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Re: Top 200 Scores of the Century - #95 - 81
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• Posted by: Riley KZ
• Date: Sunday, May 29, 2022, at 7:52 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Top 200 Scores of the Century - #95 - 81 (Soundtracker94)

> The Riley doth protest too much!

> wink

Um, yup. Where you been? :P

> Easily.

> 1. Force Awakens
> 2. The Last Jedi
> 3. Rise of Skywalker

> Or in other words release order. Same goes for the films, funnily enough.

I'll grant ya the last part.

> Need to give Shore's score another shot as I honestly don't remember much
> about it in the (rather great) film. I think the songs just overshadowed
> it for me.

> Same as the above... minus the bit about the songs. tongue

> I have seen the film and own the collectors edition DVD (mainly for the
> bonus features), but don't remember right off hand if any major moments
> are missing from the album. Also... need to revisit the album. Remember it
> being great music to a really poor flick, especially for a major studio
> release.

> Full transparency: I haven't explored Hisaishi's work outside of anime.
> Will definitely give this a listen sometime, though. Thanks for bringing
> it up! smile

Oh most definitely. It's gorgeous.

> It's really great, though my initial experience with it way back when was
> far more lukewarm. Thankfully warmed up to it over time.

> Ah ha! Hear it is. Glad this made your Top 100 as it's really quite
> fantastic. Would love to get a complete/remastered edition that includes
> some of the softer cues (which also adds some more depth to the themes).


> What a tangled web we weave.... wink

> Elfman's 2nd and Horner's would be my picks. Not that big on Zimmer's
> effort even now and Elfman's initial outing is a little too haphazard for
> me. Still good, but I prefer the more melodramatic and refined sound of 2.

Yeah, your two faves are mine as well. But for the sake of not losing spots for any other earlier score, I figured I'd batch em all together, even though, say, Zimmer's outing wouldn't be anywhere near that high if not combined with the others. I make so much sense.

> Always look forward to these, even if (or maybe especially when) I
> disagree. smile wink

Thanks! And agreed!......?

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