But Goldsmith's score kicked complete butt, then throw Joel McNeely, and you get Goldsmith's best score. But I've hated Horner ever since Braveheart so I am ticked that they don't intend to release the rejected score.
> Randy Newman's score was cut late in post-production by director Wolfgang
> Peterson for being "too loud and blatty."
> Newman's score was rejected, a new composer had to be found to do the
> score in the two weeks that were left. In the end, longtime film composer
> Jerry Goldsmith got the assignment, but was so daunted by the amount of
> time he had to write the score that he now requests his assignments be
> given to him months in advance of the finishing of a film's final cut.