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brian tyler's sin   Thursday, May 20, 2004 (2:51 p.m.) 

I really like the Timeline score at Tyler's "fresh" (that seems to be the word music critics favor) voice in action music. However, did he have to use the infamous Horner 4-note danger motif (albeit in a staggered form, and may actually be 5 notes) for track 3. It sounds good, but it really has no business in Tyler's work

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Re: brian tyler's sin   Monday, May 24, 2004 (11:54 a.m.) 

> I really like the Timeline score at Tyler's "fresh" (that seems
> to be the word music critics favor) voice in action music. However, did he
> have to use the infamous Horner 4-note danger motif (albeit in a staggered
> form, and may actually be 5 notes) for track 3. It sounds good, but it
> really has no business in Tyler's work

Exactly how long into track 3 is this apparent Horner stealing moment?

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Re: brian tyler's sin-- correction   Monday, May 24, 2004 (3:19 p.m.) 

> Exactly how long into track 3 is this apparent Horner stealing moment?

I have been a foolish child. The moments actually appear in track 12, Storming the castle, 2:51 into the track. I was certainly they were elsewhere too..... but they are there, for certain.

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Re: brian tyler's sin-- correction   Thursday, July 29, 2004 (12:14 p.m.) 

> I have been a foolish child. The moments actually appear in track 12,
> Storming the castle, 2:51 into the track. I was certainly they were
> elsewhere too..... but they are there, for certain.

Actually it does appear in track 3. about 1 minute into it

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Yeppers...Horner's Danger Theme Is Here!   Friday, August 6, 2004 (7:28 p.m.) 

Thank godness...I'm not the only one who noticed this! I was really getting into Tyler's Timeline until I realized just what I was listening to. It was by pure accident...after all I didn't excpet to find Horner's danger theme in Timeline. But I had just finished listening to Troy, was humming the theme, and as I'm duhh duhh duh duhh-ing, I'm hearing that in the music. To say the least, I felt like some Looney Tunes character. I'm not convinced I had a steam whistle coming out of my head, those little "crazy circles" in my eyes, fire coming out of my nose, smoke coming out of my ears, and explatives coming from my mouth. I couldn't believe it. Now, I love Horner's danger theme (its sooo catchy), but it has no business in Tyler's work. Either he got bitten by temp track-itis, or was just too infatuated with Horner at the time. It starts about one minute into track 3 and continues on for the entire score. Augh!

Come to think of it...on repeat listens, Timeline sounds somewhat like a generic Horner score.


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