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Expanded Spiderman is already in chronological order.

Well, the copy I've got really REALLY isn't. For starters, the "End Credits" is smack dab in the middle of the tracklist. :(

Could you post the track list for yours so I could compare?

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I don't have a full breakdown of the album release, but here are a few other details which may be useful.

John Debney's Pizza Delivery replaced 1M2 Pizza Man.

Chris Young's The Demonstration replaced 3M3 Blue Light, 3M4 Fusion and 3M5 Mayhem.

Runaway Train replaced 6M5 and 6M6 (Train, parts 1 & 2).

Various other cues were replaced with tracked music.

Full list of original Elfman cues:

1M1  TITLE SEQUENCE  

1M2  PIZZA MAN  

1M3  BOOK TROUBLES  

1M4  RIDING TO MAY'S  

1M5  PETER'S BIRTHDAY    

1M6A  HARRY REMEMBERS  

1M6B  RESPONSIBLE ONE (was 1M9)    

1M7 BACKYARD REVISITED PT1 (was 1M7)  

1M7B  BACKYARD REVISITED PT2 (was IM8)  

2M2  APARTMENT TRANSITION  

2M4  THEATRE MONTAGE    

2M5  COPS AND ROBBERS  

2M7  SPOTTING MJ  

2M8  SPIDUS INTERRUPTUS  

2M10  DRAGGIN'  

3M1  A PHONE CALL    

3M2  THE REVEAL    

3M3 BLUE LIGHT  

3M4  FUSION    

3M5  MAYHEM  

3M6  AFTERMATH  

3M7  DOC OCK IS BORN  

3M8  ANGRY ARMS    

3M9  THE BANK  

4M1  SAVING MAY  

4M5  SPIDER FALL    

4M6  REBUILDING  

4M7  UNCLE BEN    

4M8  HAPPY MONTAGE  

5M1  PETER APPEALS TO MJ  

5M2  NEWSPAPER  

5M3  A MUGGING  

5M4  SPIDER-GONE  

5M5  OCK'S MACHINE    

5M6  ROOFTOP RENDEZVOUS    

5M7  THE FIRE  

5M8  PETER'S TURMOIL  

5M9  AUNT MAY PACKS  

5M10  AUNT MAY SELLS SPIDEY

5M11  NOT BACK YET    

6M1  THE WRONG KISS  

6M2  ALMOST A KISS  

6M3  A HOSTAGE    

6M4  HE'S BACK  

6M5  THE TRAIN, PART 1  

6M6  THE TRAIN, PART 2  

6M7  APPRECIATION  

6M8  OUT FOR THE COUNT  

6M9 THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY  

7M1  ON THE CASE  

7M2  ARMAGEDDON    

7M3  A REALLY BIG WEB  

7M4  THE GOBLIN RETURNS  

7M6  WEDDING ORCH SWEETENER  

7M7  DECLARED LOVE  

7M8  END CREDITS I  

More details here

Is there any way I can acquire this promo score?

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I found this order for The Untouchables - is it correct?

8. The Strength of the Righteous (Main Title)

9. Ness and His Family

10. False Alarm

2. Al Capone

6. Victorious

3. Waiting at the Border

11. The Untouchables

7. The Man with the Matches

12. Four Friends

13. Machine Gun Lullaby

5. On the Rooftops

4. Death Theme

1. The Untouchables (End Title)

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I figured out the chronological order of Rocky. Let me know if anything is wrong:

1.) Fanfare (T. 9 0:00-:21) I think it's a different recording, but it's the same music.

2.) Take You Back (Source)

3.) Reflections

4.) (Unreleased, a short piece that sounds like an alternate of T. 2 :55-end, from Rocky leaving his boss and walking through the street)

5.) (Unreleased, another very short piece where Rocky and Adrian leave the house to go on their first date)

6.) First Date

7.) You Take My Heart Away

8.) (Unreleased) Another short, maybe 10 second piece where Rocky admits to Adrian that all the talk bothers him)

9.) Philadelphia Morning

10.)Butkus

11.)Gonna Fly Now

12.)Alone In the Ring

13.)Marine Hymn

14.) Fanfare (0:00-:11) Again, it may be a different recording from the movie. Call it an album version)

