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No, but ideally it is the song that was going to be written for the film. It uses the main theme of the film and I like it much, much better than "Another Way to Die".

Well, yes, it's a great song, but only in one's fantasy was it ever going to be in the film :) It was never intended for use in the film, I think it was even written after the fact, IIRC. David Arnold just liked the hook he used in QoS and adapted it for Bassey's song. This, however, was an actual rejected submission that you could have added:

www.cdbaby.com/cd/EvaAlmer

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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

No, but ideally it is the song that was going to be written for the film. It uses the main theme of the film and I like it much, much better than "Another Way to Die".

Well, yes, it's a great song, but only in one's fantasy was it ever going to be in the film :) It was never intended for use in the film, I think it was even written after the fact, IIRC. David Arnold just liked the hook he used in QoS and adapted it for Bassey's song. This, however, was an actual rejected submission that you could have added:

www.cdbaby.com/cd/EvaAlmer

Although I don't care much for rejected submissions, thanks for the info, I don't think I've heard about the Almer song. And yes, Arnold's song was indeed written after the fact, but I don't care that it's not officially a rejected song, I'm just glad he got to write a Quantum of Solace song anyway - that's pretty exceptional.

Let me turn this around: why would anyone put "Another Way to Die" in one's playlist/edit instead of "No Good about Goodbye"? That's fine if you like the former better, but for me personally, the latter is not only superior, it ties in thematically with the actual film score, too, like Bond songs should do. I wish Arnold had a similar chance to finish his song for Die Another Day, too.

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The Twilight Saga: New Moon

If anyone has a complete cue list or something like that, please let me know.

Notes:

Cues are joined only when they're joined in the film.

Volume usually needs to be increased, rather a lot, for the bootleg tracks.

The score CD is rather heavily clipped, but the bootleg tracks are compressed and have worse sound quality, so take the CD tracks wherever possible.

No idea if the bootleg tracks have the correct cue titles, but I mostly adopted them for this tracklist (along with the original score album titles).

Editing guide:

Main Title / Bella Dreams [The Dream]

BL 1.1 + OST 2 (overlap around 3.5 seconds from last drum beat in BL 1)

Kiss

BL 1.3

Dreamcatcher

BL 1.4

Romeo & Juliet

OST 3

Volturi Waltz

OST 4

Blood Sample

OST 5

Kiss Me (Unused)

BL 1.8

Edward Leaves [breaking Up]

OST 6

[i haven’t spotted any difference between ‘Mix 1’ and ‘Mix 2’ on the bootleg]

Wolf in Woods

BL 1.11

[second part of OST 7 – for clean opening and ending, see BL]

Chet

BL 1.12

Pillion Ride

BL 1.13

Jacob & Bella

OST 15 0:00-0:42 (for clean ending, BL 1.14)

Nightmare / Charlie Calms Bella

BL 1.15 (also first part of OST 7 but no clean ending) + BL 1.16

Rock Diving

OST 7 1:44-3:17 (use BL 1.17 for clean opening, also for clean ending though you can fade out the OST track too)

[film has other music, presumably tracked]

Motorbike Ride – Part 1

BL 1.18

[film uses either other cue, or an overdub]

Motorbike Ride – Part 2

BL 1.19

[very similar to Pillion Ride]

You’re Beautiful

BL 1.20

I Need You

OST 8

Jacob Loses His Cool

BL 1.22 for clean opening + OST 7, 4th section

Jacob Has a Haircut

BL 1.23

Break Up [breakup with Jacob] / Memories of Edward [Edward & Bella in Meadow]

OST 9 + OST 10

Wolves v Vampire [Laurent / Wolves Attack Laurent]

OST 11 0:00-3:16 + BL 1.27 for clean ending

Victoria [Victoria Flashback]

OST 12 0:00-0:55

Bella’s Bedroom (Original Version) / Forest Dream

OST 15 0:42-end (clean opening: BL 1.30) + OST 12 0:55-end

Wolf Fight

BL 2.2 for opening + from 0:24 onwards OST 11 3:17-end

Beach with Jacob

BL 2.3

I Have to Go

BL 2.4

Bella Dives

OST 14 0:00-1:14 + OST 14 2:00-end

Leaving the Beach

BL 2.6

Almost a Kiss

OST 13

There’s a Vampire

middle part of OST 14 (for clean ending you’ll need BL 2.8)

To Volterra [speak for Yourself / Plane and Car / To the Tower]

OST 16 0:00-5:49 + second part of BL 2.10 + OST 16 5:52-end

You’re Alive

OST 17

To the Volturi / Fight / Leaving Volterra

OST 18 but add the two edited sections from BL 2.13 and BL 2.14 (see below)

The Cullens [Never Fail]

OST 19

Marry Me, Bella [Final Woods Scene]

OST 20

End Credits – Love Theme

OST 1

Love Theme (Strings Version)

OST 21

[Place either this or the end credits track at the beginning of the playlist to avoid repetition.]

