Muldoon

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  1. John Powell's SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (2018)

    It's like TFA all over again -- You lot are smoking God knows what and I'm just sitting over here enjoying the hell out of a new score.
  2. John Powell's SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (2018)

    Much as I love this and Powell in general, I'm totally down for a JNH Star Wars!
  3. There is literally no reason to doubt The Last Jedi audience score is accurate. The critics and many in the general audiences loved it, sure. But a significant part of an enormous fan base absolutely reviles it. I don't know why this is so shocking to those of you who somehow liked it.
  4. Plenty of people will prefer the Giacchino score and plenty will prefer the Powell. The only difference is, those who prefer Gia will be wrong. Seriously though, I don't know how anyone could consider Giacchino a better fit for Star Wars than Powell.
  5. Ah, ok then. Thanks for the clarification!
  6. I actually think the trailers look perfectly fine. I expect the movie to be bad because I've seen Rogue One and TLJ and it's clear I don't at all like the Kathleen Kennedy vision for the franchise. Whether I'll still manage to have any fun watching it in spite of any faults I've no idea. I did enjoy parts of Rogue One.
  7. The film takes place when Luke is a small child? Y'know, like immediately after ROTS -- wouldn't that make Han younger than he's being portrayed?
  8. Exactly! Both TLJ and Infinity War rebuffed my theories and expectations. The difference is, Infinity War had a coherent story and it was told pretty well IMO.
  9. That's the one I always think of when people turn their noses up at later recordings. Mastering quibbles aside, Prometheus' Conan is my favorite album ever.
  10. Why does someone have to chime in like this every time there's a decent bit of tech talk? It's not like determining and noting the differences between releases detracts from the quality of the music in any way. Some of us just want to know these things. In this case, the majority of us already know the music intimately and have probably discussed it at length on this forum if not others as well.
  11. Venom (2018 Sony movie)

    I'm willing to bet Tom Holland is in no way, shape or form involved with this movie. As for Spider-Man... I'm skeptical.
  12. It's the complete score minus a couple drum loops.
  13. No sign of this on Qobuz or 7Digital as far as I can see, but it's about $44 for a high res version on HDTracks. Not sure if it's stereo or 5.1.