Thematic continuity is always of the utmost importance to film score collectors, and for good reason. Likewise, Zimmer showcases the main theme primarily through a triplet action rhythm featured first at in Chess.
It may entertain at first, but listeners will tire of it easily as they are beaten to submission by its pounding nature. Its advantage is its different phrases that can be easily bent. However, whereas the original score took the different phrases and offered numerous enjoyable variations with the cimbalom and such, this score really tires one out with its new variations.
At times, the composer does attempt to relive the success of the previous score by taking previous variations at The Red Book. He even closes the album on a note similar Discombobulate, except with this horrifying scratching noise at intervals. In terms of other old themes, one could argue that the rising patterns at the beginning of This is My Curse is a variation of a similar descending motif from the previous score look to cues like Data, Data, Data.
Furthermore But the key idea is that there is no development upon both old and new themes. Zimmer fails to take his scores in any new direction, which brings up the question of how seriously listeners should take this score. It seems like the composer took his successful theme and decided to jam out some new variations and record Album) to be labeled as a score.
His new themes sound more like secondary action motifs rather than dominant representative themes. If only he moved away from the jamming sessions for the Romanian music and shared the same passion and focus for the orchestral, theme-dominated score material. The final issue to bring up is the appalling recording, or rather mixing of the score. Its hard to exactly describe what is wrong, but the score sounds wrong. It has been well known that Zimmer went to great extents to give the previous score a honky tonky flavor going so far as taking a grand piano to the parking lot and smashing with a hammer to detune it and it worked to its advantage.
Simply by listening to the luridly flat tone of the first statements, one will have shivers sent down their spines. The mix is very murky and muddled. To go on, Hans Zimmer has effectively mixed his synths and orchestra before, but here, the mixing exposes the synthetic samples right out in the forefront.
Once again, it seems like Zimmer took out a keyboard and had some fun on it and voila! Well the comments above are largely negative; there are some good Stand Up And Say That! - The Shadows - The Shadows (Vinyl to get out of this score. The best action track in the score. Just watch for the superficial single note banging at the end.
This cue is very good fun! Clear proof that Zimmer did Stand Up And Say That! - The Shadows - The Shadows (Vinyl great job with the ethnic music or rather we should thank the local musicians he found in Slovakia.
There may be a point where it becomes some to appreciate rather than enjoy, but this is some fun stuff if you can keep up with the cimbalom player. Again, this cue is good fun despite the dismal performance. The trumpet really offers a great interpretation of the theme. If you can get past jarring dissonant violin echoes at the beginning, you might find something to enjoy.
J and some enjoyable variations of several other themes this cue pertains more to the enjoyable nature of the predecessor. That's My Desire My Resistance is Low Sleepwalk Big Boy. Tracks on Disc 2: 1. The Rumble 2. The Bandit 3. Cosy 4. Perfidia 6. Little "B" 7. Bo Diddley 8. South of the Border 9. Spring is Stand Up And Say That! - The Shadows - The Shadows (Vinyl Here Are They All Like You? Tales of a Raggy Tramline Some Are Lonely Kinda Cool.
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