Legendary Godzilla. His origin is completely different from every other versions and that's why he must have a new theme and Ifukube didn't fit with him (for me, of course) in terms of internal logic of the movie. I mean this universe don't even connected with Godzilla 1954. But if we look at this as epic monster movie with big effort to envoke nostalgia feelings it works really good.'

Eh, no.

Masaru Satoh compose new themes in every movie he worked in the Showa era, because the changing tone of the movies and aspects, specially Son of Godzilla or Godzilla vs. the Smog Monsters, in that movies, you heard two different themes for the main character.

The Return of Godzilla is a sequel to the 1954 movie, and use a new theme for the character. Is not for the designs, if that so, Ifukube have create 4 new themes in the 4 movies he worked in the Heisei era, because is a different Godzilla. The problem is Toho, he has the rights of the music (even they create a entire score for Godzilla vs. Gigan only with stock music from other Ifukube scores). Desplat could use the original theme if Toho approved to used it (not until 2018 in RPO, wich also is a Warner Bros movie), but he accomplishs the original work of Ifukube in the 1954 original movie, also nods to his writting in the Toho movies.

Let's put this example, Godzilla 2000, have a new theme for the character in the Japanese cut, by Takayuki Hattori, but in the American cut, J. Peter Robinson, was allowed to use stock music from Toho, but no new arragements, because he felt the score by Hattori was pretty bland (also one of my least favorites scores in the franchise), was is not that bad when you compare to something like Godzilla: Final Wars, man, really bad score.





Miralsice2020-04-18 13:52:42
Yes, Showa (part of it) is my wrong. But does Godzilla completely change his design in Heisei after 1984? No, if memory serves. So there is no need in change of theme.

And if I remember correctly Godzilla 2000 include Ifukube theme in one scene (when Godzilla walking through the city) in Japanese cut as well. But this movie (as almost all from Millenium era, not to mention Heisei) have a connection with 1954 movie and it explains use of Ifukube's theme. In terms of internal logic of the movie universe of course. But it's just my thoughts anyway :)

And by the way, Riichiro Manabe is composer of Godzilla vs Hedorah (also Godzilla vs Megalon) not Masaru Sato


Miralsice2020-04-18 13:59:30
And about part of Showa, I forgot to mention, that Sato's Godzilla theme from "Son of Godzilla" (if I remember correctly) he composer is same from "Godzilla Raids Again" with increased tempo and additional instruments adding. My ears could be wrong, so I need to recheck.


Miralsice2020-04-18 14:04:05
"In his blog
https://www.bearmccreary.com/#blog/blog/films/godzilla-king- of-the-monsters/"

Maybe it's a harsh words from me, but it sounds like they just don't want to work with other material when they finally got Ifukube music. Anyway, knowing how much McCreary and Dougherty loves Ifukube's music, I can understand their choice :)


MrZimmerFan2020-04-19 12:30:20
'And if I remember correctly Godzilla 2000 include Ifukube theme in one scene (when Godzilla walking through the city) in Japanese cut as well. But this movie (as almost all from Millenium era, not to mention Heisei) have a connection with 1954 movie and it explains use of Ifukube's theme. In terms of internal logic of the movie universe of course. But it's just my thoughts anyway :)

And by the way, Riichiro Manabe is composer of Godzilla vs Hedorah (also Godzilla vs Megalon) not Masaru Sato'


Oh, yes, i forgot it was Riichiro Manabe.


But Godzilla vs. Biollante was Koichi Sugiyama and they use the original (not recompose, it was stock music) Ifukube's theme, is curious, because Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah was actually compose by Akira Ifukube and not, Godzilla 2000, use the theme in the American cut, the Japanese cut (which i have, german blu-ray) dosen't use the theme, uses the theme compose by Hattori.

And for McCreary, this quote:

''I sketched Godzillaís rise from the sea with a variety of themes, including my own original theme, and even Desplatís theme. However, every version paled in comparison to the classic Ifukube Godzilla Theme blaring as he ascended from the depths. When I first played that scene for the creative team, featuring Ifukubeís theme, I saw a tear roll down Michael Doughertyís face''


Miralsice2020-04-22 12:08:14
@MrZimmerFan I checked my japanese version of the movie and american version, it revealed that my version of japanese cut contains Ifukube theme in scene where Godzilla walk through the city I talked about few day ago. This is not a lie, my version contains only Takayuki Hattori music without any of J. Peter Robinson tracks, and tempo of Ifukube theme is sounds slowed down.

But that's not all, I also rechecked my Godzilla: Millenium album with Hattori music and found out that it also contains Ifukube theme. So looks like you have a different japanese cut of the movie where Iufukube theme was removed, or I don't know how else to explain this.


