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Just putting them in alphabetical order! But I knew someone would point that out. I'm gonna change it anyway, because actually, it bothers me too. :P

You could also order the whole list by year (maybe separated by the composer). Just a thought.

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Star Trek Into Darkness (clearly incomplete)
Source: Instagram pictures from Giacchino, Behind the Scenes videos

1m01

1m03

1m06v3INS

1m07-8

1m09

2m10

2m11

2m13

2m14

2m15 Man vs Blaster

2m16

3m19

3m20

3m21

3m22

3m23

3m24

3m25

4m26

4m27

4m28

4m28B

4m29

5m36-37

6m41 You Wanna Do What?

7m46

7m47a

7m47b

7m47b

11m52 End Credits v2 (added choir)

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Just putting them in alphabetical order! But I knew someone would point that out. I'm gonna change it anyway, because actually, it bothers me too. :P

You could also order the whole list by year (maybe separated by the composer). Just a thought.

That's being to nitpicky. :P Having the scores in alphabetical order is fine. Although something like a series (Trek for example) should be in order of the film they were made (IE: TMP through Nemesis) since most of them were like 2 years apart from each other.

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Star Trek Into Darkness (clearly incomplete)

11m52 End Credits v2 (added choir)

The 'End Credits' reel/part numbers are from the first film, as is the musical content. The last original cue in the film (Kirk Enterprises) is 8m54.

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Star Trek Into Darkness (clearly incomplete)

11m52 End Credits v2 (added choir)

The last original cue in the film (Kirk Enterprises) is 8m54.

You have any other slates or just that one

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Just putting them in alphabetical order! But I knew someone would point that out. I'm gonna change it anyway, because actually, it bothers me too. :P

You could also order the whole list by year (maybe separated by the composer). Just a thought.

I originally considered listing the cue lists by composers when I started the thread. But then I thought I preferred having just one big list instead of multiple lists.

Maybe one day, when I'll find the motivation to do this, I'll update the main post and order the cue lists by composer below the main list (I'll still keep that one).

So basically, you'll have the masterlist (with all the cue lists listed in alphabetical order), and below you'll have each cue list by composer.

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JOHN DEBNEY - PREDATORS - 2010

Source: Demo Sessions

1m2 Free Fall
1m2r Free Fall (Revised)
1m3 Single Shooter
1m4 Meeting Isabelle and Hanzo
1m5 Mombasa and Stans Fight
1m5a Intro To Edwin
1m6 This Is Hell
1m7 Later That Day
1m8 Trek / The Rocks
2m9 We Were Chosen
2m10 Cages / Trip Wire
2m11 Not Of This Earth
2m12 Hound Attack
2m13 We're Being Hunted
3m14 Cuchillo Revealed
3m15 Help Me
3m16 We Run, We Die
3m16 We Run, We Die (Insert)
3m17 Predator Attack
3m18 Meet Mr. Black
3m19 Isabelle's Story
3m20 They See Our Traps
3m21 Over Here
3m21 Over Here (Alternate)
4m22-23 Trek To Noland's / Noland's Place
4m25 How Do We Kill Them?
4m26 We Are Predators
4m27 Smoke
4m27 Smoke (Insert)
4m28 Where's The Predator?
5m29 Edwin Alone
5m30v1 Nikolai Blows (Version 1)
5m30v2 Nikolai Blows (Version 2)
5m31v1 Stans Last Stand (Version 1)
5m31v2 Stans Last Stand (Version 2)
5m32 Hanzo's Last Stand
5m33v1 Leg Trap (Version 1)
5m33v2 Leg Trap (Version 2)
5m34v1 Take Me To The Ship (Version 1)
5m34v2 Take Me To The Ship (Version 2)
5m35 Edwin and Isabelle Captured
6m36 Predator Fight / Royce Runs
6m37 Twisted Edwin / Royce Returns
6m38-39 She's Paralyzed / Prep For Battle / Fire Fight
6m40 Royce Vs. Predator
6m41 Let's Get Off This Planet
6m41 Let's Get Off This Planet (Alternate)
6m43 End Credits

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Black Gold - James Horner (2011)

Source: http://filmcues.blogspot.fr/

1m1 Main Title - A Desert Truce
1m1A/1m2 Horizon To Horizon
1m3 Seriously Rich
1m4 The Wonders of Wealth
1m4A Drowned In Oil
2m1 Ambush
2m2A Chant (Source)
2m2B I Have Chosen You
2m3 You Were A Prince
2m3A What Do You Want
2m4/3m1 Leaving As An Emisary
3m3 Father And Son
4m1 Phantom Army
4m2 Marching To War
4m3 Crossing The Desert
5m1 So This Is War
5m2 The Blowing Sands
5m2A Fresh Water
6m1 One Brother Lives, One Brother Dies
6m2 The Anizas Join
7m1 Battle In The Oil Fields
7m2 A Kingdom Of Oil

