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    MOTU movie soundtrack

    People have been talking about who should be in the movie and plot lines but who would you want to be on the soundtrack/score for the movie? Bands, music style, anyone you want to see for the main theme or the fight scenes score.

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    As long as it's not dubstep, I'll take practically anything.
    But, considering how awesome and epic some folk metal/viking metal/pirate metal out there can be, I'd love to hear a soundtrack mostly consisting of that stuff. Everyone's going to want sweeping, epic-sounding fully-orchestrated stuff, but I say get a bunch of folk metal bands and let 'em rip. But still, no dubstep.

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    i'm very curious about this as well, in fact, i made a poll some time ago to that affect- http://www.he-man.org/forums/boards/...95#post3237095

    my choice is elliot goldenthal by far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bri-Man View Post
    i'm very curious about this as well, in fact, i made a poll some time ago to that affect- http://www.he-man.org/forums/boards/...95#post3237095

    my choice is elliot goldenthal by far.
    I could see that working.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MykEdwards View Post
    As long as it's not dubstep, I'll take practically anything.
    But, considering how awesome and epic some folk metal/viking metal/pirate metal out there can be, I'd love to hear a soundtrack mostly consisting of that stuff. Everyone's going to want sweeping, epic-sounding fully-orchestrated stuff, but I say get a bunch of folk metal bands and let 'em rip. But still, no dubstep.
    Agreed. Loreena McKennitt and Iron Maiden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eternian-King Paul View Post
    Agreed. Loreena McKennitt and Iron Maiden.
    Two of my all time favorites. No joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MykEdwards View Post
    Everyone's going to want sweeping, epic-sounding fully-orchestrated stuff
    I am one of those people to an extent but am thinking of more of an industrial Clannad (thinking NIN vs Enya!)

    I absolutely hate it when they ruin a film by throwing in some modern fanboy band which noone remembers in 5 years time and dates the film horribly. A good soundtrack specifically written for the film takes it to a whole new level- but given who the director is I expect we will see some bland 'of the moment' indie rock score.

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    I often find orchestrated music, seems to cover up a movies lack of story, structure and volume.

    Like if a script has been changed 6 times, including on the day of shooting.
    (I can just see them saying, "Don't worry about 'this or that', we'll fix it in editing and put a big symphony in there too, no problem.")

    The best orchestrated music was always a simple song or jingle hidden in layers, or a new big version of the TV show's theme.

    ..a version of the Masters theme in orchestra would be perfect for the center point of two movies, in the final musical sequence of the first, but not for all the musical sequences.


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    Honestly - I wouldn't mind an updated, orchestrated version of the original Filmation cartoon soundtrack... its classic stuff and would sound pretty darned neat orchestrated.

    No John Williams though... it would sound like *every other John Williams score ever composed!!!*.

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    This is the best I could find.

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    Hans Zimmer!
    That said. HOLY CRAP THAT IS AWESOME MUSIC!!
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