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I not trying to be...one of those...who gets all defensive about credits....lol....but how did Ramin shape Nolan's Batman "a great deal"? He worked on the Ra's al Ghul theme apparently, but that theme only appeared in Begins (and very briefly in TDKR); then he did the Training cue, which does sort of "foretell" the Dark Knight theme of the next two films, but I always assumed the core of that cue was Zimmer and Ramin just fleshed it out for the scene. <br><br>I mean I guess he did more than that, but anything else would just be arrangements of Hans' or JNH's stuff, right?I agree. Wanna make a modern score? Fine. But the first movie's theme could have been worked in somehow, beyond just the opening scene. The score is serviceable; I don't hate it. But it could have been so much better IMO.If only Henry had modeled his new theme off the style of the Smithsonian cue....AND kept Silvestri's theme more often. :( I get wanting to make a more modern score but they could definitely have used the other theme's notes in a modern style.Hybrid, do you know who wrote the music on the Special Ops menu? A piece with a kinda funky beat and electronic main instrument.Where can we have this complete score ? :$
yeah I noticed that also, Safe Now is really not 3 min long<br>if you watch it on blu-ray with real 5.1 then you can hear that the mix is completely different, the guitar is almost up front and yes the end part is longer. I think what happened is that the end part was simply professionally doubled and edited together. the exact same thing happened with journey to the line in thin red line, but with the first part. also with chevaliers de sangrealIs "Safe Now" longer in the film or is the end just edited differently than it is on the album? Because that closing shot within the film REALLY sounds like Journey to the Line.You know, this is my cover at the top of the screen! so amazed that they used this. :DHansi, here we come!!! Our dream.No, there was such a rumor some times ago but it has been officially said to be untrue.
Well, in that case, I gotta take a dump...<br><br>Wait a second - You don't really care, either.<br><br>Welcome to the Internet.hybrid doesn't care about you folks, so don't have hopesI think of Dvorack's Largo from The New World Symphony when I hear it. A masterpiece indeed.What you mean It Appears Noti heard powell won't be scoring HTTYD3....this true??? :(
i know we don't have them but i'd love to see more credits here, like what RGW did, how much GZ did, and what cues Lorne worked on (since I don't guess he did much)A shame no one talks about "Home" over here....beautiful theme, whoever worked on it.  Noble, heartwarming, and very different from a lot of Zimmer's music of recent years.It appears not. :PDoes Anyone know the chronological Order of this Album(...also, The Rest of My Life with the vocals was better than without them.)
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 2013

  Olympus Has Fallen (Additional Music)

  Body Of Proof (TV Series) (Season 3) (Additional Music)

  Vikings (TV Series) (Season 1) (Additional Music)


 2012

  The Scorpion King 3 - Battle For Redemption (V) (Additional Music)

  Death Race - Inferno (V) (Additional Music)

  Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3 - Viva La Fiesta! (V) (Additional Music)


 2011

  Immortals (Technical Score Advisor)


 2010

  Wolf Town (Additional Music)

  Bear (Additional Music)

  The Tudors (TV Series) (Season 4) (Technical Score Advisor)

  Chase (TV Series) (Additional Music)

  Miami Medical (TV Series) (Additional Music)

  The Pillars Of The Earth (TV Series) (Additional Music)


 2007

  The Tudors (TV Series) (Season 1) (Score Producer)


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