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  1. Quite nice! My only small critique is that I don't think the transition between the vocals and the opening works as well as the remain of the cue.
  2. We should assume that unless Williams has a conflict he'll be scoring every Spielberg movie... I hope for a 90's style score (and also movie) but it's too soon for that. I'm sure that in any case Spielberg has a clear idea of what style of music the movie needs.
  3. Me too! I also noticed that motif and immediately thought it was some variation of Kylo...
  4. For me is almost a tie between ESB and TFA. I end up voting for the latter, I love how well it condenses many of the themes and sub themes in the movie.
  5. I like the 97' release. I know they are very imperfect but are the ones I listed more. I was about to pick the "I'm waiting for the right release" because definitely I am, but for the time being the 97' is my choice.
  6. I voted for ESB. All of them are great but I have a soft spot for that one.
  7. Does anyone has made covers for the individual episodes of The Mandalorian Season 2? Here they are but Episode 16 is missing cover https://www.facebook.com/blackinkcovers/photos/?tab=album&ref=
  8. It hugely depends on the quality of the CD-R and at some level the quality of the burning process (there's always redundant data to avoid that minor scratch will end destroying the music). I never bought an official CD-R from Amazon (but I assume there perfectly fine and goo), but I can tell you that some cheap brands made CDs that won't last much (there are very transparent) and they are very easy to damage. But in any case, if the CD-R is ok you won't hear the difference at all.
  9. I can understand it but I much prefer the tracked soundtrack. North score sounds dated, a score from a movie in 1968 and the classical score sounds timeless. In my case, Troy is the best example of a rejected score that I prefer over the replaced one. Yared did a great job and Horner a good but predictable one. Also, the 13th Warrior from Graeme Revell is surprisingly good... Not sure if I prefer it over Goldsmith one, but I would have keep it in the movie.
  10. For the scores is a clear win for Williams, and by far. I feel the Hobbit trilogy has weak and boring scores. I have tried to listen them many times and I always end up stoping them. They lack the excellence of the Lord of the Rings and precuels scores. The movies... For me, the better movie of the six is the Phantom Menace (unpopular, I know). It feels the better done, there have some things that I dislike but overall is an ok movie. The rest are simply bad movies. My main problem with the Hobbit trilogy is that apart from bad they are also boring. The novel is very entertaining,
  11. Probably my ranking is not going to be much popular but The ones I feel they are Star Wars: 1- The Last Jedi 2- The Force Awakens 3- Solo The ones I don't care much (I could swap the order in some of them): 4-The Mandalorian Season 1 5- The Rise of Skywalker 6- Rogue One 7- The Mandalorian Season 2
  12. The first 3 tracks are the most enjoyable Zimmer in years. As many others I feel the score tanks a little bit when it gets less heroic and more dark in the Zimmer style.
  13. I do... For me it feels cheap and very generic. I don't feel nothing related with Star Wars with that music.
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