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Hallo,<br><br>Der 'Gladiator' ist schon langsam in die Jahre gekommen, die Musik ist aber nicht älter geworden. Genial.<br><br>Gruß  <br><br>Not bad score.<br><br>But I prefer the other oneIsn’t that ironic that DC is abandoning the continuity while Marvel is finally embracing it?<br><br>For any electronic fans out there, this score is definitely a must listen, there are some badass 80’s beats (with a dash of Tron legacy) in here.I'm so mad at DC right now I'd rather promote Marvel !! lol<br><br><br>Well jokes aside I add cause Andrew worked on it. And btw he posted another 5 min cue on his Soundcloud, dunno if it's unreleased, there'll better specialists of that score than me !Yeah, I happen to have seen the film and the score is not really "coherent", it's more like many different cues put together...
Okay, thanks for clearing that up. The Tracks released were kind of interesting, a kind of mix of soundsAnyone else think Hans knew about all the studio meddling during pre-production, the rewrites etc and walked away ? I mean, when I heard Elfman's score I thought it was generic and wouldn't fit the movie. Then I watched the movie and it fits well. The movie is just as bland as the music in the background.I don't have to ask, that movie was a failure that barely got distributed... No one had any interest in releasing this score...Hybrid, did you ever ask Hans why this score wasn't released?After watching the movie, I just have to say it was okay. It had some great moments but for me it had also many problems. And one of them was the music. For most of the part it wasn't even noticeable and when it was, it was like random background music with no really emotion or heart.<br><br>BvS and MoS movies can be criticized for some things but the score is not one of them. The movie gave the movie a strong and powerful side, as well as a heart and emotion into it. In this movie there were so many moments that needed different score. <br>***SPOILERS***<br>Superman's resurrection needed the MoS in full epic form. Wonder Woman at the bank at the beggining needed her theme with the electric cello in full power.<br>The Batman theme at the beginning when he is after that Parademon.<br>We should have a really memorable theme for the whole Justice League as well as for each individual member.<br>The scenes with Clark and Lois at the house in Kansas and when his mother sees him, this needed the piano theme from This Is Clark kent or something like that.<br>And that final moments with Superman opening his shirt showing the Superman logo and then flying to the sky, we needed something like "What Are You Going To Do When You're Not Saving The World?" or "Flight" and not that unmemorable music we got.<br><br>I really hope that the petition of the Extended Cut of the movie made by Zack with Junkie's music gets to be released someday, but for now, I'm disappointed.
Sounds fun!!<br>Thanks for the linkAny ideas on the Chronological Order of the Tracks?<br>I made a start here...<br><br><br>Logos<br>Batman On The Roof<br>Everybody Knows - Titles<br>Wonder Woman Rescue<br><br>...<br>Icky Thump<br>Aquaman In Atlantis<br>...<br>1m1a Krypton (from Man Of Steel)<br>Spark Of The Flash<br>Friends And Foes<br>...<br>Come Together - Credits<br>Anti-Hero Theme - CreditsNo, they are the full score cues- as presented in the film. The presentation of the final three tracks on the first disc are edited down for timing.* I posted this at filmtracks and wanted to share it here as well. <br><br>Danny Elfman's comments are very disrespectful and so disappointing for a creative person to hear, especially for composers. Nostalgia is a big problem with Hollywood and it's a simple Jedi mind trick. It's slightly different, but the same meal over and over with different seasoning. Imagine if James Horner didn't get to write the score he wanted for Spider-Man? Or Zimmer had to use Elfmans Batman theme for the DK triliolgy or BvS? Or Shirley Walkers incredible Batman theme for Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. Or Giacchino just used the original star trek theme, or the original Star Wars themes for Rogue One and created nothing new at all? How boring and uninspiring for the composers not being able to challenge themselves to create new original music.<br><br>Whether you like these scores or not isn't important, the pursuit to create something new is what drives a creative person and gives us freedom in choosing something to enjoy and not enjoy. I love the original Batman theme by Elfman but I love it in the Burton films. I love Zimmer scores for both the DK trilogy and BvS. I am happy I can enjoy both types of scores and films but there are those who don't and that's a great thing because that means we are not all the same and that brings variety of opinion and taste which creates real conversation and most importantly gives an identity to a project.<br><br>It's easy to go back to original ideas, but I respect the creators who actually take the risk and want to try and do something new. If Danny Elfman stands by his words he should have just used the original Batman theme from the Tv Show and film or the original Spider-Man theme. Oops he didn't and we got a whole new Batman theme and Spider-man theme which most of us love. Thank god he didn't stick to using the original themes. The Batman reboots and superman and Spider-man reboots are completely different takes on the characters and that's why they deserve their own new themes and soundscapes. The only time I think an original theme from a film should be used in a new film with the same characters is if it's actually a sequel or prequel connected to that actual original film. Re-boots should always have new original music.