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    So, Tony Zhou of Every Frame a Painting has made two excellent videos of soundtracks resembling other soundtracks which were probably used as temp, so I tweeted to his Sounds Like Temp account about the similarity between TSN's "Painted Sun in Abstract" and The Martian's "Making Water". Let's hope he responds!!!

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    I think it's crazy that the deluxe edition of the Dragon Tattoo score hasn't sold out yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanmcfly View Post
    I think it's crazy that the deluxe edition of the Dragon Tattoo score hasn't sold out yet.
    Where are you finding it for sale for under $500? Cause I would totally buy it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcspiral View Post
    Where are you finding it for sale for under $500? Cause I would totally buy it...
    Lol. Nevermind. I'm a dumbass. If you lick on it on nullco's site, it says it's out of stock. I blame it on the lack of sleep.

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    This statement could also be in threads like "Controversial Nine Inch Nails opinions" or "Random NIN Thoughts" but here is my confession:

    I actually never listened to any other TR/AR soundtrack than "The Social Network" (I also listened to Juno and both covers by Karen O and HTDA as they don't count as a soundtrack material really). The main reason being I don't want to listen to any soundtrack before I see the movie. And the drawback is I barely see any movie nowadays except when I take a plane (barely once a year). And it's not like I don't like TSN soundtrack, I actually listened to it more than most NIN albums since its release.

    Am I the only fan stubborn enough to remain trapped in that situation? :P

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    I also didn't listen to any soundtrack material (even free samplers) before the movies, but I watched all thee movies during their first or second week of theatrical run.
    I barely ever check any singles posted online before the full album is available for any band, for that matter.

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    In my opinion listining before/without seeing the movie doesn't take away from the music or the film.

    TGWTDT especially (as I've not listened to GG yet) is a great score, but it's great music, too!

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    I'm sure about that it's great music but I can't. And as I also love Fincher's movies, so it's like on top of my list for movies I want to watch. That's most probably because I don't want to spend my own spare time watching a movie alone and that's not the first thing I want to do anyway when I have 2 hours of time on my own.

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    NIN have released 8 studio albums (excluding Broken and I guess Still) and TR has worked on 7 soundtracks (including NBK and LH, but excluding Juno, Bullet Man).

    So obviously you can jitter both counts a little but we're rapidly approaching the point where he'll have done more soundtrack work than NIN studio work.

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    Anyone know when this is showing in UK/Ireland?

    Also, loving the soundtrack. I feel that it's the most refined of the TR/AR soundtrack work on a musical level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slave2thewage View Post
    Anyone know when this is showing in UK/Ireland?

    Also, loving the soundtrack. I feel that it's the most refined of the TR/AR soundtrack work on a musical level.
    Sunday 9pm, both National Geographic and NatGeo Wild for some reason.

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    So Before the Flood isn't in 2017 Oscars eligibility list, but A Minute to Breathe is eligible in the song category. Patriot's Day is eligible
    https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.bil...ndroid-samsung

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    Quote Originally Posted by FernandoDante View Post
    Is this where people are discussing the TR/AR "Vietnam" soundtrack? Couldn't find it elsewhere.

    https://play.spotify.com/user/johnkr...sKapD5tqAmCI0J
    Trent & Atticus recorded a soundtrack for a movie called "Vietnam" (the album in the Spotify playlist made by John Crawford is called "Vietnam WIP 2-5-16")

    Here's the tracklist:


    *03 - Other Ways to Get to the Same Place

    In the same playlist, there is an album called "Breadwoman & Other Tales", by Anna HOMLER and Steve MOSHIER, released in february. Here's a documentary about it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssf7fR5bfeU

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri. View Post
    Steve MOSHIER
    So, so metal.

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    It seems to have not been noted yet, but if you go to the discography section on nin.com, Gone Girl mentions that it's " THEIR PERSONAL FAVORITE FILM SCORE."

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    "Hypomania" makes me super uncomfortable. more than any other piece of music either of them have written, and probably moreso than any piece of music any other artist i like has written. it is so deeply unsettling.

