Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch Blade Runner 2049
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J() Alexander
January 3rd 2019


7629 Comments


Hawks wouldn't come to this thread.

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Darius the Great
January 3rd 2019


20654 Comments


@hawks

Source
January 3rd 2019


12240 Comments


Yes he would. He sees all

J() Alexander
January 3rd 2019


7629 Comments


No he doesn't, this isn't a metal thread.

sixdegrees
January 3rd 2019


6571 Comments


hawks' favorite movie is boondock saints 2

I have this on good authority

J() Alexander
January 3rd 2019


7629 Comments


Wow, didn't know Hawks was into obscure avant-garde abstract city symphony east european films.

Source
January 3rd 2019


12240 Comments


Does that movie suck as much as its reputation suggests? I've only seen the first one

GhandhiLion
January 4th 2019


4939 Comments


The pirates of the Caribbean soundtrack is my favourite classical lp but this ones good too.

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J() Alexander
January 4th 2019


7629 Comments


Harry Potter soundtrack >>>>>

GhandhiLion
January 4th 2019


4939 Comments


Interstellar st >> Phillip glass. Long music sucks

J() Alexander
January 4th 2019


7629 Comments


Philip Glass is just repetitive wank, he doesn't have the talent and soul of Hans Zimmer.

GhandhiLion
January 4th 2019


4939 Comments


Ye koyaanisqatsi ripped off Zimmer

Source
January 4th 2019


12240 Comments


Zimmer's best soundtrack is Broken Arrow. maybe

BladeRunner
January 4th 2019


468 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Obviously, I am a fan. ;)



Great review!

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
January 4th 2019


8372 Comments


Fantastic stuff indeed, thanks for the review.

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MO
January 4th 2019


22621 Comments


yea this soundtrack is fantastic

Rowhaus
January 4th 2019


2481 Comments


Wallace and Sea Wall are my favorites

ScuroFantasma
Staff Reviewer
January 5th 2019


11710 Comments


Love this movie, great soundtrack

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Pho3nix
January 5th 2019


660 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

MESA! they fucking nailed it with that subtle sound. You know what I'm talking about.



It actually took me awhile to get into this since my first impression was that it worked better within the movie, not as a standalone. I warmed up to it a lot by listening to it while working - highlights: Flight to LAPD, Wallace, Mesa, Her eyes were green, Sea Wall, All the best memories are hers and of course the "last" track Blade Runner.



Could have used more of the slower tracks to complement how brutal it sounds at times ('Sea Wall', I am looking at you lol) - which is what the original Vangelis soundtrack captured perfectly. There's some filler here too which you don't notice while watching the movie.



Nice review!



P.S R.I.P J├│hann J├│hannsson, would love to hear what sound he came up with.



ChaoticVortex
January 5th 2019


803 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Glad to see a well written review for this. One of the best soundtracks I've heard in years, both the film and the music are very worthy follow-up to their predecessor. Sea Wall is pure chills.



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