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    Exclamation THE DARK KNIGHT RISES - Expanded - D A R T H edit V2.2 - MP3 V0~245Kbps

    THE DARK KNIGHT RISES - Expanded - D A R T H edit V2.2 / 09 . 03 . 2012 (the title of the topic is not exact but i cannot change it)
    "In chronological movie order"

    (MP3 V0 ~245Kbps)

    Hans Zimmer
    "Composer"

    Lorne Balfe
    Tom Holkenborg
    "Additional Music"

    Andrew Kawczynski
    "Additional Arrangements"


    1) History / Credits

    - first tracklisting (V1.0) made by Ahdvd
    - Expanded Tracklisting (V2.0) by Theeaglesfan005
    - Digital edit by D A R T H

    Many thanks - for their very precious help

    - Antovolk
    - Kambei
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    2) "In an interview in October 2010, composer Hans Zimmer confirmed that he would be returning to score The Dark Knight Rises. James Newton Howard was offered to return and write the score with Zimmer as he did for Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, but he chose not to because he noted that the chemistry established between Zimmer and Nolan during the making of Inception would make him seem like a "third wheel".[107]

    In November 2011, Zimmer crowdsourced online audio recordings of a chant to be used in the film's score. When asked about the chant for clarification, Zimmer said, "The chant became a very complicated thing because I wanted hundreds of thousands of voices, and it's not so easy to get hundreds of thousands of voices. So, we Twittered and we posted on the internet, for people who wanted to be part of it. It seemed like an interesting thing. We've created this world, over these last two movies, and somehow I think the audience and the fans have been part of this world. We do keep them in mind." The two-word chant deshi basara translates to "he rises" in Moroccan, exhibiting Ra's al Ghul's Arabian ethnicity as well as coinciding with the title of the film, The Dark Knight Rises.

    Zimmer included several cues from the earlier scores, but explains that he wanted to go in a "completely different direction" for Bane's theme. While the theme accompanying Selina Kyle is deliberately ambiguous, the musical thread spanning throughout the trilogy was composed exclusively for Bruce Wayne."

    (D A R T H : My voice and thousand of other are mixed in this soundtrack ^_^ )


    2) Please note i've chosen to give new names to several tracks
    because these cues are a complex mix of several various cues



    D A R T H (aka Darth2602)



    TRACKLISTING (Mixed)

    01 - A Storm Is Coming - Plane Jacking - 4:37
    02 - The Harvey Dent's Day - Dirty Little Kitty - 8:07
    03 - Clean Slate - 9:07
    04 - Claude Debussy ''En bateau ; Petite Suite'' (Source Music) - 3:35
    05 - Johann Stauss II ''Roses from the South'' op. 388 (Source Music) - 9:47
    06 - Maurice Ravel ''Pavane Pour Une Infante Defunte'' (Source Music) - 7:41 **
    07 - Batman Returns - 8:37 *
    08 - The Bat Save the Cat - 6:45
    09 - Into the Sewers - 1:09
    10 - Knightfall - 10:58
    11 - Underground Army - 3:10
    12 - Why Do We Fall - 2:26
    13 - All Out War - 2:41
    14 - Despair - 3:14
    15 - The Last Showdown - 21:48
    16 - Rise - 7:15
    17 - End Credits - 7:59 *

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    BONUS TRACKS
    01 - Bane - Suite - 19:48
    02 - Selina Kyle - Suite - 5:41
    03 - Wayne Manor - Suite - 21:54
    04 - Orphan - Suite - 4:53
    05 - Dehshay Bahsahrah - 0:40

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    2.1 to 2.2 *= updated **=new
    Last edited by darth2602; 09-18-2012 at 03:10 AM.
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    Thanks!

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    Only 12 tracks...
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    So far, so good...

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    Oh hai there darth...

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    Thanks. Enjoying listening to this arrangement more than the original album!

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    Dude teriffic i requested this in the download section you did a great job!!! probs for you

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    there will be more tracks soon...

    Wayne Manor (22:05)
    Bane (19:49)
    Orphan (4:51)
    Selina Kyle (5:41

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    Could you please use peejee/mediafire/zippyshare? I know im stingy...

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    Sorry, Can u reupload to other filehosting........ I cannot download from Rapidshare due to the IP address masking problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by darth2602 View Post
    Rise (7:11) Resolution
    Deshay Basara (1:43) Bonus Track
    Is your version of "Rise" different, or did you just title it "Rise / Resolution"?

    And "Deshay Basara" looks like the only thing additional here, am I correct?

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    Thanks for sharing here. Yet I do care more about correct track order. Is this the right order?

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    it's the standard version, with fading replaced by mix, and all bonus track (there will be 4 more soon !) , the 6:22 track is a fan rerecording (very pro)

    Deshay Basara is a demo used for choirs recording (my voice, and thousand others fan voices are in the final soundtrack !)

    i think the order is good, but i'm not sure... that sound good like this....that sound natural

    risen from darkness ->end credits part 1
    end -> end credits part 2

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    password (wayne) doesn't work !?

