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Comments about the soundtrack for Spider-Man (Danny Elfman)
spiderman trailer

Tony
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chuchu
spiderman trailer   Wednesday, October 30, 2002 (10:43 p.m.) 

does anyone know where the music from the trailer comes from, ive tried looking for it but cant find it. the music is awsome. it also appears on the planet of the apes trailer. if anyone could help me out that would be great.

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William Shaw
Re: spiderman trailer   Saturday, November 2, 2002 (5:04 a.m.) 

> does anyone know where the music from the trailer comes from, ive tried
> looking for it but cant find it. the music is awsome. it also appears on
> the planet of the apes trailer. if anyone could help me out that would be
> great.

The artist who made the music of the trailer of spiderman is "E.S. Posthumus"... I don't know a lot about this but... So the music is "Pompeii"... So... that's it... bye


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Re: spiderman trailer   Wednesday, November 6, 2002 (7:21 p.m.) 

Hello,

Two pieces by E.S. Posthumus were used in the trailer, "Nineveh" and "Pompeii". Pieces of Elfman's "Planet of the Apes" score was also used (for when you first see Norman Osborn). The CD is damned hard to find...I worked on the team at Sony that did the trailer and TV spots and after hearing the music, I tried to get the CD. I think you can get it at www.wigshoprecords.com or something like that...Wigshop Records is their label.
Their music was also used in the trailer for "XXX". It's a cool CD for people who like that Latin chanting combined with techno (which I do) and there are some interesting Celtic-influenced pieces on it as well.

If you like that sort of music, check out the trailer for "El Crimen de Padre Amaro", a Sony Pictures Classics movie coming out soon. Great music and apparently it's from the film's score (no idea if it will be released or not).

Will

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Re: spiderman trailer   Thursday, November 16, 2006 (3:15 p.m.) 
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hey, do you know if you can either download that trailer on full resolution, or can it be obtained from another dvd film of the same company?(sony/columbia pictures)
> Hello,

> Two pieces by E.S. Posthumus were used in the trailer, "Nineveh"
> and "Pompeii". Pieces of Elfman's "Planet of the Apes"
> score was also used (for when you first see Norman Osborn). The CD is
> damned hard to find...I worked on the team at Sony that did the trailer
> and TV spots and after hearing the music, I tried to get the CD. I think
> you can get it at www.wigshoprecords.com or something like
> that...Wigshop Records is their label.
> Their music was also used in the trailer for "XXX". It's a cool
> CD for people who like that Latin chanting combined with techno (which I
> do) and there are some interesting Celtic-influenced pieces on it as well.

> If you like that sort of music, check out the trailer for "El Crimen
> de Padre Amaro", a Sony Pictures Classics movie coming out soon.
> Great music and apparently it's from the film's score (no idea if it will
> be released or not).

> Will



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