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cmcougar
02-04-2008, 10:29 PM
For all of you desperately looking for this music...................
I have found a working rapidshare link to it. Get it while you can!

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Anterak
02-05-2008, 02:20 PM
What is it exactly ?
The young's score or rejected cues from Elfman's work.
Maybe a traclisting would be a great thing !
Thanks.

cmcougar
02-05-2008, 05:58 PM
No Problem......here you go.

01: Dr. Octavius
02: Experiment Part 1
03: Experiment Part 2
04: Experiment Part 3
05: Fatal Error
06: Explosion
07: Dr. Octavius' Demise
08: Train Sequence Part 1
09: Train Sequence Part 2

This is Young's work. It was all heard in the film, but never made it onto the commercial release of the soundtrack

mehmet
04-13-2008, 07:22 AM
thanks.

jcffmog
04-13-2008, 12:22 PM
thanks

tangotreats
05-13-2008, 04:09 PM
The title of this is extremely misleading.

This is **NOT** the REJECTED score.

It's the extra score that Christopher Young wrote to *replace* music by Danny Elfman. Parts of Elfman's score was thrown out by the director - he hired Christopher Young to fill in the gaps, as the film had been temp tracked with Young music anyway.

The reason it didn't end up on the soundtrack album are as follows:

a) Contractually, Elfman scored the picture. Do you reckon Elfman would have particularly enjoyed his soundtrack album being padded out with music somebody else wrote to replace stuff of his own that was rejected?

b) Most of Chris Young's contributions aren't entirely original - they're based significantly off the temp track.

Raimi is an idiot.

midnight89
05-14-2008, 09:31 PM
The title of this is extremely misleading.

This is **NOT** the REJECTED score.

It's the extra score that Christopher Young wrote to *replace* music by Danny Elfman. Parts of Elfman's score was thrown out by the director - he hired Christopher Young to fill in the gaps, as the film had been temp tracked with Young music anyway.

The reason it didn't end up on the soundtrack album are as follows:

a) Contractually, Elfman scored the picture. Do you reckon Elfman would have particularly enjoyed his soundtrack album being padded out with music somebody else wrote to replace stuff of his own that was rejected?

b) Most of Chris Young's contributions aren't entirely original - they're based significantly off the temp track.

Raimi is an idiot.

Oh, now I see. I downloaded the SM II soundtrack a few days ago on this site and I was wondering why the music in the film was different than the soundtrack. I didn't question it too much since both scores are pretty damn good if you ask me.

cmcougar
05-14-2008, 10:10 PM
@ dannyfrench

I didn't mean to cause any confusion. "Promotional Rejected Score" was the way this group of songs were billed when I located the link.

Cornelius&Zira
08-25-2012, 03:36 AM
Hello, someone can re-up this one?.... Thank You!!!...