15.) Going the Distance

16.) The Final Bell (0:11-end)

17.) Rocky's Reward

18.) Rocky Fanfare

19.) Final Bell (:11-end) (Unused)

Also, does anyone know anything about the score to Rocky II? I haven't seen the movie in a while, but I'm confused. I hear that the Overture consists of the end of Round 14 in the beginning, after the opening title, and then later on has the finale. But it sounds repetitive. It sounds like the end of Roudn 14 isn't actually the fight. It soudns as if it goes from the fight to the finale, but with a weird horn ending that doesn't sound like a true finale. Then we have a repeat later on of the same theme but a different orchestration that soudns much more like a finale followed by the end credits.

So is the so-called End of Round 14 actually just part of th eoverture and not actually in the movie? Or is it orchestrated differently than in the movie? I've pieced together a chronological version of that, but before I burn the CD, I don't want this repitition and false ending that breaks up the flow of the CD.

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How about transforming this thread into a database? Mind, I'm not asking this of the JWFan.net administration, but of some member with some web space... just create a simple directory of chronological track lists by composer or title... since many of these are of questionable authenticity, add something like a "verify" option; users can confirm that a track list is correct by a mouse click or two (thus, unverified track lists would appear with a warning of sorts). Anyone?

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Does anyone know about this?

I found this order for The Untouchables - is it correct?

8. The Strength of the Righteous (Main Title)

9. Ness and His Family

2. Al Capone

10. False Alarm

6. Victorious

3. Waiting at the Border

11. The Untouchables

7. The Man with the Matches

12. Four Friends

13. Machine Gun Lullaby

5. On the Rooftops

4. Death Theme

1. The Untouchables (End Title)

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The only error is that False Alarm and Al Capone should be switched so False Alarm comes first.

Does anyone know about this?
I found this order for The Untouchables - is it correct?

8. The Strength of the Righteous (Main Title)

9. Ness and His Family

2. Al Capone

10. False Alarm

6. Victorious

3. Waiting at the Border

11. The Untouchables

7. The Man with the Matches

12. Four Friends

13. Machine Gun Lullaby

5. On the Rooftops

4. Death Theme

1. The Untouchables (End Title)

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I have the chrono list for The Fifth Element, although nobody asked for it as far as I know.

2-4, 13, 7, 8, 12, 6, 5, 20, 18, 19, 10, 11, 9, 14-17, 21-25, 1*

*not in film; on my resequenced album I have it at the start, almost like an overture of sorts.

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The only error is that False Alarm and Al Capone should be switched so False Alarm comes first.

I thought "False Alarm" was the scene where Nitti is in the car outside Ness' house? And "Al Capone" is right after he first meets Malone, isn't it?

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This is not exactly sequencing of tracks, but on the Giants of Cinema CD there is a Black Sunday suite which, according to soundtrackcollector.com, includes the tracks Preparations, The blimp & the bomb, Air chase, The explosion, and End cast. Does anyone know at what seconds each piece stops and starts, and if the order is correct?

Thanks!

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Does anyone have the order for Blood Diamond, please?

(Or is it already in film order?)

I have just received it and want to make a songless copy; I would rather have it in the right order as well.

What I have heard so far (first four tracks) sounded great.

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You might check FSM's or Moviemusic.com's message boards for that one. I think there was a thread about it.

Thanks!

I believe this is correct, after looking at those threads: 11, 5, 6, 8, 10, 4, 7, 2, 3, 9, 1.

I suppose I'll have to suffer watching the film again to know for sure.

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I don't feel like sifting through 10 pages...but can someone tell me the correct chrono order for Elfman's Batman please?

1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 8 - 5 - 6 - 9 - 7 - 10 - 11 - 12 - 13 - 14 - 15 - 16 - 17 - 18 - 19 - 20 - 21

FYI, Marc's list six posts up from yours was (slightly) incorrect, I believe.

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Still nothing regarding the order of Blood Diamond?

And what about Predator 2, please? Some track titles are a bit too cryptic for me to judge, having not seen the movie in a while.

