Yeah, right. DVD rips by any chance? :/
EDIT: It's quite big, but it could possibly be the music from the official CD release, banded with the 'unreleased' stuff from the two websites we know of. I'll check anyways.
This is my impossible-to-fulfil sessions Wishlist.
-Digimon: The Movie (Harpaz/Plessner) - in full
-Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Williams)
-Jurassic World (Giacchino)
-The Lost World: Jurassic Park (Williams)
-Harry Potter And The Prisoner of Azkaban (Williams)
-The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Zimmer)
-Rogue One (Giacchino)
Nope, it's real, it's not got all the unreleased goodies, but it's got some of it:
01 Digimon Main Theme.mp3
02 Looking for Digimon.mp3
03 No Sleep Tonight.mp3
04 Where's Agumon.mp3
05 Pepper Flame!.mp3
06 Parrotmon Appears.mp3
07 Advancing Parrotmon.mp3
08 4 Years Later.mp3
09 Revealing Digimon.mp3
10 Revealing Digimon (Alternate).mp3
11 Gennai and the Digimon.mp3
12 Hold Your Monster.mp3
13 Into the Internet.mp3
14 The Mega Digimon Battle.mp3
15 Final Battle Scene.mp3
16 Back to the Beginning.mp3
17 Heroic Theme.mp3
18 Destroying the Clones.mp3
19 The Flower Field.mp3
20 Going Digital.mp3
21 Run Around.mp3
23 Here We Go.mp3
24 Turn Around.mp3
25 Hey, Digimon.mp3
26 Let's Kick It Up.mp3
27 Digimon Suite (Bonus).mp3
28 Digimon Original Theme (Bonus).mp3
It's the real deal, allright, and no SFX.
If I'm not mistaken, this was a promo I had. I wasn't supposed to share it with anybody, (I shared it with people I thought I could trust, and that link was one I uploaded myself for private use only) and clearly I did so against my better judgment because now the cat's out of the bag. I did on one forum say that it wouldn't be so bad if it was shared out. Ah, well...
I wanted to use this as a bargaining/sampling tool to get Intrada to release the complete score, or much of it. Guess we can kiss goodbye to that. Unless you know about the Intrada thread too and thought that sharing it would help.
Then again, it's not like it's the whole recording sessions. It's not even in FLAC.
After talking with ggctuk over e-mail, I have agreed to remove the link to this. It wasn't supposed to be shared out, but the guy who sent it to me didn't say so. It probably means that if ggctuk gets anything rare again in the future, he won't be passing it to anybody else unless he knows he can trust them.
Was this the Udi Harpaz score? That really, really deserves a release. I would've been very pleased to be able to hear it... but I do understand sensitivity is required when it comes to rare things... particularly things that still have a hair's chance of maybe getting released someday... So I will curse silently and move on, with a sense of disappointment but grudging acceptance...
Yes, it was.
There's material avaialble on both the websites of Shuki Levy and Udi Harpaz from the movie, while it isn't much, it's there and easily accessible.
As for a release, it's not likely right now. I'd kill for a full release, maybe via either Intrada or MovieScore Media (as a matter of fact, I might suggest it to the latter). There must have been a reason for Bug Music to buy the catalgoue off Saban - they're not going to have bought it just to sit on it, because they would have been wasting the money.
Since I did not saw a download link I move this for the request section. I hope I did not nothing bad. :/
The soundtrack for the movie, by Urdi Harpaz, was wonderful. It was teh first thing I heard from him.
But there was a user here that rip it all from the DVD.
I did not knew it was you ggctuk2005 who rip it.
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Yeah, I did rip it a few years back.
I got it form you , and did enjoy it. Despite the sfx, even then it was low, it could be heard well
Well, somebody has to have the sessions, and seeing as only a few people seem to want the score, there's not much point keeping them hidden.
Of course, certain elitists, such as the ones who run the Shuki Levy website, would disagree.
In fact. I found that pretty weird. Not even symphonic lovers seem to be interested in it. 0.0
Ok, the tracks are very small. I too do not like very small tracks that only endure seconds and not minutes. I like big tracks, because that way you can see an evolution of the same. Not everyone may think like me. And I do criticize the other thoughts. But, since I saw this movie, and I still have it's tape, the soundtrack was one of the reason I repeated the times I saw the movie.....
I really like how the orchestra has been arranged and all, and it really is catchy to the hears. It is very ... rare these days for an orchestra score to be so catchy has this one. That is my vision of today's music. Sometimes I feel like it is not "Salty" or "Sweet" enough to be heard again. You know what I mean?
Could anyone send me this? Oh well..
I won't upload this. But it's probably out there. Try asking the many people who've uploaded it to YouTube.