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Re: Dune (Hans Zimmer) Discussion
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• Posted by: Philipp
• Date: Friday, September 17, 2021, at 5:52 a.m.
• IP Address: p57ad70ee.dip0.t-ipconnect.de
• In Response to: Dune (Hans Zimmer) Discussion (Soundtracker94)

I like the first five minutes of 'Song of the Sisters' on the sketchbook, um, yeah... that's about it.

> The film score album is now available in North America on most streaming
> services, so figured it was only right to start a thread on discussing the
> new album. For anyone confused, this is not the same as the
> 'Sketchbook' album and should be the score we hear in-film (though I
> suspect Zimmer has done his usual 'several cues into one album track'
> methodology once again).

> Anyway, currently listening and just based on the first two tracks I like
> it more than the 'Sketchbook' presentation.

> So... discuss amongst yourselves!




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