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Wrong assumption, it is not Hybrid that deleted the posts.We know pretty much everything there is to know about Iron Man and every other score-wise troubled production that involved RCP, Anonymous. You are bringing sand to Sahara.well thats exactly it edmund. there was no way disney was going to hire to musicians who have never composed for film before for a film of that magniude. same thing happened with star dust and many other films. think ramin djawadi did iron man all by himself? zimmer helped. a lot.<br><br>but i think zimmer will end up doing all the heavy lifting for terminator. sure lorne is a successful composer but name one big film hes scored, one as big as terminator. one where he did nearly all the work and had little to no help. none. but i am very curious to hear what becomes of it. nevertheless i am very excited to hear what zimmer and balfe come up withStill no credit for the Harry Suite? Interesting that so many were involved with the Electro Suite...isn't that basically everybody?So Genysis dropped Beck?
Alexandre Desplat doesn't work for RCP, and he's one of the busiest and most well known composers working in Hollywood today.But the Tron situation is different. I think it's not that surprising to hear that an electronica duo with zero experience in film scoring or orchestral music had a bit of help behind the scenes - honestly, I'd have been more surprised had they NOT had help.<br><br>But Balfe has been around for a while and done tons of scores proving his ability in a lot of different situations. I'm not ruling out that someone, even Zimmer, may eventually end up contributing to that Terminator flick with the stupid name (this is 2015 Hollywood film scoring after all - the notion of a solo score is becoming kind of quaint), but there's no reason to treat it with the same skepticism as Tron.The fact that you're trying to tell us you have secret insights into RCP no one else has because you "work in the industry" is somewhat ridiculous.<br>It's true that even composers such as JNH work as ghost writers for big studio or music productions from time to time but that doesn't compensate for a reputable source you obviously don't have.<br>Conspiracy theories everywhere, I guess.daft punk did not do as much on legacy as they get credited for. zimmer was paid a huge hush hush check for his involvement which was very heavy. i work in the industry so i know it's true. but i am sure this hybrid soldier will tell you otherwise <br><br>zimmer will no doubt do most of the work for terminator 5. this makes me happy though. it's how tron legacy turned out to be so awesome
Around 4:00 I hear some Madagascar :)We all know the rules. Don't like getting your posts deleted? Follow them.LOL HYBRID, I LIKE YOU SO FOR DELETING ALL :DI'm told Zimmer will be taking an "executive music producer" credit.What's that supposed to mean, Anonymous? Lorne Balfe is an actual film composer, not a pop/electronica group - why the skepticism?<br><br>Whether he'll have help or not is a separate question. This is RC after all. And there's no problem with that.
Perhaps it's just me being naive, but I'm also hoping for a proper version of the Terminator theme. Elfman was told not to do it in the last one and Beltrami did do a full version but it only got used in the end credits.right. just like daft punk "scored" tron legacy. lorne balfe will score one of the biggest american franchises ever. he'll have help.Very nice. <br><br>I gotta say, it's pretty cool that Hans Zimmer's methods allow composers like Lorne to get their own careers kickstarted. asking this honestly, would anyone know about Lorne Balfe if he hadn't worked with Hans all those years?I added a suite... Check this out, it's great... :)Hi there,<br><br>Thank you so much for including our tribute to Hans Zimmer's 'Time' By Matt Baker & John Styles. It means a lot to us to have our work featured on your website and we hope everyone enjoys our creation. We are currently working hard on other works and hope to have some more tracks to upload soon. All the best for now, Matt & John :)
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Klaus Badelt
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Music For Films
Label: Promotional release
Length: 43'26
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  3. Hannibal (2:12)
  4. The Pledge (2:25)
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  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)
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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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