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Dark Materials was anything but "a pure orchestral sound" lolIt largely has to do with the types of films he scores.Meh, you're not alone. Not a big fan of Desplat, especially when it comes to his contributions to pre-established franchises.Track 9. Stop The Crane and 11. Burn Or Jump<br><br>Excellent.One of the most elite scores produced.
I might get hate for this and Desplat might be a cool guy, but I have no idea why he gets so many Oscar nominations... please donīt kill meMan, I am actually excited to hear Balfe's score for Bad Boys for Life - the clips he's posted on his Facebook page sound awesome and like they could truly honour Mancina. The Balfe components sound epic and the Mancina integrations dynamic. What's to fear, right?  <br><br><br>I do fear that someone makes Alan Myerson to distill these 100s of performers, choral and orchestral, to make the whole score sound like an 80s casio synth again - please don't!! Balfe's had huge success with Dark Materials and Gemini Man with a pure orchestral sound - don't fuck it up, PLEASE.meh to desplat. this score needs jackman...The "Knight March" theme is really potent. Hans should release his suites for this! I know it'll never happen, but a CD of just his original demos for his various projects would be really fun to hear.I also want to remind people that Cate Shortland is directing this film. This is a director that said James Horner destroyed the movie Avatar with his manipulative  music.<br><br>I wouldn't be surprised if most of the music is more tame without melodies. But then again, Disney is really the composer here, not Desplat.
Shince, outside of the admittedly great main theme I do find Silvestri's Avengers music to be fairly forgettable...the sort of standard watered down orchestral sound that Marvel loves, not badly composed or anything but not particularly distinctive and a bit disappointing coming from a composer who in the past was capable of stuff like Judge Dredd, The Mummy Returns or Van Helsing.We never usually have the credits of Lorne's projects.  Could Hybrid get the credits of Lorne's projects?Some additional credits from the cuesheet:<br><br>Lorne Balfe, Steffen Thum<br><br>COFFEE TIME<br>NIGHT VISITORS<br><br><br>Lorne Balfe, Steve Davis<br><br>FIRST CONFRONTATION<br>VAN ATTACK<br><br><br>Lorne Balfe, Sven Faulconer<br><br>MOTORCYCLE CHASE<br>URIE TALKS TO HENRY<br><br><br>Lorne Balfe, Max Aruj<br><br>BUDAPEST<br>TRAIN RIDE<br><br><br>Steffen Thum<br><br>MEET JACKBut the style in Bad Boys 2 is totally different to the style in part 1. so the explanation doesn't make much sense.I have met with Tony Scott, on the filming location of Spy Game I asked him, who will compose the music for the film, he answered Hans Zimmer. :) And it landed at HGW. And Tony had worked with HGW only since then. <br>Mancina dropped out because, he wanted to do something new for the movie and didn't want to repeat himself, and MB and JB didn't like the idea, and they wanted the same music style, so MC left the project.
Last time Disney hired Desplat, he ended up... not doing the score at all...Oh, shit, i forgot Valerian, such an amazing epic/space score.<br><br>TerrificThe Deathly Hallows, Valerian and Godzilla by Desplat had quite memorable melodies IMO.I'm opposite, Desplat is a great composer, among my favorites.<br><br>The Golden Compass, Godzilla, The Imitation Game, Hostage, Largo Winch, Birth, The Painted Veil, Firewall (such underrated action score, period, very Goldsmithian), The Shape of Water, The Girl with the Pearl Earring...Edmund, I think I have the opposite opinion. I love Desplat, but only if he is scoring Little Women or The Shape of Water. I never like any of his action scores. Full of aimless notes, lack of clear melodies, dense but unmemorable.
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Rhythm Of The Pride Lands
Label: Walt Disney Records
Length: 51'30
HZimmer.com rating:        4/5
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  1. He Lives In You (4'50)
  2. Hakuna Matata (4'24)
  3. The Lion Sleeps Tonight (3'33)
  4. Kube (3'46)
  5. Lea Halalela (6'02)
  6. It's Time (4'26)
  7. One By One (3'10)
  8. Warthog Rhapsody (3'06)
  9. Lala (4'34)
  10. Busa (4'04)
  11. Noyana (5'14)
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Jennie reply Replies: 0 || 2018-02-20 18:11:10
Amazing soundtrack

Dakota reply Replies: 1 || 2011-02-13 00:00:00
Never heard of this, does it exist?


Boromir2017-05-18 20:22:07
Exists exists :) You can find it simply on the Tube :P

Ivalu from Greenland reply Replies: 0 || 2009-08-27 00:00:00
That's my favorit musik of lion king, the greatest musik !

Where can i buy this Cd ?

Ravi Krishna reply Replies: 0 || 2009-08-27 00:00:00
I think it's out of print... try checking some used ones at Amazon or keep an eye on eBay for a reasonably priced one.

Jason Allen Mac reply Replies: 0 || 2008-11-09 00:00:00
Hans, Beautiful music on this CD! Its on my top 10 list of best cd's of all time!

Jason Allen Mac

Suicune reply Replies: 0 || 2007-12-12 00:00:00
Good job, pridelander.

Pridelander (TLK fanatic) reply Replies: 0 || 2007-09-06 00:00:00
Detailed credits:

1. He Lives In You
Lyrics and music by Mark Mancina, Jay Rifkin, and Lebo M
Arranged by Mark Mancina
Produced by Jay Rifkin and Mark Mancina

2. Hakuna Matata
Lyrics by Tim Rice / Music by Elton John
Arranged by Fabian Cooke and Mark Mancina
Produced by Jay Rifkin, Fabian Cooke, and Mark Mancina

3. The Lion Sleeps Tonight
Lyrics and revised music by George David Weiss, Hugo Peretti, and Luigi Creatore
Additional lyric by Lebo M
Arranged by Mark Mancina and Jay Rifkin
Produced by Jay Rifkin and Mark Mancina

4. Kube
Lyrics by Caiphus Semenya
Music by Caiphus Semenya and Lebo M
Arranged by JVT and Lebo M
Produced by Jay Rifkin and JVT

5. Lea Halalela (Holy Land)
Lyrics and music by Lebo M and Hans Zimmer
Arranged by Hans Zimmer and JVT
Produced by Hans Zimmer, Jay Rifkin, and JVT

6. It's Time
Lyrics and music by Lebo M, John Van Tongeren, and Jay Rifkin
Arranged by JVT and Lebo M
Produced by Jay Rifkin and JVT

7. One By One
Lyrics and music by Lebo M
Arranged by Lebo M

8. Warthog Rhapsody (unused song from the film)
Lyrics by Tim Rice
Music by Elton John
Arranged by Hans Zimmer and Bruce Fowler
Produced by Hans Zimmer, Jay Rifkin, and Mark Mancina

9. Lala
Lyrics and music by Lebo M, Hans Zimmer, and Jay Rifkin
Arranged by JVT
Produced by Jay Rifkin and JVT

10. Busa
Lyrics and music by Lebo M, Hans Zimmer, and Jay Rifkin
Arranged by JVT and Lebo M
Additional vocal arrangement by Mbogeni Ngema

11. Noyana
A Traditional African Folk Song
Arranged by Lebo M, JVT, and Jay Rifkin
Produced by Jay Rifkin and JVT

All songs co-produced by Lebo M, except "Warthog Rhapsody" and Hakuna Matata"

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