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8 minutes ago, crocodile said:

Anyone bumping this thread on the 1st of each month and NOT pisting the actual banner should be done for cyber-bullying. My shattered nerves! ūüėā

 

Karol

Then what do you propose for the guys who keep bumping the Hal Leonard thread without announcing the TROS suite publication?

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22 minutes ago, Jay said:

For anyone wondering when the banner might drop today,

 

May's arrived at 11:51am EST

 

June's arrived at 3:18pm EST

 

July's arrived at 1:18pm EST

 

August's arrived at 12:19pm EST

 

So that's a window of about 2 hours from now through about 5 hours from now

I so love that you keep metrics! 

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I'm not going to hype myself, in all probability it will be more Star Trek and Blake Neely*

 

*with all due respect for those fine compositions and for the amount of work that goes into each release

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33 minutes ago, Chewy said:

A little joke since we're so used to getting a Goldsmith release every month :P

 

...or two...or three...lol! We have a third of the year left, and I think Varese Sarabande has already released more Goldsmith expansions than they have in any previous year. I think the same might be true of Intrada... LLL are the comparative slackers this year, with "only" two releases (and one of those two did have three scores represented).

 

Yavar

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Let's look back at a statement MV made back on May 1st of this year, here.

 

"We currently have 8 titles still waiting approvals at UME which has been going on for a long long time

Two titles at Sony Music

1 over at WMG

And a host of others all over town.

X-Men was the first title to get out of that UME log jam. Hopefully others will follow shortly."

 

Since that post, LLL has announced:

 

UME/UMG (Universal music):

  1. Always
  2. Somewhere In Time
  3. Glory

SME (Sony music):

  • none

WMG (Warner music):

  1. A.I. Artificial Intelligence re-issue
  2. Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan

all over town

  1. Caboblanco (Silver Lion Films)
  2. Dragonslayer (Paramount Pictures)
  3. Infinite (Paramount Pictures)
  4. Internal Affairs (Paramount Pictures)
  5. Waiting for Barbarians (Pianella Music)
  6. Time Tunnel Vol 2 (Synthesis Entertainment, 20th Century Studios and Legendary Pictures)
  7. Snake Eyes (Paramount Pictures)
  8. Woman Warriors (Higher Purpose Production)
  9. Stripes (Sony pictures)

 

So remaining from his May 1st post are still 5 more Universal Music titles, and the 2 Sony Music titles (which incidentally, he first mentioned back in February 2019)

 

 

 

 

 

Wondering which Williams scores are controlled by Universal Music or Sony Music?  See John Williams scores - By Music Label

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Universal Music Group is a music company, completely unrelated to Universal Pictures.


Universal Pictures owns Sugarland Express entirely, because that score has never had an album released.

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And Universal don't release CDs for the "culture" or for the "patrimony", they are more serious than that!

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These are my most requested non-Williams, pre-2005 scores with a Universal Music or Sony Music license required

 

Universal Music 

  • Pursuit of DB Cooper (1982 Horner)
  • Beetlejuice (1988 Elfman)
  • Midnight Run (1988 Elfman)
  • License To Kill (1989 Kamen)
  • Nightbreed (1990 Elfman)
  • An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991 Horner)
  • Dead Presidents (1995 Elfman)
  • The Frighteners (1996 Elfman)
  • Tomorrow Never Dies (1997 Arnold)
  • Psycho (1998 Elfman)
  • American Beauty (1999 Newman)
  • The Musketeer (2000 Arnold)
  • Jurassic Park 3 (2001 Davis)

 

Sony Music 

  • Field of Dreams (1989 Horner)
  • Sneakers (1992 Horner)¬†
  • The Last Action Hero (1993 Kamen)
  • City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold (1994 Shaiman)
  • Jumanji (1995 Horner)
  • The Fifth Element (1997 Serra)
  • Men In Black (1997 Elfman)
  • The Mask of Zorro (1998 Horner)
  • Endurance (1999 Powell)
  • Chicken Run (2000 Powell)
  • Final Fantasy The Spirits Within (2001 Goldenthal)
  • Spider-man (2002 Elfman)
  • Spider-man 2 (2004 Elfman)
  • Lemony Snicket (2004 Newman)

 

What are everyone else's?

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Not Universal Music or Sony Music, but I think there's plenty of James Horner scores from his post-Titanic years, specifically the late 90s/early 2000s, that I'd love to see expanded: Deep Impact, The Perfect Storm, Enemy at the Gates, Mask/Legend of Zorro...

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20 minutes ago, Corellian2019 said:

 

The problem could also be overprotective managers

 

:lol2:

 

It's never too late to fire a crooked manager. Aznavour fired his life long time manager when he was 90 yo!

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12 hours ago, Jay said:

Sony Music 

  • Jurassic Park 3 (2001 Davis)

 

 

Is that real or an error?

 

Because then it wont see the light of day ever :(

 

But i thought it was UMG-Decca, at least the european version i have.

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15 hours ago, Jay said:

All five of those are Sony Music actually 

 

@NL197 posted a list of which Horner scores are tied to Sony Music here

 

 

 

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For Horner scores it means no chances of expansion for the following: 

1994 - Legends Of The Fall (one of the DVDs had an isolated score)

 

I guess that just made the cut? Glad that happened at least

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1 hour ago, pete said:

 

 

 

I guess that just made the cut? Glad that happened at least

 

 

The Sony Music situation MV revealed in early 2019 was just a temporary one, he later revealed everything was back to normal.  His post about that should be in that same thread.

 

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5 minutes ago, Jay said:

The Sony Music situation MV revealed in early 2019 was just a temporary one, he later revealed everything was back to normal.  His post about that should be in that same thread.

 

Considering it was only temporary, it's curious that those titles mentioned back in 2019 still haven't come out yet?

 

I would've guessed scores like Seven Years in Tibet or Hook would be high on the labels' wishlists.

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