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What does that have to do with a distribution companies screw up???<br>All I want is my CD I ordered two months ago so I can listen to the man's music that IS great.Imagine if this happened :<br><br>Ludwig Van Beethoven writes the 9th Symphony, and after months and months of perfecting and fine tuning his genius, he finally reveals his vision to the world.<br><br>At the same time, a theatre group decides to use this amazing work of art as the background music to a play....<br><br>Some theatre audience members who were lucky enough to have experienced both versions of the symphony Are not happy  that the theatre changed one of the movements from the original composition to make it fit better with the plays narrative...<br><br>These same audience members camp outside Beethovens residence shouting their demands,  him to fix it. "FIT IT NOW!!" "THIS IS RIDICULOUS!!" Etc etc<br><br>Think about it.<br><br>Hans is a modern day Beethoven. He is a genius who composes stunning, unequalled works of art. Interstellar is his most recent masterpiece.<br><br>Who are you to question him?<br><br>Think about it.Nicely put Anonymous. There's a great book called "Scientific Creationism" (written by a creation scientist of course) which focuses totally on the many problems and inconsistencies with the evolutionary theory and provides extremely logical evidence in support of a young Earth and intelligent design.  It does not use  Biblical references or quotes so maybe some of the non-believers out there could check it out.  At the very least it may open up your minds to other possibilities.  Just my two cents.Hybrid, if the numbers mean nothing then it works both ways.  What makes millions of people who don't believe in God anymore right then the millions who do believe?  I do feel sorry for you if you are just expecting to feel nothing or be nothing after you're dead. What hopelessness that must be.<br><br>Zimson, I was not making up stories at all, I was merely giving you some of the creationist point of view arguments against evolution.  There really is a great deal of very strong anti-evolution evidence out there that should not just be brushed off. There are volumes written on the subject.  Many evolution scientists have acknowledged some of the problems with the theory but they would never consider the God /creation side of the argument because that goes against the humanistic approach most scientists prefer to pursue.  I understand why scientists would feel this way because simply believing that God created everything is too simple.  They have to prove their "intelligence" and faith-based beliefs are not scientific to them.  I get that but I also understand the power of God and faith which cannot be explained.<br><br>I respect the differing opinions here and I find this discussion very interesting.@anonymous <br>I used the word "crazy" cause you made up ridiculous stories to putatively disprove <br>things that are currently considered as scientific standard. The reason it can be called this way is that it's not so easy to do so. I would never consider someone crazy just because they believe in God.
The number means NOTHING... It's not because 5 billion human think God exist that the only one guy who says "no way" is wrong and deserves to be burnt. A big majority of Germans voted for Hitler out of despair in 1933, most of them were not racist assholes, and we can agree that the "number" made a big mistake there...<br><br>I'll go "Interstellar" on this but the problem is we experience time as a line, with past, present & future, and we assume there would be a "starting" point of origin. What if there's not... What if before Big Bang there was no "before", no time as we know it, in some sort of different dimension we can't even imagine ? We'll probably never explain all this...<br><br>Just like after death there's nothing to expect. No "after" either, no heaven or afterlife or anything... Not even void. And we won't even regret it, it's not like we'll keep thinking, we'll be no more... Theories, theories...<br><br>Well I have no problem if people want to believe in things, I blame people who tried throughout history to brainwash the whole planet (and generally quite violently) they THEY were RIGHT... Just don't throw your faith to my face... :)MacArthur, you are correct. That really is the problem for both evolution and creation, both models require that something came from nothing.  As for me, my faith in God allows me to believe that He was the originator. I'm not at all crazy as I think Ed or Zimson called me earlier.  There are millions and millions of believers in the world who believe in God and creation, I don't think we are all nuts.  When a person comes to understand and accept faith in God, then it is hard to explain but I believe God actually transforms that person's heart into believing His truths.  Those of you out there who believe in God and the Bible know exactly what I'm talking about.It really has!No, much much more complicated than that ! :)Good music from Hans, but let's face it: this soundtrack release has been a huge mess from start to finish :p
So this is a project that Hans collaborate with someone who's not from RCP? This Martin guy is a nobody so my guess is Hans is recruit to replace part of Martin's music.Like who ?Wasn't this originally getting a score by someone else within Zimmer's team?Honestly In the sense of this argument I think that it makes sense that God created the world rather than it just happening or evolving. <br><br>Think of it this way out of the nothingness came something. That is basically what evolution is. and Hybrid I just asked a question. that was truthfully a logical one. I'm not forcing God or Religion on anyone. I'm just asking questions. That just demand thought.<br><br>Emphases on nothingness."You can tell me whatever, I just take a curious look on what's around us, and I hardly believe there's a master plan written for all that... But I can understand humans need that to feel they "matter" and reinsure themselves. Who wants to go home and think "I'm useless on a random world", but this is just a mind trick I'm afraid to sleep better at night... :)"<br><br>Right! We're a tiny spot in the universe but we still want to believe someone out there cares about our little lifes. I wonder if all the intelligent alien species have developed a religion. We won't find out in our lifetime most likely.
