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Tracklist<br><br>1. Haunted Halloween<br>2. Terror-fried Eggs<br>3. Junk Brothers<br>4. Bike Chase<br>5. Hadouken<br>6. Fright Bulb<br>7. Drowned and Out<br>8. Crash Dummies<br>9. Dr. Shivers<br>10. Slappy Families<br>11. Sup My Witches?!<br>12. Slappy Halloween<br>13. Gummy Bears<br>14. Ungrateful Dead<br>15. Costume Drama<br>16. Witch, Please!<br>17. Mama-fied<br>18. Seedy Part of Town<br>19. Oh Gnomes!!<br>20. Creep It Real<br>21. Allegro con spirito<br>22. Slappily Ever Afterand the missing music when Clementine rides to the Passage in episode 10, where everybody starts fighting each other. I can't understand why this isn't on the album. The theme is slightly hinted in the first part of vanishing point I think but in a much softer and slower version.Hi! I would like to know when all these soundtrack will be available?<br><br>I love the Score of this film, Hans and his team did a wonderful job!<br>Beware spoilers:<br><br>Yes! I really want the missing music in Vanishing Point. Also, the end variation of the Dr. Ford theme when William rides away after the confederates battle and first sees his daughter. Another one would be the variation of the Sweetwater theme when we see the village in Shogun world. And the music when the train drives into the Mesa, the Dolores and Teddy love scene music and more variations of the Dolores theme which we hear in the second part of "Myself" on the album.For those you who live in the UK:<br><br>March 20 2019  MANCHESTER Arena<br>March 21 2019  BIRMINGHAM Arena Birmingham<br>March 22 2019  GLASGOW SSE Hydro<br>March 23 2019  LONDON SSE Arena Wembley<br>March 25 2019  DUBLIN 3Arena<br>
Wow that pretty neat.Great News. I thought we will have to wait until end of 2019 at the earliest.YepBeautiful score!<br>The Main Theme is brilliantGood question! I would like to also know.<br>
Hi guys. I think junkie xl was more active and involed in man of steel in comparison to BvS. Isnt it ?Awesome!!Well color me excited! Hope they make a film out of one of the shows like they did with the Prague one.For those who were asking, Sony will release a 2 CD set for this show...Macarthur really was a legend, wasn't he? Good times :') (not really)
As a matter of fact, Djawadi is also credited, basically for the note to note use of a segment from "Sword Fight" from POTC 1... Atli is also credited for Mermaids for the use of "Beckett's Death" from POTC 3...I come here from time to time to have a good laughI've wondered this one too, for a while...Just thought it was cool little secret credit given despite the actual album cover just says Zimmer for those tracks. Its just a technicality that I thought was pretty cool. I always kind of felt Zimmer always takes credit for things that dont belong to him always. So its nice to see the fine print .Apparently, CD coming in 26th October<br><br>https: // www.amazon.ca/Goosebumps-Haunted-Halloween-Original-Soundtra ck/dp/B07HGGBXG8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1539456905&sr=8-1&ke ywords=haunted+halloween+soundtrack
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  2007, March 28
New interview with KLAUS BADELT

This week's edition of Film Music Weekly magazine features a very interesting new interview with KLAUS BADELT on TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES.

Here's a characteristic extract: "I think an earlier approach was to make it an all too serious, heavy and dark picture. When I saw it, I felt it had all the potential to have more fun without losing the integrity of the story, the brotherhood theme, and 'real story lines and emotions.' Kind of what I did with 'Pirates of the Caribbean' there were a lot of spooky and dark aspects to it, but I tried always to keep the music fun and never overweight."

You can read the whole article by downloading the latest edition of the magazine for free via the magazine's official website at FilmMusicWeekly.com.


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  2007, March 26
Audio Interview with MARK MANCINA

Scorenotes.com features a very interesting new interview with the composer, talking about his scores to "Shooter", "Criminal Minds" and more. Listening options are Real Audio or MP3.


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  2007, March 15
Scoring coverage of Mark Mancina's SHOOTER

Composer Mark Mancina has just finished recording his score to the new action thriller, "Shooter". Reuniting with director Antoine Fuqua ("Training Day"), Mancina composed a tense and exciting score for the film and Soundtrack.net features a very interesting article with photos on the scoring sessions.


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  2007, March 06
Harry Gregson Williams to score GONE, BABY, GONE

According to FilmMusicWeekly.com Harry will score "Gone, Baby, Gone", a crime drama written and directed by Ben Affleck and starring Morgan Freeman, Casey Affleck, Robert Wahlberg, Michelle Monaghan and Ed Harris.

For more info and release date of the film, please visit the original source and download the latest edition of the magazine (March 5, 2007) for free.


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  2007, March 02
Jim Dooley scores new videogames

Composer Jim Dooley has a couple of new exciting credits in his agenda, namely the new XBOX360 game Def Jam: Icon by Cinematics and Castle Wolfenstein by Activision.

For more info you can visit Dooley's official website and the Gorfaine-Schwartz Agency

Additionally, Scott Glasgow will finally provide the score to Bone Dry and not Dooley with Mel Wesson, as previously reported.


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  2007, March 01
Mark Mancina scores SHEEPISH

The the Gorfaine-Schwartz Agency just released confirmation about this new assignment for composer Mark Mancina, an animated movie entitled "Sheepish" which is still under pre-production and will be directed by Kevin Johnson and Dan St. Pierre. Release comes from Starz Animation and 20th Century Fox.


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