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It should since the isolated score had edits and volume dips, and there is music still unreleased that was dropped from the film and didn't appear on either CD release.

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No Bond until later next year (hopefully) ...the new film is the top priority now for all involved.

MV

 

 

https://filmscoremonthly.com/board/posts.cfm?threadID=67395&forumID=1&archive=0&pageID=44&r=448#bottom

 

 

Interesting that DAD and TWINE snuck out in between SPECTRE and Bond25 and we have to wait for Bond25 hoopla to be over now before the catalog releases continue

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33 minutes ago, gkgyver said:

Yes because a few thousand CDs of a 20 year old film will hurt Bond 25 business so much. Goddamn Broccoli cunts.

Eh, yes, I want it please.

 

My goodness, the language. Think of the kids.

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Of course it is!  It makes no sense, for sure.

 

But getting angry about it doesn't accomplish anything.

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2 hours ago, gkgyver said:

The beauty of the internet. Where people reading your posts get way angrier at them than you are yourself.

 

Its just your innate charm.

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It's always been interesting how these labels can't put out an old score while a new film is coming, but the studios themselves won't hesitate to cash in with repackaged Blu-rays and DVDs of those same older films, or release special editions of the older ones to tie into the hype for the newer ones. 

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5 hours ago, Koray Savas said:

The keyword there is “cash in.” It doesn’t cost them much money to repackage something. 

 

No, but it does when they tie in older films to the new releases with special editions full of extras and remastered pictures, etc. 

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32 minutes ago, Disco Stu said:

Anyone else prefer "A Pleasant Drive in St. Petersburg" to the Altman cue in the film?

 

27 minutes ago, Faleel J.M. said:

I like it, can't say I prefer it.

Agreed. Luc Serra's cue is good, but John Altman's cue fits the finished film better.

I will happily go on record and say that I love the GoldenEye score.

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