Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Soundtrack Wednesday - The Dark Knight Rises (2)

By Sati. Wednesday, July 25, 2012 , ,
Track: The End
Artist: Hans Zimmer
Movie: The Dark Knight Rises

10 comments:

  1. "Escapism" and "Immersed in the moment" perfectly describe me whenever I hear this.

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    1. It's so gorgeous. Kinda reminds me of Swan Song from Black Swan OST.

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  2. Ok no fair. This isn't one of the bonus tracks I was able to download from the CD!! BOOO! This is amazing!

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    1. Yeah it's pretty annoying how they included bunch of tracks only in certain releases.

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  3. Oh and now I see why not all the music isn't on the CD:

    http://articles.latimes.com/2012/jul/23/entertainment/la-et-ms-dark-knight-rises-score-to-have-life-of-its-own-via-iphone-app-20120719

    BOO!

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    1. I think they did something similiar with Inception's score too as I knwo there are two bonus tracks that aren't on normal album.

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  4. I heard people are bashing Hans Zimmer's score for TDKR, which is totally uncool. It was different from TDK, but still interesting and exciting. Anyway, they used bits from the previous films, too. The one you've chosen is very good, especially towards its ending, it's wonderful! If I'd have to choose my favorite, I'd say Gotham's Reckoning.

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    1. I love Gotham Reckoning, that chanting was fantastic! i really liked Bane's theme and Catwoman's theme I did like Joker's theme in TDK but these two are more awesome for me. The score is fantastic and I really don't get why people are disappointed.

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  5. I think the soundtrack is ok, but it was played way too loud at some scenes that it kind of turned me off. I do like both Batman Begins and The Dark Knight though, it fits with the dark, brooding theme.

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    1. I tihnk I noticed one time in the movie the score in the background was a bit unnecessary but other than that I loved it. I also adored how many scenes were silent, it was really a great move.

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