The Meadow

piano solo track on songs soundtrack album

Bella’s Bedroom (Film Version)

[The BL track says ‘edit’, but I think it’s a different performance of a shorter version; they probably decided to let the music begin a bit later in the scene.]

Selected OST tracks breakdown:

Werewolves = Nightmare / Wolf in Woods / Rock Diving / Jacob Loses His Cool

Adrenaline = Bella Dives 0:00-1:16 / There’s a Vampire 0:00-0:47 / Bella Dives 1:16-end

To Volterra = Speak for Yourself (BL has clean last note) / Plane and Car 0:00-1:03 / To the Tower

The Volturi = To the Volturi without 2:39-3:51 / Fight – Leaving Volterra without 1:10-2:07

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Empire of the Sun:

1. Suo Gaun

2. Toy Planes, Home and Hearth

3. Imaginary Air Battle

4. Lost in The Crowd

5. The Return to The City

6. The Streets of Shanghai

7. Jim's New Life

8. The Pheasant Hunt

9. The British Grenadiers

10. Cadillac of the Skies

11. No Road Home/Seeing the Bomb

12. Liberation: Exsulate Justi

13. Exsulate Justi

This is wrong. Correct order:

01 Suo Gan (2:19)

09B [3:03-end] Home and Hearth (1:34)

12A [0:00-2:21] No Road Home (2:21)

05 Imaginary Air Battle (2:35)

04 Lost in the Crowd (5:39)

10 The Streets of Shanghai (5:11)

09A [0:00-3:03] Toy Planes (3:03)

03 Jim's New Life (2:33)

11 The Pheasant Hunt (4:24)

08 The British Grenadiers (2:25)

02 Cadillac of the Skies (3:48)

06 The Return to the City (7:45)

12B [2:21-end] Seeing the Bomb (3:49)

07 Liberation / Exsultate Justi (1:46)

13 Exsultate Justi (4:59)

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Anybody try The Book Thief yet?

http://www.jwfan.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=24046

The Book Thief:

THE SCORE

1 One Small Fact (1:45)

2 The Journey to Himmel Street (1:48)

5A "The Schoolyard Fight" [0:00-0:30] (0:30)

12B Foot Race [0:29-end] (0:49)

18B Writing to Mama [0:35-1:27] (0:52)

7B Book Burning [1:15-end] (1:36)

3 New Parents and a New Home (1:33)

4 Ilsa's Library (2:21)

12A "Dear Fuhrer" [0:00-0:29] (0:29)

16A Jellyfish [0:00-0:33] (0:33)

18C "Silver Oysters" [1:27-end] (1:14)

5B The Snow Fight [0:30-end] (0:29)

16B "The Christmas Gift" [0:33-end] (1:33)

6 Learning to Read (2:48)

11A Revealing the Secret [0:00-1:30] (1:30)

17 Rescuing the Book (1:55)

19 Max Lives

18A "Viewing the Stairs" [0:00-0:35] (0:35)

15 The Departure of Max (2:32)

10 The Train Station (2:16)

8 I Hate Hitler! (2:06)

7A "Do You Know Max?" [0:00-1:15] (1:15)

14 Learning to Write (2:07)

13 The Visitor at Himmel Street (2:02)

20 Rudy is Taken (2:00)

21 Finale

22 "End Credits" (7:05)

CONCERT ARRANGEMENT

9 Max and Liesel (1:11)

ALTERNATE CUE

11B "The Departure of Max (Original Version)" [1:30-end] (2:39)

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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

http://www.jwfan.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=23304&p=966918

1-01 The Quest For Erebor (3:22)