<br><br>In the end the comments from Elfman are simply stupid and uninspiring and it's definitely a hidden ego coming through I never new he had which is a shame. I remember what Zimmer said about Danny Elfman's Batman theme being a bit jolly, but that's not attacking Elfman at all, it's how he felt and heard the music and felt that that style wouldn't fit in the new batman films ect.. I have always found the original Batman theme a bit on the jolly side too and I love it because it nails Burton's take on the character and world. That theme is for Keaton's Batman, no one else's.<br><br>One final point, if we keep wanting to just revisit the past and hear and see the same thing over and over and not be challenged with new ideas, what a damn uninspiring and boring world of creativity we will live in.<br><br>All the best to you all!<br><br>so...based on what junkie says here, Elfman is basically just rehashing old shit, as well as other people's old shit....Unless you want to say he's taking his Batman theme into a whole different direction that he didn't really have a desire to do before...until now....<br><br>In that case, "whatever" is all I have to say.
Nice stuff! I still can't believe this score hasn't gotten a release.That's unfortunate. With this score, I think it's obvious that the majority is Jablonsky, as it has a ton of elements from scores he's composed exclusively, but it would still be nice to know who did what, especially with the first and second films. Not sure why there's rarely any proper additional music credits for a lot of the RCP guys, especially considering Zimmer's credits are almost always complete. <br><br>However that cuesheet of the extended score is very interesting. Hopefully if it leaks, all those cues remain there.Damn that sounds different from Elfman's commentsThe funny thing is an interview he gave 1 months before being replaced... Saying pretty much the opposite of Elfman !<br><br>"It’s a massive undertaking. And I can’t say anything about Justice League specifically, but I’ll tell you this, and this was exactly the same experience that Hans and I had when we did work together on Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: It’s like when you see a movie like that, these iconic superhero movies, some of them have a 60 to 80 year legacy, multiple composers had a go at their themes, multiple filmmakers did their version of these characters—it’s very scary. You watch a movie and it’s like, “Holy shit, now I have to come up with something.” You’ve got sweaty hands and you’re nervous, and you talk about it over and over again—and I have exactly that relationship with Zack Snyder—and then Zack said, ”There’s only one thing you can do, and that is embrace this character as if it’s your own, keep it close to your musical soul, and just do whatever you feel is the right thing to do for this character.” That’s the only thing we can do. That’s what all these great directors did back in the day, and that’s what all these great composers did back in the day. It makes no sense for me to do extensive quoting of Hans’ score of the really amazing Batmans. It makes no sense for me to quote Superman from John Williams. Because all fantastic composers, they all did the same thing, they did something that was close to their heart, and I have to do exactly the same thing on this movie. You know this is Movie Number 4 that I’m doing with Zack, so you build a friendship and it’s built on trust and loyalty. You know how to challenge each other, you know what to expect on the other side, and it’s this really open, amazing dialogue about where to take this franchise."I can confirm that he had already worked on it quite a bit, because he said so in one of his Studio Time episodes.
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Hans ZimmerNick Glennie-SmithMalcolm LukerAbhay Manusmare
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Der Kleine Eisbär 2 - Die Geheimnisvolle Insel
Label: Warner Bros.
Length: 64'16
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  1. Am Nordpol (2:12)
    Hans Zimmer, Nick Glennie-Smith
  2. Das Fischskelett (4:57)
    Hans Zimmer, Nick Glennie-Smith
  3. Warnung Vor Den Menschen (0:17)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  4. Wi-Wa-Wackel Song (1:20)
    Dirk Bach
  5. Caruso Wird Entfuhrt (1:51)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  6. Die Reise Beginnt (2:38)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  7. Auf In Den Suden! (1:17)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  8. "Wie Geht Es Weiter?" (5:52)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  9. Willkommen Auf Der Insel (1:06)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  10. Robby Trifft Iguanita (0:55)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  11. Iguana Hop (1:05)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  12. Lars Und Darwina (2:51)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  13. Lars Findet Den Riesenfisch (2:30)
    Hans Zimmer, Nick Glennie-Smith
  14. Die Schildkrotenbabys Schlupfen Aus (1:46)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  15. Zuruck Zum Nordpol (0:31)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  16. Befreit Den Riesenfisch! (5:03)
    Hans Zimmer, Nick Glennie-Smith
  17. Blinde Passagiere (3:37)
    Hans Zimmer, Nick Glennie-Smith
  18. Greta Kommt An (0:44)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  19. Wi-Wa-Wackel Song Mit Maria Und Caruso (2:25)
    Dirk Bach, Joy
  20. Die Freunde Sind Wieder Zusammen (0:23)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  21. Lars Und Greta Futtern Den Riesenfisch (1:45)
    Hans Zimmer, Nick Glennie-Smith
  22. Der Riesenfisch Schwimmt In Die Freiheit (12:55)
    Hans Zimmer, Nick Glennie-Smith
  23. Partytime (2:21)
    Hans Zimmer, Nick Glennie-Smith
  24. Iguana Hop Am Nordpol (1:23)
    Nick Glennie-Smith
  25. Wi-Wa-Wackel Song Mit Maria Und Caruso (Radio Edit) (2:29)
    Dirk Bach, Joy
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Enrico reply Replies: 0 || 2009-07-06 00:00:00
Is there an English version of this CD?!!!
Thanks...

