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    Just got out of the theater. The score worked SO well! The soundtrack was great too. I literally LOLed out loud when Spoiler: happened…

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    Really enjoying this and I'm guessing there's an extended version coming to Bandcamp next week like they did with Mank.

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    This fucking rules. Year Zero meets Social Network meets Tobacco.

    Edit: With some Soul and Mank for that jazzy melancholy.
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    Such a fun score and catchy album on its own right - while we're spying for similarities or influences, Goochie Goochie Goo kinda reminds me of , except a way more chaotic version. I think these tracks are worth a re-visit if you guys haven't heard them in a while.

    Also, The Man In the Basement's soundscape made me think of Here In the Black by Gary Numan. Not sure if botley is still around, but if you guys see him, give him a rec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zimbo View Post
    This fucking rules. Year Zero meets Social Network meets Tobacco.

    Edit: With some Soul and Mank for that jazzy melancholy.
    at least one song has some Quake roots as well, I remember thinking that on my last listen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Microwave Jellyfish View Post
    Such a fun score and catchy album on its own right - while we're spying for similarities or influences, Goochie Goochie Goo kinda reminds me of , except a way more chaotic version. I think these tracks are worth a re-visit if you guys haven't heard them in a while.

    Also, The Man In the Basement's soundscape made me think of Here In the Black by Gary Numan. Not sure if botley is still around, but if you guys see him, give him a rec.

    How have I missed these demos before. Thank you!

    EDIT: The drums on this score are tremendous.
    Last edited by Zimbo; 07-29-2023 at 10:02 PM.

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    looking forward to seeing the film. soundtrack sounds good as usual with TR/AR .

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    Last edited by p_rez17; 07-31-2023 at 01:34 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p_rez17 View Post
    Was kind of hoping for an extended release where some of these sub 1-minute tracks were more fleshed out. Either way, cool that they are making this available to download.

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    How has there been no official announcement about this yet? I’m holding out for something physical or extended. Amazing soundtrack and it inspired me to go back through the whole Soundtrack catalog with fresh ears.

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    Waiting until Bandcamp Friday to cop this...

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    If anyone has bought the Bandcamp download yet, can you let us know what the highest resolution it's available in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trollmanen View Post
    If anyone has bought the Bandcamp download yet, can you let us know what the highest resolution it's available in?
    Dunno about highest but I bought it as WAV and its 24-Bit

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    After my first listen here the impression I'm getting is Watchmen and The Vietnam War vibes.

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    It looks like track 16's title has been changed/corrected from "Megamind, Gru-Type ShitT" to "Megamind, Gru-Type SH*T". The change has been pushed out to all digital channels, but some (like iTunes/Apple Music) haven't implemented it yet. If you purchased the files early, you should change your tags to update to the correct title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBang View Post
    It looks like track 16's title has been changed/corrected from "Megamind, Gru-Type ShitT" to "Megamind, Gru-Type SH*T". The change has been pushed out to all digital channels, but some (like iTunes/Apple Music) haven't implemented it yet. If you purchased the files early, you should change your tags to update to the correct title.
    I was wondering about that when I was entering the titles into nincatalog. Seemed like a typo at first but maybe thought that was an "artsy" title.

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    also kinda funny that SHIT is censored in that title but not on the track dipshits on a roof?

    downloading from bandcamp now. love this score. can't wait for the movie.

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    So the extra T on shitT was a typo? Hehe.

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    I wear this crown of shitT...

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    Quote Originally Posted by trollmanen View Post
    If anyone has bought the Bandcamp download yet, can you let us know what the highest resolution it's available in?
    The FLACs are 24/48, FWIW. Judging from the filesizes of the other lossless download options, I wouldn't expect them to be any higher than that.

    FLAC - 510MB
    ALAC - 540MB
    WAV - 840MB
    AIFF - 850MB

    And yeah, this is a great soundtrack. Very much enjoying it! I keep getting "Happy Ending/Sewer Home" caught in my head -- something about that wobbliness to the tones hits my brain just right. Generally I wouldn't latch onto a cheerier track like that so much (especially since it's pretty repetetive) but that groove apparently works for me.

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    I presume the Qobuz download and the Bandcamp download are identical?

