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Re: Bias against Hans Zimmer?
• Posted by: mcstout   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, April 22, 2018, at 1:28 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Bias against Hans Zimmer? (HM)

> 110%. I've been reading this site for years, and the only thing he seems
> to like is if a score sounds like John Williams farted it out. Not to
> detract from the greats like Williams, Goldsmith, Goldenthal, etc... but
> the site reviewer HATES Zimmer for some indescribable reason. IMHO, this
> Justice League album is a lazy, boring hodge podge of trash.

It's not that indescribable of a reason, except that his choice of words comes accross as a bit too venomous at times. In the end tho, i mostly agree with him, although in less harsh words.
Not a too big fan of Danny Elfman anymore, but when I gave Justice League a listen, I cannot disagree with you more.
Interestingly tho, in this case the situation is reversed. So often, a composer was replaced by some Remote control guy or Zimmer himself. Said composers fans get angry and the Zimmer fans say, that's the way modern scoring is. Now it's the other way around and comments that the music is utter trash and generic compared to Junkie XL's work.... yeah ...

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