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Source: http://filmcues.blogspot.fr/2012/09/the-last-airbender.html

The Last Airbender (2010) - James Newton Howard

1M1 Prologue
1M2 First Trek
1M2A Finding Ang
1M3 Fire Nation Ship
1M5 Grandma
2M1 The Test
2M2 Prayer Field
2M2A Zuko Exercises
2M4 Earthbender’s Camp
3M0 Two Lifetimes
3M1 To The Fire Nation
3M1A To The Fire Nation Alt
3M3 Aang Waterbends
3M3A Tea House
3M4 Hall of Avatars
3M6 Ang in Chains
4M1 Blue Spirit
4M1A Dock
4M2 Northern Water Tribe
4M3 Aang and Pakku Spar
5M2 Tai Chi
5M2 Zuko Swims
5M3 To The Spirit World
5M3A Lizards Break Through
5M5 Spirit World Dragon
5M6 Aang and Zuko Fight
6M1 Our World
6M2 Killing Moon Spirit
6M3A Zhao Drowns, Pt. 1
6M3B Zhao Drowns, Pt. 2
6M3C Aang’s Ballet Fight
6M6 The Wave
6M6 Fix
6M10 End Credits Patch
Airbender Teaser v17
Airbender Suite v31

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Crimson Tide (1995) - Hans Zimmer

Source: Complete Score leak

1M1 Main Titles

1M2 News Report

2M4 Briefing

3M5a Goodbye

3M5b Alabama

3M6 Diving

3M7a War

3M7b Fire in the Galley

4M8 The Drill

5M10 Decompressing

5M12 The Real EAM

5M13 Contact

6M14 This Is Not a Drill

7M15 Akula

7M16 Command

9M18 Flood

9M19 Mutiny

11M20a Counter Mutiny

11M20b Crisis Averted

13M21 Pearl Harbor

13M21 Alt Court of Inquiry

13M22 End Titles

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Lucas Vidal - The Cold Light Of Day (2012)

Source: cuesheets

Logos / Arriving In Spain [1M1]

Will Apologizes / Spain [1M6/7]

Water Skiers [1M8]

Boat Gone [1M10A]

Missing Family [1M10B]

Back To Boat [2M12]

It's Your Fault? [2M13A/B]

Waiting For Carrack [2M14]

Martin Dead / Chase [2M15A/B]

Incognito / Embassy [2M16]

Making A Martini [2M17]

Bring Me The Briefcase [3M18]

Where's Diego? [3M20]

Diego's Apt. [3M21]

Surprise! [3M22]

Rooftop Chase [3M23A/B]

Scooter Chase [3M24A]

Remove Bullet [3M24B]

My Father Too [3M25A]

Puerta Del Sol [3M25B]

Will Blacks Out [4M27]

Here's The Deal [4M28]

A Plan [4M31]

Interrogation [4M33A]

Escape / Rendezvous [4M33B]

Underground Meeting [4M34A]

Gorman Dies / Carrack Gets Briefcase [4M34B/C]

Car Chase - Part 1 [4M34D]

Car Chase - Part 2 [5M35]

Carrack's Dead [5M36A]

Family Reunites [5M36B]

New Family [5M36C]

End Credits [5M37]

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Bill Conti - Necessary Roughness (1991)
Source: Intrada liner notes

Main Title [1M1]
Ed's The New Coach [1M3]
Open Tryouts [1M4]
Tattoo Somebody! [2M2]
Featherstone Follies [3M1]
The Story On Blake [3M2]
Blake Meets Suzanne [3M3]
The Iron Men [3M5]
Planetarium Source [4M1]
The Blocking Sled [4M2]
Prep For Game [4M4]
[4M7]
Blake Gets Benched [5M2]
Blake Talks To Ed [5M3]
Prisoners Arrive [6M1]
Miners Game [6M2]
Bar Room Brawl [6M5]
Can We Walk? [7M3]
The New Kicker [7M4/8M0]
First Kiss [8M4]
Why Don't You Tell Him? [8M5]
Lucy Takes A Shower [8M6]
Blake Quits [9M3]
Back To School [9M5]
Up Yours, Phil! [9M6]
Morning Wake Up [10M0]
[10M2]
Featherstone Gets It [11M2]
The Big Ending [12M1]

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Mychael Danna - The Ice Storm (1997)

Source: Mychael Danna's The Ice Storm: A Film Score Guide (Book)

