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yeah, that's for sure ;pI can imagine it's going to be really different (both the movie and the score), so why not. :-)Guy Ritchie is making a new King Arthur movie. Imagine if he asks Hans Zimmer to score it... :E :PIs this your way of telling this person to get lost? Perhaps to ask his stupid questions elsewhere?Such a joy to hear something new from Nick Glennie-Smith :) Great album!
Just because I dont give a flying fuck doesnt mean people aint entitled to ask their stupid questions. I do give a fuck about freedom of speech hahaIf you don't give a fuck, why do you want people to let him ask them?hans zimmer doesnt give a fuck about your questions<br>and neither do II'm trippin' already.  Just two days ago, I was listening to the track "Sum Total".  Midway in the track, there was a part that reminds me of the first track from the "Crysis 2" soundtrack (co-composed with Lorne Balfe).  I laughed at first, but it really doesn't matter to me.  I find it enjoyable and fits perfectly for a Green Goblin moment in that picture.You can sue Disney if you want. I'll just grab my Michael Jackson Popcorn gif and sit right here.<br><br>Seriously, though. Give it up. IT's become way beyond annoying. Why don't you ask Hans Zimmer these questions if you absolutely have to bother somebody with them? He's on Twitter and Facebook.
It's basically Hans with additional music by Lorne Balfe and Junkie XLExcept everything has been said: the stuff in this set and not in this set and the whole "is this going to ever be released" stuff, as well as the fact that Zimmer reads nothing here. Nobody wants to repeat themselves over and over.Is this tune really Hans'? I am not getting that Zimmerisque vibe that his own works usually have in a way or another. Maybe he only had his name on it for publicity purposes?bu what not if all has been said? what do would it good?I have to concur. Everything that needs to be said here has been said.
why block the comments on this page? just because some trolls are terrorizing us??Thank you.This has probably been said before. But I saw the film yesterday again, and here's my (probably repeated) question:<br><br>When Elizabeth arrived at Singapore, she was singing Hoist the Colours, which was finished by the "Remove, Please" guy.<br><br>The lyrics are different, so why isn't it on this score?Apparently the only one who cares for this score anymore is Joshua. And all his posts have been made repeatedly since the creation of this site.<br><br>Hybrid should block the comments on this page.I certainly hope he returns, but who knows at this point. Disney is perhaps the most creatively "protective" studio out there, meaning they want to milk what worked in the past until there's nothing creative left (this coming from a Disney lover).
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Hans ZimmerJohn PowellKlaus BadeltJustin Burnett
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The Road To El Dorado - Cast and Crew Special Edition
Label: Promotional release
Length: 26:31
HZimmer.com rating:        3/5
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  1. To Shibalba (1:56)
  2. Cheldorado (4:29)
  3. The brig (2:59)
  4. El dorado (1:36)
  5. The trail we blaze (3:11)
  6. it's rough to be a god (2:36)
  7. Without question (2:30)
  8. friends never say goodbye (3:13)
  9. Save El dorado (2:14)
  10. The ball game (1:47)
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salome reply Replies: 0 || 2009-11-06 00:00:00
make us able to download all extracts please. It's excellent!

Fabián Ek reply Replies: 0 || 2006-02-27 00:00:00
¿QUÉ ACASO NO ES LO MISMO QUE EL SOUNDTRACK ANTERIOR? ¡Tracks dividos!

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