"I believe that God created everything. Believing that everything just happened all by itself is like believing a tornado could blow through a junk yard and put all the pieces of garbage together to make a functional Boeing 747. It's absurd."<br><br>Evolution does happen by itself, but there's a system behind it and it works across species (group selection, etc.) - just like a software. And no reliable scientist will ever say the big bang just happened by itself, they will say that we don't know it for sure yet. <br>That's why science can't rule out a creator. Some super powerful being could have programmed a code and formed the laws of nature, but what we know for sure is, that no one interferes, because math works everywhere and every time.  <br>The only plausible explanation for me is that we're stuck in a never-ending cycle. Once the black holes will have absorbed all the matter in the universe they will form one super-black-hole. This state would be very similar to the one "before" the big bang.Why are you putting in my mouth words about evolution here ? Re-read I was never said a word... But the world is 6000 years old, built in 6 days (and probably flat too, we've been lied to !).<br><br>Some book said so ! Must be true !<br><br><br>And please creationists, don't try to play the smartass proving you're right by proving the others are wrong... *So proud of myself I destroyed your theory, I just forgot that mine doesn't make any fucking sense either !*<br><br>You don't have to be a genius and study the millions of animal species on this planet to see that living organisms on Earth tend to adapt, even physically, to their environment. I remember watching recently an interesting documentary about a species in Asia (don't remember which -_-), and a part of the animals went to Sri Lanka when it was still "attached" to India, and finally got trapped when Sri Lanka became an island. And the species ended up much different than its original cousins, with capacity to climb trees & stuff and adapt to life on the island.<br><br>You can tell me whatever, I just take a curious look on what's around us, and I hardly believe there's a master plan written for all that... But I can understand humans need that to feel they "matter" and reinsure themselves. Who wants to go home and think "I'm useless on a random world", but this is just a mind trick I'm afraid to sleep better at night... :)So far we are good... I knew that one for quite some time but wasn't really official yet...Good analogy anonymous, I couldn't have said it any better than that. <br><br>Don't forget, all the evolutionists can do is just keep adding billions and billions of years to the equation to try and laughably explain away every unexplainable aspect of evolution.  Who knows, maybe with enough years, that 747 just might be able to create itself too.<br><br>Zimson, one of the biggest problems with evolution is the lack of transitional fossils in the fossil record.  If for example a fish somehow turned into frog over billions of years, wouldn't you "logically" assume there would be as many half-fish half-frog fossils in the record as there are fish and frogs?  What, did they suddenly change overnight?  This is true of literally every species in the record.  Why are there not millions of half-ape, half-man skeletons either?  Every once in a while they find a jaw bone or something that is a little different and then try to claim that is proof of evolution.  There should be transitional human skeletal fossils in as much abundance as there are fully human ones but there aren't.Hybrid, whats the difference between believing mankind "just happened" or like you, believing that a supposed big bang "just happened" leading to all the intricacies and mechanical order of the universe and vast species of complex biological life?  By the way, I don't believe mankind "just happened", I believe that God created everything.  Believing that everything just happened all by itself is like believing a tornado could blow through a junk yard and put all the pieces of garbage together to make a functional Boeing 747.  It's absurd.
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Prince Of Persia - The Sands Of Time
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  1. The Prince Of Persia (5:20)
  2. Raid On Alamut (6:32)
  3. Tamina Unveiled (2:34)
  4. The King And His Sons (2:59)
  5. Dastan And Tamina Escape (4:31)
  6. Journey Through The Desert (2:55)
  7. Ostrich Race (0:59)
  8. Running From Sheik Amar (3:27)
  9. Trusting Nizam (4:37)
  10. Visions Of Death (1:46)
  11. So, You're Going To Help Me? (2:20)
  12. The Oasis Ambush (1:54)
  13. Hassassin Attack (2:59)
  14. Return To Alamut (3:05)
  15. This Is No Ordinary Dagger (4:39)
  16. The Sand Glass Chamber (3:09)
  17. Sands Of Time (3:58)
  18. Destiny (3:38)
  19. I Remain - Alanis Morissette (4:57)
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Warfighter reply Replies: 0 || 2013-04-16 03:27:17
Is it "true" the main theme was composed by HZ? Or is this just an urban legend. Considering this is a JB production; i imagine HZ was at the very least considered and possible involved in some way? Thanks!

