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Good score, it's just that it seems Jablonsky's become too repetitive so early in his career. You could also say that he has developed a particular style of his own, but I think he should really try to sound less repetitive.
Great score. Somebody said it didn't sound like a Jablonsky score - trust me, it sounds just like that. It's far more listenable that The Island or The Texas Chainsaw Massacre scores, though some of the action parts seem very similar. The main theme (Imoogi) is without a doubt the highlight and whenever it appears throughout the score, it's just gorgeous. So is the folk song Arirang, a great arrangement by Jablonsky. On the other hand, the action material is not even close to Transformers. But all in all, D-War is easily one of the better Jablonsky scores - Steamboy and Transformers still lead the way for me.
I wouldnt say unoriginal.It actually sounds nothing like a regular Jablonsky Score. He obviously had a different conductor than Blake Neely,Nick Glennie Smith, or Pete Anthony would are the usually conductors. But its definetly original. Transformers was a great score but it was more like a culmination of all the technuques of the past scores into one gigantic score. This score is like if Steamboy had a darker sequel this would be it.
I forgot to mention.. HOw FANTASTIC does the last track Arirang sound? Can't wait to play that track loud! Very uplifting indeed! The guys at Remote Control are the best and i can't wait for Steve Jablonsky to find his own true sound. I think we are going to hear some amazing music in the future from him.