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and what has this mainstream shit to do with Hans Zimmer? Only because it´s for a movie where also is Zimmers music included or did he produce or composed it? (I hope not)lol.....@Mariusz I translated it for you. You're welcome. ;) Use Google translate next time please. <br><br>Welcome. I come from Poland and I wanted to share my impressions about this MASTERPIECE. When I first saw the film, I immediately drew attention to the music, and I knew I had to have it! And so it began. Since then, I have listened to it many times and I still can't get over it! This, what Hans created, is just ... brilliant! I can't find another word to describe it. From the first to the last note it is breathtaking! I have shed a quantity of tears I can't count. At the moment it is my NUMBER 1 Hans Zimmer soundtrack and will remain long in this position. It's probably enough. Greetings to all fans of Hans, and Man Of Steel!<br><br>Have you noticed the links of internet have two songs titled "Insert"? These one are the alternate versions of "Looking Into Limbo" and "Mr. Charles".<br><br>By the by, what is the E Tragic Strings Suite?Witam. Pochodzę z Polski i chciałem się podzielić moimi wrażeniami na temat tego ARCYDZIEŁA. Gdy po raz pierwszy obejrzałem film, od razu zwróciłem uwagę na muzykę i wiedziałem, że muszę ją mieć! No i tak to się zaczęło. Od tamtej pory słuchałem już wiele razy i nadal nie mogę wyjść z podziwu! To co stworzył Han, jest po prostu...Genialne!!!Innego słowa nie znajduję. Od pierwszej do ostatniej nuty zapiera dech w piersiach! A ilości wylanych łez nie zliczę. W tym momencie jest to mój NUMER 1 Hansa Zimmera i chyba długo nim pozostanie. To chyba tyle. Pozdrawiam wszystkich fanów Hansa, a także Człowieka Ze Stali!
You can contact me at antas@hans-zimmer.comDoes anyone know if the digital version of the soundtrack is crossfaded, or were those taken out like with Man of Steel? The crossfades make putting the album in film order rather irksome.^^^ I love this comment so much.So, he is not returning for Dragon 3 Or Kung fu Panda 3?Of all the film composers I know, Powell was one of the few I did not want to step aside.
i seriously just keep repeating the last 30 seconds of cold war....idk why but it's awesome.Yup. Shot in the dark, but it got me thinking that maybe Andrew Kawczynski was in charge of it. Doesn't sound like HZ IMO, kind of sounds like Lorne, plus that beat is from "Underground Army"...Wasn't Cold War the cue when Paul Giammati was driving the truck?I know that the beginning of the movie is:<br>There He Is<br>(Unreleased cue, opening scene)<br>I'm Spider-Man<br>Cold War<br>No Place Like Home<br><br>And at the end, merged into each other:<br>You're That Spider Guy<br>It's On Again<br><br>Well I don't think he's taking another break...<br><br>It's still the continuity of his 2012 decision to step back... Rio 2 & HTTYD 2 being some kind of parenthesis... If he has a project he cares about, he'll score it... But like I said before, don't expect him to go berserk scoring 7 films a year and saying yes to everything, like in the past... Far from it...
Interesting development: filmmusicreporter.com/2014/04/23/john-powell-to-take-break-f rom-film-music-to-compose-concert-music/It's way beyond my ability, because it's really confusing. Like it starts out the movie with a slowed down version of There He Is, then it goes to unreleased cues, I'm Spiderman, and then has like an excerpt of You're That Spider Guy...I think when 'The Rhino'?? is driving the truck in the city, then Gwen's theme picks up (which is like a variation of We're Best Friends and then when Electro or Max Dillon is walking around the city with his blue prints there is excerpts of The Electro Suite (I think?) heard throughout him being on screen. And then when Electro goes to the city and first faces Spider-man, well the My Enemy cue is definitely split up between this part of the movie and when he faces Electro in other scenes in the movie. I think There He Is is when Gwen searches Max Dillon's info at Oscorp..Just my input.So, does anyone know the chronological order of the tracks?Ha, so, folks: this is what happens when Zimmer fanboys hear a woodwind in one of his scores.You guys really need to listen to more woodwind based scores...
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K2
Label: Varese Sarabande
Length: 41'20
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Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2013-12-10 17:31:33
Anyone else think that the part about 3 or 4 minutes into "The Ascent" resembles "Absurdity" from The Lone Ranger?

Dom reply Replies: 4 || 2013-09-01 22:06:52
can someone actually tell me who plays the guitar in the K2 movie ? I have the soundtrack from the movie and its not there ? it would be nice to know I had the move for over 15years ! someone said its E Van Halen huh ?


