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Composers details !yesis it true, that rupert is also working on mel gibsons Hacksaw Ridge together with john debney?I must be alone in all of this, but I actually really enjoyed this. Even though it's not quite on par with Supremecy or Ultimatum, it's actually quite entertaining. I love Powell's return, even though this genre and this series specifically doesn't lend itself to loads of creativity. And believe it or not, I liked Buckley's contribution here. Definitely much better than Newton-Howard. Motorcycle Chase, in particular, is perhaps my favorite Buckley cue here.So how did Powell agree to do this one after the frustration he had with Ultimatum and Green Zone. It was surprising to read when it was announced that Powell was scoring it. This one sorely lacks the raw percussion that Powell had unleashed in Supremacy first and then . The juxtaposition of that ethnically heavy drum sound with modern espionage worked awesome in Supremacy and Ultimatum and really distinguished them from the MI or Bond scores. Buckley's electronic work is everything that people hate about RCP. But still, any Powell score is welcome these days since his presence in live action is lacking while it's just the opposite in terms of his creativity.
This is new, isn't it?Most of the Batman theme, apparently!David Buckley:Cocomposer <br>John Powell:Cocomposer <br>Batu Sener:Additional Music <br>Gavin Greenaway:Conductor <br>Paul Greengrass:Director <br><br>I Can To Hear The Soundtrack And See The MovieSo Hans is responsible for the DUN, DUN DUN DUN DUN?Interesting. Still wish we could hear Powell's score, as written, in the film.
We have a lot of "Bourne Again" from Supremacy now thanks to "Paddington Plaza." Haven't listened to the whole album, but that one jumped out.Yeah Mike I think you're right, and it's kind of confirmed by an interview of Greengrass I read a while ago. He was saying that when he came on board, he just wanted to gather the same crew from the 1st film and kind of let them do their thing (it wasn't formulated like that at all of course). He felt like he was the new guy in the band, so he didn't want to impose his will straightaway.<br>I guess after Supremacy's success, he felt a little more confident and didn't hesitate to mess with Powell while making Ultimatum.Hello! Are you planning to come to Spain? If yes where and when?Ha! This is true. I remember thinking one of the very few redeeming features of the On Stranger Tides album was that we finally got a version of the haunted dress track from Dead Man's Chest on album. :pIt sounds like the film didn't live up to Supremacy or Ultimatum either... I wasn't expecting the music to. ;) I truly don't understand how Powell cranked out such an awesome score for Supremacy. Unless Greengrass only started to become "problematic" after that.
Well now, when you heard the whole soundtrack, you can CLEARLY distinguish whose track they belong to, and it's really exciting because it is that obvious.<br><br>So John Powell did:<br>-1. I Remember Everything<br>-3. Converging In Athens<br>-5. A Key To The Past<br>-6. Berlin<br>-9. Paddington Plaza<br>-11. Las Vegas<br>-15. Let Me Think About It<br><br>Powell's tracks diffirentiate themselves by having much more organic mixing, better writing,and when it comes to electronic sound, it has this "whole,full, and crisp" quality to it and it is good, THOUGH not much new material ( i think the one heard in Athens, is something new)<br><br>WHILE Buckley, on the other hand, he basically put his "watermark" with his two high-ascending string notes,which is tiresome, THOUGH he supplies a lot of variations of Powell's theme, it feels generic, boring, the mixing is hollow, and the electronic is that Generic awfull thing we are deared to acknowledge as RCP's sound. ( Yes, Powell WAS from RCP, i get it,but, so was Lincoln from Republican :P)<br><br>BUT ANYHOW, sadly, this soundtrack can't hold its candle to SUPREMACY and ULTIMATUM, no Tangiers, no Goa. But it's not disappointing, because you know what it is. And it's such a grace to having a new Powell score in these kind of days.Last August, to be exact :)Yep a while back actually ! I almost forgot about it ! :PHad it been announced previously? Totally missed that!Well, I knew it all along, so... ;)
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