Opening [1M1]
Train [1M8]
Bike Kiss [2M2A/B]
Walk [2M3]
Shoplift [2M6]
Pick Up Paul [3M1]
Dinner [3M3]
Roaming [3M4]
Toes Cold [3M5]
Drive [3M6]
Bathroom [6M1]
Janey [6M2]

Bowl [6M4]

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Bruce Broughton - Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)
Source: Intrada liner notes

The First Victim [M11]
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Trad.) [M12]
Picky Eater [M13]
The Old Hat Trick [M14]
Main Title [M14A]
Watson's Arrival [M14B]
The Bear Riddle [M16/20]
Library Love / Waxflatter's First Flight [M21]
Window Watcher [M22]
Fencing With Rathe [M23]
Never Alone [M31]
The Glass Soldier [M31A]
Solving The Crime [M32]
Second Attempt [M33/40]
Penultimate Duel [M41]
Cold Revenge [M42]
The Harpie Attack [M42A]
Waxflatter's Death [M51]
Holmes Returns [M51A]
The Hat [M52]
Belly Dancer [M53]
Getting The Point [M54/60]
Froggit & Froggit's [M61]
Rame Tep [M62]
Pastries And Crypts - Part 1 [M71]
Pastries And Crypts - Part 2 [M72]
Discovered By Rathe [M73/80]
Gutter Escape [M81]
To Cragwitch's [M82]
The Explanation [M83]
Cragwitch Goes Again [M84]
It's You! [M91]
Taking To The Air [M92]
Waxing Elizabeth [M101]
Temple Fire [M102]
Ehtar's Escape [M111]
The Final Duel [M112]
Final Farewell [M113]
The Riddles Solved [M121]
Ytrairom Spelled Backwards [M121A]
End Credits [M122]

Love Theme

alternate notation

The First Victim [1M1]
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Trad.) [1M2]
Picky Eater [1M3]
The Old Hat Trick [1M4]
Main Title [1M4A]
Watson's Arrival [1M4B]
The Bear Riddle [1M6/2M0]
Library Love / Waxflatter's First Flight [2M1]
Window Watcher [2M2]
Fencing With Rathe [2M3]
Never Alone [3M1]
The Glass Soldier [3M1A]
Solving The Crime [3M2]
Second Attempt [3M3/4M0]
Penultimate Duel [4M1]
Cold Revenge [4M2]
The Harpie Attack [4M2A]
Waxflatter's Death [5M1]
Holmes Returns [5M1A]
The Hat [5M2]
Belly Dancer [5M3]
Getting The Point [5M4/6M0]
Froggit & Froggit's [6M1]
Rame Tep [6M2]
Pastries And Crypts - Part 1 [7M1]
Pastries And Crypts - Part 2 [7M2]
Discovered By Rathe [7M3/8M0]
Gutter Escape [8M1]
To Cragwitch's [8M2]
The Explanation [8M3]
Cragwitch Goes Again [8M4]
It's You! [9M1]
Taking To The Air [9M2]
Waxing Elizabeth [10M1]
Temple Fire [10M2]
Ehtar's Escape [11M1]
The Final Duel [11M2]
Final Farewell [11M3]
The Riddles Solved [12M1]
Ytrairom Spelled Backwards [12M1A]
End Credits [12M2]

Love Theme

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Cliff Eidelman - The Meteor Man (1993)
Source: Intrada liner notes

Main Title [1M1]
Poor Lewis [1M5]
Ain't Crossing Street [1M6]
Initiation [2M1]
Meteor Strikes [3M1]
Jefferson Reed [3M2]
Stromburg Theory [3M3]
Hospital Vision [3M4]
Offensive Plan [4M1]
Ellington Speaks [4M2]
Jet Magazine [4M3]
Coffee Service [4M5]
Close To Home [4M6]
X-Ray Vision [4M7]
Jeff Protects Dad [4M8]
Something's Coming [5M1]
Jealous Boyfriend [5M4]
Simon Says [5M5]
Suspicious Polaroid [5M6]
Mrs. Walker [6M1]
Off To Work [6M3]
Cleaning Up The Hood [6M5]
Emergency Meeting [7M1]
Slinky's Like Life [7M4]
Stolen Uniform [7M4PT2]
The Imposter [7M6/8M0]
Take Off The Uniform [8M2]
Jeff Catches Bullets [8M4]
Forced Entry [8M5]
Jeff Says He'll Leave [8M6]
Double-Cross [9M1]
Dog Alert [9M2]
Meteor Spill [9M3]
Karate Duel [9M4/10M0]
Oh No Ellington [10M2]
Ultimate Hero [10M3]
Reviving Ellington [11M1]
Bloods And Crips Unite [11M2]

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Jerry Goldsmith - Psycho II (1983)

