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New YouTube playlist: <br>Hans Zimmer - Film Scores. <br> vla_glc<br><br>I don't understand how they chose that cover:<br>Time (arr. guitar) [Music Lab Collective]<br><br><br>Strength and honor!<br><br>One of this score's best and most underrated moments, especially in the context of the film, is the introduction of the Kraken's theme in "Row to Tia Dalma". The tense buildup while Gibbs describes the creature's horrors, then the brief pause as he names it, followed by the theme in the absolute lowest registers of the orchestra, quiet, but so so so menacing and also just SUPER FUCKING COOL.<br><br>It gives me goosebumps every time, in a *dialogue scene*. That is incredibly good musical storytelling.Edmund: And posted their one-sentence review of it on the Hans Zimmer fan site.Anything missed from the official release?oh damn really? huh that would be cool. even with the ultimate edition there’s still deleted scenes and I wish they were put on the Blu ray.<br><br>it plays during the scene after the knightmare when Clark is looking through the polaroids that say judge jury executioner on them. i don’t remember if that’s an extended scene or not as I’ve only seen the theatrical cut once in theaters. one and done lol
"Chicken Run really makes you FEEL like you're in a concentration camp." - IGNI guess it comes from a deleted scene where Jesse Eisenberg gets playful with his dinner. Rumor has it it's gonna be included in the Snyder Cut.I love the notion of Barack Obama and IGN teaming up to review 20 year old film scores.Smoothly done soundtrack. IGN - 10/10what the hell is Quaker steak and lube????
I disagree on Catwoman. I love Zimmer's theme and I thought it is one of his most underrated themes.Loved the new tracks!<br><br>Hans & Chris really did something special.<br><br>I enjoyed the Tenet score, but honestly Ludwig's work doesn't compare to Zimmer's. I just hope they work together again instead of Chris choosing Ludwig as his main collaborator from now on.Agreed.<br><br>I don’t know, TDKR feels a little oppressive to me in comparison with BB and TDK , probably as a result of Nolan’s musical tastes veering away from symphonic to more abstract. Reading the new book on Nolan gives me the impression that he has a very similar approach to his music as he does his filmmaking. With that said though, TDKR is still a solid conclusion to the franchise. Bane’s theme is excellent and the culmination of the various “Bat-Themes” do feel well earned. Catwoman’s theme is solid, but for some reason is dropped from most of the movie in favor of the repeating two-note phrase.<br><br>@Moggyman<br>Honestly I feel as if JNH’s work on the first two Hunger Games sequels showed a strong improvement in writing and theme building. The last score was a bit too much of a pastiche, but orchestrally a stronger fit than the first one. And “Crimes of Grindelwald” is easily one of the best sequel scores in the past few years (alongside Star Wars and HTTYD). Unfortunately we still don’t have a good album situation for that though. -_-Counterpoint: I liked Crimes of Grindelwald more than the first Fantastic Beasts. And forget Hanging Tree - "Air Raid Drill" from the first and "Sewer Attack" from the second Mockingjay are the best cues from that series. Plus, JNH honestly hasn't worked on that many sequels so we don't really have enough to go on here. <br><br>I think having JNH on board for Catwoman would have done wonders for this score. Hans' theme is okay, but feels like a bit of an afterthought compared to Bane.TDK & TDKR have amazing theme suites.<br><br>But as for the scores in film, they don't even get close to Batman Begins !
I like Tom but idk he's gone downhill in my book. Alita was boring, i was over the moon excited for Terminator cause that was a perfect mix and it was disappointed big time. I'd love to hear Steve Jablonsky tackle that and get back to being as great as he used to, he has been phoning it in big time latelyOk, before I eat my words, JNH did create the Hanging Tree in Mockingjay p1 which was good, but nothing else other than that in the sequels.For being the so called "weakest", it's very good. And if you think that Bane's theme is repetitive, I would say the same about the Joker's theme in TDK (to me they are both good though). <br><br>Now in all fairness, JNH could have probably added good material to the score since he's a genius, but I personally think he doesn't do well on sequels. Sure, in TDK he gave harvey dent a theme that resonated with his character (but was similar to material already used in BB). Yet, if you look at his work in the hunger games, its seems to me that he couldn't bring something both new and compelling to the sequels as he did in the first movie. I will agree with you that Batman Begins has the best music of the series though.After re-listening to this one, it's clearly the weakest of the trilogy. Of course it's not bad, the new themes are pretty good (though I think Bane's theme is a bit too repetitive and dry at times), there's still emotional moments, but JNH's absence really left a hole in this score.<br><br>I get to an extent that's the point, that all of Bruce's potential for a happy life is gone, but even the emotional tracks to me have nowhere near the emotional resonance that JNH's themes brought to the films. <br><br>"Come With Me" is the best example, where the slow emotional Selina Kyle chords just don't leave much of an impact. Definitely could have used JNH's "Courthouse Pt. 1" or the main theme from "Bruce Left For Dead" to emphasize Bruce's giving up of a quiet life. <br><br>Of course I still appreciate the way the 2 note motif is developed into a theme of its own, as well as the score as a whole, but then you get tracks like "Many Forms of Immortality" which just emphasize how much more effective the thematic work in Batman Begins was.It could also be Tom, who worked on Run All Night, and is already an established DC composer<br>Either way I'll be happy

