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What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

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The Avengers, Alan Silvestri.

 

Quite generic, but very listenable action score. Silvestri's style is actually 100% right for Marvel. Its weird this score isnt better?

 

Still, the theme is very cool. And welk used throughout the franchise now. I love Elfmans version of it.

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Medal of Honor: Frontline by Michael Giacchino: Some Gia's most entertaining music and the lengthy album flows very nicely without overstaying its welcome.

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I skipped the songs, there are two or three versions throughout the album. My favorite track is this, it joins the main ideas of the score. I've never seen the movie, but I imagine in a church or an empty road because of the bells.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Disco Stu said:

A Christmas Carol - Nick Bicât

 

One of my favorite Xmas scores for one of my favorite Xmas movies.

 

Christmas a humbug?  Surely you don’t mean that.

"Eeeeeeeeeehhhhhhrrrrrrreeeeeeerrrrrrrr"

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How to Train Your Dragon by John Powell

 

How to Train Your Dragon 2 by John Powell

 

Lair by John Debney (and Kevin Kaska)

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Listened to the 3 track Goodbye, Mr. Chips suite from Richard Addinsell's 1939 score.

 

love it.  Beautiful and memorable music.  Sadly, I've never seen the film.  I plan to one day; loved Robert Donat in Hitchcock's The 39 Steps

 

(tracks 1-3 below)

 

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1 hour ago, Bespin said:

John Williams - Superman (16 tracks Japan CD)

Whoa, I didn't know there was a version of the LP programme on CD.

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Typo... I don't know why the "3" is so near of the "2" on the keyboard!

 

But, in a sense, I always have been a little bit a kind of a visionary.

 

1 hour ago, Fal said:

Whoa, I didn't know there was a version of the LP programme on CD.

 

Well, that's exactly for those kind of infos that I made a John Williams discography!

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The Last Jedi will be John Williams's 143rd album. His 184rd if we count the expanded reissue albums (I anticipate the release of CE3K).

 

The rest, I don't care!

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