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Re: Zimmer & team rundown Pt 2 - MV 1994-98 - The birth of the power anthem (2b)
• Posted by: NMB   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, April 2, 2022, at 5:16 p.m.
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• In Response to: Zimmer & team rundown Pt 2 - MV 1994-98 - The ... (JBlough)

> The Fan (1996) - Not heard
> Zimmer; add’l music and conducting by HGW; add’l music by Jeff Rona;
> orchestrated by B Fowler; song “Letting Go” also by Terence Trent
> D'Arby

I actually love that score (and the movie too, as ridiculous as it may be), and it's a shame that so many people don't give a crap about it.

You probably have to be into synths and electronic stuff to properly appreciate it, sure, but I think there's some really beautiful passages in it, and it has a sort of nostalgic sound for me. It's not a stellar score by any means, but it is an important one for the MV sound. I believe that people would appreciate it better if there was a decent album release available, as the comercial album suite does not benefit the score in any way.

Still, give a listen when you have the chance, you might enjoy it.

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