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Wow, great job!! That belongs on the soundtrack.Whoa! Only six tracks for This is the End? I can only guess LLL got up to their usual tricks and combined a ton...Man, I love that label, but that is a really annoying habit of theirs.Track #40 - In The Tunnels Alt. 2 - this is on the CD OST somewhere?Y'know, with the score album being on iTunes right now, and yes, I checked, I decided to listen to the previews of the songs, and I noticed some major differences between the film versions heard in This is the End and the tracks I heard in the album, particularly Celebrity Sinkhole and Final Rapture on the album and where "Hills on Fire/The Sinkhole" and "The Rapture of Seth and Jay" are in the film, and even "Feeling Horny?" wasn't in the film. Guess it was either this or "The Devil Rapes Jonah."<br><br>"The Interview"'s score segments, though, sound just as epicly awesome and awesomely epic as they did in the film (though I miss that awesome guitar riff that showed up where "The Wrath of Kim" was in the film), and there's even some cool new pieces, like Panic at the Palace, which I can say unless I'm wrong wasn't in the film itself (it was probably going to be during the scene where the guy who ate the poison died and his comrade got his head holified*). Hoping to hear some samples from the album... and Kingsman, if the latter's possible this soon.Where would you get the music?
YAY, details and the fact this is finally going to be released!Hans got the message... ;)<br><br>I'm sure he'll have someone look into this to shut this thing down and indirectly help you (I mentioned that you wrote it in the first place lol)...<br><br>Your music is used and his name is used, that Anselmi guy won't get away with it and receive money from sales...Oh ok, it's from the scene where the kids play the guitars. Now I see why. :)Yeah! The end title sequence is so awesome! :) Some kind of spanish-russian mashup. Not sure how he came up with this. :DFinally details ! :)
Well, Edmund, I forgot that one. I think of it as a huge disappointment because the 2nd and 3rd movies scores were so unbelievably awesome... The 4th is just a generic score that overuses well-known themes, but I still don't think it harms the movie at all. It didn't irritate me when I was watching it, and actually there are some nice parts (Mermaids, Palm Tree Escape) and some good ideas from HZ that were sadly left out of the movie...Joker, take a chill pill dude.  We're just having a conversation here about differing opinions, musical tastes and such.  This certainly is not worth you acting like an a-hole about it.  I never said "I own the truth" did I?  Get a life man.  I suppose just because you don't like Crimson Tide or Gladiator must mean they are not good, right?  Does that mean you own the truth too?  I would guess that 90% of Zimmer fans love both of those scores since they represent the quintessential Hans Zimmer style that a lot of us came to know and love that made us HZ fans in the first place.Yes Hybrid, give us the next site where we can listne to complete scores :DThanks for the heads up Hybrid. I've now filed a DMCA takedown with Google Play as well.And the others wouldn't agree? You don't own the truth, don't make assumptions regarding anything. I actually never was interested in Crimson Tide and Gladiator, does that mean I'm not 'logically thinking'? Because you express your opinion like shit, it's kind of hard understanding it.
Actually it's also on Google Play...<br><br>I reported this fraudulent use of his name to Hans... lolEdmund, that's a perfect example of one that doesn't work and one I never listen to either. I went back and took a closer look at some of Clemmensen's reviews of other composers and I have to say that he seems pretty fair across the board with most composers in rating them equally good vs. bad as he does with Hans, I don't think he rips on HZ at a ratio any higher than he does most others. I personally don't care too much for some of Clemmensen's overtly left-wing political ideology that he frequently injects in his web site however.  <br><br>I will also admit there are parts of Interstellar that are growing on me the more I listen to it but it certainly is nothing on par with Crimson Tide or Gladiator.  I think most logically thinking people would probably agree with that.Report it!!I'm no legal expert but if you have registered it, you own the copyright. You should report it, if you haven't already done it.Various libraries. EWQL Colossus, EWQL Symphony Orchestra etc. As well as live piano and church organ.
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 2012

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 2010

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