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TRAILER MUSIC

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Don Smith
TRAILER MUSIC   Tuesday, May 29, 2001 (4:23 a.m.) 

So is the music from the trailer (the one on the official website) from THE THIN RED LINE or what!! All these threads are getting confusing!!! Can anyone let me know?

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Re: TRAILER MUSIC   Thursday, May 31, 2001 (12:00 p.m.) 

> So is the music from the trailer (the one on the official website) from
> THE THIN RED LINE or what!! All these threads are getting confusing!!! Can
> anyone let me know?

The music is from The Thin Red Line track three. Although I down loaded one trailer that had the actual music on it from Pearl harbor

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Re: TRAILER MUSIC   Saturday, June 2, 2001 (11:45 a.m.) 

Go to http://students.washington.edu/jakenagy/pearl.html
This will give you the required music

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Ude
Re: Magnificent TRAILER MUSIC   Sunday, June 10, 2001 (5:20 p.m.) 

thanks you guys for the link of the previous message and also
the one to the soundtrack.net list of all trailers music.
now i know...
the music of Steve Jablonsky for the second part of the trailer is
magnificent,i thought too it would be from the film.

i have no recollection of having ever cried during a trailer,but when
i saw the one from Pearl Harbor(Crow/Jablonsky) i was shocked.
it`s second part is directly standing side by side with the sequence
in the Rock when Michael Biehn`s seal team is slaughtered in the showers,
and the one in Armaggedon when the shuttle Independence is destroyed
in the asteroid field:slow motion,people dying,things falling down,
and most of all that dramatic music.a kind of sequence that`s a
landmark in Michael Bay films.not mentioning the President`s speech,
also present in both films.
i`ve never watched a trailer so many times,
(the one with Thin Red Line and actual Roosevelt speech is not bad
either but i prefer the other)
i was dreaming of that music in the film,and of another speech
with dramatic war preparation in the background.
then i saw the film...then i bought the CD...
Damn,shit,what a waste.both movie and music.
i still hope to have a double cd in the future,some good music is still
missing from the film.
if anyone knows how to get the music of Steve Jablonsky from the trailer,
let us know.


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Re: Magnificent TRAILER MUSIC   Friday, January 18, 2002 (7:07 a.m.) 

the second half of the trailer is called GOLIATH by STEVE JABLONSKY and is available on the media ventures stock music CD!

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Re: Magnificent TRAILER MUSIC   Thursday, December 2, 2004 (5:09 a.m.) 

I have never watched a trailer more than the PH trailer with the President's speech...I can remember every frame, every tune! It is the best trailer I have ever seen, and second for me is the Troy trailer that begins with the slo-mo of the ships.

I am one of those hoping to get an expanded score that includes the Jablonsky music, as well as the score during the post-Dec. 7th battle in the air between the Japanese and American air forces. One day, I hope.

Ciao,
Ude

PS: Goes without saying - if there is a score like that available, please let me know.

Methinks the score was okay, but too short, and the best stuff kept off!

> thanks you guys for the link of the previous message and also
the one
> to the soundtrack.net list of all trailers music.
now i know...
>
the music of Steve Jablonsky for the second part of the trailer is
>
magnificent,i thought too it would be from the film.

> i have no recollection of having ever cried during a trailer,but when
>
i saw the one from Pearl Harbor(Crow/Jablonsky) i was shocked.
>
it`s second part is directly standing side by side with the sequence
>
in the Rock when Michael Biehn`s seal team is slaughtered in the
> showers,
and the one in Armaggedon when the shuttle Independence is
> destroyed
in the asteroid field:slow motion,people dying,things
> falling down,
and most of all that dramatic music.a kind of sequence
> that`s a
landmark in Michael Bay films.not mentioning the President`s
> speech,
also present in both films.
i`ve never watched a trailer
> so many times,
(the one with Thin Red Line and actual Roosevelt speech
> is not bad
either but i prefer the other)
i was dreaming of that
> music in the film,and of another speech
with dramatic war preparation
> in the background.
then i saw the film...then i bought the CD...
>
Damn,#####,what a waste.both movie and music.
i still hope to have
> a double cd in the future,some good music is still
missing from the
> film.
if anyone knows how to get the music of Steve Jablonsky from the
> trailer,
let us know.


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