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Prehistoric Planet Theme By Andrew James Christie And Hans Zimmer

L.A
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Mephariel
Prehistoric Planet Theme By Andrew James Christie And Hans Zimmer   Friday, June 24, 2022 (10:58 a.m.) 

Did anyone listen to this already?
I think it's one of my favorite main themes by Zimmer in the last 10 years.
Not familiar with James Christie, but guess he is responsible for the great orchestration.
If I had to describe it briefly -
This is how Con Air's score would have sounded if it had been full orchestral.
Its really feels like A good Trevor Rabin Anthem actually, but with more clever orchestration and with bigger brass section.
I will listen tomorrow to the full album by Roseman and Talve and really hope it is in the same quality.

https://open.spotify.com/track/2ZaPiYHN45xmsxFpJlvuFE?si=ab6d50fa3a7a4ae4

Any thoughts about this one?
Am I exaggerating?


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Mephariel
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L.A
Re: Prehistoric Planet Theme By Andrew James Christie And Hans Zimmer   Friday, June 24, 2022 (12:42 p.m.) 

> Did anyone listen to this already?
> I think it's one of my favorite main themes by Zimmer in the last 10
> years.
> Not familiar with James Christie, but guess he is responsible for the
> great orchestration.
> If I had to describe it briefly -
> This is how Con Air's score would have sounded if it had been full
> orchestral.
> Its really feels like A good Trevor Rabin Anthem actually, but with more
> clever orchestration and with bigger brass section.
> I will listen tomorrow to the full album by Roseman and Talve and really
> hope it is in the same quality.

> https://open.spotify.com/track/2ZaPiYHN45xmsxFpJlvuFE?si=ab6d50fa3a7a4ae4

> Any thoughts about this one?
> Am I exaggerating?

I don't know about the last 10 years. But it is certainly the best one he did for documentaries.


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