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Talking all things film, tv, and video game soundtracks. Soundtrack news, reviews, composer interviews.

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Talking all things film, tv, and video game soundtracks. Soundtrack news, reviews, composer interviews.

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A fun, challenging and satisfying show

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This show has been helpful for me to emerse myself into the world of composer music.

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A fun, challenging and satisfying show

By Rodfrost3 - Dec 10 2013
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This show has been helpful for me to emerse myself into the world of composer music.

Awesome!

By scottlemm18 - Jun 04 2012
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I love this podcast! Exactly what I wanted!
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Rank #1: Mission: Impossible - Fallout by Lorne Balfe (Ep. 113)

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MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT - the sixth film of the franchise is out and Agent Dane Walker joins Christopher Coleman to breakdown their thoughts about Christopher McQuarrie's follow up to "Rogue Nation" and composer Lorne Balfe's original score. They discuss the drastic tonal shift in the film and the associated score and whether they thought that shift was pulled off successfully. The two also discuss their picks for the most memorable musical moments from the film and in the soundtrack release. Lastly, they each reveal their new rankings of both the films and the Mission: Impossible scores to date.

Episode Highlights

00:00 - Mission: Introduction

02:06 - What's this all about?

05:03 - Our History of the Impossible

08:12 - No Kraemer. No problem?

11:35 - Film reaction: Likes and Dislikes (No Spoilers)

25:04 - Does the Score Fit? (No Spoilers)

32:08 - The Tone (SPOILERS)

39:47 - Villains and the Truly Impossible (SPOILERS)

54:52 - Stand our music in the film and on the soundtrack (SPOILERS)

63:18 - Film and Soundtrack Rankings


Music Selections

00:00 - "Mission Accomplished" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

02:10 - "Stairs and Rooftops" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

24:39 - "Free Fall" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

31:39 - "Your Mission" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

39:22 - "Escape Through Paris" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

53:36 - "The Last Resort" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

55:08 - "A Storm is Coming" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

56:29 - "Free Fall" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

58:39 - "Free Fall" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

59:42 - "Change of Plan" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

63:32 - "The Syndicate" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

85:39 - "Fallout" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe


Notes:

Soundtrack Dreams Review

Movie Wave Review


Find and Follow:

Follow Dane Walker on Twitter - @maestrodane

Follow The Soundcast on Twitter - @audiosoundcast

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Follow Christopher Coleman on Twitter - @ccoleman


Spotify: 

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Aug 01 2018
1 hour 27 mins
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Rank #2: Ralph Breaks the Internet by Henry Jackman (Ep. 124)

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Kristen Romanelli, Dane Walker and Christopher Coleman review Henry Jackman's score for the latest Walt Disney animated feature film, RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET. The dive into their thoughts about the first WRECK-IT RALPH film and then react to this new entry (into the franchise?). They explore the film and then Jackman's inventive original score. Also included is an extensive listener-feedback segment where they address questions about the popularity of THE PHANTOM THREAD score and possibilities for the upcoming live-action, Netflix series AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER. Lastly, don't miss the BONUS track after the credits where they dive into spoilerific talk about Ralph Breaks the Internet.


Episode Highlights

03:20 - "Listener feedback: Phantom Thread and The Airbender"

21:10 - "What did we think of Wreck-It Ralph?"

24:44 - "Reaction to film (no spoilers)"

30:15 - "Reaction to the score (no spoilers)"

33:24 - "Stand out tracks (Spoilers!)"

44:00 - "Final thoughts (Spoilers!)"

52:30 - "Bonus: Spoiler Talk")


Music Selections (Support these artists (and us) by buying these tracks from Amazon.)

