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Ridley Scott really needs to get his sh*t together.Well, I'm pretty sure that he would not lie when saying we wouldn't hear any of the score until the movie releases..Fair enough. I wonder if the difference in styles of both composers will be audible. 30 minutes is quite a lot of music, and I guess most of it is gonna play in prominent scenes...<br><br>Seriously, Ridley Scott needs to find a good composer and stick to him, because the last few years have been... hum... (with the exception of The Counselor, which was really cool).Well the scores are completely different, the teams & all... Exit Henry Jackman & James McKee Smith, welcome Lorne, Dom & Paul Mounsey... But yeah I agree, just like Begins sounds more collaborative than TDK...Completely agree. This soundtrack album is a real pleasure to listen to, while the first one... not so much imo.
this score feels a lot more cohesive than the first one. anyone else feel that way too? the first one felt like it had 2 different sounds, the Powellish stuff and the Zimmerish stuff, but this one is more "together" and has a unified sound all throughout.Well... maybe.  The brief bit that opens it is unidentified, as is the piece that beings at 2:00 and continues until the familiar teaser piece begins.  Everything else though has been identified as not Zimmer.as for the previous comment, it was percussion along the deshi basara mold, nothing very excitingIglesias was only hired for his nationality, like most spanish composers on big Hollywood films... Since the films are partly shot in Spain, they pay less taxes with that (think Navarette on Wrath of the Titans, Lucas Vidal on Fast 6, Banos on Ron Howard's next)... Which is sad... In some cases some are really just puppets... But Iglesias is gonna have his name on some big movie, he doesn't really care...<br><br>And HGW ? Well he saved Prometheus at the last minute, he's just Ridley's current fireman, proving there was no hard feeling after the butchering of Kingdom Of Heaven... lolI'm not surprised Marc Streitenfeld was not asked back after Prometheus....
Very nice, do you have some more information to share about this score? I'm very curious to know why Scott asked HGW to write such a big amount of music on his side...Whatever it's from, it does sound very....spacious. It has this almost ethereal, very calming beauty to it.For once, I don't doubt this is actual Zimmer music. :)Fact, no rumor... It's funny how it's twisted in every way...<br><br>Iglesias was helped by Jusid... HGW wrote 30 min on his side.1 disc? nooooooo :D
youtube.com/watch?v=7yxaUi8LIzE<br>Pretty much all the music in this featurette sounds like it's *probably* from the movie.Rumors are surfacing: Harry Gregson-Williams and Federico Jusid joined Alberto Iglesias for "Exodus"... Real?In Germany it's out three days earlier (Spidey was even 11 days earlier on the market).<br>Komponist: Hans Zimmer<br>Audio CD (14. November 2014)<br>Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 1<br>Label: Sony Classical (Sony Music)<br>ASIN: B00OTB14SII asked Atli, don't worry it's coming. Just a little delayed...People are starting to talk about the movie (and its score) on the internet! People who have seen it, of course.<br><br>I won't spoil it since I guess some people want to be fully surprised, but according to some imdb comments, the music is incredible and radically different from all past Zimmer scores!
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Label: Extreme Music
Length: 70'51
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CD1
  1. Adventure of a Lifetime (No Choir) (1:09)
  2. ASAP (No Choir) (2:27)
  3. Asimov (No Choir) (2:11)
