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  1. Thanks! Fireside Chat is in "Iduna's Scarf" on the OST.
  2. I remember at the Saturday performance that somebody on the righ balcony coughed really loud at the wrong moment during this performance - and remember hoping that they would choose the Sunday performance for the Blu-ray.
  3. Does anyone have the chrono order for Frozen II?
  4. I actually like the very first idea best, it sounds more like a prologue/intro cue (that fits with the images) while the others and the film version sound like they pasted a piece from another part of the film at the beginning.
  5. Jay, any way you could keep the main post updated with all the new info/most plausible theories that are found in this thread? Or do you keep your spreadsheet up to date?
  6. I received the CD, it's a great release. Regarding the score, it's a shame the 'Ireland' theme in the opening track is used only twice, but I've always liked the Irish flavour to the score.
  7. If you line up the 'film version' and the one on the Deluxe, they are the same take, but there's a slight difference in the beginning, which I think might be either a trumpet overlay or an insert for the very beginning.
  8. If you watch that four-hour explanatory video afterwards, it actually mostly makes sense though!
  9. Terrific score, yes. Usually it's the tracklisting that's wrong but in this case I'm not sure.
  10. Here's a quick editing guide for Air Force One: -Combine The Parachutes and The Parachute Attack (Film Version) -Start with the opening of the end credits, switch to The Parachutes about 34 seconds in, and combine with The Parachute Attack for an alternate version -Combine the opening of the film version of Ivan and the Hostages (this is presumably taken from film stem) with the album track (which has the rest in better quality); this way you only need one version in your edit. -Marshall's Plan is the same except the film version has an additional opening, so you can use just that version. -Sign It is not an alternate take, just has an alternate ending. -Add "Empty Rooms" from album (with shortened silences) or the bootleg (silences intact) for the alternate ending (an alternate take with slightly different instrumentation in brass). -Replace "Air Force One in Trouble" with the alternate take because the one in the main programme has volume dips and a very bad editing error. Fact check: -Target Air Force One is the same take as on the bootleg I have. -Get Off My Plane is except for the opening entirely the same take.
  11. Can't wait for the fourth volume of The X-Files. Hopefully most of our requests will be on it.
  12. I don't know about the theory that the drum roll for the End Credits is the original version of The Parachutes. Isn't it more likely that they recorded a beefed-up version to have an introduction for the - for the rest - tracked end credits? That's a common practice as well. Also, the first 34 seconds seem to be a different recording, it's only from then onwards that it seems to phase when you align the tracks.
  13. Thanks for the link and your guide, which I'd seen. But I'm using a few more album tracks even than you - which is probably why there are three alternates in my programme. Just wanted to check if I didn't miss anything.
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