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    wayne is ok...

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    Thank you for giving us another take on Zimmer's score!

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    Thanks! I saw the movie last night (or this morning I should say lol), and one of the first things I thought of was "I NEED this soundtrack!". Such an awesome score by Hans Zimmer.
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    I second the opinion on uploading them to something like mediafire or something. Rapidshare hates me in Starbucks

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    There´s something very wrong with this.
    I started to download it and it took EXTREMGLY long and after it was finally finished, when I tried to extract it, winrar told me the archive is rather empty, or broken...

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    Its working all right. I just extract it as we speak.

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    As far as film sequence goes, I'm still working on that. But I can tell you that "Rise" is the last track heard at the end of the film right before the end credits. The beginning of the end credits music is not on the CD, but it's the standard piece the last two films' end credits started with. After about 1:20 it transitions into another piece. Haven't identified whether the piece it transitions into is available. Going by track titles "The End" seems likely, but I need to see the film again to know for sure.

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    Okay, after going through the score, i'm fairly sure i've been able to place the majority of it in order - many of the tracks on the release are mixes of more than one cue, and some of them are repeated throughout the movie. For those that i'm sure this is the case, i've included times of the track for that specific moment in the movie. In an effort to avoid spoilers, but so that everyone can hopefully use some of this as a starting point, I've placed a note on each track that should be cryptic enough for anyone who has yet to see the movie, but make sense for anyone who has.

    There are also several moments in the movie that re-uses tracks from the previous two movie scores, I haven't gone through that, but there's definately one or two that I recognise (Bruce's visitor from the past is a piece taken directly from Batman Begins), etc.

    Tracks in order (from memory, so may not be perfect, but I believe it's right)
    01 - A Storm Is Coming (opening bat logo)
    03 - Gotham's Reckoning (Bane's plane hi-jacking)
    02 - On Thin Ice (Harvey Dent Day)
    04 - Mind If I Cut In! (pearls and toner)
    05 - Underground Army
    07 - The Fire Rises (0:00-2:27 bike chase)
    17 - Risen From Darkness (You're in for a show tonight/selina turns up empty/police chase batman)
    09 - Despair (1:38-3:14 the bat takes flight)
    10 - Fear Will Find You (Batman rescues Selina/'so that's what that feels like')
    08 - Nothing Out There (Rachel's letter)
    02 - On Thin Ice (Bruce and Miranda)
    06 - Born In Darkness (prison/Bane's past)
    07 - The Fire Rises (2:28-5:33 Stadium/Bane's public statement)
    BB - excert from 'Meeting Ducard' (Batman Begins)
    05 - Underground Army (food delivery)
    11 - Why Do We Fall? (wall climb)
    12 - Death By Exile
    ?? - All Out War
    09 - Despair (0:00-1:37 Gordon on the ice)
    BB - excert from 'The Bat Cave' (Batman Begins) (light it up)
    13 - Imagine The Fire (Bane & Batman fight on the steps of gotham)
    14 - Necessary Evil (the slow knife)
    ?? - No Stone Unturned (0:00-4:37 climactic battle)
    BB - excert from 'Mugging (Part 2)' (Batman Begins)
    15 - Rise (ending)
    ?? - The End - pretty sure some of it plays in the middle of '15 - Rise' at around the 5:18 mark.
    15 - Rise (ending)
    BB - excert from 'End Credits' (0:00-1:27) THE DARK KNIGHT RISES title card (Batman Begins)
    16 - The Shadows Betray You (Start of end credits)
    17 - Risen From Darkness (end of end credits?)
    18 - The End

    BB - Tracks taken from the Batman Begins recording sessions)

    Any other suggestions for other bits that are reused in the score or reused from Begins or Dark Knight?
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    'On Thin Ice' also scores Bruce and Miranda's scene at the mansion

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    Rise was the final track then a unknown filler track then risen from darkness and after that the end.

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    I've tried cutting in "Risen From Darkness", "The End" and "Imagine The Fire" into the credits intro.

    Begins credits time out at 9:05. Dark Knight times out at 7:45. I figure TDKR should time out somewhere within that range. The cut I did of the credit intro into "Imagine", for instance, times out at 8:51. If I tacked on "The End" as well it would be 15:04. That's just too long. So whatever is after "Rise" it's only one piece, or an edit of multiple pieces. But it's not two complete tracks.

    Of the three I'd say "Imagine" sounds most like what I remember from the theater. It fits extremely well coming out of the intro. I like the way "The End" sounds, but contrary to my initial post, I no longer believe it's correct. Still, will know for sure after I see the movie again. (Maybe it was an intended credit piece that got dropped? Don't know.) "Risen" sounds wrong transitioning out of the credit intro, imo.

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