1-02 Wilderland (4:56)
1-03 "War Is Coming" (2:54)
1-04 The House of Beorn (4:52)
1-05 Mirkwood (5:31)
1-06 Flies And Spiders (9:35)
1-07 The Woodland Realm (5:14)
1-08 Feast Of Starlight (2:48)
1-09 Barrels Out Of Bond (1:50)
1-10 The Forest River (5:10)
1-12 The High Fells (3:38)
1-11 Bard, A Man Of Lake-Town (3:18)
1-13 The Nature of Evil (3:20)
1-14 Protector Of The Common Folk (3:35)
2-01 "Entering Lake-town" (3:33)
2-02 "Girion / Part Of This World" (4:15)
2-03B [2:24-end] "Captured" (0:40)
2-03A [0:00-2:24] "All Will Share In The Wealth Of The Mountain" (2:24)
2-04 In The Shadow Of The Mountain (2:15)
2-05A [0:00-1:26] "A Spell Of Concealment / The Hidden Door" (1:26)
2-06 On The Doorstep (7:46)
2-11A [0:00-0:18] "We Feed It To The Pigs" (0:18)
2-07A [0:00-0:45] "The Courage Of Hobbits" (0:45)
2-05B [1:26-end] "Sauron" (1:55)
2-07B [0:45-end] "Smaug's Chamber" (2:15)
2-08 Inside Information (3:48)
2-12B [2:33-5:18] "Smaug The Stupendous" (2:45)
2-11B [0:18-3:12] "The Black Arrow" (2:54)
2-10 "Darkness Is Coming" (3:41)
2-12D [6:05-end] "Bilbo Escapes" (0:25)
2-11C [3:12-5:48] "Lake-town Attack" (2:36)
2-09A [0:00-0:38] "Athelas" (0:38)
2-12A [0:00-2:33] "The Arkenstone" (2:33)
2-09C [1:56-end] "Kili's Vision" (0:29)
2-12C [5:18-6:05] "Crossing The Bridge" (0:47)
2-09B [0:38-1:56] "She Walks In Starlight" (1:18)
2-11D [5:48-end] "Thorin's Plan / Legolas vs Bolg" (4:19)
2-13 "The Forges" (5:16)
2-14 I See Fire (5:00)
2-15 Beyond The Forest (5:25)
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Can someone please put the Enchanted soundtrack in chronological order without splitting the songs/scores?

Here is tracklist:

Tracks
  1. True Love's Kiss - Amy Adams - 3:12
  2. Happy Working Song - Amy Adams - 2:09
  3. That's How You Know - Amy Adams - 3:48
  4. So Close - Jon McLaughlin - 3:46
  5. Ever Ever After - Carrie Underwood - 3:29
  6. Andalasia - Alan Menken - 1:47
  7. Into the Well - Alan Menken - 4:41
  8. Robert Says Goodbye - Alan Menken - 3:15
  9. Nathaniel and Pip - Alan Menken - 4:02
  10. Prince Edward's Search - Alan Menken - 2:23
  11. Girls Gone Shopping - Alan Menken - 1:41
  12. Narissa Arrives - Alan Menken - 1:33
  13. Storybook Ending - Alan Menken - 10:43
  14. Enchanted Suite - Alan Menken - 4:32
  15. That's Amore - James Marsden - 3:06
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I think SF1_freeze does. It's discussed somewhere in the GOT thread (try going to that thread in Desktop mode, and type an unusual word from a track title in the "search this thread" box at the top)

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Empire of the Sun:

1. Suo Gaun

2. Toy Planes, Home and Hearth

3. Imaginary Air Battle

4. Lost in The Crowd

5. The Return to The City

6. The Streets of Shanghai

7. Jim's New Life

8. The Pheasant Hunt

9. The British Grenadiers

10. Cadillac of the Skies

11. No Road Home/Seeing the Bomb

12. Liberation: Exsulate Justi

13. Exsulate Justi

This is wrong. Correct order:

01 Suo Gan (2:19)

09B [3:03-end] Home and Hearth (1:34)

12A [0:00-2:21] No Road Home (2:21)

05 Imaginary Air Battle (2:35)

04 Lost in the Crowd (5:39)

10 The Streets of Shanghai (5:11)

09A [0:00-3:03] Toy Planes (3:03)

03 Jim's New Life (2:33)

11 The Pheasant Hunt (4:24)

08 The British Grenadiers (2:25)

02 Cadillac of the Skies (3:48)

06 The Return to the City (7:45)

12B [2:21-end] Seeing the Bomb (3:49)

07 Liberation / Exsultate Justi (1:46)

13 Exsultate Justi (4:59)

Why, oh why, oh why, oh why, oh why did "EOTS" not have the "I Can Bring Everyone Back" music on the CD???!!! It's brilliant!!!!!!!!