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  1. The Storm That Brought Me To You (4:50)
    Tina Dico, Neil Davidge, Ramin Djawadi
  2. There Is A God In You (1:38)
    Ramin Djawadi
  3. Perseus (6:33)
    Ramin Djawadi
  4. You Can't Hide From Hades (3:30)
    Ramin Djawadi, Noah Sorota
  5. Medusa (4:07)
    Ramin Djawadi
  6. Scorpiox (3:23)
    Ramin Djawadi, Noah Sorota
  7. Argos (1:53)
    Ramin Djawadi
  8. You Fall, You Die (1:14)
    Ramin Djawadi
  9. Written In The Stars (2:54)
    Ramin Djawadi
  10. Pegasus (2:22)
    Ramin Djawadi
  11. Bring Everything (But The Owl) (1:47)
    Ramin Djawadi
  12. Killed By A God (1:50)
    Ramin Djawadi
  13. Djinn (1:56)
    Ramin Djawadi, Bobby Tahouri
  14. Eyes Down (4:19)
    Ramin Djawadi, Dominic Lewis
  15. You Were Saved For A Reason (1:20)
    Ramin Djawadi
  16. Redemption Through Blood (2:14)
    Ramin Djawadi, Noah Sorota
  17. I Have Everything I Need (3:15)
    Ramin Djawadi
  18. King Acrisius (2:27)
    Ramin Djawadi
  19. It's Expensive Where You're Going (2:50)
    Ramin Djawadi, Dominic Lewis
  20. Be My Weapon (10:09)
    Neil Davidge, Bobby Tahouri
  21. The Best Of Both (1:29)
    Ramin Djawadi
  22. Release The Kraken (6:03)
    Ramin Djawadi, Geoff Zanelli
  23. It's Almost Human Of You (3:15)
    Ramin Djawadi
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Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-30 00:00:00
Hopefully Ramin & co have now caught up on their sleep.

Miles reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-30 00:00:00
I apologize for any overprotectiveness. On the Internet you're not exactly able to pick up on the subtleties of a statement. It's just that "ghost writer" gives the impression that someone did all the real work and Djawadi gets all the credit. "All hands on deck" seems very appropriate, though!

Andrew reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-29 00:00:00
Funny that they failed to mention the same or similar terminologies for Batman Begins, Dark Knight and Transformers, all of which seem to have been influential for creating the music for Clash of the Titans...

Bou reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-29 00:00:00
From Variety Review of the movie :

"The most satisfying creative element, actually, is Ramin Djawadi's operatic score."

Very promising!

zack reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-28 00:00:00
for the record, I loved RD's iron man score...

........... reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-28 00:00:00
i went to the recording sessions... the score is awseome!

Brad reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-27 00:00:00
Ok, I don't even have the album yet but from what I'm hearing from the previews its nothing like Iron Man, and for me thats a very good thing. The only song that had any real replay-ability was "Driving With The Top Down." I've listened to previews of this album many times over and I'm so eager to get it. Great job Ramin!

Miles reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-26 00:00:00
From what I've been hearing, it's not "Iron Man 2" at all.

Bou reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-25 00:00:00
let's hope it will be not an Iron Man 2

tomPoland reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-25 00:00:00
We have be patient and wait for rejected score bootleg:(

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-25 00:00:00
Noooooooooo! TIH was amazing and somewhat refreshing after RCP action scores. Now we will have something that will probably look like From Paris With Love

RuthlessGravity reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-25 00:00:00
I like Craig Armstrong as much as the next Craig Armstrong fan. Though I wouldn't have him onboard with this score. The movie requires alot of power, Craig could deliver but somehow I would believe it wouldn't deliver ENOUGH. Neil Davidge is a pretty good guy, and Battle in Seattle had alot of good music from the man.

Somehow, I would have thrown Lorne Balfe in there somewhere - but that's just me.

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-24 00:00:00
Honestly, I don't care about Armstrong's score...

