Oscar® winning composer Hans Zimmer and heralded guitarist Johnny Marr (The Smiths, Modest Mouse, The Cribs) will perform a special concert backed by a 20-piece orchestra Tuesday, July 13th. Immediately following the film’s Los Angeles premiere, the one-time concert takes place at the official after-party on the same day as the soundtrack, Inception: Music From The Motion Picture, is released by Warner Bros. Records. The performance will stream live to fans at www.ustream.tv/inceptionpremiere. Proceeds from tickets sold to the Inception film premiere and after-party event will benefit the Alliance for Climate Protection.
Zimmer will sign copies of Inception: Music From The Motion Picture at Amoeba Music, 6400 W. Sunset Blvd., in Los Angeles on Thursday, July 15th, at 8 pm. A midnight screening of Inception will follow at the nearby Arclight Hollywood Cinema, 6360 W. Sunset Blvd.
The first 200 fans to purchase the Inception Soundtrack fan pack will receive a movie poster, the CD soundtrack, a guaranteed place in line to meet Zimmer at the signing, and a ticket to the midnight screening – the first official showing of the film – at the Arclight Hollywood. Packages go on sale at Amoeba for $35 beginning on July 13th at 10:30 am.
Inception, directed by Christopher Nolan (Batman Begins, The Dark Knight) and starring an international cast led by Leonardo DiCaprio, opens nationwide in theatres and IMAX on July 16th.
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01. 1m00 Logos 0:44 02. 1m01 Cobb Meets Saito 2:05 03. 1m02 Extraction 7:04 04. 1m03 Audition 1:16 05. 1m06 I Don't Like Trains 1:05 06. 1m07 Hotel & Helicopter 6:06 07. 2m08 Miles Introduces Ariadne 4:52 08. 2m10 Physics & Subconscious 3:47 09. 2m11 Totem 1:14 10. 2m12 Thief & A Forger 1:48 11. 2m13 Mombassa Chase 2:37 12. 3m14 Penrose Steps & Sleepers 5:08 13. 3m15 Vultures Are Circling 3:14 14. 3m16 Strategy 7:02 15. 3m18 Dreams Or Memories 5:55 16. 4m19 En Route 3:30 17. 4m22 Insert 0:53 18. 4m22 Looking Into Limbo 5:57 19. 4m23 Saito's Fate 0:43 20. 4m24 Disappointed 1:38 21. 4m25 Mal & Cobb 6:57 22. 5m26 Into The Van 3:12 23. 5m27 Insert 2:45 24. 5m27 Mr. Charles 12:36 25. 5m28 Destabilization 2:42 26. 6m29 Planning The Diversion 1:21 27. 6m30-33 To The Complex 3:25 28. 6m35-36 It's A Trap 8:50 29. 6m37 Walking Through Limbo 4:43 30. 7m38 An Idea Is Like A Virus 2:22 31. 7m39-43 Truth Once Known 8:00 32. 7m44 Fischer & Son 3:27 33. 7m46 Honor Our Agreement 4:47 34. 7m47 Welcome Home Mr. Cobb 3:40 35. Kick It Suite 4:07 36. Mombassa Suite 4:59 37. Riff Suite 2:43 38. Time Suite 4:37
Sadly, the sooner this gets released, the sooner all this dumb drama will be over with and we can go on with our merry lives
Hi Mark G?
"fake"--says the guy who clearly hasn't heard any tracks that have recently leaked which line up perfectly in slate number, title, and run-time to this list ans which also contain no sound effects whatsoever.
and what you think Mr.Fate, it is gonna to leaked or not ..... in the far future00
Previous patterns suggest that when a tracklist is posted here, it will soon leak.
This tracklist was posted ages ago, on another site...
If "ages ago" means one and a half months, two months tops, then yes, this track list was to be found on another site ages ago.
I don't know if you guys are aware yet, but this has been leaked, and it is, so far, fully legit.
And just like that, everything is gone. Nothing like a good cleansing
Well, gladly it is over with this Garage (If it's not the one we know, he might be as sucker as the one we all hate). Fair enough: When the complete score is out, talk about it. While we wait, well... let's... wait... more? xD
I am almost embarrassed to say that it took over a day to figure out the significance of this post. I just thought that it was some random fuck that's who's just poking fun at a situation that nobody involved has any control over.
But then I remembered who David was and what he did. And now I am giving him attention that he does not deserve.
