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  1. http://buysoundtrax.stores.yahoo.net/jocathmufrmo.html http://www.screenarchives.com/title_detail.cfm/ID/16523/THE-THING-1000-EDITION-PRE-ORDER/
  2. That's right, unlike Up, this one's coming out on physical CD! http://pixarblog.blogspot.com/2011/03/exclusive-cars-2-soundtrack-to-feature.html
  3. Interesting pairing eh? But they remind me very much of each other. They both can write the big boomy scores that studios come to expect these days, and yet they do it in a much more sophisticated fashion than these types of scores are written with. McCreary relies more on ethnic instrumentation to deliver that big sound (with the heavy taiko drums, etc.), where John Powell implements more electronics. To me, John Powell still sounds very RCP, but McCreary has developed a sound signature all his own. John Powell I can still predict the next note on, McCreary takes familiar ideas into new directions. I'd honestly say that McCreary's music is probably the most surprising to me these days in terms of how well I can predict what direction a melody or theme will take. And that's something rare. Vote!
  4. I've been wanting to share this with all of you for quite some time... and now I can. Michael has been officially signed as the composer of PIXAR's next animated feature, The Incredibles, directed by Brad Bird (Iron Giant). The film is set to be released November 5th, 2004. -Erik-
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