Well, I've just seen Spidey 3 and let me tell you: music-wise, this is by far - and by that I mean lightyears - the worst film I've ever seen. The tracking is SO bad, even the prequels stand out as jewels compared to this film! I do not exaggerate, and I mean that, when I say that approximately 10 to 15 minutes of Young score made it into the final picture. The Elfman pieces (and always the same ones!) got used so often, it actually made me nauseous. Rather tellingly, whenever Young is in the scene, rare enough, his score features variants on Elfman's stuff.
The whole thing felt like watching a temp track peppered with music Christopher Young wrote in an early stage to give Sam Raimi some preview. About 80 % of the score is tracked, I still don't believe it. Even the main titles are a bad-flowing conglomerate of Elfman's original title music and Young's.
You'd think a director sees it when the amount of tracking hurts the film more than any original score, as bad as it may seem in the eyes of the director.
That's Disappointing to hear. Yet so very expected.