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    the score comes out monday.. March 26.. i am definitely buying it... i love this movie so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgm5215 View Post
    It's perfect for the movie. It's not a typical generic fantasy film, it's very gritty and realistic in some parts. This is half of the 80 minutes that JNH wrote for the movie. The music like JNH said, it's focusing on Katniss's feelings. The country bits are the kind of sound that T-Bone Burnett and Danny Elfman wanted to bring since the shooting started, especially with the songs performed on the movie. Horn Of Plenty and Katniss's theme are amazing and I can't take it out of my mind.

    And like I expected, the score is very I Am Legend/The Happening like. It could have been worst, it could have been pure noise ala Green Lantern, but no, JNH respected the source material and brought a lot of emotion, and the orchestra, ethnic instruments and choir are very well used.

    And this is the first movie, JNH is going to develop his themes much more better on the sequel.
    Yeah I know I saw the movie and thought how the music could've been more memorable and have a bigger impact. There are a few pieces that sounded wonderful in the movie (primarily Horn of Plenty) but it's just anonymous for the rest of the score, which is a bit disappointing given the popularity of the books and film. No instantly recognizable theme for this franchise either, I guess... hopefully it gets better in the sequels yeah

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajajaj View Post
    He's a musician and a songwriter. When him and Elfman were announced to collaborate on the music for HG I thought Elfman would write the score and Burnett would write or produce the songs (he won Best Original Song for Crazy Heart). But now he's listed as an executive producer of the score, so I suppose Elfman left since he was obviously forced to write a score with someone else producing it. No wonder he didn't like it since it's usually the composer who is the score producer and he doesn't need someone else to to tell him what to do. JNH probably didn't mind this and he made the score the way he was instructed to, atmosferic, restrained and percussion-driven
    Ah.. Cheers for the info. Horn of Plenty seems to be made originally by Arcane Fire if I read right, but all is credited to James Newton Howard it seems, atleast what I have seen so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightdevil View Post
    Ah.. Cheers for the info. Horn of Plenty seems to be made originally by Arcane Fire if I read right, but all is credited to James Newton Howard it seems, atleast what I have seen so far.
    It's credited to James Newton Howard because, technically it's HIS arrangment of the song COMPOSED by Arcade Fire. They don't flat out put EVERY artist of the songs on the back of the CD, there's just not enough space. I'm sure it's mentioned in the booklet about the whole deal with Horn Of Plenty, just think of the Angels and Demons OST. Some of those cues had like 4 Composers on them, but they were all written to Hans Zimmer just to simplify things. It happens. I'm sure however, in the booklet (as always) everyone is credited. Now that that's out of the way, here's the Score + Prexisting Songs + The Album in CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER, and YES it is right. I did it myself so i'm sure:

    Title
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    Scene Used (For Prexisting Music)

    01 - The Hunger Games - James Newton Howard
    02 - Deep In The Meadow (Lullaby) - Jennifer Lawrence and Willow Shields
    03 - Farewell (or "Katniss Hunting" as listed on the website) - Evgueni Galperine and Mariana Tootsie
    04 - Katniss Afoot - James Newton Howard (UNUSED, Replaced with "Farewell")
    05 - Reaping Day - James Newton Howard
    06 - The Train - James Newton Howard
    07 - Entering The Capitol - James Newton Howard
    08 - Preparing The Charriots - James Newton Howard
    09 - Horn Of Plenty - Arranged by James Newton Howard, Composed by Arcade Fire
    10 - Penthouse/Training - James Newton Howard
    11 - Learning The Skills - James Newton Howard
    12 - War - Hypnotic Brass Ensemble (Caeser's Tribute Interview Intro Music)
    13 - The Countdown - James Newton Howard (I don't remember hearing it, but they might've used the beginning,)
    14 - Sediment - Laurie Spiegel (Right when Katniss comes up the tube and onto her pedistal that each of the tributes are on. When everything is very bright and her eyes are disoriented.)
    15 - A Wasp On Her Adbomen - Chas Smith
    16 - Three Movements For Orchestra, Mvt. 1 - Lower Austrian Tonkünstler Orchestra and Kristjan Järvi (Chorus Sine Nomine Conductor)
    NOTE: 15 and 16 are mixed together in the film to make the Cornucopia Fight Sequence and Katniss' Flee to the woods.)
    17 - Healing Katniss - James Newton Howard
    18 - Allt Varð Hljótt - Olafur Arnalds (Katniss remembers her father being blown up in the mines.)
    19 - Mockingjay Call - Lionsgate (Jennifer Lawrence)
    20 - Booby Trap - James Newton Howard
    21 - Rue's Farewell - James Newton Howard
    22 - Searching For Peeta - James Newton Howard
    23 - The Cave - James Newton Howard
    24 - We Could Go Home - James Newton Howard
    25 - Muttations - James Newton Howard
    26 - Tenuous Winners - James Newton Howard (This is the first minute or so of, Tenuous Winners/Returning Home)
    27 - Marissa Flashback - The Chemical Brothers (Yes, Originally from "Hanna") (When the Hovercraft comes to pick them up and Haymitch tells Katniss the situation.)
    28 - Returning Home - James Newton Howard (The rest of Tenuous Winners/Returning Home)
    29 - Abraham's Daughter - Arcade Fire
    30 - Safe & Sound - Taylor Swift Featuring The Civil Wars
    31 - Kingdom Come - The Civil Wars

    And then, you can arrange the remainder of the "Songs From District 12 And Beyond" Album however you wish.

