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Amanda
09-25-2010, 02:54 PM
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JADE: JAMES HORNER:
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Track list:

1 MAIN TITLE
2 LOOKING FOR ANSWERS
3 EVIDENCE
4 INTERROGATION
5 CLUES
6 DESIRE
7 THE TRAP
8 SKIN
9 GO TO HER
10 FINALE
11 END TITLE
12 JADE


my link, but not my rip. Originally provided to me by Southview212, I think....

Firefly00
09-25-2010, 05:18 PM
I never got to see this movie (here is the IMDB entry ([Only registered and activated users can see links]) for the curoius); its existence was to me something of a curiousity. Thanks for making me aware that James Horner scored it - it should be interesting to see what he did with this.

JHFan
09-26-2010, 12:37 AM
In case anyone here isn't aware, this is not only a DVD-rip of the rear surround channels, but also this score will see an official release by La-La Land next month.

Amanda
09-26-2010, 02:59 AM
I'm sure you mentioned it once upon a time, but I am getting old and didn't remember. I was aware there was no official release of this yet, but did not remember hearing fx...these must just be the tracks that were able to be ripped cleanly?

Is this at all representative of the score? I have never seen the movie, but obviously 30 minutes is a poor sample, but I was not overwhelmed by this one...

JHFan
09-26-2010, 03:39 AM
This boot was made years ago, and whoever ripped it did a LOT of editing to it to just cut out the sound effect parts and bridge the pieces of music in between.

There is a lot of confusion about this score as well, since it included two source pieces Horner had nothing to do with (but people still think - and wrongly so - that he did):

Igor Stravinsky's 'The Rite of Spring' - any time you hear this dark woodwind/tambourine rhythm followed by huge brass and strings you're hearing parts of this.

'The Mystic's Dream' - a song by Lorena McKennitt - any time you hear faint singing accompanied by a flute you're hearing this song.

Horner's score is limited to three sounds:

- a synthesized choir and bleak, depressing strings, similar in approach to the 'Revenge' cue from "Braveheart"
- dark, rumbling piano, and a bit of pizzicato (plucking) strings
- blasts of the shakuhachi, one of Horner's trademark instruments used in many of his scores, and sometimes in this score it's followed by a loud, screeching electronic string section

So while the film kind of mixes this all up in a blender, the bootleg actually takes that further with more editing, and it's hard to make a lot of it out since it's mostly taken from the rear channels of the DVD's 5.1 mix. The only thing truly 'clean' of Horner's score on it is the main title, since there were no sound effects in it.

Lokutus82
09-27-2010, 12:05 AM
Horner also wrote a bit more music that actually appeared in the movie, so the LLL CD should be a revelation.

DingDongSenior
05-13-2013, 07:23 PM
Here's a re-upload link for those who are interested:

Jade.zip (149,38 MB) - uploaded.net ([Only registered and activated users can see links])