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Can i please have the Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack in Chronological Order?

Here is the tracklist:

Disc 1
1. I’m Electro
2. There He Is
3. I’m Spider-Man
4. My Enemy
5. Ground Rules
6. Look at Me
7. Special Project
8. You Need Me
9. So Much Anger
10. I’m Moving to England
11. I’m Goblin
12. Let Her Go
13. You’re My Boy
14. I Need to Know
15. Sum Total
16. I Chose You
17. We’re Best Friends
18. Still Crazy
19. The Rest of My Life
20. You’re That Spider Guy

Disc 2
1. The Electro Suite
2. Harry’s Suite
3. Cold Way
4. No Place Like Home

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Can i please have the Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack in Chronological Order?

Here is the tracklist:

Disc 1

1. I’m Electro

2. There He Is

3. I’m Spider-Man

4. My Enemy

5. Ground Rules

6. Look at Me

7. Special Project

8. You Need Me

9. So Much Anger

10. I’m Moving to England

11. I’m Goblin

12. Let Her Go

13. You’re My Boy

14. I Need to Know

15. Sum Total

16. I Chose You

17. We’re Best Friends

18. Still Crazy

19. The Rest of My Life

20. You’re That Spider Guy

Disc 2

1. The Electro Suite

2. Harry’s Suite

3. Cold Way

4. No Place Like Home

No one knows what the order is yet. The film doesn't come out until May 2nd.

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The Mission

It's not EXACTLY chronological order, but the closest version without cutting album pieces or ripping music from DVD (to get film versions).

01 Guarani
02 Falls
03 Climb
04 Gabriel's Oboe (abbum version 1)
06 Asuncion
07 Brothers
08 Carlotta
09 Alone
10 Remorse
11 Penance
12 Gabriel's Oboe (album version 2)
13 Vita Nostra
15 The Mission
16 Te Deum Guarani
18 River
19 Ava Maria Guarani
20 The Sword
21 Refusal
22 Vita Nostra reprise
23 Gabriel's Oboe (album version 2) reprise
24 Miserere
25 On Earth As It Is In Heaven

I found this on an unmentionable site, and thought was worth preserving here. All credit goes to "misiek-st".

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Here is what someone posted in the OST thread:

Just saw this movie today (fun popcorn movie for an afternoon), and have since been trying to put the score into the chronological order of the film; might make for a somewhat better listening experience. Anyone have suggestions?

My order so far:

1. Logo Mania (1:00)

2. Story of the Giants (3:22)
3. To Cloister (1:28)

4. How Do You Do (2:23)

5. Not Wildly Keen on Heights (2:19)
6. The Climb (2:41)

7. Top of the World (2:30)

8. Welcome to Gantua (4:12)
9. Fee Appears (3:16)
10. Why Do People Scream? (3:17)
11. Power of the Crown (1:21)

12. Kitchen Nightmare (3:24)

13. Waking a Sleeping Giant (2:21)
14. The Legends Are True / First Kiss (3:43)
15. Rodericks Demise / The Beanstalk Falls (5:36)

16. Goodbyes (2:29)

17. Onward and Downward! (3:19)
18. Chase to Cloister (5:19)
19. The Battle (5:31)
20. Sniffing Out Fear / All is Lost (5:07)
21. The New King / Stories (4:17)
22. Jack and Isabelle (Theme from Jack the Giant Slayer) (3:56)

To me, it looks like it's all in correct order.

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Greatest Story Ever Told (Alfred Newman)

From a post at FSM by Ray Faiola (who was involved in the release)

http://www.filmscoremonthly.com/board/posts.cfm?threadID=21799&forumID=1&archive=1

In digging through my correspondence on this project, I also found my notes that I sent to Lukas so that he could publish the programming key:

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Here is a brief analysis of the prepared UA Records cues as well as a CD "programming key" for THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD.

Disc One (UA Records LP Reissue) - Original cue titles

1. "Main Title" - Adaptation, with introduction in different key.