Source: Intrada liner notes

The Murder [M11]
Main Title [M12]
The House [M13]
Mother's Hand [M14]
Old Weapons [M31]
Cheese Sandwich [M32]
Mother's Room [M33]
Out To Lunch [M41]
No Note [M42]
The Peep Hole [M43/43A]
Sonata #14, Op. 27, No. 2 - 1st Mvt (Beethoven) [M44]
Toomy's Death [M51]
Peep Hole #2 [M52]
Mother's Room #2 [M53]
Basement Killing [M61]
New Furniture [M62]
It's Starting Again [M63]
A Night Cap [M71]
Blood Bath [M72]
Don't Take Me [M73/81]
She's Not Dead [M82]
Hello Mother [M91]
The Cellar [M101]
Sonata #08, Op. 13 - 2nd Mvt (Beethoven) [M111]
It's Not Your Mother [M112]
Expected Guest [M121]
End Title [M123]

alternate notation:

The Murder [1M1]
Main Title [1M2]
The House [1M3]
Mother's Hand [1M4]
Old Weapons [3M1]
Cheese Sandwich [3M2]
Mother's Room [3M3]
Out To Lunch [4M1]
No Note [4M2]
The Peep Hole [4M3/4M3A]
Sonata #14, Op. 27, No. 2 - 1st Mvt (Beethoven) [4M4]
Toomy's Death [5M1]
Peep Hole #2 [5M2]
Mother's Room #2 [5M3]
Basement Killing [6M1]
New Furniture [6M2]
It's Starting Again [6M3]
A Night Cap [7M1]
Blood Bath [7M2]
Don't Take Me [7M3/8M1]
She's Not Dead [8M2]
Hello Mother [9M1]
The Cellar [10M1]
Sonata #08, Op. 13 - 2nd Mvt (Beethoven) [11M1]
It's Not Your Mother [11M2]
Expected Guest [12M1]
End Title [12M3]

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James Newton Howard - Blood Diamond (2006)

Source: cuesheets, recording sessions

Opening Legend [1M1]
Title Sequence [1M2]
Village Attacked [1M4]
Diamond Conference [1M6]
Archer Is Smuggling [1M7]

Solomon Finds Diamond [2M1]
Solomon Arrested [2M2]
Poison Exposes Solomon [2M3]
Archer Sells Diamond [2M5]
Archer's Room [2M8]
RUF Kidnaps Dia [2M9]

Solomon Goes To Work [3M2]
RUF Trains Dia [3M3]
Army Rounds Up People [3M6]
Fall Of Freetown [3M7]
Soldiers Executed [3M8]
Crossing The Bridge [3M10]

Solomon Finds Family [4M1]
Archer Trades His Story [4M2]
Solomon Reflects [4M3]
Car Chase [4M5]

Kamajores [5M1]
Maddy & Archer Kiss [5M3]
Benjamin Shot [5M4]
One Last Favor [5M5]
Goodbyes [5M6]

Burned Out Village [6M1]
Archer And Solomon Fight [6M2]
Archer & Solomon Hike [6M4]
Solomon's Helping Hand [6M5]
Solomon Finds Dia [6M6]
Diamond Mine Bombed [6M8]

Archer Kills Colonel [7M1]
Your Mother Loves You [7M2]
Solomon Flee [7M3]
Solomon Carries Archer [7M4]
Take Your Boy Home [7M5]
Archer Calls Maddy [7M6]

London [8M1]
Solomon's Moment [8M2]

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MICHAEL KAMEN - 1995 - DIE HARD WITH A VENGEANCE
Source: N/A
Given permission to post but can't name source, sorry.
1m1 Main Title
1m1 Simon Says Find McClane
2m1 White Man On Street
2m2
2m3 Taxi
2m4 Neat Bomb
3m1 Simon On The Phone
3m2 72nd Street Phone
4m1a Taxi Chase
4m1PT1 The Subway (Part 1)
4m1PT2 The Subway (Part 2)
5m1 Take Another Train
5m2a The FBI (I)
5m2b The FBI (II)
6m1 Infiltration
Somebody Had Fun (Wild Snare)
6m1b Bank Invasion
7m1 (Ode To Johnny)
7m2 Back To Wall Street
7m3 Indiana John
7m4R Fake Cops
8m1 Gold Vault
8m2-3 Bank Elevator
8m4 Gold Room Aftermath
8m5 Panic
9m2 Aqueduct
9m3 Santa Claus
9m4 Yankee Stadium
9m5 School and Tunnel
9m6 Refrigerator Bomb
10m1 Surfing In The Aqueduct
10m2 Ticking Refrigerator
10m3 Mercedes Chase
10m4 Row Your Boat
10m5 Chase Continues
10m6 Aftermath: Waiting and Falling
11m1
11m2 More Ticking Bomb
11m3 Hooking The Boat
11m3a Half The Man He Use To Be
11m3b On The Freighter
11m4
11m6 Bunny and Fire Drill
12m1 Running The Halls
12m2 Bomb Goes Into Hold
12m6 Bomb Is Armed
13m1
13m2 Holly
13m2a Celebration
13m6 Oh, Canada!

