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01 - 1M1 Bath House Assassination<br>02 - 1M2 Subway Pursuit<br>03 - 1M3 Subway Heist<br>04 - 1M5 Fortune Teller<br>05 - 1M6 Ripley's Surprise Visit<br>06 - 1M7 Very Bad Karma<br>07 - 1M9 Ripley's Proposition<br>08 - 1M11 Ripley's Interruptus<br>09 - 2M1 Research<br>10 - 2M2A The Code<br>11 - 2M2B Stalking<br>12 - 2M4 Love On The Dance Floor<br>13 - 2M6 Sexy Time<br>14 - 2M7 The Dry Cleaners<br>15 - 2M11 Surveying The Surveillance<br>16 - 2M12 The Riga Rosa<br>17 - 2M13-3M1A The Elevator - Probing The Security<br>18 - 3M1B Gabriel Steals The Bracelet<br>19 - 3M2 Preparations<br>20 - 3M3 Chinese Food<br>21 - 3M4 World You Can't Trust<br>22 - 3M5 Meeting Petrovich<br>23 - 4M1A Breaking In<br>24 - 4M1B Romanov Porno<br>25 - 4M3 Voice Activation<br>26 - 4M4-5 The First Vault Dorr Opens<br>27 - 4M6 The Door Code<br>28 - 5M1 Gabriel is a Cop<br>29 - 5M2 Gabriel's Escape<br>30 - 5M3 The Exchange<br>31 - 5M4 Weber Gets His Man<br>32 - 5M5 The Wooden Eggs<br>33 - 5M6 Swindled<br>34 - 6M1 Ripley's Goodbye<br>35 - 6M5 End Credits SuiteYeah I know...it was the only thing I could think of. Well, Jackman did work on stuff like Dark Knight and Pirates 3 (which if you're counting those, makes T-Mann036's comment very ridiculous indeed).Well doesn't count much since Hans didn't really write anything on that score... lolHaha NM I was gonna say "It was Lost But Won" personally... :PHenry IV?<br><br>(which is a much better score than this one)
" We are core Hans Zimmer fans and we simply want the strongest piece he's done since "Time"<br><br>'Detatch' is already on the soundtrack.Frankly, i cannot understand all the hatred going on! Mr. Zimmer atleast listened to the popular demand. We all need to show some heart at that. When was the last time an artist actually go to hid production company and forced them to do something his/her fans wanted? Big deal,it's not tbe exact same instrumental arrangement as in the motion picture. It does bring back the awe and emotion of this specific scene and that is enough.<br><br>As far as the monetary aspect goes, personally I dont mind paying a measly sum for a single song extra( which i will truly enjoy listening to on loop) in kind when i have already paid a sizable amount for the soundtrack.Do they have another "complete film score" together that people are not aware of?Stop replying to his comments. He is just here to bitch. Let him. It's not like he is making any sense. lolYou guys are making it seem like we're upset because we didn't get the flavor candy we wanted. We are core Hans Zimmer fans and we simply want the strongest piece he's done since "Time". This is a big deal to US. Ask yourself as to why we would even make such a fuss for this. I read the other examples of soundtracks missing key tracks, perhaps those who wanted it didn't make enough noise. Expressing our desire is the only way right now we can be heard. I'm definitely not angry, I'm through the roof we even got this cue. I can still hope though that one day we'll get the track we truly want.<br><br>Hybrid, thank you for your effort. I very much appreciate it.
Edmund, I wasn't calling you arrogant or egotistical so why are you taking this so personal.  If you like being told by Hybrid that he can send us all to hell if he wants to, then that's your issue.  I will never allow a statement like that to stand from anyone without responding to it and you shouldn't either.  You are one of the "all" he was referring to weren't you?Henry and Hans' best complete film score.This is truly one of the BEST recording sessions ever!My two cents:<br><br>1: Hey at least Zimmer gave us the cue...albeit a different version. So what. He could have not given it at all. <br><br>2: This reminds me of the days when works of Williams and Elfman came out (Im talking 80s and 90s) and what you got was WHAT YOU GOT. You didn't hear any sniveling - but then again there wasn't the internet back then so read such commentary.<br><br>3: Lastly, You're going crazy over a cue that's isn't even all that. It's just a looping organ grind with crescendo, which could easily be mixed with Day One Dark and Mountains. The STAY and DETACH cues are far more superior, in my opinion...And we got those, so I'm a happy ass camper. BESIDES - with what WAS given that one dude made quite a decent remix of it which sounds almost pitch perfect to the docking track, so enjoy that little nugget of future opportunity we old timers didn't have back in those days....Christ Almighty.<br><br>Anyway, thanks for he heads-up Hybrid.My apologies to JamesT because you said this type of thing bugged you...<br><br>...but QRCode, go fuck yourself.
@QRCode:<br><br>Ok, understood.  Can you e-mail and bitch at him personally then?<br><br>Thx@JamesT, I have no problem with Zimmer's music whatsoever, when did  I ever suggest otherwise?  I do have a problem with arrogant egotistical narcissistic people however.@QRCode....please stop or leave.  You are exhausting, negative and argumentative.  Go write music you like listening to....As previously mentioned, it's not like the circumstances here are new or unique in any way.  Sound editing and mixing results in this all the time lol.  <br><br>Remember, a soundtrack is MUSIC FROM or INSPIRED BY, not necessarily AS HEARD in the film.  <br><br>Digital delivery of music absolutely seems to be giving us more, and that's GREAT -- Hybrid is right, years ago we would have gotten half the music on CD.<br><br>And let us not pretend other gifts have not arrived, despite some time....Inception, The Last Samurai, The Fan, and on and on. <br><br>I get a kick out of people who claim others are trying to hide their identity.  Like "hybrid soldier" is your real name right?  I guess it's time to "send me to hell" now right hybrid?  Only someone with a God complex would even make a statement like that.
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