2. Adaptation of "The Magi Reach Bethlehem" and "The Nativity"

3. "Ophal Quarters" and "John The Baptist - Revised" essentially the combined cues as they appear in the film. The original "John The Baptist" was the acapella Hosanna which appears on the first supplemental disc.

4. Adaptation of "Who Do Men Say That I Am?"

5. Adaptation of "Triumphant Return to Capernaum", featuring the first and third portions of the cue. The supplemental disc version features the first, third (though abridged) and fourth sections of the cue.

6. "Cure Me Master" essentially as written for the film, but longer than the dialed-in cue which appears in the final print.

7. Adaptation of "Psalm 136" (a chant which follows the entr'acte as the disciples pray and Judas begins to have doubts about Jesus) and "Palm Sunday Hosanna" (which accompanies Jesus as he rides astride a mule to the gates of the city).

8. "The Last Supper" essentially as it appears in the film, where Jesus passes the cup among the disciples.

9. An adaptation of "Jesus and His Mother", which, of course is from the first act of the picture.

10. This is an adaptation of "Via Dolorosa" and "The Crucifixion". While the cues are condensed, the first 1:46 was not part of the "Via Dolorosa" that survived in the Darby collection. Based on the original conductor part cue listings, and the nature of the music, it is possible it was composed and added after the preview.

11. Handel's "Messiah", which appears in the film in place of Newman's original Resurrection music.


The supplemental discs feature Newman's original music in proper sequence and with original cue titles.

While legal restrictions (as well as fidelity variables) prohibited Ryko from mixing album tracks with original tracks, The following CD programming key will aid the adventurous listener in hearing Newman's score in sequence, with only an occasional repeat of material due to composite cues prepared for the UA album.


ACT I

DISC/TRACK

2 / 1
2 / 2
2 / 3
2 / 4
1 / 3
2 / 7
2 / 8
2 / 9
2 / 10
2 / 11
1 / 6
2 / 12
2 / 13
2 / 14
2 / 15
2 / 16

ACT II

DISC/TRACK

3 / 1
1 / 7
3 / 2
1 / 8
3 / 3
3 / 4
3 / 5
1 / 10
3 / 6
3 / 7

Ray Faiola

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All this is done purely to annoy Thor, the Norse God of track order chaos.

Empire of the Sun:
1. Suo Gaun
2. Toy Planes, Home and Hearth
3. Imaginary Air Battle
4. Lost in The Crowd
5. The Return to The City
6. The Streets of Shanghai
7. Jim's New Life
8. The Pheasant Hunt
9. The British Grenadiers
10. Cadillac of the Skies
11. No Road Home/Seeing the Bomb
12. Liberation: Exsulate Justi
13. Exsulate Justi


This is wrong. Correct order:

01 Suo Gan (2:19)
09B [3:03-end] Home and Hearth (1:34)
12A [0:00-2:21] No Road Home (2:21)
05 Imaginary Air Battle (2:35)
04 Lost in the Crowd (5:39)
10 The Streets of Shanghai (5:11)
09A [0:00-3:03] Toy Planes (3:03)
03 Jim's New Life (2:33)
11 The Pheasant Hunt (4:24)
08 The British Grenadiers (2:25)
02 Cadillac of the Skies (3:48)
06 The Return to the City (7:45)
12B [2:21-end] Seeing the Bomb (3:49)
07 Liberation / Exsultate Justi (1:46)
13 Exsultate Justi (4:59)

Thanks, Jason. I'd actually been meaning to recheck that at some point, since I have acess to the film now, and had been going off memory before.

Is JG's "Night Crossing" in chronological order? I listened to it, yesterday. Boy, is it good!

Yes, both editions are in order. And yes, fantastic.

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No problem. It's worth mentioning too that Suo Gan plays 3 times in the movie, so you could theoretically place it in any of those 3 spots. Made sense to me to put it at the beginning, though.