Hybrid Soldier2013-09-01 22:40:09
Click on "See details..." and you'll find all you need ! :)


Dom 2013-09-15 08:24:50
I mean no disrespect to Hans Zimmer in any way But why ? WHY !
was the Chaz Jankel soundtrack never released for the k2 movie ?
there is so much energy in it ! were MR Zimmer its just to mellow for my taste

anyone know where you can buy it download it ?

Thanks


Hybrid Soldier2013-09-15 09:36:58
Ask Robert Townson from 20 years ago, he's the one who decided to release that version of the score.

HZ has nothing to do with it.


Actually I'm still trying to see the British version of that movie with HZ's score, no way I listen to it with Jankel's ! :P


Bioscope2013-09-15 17:19:34
In South Africa, there's a dvd distributer named NEXT VIDEO, if I remember correctly, that released the PAL version with Zimmer/ Glennie-Smith's version. Check out an online store named KALAHARI, you should get it there :)

The picture and sound is great...

MacArthur reply Replies: 2 || 2013-09-02 06:09:29
Is this the One on iTunes


MacArthur2013-09-02 06:10:31
Because I thought that Zimmer didn't do the music for K2. only the The Music Inspired by it


Anonymous2013-09-02 09:25:19
There are two scores - a European version (scored by Zimmer) and the original version (scored by Chaz Jankel).

mittens reply Replies: 0 || 2012-09-29 16:51:33
I was dust cleaning my old cds, and I accidentally read the notes Hans wrote on the back of this album where he thanked Nick Glennie-Smith for writing and arranging some cues which have unfortunately been omitted from this record, so if someone was wondering the music on this cd is 100% Zimmer.

just 007 reply Replies: 5 || 2011-06-28 22:16:00
track on expanded score
1. main title
2. the team
3. family
4. packistan / k2
5. brotherhood
6. climb high
7. portents of doom
8. denali
9. two friends
10. death zone
11. touching the void
12. save / end title


T-Mann0362011-06-28 23:59:19
I wish the 12 tracks are leaked. Thanks for sharing just 007.


K22011-06-29 02:23:01
I think its the OST cut into tracks with possibly the end credits added from DVD.


T-Mann0362011-08-13 02:36:01
Is it possible if you could separate them by length of time on each of the 12 tracks?


Takehiro2011-08-13 05:26:33
1. (3:10)
2. (4:30)
3. (1:41)
4. (2:57)
5. (4:06)
6. (3:37)
7. (3:10)
8. (3:01)
9. (3:04)
10. (4:45)
11. (2:56)
12. (4:40)

There is no extra music on this, it is simply the OST cut into film order. Its a neat idea, but its not an expanded score by any means, not even slightly.


T-Mann0362011-08-13 07:26:03
Thanks Takehiro... I DEFINITELY needed that!

Iceboy reply Replies: 0 || 2011-02-13 00:00:00
Theres an expanded score of this on sale in Europe, from a bootlegging group. Anyone got the tracklisting for it?

tim reply Replies: 0 || 2010-04-16 00:00:00
having seen both versions of the movie, with both scores... Jankel may have been a replacement, but his score works better within the film; the slow character scenes and vastness of the surroundings come across better with the pink-floyd-esque music in the american release. Zimmers score just doesn't match the tone of the film itself; its too busy, sonically cluttered, and dare-I-say, small scale.

That being said I prefer the European cut of the film for the extra scenes, so c'est la vie. And Zimmer's score, I was surprised to find, works really well on the CD, if you're a fan of his sound.

It just doesn't work in K2.

Now wheres the Chaz Jankel CD?

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2007-12-23 00:00:00
Superb soundtrack.
Originally saw the movie in the UK with the Hans Zimmer soundtrack. Absolutely stunning.
Live in Canada now, and own the infinitely inferior North American edition of the movie with some guy called Chaz Jankel doing soundtrack duty. Completely senseless!
Hans rules!
Praying that someone with real taste and class will release the DVD with the Hans soundtrack over here!

Suicune reply Replies: 0 || 2007-03-21 00:00:00
1) The Ascent (27:40) (The longest cue ever written by Hans Zimmer)
2) The Descent (13:41)

Suicune reply Replies: 0 || 2007-03-04 00:00:00
An excellent progressive soundtrack that holds your ears bound to the speaker. The kind of soundtrack that you don't know what will you hear next. A must-hear soundtrack.

Eduardo Caballero reply Replies: 0 || 2005-07-19 00:00:00
Need to buy actual soundtrack and movie from K2, not interpretations of that music.
can you help me find that cd/dvd

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