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Well, Steve, about the score, says he still working on it.<br><br>I can't wait.A snippet of the verse (at 0:49) also shows up occasionally in the score, in Somebody Wants to Kill You, the end of Greene and Camille, and Field Trip.Ist there any chance for concert in Poland during this tour?How do I listen to this ?Hybrid, what about any credits for this score?
Looking to travel to Berlin for the kickoff. Reckon the concert is in german instead in english?100% agree.<br><br>“You Know My Name”, “Skyfall”, “Goldfinger”, etc. all stand out because they embrace the grander aspects of 007. Having a calm and reflective Bond song can be just as effective though. I feel like “No Time to Die” is basically trying to do what “Writing on the Wall” tried but succeeding much better.I really like the song. It has, I think, a Bangkok Dangerous vibe at first, before the first lyrics. <br>I read some comments on youtube stating its a bad Bond song because its too calm. I disagree. Sure, its less punchy than You Know My Name, but some previous Bond songs, like Tomorrow Never Dies, had the same "mood". <br>This song, No Time to Die, would also have been a prefect choice for the movie Quantum of Solace, which had this melancholic tone. i espacially picture this music during the train bar scene in Quantum of solace, when Bond is drinking thinking about Vesper and the past.Man, i wan that score"Time to Get Out", “Pursuit At...”, “No Interest In...” and “I Never Left” all incorporate the piano motif from “Another Way to Die”. Granted, they are more like cameos than anything really substantial.
Anybody who heard from Steve Mazzaro's website to listen by The Rhythm Section with soundtrack, it's ain't not bad at all.I’m aware about no good about goodbye and yes it’s in various cues. can you tell me where another way to die appears? also check out “talomne” it has you know my name on stringsSeriously, the complete score needs to come out. We NEED those Mazzaro suites on our devices!Just came back from Mazzaro’s website. Why didn’t they include the extended versions of some of the tracks? Not to mention an entirely unreleased track.<br><br>This is the closest we’ll get to having an “original” album by Zimmer and his team. Darn...QoS did attempt to use the theme song in the score, but the theme song they went with changed during production. It was originally going to be "No Good About Goodbye" as sung by Shirley Bassey and written by David Arnold, the composer for QoS. Listen to the song and you can hear it all across the score, such as at 3:30 in Time to Get Out and 0:08 in Talamone. As such, I'd still count QoS as abiding by the rule.
To be fair QoS used the striking piano notes that opened “Another Way to Die” throughout. Very subtle but there wasn’t really a strong melody in that song to begin with &#175;\_(&#12484;)_/&#175;QoS is the only Craig film to not include its theme song in the score thus far. however you know my name appears in it. Though that was strange.:) getting pretty excited for this score after watching some of the clips online!james bond 25 = inception but without Lorne Balfemore of a business-y question but wonder which label will handle Zimmer's score and therefore whether Eilish's theme will be on it...and whether Zimmer actually ended up integrating it into his score the way many Bond fans have been crying out for since the Brosnan days
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Shrek 2
Label: Varese Sarabande
Length: 40'25
HZimmer.com rating:        4/5
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  1. Prince Charming (2:03)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  2. Leaving Home (1:10)
    Harry Gregson-Williams (John Powell)
  3. Far Far Away (1:42)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, Stephen Barton
  4. Family Dinner (2:08)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, Stephen Barton
  5. Fiona's Room (0:59)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  6. We Need To Talk (1:30)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, James McKee Smith
  7. The Poison Apple (1:17)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  8. The Factory (1:38)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, James McKee Smith
  9. By The Ol' Oak (2:00)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, Heitor Pereira
  10. Annoying Talking Animal (2:42)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, Stephen Barton
  11. The Potion Room (2:26)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  12. Deep Fried (1:58)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, James McKee Smith
  13. Not Meant To Be (2:46)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  14. The Ball (1:07)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, James McKee Smith
  15. The Prince Of Her Dreams (2:13)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  16. Tonight On "Knights" (0:46)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  17. Magic Tea (1:47)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, Stephen Barton
  18. The Mission (1:30)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
  19. Muffin Man (1:07)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, James McKee Smith
  20. Get The Wand (2:05)
    Harry Gregson-Williams, Stephen Barton
  21. All Is Revealed (3:14)
    Harry Gregson-Williams (John Powell)
  22. Dragon!! (0:37)
    Harry Gregson-Williams
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Anonymous reply Replies: 1 || 2004-12-24 00:00:00
Unfortunately, too short but with lots of interresting cue!
Anyway, a must have if you have liked the first one :)


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Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2006-08-17 00:00:00
German HGWonline: www.harry-gregson-williams.de

HZ-Fan reply Replies: 0 || 2004-12-05 00:00:00
I would give this score 7 of 10 points because all themes and motifs from the first shrek are included but unfortunately there aren't these nice action tracks by John Powell like in the first movie.

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