Macejko reply Replies: 2 || 2012-12-09 21:22:00
I have a question, which was in my mind for a long time: didn't they consider Ramin Djawadi for this one? Because Prince of Persia would be a great fit for him, considering he is part iranian (persian).


Edmund Meinerts2012-12-10 12:02:26
Djawadi grew up in Germany, didn't he? Just because he has Iranian roots doesn't automatically make him the right choice. Correct me if I'm wrong but I THINK that the Persia shown in this movie probably has some slight differences to modern-day Iran. ;)


Macejko2012-12-10 12:31:50
You are, of course, right in every way, but I believe he knows a lot about iranian culture. I was just wondering, nothing more.

Tick Tock reply Replies: 2 || 2012-05-23 21:14:18
This is an Expaded Score Track list :)

1m1 Opening
1m2 Roof Escape
1m5 Alamut Treachery
2m6 I Must Pray
2m7-8 Climbing The Wall
2m9 The Victory
2m10 Dagger Lost And Found
2m11b Tamina Unveiled
2m11c Tamina Sees Knife And Dastan
2m14 Angry King
2m16 Kill Tamina
2m17 Dagger Sting
3m18 A Great Man
3m20 Dastan & Tamina Escape
3m22 River Rewind
3m24 Walk And Talk
4m32 Ostrich Race
4m32a Waitress Tamina
4m35 Over Here! R
4m38 Kings Coffin/ Trusting Nizam
4m40 Market Chase
5m44 Visions Of Death/ Training
5m45 Hassansins/ Sanctuary
5m47 Sands Of Time
5m49-50 Ostrich/ Snake Attack
5m52 The Hassansin Attack
6m55 Cave Whip Fight
6m56-59 Back To Alamut
6m70 Seso Fight And Death
6m71-74 Tus Uses The Dagger
7m75 Sand Drain
7m77 Dastan Fights Nizam
7m78 The Fall & Final Battle
7m81 Nizam Exposed
7m82 Nizam Over The Edge
7m83 Walk With Me
7m85 Tail Montage


Mr. Fate2012-05-24 01:03:44
ALRIGHT! Compared to the track list posted immediately below THIS one, we've lost the track lengths, but we now have slate numbers. Hooray for progress!


Expanded2012-05-24 20:12:30
Expanded Score


1. Opening (2:31)
2. Roof Escape (3:14)
3. Alamut Treachery (1:54)
4. I Must Pray (1:01)
5. Hassansins Sanctuary (1:50)
6. Climbing the Wall (3:51)
7. The Victory (3:40)
8. Dagger Lost and Found (1:19)
9. Tamina Unveiled (1:55)
10. Tamina Sees Knife and Das (0:56)
11. Angry King (2:19)
12. Kill Tamina (0:44)
13. Dagger Sting (0:17)
14. A Great Man (3:33)
15. River Rewind (5:29)
16. River Rewind (alternate) (1:15)
17. Walk and Talk (6:25)
18. Ostrich Race (0:45)
19. Over Here! (3:30)
20. Waitress Tamina (0:46)
21. Market Chase (4:41)
22. Visions of Death (3:46)
23. Sands of Time (5:42)
24. Snake Attack (1:56)
25. The Hassansin Attack (4:40)
26. Cave Whip Fight (1:57)
27. Back to Almut (3:56)
28. Seso Fight and Death (3:00)
29. Tus Uses the Dagger (7:07)
30. Sand Drain (4:13)
31. Dastan Fights Nazam (2:05)
32. The Fall & Final Battle (2:27)
33. Nazam Exposed (2:27)
34. Nazam Over the Edge (0:32)
35. Walk With Me (4:50)
36. Tail Montage (7:06)