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Star Trek Into Darkness (clearly incomplete)

Source: Instagram pictures from Giacchino, Behind the Scenes videos

1m01

1m03

1m06v3INS

1m07-8

1m09

2m10

2m11

2m13

2m14

2m15 Man vs Blaster

2m16

3m19

3m20

3m21

3m22

3m23

3m24

3m25

4m26

4m27

4m28

4m28B

4m29

5m36-37

6m41 You Wanna Do What?

7m46

7m47a

7m47b

7m47b

11m52 End Credits v2 (added choir)

I have more information to add to Star Trek Into Darkness. I've actually posted this in the film's thread, but no one seemed to notice. This is what I have:

EDIT: Source: Instragram photos from Giacchino (Slate Numbers and Lengths for the First 4 Reels), , Behind-the-scenes featurettes (Additional Slates and Cue Titles), and images from ScoringSessions.com (Cut Titles matching with Slates), Cue Titles from ASCAP (some matched to their correct cues (based on their length and placement in the film)

1M01 v3 "Logos" (0:55)
1M03 v3 "Pranking the Natives" (1:55)
[1M04] v2 SPOCK SLIDES DOWN, KIRK JUMPS OFF
[1M05] UNDERSEA ENTERPRISES INC.
[1M06] ON THE BRIDGE AND ON THE ROCKS
1M06 v3 INS (0:25)
1M07-8 v4 SUB PRIME DIRECTIVE (2:31)
1M09 v3 "London Calling" (2:04)
2M10 v4 DEMOTION EMOTION (0:51)
2M11 v4 (2:27)
2M13 v4 MOM CALLING (0:37)
2M14 v4 (2:21)
2M15 v4 MAN VS. BLASTER (1:56)
2M16 v4 MAN VS. BLASTER PART 2 (2:36)
3M19 v3 ADMIRAL EXPOSITION (3:20)
3M20 v4 (0:41)
3M21 v4 SO LONG SCOTTY (0:52)
3M22 v4 (0:49)
3M23 v4 (1:15)
3M24 v4 COVERT CAROL (0:32)
3M25 v4 CHAIR OF COMMAND (1:10)
4M26 v3 TORPEDO DIPLOMACY (2:15)
4M27 v4 SPOCK AND UHURA (1:15)
4M28 v3 ASTRONOMICAL MANHUNT A (1:39)
4M28B v3 ASTRONOMICAL MANHUNT B (3:18)
4M29 v3 HARRISON BROUGHT ON BOARD (2:37)
4M42B
5M36-37
6M41 YOU WANNA DO WHAT?
6M42
6M42B
6M43A
6M43B
7M44
7M45 I'M GONNA MAKE THIS SIMPLE
7M46
7M47A
7M47B
7M47C
8M54 "Kirk Enterprises"
11M59 v2 "End Credits v2 (Added Choir)" (FROM STAR TREK 2009)

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MICHAEL KAMEN - 1995 - DIE HARD WITH A VENGEANCE
Source: N/A
Given permission to post but can't name source, sorry.
1m1 Simon Says Find McClane
2m1 White Man On Street
7m3 Indiana John
11m3a Half The Man He Use To B
12m2 Bomb Goes Into Hold (Revised)
12m2 Bomb Goes Into Hold (Original)
12m6 Bomb Is Armed (Revised)
12m6 Bomb Is Armed (Original)

Nice!

Out of curiosity, I'm wondering where/how these particular cues match up to the LLL set?

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I have more information to add to Star Trek Into Darkness. I've actually posted this in the film's thread, but no one seemed to notice. This is what I have:

Could you please add the source in your post? Thanks in advance!

Fixed.

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MICHAEL KAMEN - 1995 - DIE HARD WITH A VENGEANCE

Source: N/A

Given permission to post but can't name source, sorry.

1m1 Simon Says Find McClane

2m1 White Man On Street

7m3 Indiana John

11m3a Half The Man He Use To B

12m2 Bomb Goes Into Hold (Revised)

12m2 Bomb Goes Into Hold (Original)

12m6 Bomb Is Armed (Revised)

12m6 Bomb Is Armed (Original)

Nice!

Out of curiosity, I'm wondering where/how these particular cues match up to the LLL set?

