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This really brings back memories of your first impressions on the last couple of films, which came before anyone else's if I recall correctly.
Oh, also, is there any rendition of the
Well, I've always been a massive Arnold fan, so I'll be happy ;) And I'm sure I'll like if you did, @bondsum. You lucky B.
And about the
EDIT: I can confirm the OHMSS Theme is definately used and is on the track "Good To Have You Back."
Strangely the title song is at the end of the track list, which makes me think that perhaps they've put the song at the close of the movie and not at the start. Could be? I don't really know, just a thought.
Clearly the gunbarrel is at the beginning. Two of the standout tracks are called "Cuba Chase" which has an African Rundown vibe but with salsa thrown into the mix, and "Home" I love that it includes Billie Eilish performing a haunting lullaby sound.
Sounds like the one on the Radio 2 show?
Abraço grande, meu amigo!
Same thing happened to the title song for QOS soundtrack where it’s the last track.
The version with or without lyrics ?
This is exciting stuff if true. Can't wait to hear it all myself.
I'm avoiding bigger spoilers than that music-wise. But love that it's an Arnold sound -- my only question I'll ask, how's the Bond theme usage? Heavy throughout? It's been pretty frequently appearing in the soundtrack snippets we've heard. Do we get the famous 'guitar riff' more than Skyfall (once) and Spectre (zero times)?
What would you say the feeling is for "Final Ascent"? Is it something more somber, or uplifting? What is the emotional journey of the piece?
Forgive me for the strange question, and if you can't answer I understand completely!
This is my question as well.
So it's the version without the lyrics.
I need the score now. It's online by some miracle?
They gave what away? I’ve watched documentary??
That ending sounded exactly like the WHATTITW track from the OHMSS album to me.