Hello! I am Vivaswan.upcoming composer.I would like to assist Mr.Zimmer sir.But i don't really know how to approach may be should i send a cd of my music i would like to know .Please can anyone guide me.Thank You
"Hans Zimmer and other composers from Remote Control do not accept demos or unsolicited audio/video material. Please, don't ask us how to contact them either." (About/Feedback of this website)
You need to contact him directly in his studio in Los Angeles, California. Throw this "Almost" Website th Ads will say "NO"
I believe someone a while back said the tracks aren't actually cues. That's incorrect. I edited the soundtrack and put stuff in the right order and they are cues indeed, just put together somewhat curiously on the album.
Really? Do tell!
I’ll admit right off the bat that pretty much all the tracks on the album are edited from their movie form. Also, there were times where I had to take little sections and put them together (for example, Half Remembered Dream + a small part of We Built Our Own World + the end of Paradox = the beginning scene, before "Projections" plays).
Nevertheless, watching the various scenes multiple times, I was able to determine the following:
Half Remembered Dream = opening logos
We Built Our Own World - the very beginning is used when Cobb is looking at his kids in the opening scene. Another part was used when the “dream team” enters the snowy area. The rest is more like a suite, I guess.
Dream is Collapsing is the “main” part of the end credits
Radical Notion is when Ariadne is building the dream and is attacked by the Mal projection
Old Souls is pretty much unused
528491 is when Fischer opens the safe in the “disappointed” scene, though the end kick is way bigger in the movie
Mombasa is obvious
One Simple Idea is a recurring motif, predominantly used when everyone is planning how their mission in Fischer’s subconscious will happen
Dream Within a Dream - the action part is used when they’re fighting projections in the snow level. The other half is used when Cobb and Ariadne are exploring Limbo.
Waiting for a Train is when Cobb is telling Ariadne about Mal’s failure to believe in reality; more obviously, though, it encompasses a lot of the scenes in Limbo/while they’re waiting for the final kick.
Paradox is when Cobb decides to “let Mal go” and subsequently drops into Limbo to get Saito
Time is the end scene
Projections is the opening scenes, from when we first see Saito to when Cobb is pushed into the bathtub.
Don’t Think About Elephants is BASICALLY the fight in the rotating hallway.
I believe Half-Remembered Dream which involves the opening logos, merges to the scene when Ariadne sneaks into Cobb's mind and sees him with Mal. Right when she turns to Ariadne and you hear the BANG! thats when We Built Our Own World begins.
Well, you're mostly right. I'm not going to nitpick at your breakdown, but there is one small detail I want to point out that applies to the whole OST.
Even though you described most of the scenes correctly, the majority of the music on the OST does not sound like the corresponding music in the film. By and large the OST is just a bunch of suites, whereas in the film things have been rearranged, extended, edited, etc. to fit with on-screen events.
Now, with that being said, I could make adjustments to the things you pointed out that were a bit off-center...or not.
Well I for one know 'Dont think about Elephants' is more from the last leg of the snow area scenes, up until Mal shoots Fischer and gets shot herself. Though it sounds slightly different and misses the middle section. The hallway scene just uses very similar music
As far as I recall, the track closest to the movie was 'Radical Notion'
The OST contains 5 theme suites :
Dream Is Collapsing Old Souls Mombasa One Simple Idea Time
Interesting....I wouldn't have considered Time or Mombasa to be suites.
well the Mombasa music is used in more than 1 scene
Time surprised me too tho
There are. "Welcome Home, Mr Cobb" is quite different (and to me, better) than the Time suite.
I agree; the film version is better. I just thought they were similar enough that they could be considered the same, with the album version perhaps being edited for a "better" listening experience.
Crap! I wish there was a way to have this beautiful masterpiece.
I don't even care about having these bootlegs...I just like the information/being able to hear them online occasionally. Oh, and the new covers that people make for them.
Way to be a negative Nancy there, Mike. We've seen (what we once thought as impossible) incredible leaks of the Pirates trilogy and demos for the 4th film, all 3 Transformers films in FLAC, the Dark Knight trilogy complete scores (2 in FLAC), etc. etc etc. yet you can sit here and deny to yourself that we won't get a legit complete release like that?
It WILL leak eventually and like the real end of the world, we may never know when that'll happen and when it does, it'll be big...then life will move on as normal and another score will cause just as much demand and dedication before it's leaked. And who knows maybe if we're lucky, Zimmer will compose a score that's not 40% ambient filler or overly aggressive action pieces. The Man of Steel I think will be the point where I draw a line between myself and Zimmer because he did okay with the Dark Knight but when I hear the Superman theme, I don't want to imagine The Thin Red Line.