Yikes. I didn't think Trent was supposed to post that, but now that he did, I suppose I can share my spreadsheet.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AjiRtgP4_o4TdGlDXzQzempvY09IX1lrZkdxbWNyeEE&output=html

As far as the specific list of cues you highlight goes, all are easy answers you can find on my spreadsheet. As for 12m2 and 12m6, AFAIK there is only 1 version of those cues.... I dunno why he listed revisions. I don't think my spreadsheet has any incorrect info on it.

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Oop- didn't mean to put Trent on the spot; but thanks for sharing your spreadsheet after the fact

Looking at the list, and remembering the corresponding scenes from the film, now I get the in-joke behind 11m3a's title :lol:

A quick correction: 11m6 Bunny and Fire Drill and 12m1 Running The Halls definitely do appear in the film, as well as portions of 5m1 Subway Explosion and 13m6 Oh, Canada! in their respective scenes

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There's no in joke, it's a direct relation to what happens in the scene!

And sorry, I meant no mistakes with listing all the slated cues and lining them up with LLL placement. The "used in film" column probably has some missing info, the score is a mess in the final cut!

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As far as the specific list of cues you highlight goes, all are easy answers you can find on my spreadsheet. As for 12m2 and 12m6, AFAIK there is only 1 version of those cues.... I dunno why he listed revisions. I don't think my spreadsheet has any incorrect info on it.

Since LLL's set is an expanded release, I wonder what is actually missing. Nice work, by the way. In your list, Waltz Of The Bankers seems to consist of 9M3 and 8M3. Seems to be 8M2, though? Also, I'm sure 13M6 has been used (partially?) in the movie.

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LLL labels all their releases as "expanded" rather than "complete", it doesn't mean anything is missing!

And I don't get what you mean about Waltz of the Bankers. The spreadsheet says the first part of the track is 9m2, not 9m3. And 8m2 and 8m3 are the same cue.

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LLL labels all their releases as "expanded" rather than "complete", it doesn't mean anything is missing!

And I don't get what you mean about Waltz of the Bankers. The spreadsheet says the first part of the track is 9m2, not 9m3. And 8m2 and 8m3 are the same cue.

In most cases, there is stuff missing.

9M3 is a typo from me, I meant 9M2, so please forget that.

The spreadsheet lists for the cue 9M3 / 8M3 / 8M3. I guess that should mean 9M3 / 8M2 / 8M3 then. That is wanted I wanted to point out.

However, the segment, that underscores 8M3 isn't used in the track, so technically it's 9M3 / 8M2. Yes, 8M2/3 is a single cue, but I'm sure Kamen recorded them separately and on my sessions they are separate.

Now for a quickie, the first three tracks of Kraemer's score:

Joe Kraemer - Favor (2013)

Source: album teaser clip

The Hotel Room [1M1]

This Would Ruin Me [1M2]

Marvin Takes Over

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Since LLL's set is an expanded release, I wonder what is actually missing.

In terms of original score, we're missing a second 'wild' snare cue, plus a partial rescore of "Bank Invasion" that was heard in the film; there's a percussion cue heard during the confrontation in Harlem, but it's unclear whether it was composed by Michael Kamen, or Mark Mangini. All we can do is speculate whether this missing material is lost or simply not included on the CDs

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"Waltz Of The Bankers" on the OST is definitely 9m2 "Aqueduct". I am not sure if the stuff for "Bank Invasion" is something they edited during post production when they re-sequenced some of the shots. There was a lot of editing going on in the film after Kamen had scored it.

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John Powell - Bolt (2008)

Source: Complete Score

1m1 Meet Bolt

1m2a Bolt Transforms

1m2b The Green-Eyed Man

1m2c Scooter Chase

1m3 Meet the Director

2m4 Bolt's Trailer

2m5 Bolivia

2m6 Bolt Freaks Out

2m8a New York Part 1

2m8b New York Part 2

2m9 Meet Mittens

2m10 Map Chat

3m11 Moving Out

3m12 U-Haul

3m14 RV / Food

3m16 Rhino Superfan

3m18 Fast Train

3m19 Up a Tree

3m20 Shelter Truck

4m21 St. Rhino's Day

4m22 Mission Improbable

4m22 Mission Improbable (no vox)

4m23a Saving Mittens

4m24a Successful Mission

4m24b House on Wheels

4m26 Las Vegas

4m27 A Friend in Need

4m28 To the Studio

5m29 On the Lot

5m30a Fake Starts Fire

5m30b Bolt Hears Cries

5m31a Penny Rescue Part 1

5m31b Penny Rescue Part 2

5m32 Alien TV

5m33 Home at Last

End Suite

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Some stuff from LOTR:

Source: Final Fantasy fan claiming to have Live to Projection score

ROTK:

  • rotk 602 d811h cf813 D b203-261 Minas Tirith
  • rotk dvd74 c308b cf218 The Battle of Pelennor
  • rotk 615 907 The Siege of Gondor
  • rotk 414 415b The Stairs of Cirith Ungol
  • rotk 926 1001 a1002 The End of All Things
  • rotk 912 917 The Black Gate Opens

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2. One post = one cue list. Not more. Once again, that'll be easier for everyone if it is that way.

