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@Novi No need to apologize, at the end of the day we all want to see these recording sessions leak. In the past year alone we already got TASM2 and Rush. Itíll definitely come :-)You're completely right. Sorry if I came off kinda idiotic. My love for music got the best of me. I was patient with the Man of Steel complete score, but I was just overly excited for this one. I gotta have more patienceNo idea, the documentary hasn't been released yet (only on a festival).Sorry! By the way will Hans release believe documentary soundtrack?Can't you click ?
When this will be released?Timekeeper/Universe of Energy by Bruce Broughton. Being theme park scores though a release is incredibly difficult.And what 90's scores are those?PS: the assumption that everything is Balfe is subjective. In the same way that you drew the conclusion that he is the composer of everything and the credit of RGW is doubtful, I could also say that Balfe did nothing and RGW did everything. Or that no one has done anything and almost everything<br>in the score is the result of the work of these additional composers.<br>The credits do not elucidate anything in this case.This is one of those scores in which all composers receive credit for all cues even though they have not composed each note of music. This happens all the time in rcp (Kung Fu Panda, Batman v Superman, Megamind, BossBaby, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight).
This is good piece but i can not for download?We watched the film last night and is a good solid movie with great action but a big score from Balfe .there seems to be much more thematic material in the film than was is on the soundtrack .agreat start to the year for scoresLook, Iím passionate about music as well. And yes, seeing this leak would make me happy. But I also know that there are better things to use your energy on. Wishing for this score to leak, or asking anyone who has it to leak it is a waste of time. Itís going to come out when it comes out, be it tomorrow or a year from now. Hell, there are two of my favorite scores from the 90ís I grew up with that still have seen no release at all. I donít spend my time worrying about them though, when they come they come.<br><br>And as for music having no value, I probably shouldnít have phrased it like that. I was mainly referring to people who hold on to these sessions and think they somehow increase with age. Itís not wine for Godís sakes. I do apologize for making it sound like music has no point or effect on people. I just think there are more important things to stress over.I can see why, but the fact that it's mostly a combo of Pirates of the Caribbean, Batman Begins, other Bay/Zimmer projects and King Arthur also weakens is a bit for me. TF5 has a few influences too but the score feels much more unique to me.Novi - I'm sure at some point youll find this on youtube or something...But why so interested in THIS score? It's really not that great at all, by comparison. Junkie channels Mad Max while Zimmer tries too hard to not redo his Dark Knight themes...
New score by Rupert Gregson-Williams from the series The Alienist will be release next week.For me TF1 is on top by a considerable margin.I mean, Tony Clarke and Evan Jolly are on practically every single cue as well. My gut feeling is that these aren't fully accurate credits yet.Yep I mean believe documentaryYeah, film scores are my passion. That's why I want this score so bad. I seriously would pay for this score. See it as begging, frankly I don't care what you see it as. Zimmer changed my life through music. It's my passion. This score means something. Music is value.
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Additional Music - Orchestrator
John PowellTJ LindgrenJohn Ashton ThomasGermaine Franco
ComposerAdditional MusicAdditional MusicScore Coordinator
Robots
Label: Varese Sarabande
Length: 43'45
HZimmer.com rating:        4/5
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  1. Robots Overture (4:02)
  2. Rivet Town Parade (0:54)
  3. Bigweld TV - Creating Wonderbot (2:45)
  4. Wonderbot Wash (2:08)
  5. Train Station (3:50)
  6. Crosstown Express (1:19)
  7. Wild Ride (1:36)
  8. Madam Gasket (1:00)
  9. Chop Shop (1:50)
  10. Meet The Rusties (2:07)
  11. Bigweld Workshop (3:13)
  12. Phone Booth (1:29)
  13. Gathering Forces (3:28)
  14. Escape (4:42)
  15. Deciding To Fight Back (1:13)
  16. Attack Of The Sweepers (1:27)
  17. Butt Whoopin' (3:42)
  18. Homecoming (1:33)
  19. Dad's Dream (1:24)
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sofia reply Replies: 0 || 2007-03-30 00:00:00
I wont it I wont if I wont it!!!!!!!

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2007-03-08 00:00:00
good a very good score. and 1000 times better as harry gregson-williams

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2006-11-29 00:00:00
12 - Phone Booth and 13 - Gathering Forces are amazing tracks...

Maybe it is the best animated film score Powell wrote !

Ant reply Replies: 0 || 2006-08-13 00:00:00
Good idea bringing the Blue Man Group into the Mix Powell. That worked out really well, but I can't help feeling they died down during the second half of the CD.

Aah well, Wild Ride is the best!

Hans Zimmer reply Replies: 0 || 2005-04-28 00:00:00
Congratulations John!

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