They are missing tracks on the expanded score ;- Trust nizam & dastan and tamina escape and Ostrich track when Sheik Amar areested dastan and tamina........ where are these tracks ?

tomPoland reply Replies: 1 || 2011-11-05 10:24:40
Expanded score showed up


1. Opening (2:31)
2. Roof Escape (3:14)
3. Alamut Treachery (1:54)
4. I Must Pray (1:01)
5. Hassansins Sanctuary (1:50)
6. Climbing the Wall (3:51)
7. The Victory (3:40)
8. Dagger Lost and Found (1:19)
9. Tamina Unveiled (1:55)
10. Tamina Sees Knife and Das (0:56)
11. Angry King (2:19)
12. Kill Tamina (0:44)
13. Dagger Sting (0:17)
14. A Great Man (3:33)
15. River Rewind (5:29)
16. River Rewind (alternate) (1:15)
17. Walk and Talk (6:25)
18. Ostrich Race (0:45)
19. Over Here! (3:30)
20. Waitress Tamina (0:46)
21. Market Chase (4:41)
22. Visions of Death (3:46)
23. Sands of Time (5:42)
24. Snake Attack (1:56)
25. The Hassansin Attack (4:40)
26. Cave Whip Fight (1:57)
27. Back to Almut (3:56)
28. Seso Fight and Death (3:00)
29. Tus Uses the Dagger (7:07)
30. Sand Drain (4:13)
31. Dastan Fights Nazam (2:05)
32. The Fall & Final Battle (2:27)
33. Nazam Exposed (2:27)
34. Nazam Over the Edge (0:32)
35. Walk With Me (4:50)
36. Tail Montage (7:06)
37. Trusting Nizam (Film Version) (4:37)


Anonymous2011-11-05 20:07:15
Nope. Some mistakes in that version.

Bondo reply Replies: 2 || 2011-07-04 11:35:56
Does anyone know if Margeson's 'additional arrangements' are on this OST?


Evenstar2011-07-04 20:42:51
Margeson is everywhere :D


Bondo2011-07-04 22:37:28
Yeah, apparently he's the new Lorne Balfe! :P

pureocean reply Replies: 1 || 2010-07-17 00:00:00
Exactly as I expected, boring musics...

Disney's composer choice was wrong. Music Composer should be Stuart Chatwood & Hans Zimmer.

I advice everybody to listen of Stuart Chatwood's Prince of Persia game-series soundtrack compositions from Youtube.


Snake2011-06-06 05:11:53
pureocean.

This is an amazing score. Too bad for you that you haven't listened to the soudtrack well. Not every score should have epic tracks. NO! Because if it has them, the score would be boring!!!! This score has everything that every film score should have; relaxed, serious, dramatic and epic tracks among others which means this score is very complete and selective. Like Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Not every movie should have Hans Zimmer in charge of the music department (even I'm a fan of him). Besides, Zimmer wouldn't work with Chatwood because he only works with his disciples and former disciples such as Henry Jackman, Steve Jablosnky, Ramin Djawadi and even Harry Gregson-Williams himself. This was the right decision from Disney to put Harry Gregson-Williams in charge of the music because he's very well prepared for every film genre including this one and because he has experience working in the videogame industry if you didn't know and that's reason why I think it was the right decision for this movie. And by the way, the music from the game is good, but not that good. For the game, I always thought that Chatwood wasn't the right choice as a composer and Ubisoft should have included Michael Giacchino, Jeremy Soule or even Gregson-Williams because of their previous works in the videogame industry. Also, Chatwood only works on videogames, not in films.

HGW4 reply Replies: 0 || 2010-07-17 00:00:00
@pureocean
Actually, it is a great score; but not everyone has the same taste...are you sure you listened carefully :) I have to say, it is one of the best scores Harry Gregson-Williams has produced since Narnia. I think it deserves much praise!

