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Yes, Ryan already pointed that out to me. Hadn’t listened to the score in FOREVER, but somehow that secondary theme by Schifrin stayed with me and I don’t think I ever heard it in any other MI movies. Or at least, not as prominently.
Its funny that you just posted this, as I just saw Mission: Impossible Fallout yesterday (its as great as they say it is).
While watching the film, I noticed that Lorne Balfe prominently reuses a variation of a sub-theme from Elfman’s MI soundtrack. You really hear it during the climactic helicopter chase. Has anyone else noticed this?
Has anyone actually seen the movie yet? I caught it last weekend and really enjoyed it. I think that the bonus cues from the MP3 version of the soundtrack are not actual cues from the film, and probably just tacked on as “bonus tracks”. I didn’t expect it to be as funny as it was. “Auntie Tia” comes in during a very memorable and funny sequence.
I’ve listened to it all the way through once, doing it again as I write this. I love what I’m hearing so far. Track 17 (John’s Speech) is a re-orchestrated version of Oli’s Lullaby from Standard Operating Procedure.
Good lord. That was some dizzyingly unwatchable dreck. Good music though. So, this is not in the original movie?
Yes! I’ve been getting that damn thing too. I’m on a Mac with Chrome, btw
I hear a lot of other super hero homages in here. “The Amazon Mother Box” starts off with a reprise of Elfman’s HULK theme. I’m pretty into this soundtrack. Naysayers be dammed.
Yep. And its glorious.
Just one Batman theme? Can’t wait to hear it
How’d we all miss this?
No love for Deep Roy?
That would be great!
The artwork is up!
I’ve heard that an expanded Mission: Impossible is on its way…
Got mine over the weekend and I must say, its a fantastic expanded release. So great to hear Elfman’s musical canvas breathe across these two discs. I particularly liked Flattop’s Entrance, Kid Montage (unused in the movie),Tracy Gets Nabbed, Gasser and Mano a Mano. I was worried that all those short cues would feel like stop-and-go; but the cues flow nicely together. The alternate cues are subtle, but its nice to hear them included. Glimmers of Batman, but more of a precursor to The Flash and Darkman than I remembered. Its the Elfman I loved as a kid. Having listened to the original release many times over the past 26 years (!?), the remastering is an equally satisfying revelation.
This will be on repeat over the next few weeks for sure.
What a great surprise. And that second disc! Already ordered…
Wow. I didn’t expect another X-Men movie so fast
Pretty cool. If I had the time, I would totally submit a short for this
When LoDuca was interviewed for the Shout! release of AoD, he was asked about Danny’s contribution and chose to avoid the topic.
I second what Ryan states above. It really is an unexpected treat to hear this is such crisp clarity; something I must have been listening to off and on for nearly half my life.
Really love hearing the Trailer score in full, but damned if I can recall Track 12 “Cloth World” — where does that scene happen in the movie?
The opening credits is a total misfire, in my opinion and not indicative of the rest of the wonderful score. I found myself replaying quite a few of the tracks. So far, I’m really loving it and can’t wait to see/hear the score in the movie.
Eh, probably so…