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Sheet music of Up Is Down, and any other arragements - private messenge here: https://www.facebook.com/JozefSwistakPianist?fref=tsI know this is a bit of a late response, but I can't find three damn hours every day to watch this movie :p lol. Still, I have watched it over various speaker sets, headphones and everything, and Alan is indeed right about the music being toned down. Especially during the mountains part, that first blow is very disappointing indeed. Still, the sound effects almost tore my windows apart, so it's definitely the way this release was deliberately mixed. I still think that, however in the theatrical the music version was incredibly loud at some points (no complaints though, loved it) they didn't find it suitable for the home release, or they wanted to avoid complaints about the music drowning out the dialogue (which was a common complaint about the theatrical version, I could understand everything just fine but yeah, we have subtitles here in the Netherlands so.....). However, there were also moments where the music surprised me a bit in volume, compared to the big swells (i.e. just after Dr. Mann says "... few men have been" and the organ kicks in or the launch/detach music) so I don't think this is a production malfunction of some sort.Agreed, Lockington is great. In all fairness, Streitenfeld is getting better with each score, so maybe he'll surprise us. Although the Goldsmith fan in me, expects to be disappointed with this oneThank you very much Anonymous. I do not suppose you know which cues made their way onto the score do you? For one example, Concerned Citizen is a title that does not appear in the cue sheets list you supplied so I am assuming that the score title is some kind of compilation of cues?All I can say is that I can't freaking wait!
@Edmund Meinerts <br>Too Dark And "European"? What the hell is wrong with producers nowadays?!!!!!!<br>Marianelli And Powell are great composers.R.I.P.Here's the ''cue sheets''. <br><br>Equalizer Opening [1M1]<br>Alone At Home [1M2]<br>McCall Contemplates [1M3]<br>Doughnuts [1M8]<br>Alina & McCall [1M11]<br>Slavi Shows Up [1M12]<br>She's At ICU [1M13]<br>Hospital [2M14]<br>McCall's Decision [2M15]<br>Killing Slavi [2M19]<br>Teddy Arrives [2M21]<br>Yes I Understand [3M24]<br>Little John's [3M25]<br>McCall & Ralphie Talk [3M27]<br>Teddy's Tattoos [3M28]<br>Corrupt Cops [3M30]<br>Teddy Kills Mandy [3M32]<br>Baseball [3M33]<br>Homemart Robbery [3M33A]<br>Sledgehammer [4M34]<br>The Ring [4M34A]<br>It's All A Lie [4M35]<br>Is It Just You [4M36]<br>McCall Escapes [4M37A]<br>CCTV [4M37B]<br>The Country [4M38]<br>You Were Dead [4M38A]<br>Susan Returns [4M39]<br>Susan's Intel [4M40]<br>Go Be Him [4M41]<br>Torturing Frank [5M42]<br>For Permission [5M42A]<br>Meat Packing [5M43]<br>Taking Andre's Gun [5M44]<br>Do The Right Thing Frank [5M45]<br>Dinner With Teddy [5M47]<br>Tanker Blowup [5M49]<br>Empty Bus [6M50]<br>McCall In Action [6M51]<br>McCall Hiding [6M53]<br>Buck 90 My Ass [6M54]<br>Killing The Russians [7M55]<br>Alina Thanks Robert [7M57]R.I.P. 47 is way too young.:(:(
Can anyone help at all with this?LOVE IT, is it possible to buy it in Lossless, anywhere else than on QOBUZ?Songs =/= Score<br><br>it's a little different I must say, lolStargate is the band who wrote the songs...<br><br>The official movie credit is Music by LB & Stargate... So it's like that on the cover, but there's nothing of theirs in the score... It's all LB...Who's Stargate? O:
Holy... fuck yes!Powell is scoring it. It is listed on his page on HZ.com!!!! Exciting!You're just a fucking genious. Keep on the way to being the new god of our world. Your music trasncends every religion, every word, and every others songs. T H A N K SIs this a rumor, or is Powell actually in?The film will premier in Cannes! Hope we can have the album soon after that!
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Klaus Badelt
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Music For Films
Label: Promotional release
Length: 43'26
HZimmer.com rating:        4/5
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  3. Hannibal (2:12)
  4. The Pledge (2:25)
  5. The Pledge (2:23)
  6. Mission: Impossible 2 (4:57)
  7. The Thin Red Line (1:45)
  8. The Thin Red Line (1:57)
  9. X-Men (0:59)
  10. X-Men (1:55)
  11. Extreme Days (2:33)
  12. Pearl Harbor (2:52)
  13. Chicken Run (1:06)
  14. The Hunger (1:13)
  15. El Dorado (2:05)
  16. Chill Factor (3:08)
  17. Tigger Movie (1:17)
  18. The Prince Of Egypt (1:00)
  19. Coyoty Ugly (3:26)
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JM reply Replies: 0 || 2009-10-02 00:00:00
Where can I get this album?! I am searching for the instrumental version of Jisas Yu Holem Hand Blong Mi.

John Harper reply Replies: 0 || 2007-09-10 00:00:00
is number 7 really the orchestral version of jisas yo holem?

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2007-09-10 00:00:00
Yes it is, John ! ;-)

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2006-12-28 00:00:00
Track 7 from The Thin Red Line is unreleased material. Beautiful theme... Track 8 is in the official CD (track 10 God U Tekem Laef Blong Mi).

Klaus Fan reply Replies: 0 || 2006-09-03 00:00:00
but how can I post a comment when I canīt get this cd?

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