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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 7:57 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Top 200 Scores of the Century - #95 - 81 (ArborArcanist)

> Need to hear it.

> Need to hear it.

Then do it!!! :P

> Okay, these I agree with. Shame that the unabashedly evil take on Kylo
> Ren’s theme from the end of TLJ wasn’t in TROS, on account of Abrams
> deciding to do an undercooked redemption arc instead.

Everything about that trilogy was undercooked...

> I really need to hear more from him.

> I… actually don’t like this one much. It’s okay.

Well poopy on you then.

> Okay, this ima check out pronto.

> YES! I love this work, it was my introduction to Armstrong’s music, and
> probably my favourite of Marvel’s phase 1 scores period.

So good, and....so strange most don't agree.

> Unexpected. Once again, I search for a bootleg it seems…

> Top three Silvestri for me.

> Here’s a statement you’re not going to like- I prefer Giacchino’s trilogy
> to Elfman *and* Zimmer’s takes on the character, especially in how he
> approaches the protagonist (which I find more authentic to Parker’s youth
> than Elfman’s gravitas and choir, and Zimmer’s fanfare-like theme).
> Horner’s is probably my favourite though, but it also has the backing of
> MAXIMUM NOSTALGIA (doubly so, on account that we’ll never hear a superhero
> score of his again).

No, I'm with ya -- his theme for Spidey is perfect for those flicks. It's just that overall the music is so much more bouncy and kiddie, to my hears (which suits the material, obvs, but still) that I don't ever listen to them on their own.

> …I haven’t heard a new Burwell in months. I should rectify that.

Start with this one. Then you can probably end with this one ZING!




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