He got rejected, so what ?

I mean, we're getting a Ramin score, which he had 3 weeks to do...

I'm not the producers, but they decided something... Deal with it, stop complaining...

You're concluding on things you haven't even listened...

Miles reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-24 00:00:00
We won't know for sure until somone finds a print of Armstrong's score and bootlegs it or something. If you'd check out the clips, you'd see that Djawadi didn't do such a bad job, considering. I'm still humming that theme!

Geoffrey reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-24 00:00:00
pffff...djawadi is not able to compose something nice. Armstrong did an incredible score on an Incredible Hulk ;-)....but when Warner bros releases a movie that takes place in Grece iit's always the same...the perfect score is rejected. Remember : Troy was supposed to get a score from Gabriel Yared end waht happened? He was replaced by James Horner..

easton reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-24 00:00:00
Still a shame Armstrong's score got rejected. He's a far better composer than Djawadi.

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-24 00:00:00
Clips from the soundtrack can now be heard on the movie's official Warner Bros. page.

Sato reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-24 00:00:00
Cool !

easton reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-24 00:00:00
listened to the sound clips on the site and while I must admit that it doesn't sound half as bad as I expected, it's fairly generic. Then again, so far I have yet to be inpressed by the current batch of RM composers (Djawadi, Orvarsson, Zanelli), they all sound the same. Whereas Gregson-Williams, Powell, Mancina all had a sound of their own.

Anyway, hopefully someday we'll be able to hear Armstrong's score.

Ravi Krishna reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-24 00:00:00
Track samples are up in the Amazon MP3 downloads page too. I believe the release by Watertower on the 30th is a digital download, and a physical CD will be coming on Sony Classical later in April.

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-24 00:00:00
update 09/01/10 (From Craig Armstrong's Website)
Craig Armstrong & Massive Attack working on
Clash of the Titans score
It was rumoured that Matt Bellamy from the band Muse was going to be working on the Clash of the Titans score. Due to scheduling conflicts this is no longer going to happen.
Instead, director Louis Leterrier has brought onboard Massive Attack member Neil Davidge to provide additional music for the forthcoming film.

(Extract from an interview with Director Louis Leterrier) for questions about Muse, the soundtrack, who's doing it and all of that, Leterrier was more than happy to tell the story.

"It was not Muse ever, it was Matt Bellamy [who I spoke to about providing music]. I love Muse, I'm the biggest Muse fan ever, but I wanted something a little different," Leterrier explained. "[Matt] wrote a lot of stuff, but he started his tour. So not so long ago, he called me and he was like 'Louis, I'm so sorry. I have to be respectful to my audience and professional and I have to stop on 'Clash.'"

Even if Bellamy had participated, the task of scoring the movie was never going to be his alone. "It was too big of a score," Leterrier explained. "Craig Armstrong, who did my ['Incredible Hulk'] score-- Craig, he was going to write the score and Matt Bellamy was going to come in and do... maybe 30 minutes of music."

Now, new plans are in place. "Craig Armstrong is still doing the score and I called my friend Neil Davidge from Massive Attack to replace Matt for the areas that Matt was doing. So it'll be Craig Armstrong and Massive Attack, which is pretty exciting."

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-24 00:00:00
Does it irritate anyone else that this score along with pretty much every other MV/RCP score gets bashed 24/7 at the FilmScoreMonthly board?

Kaya reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-24 00:00:00
Don't get sucked into the pretentiousness that is the FSM and JW Fan boards.

Ravi Krishna reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-23 00:00:00
The tracklist is up at Watertower Music's official site. 8-)

Bou reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-23 00:00:00

The Storm That Brought Me To You - Neil Davidge, Tina Dico, Ramin Djawadi
There Is A God In You
You Can't Hide From Hades
You Fall, You Die
Written In The Stars
Bring Everything (But The Owl)
Killed By A God
Eyes Down
You Were Saved For A Reason
Redemption Through Blood
I Have Everything I Need
King Acrisius
It's Expensive Where You're Going
Be My Weapon - Neil Davidge
The Best Of Both
Release The Kraken
It's Almost Human Of You

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-23 00:00:00
Ha damn guys can't you just wait for me to put the tracklist myself ?

I hate to see it in the comments !!!

Even I need to sleep LOL !!! :D

Cloud reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-23 00:00:00
I really hope this is not going to be Iron Man Vol. 2 ;)

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-23 00:00:00
I really hope it will be as good as Iron Man ! ;)

Yahzee reply Replies: 0 || 2010-03-23 00:00:00
ok ok ok, but.... what the hell happened to Craig Armstrong's score? they pulled another Wolfman??

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