Actually, it's not Zimmer I have the complaints with. It's Zack Snyder. I just simply don't like his style but I won't lie and say that I don't think him and Snyder could be a combo. We shall see.
He and Zimmer*
Personally from listening to the complete score in other formats i think the ost plus bonuses is more than enough. The score is really repetitive and you are not missing out on much, maybe a few different variations of the same cues. I understand there are some completists who would prefer this n complete form but for me it would be a time waster.
Cody, that's true, we have gotten all those--and what's the ONE we haven't seen pop up all this time? Inception. :P
DISC ONE (77:59) 01 - HALF REMEMBERED DREAM (1:11) 02 - WE BUILT OUR OWN WORLD (1:55) 03 - DREAM IS COLLAPSING (2:23) 04 - RADICAL NOTION (3:41) 05 - OLD SOULS (7:44) 06 - 528491 (2:23) 07 - MOMBASA (4:54) 08 - ONE SIMPLE IDEA (2:28) 09 - DREAM WITHIN A DREAM (5:04) 10 - WAITING FOR A TRAIN (9:30) 11 - PARADOX (3:25) 12 - TIME (4:36) 13 - PROJECTIONS (7:02) 14 - DON’T THINK ABOUT ELEPHANTS (5:35) 15 - THE HOTEL (2:37) 16 - SUBCONSCIOUS (1:30) 17 - STRANDED (1:22) 18 - COBB’S MEMORIES (2:29) 19 - JAMES AND PHILIPA (2:45) 20 - SEDATIVE (2:54) 21 - TIME (ALT) (1:25) 22 - PLANNING (1:06)
DISC TWO (77:56) 01 - I HAVE COME BACK FOR YOU (3:25) 02 - DREAM IS COLLAPSING (ALT) (7:42) 03 - TIME (ALT) (2:36) 04 - ROTATING HALLWAY (3:13) 05 - MASSIVE ATTACK! (6:32) 06 - WHAT DO YOU REMEMBER (1:12) 07 - MALLORIE (5:51) 08 - END CREDITS (7:06) 09 - NON, JE NE REGRETTE RIEN (2:23) 10 - ABOUN SALEHOUN (4:36) 11 - MIND HEIST * (2:10) 12 - TRAILER 2** (1:17) 13 - TRAILER 2B** (0:10) 14 - TEASER TRAILER *** (0:56) 15 - MOMBASA (ALT) (4:55) 16 - PARADOX (ALT) (1:53) 17 - LIMBO (3:10) 18 - DREAM WITHIN A DREAM (ALT) (5:06) 19 - TOTALLY BOXED (2:32) 20 - NEVER COMING BACK (2:48) 21 - THIRD LEVEL (1:56) 22 - GOOD AUTHORITY (1:21)
I just placed my order and I'll report back if it's legit.
Save your money, it's not.
looks like fanmade
Uh...I really don't want to be annoying, but Hybrid, do you happen to have an expanded tracklist for this movie? I just ask because you had one for At World's End...
If not, that's fine. I'm just curious.
We believe only in " Sessions ", nothing else, really save your money.
Also the including of mind heist, trailer and even teaser music is hilarious. Just to have something to fill the gaps... clearly a fan made.
That's what I thought. I just requested to have my order cancelled. Guess I just got a bit too excited.
I think I've seen this track list before. It wouldn't surprise me if it was another person who believed it to be legitimate--except this person could not be convinced otherwise. A startling number of tracks list here bare the same names (and lengths) as some tracks from one or more fan-made edits do.
Where can these fan-made edits be found? On the forum that cannot be linked to on this site. It is bloody awful that not only is there some charlatan out there profiting from unfortunate souls who don't know any better but also that he is gaining this profit by using material that is openly available and free to everyone. And there isn't a damn thing we can do about it.
IT'S A FAKE. I can guarantee it! I got it. it's just a fan made! Don't waste your time on it!
it's probably Mark G's updated release.
No. It is not from Mark G. Someone broke down the contents of this soundtrack (without ever even obtaining it) on the forum that cannot be linked to on this site. *** EDITED ***
@Mr. Fate: My reference to Mark G. was facetious. My point is that it's not anything worth investing money in. It isn't legit.
