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Approximately 2 weeks after the movie premiere (Scroll down)Anyone know when the OST will be released?polob, you don't need to anyway! Every track on the OST is listed on BMI :)You can't it's just cue sheets... not cues... loland how we can hear the tracks from BMI ?
Please tour again. And please come to North America. Please. I've been distraught that I've missed this, and was debating flying over, however it didn't work out. I would love a second chance.Ya I found a bunch! Thanks! :DFor Days of Future Past ?<br><br>From what I saw yeah looks like the additionals are getting royalties lol... But just go to BMI.com, the repertoire search section, search Ottman John V, and have fun...Cool, hanks for that info Hybrid! Do you know if there's any other credits?Have you all seen this?  Hilarious and quite good!<br><br>http: // www. theverge .com/2014/10/19/7003205/this-trailer-turns-wall-e-into-an-an imated-version-of-interstellar
I found this at BMI, surprising indeed... He just helped out for a week on it, working on a couple of cues, which then got rearranged by Ottman...You're right, Edmund! It seems to be the first half of "Do What You Were Made For". Thanks for pointing this out.I wasn't sure where to post this, but I just noticed under Dom Lewis' composer page a cue from X-Men: Days of Future Past. That's really interesting, especially considering the ghostwriting rumors that have always surrounded John Ottman. I wonder how that happened?Yeah, Kick-Ass is decent. If you can count either one as a Jackman score really, that is.<br><br>Abraham Lincoln isn't awful either, and what I have heard of This is the End sounds quite promising. So it's not as cut and dried as I made it sound. But in general, Jackman's animated scores and "lighter" projects turn out a lot better IMO than his straight action ventures.Fair enough! :)
It does seem rather....overly sensational. Especially considering that they're not letting us hear anything from the score or telling us anything about it. It's purely designed to pique our curiosity and get us hyped up, without really telling us anything. I'm excited about the score, too, but if it needs to be so secretive, why bother with weird stories about a watch Zimmer got or an one-page letter he wrote the score from? :PWhat is that supposed to mean?No I swear I have zero information on it, and even when I was with Hans I didn't ask anything about it, because to be honest, even I don't want to know. Hans wants us to discover it on screen, and that's what I'll do ! :)Hybrid, I realize that you're probably unable to share much information yet even if you have it, but is there any word on where the organ was recorded for this?  In the IMAX trailer it's obviously a real instrument and not the Diva/Zebra synths that he's used on prior scores (though the teaser sounds like it may still have been those).  I know the instrument at AIR isn't functional, so maybe some other London cathedral or church?People who claim to see pretension in others seem to often themselves be the pretentious ones. <br><br>Observing some of your internet activity beyond this site confirms that. <br><br>;)
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