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Comments about the soundtrack for The Last Samurai (Hans Zimmer)
Chronological Order of Tracks

Josh Bal
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Chronological Order of Tracks   Sunday, December 12, 2004 (10:18 p.m.) 

I was wondering if the track order present on the Soundtrack is in correct order as it is heard in the film. It makes little difference to me because the score is awesome either eway, but somehow it seems like it is not in order according to the current track listing and the cues. Can anyone help? Thanks

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Re: Chronological Order of Tracks   Tuesday, January 25, 2005 (10:01 p.m.) 

> I was wondering if the track order present on the Soundtrack is in correct
> order as it is heard in the film. It makes little difference to me because
> the score is awesome either eway, but somehow it seems like it is not in
> order according to the current track listing and the cues. Can anyone
> help? Thanks

The tracks are not listed in chronological order in accordance to the movie.

For example, Taken, listed as track #3, is actually played towards the end of the movie when Algren is narrating his last entry of his journal.

Similarly, the second half of Safe Passage appears during Algren's stay at the village, but the track is listed after Idyll's End, which is Algren's return to Tokyo.

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Re: Chronological Order of Tracks   Sunday, February 20, 2005 (8:56 p.m.) 

So does anyone know what the correct order is for the tracks, or at least the closest it can be to accurate? Thanks

> The tracks are not listed in chronological order in accordance to the
> movie.

> For example, Taken, listed as track #3, is actually played towards the end
> of the movie when Algren is narrating his last entry of his journal.

> Similarly, the second half of Safe Passage appears during Algren's stay at
> the village, but the track is listed after Idyll's End, which is Algren's
> return to Tokyo.


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