    Just from making this list and listening to the score, the most noteable gaps are between 11 and 12, 16 and 17, and 17 and 18. I was disappointed that the cue when Katniss comes in for Private Training was excluded Hopefully we'll get an expanded someday.

    EDIT: Added the scenes for which the Prexisting Songs were used for and fixed typos
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    That's cool. And so fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgm5215 View Post
    That's cool. And so fast.
    Thanks. I try XD
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeeky_5678 View Post
    It's credited to James Newton Howard because, technically it's HIS arrangment of the song COMPOSED by Arcade Fire. They don't flat out put EVERY artist of the songs on the back of the CD, there's just not enough space. I'm sure it's mentioned in the booklet about the whole deal with Horn Of Plenty, just think of the Angels and Demons OST. Some of those cues had like 4 Composers on them, but they were all written to Hans Zimmer just to simplify things. It happens. I'm sure however, in the booklet (as always) everyone is credited. Now that that's out of the way, here's the Score + Prexisting Songs + The Album in CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER, and YES it is right. I did it myself so i'm sure:

    Title
    Artist
    Additional Info
    Scene Used (For Prexisting Music)

    01 - The Hunger Games - James Newton Howard
    02 - Deep In The Meadow (Lullaby) - Jennifer Lawrence and Willow Shields
    03 - Farewell (or "Katniss Hunting" as listed on the website) - Evgueni Galperine and Mariana Tootsie
    04 - Katniss Afoot - James Newton Howard (UNUSED, Replaced with "Farewell")
    05 - Reaping Day - James Newton Howard
    06 - The Train - James Newton Howard
    07 - Entering The Capitol - James Newton Howard
    08 - Preparing The Charriots - James Newton Howard
    09 - Horn Of Plenty - Arranged by James Newton Howard, Composed by Arcade Fire
    10 - Penthouse/Training - James Newton Howard
    11 - Learning The Skills - James Newton Howard
    12 - War - Hypnotic Brass Ensemble (Caeser's Tribute Interview Intro Music)
    13 - The Countdown - James Newton Howard (I don't remember hearing it, but they might've used the beginning,)
    14 - Sediment - Laurie Spiegel (Right when Katniss comes up the tube and onto her pedistal that each of the tributes are on. When everything is very bright and her eyes are disoriented.)
    15 - A Wasp On Her Adbomen - Chas Smith
    16 - Three Movements For Orchestra, Mvt. 1 - Lower Austrian Tonkünstler Orchestra and Kristjan Järvi (Chorus Sine Nomine Conductor)
    NOTE: 15 and 16 are mixed together in the film to make the Cornucopia Fight Sequence and Katniss' Flee to the woods.)
    17 - Healing Katniss - James Newton Howard
    18 - Allt Varð Hljótt - Olafur Arnalds (Katniss remembers her father being blown up in the mines.)
    19 - Mockingjay Call - Lionsgate (Jennifer Lawrence)
    20 - Booby Trap - James Newton Howard
    21 - Rue's Farewell - James Newton Howard
    22 - Searching For Peeta - James Newton Howard
    23 - The Cave - James Newton Howard
    24 - We Could Go Home - James Newton Howard
    25 - Muttations - James Newton Howard
    26 - Tenuous Winners - James Newton Howard (This is the first minute or so of, Tenuous Winners/Returning Home)
    27 - Marissa Flashback - The Chemical Brothers (Yes, Originally from "Hanna") (When the Hovercraft comes to pick them up and Haymitch tells Katniss the situation.)
    28 - Returning Home - James Newton Howard (The rest of Tenuous Winners/Returning Home)
    29 - Abraham's Daughter - Arcade Fire
    30 - Safe & Sound - Taylor Swift Featuring The Civil Wars
    31 - Kingdom Come - The Civil Wars

    And then, you can arrange the remainder of the "Songs From District 12 And Beyond" Album however you wish.

    Just from making this list and listening to the score, the most noteable gaps are between 11 and 12, 16 and 17, and 17 and 18. I was disappointed that the cue when Katniss comes in for Private Training was excluded Hopefully we'll get an expanded someday.

    EDIT: Added the scenes for which the Prexisting Songs were used for and fixed typos
    Do you have all these tracks?

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    Here is a download link somebody uploaded to Tumblr.
    I'm not sure this is the full soundtrack, there seems to be some mislabeled cues/extras. I'm not sure but I thought I would share either way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfsspeakingofsilence View Post
    Here is a download link somebody uploaded to Tumblr.
    I'm not sure this is the full soundtrack, there seems to be some mislabeled cues/extras. I'm not sure but I thought I would share either way.