fabien reply Replies: 0 || 2008-02-06 00:00:00
I love this soundtrack!

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2007-03-02 00:00:00
LOL indeed RV !


I don't think Rupert Gregson-Williams worked on this soundtrack... ;-)

dlmusic reply Replies: 0 || 2006-12-13 00:00:00
Does anybody know where to find this "Special Vocal Performance by Moya Brennan" on the CD? Didn't notice any vocals apart from the "real" songs...

RV reply Replies: 0 || 2006-12-13 00:00:00
This is a mistake. There are some credits from King Arthur, maybe because of "copy and paste" ;)

Annika reply Replies: 0 || 2005-10-19 00:00:00
This CD is great! I love "--Am Nordpol"--, "--Das Fischakelett"--, "--Auf in den Süden"--, "--Lars findet den Riesenfisch"--, "--Befreit den Riesenfisch"--, "--Lars und Greta füttern den Riesenfisch"-- and "--Der Riesenfisch schwimmt in die Freiheit"--! Every song on this score is sooooooo sweet! Hans Zimmer and Nick Glennie-Smith did perfect work!

KOALA LIN reply Replies: 0 || 2005-10-11 00:00:00
Where can I buy this CD ?


I didn't see the product on Amaz*n ....

ABC reply Replies: 0 || 2005-10-11 00:00:00
You can buy this cd at Amazon.de

http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000B58SXK

RV reply Replies: 0 || 2005-09-26 00:00:00
Here are the correct credits:

Music composed by Nick Glennie-Smith &-- Hans Zimmer
Orchestra: The London Polar Bear Orchestra
Conducted by Nick Glennie-Smith
Flute: Richard Harvey
Ethnic Guitar: Forbes Henderson
Recorded at Air Studios, Lyndhurst Hall
Orchestrated by Benoit Groulx

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