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Could you repeat that, but in legible English this time?Yes, but usually Hans hires people with similar styles to his, or promising new composers. Paesano fits the former fairly well in a lot of ways. I'm just saying it's surprising to me that he's never worked here."RCP" is not a "style", it's a place...Kind of shocking to me that John Paesano isn't a member of RCP. Marvel's Spider-Man is basically a more consistent version of this score in many ways with a touch of Danny Elfman's Spider-Man elements.so glad to see HZ back to the superhero genre
so great to watch this new interview. it confirmed how i felt about wonder woman and widows. it is the right thing to do.<br><br>Hans's comment on losing his voice took me by surprise though. dunkirk touched on a few techniques i wanted to see explored more. i know other composers did it before. but i think dunkirk did a better job at putting those elements together... hopefully there is be a similar movie in the near future : )Steve is clearly spending time with his family. He had a second child just a few months ago. I think he will eventually be back on the Bay Train. <br><br>And Lorne is the right choice for a "replacement". He's been involved in one way or another with the Bay movies for more than 10 years now. He's certainly not a surprising choice and I'm looking forward to the score. It's a movie that takes place all over the world, so I have big expectations for the music.Hans says he worked so hard to get WW1 to Rupert, but didn't he also recommend that they try a female composer?Balfe has constantly been brought in on Transformers movies , so great to see him working with Bay properlyApparently were in the wrong country :( If I could afford it, Id travel just to experience this.
Lorne is now listed on IMDB and Wiki as the composer of 'Six Underground'. Clearly Bay likes working with him. Good for Lorne.You're absolutely right. Play's over. Exit's that way. On your feet. Go!<br><br>Good knowing you.Steve is just trying to spend a little time with his family i think, he's not as busy as he used to be but i think it's cause he chooses that. Film Composing is an insanely time consuming job. I like Balfe a lot though.Huh. I like Jablosnky, but I really liked the 13 Hours score, so it's hard for me to complain.Maybe, Bay thinks Balfe is better than Jablonsky in terms of military tones and music.
Balfe is doing Michael Bays next movie !!! Whats happened with Jablonsky?Review widows: It's also scored by Hans Zimmer, which means it is immediately in the running for best score of the year...Blah Blah Blah...<br><br>Play's over, Shakespeare.Meta is right though...Hope it gets fixed, I love listening to the suites you add to scores here.
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Additional Music - Score Coordinator
Harry Gregson-WilliamsTrevor RabinSteve JablonskyPaul Linford
ComposerComposerAdditional MusicAdditional Music
Enemy Of The State (Complete Score)
Label: Unofficial Release
Length: 105'36
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  1. Opening (0:47)
  2. Murder (1:36)
  3. Main Titles (2:00)
  4. Rachel (0:32)
  5. Pintero's Social Club (2:50)
  6. Recording (1:29)
  7. Intercept (1:12)
  8. Murder On Tape (1:29)
  9. Zavitz On The Loose (1:47)
  10. Zavitz Chase (Part 1) (2:02)
  11. Zavitz Chase (Part 2) (2:23)
  12. Profiling (0:59)
  13. NSA Research (2:35)
  14. Inquiry (0:58)
  15. Package (0:58)
  16. Night Visitors (2:08)
  17. Bugged (1:00)
  18. Rachel's Call (0:39)
  19. Dean Fired (0:20)
  20. You Wanna Blend? (0:22)
  21. Tracked (0:45)
  22. Limousine Service (0:21)
  23. In The Pak (2:49)
  24. The Ferry (1:16)
  25. Taxi Ride (1:55)
  26. Brill & Dean Meet (4:14)
  27. Hotel Chase (Part 1) (2:55)
  28. Hotel Chase (Part 2) (3:46)
  29. The Tunnel (Part 1) (1:57)
  30. The Tunnel (Part 2) (2:03)
  31. Winning Carla Over (0:55)
  32. The Present (0:34)
  33. Nanny Drive (1:33)
  34. Rachel's Found Dead (5:18)
  35. We Got Nothing (0:52)
  36. Phone Call (1:11)
  37. Brill's Office (1:41)
  38. Coal Yard (Part 1) (3:42)
  39. Coal Yard (Part 2) (4:53)
  40. Edward Lyle (0:46)
  41. The Promise (1:50)
  42. Turning The Tables (3:03)
  43. Wired Room (1:14)
  44. Bank Account (1:32)
  45. Meeting (0:53)
  46. Face To Face (3:10)
  47. Brill Caught (0:18)
  48. Final Confrontation (8:44)
  49. Brill Disappears (1:17)
  50. Wish You Were Here (2:00)
  51. End Credits (2:55)
  52. Brill's Theme (3:29)
  53. Rachel (Alternate) (0:40)
  54. Zavitz Chase (Part 1) (Alternate) (2:02)
  55. The Ferry (Alternate) (0:38)
  56. Edward Lyle (Alternate) (0:45)
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Scorefan reply Replies: 4 || 2018-08-28 20:53:24
@Hybrid, in the trailer Hans is credited as the composer for the film. But the music was written by Rabin and Harry. What happened there?


Randy Watson2018-08-29 20:52:30
Probably scheduling conflicts


Hybrid Soldier2018-08-29 20:59:13
You know, Hans was attached to score Kingdom of Heaven or A Cure For Wellness and didn't do them...

Working on The Fan was REALLY hard, he was busy in 1998 and EOTS was heavily temped with The Fan, and HGW did good on The Fan so I guess Hans had many reasons not to do it in the end...


Scorefan2018-08-29 22:25:46
@Hybrid do you know if Hans had been rejected from a movie? I mean, usually when another composer is fired or his music is rejected by producer/director/studio, they go to Hans or many of the RCP composers to write the score for the movie. But, it has passed a reverse situation?