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    Atticus and Leopold Ross are scoring a manga Netflix film released on August 25th. Wonder how this fits in with the NIN tour
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_Note_(2017_film)

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    Can't find anything outside of iMDB but apparently the boys are scoring "The Black Ghiandola" which is some all star charity film?http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6244528/combined

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdean View Post
    Can't find anything outside of iMDB but apparently the boys are scoring "The Black Ghiandola" which is some all star charity film?http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6244528/combined
    The Cannes website backs up that info.

    EDIT: so does Richard Chamberlain's official page.
    Last edited by Jon; 04-20-2017 at 09:26 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdean View Post
    Can't find anything outside of iMDB but apparently the boys are scoring "The Black Ghiandola" which is some all star charity film?http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6244528/combined
    Looks like it's a short so don't expect a separate release for the score.

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    Post on Leonard Maltin's site about "The Black Ghiandola".

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    David Fincher is officially directing the World War Z sequel with Brad Pitt.

    Post-apocalyptic zombie music by Trenticus?

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    Cross-post from the "ninwiki" thread. Reposting here because of relevance, consolidation, and overall OCD:

    BEFORE THE FLOOD SOUNDTRACK

    01 - Before The Flood = 130 BPM
    02 - A Minute To Breathe = 116 BPM
    03 - Between Two Poles = 74 BPM
    06 - And When The Sky Was Opened = 66 BPM
    08 - Trembling = 125 BPM
    11 - At Dusk = 137 BPM
    12 - Thin Ice Reimagined = 74 BPM
    13 - Disappearing Act = 146 BPM
    15 - 8 Billion = 135 BPM
    16 - One Perfect Moment = 70 BPM
    17 - A Minute Later = 89 BPM


    PATRIOTS DAY SOUNDTRACK

    01 - Them And Us - 178 BPM
    02 - We Forget Who We Are = 71 BPM
    03 - The Place You Are Right Now = 132 BPM
    04 - Inquiries = 72 BPM
    05 - Trails = 76 BPM
    06 - Broken Glass = 102 BPM
    07 - Nobody Cares About Me = 88 BPM
    08 - The Night Drive = 120 BPM
    09 - Escape = 120 BPM
    10 - Terminus = 169 BPM
    11 - Long Shadows On The Street = 67 BPM
    12 - Resolve = 126 BPM

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    Atticus Ross will be one of the composers at this year's "Coffee Talk" at the LA Film Festival. I've got my ticket! I guess this means that I need to finally get around to listening to the soundtrack for Patriot's Day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niggo View Post
    David Fincher is officially directing the World War Z sequel with Brad Pitt.

    Post-apocalyptic zombie music by Trenticus?
    trent said in the iTunes interview they were weighing up some film score offers, hope its this one. A horror themed blockbuster score would be a new experience surely?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cynicmuse View Post
    Atticus Ross will be one of the composers at this year's "Coffee Talk" at the LA Film Festival. I've got my ticket! I guess this means that I need to finally get around to listening to the soundtrack for Patriot's Day.
    Psst. Sneak in a recording device, they're not recording this year's one

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdean View Post
    Psst. Sneak in a recording device, they're not recording this year's one
    This was a month ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorzelG View Post
    trent said in the iTunes interview they were weighing up some film score offers, hope its this one. A horror themed blockbuster score would be a new experience surely?
    I'm sort of confused that Fincher is taking on a sequel to a ho-hum blockbuster. I guess if the sequel ends up being a masterpiece, I'd want T&A to score it, but otherwise I'd rather they take on something more interesting.

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    P.S. WWZ2 hasn't even entered production yet, which means they won't be looking for a composer for quite some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdean View Post
    Psst. Sneak in a recording device, they're not recording this year's one
    The event was interesting, but I didn't hear anything that I hadn't heard at the previous two LAFF events. The previous Coffee Talk had 3 composers and this one had 4. There was less time for each composer to speak.

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