  4. Calamity (No Choir) (1:40)
  5. Call to Arms (No Choir) (0:56)
  6. Crusaders (No Choir) (1:56)
  7. Day Becomes Night (No Choir) (2:19)
  8. Destiny of Mankind (No Choir) (1:51)
  9. Divine Intervention (No Brass - No Choir) (2:09)
  10. Divine Intervention (No Choir) (2:09)
  11. Down With The Enterprise (No Choir) (2:56)
  12. Dreams of the Dead (No Choir) (1:55)
  13. Equus (No Choir) (2:35)
  14. Equus (No Snare) (No Choir) (2:36)
  15. Fields of Blood (No Choir) (2:39)
  16. Fill My Heart (No Choir) (2:23)
  17. Forces of Destiny (No Choir) (2:28)
  18. Freedom Fighters (No Choir) (2:28)
  19. Goddysey (No Choir) (2:27)
  20. Heart of Courage (No Choir) (1:57)
  21. Hypnotica (No Choir) (2:09)
  22. Infinite legends (No Choir) (2:01)
  23. Legions of Faith (No Choir) (2:40)
  24. Moonlight Armies (No Choir) (2:48)
  25. Never Forget (No Choir) (2:25)
  26. Perchance to Dream (No Choir) (2:00)
  27. Protectors of the Earth (No Choir) (2:50)
  28. Red Carpets (No Choir) (0:59)
  29. Rising Force (No Choir) (1:51)
  30. Shadows of Beauty (No Choir) (2:30)
  31. The Crossing (No Choir) (2:03)
  32. Undying Love (No Choir) (2:30)
  33. Voyager (No Choir) (1:13)
  34. White Witch (No Choir) (2:41)
CD2
  1. ASAP (Choir) (2:26)
  2. ASAP (Voice) (Choir) (2:26)
  3. Asimov (Choir) (2:10)
  4. Calamity (Choir) (1:40)
  5. Call to Arms (Choir) (0:56)
  6. Crusaders (Choir) (1:57)
  7. Day Becomes Night (Choir) (2:19)
  8. Destiny of Mankind (Choir) (1:52)
  9. Divine Intervention (Choir) (2:09)
  10. Down With The Enterprise (Choir) (2:56)
  11. Dreams of the Dead (Choir) (1:55)
  12. Equus (Choir) (2:35)
  13. Equus (No Snare) (Choir) (2:35)
  14. Fallout (Choir) (2:30)
  15. Fateful Night (Choir) (2:22)
  16. Fill My Heart (Choir) (2:23)
  17. Forces of Destiny (Choir) (2:29)
  18. Goddysey (Choir) (2:27)
  19. Heart of Courage (Choir) (1:57)
  20. Hypnotica (Choir) (2:09)
  21. Infinite legends (Choir) (2:01)
  22. Legions of Faith (Choir) (2:40)
  23. Moonlight Armies (Choir) (2:48)
  24. Never Forget (Choir) (2:25)
  25. Never Forget (Voice) (Choir) (2:18)
  26. Perchance to Dream (Choir) (1:59)
  27. Perilous Journey (Choir) (2:10)
  28. Protectors of the Earth (Choir) (2:50)
  29. Rising Force (Choir) (1:51)
  30. Smell of Victory (Choir) (1:53)
  31. The Crossing (Choir) (2:03)
  32. Undying Love (Choir - Extended Mix) (2:52)
  33. White Witch (Choir) (2:41)
  34. ASAP (Voice) (2:27)
  35. Calamity (Remix) (1:49)
  36. Calamity (Strings Only) (1:41)
  37. Never Forget (Voice) (2:18)
  38. Perchance to Dream (Choir - Pop) (2:00)
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kakashi reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-22 00:00:00
@RuthlessGravity

I have the albums, i just wanted to make sure that this was the final track list, as there are various that are going around.

RuthlessGravity reply Replies: 0 || 2009-12-28 00:00:00
@ Miles & Kakashi
They are non-obtainable for the public as they are industry only. Though Two Steps From Hell are creating a public album, dont know when it will be released.

The tracklists come from the CD's themselves.

Brad reply Replies: 0 || 2009-12-28 00:00:00
I have these CDs and let me tell you they're a great listen. Though there are only a handful that have immediate re-playability (?). Calamity (Strings Only) and Freedom Fighters (No Choir) are probably the two best on this album and hopefully, when TSFH releases its public album, they'll make the cut.

kakashi reply Replies: 0 || 2009-12-15 00:00:00
admins: where did you get these tracklists?

Miles reply Replies: 0 || 2009-12-14 00:00:00
Where can you find this?

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