Thanks Hybrid


Bayhem2018-08-30 08:32:43
Hybrid Soldier is right. Plus, Hans worked on 'Thin Red Line' at that time as well, and it's not a secret how crazy Terence Mallick can get during post-production. Especially with music and editing....

Bayhem reply Replies: 3 || 2018-04-05 23:19:18
I'm still amazed how Rabin, Gregson-Williams and Jablonsky did both Armageddonh and Enemy of the State - two huge, score-heavy Bruckheimer projects - in such a short period of time. Not only that, in the same year (1998) Gregson-Williams and Jablonsky also did Replacement Killers (great score!) and Antz. How is that even possible??

There were either a lot of ghost writers we don't even know about (doubt it) or these guys weren't sleeping and were working 24/7. Whatever the case, job well done on all fronts!


Edmund Meinerts2018-04-06 00:04:23
Replacement Killers is a great score? That's certainly not how I remember it...

I mean, you make three composers doing four scores between them (plus Powell on Antz, plus a few other guys on Armageddon) sound like some sort of superhuman feat. It's not THAT incredible. Ennio Morricone does that much composition before breakfast most days. So does Lorne Balfe for that matter.


rockhound2018-04-06 08:48:01
i think Hans Zimmer was the first choice, because his name was in the trailer credits. Rabin was working on Jack Frost, while they asked him to do Enemy of the State. and because Jack Frost was pushed back a lil bit, he had in the end time for Enemy. but there was not much time left to finish Enemy, so Trevor asked Harry for help and this time both got credit. Paul Linford and Tim Heintz also helped on Enemy. and Ennio Morricone is a bad example for this comparison here, because Morricone never had to work with Bay, Bruckheimer and Tony Scott. Im sure he wouldn't have finished both projects, but left them before breakfast.


Bayhem2018-04-06 09:15:57
Replacement Killers is a great score? That's certainly not how I remember it...
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Good for you. I disagree. I consider it to be one of HGW best and most underrated scores. And I'm not even the biggest HGW fan.


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I mean, you make three composers doing four scores between them (plus Powell on Antz, plus a few other guys on Armageddon) sound like some sort of superhuman feat.
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Not a superhuman feat. But close. Armageddon alone contains music for 2 mid-sized movies. God knows how much music they threw out. Jablonsky himself said during his All Access interview that he had never worked for so many hours before..............or after Armageddon. And mind you, that's coming from the Transformers composer! Plus, he wasn't even the main composer on Armageddon. Imagine what was it like for the guys in charge (HGW, Rabin). And....they also had to deal with Enemy of the State. Also, check out the release dates of the movies I mentioned and you'll get a pretty good idea as to what kind of schedule those composers had. Certainly wasn't easy.


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Ennio Morricone does that much composition before breakfast most days. So does Lorne Balfe for that matter.
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Morricone was never involved in a movie the size of Armageddon. There is a difference between a huge, music-heavy, almost 3-hous blockbuster, produced and directed by one of the most demanding duos in Hollywood, and smaller Itallian movies, TV shows and documentaries. The amount of required music is just different. Way different. When Morricone does something relatively bigger tho, we get The Untouchables. And we all know how much people hate the music in that movie. For me, the best Morricone score is and will always be Lolita. It's his masterpiece.

As for Balfe, yes, he does a lot of work lately, but the projects are not as score-heavy as Armageddon and Enemy of the State. Not even close. The Hurricane Heist and 12 Strong for example are basically the same score. So it's clear that he wasn't trying to do something extraordinary with those movies. A lot of his IMDb credits from the last two years are shorts, TV films and documentaries. I don't underestimate what he did, and he did a lot, but the period between 1995 and 1998 was incredibly intense for the MV/RC team. A lot of big, score-heavy movies and not a lot of time. And I simply admire the fact that they pulled it off. Simple as that.

Felix reply Replies: 3 || 2015-08-15 13:10:52
Hello, did anybody knows who did what??


Edmund Meinerts2015-08-15 13:47:09
I have the breakdown for the regular album, not the complete score. Some of the cues map to the complete score 1-to-1, some don't; unfortunately I haven't heard the complete yet, but hopefully this helps a bit anyways:

1. Main Titles - TR/HGW
2. Main Theme - TR
3. Brill's Theme - HGW
4. The Ferry - HGW
5. Hotel Chase Part 2 - TR/HGW/Tim Heintz (no, I don't know either)
6. Zavitz Chase Part 1 - TR/HGW
7. NSA Research - TR/HGW
8. Brill and Dean Meet - HGW
9. Free Ferry - TR
10. Nanny Drive - HGW
11. Final Confrontation - HGW
12. Coal Yard Part 1 - TR/HGW
13. Face to Face - TR
14. The Tunnel Part 1 - TR
15. Coal Yard Part 2 - TR
16. Rachel's Found Dead - HGW
17. Wish You Were Here - TR

We can also extrapolate from the music player here that Steve Jablonsky worked on Hotel Chase Part 1.

Hope that's a helpful start (and Hybrid, correct me if I'm wrong).


Hybrid Soldier2015-08-15 13:52:37
Well I recently added a lot of "breakdowns" to the site... But for that one it's a little complicated, I have some, and ideas for others but nothing official for the most part...

Final Confrontation is Heintz. Dean Fired is Linford, You Wanna Blend is Jablonsky...

All in all that score was mostly split... The Main Title definitely is Rabin...


Felix2015-08-15 14:00:44
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Enemy Of The State (Complete Score) soundtrack - Harry Gregson-Williams - Trevor Rabin 1998