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    Thanks. This is not the complete version for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfsspeakingofsilence View Post
    Here is a download link somebody uploaded to Tumblr.
    I'm not sure this is the full soundtrack, there seems to be some mislabeled cues/extras. I'm not sure but I thought I would share either way.

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    is this the score???? plz tell me it is!!!!!
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    The entire score was on youtube yesterday. Someone downloaded it before it was removed, converted it into mp3, and uploaded it on mdiafire. The quality isn't so good but it's great to have it until the real album comes thanks!!

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    It is but low quality (45 Mo for all the soundtrack isn't so much )

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuck23 View Post
    is this the score???? plz tell me it is!!!!!
    It is. Not labeled correctly and bad quality

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunkenmunkey View Post
    It is. Not labeled correctly and bad quality
    the quality seems fine to me!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuck23 View Post
    the quality seems fine to me!!!!
    Sorry.Just a lot of labeling errors

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    Quote Originally Posted by theeaglesfan005 View Post
    Do you have all these tracks?
    Yes, yes I do. The score tracks are bought but I'll be getting them at midnight and Deep In The Meadow (Lullaby) comes out the 27th, but everything else I bought already

    Quote Originally Posted by sfsspeakingofsilence View Post
    Here is a download link somebody uploaded to Tumblr.
    I'm not sure this is the full soundtrack, there seems to be some mislabeled cues/extras. I'm not sure but I thought I would share either way.

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    The extra tracks are some of the production music. Caeser Flickerman's Theme is just "War" but somehow despite the easy availability and it flat out states the proper author they got the WRONG version of "War", it's supposed to be by the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble and it's easily available on itunes, they included "Marissa's Flashback" from Hanna but neglected to include the other extra tracks. I dont recommend this, at least i don't recommend you keep this version. If you just follow the list i posted you should have everything you need and the correct versions of everything. If I need to post sources on where you can find the proper tracks i shall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeeky_5678 View Post
    Yes, yes I do. The score tracks are bought but I'll be getting them at midnight and Deep In The Meadow (Lullaby) comes out the 27th, but everything else I bought already



    The extra tracks are some of the production music. Caeser Flickerman's Theme is just "War" but somehow despite the easy availability and it flat out states the proper author they got the WRONG version of "War", it's supposed to be by the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble and it's easily available on itunes, they included "Marissa's Flashback" from Hanna but neglected to include the other extra tracks. I dont recommend this, at least i don't recommend you keep this version. If you just follow the list i posted you should have everything you need and the correct versions of everything. If I need to post sources on where you can find the proper tracks i shall.
    how bout the track Wasp on her Abdomen the tracker-jacker theme????

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeeky_5678 View Post
    Yes, yes I do. The score tracks are bought but I'll be getting them at midnight and Deep In The Meadow (Lullaby) comes out the 27th, but everything else I bought already
    Do you mind sharing it? I bought the limited edition soundtrack.. & I'm buying the score tomorrow.. But I would like your version.. It seems more complete

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfsspeakingofsilence View Post
    Here is a download link somebody uploaded to Tumblr.
    I'm not sure this is the full soundtrack, there seems to be some mislabeled cues/extras. I'm not sure but I thought I would share either way.

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    thanks for sharing!!

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    Now that I saw the movie again, knowing which is the score, and which is the source music, the music is much more better, it brings a sense of brutality to the games, warm and charm to the intimate scenes, wonder and epicness to the Capitol scenes, and tragedy to the emotional scenes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mgm5215 View Post
    Now that I saw the movie again, knowing which is the score, and which is the source music, the music is much more better, it brings a sense of brutality to the games, warm and charm to the intimate scenes, wonder and epicness to the Capitol scenes, and tragedy to the emotional scenes.
    Described everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuck23 View Post
    how bout the track Wasp on her Abdomen the tracker-jacker theme????
    Actually, I assumed that "A Wasp On Her Abdomen" WAS going to be for the tracker-jacker sequence...but it's NOT actually, they use the opening of it right after the count down and everyone runs off the pedistals, then it begins to fade into "3 Movements for Orchestra, Mvt. 1" and is never heard again the entire movie, not even during the tracker jacker sequence. So eh, idk.

    Quote Originally Posted by theeaglesfan005 View Post
    Do you mind sharing it? I bought the limited edition soundtrack.. & I'm buying the score tomorrow.. But I would like your version.. It seems more complete
    Lol, it wouldn't much anything new, just be the production tracks (again, source tracks are typically when the music is coming from an on screen source such as a radio or television) basically, and a properly split version of "Tenuous Winners/Returning Home"

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgm5215 View Post
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    thank you... this will hold me over until i can buy it tomorrow little over 4 hours until i can buy it

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    Awesome, thanks. Is it legit though? And what's the bitrate? 98 mb seems rather small....

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