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  1. The cue I'm most interested in from Avatar is Thanator Chase. That is one of my favourite action cues from the score and a proper version doesn't seem to be available anywhere yet. The one on the sessions has a weird reverb effect, and the FYC promo version is micro-edited.
  2. A lot of the action cues such as Gargantos, Battle Time, and Illuminati vs Wanda are shortened on the OST.
  3. Aladdin (Alan Menken) Avatar (James Horner) Defiance (James Newton Howard) Dinosaur (James Newton Howard) Doctor Strange 2 (Danny Elfman) DuckTales TV series (Ron Jones) Enchanted (Alan Menken) Eternals (Ramin Djawadi) Gladiator (Hans Zimmer) King Kong (James Newton Howard) Pirates of the Caribbean 1-4 (Hans Zimmer, Klaus Badelt) The Road to El Dorado (Hans Zimmer, John Powell) Spider-Man 1-3 (Danny Elfman, Christopher Young) Van Helsing (Alan Silvestri)
  4. I voted for HTTYD too. IMHO, 2010 was one of the best years for film scores all around. Other favourites of mine were The Last Airbender, Inception, Alice in Wonderland, Prince of Persia, TRON: Legacy, Knight & Day, and Deathly Hallows part 1.
  5. Looks like the lossless download is going to be available on Qobuz tomorrow. https://www.qobuz.com/au-en/album/doctor-strange-in-the-multiverse-of-madness-danny-elfman/crqnm01grzxha
  6. It would also be cool to have a complete Road to El Dorado. That is an awesome animated score with a pretty short OST release.
  7. It's become quite popular here in India as well. I watched the movie with a group of friends who are mostly not interested in film scores, but they all enjoyed the music and one guy said he's going to be listening to the album a lot in the coming days. They also stayed back for the end credits to listen to the music.
  8. I like all of them, but I voted for Danny Elfman's first Spider-Man score for its nostalgic value. We were first shown the movie in school all those years back; I still remember the music from the "Parade Attack" scene. It would be great if LLL or any other label manages to release a box set of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy scores.
  9. I got goosebumps listening to this. It's rather darker than the original in parts, but a wonderful new interpretation of the classic score. "Stampede" is amazing!
  10. Loving the action music and all the variations of the main theme. Definitely seems to be one of the more memorable scores of the year. Eager to hear how it plays in the film.
  11. Another sadly overlooked gem by him - The Hundred Foot Journey. I liked the movie a lot too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HisbMQ5uKg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t46cQ5Pnc7w https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PVCGfAxejY
  12. Unfortunately no. I really like the love theme and the elephant fight music from that score, and all the Arabic styled cues. We were promised score releases of scores like Mangal Pandey, Maryan, Sivaji: The Boss and Mr. Rahman himself mentioned working on score albums of Kochadaiyaan and 2.0, but they never happened.
  13. The score release of Enthiran was truly a dream come true for me. I had nearly given up hope after all the false promises made in regards to his Indian score releases here. The label had mentioned working on the score album back in 2010. I'm just glad it happened at last. There are so many hidden gems in his repertoire that it's difficult to even start mentioning them. I wish someday a film music label tries looking into releasing them. Mangal Pandey: The Rising (DVD rip)- An orchestral suite of his (mostly unreleased) scores played recently during the audio launch of theEnthiran sequel "2.0" - One of my favourite non-film works, the Lord of the Rings musical - "The Flying Lotus" symphonic suite -
  14. Wishing you a very Happy Birthday, maestro Williams. May you be blessed with all the happiness and joy in the world, good health and everything you wish for.
  15. Thanks a lot for the wonderful analysis of this beautiful score. It's one of my favourites from recent years too.
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