You should keep the ROTK one in your post. FunnyML already started a FOTR cue list here: http://www.jwfan.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=20819&page=10#entry978977

If he sees this (I'm sure he will, since he's the most regular member in this thread :P), he could update his post to add the cue titles you found and he'll credit you there.

So basically, for the time being, keep it that way. Once FunnyML has updated his post with your additional info, you can edit yours to keep only the ROTK stuff.

Or maybe LeBlanc could do all that and save us a lot of trouble. ;)

P.S.: The Live to Projection score doesn't seem to have the correct slate numbers (well, to be more precise, they don't seem to be slate numbers). For example, in FunnyML's list, M4 is The Shire, while 4a is The One Ring in your list.

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Oops, Sorry about that, the fact that it was only a partial list kinda threw me off (plus the fact that I have not read the first post for a long time ;) )

And I do agree that the FOTR stuff does not seem to be slates, but there are some unique titles (The One Ring etc.), so I posted them anyways

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Oops, Sorry about that, the fact that it was only a partial list kinda threw me off (plus the fact that I have not read the first post for a long time ;) )

And I do agree that the FOTR stuff does not seem to be slates, but there are some unique titles (The One Ring etc.), so I posted them anyways

I have complete 'cue' lists from the live to projection scores if you want them. Here is ROTK -

Return of the King L2P Cues
1. Roots and Beginnings (CR D1 T1)
2a. Journey to the Cross-roads (CR D1 T2, CR D1 T3)
2b. Return to Edoras (CR D1 T5)
2c. The Chalice Passed (CR D1 T6)
2d. The Green Dragon (CR D1 T7)
3. Gollum's Villainy (CR D1 T8)
4. The Palantir (CR D1 T10, CR D1 T11)
5. The Grace of Undomiel (CR D1 T12)
6. The Eyes of the White Tower (CR D1 T13)
7. A Coronal of Silver and Gold, part 1 (CR D1 T14)
8. A Coronal of Silver and Gold, part 2 (CR D1 T14)
9. The Lighting of the Beacons (CR D1 T15, CR D2 T1, CR D1 T15)
10. Minas Tirith (CR D1 T15, CR D2 T1)
11.The Stairs of Cirith Ungol (CR D2 T2)
12a. The Witch King (CR D2 T2)
12b. Allegiance to Denethor (CR D2 T3)
13a. The Parting of Sam & Frodo (CR D2 T5, CR D2 T4)
13b. The Steward of Gondor
14. Marshalling at Dunharrow (CR D2 T6)
15. Anduril – Flame of the West (CR D2 T7, CR D2 T8, CR D2 T9, CR D2 T10)
16. The Paths of the Dead (CR D2 T11)
Intermission
17a. Entr'acte (end of CR D2 T10)
17b. The Siege of Gondor (CR D2 T12)
18. Shelob's Lair (CR D2 T13)
19. Grond (CR D3 T1)
20. Shelob the Great (CR D3 T2)
21a. The Tomb of the Steward (CR D3 T3)
21b. The Battle of the Pelennor Fields (CR D3 T4)
21c. The Pyre of Denethor (CR D3 T5)
21d. The Mumakil (CR D3 T6)
22a. Dernhelm in Battle (CR D3 T7)
22b. A Far Green Country (CR D3 T8)
23a. The Shieldmaiden of Rohan (CR D3 T9)
23b. The Passing of Theoden (CR D3 T10)
23c. Oaths Fulfilled (CR D3 T11)
24. The Tower of Cirith Ungol (CR D3 T12)
25a. The Last Debate (CR D3 T13)
25b. The Land of Shadow (CR D3 T14)
26. The Mouth of Sauron (CR D3 T15)
27. For Frodo (CR D3 T16)
28. Mount Doom (CR D4 T1)
29. The Crack of Doom (CR D4 T2)
30. The Eagles (CR D4 T3)
31. The Fellowship Reunited (CR D4 T4, CR D4 T5)
32. The Journey to the Grey Havens (CR D4 T5)
33a. Days of the Ring (CR D4 T6, CR D4 T7)
33b. Into the West (CR D4 T7)

And The Two Towers...