00:01- "Best Friends" (Ralph Breaks the Internet) by Henry Jackman

05:34- "The Phantom Thread III" (The Phantom Thread) by Jonny Greenwood

20:54 - "The Internet" (Ralph Breaks the Internet) by Henry Jackman

30:00 - "BuzzzTube" (Ralph Breaks the Internet) by Henry Jackman

32:44 - "Site Seeing" (Ralph Breaks the Internet) by Henry Jackman

33:45 - "Shank" (Ralph Breaks the Internet) by Henry Jackman

34:37 - "A Place Called Slaughter Race" (Ralph Breaks the Internet) by Henry Jackman

37:38 - "The Internet" (Ralph Breaks the Internet) by Henry Jackman

40:04 - "The Circuit Breaker" (Ralph Breaks the Internet) by Henry Jackman

41:10 - "Hangin' Out" (Ralph Breaks the Internet) by Henry Jackman

42:02 - "Vanellope's March" (Ralph Breaks the Internet) by Henry Jackman

51:33 - "Comfort Zone" (Ralph Breaks the Internet) by Henry Jackman


Notes:

Rotten Tomatoes

Box Office Mojo


Find and Follow:

Follow Erik Woods on Twitter - @cinsoundradio

Follow Kristen Romanelli on Twitter - @kbfornow

Follow Dane Walker on Twitter - @maestrodane

Follow The Soundcast on Twitter - @audiosoundcast

Follow Tracksounds on Twitter - @tracksounds

Follow Christopher Coleman on Twitter - @ccoleman


Spotify: 

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Dec 13 2018
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Rank #3: Losing Jóhann Jóhannsson - Soundcast Stereo (Ep. 24)

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On Friday, February 9, 2018, composer Jóhann Jóhannsson was found dead in his Berlin apartment. Kristen Romanelli and Christopher Coleman take a few moment to reflect on Jóhannsson's career and share some of their favorite pieces from the composer's ouevre. Lastly, we share some of the tweets from his composer colleagues that were posted on Saturday, February 10, 2018 - the day the tragic news broke.


Episode Highlights

01:05 - Rolling Stone article

04:07 - Reacting to the tragic news.

10:54 - First contact with Jóhannsson's music

16:23 - Favorite Pieces - "Heptapod B" (Arrival)

19:15 - Favorite Pieces - "Flight from the City (Orphée)

22:46 - Favorite Pieces - "Virðulegu forsetar"

25:57 - "Domestic Pressures" (The Theory of Everything)


Music Selections

00:00 - "The Theory of Everything" (The Theory of Everything) by Jóhann Jóhannsson

11:03 - "Prisoners" (Prisoners) by Jóhann Jóhannsson

13:34 - "The Sun's Gone Dim and the Sky's Turned Black" (IBM 1401) by Jóhann Jóhannsson

18:03 - "Heptapod B" (Arrival) by Jóhann Jóhannsson

21:06 - "Flight from the City" (Orphée) by Jóhann Jóhannsson

25:05 - "Virðulegu forsetar" (Virðulegu forsetar) by Jóhann Jóhannsson

28:51 - "Domestic Pressures" (The Theory of Everything) by Jóhann Jóhannsson

35:53 - "The Theory of Everything" (The Theory of Everything) by Jóhann Jóhannsson


Notes:

"Johann Johannsson, Oscar-Nominated 'Sicario' Composer, Dead at 48" - Rolling Stone Magazine


Find and Follow:

Follow Kristen Romanelli on Twitter - @kbfornow

Follow The Soundcast on Twitter - @audiosoundcast

Follow Tracksounds on Twitter - @tracksounds

Follow Christopher Coleman on Twitter - @ccoleman


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The official podcast of Tracksounds.com, The SoundCast is hosted by Christopher Coleman and features reviews and discussions centered around film, TV, and video game soundtracks. Special edition episodes include interviews with composers and other industry professionals.

The Soundcast Stereo is co-hosted by Christopher Coleman and Erik Woods (Cinematic Sound Radio). Each episode is a 30 minute (ish), two channel conversation about the world of film, television, and video game music.

