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Comments about the soundtrack for Iron Man 2 (John Debney)

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Good, but I missed some details...
• Posted by: Wellington   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, September 1, 2010, at 6:46 p.m.
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Well, I expected a little more based on what I heard during the movie. I show two details that disturbed me: The MONACO MAYHEM track's beginning part is different from what can be listened from the flick (just see the scene when Stark stares at Hammer throught TV). The previous track, MONACO, doesn't even exist in the movie and the real MONACO track is much better (heard in the movie) than this Bondian-track inserted by Debney here. HOUSE FIGHT V1: sounds an unused and completely forgettable track. These are my main complaints. There are other tracks with little or no use in the movie too, but after the movie arrives on Home video maybe I find out other flaws...pleased me IVAN'S METAMORPHOSIS, MAYHEM IN MONACO (Despite its different beginning), NEW ELEMENT(...), IRON MAN BATTLES THE DRONES, SLEDGEHAMMER, BLACK WIDOW KICKS ASS, IVAN'S DEMISE - THE KISS, MAKE WAY FOR TOMORROW - EXPO VERSION. By the way, could anybody identify any cue or track used in the Iron Man vs War machine fight scene in Tony's house and War Machine's arrival at the Army's hangar?

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