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And I'll add he simply hasn't been hired to write the "memorable" music recently. You can't accuse him of losing his touch for simply doing his job as he is asked.RE:Anonymous, he has done no such thing. Interstellar was only two years ago. And the second half of Inferno contains plenty of music which is AT LEAST decent, but it seems most people are tuning out before they get to the good stuff. Zimmer fans these days are so spoiled...twenty years ago the same score would have been considered mind-blowingly epic. How many times does the poor man have to reinvent himself before fans will be satisfied?Has this complete score actually been released somewhere? Or is this just the "official" tracklist?But I can think of plenty of tracks from AWE that do all of those things - "Maelstrom Part 1", "Trying to Get Lost", "Beckett's Death", most of the suites - and which Jackman was not involved with. I don't think it's fair to ascribe all the quality orchestral writing to him alone. Much of it, sure (he'll have a place in my heart for his involvement with "Marry Me" and by extension "Up is Down" forever, that piece is extremely special to me). But to say all of it does a disservice to the great work that EVERYBODY did on this score.https:// v=XLogL29fQWU<br><br>A visual soundtrack with some new music samples!
Wonderful! What do I have to do to download this marvel?!The interview confirms what we knew already, all the material that breaks out of standard Zimmer/RC patterns with fun, complex orchestrations, key and tempo variation, woodwinds and interesting counterpoint is classically trained Jackman. Hats off to him!Street Art Gallery touring over the world.CREDITS:<br><br>Music composed, arranged, programmed and produced by<br>JOHN POWELL<br><br>Music editors<br>CURT SOBEL<br>TOM CARLSON<br>CARL KALLER<br><br>Musicians contractor<br>DEBBI DATZ-PYLE<br><br>Music recorded by<br>DAN LERNER<br>ERIK SWANSON<br>AL CLAY<br><br>Music mixed by<br>AL CLAY<br><br>Additional programming<br>T. J. LINDGREN<br><br>Score production coordinator<br>GERMANIE FRANCO<br><br>Guitars<br>PAUL PESCO<br>JOHN POWELL<br><br>Keyboards<br>DOUG PETTY<br>MATT RHOADE<br><br>Bass<br>ROBIN DAVEY<br><br>Drums and Percussion<br>JIMI ENGLUND<br><br>Vocals<br>CARMEN CARTER<br><br>Music supervisor<br>MARY RAMOS<br><br>Music coordinator<br>WENDI MORRISHey Hybrid. What is this music from? Is it a soundrack to a movie / TV show, or is it just something Lorne has been working on just for himself?
What I always wanted to ask (especially now that I am currently in L.A.): Remote Control Studio doesn't offer visitor tours or something like that, right? Does anybody know?Haha didnt even know there was a difference! :-DI agree with you. It's a beautiful score, and they just decided not to release it.That's the publisher, not the label... ;)You sure about the label? On iTunes it says Remote Control Publishing.
It would be awesome to have a release of this score. It's one of the best of Junkie XL, maybe a bit similar to Mad Max, but there were some tracks just amazing, specially from the high-risk scenes. The end credits suite is great but I need the whole score. But sadly I think this isn't going to happen...Hoping for a 2-3 hrs of score. Will be disappointed if it's less than 2 hrs.Should I submit the audio in mp3 format or wav format?  Pls anyone help me out? What are the things should I send along with the audio?Nice story!I hope this complete score establishes more themes than the official soundtrack (which was my only complaint).

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