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Rank #4: Interview - Lorne Balfe (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) (Ep. 114)

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LORNE BALFE, composer of the original score to MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT, talks about why he thinks it is important to engage with fans about his work on social media. He also opens up: on what the challenges are when taking the musical-reigns of an existing movie-franchise, about what Tom Cruise had to say about his original score, and finally, on something that no one knew (until now) about his experience of scoring the sixth entry into the Mission: Impossible franchise.


Episode Highlights

02:02 - The social media experience

05:51 - Taking over a franchise

09:34 - Create themes or adapt themes?

15:43 - Size matters?

20:59 - Remixin' Impossible

22:55 - That's what Tom said

25:38 - Missing tracks?

29:23 - Something no one knows


Music Selections

00:00 - "Escape Through Paris" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

08:18 - "Mission Accomplished" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

15:50 - "A Storm is Coming" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

20:29 - "Mission: Impossible Theme Remix" by Future Funk Squad

25:40 - "Change of Plan" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

25:35 - "The Syndicate" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe

35:50 - "The White Widow" (Mission: Impossible - Fallout) by Lorne Balfe


Notes:

Lorne Balfe - Official Website


Find and Follow:

Followe Lorne Balfe on Twitter - @lornebalfe

Follow The Soundcast on Twitter - @audiosoundcast

Follow Tracksounds on Twitter - @tracksounds

Follow Christopher Coleman on Twitter - @ccoleman


Spotify: 

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Aug 11 2018
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Rank #5: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse (Ep. 128)

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There's a new verse to be explored! Erik Woods, Dane Walker, Kristen Romanelli and Christopher Coleman dive headlong into SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE with original score by Daniel Pemberton. As an appetizer, the four first share their reactions to this year's off-kilter, Golden Globe awards program. Once free from that awards-web, they share their thoughts about Sony's stand-out, animated effort and explore Pemberton's unique, hip-hop-infused original score. Each discuss their favorite pieces from the soundtrack and finally insert this latest incarnation of Spidey-films into their own personal Spidey-rankings.


Episode Highlights

02:21 - Golden Globes Hangover

14:03 - Spider-verse - Reaction to the Film

26:48 - Spider-verse - Reaction to the score

47:16 - Spider-verse - Favorite Tracks (SPOILERS)

53:44 - Spider-ranks (SPOILERS)


Music Selections (Support these artists (and us) by buying these tracks from Amazon.)

00:00 - "Miles Morales Returns" (Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse) by Daniel Pemberton

13:59 - "Spider-Team Mission" (Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse) by Daniel Pemberton

26:19 - "Catch the S Train" (Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse) by Daniel Pemberton

48:02 - "The Collider" (Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse) by Daniel Pemberton

49:47 - "Visions, Brooklyn 1 2 3" (Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse) by Daniel Pemberton

52:43 - "Saying Goodbye" (Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse) by Daniel Pemberton

70:35 - "Spider-Man Loves You" (Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse) by Daniel Pemberton


Notes:

Rotten Tomatoes

Box Office Mojo


Find and Follow:

Follow Erik Woods on Twitter - @cinsoundradio

Follow Kristen Romanelli on Twitter - @kbfornow

Follow Dane Walker on Twitter - @maestrodane

Follow The Soundcast on Twitter - @audiosoundcast

Follow Tracksounds on Twitter - @tracksounds

Follow Christopher Coleman on Twitter - @ccoleman


Spotify: 

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Rank #6: Aquaman (Ep. 129)

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The Bro of the Sea, AQUAMAN, has taken the world by tsunami! Kristen Romanelli, Dane Walker and Christopher Coleman dive in to discuss James Wan's latest DCEU entry and go trench-deep on Rupert Gregson-Williams original score. In addition to sharing their reactions to the film and score, they discuss some of their favorite tracks from the soundtrack and where the Aquaman score ranks among the previous DCEU entries. And don't miss a special announcement about a new series of episodes coming to the Soundcast in 2019!


Episode Highlights

03:45 - Soundcast Century

09:20 - Aquaman - Film reaction

22:07 - Aquaman - Score reaction

33:28 - Aquaman - Film and score SPOILERS

44:27 - Favorite Aquaman tracks SPOILERS

56:45 - Ranking the DCEU scores SPOILERS


Music Selections (Support these artists (and us) by buying these tracks from Amazon.)