D A R T H
well... i have another version, i don't know if it a real or a fake version but it sound very good without any sfx (maybe a few, i don't know)
I know that Journey to the Line was used to set the tone for that track. Now, online I found a song, about a minute and a half in length, which sounds like a crossover between Journey to the Line and Time. It's supposedly an alternate mix of Time. If anyone knows what I'm referring to, is it real, or is someone just really good at editing?
Half Remembered Dream and We Built Our Own World are missing from the FYC. Does anyone know why? Could those two tracks be either Lorne Balfe or Johnny Marr?
"Half Remembered Dream" contains, of course, extrapolations of "Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien", but that does not explain, then, why "Waiting for a Train" is on the FYC (if you are correct in identifying what tracks are not present).
If anything on the OST is by Lorne Balfe, it would be "One Simple Idea", as an extended version of that track can be found on Balfe's site.
I have no guesses about "We Built Our Own World"--only that I don't think Johnny Marr actually wrote anything. He just contributed his guitar talent to the score, which is heard in probably half of the OST tracks. But that's all just a guess.
01 - Half Remembered Dream 0'34 02 - Projections 7'02 03 - Dream Is Collapsing 2'24 04 - One Simple Idea 7'51 05 - Radical Notion 3'44 06 - Mombasa 4'56 07 - We Built Our Own World 2'51 08 - Dream Within A Dream 5'06 09 - Don't Think About Elephants 5'35 10 - 528491 2'23 11 - Waiting For A Train 9'31
01 - Old Souls 7'46 02 - Paradox 3'26 03 - Time 4'36 04 - Inception 7'06 05 - Suite 6'59 06 - Inception (Junkie XL Remix) 9'10 07 - Mind Heist 2'10
this is from?
Doesn't matter where it's from. It's just the OST and bonus tracks arranged in film order (as best as they can be without one or two of them being split up into smaller cues), with the end credits ripped from the DVD/Blu-Ray, the JunkieXL remix, the trailer music, and...who really cares what that "suite" is?
It is a fact that there is a *minimum* of three expanded scores available that are superior to whatever this list is, and you should know where to find them.
i have a 39 tracks version with the slates it's calle recording sessions?? true or fake
Fake. Read any of the conversations I had with people that are just a few mouse scrolls down from your post.
Bottom line: you can't just *happen across* a complete score to a film of this magnitude. Things just don't happen that way.
Exactly what Mr. Fate said. What you have is a fake, you don't just happen to have recording sessions from a filmbof this magnitude
Film of this magnitude*. Sessions from a Zimmer film almost NEVER leak, the one exception I can think of is The Dark Knight. Whatever you think you have, is not what you think. The only legit thing any average Joe (meaning us and not the elitists) can have is the OST
ahhh ok it's fake, but even i saw the film and then checked with this version of 39 tracks and have the same music as the film, not variations or fx, just the same music as the film???
There's this tool called a DVD Audio Extractor that anyone can use to extract and separate DVD audio into 6 independent channels. A good majority of the audio for Inception is totally clean of SFX (once you get rid of channel 3, where all the dialogue occurs).
Whoever made that edit was only able to include the music that had absolutely no SFX in it (and he even failed at that to some extent). A good majority of the score is not included in those fake-ass "demo recording sessions" due to a door slamming there or gunshots here or rain, minor voice echoes, or a number of other SFX that the creator was unable to find a way to remove or filter out.
Hey Im new here and i want to know if doesnt bother you, what do you have against mark g cause I just want to know if its ok
Interest you are the first to reply Mr fate so what happen with that guy why you are angry with him
I lol'd--slightly less this time, but nevertheless, I still lol'd. Just read the conversations that happened over him and his dumbass, cold-hearted, scheming, evil mind. If you want the full story you'll have to search elsewhere--but not anywhere this website will let me type in without telling me "no spams please "because of links)".
Anonymous 2012-02-23 21:40:06 ahhh ok it's fake, but even i saw the film and then checked with this version of 39 tracks and have the same music as the film, not variations or fx, just the same music as the film
Anonymous 2012-02-25 11:00:51 Anonymous 2012-02-23 21:40:06 ahhh ok it's fake, but even i saw the film and then checked with this version of 39 tracks and have the same music as the film, not variations or fx, just the same music as the film
That sucks. Well for a fake, its some clean music for the most part. I just wish the real thing would leak already just to quiet down all those fan-boys. I'm only interested in it b/c I found the music awesome to listen to and it would be great to add to my "Complete Score" collection.