Posted by: Chris <Send E-Mail> Date: Monday, May 11, 2009, at 11:51 p.m. IP Address: 220.127.116.11
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I've got to say that the 160 BPM cue is probably one of the best, if not the best cue I've heard this year. It covers so many different layers and sounds and can be both beautiful yet full of action at the same time. A truly unique listening experience, even if you've got issues with Mr. Zimmer's over-reliance on synths.
> I've said it before on the board, but 160 BPM impressed the hell out of
> me. The choir is so magnificent, and the track oozes classic
> mid-90-actionmovie Zimmer, especially Crimson Tide.
> I listen to that track repeatedly several times each day, and I continue
> to grin like an idiot every single time at..I think it's 5:20 when the
> darker rapid male choir starts.
> I've been looking for a track like that for a long time in new score. I
> scourt new actionscores looking for something that sticks out of the
> generic pile, something that sticks with me for a long time. Just like
> discovering Little Ducks, it has already positioned itself way up on my
> favorite Zimmer tracks simply because of how awesome the track feels.
> The rest of the score is not bad either, several standout moments help the
> score and a consistent quality all around. But it's 160 BPM that really
> does it for me.