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

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Re: What is the music in Spiderman Trailer?
• Posted by: Leonard Wilson   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, April 12, 2004, at 1:18 p.m.
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• In Response to: What is the music in Spiderman Trailer? (Mark Wong)

> After downloading
> "New! Trailer" from the above site, I heard a very good rock
> music. The trailer lasts for only 1 minute 18 seconds. The music is
> definitely neither "Nineveh" nor "Pompeii" from E.S.
> Posthumus. Since I do not have the original soundtrack of Spiderman, I am
> not sure if the music can be found in the soundtrack. Does anyone know
> about the music?

Everyone's been looking for that end song for the full Spider-Man 2 trailer. It seems to belong to Immediate Music (the guys who did that song for "The Mummy" and "Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within" trailers). Only problem is, none of their music is available to purchase

The following is a quote from their site (at

By now, half the world has seen the new Spiderman2 trailer.....and yes, that is our music dominating the back half of this outstanding showcase of theatrical marketing. Our cue "Lacrimosa", in both choral and non-choral versions, will also surely be popping up in television and other media advertising for the much-anticipated summer release. "Lacrimosa" is the opening track from our recently released "Themes for Orchestra & Choir".

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