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    Trope reacted to Edmilson in Warner Bros. unreleased / unexpanded titles that may never see the light of day   
    Geez, I forgot that The Perfect Storm is from WB. It's one of my most wanted Horner holy grails, and now because Warners is in such a mess, the expansion may never see the light of day.
     
    Better stick with the bootleg, then...
     
    There's also the non-Williams Potter sequels, JW's JFK, lots of Goldenthal scores from the 90s...
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    Trope reacted to bollemanneke in The Official La-La Land Records Thread   
    Yes, let's apologise to all the studios. I love you WB for not just slapping a signature on something. Thank you. Thank you for allowing Mike Matessino and other dedicated people to do the work that should have been done on day one. I bow to thee. In all fairness, it's really great to hear him speak so positively of Universal, but I have no patience whatsoever with WB. Just sell off your entire damn catalogue if you're doing nothing constructive with it.
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    Trope reacted to Jay in The Official La-La Land Records Thread   
    Mike Matessino posted in the thread too

    As someone in the front line trenches, I can attest to the approval madness. It has measurably cut into the time for working on the music. But at least the titles that are taking so long are very much worthwhile.
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    Trope reacted to 1977 in The Official La-La Land Records Thread   
    Just in from MV at FSM:
     
    I just want to add one more thing about the lack of golden and silver age titles.

    Warner Bros and Fox were a huge part of FSM release slate.
    Both companies as of 2023 are not working with the labels any more
    (WB closing its doors and Fox being absorbed by Disney).
     
    Disney works with Intrada, but apparently there are approval issues and delays.
     
    Sony has element issues.
     
    MGM and Paramount are wonderful to work with but so much of their catalogs have been mined there is not much left.
     
    That leaves Universal....we have some great projects lined up with them, two of them scheduled for this year both from the 1960s. And more in 2024.

    Before WB and Fox shut down we had some amazing titles we were looking into, but alas they were not meant to be at this time.

    MV
     
     
    So I guess no more Fox titles either.
     
    Wonder what he means by Sony having element issues. 
     
    Seems the golden age of soundtrack releases is slowly drawing to a close.
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    Trope reacted to PrayodiBA in John Powell's MIGRATION (2023)   
    HE’S BACK!!! 🥺😭 
    RPReplay_Final1694210067_1.mp4  
     
    I was hearing this right when I woke up in the morning, you can imagine what a speggtacular start this is to my day  
     
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    Trope reacted to enderdrag64 in John Powell's MIGRATION (2023)   
    https://www.instagram.com/p/CwqbP7BykYN/?hl=en
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    Trope reacted to Jay in John Powell's MIGRATION (2023)   
    Gen Z has arrived at JWFan
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    Trope reacted to Jay in Howard Shore's THE LORD OF THE RINGS   
    Yep.  Would love to see it revisited by someone following the Matessino model for giving a score a definitive presentation.
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    Trope reacted to Richard Penna in Howard Shore's THE LORD OF THE RINGS   
    I'm attempting to make 'alternative' OSTs for FotR and RotK to try to address a few issues each has, and I noticed something in Flight to the Ford /Give Up the Halfling and the 'film version' from the rarities.
     
    Hopefully someone who's seen the film and the theatrical/extended versions more than I have can offer some insight.
     
    Both Flight and Halfling have the brass clusters before going into the soloist again, but only the rarities 'film version' has the extra part when Arwen summons the water (I'd only noticed the lower-key crescendo previously). Is that extra bit actually missing from the CR track? It's got the film ending for the soloist so I wonder whether it's either a different version entirely, or if some editing has been done here.
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    Trope reacted to NL197 in James Horner's synths   
    My favorite synthesized effect Horner used was the 'air' effect, like a faint whistle in a huge amount of his scores, notably in "To Gillian on her 37th Birthday", "Deep Impact", "Braveheart", "The Forgotten" and many, many others. 
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    Trope reacted to FunnyML in Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget (2023 Netflix movie, music by Harry Gregson-Williams)   
    Chicken Run 2 would be a perfect opportunity to expand the score for the first movie. Here is an unreleased track:
     
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    Trope reacted to Mr. Who in Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget (2023 Netflix movie, music by Harry Gregson-Williams)   
    Really looking forward to both of these! The new Barbieheimer is ChickenMigrationRun!
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    Trope got a reaction from Yavar Moradi in The Official Intrada Thread   
    My Horner wishlist would be Bicentennial Man, A Beautiful Mind, The Perfect Storm and An American Tail: Fievel Goes West! Also wouldn’t mind Deep Impact. 
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    Trope got a reaction from Edmilson in The Official Intrada Thread   
    My Horner wishlist would be Bicentennial Man, A Beautiful Mind, The Perfect Storm and An American Tail: Fievel Goes West! Also wouldn’t mind Deep Impact. 
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    Trope got a reaction from Amer in The Official Intrada Thread   
    My Horner wishlist would be Bicentennial Man, A Beautiful Mind, The Perfect Storm and An American Tail: Fievel Goes West! Also wouldn’t mind Deep Impact. 
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    Trope reacted to Amer in The Official Intrada Thread   
    4 James Horner's?
     
    Well..here is my wish list:
     
    1) ENEMY AT THE GATES
    2) SNEAKERS
    3) THE PERFECT STORM
    4) THE MISSING
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    Trope reacted to PrayodiBA in Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget (2023 Netflix movie, music by Harry Gregson-Williams)   
    I just realized the movie release date is Dec 15, presumably the soundtrack release date is the same.
     
    Then on that day, we will have a battle of the century between HGW’s score and John Powell’s highly anticipated score of Migration (the soundtrack will be released one week before the movie release date on Dec 22)
     
    Funny that apart they used to be partner,
    both soundtrack revolve around poultry! And both will probably be heavily kazoos-induced! 😱🔥🔥
     
     
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    Trope reacted to Holko in The Official Intrada Thread   
    Sneaky way to inflate the list and make one score look like 3
     
    Edit: oh shit this was a joke but factchecked myself and the 3 of them worked on The Rock
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    Trope reacted to Faleel in The Official Intrada Thread   
    That's a lot of Horner.
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    Trope reacted to Jilal in Williams' favourite musical instrument   
    Williams' favorite instrument is undoubtedly the boom-tzz
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    Trope reacted to Holko in The Official La-La Land Records Thread   
    They're fucking idiots, that's why. They don't even have anything better to do right now with the strikes! Shouldn't they be glad that at least something could be getting released?
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    Trope reacted to Thor in The Official James Horner Thread   
    It's a great score. A BEAUTIFUL MIND, as you mention, would fall somewhat in the same category. I think you'll find some of the same elements in many of his other, calmer, more explorative works as well - HOUSE OF CARDS, THE SPITFIRE GRILL, TO GILLIAN ON HER 37TH BIRTHDAY, HOUSE OF SAND AND FOG, THE LIFE BEFORE HER EYES and even my alltime favourite Horner score THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PAJAMAS.
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    Trope reacted to crumbs in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (Disney Records Original Soundtrack Album) - NO FILM SPOILERS!   
    Disney Music logic: Make physical copies of the score almost impossible to buy, release high resolution digital copies for free.
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    Trope reacted to blondheim in WAR OF THE WORLDS (2005) 2CD edition from Intrada Records 2020   
    I just picked this up. I can’t wait to hear the complete score! I’ve always loved the album presentation. I thought I owned it but I guess it was another one of the CDs that was lost in that move. But it was an important score to me growing up so I’ve gotta have it. I’ve been buying a lot of scores from the labels recently. Very excited for Black Friday this year 
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