Miralsice2020-04-22 12:11:42
'And for McCreary, this quote'

Yes, I meant it when I said that my words is too harsh and that McCreary and Dougherty is a big fans of Ifukube music :)


Miralsice2020-04-22 12:13:11
Oh, and by the way, Son of Godzilla really contains an advanced Sato's theme from Godzilla Raids Again with additional instruments and increased tempo.


MrZimmerFan2020-04-22 13:54:18
'I checked my japanese version of the movie and american version, it revealed that my version of japanese cut contains Ifukube theme in scene where Godzilla walk through the city I talked about few day ago. This is not a lie, my version contains only Takayuki Hattori music without any of J. Peter Robinson tracks, and tempo of Ifukube theme is sounds slowed down.'

The American version includes the J. Peter Robinson tracks, and yes, my mistake, the japanese cut includes stock music from the original Akira Ifukube's theme (the Heisei arragement from Godzilla vs. Mothra), but that my point: none of this music is new arragements of the theme, is just like in Godzilla vs. Biollante or Godzilla vs. Gigan.

Just for clarified, Hattori dosen't use the theme, is Toho putting that theme in the movie, like the end credits of GMK




Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 1 || 2017-06-06 23:30:55
Composer credits for those interested !


Edmund Meinerts2017-06-06 23:41:07
Thanks as always :)

Jordan reply Replies: 0 || 2017-03-21 21:00:43
I received today the CD edition, ordered via WaterTower Music shop, and very surprised that it's not a CD-R ! It's a real pressed disc.

Adrian reply Replies: 0 || 2017-03-12 00:36:37
Amazing soundtrack, amazing movie

Edmund Meinerts reply Replies: 1 || 2017-03-04 01:04:55
...and I just realized I used the word "impressed" or some variation thereupon four times in that post. *facepalm*


Edmund Meinerts2017-03-04 01:05:32
And this was supposed to be a reply to the other thread!

...I think I need to go to bed. :p

mpolonest123 reply Replies: 4 || 2017-03-03 17:32:08
:-/ Hmmmmm.... This is really an underwhelming score. It's not bad by any means, but most of the action/suspense music is incredibly generic. And the horn of doom... really?!?

I will say, I do like the use of electric guitars in the first half ("The Island" is pretty badass) and there is some decent orchestral writing in the second. There just seems to be something missing that would make this feel more inspired.


MrZimmerFan2017-03-03 18:56:17
I'm not the biggest fan of Jackman, but I think is a enyoable score (honestly, I prefer Uncharted or Pixels, but I have fun with this). I like the guitars with orchestra (The Battle of Skull Island have this epic/heroic theme for Kong or the textures for Monsters Exists)

Not the worst.


mpolonest123 2017-03-03 20:58:59
Like I said, it's not a bad score at all. I won't even compare it to JNH because the film is obviously a different beast entirely. The problem is the lack of a distinct voice mixed with some bland, modern action material that borrows heavily from Silvestri and Brian Tyler.

Jackman has always had trouble finding his sound. His scores are always enjoyable but they seem to have trouble being distinct enough. That's one reason I love TWS. The electronic style mixed with the traditional action scoring allow it to be fresh and original, no matter how harsh it gets. If you didn't tell me Jackman scored Skull Island I honestly wouldn't be able to tell you who did.


Macejko2017-03-03 22:39:14
Yes, Jackman underdelivers yet again. I swear, the best thing that came out of his career was Matt Margeson.


Edmund Meinerts2017-03-04 01:04:18
Heh. That's harsh, but I have to admit that Margeson's recent work has impressed me more than Jackman's. The latter had some excellent scores early in his career, but since Wreck-it Ralph he hasn't really impressed me...was not at all impressed with his Captain America scores and even his latest animated/comedy scores like Big Hero 6 and Pixels were missing something. Although I did think Birth of a Nation last year was an impressive new direction for him.

Mortifer V. reply Replies: 0 || 2017-03-03 20:35:56
Disappointing.

JBSO99 reply Replies: 0 || 2017-02-27 15:59:50
In the official youtube chanel of WaterTower Music you can listen to the track "The Island" and it sounds amazing. I hope the score will be a s epic as this track!

Dimitris Krommidas reply Replies: 2 || 2017-02-26 20:56:40
It will be a great epic score, Jackman is great, but shame that it doesn't get a cd release.


Jordan2017-02-27 09:33:05
CD available on the WaterTower website. I ordered one.


Dimitris Krommidas2017-02-27 15:08:29
Thanks!

Iamtommie reply Replies: 0 || 2017-02-26 19:50:27
Cool, can't wait!!!!

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