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• Posted by: Steven P.
• Date: Monday, November 8, 2021, at 2:58 p.m.
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• In Response to: Eternals score is MUCH better in the film (jjstarA113)
• Now Playing: Eternals - Djawadi

> A LOT of the thematic development (especially of the main Eternals theme),
> action music, and some very charming fantasy stuff is just not on the
> album, which favors the slow, dramatic, and brooding parts of the score.
> There's even one use of the main theme that was really funny and that I
> won't spoil. Out of all the Marvel scores that get absurdly-long digital
> soundtrack records, why didn't this get one? And even with a 2-hour
> runtime, how did Djawadi and co. land on THIS 65 minutes of music to
> include on the album? The non-chronological presentation also robs the
> soundtrack of any sort of narrative flow, which makes for a dull listening
> experience.

> This is why whenever you guys complain about albums being too long I roll
> my eyes, cuz I remember when it was all too common for scores to have
> short soundtracks or go by unreleased. Y'all sound spoiled when you want
> soundtracks to be shorter, when what you really should be asking for is
> that scores nowadays be BETTER.

You may be right, but the score seemed very undermixed (a problem I have with a lot of MCU films) that even as I was trying to pay attention to the music, it barely registered with me with the exception of a couple of scenes.

It could be that maybe just the theater I was in was having an issue, but this is the same building where I saw No Time To Die and I didn't have that problem. Plus, the songs in the film seemed to sound fine. I'm not in love with the Dune score, but at least that allowed for moments for the music to shine while not burying buried in sound effects, but I didn't get that from this film.

As to your first point, it's really odd that TV shows seem to get an abundance of music being released, but films are still limited. Why did this philosophy of releasing every note only extend to shows, and not films?

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