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Best Moment on this Score

Cesar
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Shinji
Best Moment on this Score   Tuesday, August 17, 2004 (9:14 a.m.) 

The 15 seconds between 3.10 and 3.25 from "Hold the Ice" track

The 15 seconds of my life lolololol



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Shinji
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Re: Best Moment on this Score   Friday, August 20, 2004 (4:09 p.m.) 

> The 15 seconds between 3.10 and 3.25 from "Hold the Ice" track

> The 15 seconds of my life lolololol

>

Mine is between 5.30 and 6.25 in "Woad to Ruin", though i absolutely love the entire track/album ... it's just so powerful and "HUGE" music ... and the little bagpipe theme between 5.47 and 6.00 is my personal highlight of the album.

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Re: Best Moment on this Score   Thursday, May 14, 2009 (1:12 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: Budget Meeting  

> Mine is between 5.30 and 6.25 in "Woad to Ruin", though i
> absolutely love the entire track/album ... it's just so powerful and
> "HUGE" music ... and the little bagpipe theme between 5.47 and
> 6.00 is my personal highlight of the album.

Hmm, if we're doing this, here are my favorite moments from my (current) favorite soundtrack (be prepared, there are quite a few):

WOAD TO RUIN:

*1:20 to 1:40 and 4:10 to 4:35 - a very simplistic and typical Zimmer theme, but when blasted out on horns with that percussion drive it sounds terrific!

*The entire action sequence from 5:30 to 8:50, especially at about 6:40. Some great drumbeats, racing strings and horn themes in there, an excellent action cue by an excellent action music composer.

DO YOU THINK I'M SAXON:

*The percussion whacking from 0:16 to 1:35 blew me off my chair first time I heard it, but otherwise this wasn't my favorite track.

HOLD THE ICE:

*3:00 to 3:25 is the most dramatic thing I've ever heard.

*The statement of the main theme from 4:38 to 5:18 is great, especially with the moving drum beat beneath it.

ANOTHER BRICK IN HADRIAN'S WALL: Another less amazing one. No special moments for me.

BUDGET MEETING: Good God, where do I begin?

*0:28, the pounding, accelerating march

*0:57, I LOVE THAT RHYTHM IN THE DRUMS! I doubt I can ever sit through Budget Meeting without tapping my foot like crazy.

*4:20, I would pay good money to hear that drum line on a movie theater stereo at full blast, not to mention the horns at 4:40. Best moment ever written in Zimmer's life.

*7:30, some CRAZY drums again, and one of Hans Zimmer's favorite chord progressions.

ALL OF THEM:

*5:32, Cello solos get me every time, a simple yet moving theme.

*When the choir kicks in at 7:10, it's one of the most uplifting moments in music I've ever heard. From there to the end is just triumphant as anything.



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