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scallenger last won the day on March 23 2013

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  1. That would make it a 3 CD release then, since the OST is actually 2 CDs already. Think they would do a 3 CD release for this score? I hope so honestly, it's one of my favorite Zimmer's now... ESPECIALLY since I just now discovered the "sketches". WOW! I definitely want those part of a CD release.
  2. I never had the OST of BTTF3, not even downloaded... was the sound quality much inferior to the Expanded Edition? Not that it matters to me now, but for others who may just want that that instead due to price. I think it did at least have all of the train climax music, albeit out of order.
  3. Back to the Future 3 Expanded Edition 2CD set is now sold out from Varese. I luckily got a copy from MovieMusic (there may be more) and I guess is still available at Screen Archives. I had put off getting it for too long haha, so if anyone else has too this is basically your last chance not to get gouged. And for anyone hoping maybe they are just temporarily out of stock, I got confirmation from e-mail that it is "sold out".
  4. It is a good show! I liked the first season better overall, but I am still curious to see more. Honestly... I just want a live-action show, finally. If that short film they did, Battle At Big Rock, proved anything was that a live-action story in short form works really well for the franchise. If Camp Cretaceous had been live-action, and just a bit less... kiddie... it would have been perfect.
  5. I personally love Cloud Atlas but I can see why it isn't for everyone. It's also not a perfect film, but few are, eh? I also don't get the hate it got. There's far worse movies that have a ton of fans, so I am saddened Cloud Atlas never gained a big following after all these years. As I noted earlier, it's score is amazing, if only for the final tracks and the "Sextet" itself. It's music that definitely transcends the film.
  6. Okay... someone needs to make a "tv edit" of the Agatha song pronto, with the laugh and her reciting of the Sparky line haha. Uggggh I hate it when this happens! LOL. Reminds me of the album version of the Turkey song in Addams Family Values how the film version was different than the album one and felt much more lackluster as a result...
  7. I LOVED that "Agatha All Along" theme song. Probably the best one of the season! We need it to drop on Spotify MEOW!
  8. Cloud Atlas is a great score, definitely one of my favorites. I also like the film a lot, too; so take that for what you will. Having said that, it is a big shame Don Davis isn't returning. Can we kickstart to have Don Davis score another film again? Is that what we have to do? LOL. He has had such a great array of scores... The Matrix Trilogy, Jurassic Park 3 (say what you will about his adaptation of the Williams themes, but you can't deny how fun of a score it is!), and even this pretty bad family fantasy film called Warriors of Virtue. If you have never heard that score do yourself a favo
  9. Again?! At my... again?! Is THIS you?! I'm honored, Annie!
  10. I'm recording the audiobook abridgement of my post. Should there be a second monotone voice that comes in from time to time to abridge the abridgement?
  11. Interesting! I'll have to give it a go, then! Definitely heard good things, even from people who didn't like the movie!
  12. This film is not a masterpiece (the original is in comparison to this, and for PJ personally Lord of the Rings will always be his masterpiece and best work), but it is an awesome film! I saw it a bunch of times in the theater and it was amazing each time... especially seeing that T-Rex fight, holy crap. My excitement for this film was INSANE, and it came out right after I got out of High School. So I think I was at a great age for it. The score, like the film, is not a masterpiece to me but it is one of my favorite JNH scores. Both film and score are, as most people say, just too dragged out.
  13. I don't think the film is a masterpiece by any means (sorry, The Big Man, hehe), but I definitely think David Arnold's score is (or at least one of his top 3 masterpieces for me; Godzilla, Independence Day, and World Is Not Enough). His use of percussion is a more wild and fun take compared to the dark and pulse-pounding way John Williams handled it in The Lost World, and is just as much of an identity for this score. But apart from that... the score is just so energetic. There is, what, a good solid HOUR of almost non-stop action in the second half. It's crazy! This is an insane score to driv
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