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I know many disagree, but this is exactly how I wanted it. Incorporated, finessed and varied, but not the original theme.
Thank you bondjames for the kind words on my score for Reflection Of The Soul :D
I haven't listened to the score yet (I tend to do that after seeing the movies concerned) but learning that makes my day. We haven't had one of those scores in years.
Different film. TMFU is a bouncier, less serious film, set in the 60s.
me too, I hate this 'Generic Action' thing people keep saying when we talk about Arnold, its a Bond theme its supposed to be exciting
And cue 18 (Day of the Dead) is after the first one in that version??
His gunbarrel take is very Barryesque.
You're kidding right? There is a complete track-by-track analysis further up this thread. There is t anything left to spoil.
My pleasure. Your work on that score is exceptional imho. You are definitely very talented and a lover of the Bond sound.....I can tell from listening to your work. I actually felt I was listening to the late Barry in parts (which almost brought a tear to my eye)....great use of melody. You do in that score what none of the composers since (including Arnold/Newman) did.
I hope you are very successful in your endeavours.
And the greatest reward for those who enjoyed it. ;)
Too bad the SP score did not bring back memories of the scenes from SPECTRE.
Ah well, that's where I disagree. SF had some nice highlights, but overall I prefer SP. It's a more confident score--the action music in particular. Snow Plane > The Bloody Shot.