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Two things of note, a few cues were microedited in the film or had some sections replaced with either tracked or new material that I couldnt recognize (like Field Trip, and What more could I lose? has

To answer my own question, I wound up finding a playlist on Spotify that seems to have everything in order (as far as the Score / Soundtrack). Could be a good start point: La La Land OST=Sou

Here's just for those two releases: P1/S12 - Will He Shoemaker? (3:18) P2 - A Run on the Market (:50) S1 - Remember Me (Ernesto de la Cruz) (1:49) P3 - Sighs and Shine (:23) P4 - Ofrenda

#1 The Bourne Identity

#2 The Bourne Supremacy

#3 The Bourne Ultimatum

Very funny.

Of course I meant the track order of the scores for the three films.

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I put that in order myself...so here it is.

01. Main Titles

02. The Race

03. Leslie's Diving Story

04. Janice The Bully

05. Running Across The Paddocks

06. Entering The Forrest

07. Building The Fort

08. Squorgres

09. Seeing Terabithia

10. The Trap Goes Off

11. Troll Hunting

12. Janice Down

13. The Battle

14. Crossing The River

15. To The Museum

16. At The Museum

17. Jess Grieves

18. The Dark Master

19. Paying Respects

20. Jess's Bridge

21. End Title

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According to an FSM post, the correct 'line-up' for The Usual Suspects is:

23, 9, 11, 8, 3, 13, 10, 12, 7, 16, 21, 17, 5, 4, 14, 20, 18, 2, 6, 15, 19, 22, 1

On my CD, though, the end of 22 seems to be at the beginning of 23 (so that would have to be edited). Looks like a track splitting error. Anybody else noticed this?

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Here's Transformers.

However, I can't figure out the placement of the third track "The All Spark". I think it's an unreleased track but I can be wrong. If you guys can help, please. Anyways, here's the order without that track:

01-Autobots.

02-Soccent Attack

03-Deciphering the Signal

04-Sam at the Lake

05-Frenzy

06-Scorponok

07-Arrival to Earth

08-Cybertron

09-Witwicky

10-Sector 7

11-Bumblebee Captured

12-Decepticons

13-Bumblebee

14-Downtown Battle

15-Your're a Soldier Now

16-Sam on the Roof

17-Optimus vs. Megatron

18-No Sacrifice, No Victory

19-Optimus

20-What I've Done (Linkin Park)

Once again, "The All Spark" is missing from this list. Enjoy!

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Transformers Updated:

After a couple of more viewings, here is the updated list:

01-Autobots.

02-Soccent Attack

03-Deciphering the Signal

04-Sam at the Lake

05-Frenzy

06-Scorponok

07-Arrival to Earth

08-Cybertron

09-Witwicky

10-Sector 7

11-Bumblebee Captured

12-Optimus

13-The All Spark

14-Decepticons

15-Bumblebee

16-Downtown Battle

17-Your're a Soldier Now

18-Sam on the Roof

19-Optimus vs. Megatron

20-No Sacrifice, No Victory

21-What I've Done (Linkin Park)

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The CD for Pan's Labyrinth states some of the tracks were not included in the film, but were on the CD because the director liked the entire score. Does anyone know which tracks these are and if they are in the correct order?

Thanks.

I found and 'oscar promo without all these tracks and all long tracks comprised of several cues were splitted. But have in mind that if the OST track is called 'The Labyrinth' for example, the Promo cues are 'The Labyrinth 1', 'The Labyrinth 2' and 'The Labyrinth 3'.

As far as i heard comparing both, the OST is complete and in chronological order.

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Is Far and Away in the correct order?

No.

There used to be a chronological sequence listed in the complete cue lists section of the Main Page, but it still hasn't resurfaced online. :lol:

- Marc, who unfortunately did not make a correct playlist, so can't find the correct order on his own PC either.

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Yes, I think it is too.

Begging the question why the weakest of the five scores is put in the correct order and the rest are a typically jumbled mess.

GoF also has the most music on it.

Really? I thought that with every release, the potter scores had less and less lenght.

If you leave off the songs, you have 50 minutes of Doyle's score, i think.

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Yes, I think it is too.

Begging the question why the weakest of the five scores is put in the correct order and the rest are a typically jumbled mess.

GoF also has the most music on it.

Really? I thought that with every release, the potter scores had less and less lenght.

If you leave off the songs, you have 50 minutes of Doyle's score, i think.

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone: 1:13:26

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: 1:10:05

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: 1:08:25

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: 1:04:41 (songs not included)

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix: 52:24

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