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X-men2 Trailer music

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X-men2 Trailer music   Monday, December 23, 2002 (1:22 p.m.) 

Anyone know the music/composer used in the X-men 2 movie trailer?

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Re: X-men2 Trailer music   Wednesday, December 25, 2002 (1:59 a.m.) 

> Anyone know the music/composer used in the X-men 2 movie trailer?
Mars the Bringer Of War. Its part of the Symphony of the Planets by Holst.

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Re: X-men2 Trailer music   Tuesday, January 11, 2005 (12:47 p.m.) 

It is not Mars, Bringer of War. I have listened to Holst nonstop for the past month, and can tell you that piece is not it. Mars, Bringer of War is composed in 5/4 time, which is way different. Actually, as soon as I heard the begining of the music, I immediately noted that it was the same music from the movie Trinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie. If you don't believe me, go rent the two and compare for yourself. The composer should be William Stromberg. I believe they call the piece Hiroshima/Nagasaki Requiem. In fact, if you run a Google search for "Hiroshima Nagasaki Requiem", you find find dozens of sources that back me up on this one.

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Re: X-men2 Trailer music   Saturday, February 15, 2003 (11:32 a.m.) 

> Anyone know the music/composer used in the X-men 2 movie trailer?

It is from the Planets composed by Holst. It is called Mars: The bringer of War



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Re: X-men2 Trailer music   Wednesday, May 21, 2003 (5:29 p.m.) 

> It is from the Planets composed by Holst. It is called Mars: The bringer
> of War
isent it two different songs tho? cuz the begginning sounds a little different, like when theyre playing chess and Magneto says "...that they will pass that foolish law, and come for you, and your children.." then the Bringer of War song starts...right? Anyone know the name of the first song?

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