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The Lost World Trailer music

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The Lost World Trailer music   Tuesday, July 17, 2001 (7:17 a.m.) 

Does anyone know what the music that plays over the Lost World Trailer is, particularly at the point where the T-Rex foot stamps into the mud and the Lost World logo appears. Is this music on the Lost World soundtrack? Or is it borrowed from another film, a la Chain Reaction using Eric Serra's "Run, Shoot and Jump" from GoldenEye?

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Re: The Lost World Trailer music   Thursday, July 19, 2001 (8:37 p.m.) 

> Does anyone know what the music that plays over the Lost World Trailer is,
> particularly at the point where the T-Rex foot stamps into the mud and the
> Lost World logo appears. Is this music on the Lost World soundtrack? Or is
> it borrowed from another film, a la Chain Reaction using Eric Serra's
> "Run, Shoot and Jump" from GoldenEye?

It almost has to be the music from Backdraft. That's the only music I can remember in the trailer other than Jurassic Park.

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What track name would that be?   Friday, July 20, 2001 (11:26 a.m.) 

Thanks rolo. but what track is it off Backdraft (name and number would be great)?

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Re: What track name would that be?   Tuesday, August 7, 2001 (1:47 p.m.) 

> Thanks rolo. but what track is it off Backdraft (name and number would be
> great)?

Don't know the number, but the track name is "Burn it All"


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Re: What track name would that be?   Sunday, August 19, 2001 (9:43 a.m.) 

> Don't know the number, but the track name is "Burn it All"
The track is "Burn it All" and it is track 6 on the classic Hans Zimmer soundtrack. Who would have thought that you would hear Backdraft next to Jurassic Park?

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how do you follow J.W's footsteps   Wednesday, March 6, 2002 (7:40 p.m.) 

I first realised how much I loved film music at universal studios in Hollywood when I heard Jurrasic Park playing throughout the park - WOW! what a guy!
He's inspired me to get into film music scoring, Im doing a music composition degree but by knowing people in this field i think is the best way to get in. Any suggestions or does anyone know how to get work experience with a film composer? maybe John's address!! hmmmm?

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Re: how do you follow J.W's footsteps   Thursday, August 1, 2002 (4:53 a.m.) 

> I first realised how much I loved film music at universal studios in
> Hollywood when I heard Jurrasic Park playing throughout the park - WOW!
> what a guy!
He's inspired me to get into film music scoring, Im doing
> a music composition degree but by knowing people in this field i think is
> the best way to get in. Any suggestions or does anyone know how to get
> work experience with a film composer? maybe John's address!! hmmmm?

It's more likely that you'll start with Hans Zimmer than Williams. Just send your music to Dreamworks executive (I forgot the Dreamworks adress, sorry) Todd homme and Zimmer will hear your music. If he likes it, you will start as another upcoming composer. And could you give me your full name, because I want to know, whose music will I hear in future?

Hope I Helped. Pawel.


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Re: how do you follow J.W's footsteps   Tuesday, August 20, 2002 (6:34 a.m.) 

Thanks very much Pawel, my full name is Carolina Vanessa Chapman, How do I find dreamworks address? Do I just send my compositions on tape to them and that's it? I'm currently writing some music for my friends wedding this week and it's quite 'Hanz Zimmery' style, but maybe he want's something more original, what do you think and how did you find out about this, did you do it yourself? I'd really like to write to the composer Thomas Newman, do these guys have a page where their agents or contacts address is on. Sorry for flinging a million questions at everyone but someone must know? Thanks,

Vanessa (I go by Vanessa not Carolina if you're confused):)


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you questions   Friday, August 23, 2002 (11:46 a.m.) 

> Thanks very much Pawel, my full name is Carolina Vanessa Chapman, How do I
> find dreamworks address? Do I just send my compositions on tape to them
> and that's it? I'm currently writing some music for my friends wedding
> this week and it's quite 'Hanz Zimmery' style, but maybe he want's
> something more original, what do you think and how did you find out about
> this, did you do it yourself? I'd really like to write to the composer
> Thomas Newman, do these guys have a page where their agents or contacts
> address is on. Sorry for flinging a million questions at everyone but
> someone must know? Thanks,

> Vanessa (I go by Vanessa not Carolina if you're confused):)

I'm not confused Vanessa. I'm happy to say that I am a composer too.

As for your questions:

1. Yes, although Zimmer prefers DAT tapes or CDs (if you've got a friend with a CD recorder or yourself got one...) I still don't know the Dreamworks adress, try their website. I sent to Hans my MIDIs, but he didn't respond.

2. Change yor style a bit, and don't be too Williamsy (Zimmer said once: "If I wanted John Williams, I would hire John Williams"),

3. Well I don't know Thomas Newman adress. Try www.soundtrack.net.

I don't have problems with such number of questions .

Could you mail me some your compositions? I'm a composer myself, so I could mail you some of my tracks myself . What about it? We could exchange oppinions?

Thanks. Hope I Helped

Pawel.


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Re: What track name would that be?   Monday, March 11, 2002 (4:48 a.m.) 

It's funny how a movie with music composed by John Williams has music from a track by Hans Zimmer. Still, "Burn it All" in Backdraft was beautiful. I'll have to go see the trailer again.

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Re: The Lost World Trailer music   Sunday, August 11, 2002 (8:14 a.m.) 

> It almost has to be the music from Backdraft. That's the only music I can
> remember in the trailer other than Jurassic Park.

I know this is a little late but, yes it is from Backdraft. It's a song called "Burn it all".


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Re: The Lost World Trailer music   Tuesday, July 8, 2003 (7:18 p.m.) 

> Does anyone know what the music that plays over the Lost World Trailer is,
> particularly at the point where the T-Rex foot stamps into the mud and the
> Lost World logo appears. Is this music on the Lost World soundtrack? Or is
> it borrowed from another film, a la Chain Reaction using Eric Serra's
> "Run, Shoot and Jump" from GoldenEye?
Well, im an avid Williams fan, and piticuarly the Jurassic Parks ( one and two ) and i for one have never heard that music before

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