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James Newton Howard's Maleficent


01 Maleficent Suite (06:39)

02 Welcome to the Moors (01:05)

03 Maleficent Flies (04:40)

04 Battle of the Moors (04:59)

12 Path of Destruction (01:48)

08 The Christening (05:31)

05 Three Peasant Women (01:05)

14 The Wall Defends Itself (01:06)

06 Go Away (02:26)

07 Aurora and the Fawn (02:29)

17 The Army Dances (01:28)

13 Aurora in Faerieland (04:41)

15 The Curse Won’t Reverse (01:21)

11 You Could Live Here Now (02:27)

09 Prince Phillip (02:29)

16 Are You Maleficent? (02:11)

10 The Spindle’s Power (04:36)

19 The Iron Gauntlet (01:35)

18 Phillip’s Kiss (02:21)

20 True Love’s Kiss (02:33)

21 Maleficent is Captured (07:42)

22 The Queen of Faerieland (03:25)

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How To Train Your Dragon 2

Seconded.

Are you guys really sure it's not in chronological order already? The album for the first film was.

The album is not in chronological order, the song is placed at the end, when it should be placed after "Dragon Training"

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Ralf Wengenmayr - Buddy (2013)

Release: deluxe edition

D2T07 - No Problem
D2T04 - Bullriding Blues
D1T15 - Second Chance
D2T02 - Stolen Ring
D2T03 - Letter To Dad
D2T05 - Buddy Talk
D2T06 - Say Something Nice
D1T16 - Buddy Was Right
D2T01 - How To Make Love
D2T08 - Sign It!
D1T17 - Wrong Place, Wrong Time, Wrong Party
D2T09 - Misunderstanding
D2T10 - Park Appointement
D2T11 - Catch Granny
D2T12 - What A Mess
D2T13 - It's Never Too Late
D2T14 - Too Much?
D2T15 - It's Not The End

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HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2

01 "Dragon Racing" (04:35)
02 "Where No One Goes" (02:45)
03 "Together We Map The World" (02:20)
04 "Hiccup The Chief / Dragos Coming" (these are 2 seperate cues, mixed together, with some music edited out.) (04:45)
05 "Toothless Lost" (These are 2 seperate cues, mixed together, with some music edited out.) (03:28)
06 "Should I Know You" (01:56)
07 "Valka's Dragon Sanctuary" (03:19)
08 "Losing Mom / Meet The Good Alpha" (03:25)
09 "Flying With Mother" (02:50)
10 "Meet Drago" (04:27)
11 "Stoick Finds Beauty" (02:33)
12 "For The Dancing And The Dreaming A" (0:43 - end)
12 "For The Dancing And The Dreaming B" (0:00 - 0:43)
13 "Battle Of The Bewilderbeast" (06:27)
14 "Hiccup Confronts Drago" (04:06)
15 "Stoick Saves Hiccup" (02:24)
16 "Stoick's Ship" (03:48)
17 "Alpha Comes To Berk" (02:21)
18 "Toothless Found" (03:46)
19 "Two New Alphas" (06:06)

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Notes for Planet of the Apes

- Many tracks need a proper fade-in and fade-out. (e.g. Ape Suite 1 and 2)

- Take The Escape, Calima, Dinner Source (Film Version) and Main Titles (Synth & Percussion Only) from the Elfman/Burton box.

- The OST has an extended The Hunt and Main Title Deconstruction, both esp. made for the album.

(In my opinion, the MT Deconstruction closes off the score in a better way than the Ape Suite - it sounds more like a proper credits suite.)

- Main Titles (Film Version)
missing the pan-flute part at the beginning (possibly a last-minute addition) – DVD-rip needed

- Dinner Source
Elfman box contains the film version; the LLL is a different mix with different instruments

- Rave Source
Note that this is already fully integrated in CD 1’s track “The Escape” (like it is in the film)

- Calima
Has a more complete mix on the Elfman box; LLL misses an overlay

- Preparing for Battle
the album version/edit seems to be composed of the film take (0:00-0:25) and of the alternate take (0:25-end)
(Alternatively, of course, it’s also possible that the film version was composed of two takes, and LLL put together the alternate from those two takes as well.)

- Rule the Planet Remix
DVD-rip needed of the film's credits if you want to make a dialogue-free version, which is possible but you'll need the opening and ending from the LLL or OST.

(- Camp Raid on the Elfman box is shortened.)

- The Story on the OST has a very, very slightly extended ending, presumably editorially created to end the cue satisfactorily. The ‘alternate mix’ of the cue doesn’t have it.

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According to this thread on FSM, the OST is already in order with TWO exceptions:

You have to move "The Final Battle Begins" down to after "We All got Dead People"

and

You have have to move "To The Stars" up to being the first track.

The thread also lists the order if you want the songs mixed in with the score.

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