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Comments about the soundtrack for Tears of the Sun (Hans Zimmer)
Alternate tracks than shown in expanded soundtrack.

Yosef Lokar
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Alternate tracks than shown in expanded soundtrack.   Friday, March 30, 2012 (7:37 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: Mad Lion-Take It Easy from Blood Diamond OST.  

I have both expanded and non expanded versions of this soundtrack, but i noticed that there are more songs in the film that are never mentioned in the soundtrack.. ever! For example, the scene when they FIRST approach the village being attacked by the rebels. Different song that eventually moves into "Carnage". As well as when Red asks LT what the plan is and what they are doing in the raining scene while escorting the people. And don't even get me started on such alternate ending music. When they are engaged by the sniper, till the jets take off from the carrier, it is a tottaly different song, then what it is on the esxpanded score. On the expanded score, its called "Sniper [Border Post]". But when you listen to it, it is completely different from the one that is played on the movie. I even have a youtube video where i replaced the song thats in the movie, with the one offered on the soundtrack. And if you have seen the movie, you can defenately tell the difference. If anyone, including mr Zimmer himself, can let me know where to get the REAL song or song's, it would be fabulouse, even if i do have to buy it. I will.

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