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2010-07-04 00:00:00
ok is not bad good!

unknowncode reply Replies: 0 || 2010-06-13 00:00:00
amazing

Nerwen reply Replies: 0 || 2010-06-01 00:00:00
I've been listening to the soundtrack over and over again and I can admitt that I love it!!

There are a lot of things that identify HGW as its composer - like it's own mark on the music, Hans has it as well - and there are some particular themes I love! There is one in particularlly that reminds me something though I can't quite put my finger on it!

However, loved the soundtrack.

I've heard it before watching the movie - a thing I like a lot - and I couldn't wait till I watched the movie and give my opinion about it as a whole.

As for the movie; well, I'm not a fan of the video-game - never played it before - but I loved the movie every much! It's very Disney and Jerry, if you know what I mean, and adding this wonderful score gives an epic dimension to the movie.

Great Jobs Harry and thank you for the amazing music you've created... ^_^

gab reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-31 00:00:00
I've already watched the movie...twice to be exact:) plan to watch it again for the third time...I love Dastan and Tamina tandem and the best track for me was when Dastan and Tamina escape...two thumbs up for the whole casts...one of the best movie i ever watched..:))

DK reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-30 00:00:00
Sounds really good so far! The movie was awesome! Haven't had time to listen to the whole thing yet, but does anyone know if the music when Dastan uses The Dagger for the first time is on here? Possibly The Dagger's theme? Maybe it's "This Is No Ordinary Dagger?" Loved the music at that part, awesome.

DK reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-30 00:00:00
Yes! You were right! It is "Dastan And Tamina Escape". It starts right at about 3:24. Love It.

Miles reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-30 00:00:00
I haven't seen the movie yet, but I think it's on "Dastan and Tamina Escape."

blondie reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-29 00:00:00
Well I just saw PoP and the movie and the score blew my socks off!! Thanks so much Harry, I've been waiting for a really good score from you since Prince Caspian! Shrek 4 is great as well! Keep up the good work and dont think twice about doing a PoP sequel if there is one!!!

Cloud reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-27 00:00:00
I don't know about the digital release, but the track titles on the back cover of the physical release are a bit different.

Miles reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-27 00:00:00
It looks like I was right: Tracks 11, 15, 16, and 17 do have different names depending on whether it's a US or UK release. No matter; it's still a good score--rich, epic and exotic.

HGW4 reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-26 00:00:00
I LOVE this score!!!! Job well done!!! Fulfilled my need for a new Harry Gregson-Williams' score!!!! :)

tomPoland reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-25 00:00:00
There are lots of 'borrowings' from other scores (HGW and others). But it works quite well in the movie. Especially to someone that doesn't know who HGW is (like my friends;).

HGW4 reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-24 00:00:00
I agree...where are you guys getting this from? This is a great score...again Harry Gregson-Williams has composed a great score!

Andrew reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-24 00:00:00
Miles, I think what that person is referring to is the similarities between a small portion of the theme that starts around 0:37 in track 1 of Prince of Persia, and the love theme in Mummy Returns. Though it's too small to be called "Copy".

I too agree with HGW4, this is one of the better Gregson-Williams in recent years. I don't consider myself a hardcore Gregson-Williams fan, but I even enjoyed the bits that many people are calling "generic".

Two thumbs up!

Miles reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-23 00:00:00
Are you kidding? It sounds nothing like The Mummy Returns!

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-23 00:00:00
There is no theme just a copy of Silvestri's Mummy Returns ! It's a shame and the action sequences are musically bad ! Where is the HGW of Kingdom of Heaven and Sinbad ?

Miles reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-22 00:00:00
I mean Indiana's comment, of course. I like what I've heard so far!

Miles reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-22 00:00:00
Most reviews of the film itself I've seen disagree with you...

HGW4 reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-22 00:00:00
Actually...it is a very GOOD score!

Indiana reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-22 00:00:00
Very bad score !

Miles reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-18 00:00:00
Oh yeah, I like that one too. :)

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-17 00:00:00
It's good, but i wish there was some memorable theme. Something I could whistle while going to school:)

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