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That scene is one of the most gutwrenching I've seen in a film in a long, long time. And yes, Zimmer does his part to make it so. Oddly enough I find that piece to be no more than pleasant on album. Weird...Yes, it does! The cue is called "Who's They?"Does this have the music when the NASA people are explaining things to Cooper and Murphy at their base? I remember that being an interesting cue.I wasn't expecting it, but I found myself genuinely moved during the Years of Messages cue, when he realizes just how long he's been away, and sees his son as a grown up, and realizes now that he's a grandfather.... The music was so simple and yet so effective during that scene.FYC means "for your consideration." FYC is a 33-track promotional release from Paramount for Oscar consideration and is presently available in MP3 form.
That 'snoring' is holdover from track 18. It's meant to be there as it's part of the transition. It's not difficult to edit it out if you use the OST anyway.FINALLY!! Finally got my folks to let me see it.<br><br>GREAT film, beautiful music;<br>Average, run-of-the-mill album.Thank you ! :)Amen, Anonymous.Wow Hybrid you are such an asshole to people also your defense of Zimmer over OST fuck up is just pathetic.
I see you left off the "pt. 1" on I'm Going Home and S.T.A.Y. ;)<br><br>I have no idea why those are at the end of those tracks lol<br><br>I also changed "Imperfect Contact" to "Imperfect Lock" on my setIn regards to No Time For Caution <br><br>In retrospect, i didn't actually know what was annoying me about the "Zimmer" version until hearing the FYC version other than the fact it sounded so different. <br><br>Its the organ. Even though its not in the entire piece, its in the climax which is where it matters most. <br><br>The sound artefacts i think your hearing is to do with artificially increasing the volume. Don't run it on a normal media player, run it though iTunes or something (i use the Loudness setting on the equaliser)Apparently some reviews on foreign language Amazon sites have shown up that claim that the snoring noise at the beginning of track 19 disc 1 has been removed on newer copies of the cd. Can anyone confirm? Thanks.Yes this...is the cue list that's right above you in the official page. Well done.Actually I'm wondering if the Stay on OST isn't just a theme suite...<br><br>It has the part from Dreaming Of The Crash, and the big ending, quite different in the film version...
You arrived after the battle, and don't post links here please.<br><br>It'll be erased anyway.<br><br>I'm nice for the first warning...There is a "complete score" available online for free. It's only 192 kbps so not the best possible but it's better than nothing. There are 33 tracks totaling 1h58m. I did some ID3 cleanup and added cover. Enjoy.<br><br>https://mega.co.nz/#!FoVXQJ7K!w1OEBpuC7P9s18wFznD-_9P9ySglFD JyQhwI9OEcsbE<br><br>Nope!Finally, is there any version of "Quantifiable Connection" without noise??!Um... is this going to be released or is a fan-made ablum?<br>And what does FYC mean exactly?<br><br>Interstellar (Expanded Score) <br>Label: Unofficial Release
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Toby ChuSlamm Andrews
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Solace
Label: Spring Hill Music
Length: 51'
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  1. This Majestic Land (3'33)
  2. So You (3'54)
  3. Romance for Violin & Orchestra (4'35)
  4. Lachrymosa (2'46)
  5. Beloved (3'06)
  6. Renouncement (5'14)
  7. Jude's Theme (4'35)
  8. Nimbus (4'08)
  9. Elegy (for Joan) (4'18)
  10. Pie Jesu (4'03)
  11. Farewell (3'12)
  12. The Parting (7'48)
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