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Predator 2:

1 Main Title

7 El Scorpio

2 First Carnage

9 Swinging Rude Boys

5 Danny Gets It

4 Truly Dead

6 Rest In Pieces

3 Tunnel Chase

8 This Is History

10 Dem Bones

11 End Title

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Does anyone know the sequence for RoboCop?

Going by the newer album, since the older one is a little messed up:

1 Main Title

16 Have a Heart

17 OCP Monitors

2 Van Chase

3 Murphy's Death

18 Nuke 'Em (...I think this goes here)

7 The Dream

13 We Killed You

5 Home

10 Clarence Frags Bob

4 Rock Shop

12 Robo Drives to Jones

14 Directive 4

6 Robo Vs Ed-209

9 Betrayal

19 Big Is Better

11 Care Package

15 Showdown

8 Across the Board

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I don't think it's a real bootleg. There are some cues extra which I think have been ripped from the DVD. They're rather SFX-clean though.

See http://plissken.free.fr/Covers/D/Die%20Hard%203%20bck.jpg

That's the one! It's not the best bootleg around, but it's more than nothing.

Also, anyone know the chrono. order of THE CORE or GHOST RIDER (both by Chris Young)?

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Also, anyone know the chrono. order of THE CORE or GHOST RIDER (both by Chris Young)?

The Core cannot be sequenced chronologically without extensive editing. The 2CD set includes a number of alternates and is not complete.

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Just looking around at the last few pages...

Thought I saw someone mention The Ring. I loathe the release they put together, combing tracks from both films into suites. I hope if they ever re-release these when The Ring 3 comes out (if it ever does) they do it properly!

Now as you can see in my order below I have included tracks from the promo that was released (because it includes some importaint cues) and have given them track number zero. Everything else has the track number that the cue appeared on in the official release, but you might want to use a few fade ins and outs because of cues seuging together. I have also switced a few track names (from the remix tracks) around and made up a few, so I hope it's not too confusing. ;)

THE RING Hans Zimmer, Henning Lohner, Martin Tillman, Jim Dooley, and Trevor Morris

01. The Mystery Of The Ring (0:18-end)

00. Aidan (On Promo)

02. Katie’s Funeral (5:04-end)

02. A Lighthouse (0:00-3:29)

00. Aidan Watched The Tape (On Promo-titled as Drawing/Investigation))

04. Investigation (0:00-1:42)

00. Investigation [Alternate] (On Promo)

03. This Is Going To Hurt (1:06-end)

00: This Is Going To Hurt [Alternate] (On Promo-titled as Overboard)

03. Moesko Island (0:00-1:05)

00. Drawing (On Promo)

00. Samara (On Promo-titled as A Lighthouse)

02. Burning Tree (3:59-5:03)

04. The Last Day (1:43-2:57)

00. Under The Rug (On Promo)

08. Rachel And Samara (0:00-1:19)

08. The Curse Ends (3:30-4:46)

08. She Never Sleeps (4:47-end)

00. She Never Sleeps [Alternate] (On Promo-titled as Seven Days To Die)

00. Rachel’s Run (jimdooley.com-this is an edit of Overboard)

00. End Titles (On Promo)

THE RING TWOHenning Lohner, Mark Tillman, and Trevor Morris

01. Open Well (0:00-0:17)

05. Seventh Day (1:46-end)

04. Destroying The Tape (2:58-6:20)

05. Deer Attack (0:00-1:45)

04. Wanted To Be Heard (6:21-8:41)

08. I’ll Follow Your Voice (1:19-3:30)

07. Take Me To Where She Is Afraid

04. Samaradrome (8:42-end)

06. The Well (1:54-end)

06. Sacrifice (0:00-1:53)

9-12. REMIX TRACKS

And someone mentioned Jaws 3 awhile back. A good score (TSGHU! is a fantastic cue), just not the same as what John Williams did.

Jaws 3 - Alan Parker

Main Title

Overman's Last Dive

Kay And Mike's Love Theme

Underwater Kingdom/Shark Chase, Pt. 1

Shark Chase, Pt. 2/Dolphin Rescue

Night Capture

It's Alive!/Seaworld Opening Day/Silver Bullet

Panic At Seaworld

Phillip's Demise

Saved By The Dolphins

"The Shark's Gonna Hit Us!"

End Titles

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