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    Movie about met my expectations. Very enjoyable overall. One of the best looking animated films of all time, but the story was kind of just alright falling a little short of the underrated 2007 CGI movie. I thought the new take on the turtles and April worked really well, even if moving slightly away from the archetypical nature of their personalities was a little tough for me in my stubborn ways.

    The score... I like the score on its own well enough, but I actual don't think the typical Trent Atticus thing was necessarily the best fit for this movie, the kind of hard electronic thing was kind of at odds with the overall vibe of the movie and was pretty different from the chosen non-soundtrack songs which, while not really suited for my tastes, definitely for with the direction of the turtles and stuff. It worked great for Watchmen, it felt out of place here, even if I liked the music itself. Sorry. I think I would have liked to see it lean a lot harder into the jazzy stuff they did.
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    saw the movie in theaters today and had a great time! i didn't grow up with the cartoon or movies -- weirdly enough the only access i had to TMNT was the original black and white comics. so to me, this was the first good TMNT movie ever. and of course i LOVED the score, wouldn't have minded if it was louder in a few moments but i'm on this site so clearly i'm biased. my only bummer was my favorite track goochie goochie goo was severely edited lol, much shorter in the movie, i was hoping it would be a whole cool sequence.

    the end credits are entirely a badass TR/AR experience, very worth sitting till the final frame.

    i was running late to the theater and just put on my dog walking outfit without thinking about it... my dog walking outfit being my somewhat damaged joggers and NIN zip up hoodie... i didn't realize what i was wearing until i was basically dancing to the end credits. i must have looked insane.

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    https://daily.bandcamp.com/seven-ess...-august-4-2023

    Like millions of other folks, I’ve been obsessed with Barbenheimer as of late: largely because of memes, obviously, but also because the dichotomy poses intriguing questions about how we contextualize and compare blockbuster films, up to and including their music. Barbie’s soundtrack is pretty self-explanatory, a collection of radio-friendly (read: sometimes mind-bumblingly safe) pop songs curated and produced by Mark Ronson; in stark contrast, Ludwig Göransson’s Oppenheimer score serves a more pragmatic purpose, driving home the story’s immense stakes through tightly controlled dynamics and complex orchestral arrangements. Basically, the former’s a dopamine buffet that doesn’t expect listeners to have seen the original flick, though it certainly helps; the latter expects familiarity with, or at least respect for, the source material on the listener’s part. These approaches are by no mutually exclusive, but they rarely, if ever, overlap, which is what makes Reznor & Atticus Ross’ score for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem so compelling: it’s a stellar collection of short form tracks that perfectly encapsulate franchise’s badass cyberpunk spirit. I haven’t seen the movie yet — it came out yesterday, after all — so I can’t speak definitively to how the viewing experience factors into the soundtrack’s success on a broader level. Nevertheless, I can say that “Do You Need A Veterinarian?” and “I Just Met You and You Almost Killed Me” slap, bound to enthrall Nine Inch Nails diehards, industrial snobs, goths, synthwave nerds, ’80s kids, and — thanks to the minimal, NES-styled synths driving standouts such as “Attack On a Titan”— even chiptune heads. Seth Rogen, who starred in, wrote, and produced the movie, described Reznor and Ross’ work as “incredible.” Is he biased? Definitely. Is his assessment correct nevertheless? You bet. It’s a whole damn double feature. Just don’t forget the pizza, dudes.

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    It's even better with headphones!

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    Quote Originally Posted by henryeatscereal View Post
    It's even better with headphones!
    ^^^ indeed. I grabbed the FLACs from Bandcamp and am listening with my headphones now.

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    is there any confirmation that TMNT is NULL16?
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    Saw it this weekend with our son and a few neighborhood families. Everyone really enjoyed it. I was really impressed with the animation style and quality, especially the balance between imperfection (shapes, lines, scribbles) and realism (character mannerisms and movements). I thought the score was fantastic in the film. Yes, some of the tracks were edited way too short but that's bound to happen. Something that struck me was how spot on the tone and imagery matched what I envisioned upon listening to the score on it's own. Overall: really fun movie and I hope TR & AR are involved with whatever comes next.

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    o.g. fan here, enjoyed the film, score was great. who knew that my favorite track I heard from before seeing it had to do with vomit? hehe

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    They should've given the role of TV news lady to the TV host from Deep video (and tweak her lines a bit). It would've been a perfect easter egg.

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