1 Glamdring
2a Elven Rope (part 1)
2b Elven Rope (part 2)
2c Elven Rope (part 3)
2d Elven Rope (part 4)
3a Ugluk's Warriors
3b The Three Hunters
3c Driven from Edoras
3d Grima, Son of Galmod
3e Tracking the Uruk-Hai
4 Night Camp
5a The Plains of Rohan
5b Hasufel
5c Fangorn Forest
6a The Dead Marshes
6b "Wraiths on Wings"
7a Entering Fangorn
7b The Banks of the Entwash
7c Gandalf the White
7d Shadowfax
8a The Black Gate is Closed (part 1)
8b The Black Gate is Closed (part 2)
8c Edoras
9a The Court of Meduseld (part 1)
9b The Court of Meduseld (part 2)
10a Theoden King (part 1)
10b Theoden King (part 2)
10c The Fallen
11a The Stables of Rohan
11b Shieldmaiden Eowyn
12a The Forests of Ithilien
12b Always Ready to Help
12c Of Herbs and Stewed Rabbit
12d The Existence of Oliphaunts
Intermission
13a One of the Dunedain
13b Evenstar
14 The Wolves of Isengard
15 Warg Battle
16 Refuge at Helm's deep
17 The Voice of Saruman
18a Breath of Life
18b Arwen's Fate
19 The Story Foretold
20a The Forbidden Pool
20b Faramir's Good Council (part 1)
20c Faramir's Good Council (part 2)
20d Aragorn's Return (part 1)
20e Aragorn's Return (part 2)
21a War is Upon Us (part 1)
21b War is Upon Us (part 2)
21c Ent Moot
22a "Where is the Horse and the Rider?" (part 1)
22b "Where is the Horse and the Rider?" (part 2)
23a The Host of the Eldar (part 1)
23b The Host of the Eldar (part 2)
23c The Battle of the Hornburg
24a The Breach of the Deeping Wall (part 1)
24b The Breach of the Deeping Wall (part 2)
24c The Entmoot Decides
25a Haldir's Lament
25b The Fellowship Challenged
25c Master Peregrin's Plan
26a The Last March of the Ents (part 1)
26b The Last March of the Ents (part 2)
26c The Descent of the Nazgul
27a The Last Charge
27b Thangen I Harn
27c Theoden Rides Forth
28a The Tales That Really Matter
28b Gollum's Song
28c The Lady of Rohan
28d A Na Dhin
28e Evenstar
28f The Riddermark
Finally Fellowship...
1. Prologue
2. Bag End
3a. Old Friends
3b. Bilbo
4a. The One Ring
4b. Shadow of the Past
4c. Conspiracy Unmasked, part 1
5. Conspiracy Unmasked, part 2
6. Three Is Company, part 1
7. Three Is Company, part 2
8a. Shortcut to Mushrooms
8b. The Old Forest
9. The Old Forest, part 2
10. Sign of the Prancing Pony
11a. Sign of the Prancing Pony, part 2
11b. Isengard
12. A Knife in the Dark
13a. A Knife in the Dark, part 2
13b. A Knife in the Dark, part 3
13c. Flight to the Ford
14a. Orthanc
14b. Many Meetings
15. Strider
16a. Council of Elrond
16b. Council of Elrond, part 2
Intermission
16c. Council of Elrond reprise
17. The Ring Goes South
18a. Caradhras
18b. Sirannon
19a. Moria
19b. Gollum
19c. Dwarrowdelf
19d. Balin’s Tomb
20. Orc Attack
21a. Cave Troll
21b. Mithril Vest
21c. The Second Hall
22a. Khazad-Dum
23a. Lothlorien
23b. Gandalf’s Lament
23c. Boromir
23d. Mirror of Galadriel
24a. Farewell to Lothlorien
24b. The River of Anduin
24c. Argonath
25. Amon Hen
26a. Amon Hen, part 2
26b. The Great River
26c. Departure of Boromir
27. End Credits

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Wow! thank you Jim! Interesting that Shore used Tolkien languages for some titles, I used the same "trick" when I needed to come up with Tolkien sounding track titles for my 2-Disc Hobbit trilogy-style album edits.

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Jim, the "cue" called Entre' Acte in your ROTK list, is it various pages of sheet music edited to create a piece of music to start the second part?

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Wow! thank you Jim! Interesting that Shore used Tolkien languages for some titles, I used the same "trick" when I needed to come up with Tolkien sounding track titles for my 2-Disc Hobbit trilogy-style album edits.

It's interesting to note what is considered a 'piece' of music too; things get longer and longer as the trilogy goes on.

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Wow! thank you Jim! Interesting that Shore used Tolkien languages for some titles, I used the same "trick" when I needed to come up with Tolkien sounding track titles for my 2-Disc Hobbit trilogy-style album edits.

It's interesting to note what is considered a 'piece' of music too; things get longer and longer as the trilogy goes on.

Hmm? I don't follow..

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