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I feel like someone is homophobic (using the word 'fag' - and not meaning cigarette)I feel like someone is samefaggingand what has this mainstream shit to do with Hans Zimmer? Only because it´s for a movie where also is Zimmers music included or did he produce or composed it? (I hope not)lol.....@Mariusz I translated it for you. You're welcome. ;) Use Google translate next time please. <br><br>Welcome. I come from Poland and I wanted to share my impressions about this MASTERPIECE. When I first saw the film, I immediately drew attention to the music, and I knew I had to have it! And so it began. Since then, I have listened to it many times and I still can't get over it! This, what Hans created, is just ... brilliant! I can't find another word to describe it. From the first to the last note it is breathtaking! I have shed a quantity of tears I can't count. At the moment it is my NUMBER 1 Hans Zimmer soundtrack and will remain long in this position. It's probably enough. Greetings to all fans of Hans, and Man Of Steel!<br><br>
Have you noticed the links of internet have two songs titled "Insert"? These one are the alternate versions of "Looking Into Limbo" and "Mr. Charles".<br><br>By the by, what is the E Tragic Strings Suite?Witam. Pochodzę z Polski i chciałem się podzielić moimi wrażeniami na temat tego ARCYDZIEŁA. Gdy po raz pierwszy obejrzałem film, od razu zwróciłem uwagę na muzykę i wiedziałem, że muszę ją mieć! No i tak to się zaczęło. Od tamtej pory słuchałem już wiele razy i nadal nie mogę wyjść z podziwu! To co stworzył Han, jest po prostu...Genialne!!!Innego słowa nie znajduję. Od pierwszej do ostatniej nuty zapiera dech w piersiach! A ilości wylanych łez nie zliczę. W tym momencie jest to mój NUMER 1 Hansa Zimmera i chyba długo nim pozostanie. To chyba tyle. Pozdrawiam wszystkich fanów Hansa, a także Człowieka Ze Stali!You can contact me at antas@hans-zimmer.comDoes anyone know if the digital version of the soundtrack is crossfaded, or were those taken out like with Man of Steel? The crossfades make putting the album in film order rather irksome.^^^ I love this comment so much.
So, he is not returning for Dragon 3 Or Kung fu Panda 3?Of all the film composers I know, Powell was one of the few I did not want to step aside.i seriously just keep repeating the last 30 seconds of cold war....idk why but it's awesome.Yup. Shot in the dark, but it got me thinking that maybe Andrew Kawczynski was in charge of it. Doesn't sound like HZ IMO, kind of sounds like Lorne, plus that beat is from "Underground Army"...Wasn't Cold War the cue when Paul Giammati was driving the truck?
I know that the beginning of the movie is:<br>There He Is<br>(Unreleased cue, opening scene)<br>I'm Spider-Man<br>Cold War<br>No Place Like Home<br><br>And at the end, merged into each other:<br>You're That Spider Guy<br>It's On Again<br><br>Well I don't think he's taking another break...<br><br>It's still the continuity of his 2012 decision to step back... Rio 2 & HTTYD 2 being some kind of parenthesis... If he has a project he cares about, he'll score it... But like I said before, don't expect him to go berserk scoring 7 films a year and saying yes to everything, like in the past... Far from it...Interesting development: filmmusicreporter.com/2014/04/23/john-powell-to-take-break-f rom-film-music-to-compose-concert-music/It's way beyond my ability, because it's really confusing. Like it starts out the movie with a slowed down version of There He Is, then it goes to unreleased cues, I'm Spiderman, and then has like an excerpt of You're That Spider Guy...I think when 'The Rhino'?? is driving the truck in the city, then Gwen's theme picks up (which is like a variation of We're Best Friends and then when Electro or Max Dillon is walking around the city with his blue prints there is excerpts of The Electro Suite (I think?) heard throughout him being on screen. And then when Electro goes to the city and first faces Spider-man, well the My Enemy cue is definitely split up between this part of the movie and when he faces Electro in other scenes in the movie. I think There He Is is when Gwen searches Max Dillon's info at Oscorp..Just my input.So, does anyone know the chronological order of the tracks?
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  2010, February 27
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  2010, February 27
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  2010, February 25
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  2010, February 25
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  2010, February 14
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  2010, February 12
Composer Zimmer Talks Sherlock Holmes, Inception, Dark Knight, It’s Complicated



In many ways, the best thing about Sherlock Holmes is its score (released January 12), featuring exotic Hungarian and gypsy instruments. It’s one of about a hundred movie scores delivered by prolific German composer Hans Zimmer, who has earned six Oscar nominations; he won for The Lion King in 1994.

Articulate and charming, Zimmer invited me to his lair in Santa Monica, a sprawling complex housing other composers as well as rooms crammed with synthesizers, computers and towers of servers. He’s currently working on Inception for Chris Nolan, for whom he composed the score for The Dark Knight. He gave me a tour, showed me where and how he composes and explained his working process on the scores for Sherlock Holmes, It’s Complicated, Gladiator, and The Dark Knight. He even plays a bit.


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  2010, February 11
Coca Cola : Hard Times (The Simpsons)



Hard Times features a variety of characters from The Simpsons, most notably greedy billionaire C. Montgomery Burns. As Mr. Burns faces the loss of his fortune and worldly belongings, he learns to appreciate lifes simple pleasures like friends and family. The commercial was first shown during Super Bowl XLIV (44) 2010.

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  2010, February 07
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  2010, February 04
Hans Zimmer, Academy Award Press Statement

Conan Doyle realized that a successful lead character needs to play the fiddle. I wish all filmmakers did. It makes writing the score so much easier. With Guy's great encouragement we took the orchestra out of the lofty spheres of the concert hall and brought them back to the pub, where they seem right at home. After all, There is no human emotion that has not - at one time or other - been profoundly expressed in a pub, and I'm so grateful that my peers at the Academy have recognized that. This is the year where we pit the humble banjo against the might of the orchestra.

Hans Zimmer


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  2010, February 03
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  2010, February 03
The secret lair of Hans Zimmer, from where he inspires the world



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  2010, February 02
Hans ZIMMER nominated for the Oscars ceremony

The Sherlock HOLMES' score composed by Hans ZIMMER is nominated for the Oscars.

Other composers also nominated are James Horner for Avatar, Alexandre Desplat for Fantastic Mr. Fox, Michael Giacchino for Up and Marco Beltrami & Buck Sanders for The Hurt Locker.


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  2010, February 01
Hans Zimmer - Geoff Zanelli - Blake Neely



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