00:00 - "Arthur" (Aquaman) by Rupert Gregson-Williams

08:19 - "Kingdom of Atlantis" (Aquaman) by Rupert Gregson-Williams

21:56 - "The Black Manta" (Aquaman) by Rupert Gregson-Williams

32:49 - "Reunited" (Aquaman) by Rupert Gregson-Williams

44:26 - "Arthur" (Aquaman) by Rupert Gregson-Williams

45:24 - "Atlantean Soldiers" (Aquaman) by Rupert Gregson-Williams

45:43 - "Kingdom of Atlantis" (Aquaman) by Rupert Gregson-Williams

46:40 - "The Legend of Atlan" (Aquaman) by Rupert Gregson-Williams

47:40 - "Swimming Lessons" (Aquaman) by Rupert Gregson-Williams

49:04 - "Map in a Bottle" (Aquaman) by Rupert Gregson-Williams

51:18 - "Between Land and Sea" (Aquaman) by Rupert Gregson-Williams

52:13 - "Trench Engaged (from Kingdom of the Trench)" (Aquaman) by Joseph Bishara

55:10 - "The Black Manta" (Aquaman) by Rupert Gregson-Williams

69:26 - "Reunited" (Aquaman) by Rupert Gregson-Williams


Notes:

AFI Top 25 Scores

Rotten Tomatoes

Box Office Mojo


Find and Follow:

Follow Kristen Romanelli on Twitter - @kbfornow

Follow Dane Walker on Twitter - @maestrodane

Follow The Soundcast on Twitter - @audiosoundcast

Follow Tracksounds on Twitter - @tracksounds

Follow Christopher Coleman on Twitter - @ccoleman


Spotify: 

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Rank #7: Incredibles 2 by Michael Giacchino (Ep. 110)

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Will Brueggamann (The Underscore Podcast), Kristen Romanelli, and Christopher Coleman return to Metroville to discuss Michael Giacchino's original score for one of Pixar's most anticipated sequels - INCREDIBLES 2! To start, they quickly share their deepest, heartfelt, emotional reactions to the Pixar short, BAO. Next, they jump into the Incredibles 2 by talking through the highs and lows about the film itself, and then how well Giacchino's original score works within the film. They also share their reaction to the numerous "bonus tracks" on the soundtrack, the "Incredits 2" track, and finally what their respective pitches would be for an Incredibles 3!


Episode Highlights

00:00 - Incredintro

02:39 - The Incredibles 2

04:26 - Bao

11:43 - General film reaction

18:24 - General score reaction

24:11 - Problems in the film (SPOILERS)

42:23 - How well does the score work in context? (SPOILERS)

45:49 - Themes (SPOILERS)

52:17 - Bonus themes (SPOILERS)

60:17 - Final Thoughts (SPOILERS)

64:13 - Pitching Incredibles 3 (SPOILERS)


Music Selections

00:00 - "Incredits 2" (Incredibles 2) by Michael Giacchino

11:03 - "Episode 2" (Incredibles 2) by Michael Giacchino

18:25 - "Elastigirl is Back" (Incredibles 2) by Michael Giacchino

42:20 - "A Dash of Reality" (Incredibles 2) by Michael Giacchino

45:19 - "Diggin' the New Digs" (Incredibles 2) by Michael Giacchino

50:43 - "Consider Yourselves Undermined" (Incredibles 2) by Michael Giacchino

53:05 - "Chill or be Chilled - Frozone's Theme" (Incredibles 2) by Michael Giacchino

52:47 - "Pow Pow Pow - Mr. Incredibles Theme" (Incredibles 2) by Michael Giacchino

54:23 - "Chicken in the Pot" (Solo - A Star Wars Story) by John Powell

68:06 - "Happily After-Deavor" (Incredibles 2) by Michael Giacchino


Notes:

Incredibles 2 by Michael Giacchino (Soundtrack Dreams Review)


Find and Follow:

Follow Will Brueggamann on Twitter - @underscore_show

Follow Kristen Romanelli on Twitter - @kbfornow

Follow The Soundcast on Twitter - @audiosoundcast

Follow Tracksounds on Twitter - @tracksounds

Follow Christopher Coleman on Twitter - @ccoleman


Spotify: 

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Rank #8: Episode #27 - Super 8 with guest Sascha Dikiciyan

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Episode 27 - Super 8

Composer Sascha Dikiciyan joins Tom Hoover and Christopher Coleman to talk JJ Abrams latest project SUPER 8. Beyond the movie, they dive headlong into the Michael Giacchino's score for the film.
Episode Highlights

00:30 — Introduction and welcome
03:30 — What we've been listening to
12:39 — Twitter question: What is your fave X-Men score to date?
15:51 — Super 8 general reaction (no spoilers)
23:45 — Super 8 spoiler talk
36:44 — Super 8 score talk
41:40 — Reviewing scores on soundtrack versus in context
Music Clips (Select music clips contained in this podcast)
00:00 — "Through the Window" (Cocoon) by James Horner
03:45 — "Mater the Waiter" (Cars 2) by Michael Giacchino
04:32 — "Napoleon Boneparte" (Napoleon: Total War) by Richard Beddow et al
05:35 — "DC Showcase Main Title" (DC Showcase) by The Track Team
06:08 — "quayside synthesis" (Hanna) by The Chemical Brothers
08:12 — "Theme from SOCOM 4" (Socom 4) by Bear McCreary
12:08 — "First Class" (X-Men: First Class) by Henry Jackman
14:52 — "Logan And Rogue" (X-Men) by Michael Kamen
27:10 — "Cloverfield - Roar!" (100 Greatest Themes Take 2) by Michael Giacchino
38:56 — "The Magic Of Halloween" (E.T. The Extra-terestrial) by John Williams
43:52 — "Medal of Honor- Airborne (End Credits)" (Medal of Honor: Airborne) by Michael Giacchino
44:55 — "Through the Window" (Cocoon) by James Horner
53:37 — "Through the Window" (Cocoon) by James Horner

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Rank #9: The First Soundcast Awards (Ep. 134)

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The inaugural Soundcast Awards are here! This is unlike any awards show you've ever seen ... or at least have listened to! Not only will you hear all of the soundtrack nominees from 2018, but you'll hear the winner of each of the eleven categories decided before your very ears! Join Kristen Romanelli, Dane Walker and Christopher Coleman in celebrating the winners and whining about the not-so-winners in each category. As a bonus, at the very end, each co-host will reveal their personal-winner-picks for each category.

Episode Highlights

04:47 - Breakout Composer of the Year

10:33 - Best Score - Comedy

17:07 - Best Score - Action/Adventure

23:01 - Best Score - Drama

29:09 - Best Score - Animated Feature

36:20 - Best Score - Sci-Fi/Horror/Fantasy

42:43 - Best Score - Television

47:30 - Best Score - Video Game

55:01 - Composition of the Year

64:52 - Film Score of the Year

71:36 - Composer of the Year

78:51 - Our Personal Picks


Music Selections 

00:00 - "Hooray for Burbank" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra

01:01 - "Awards Night" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra

04:47 - "Triumphant Tag" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra

09:17 - "Mary Shelley" (Mary Shelley) by Amelia Warner

10:33 - "Notable Fanfare" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra

16:11 - "End Title Suite" (Mary Poppins Returns) by Marc Shaiman

17:07 - "Celebrity Affair" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra

22:28 - "The Suite at the El Royale" (Bad Night at the El Royale) by Michael Giacchino

23:01 - "Prestigious Play On" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra

27:53 - "Simon and Blue" (Love Simon) by Rob Simonsen

29:09 - "Main Event" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra

35:24 - "Spider-Man Loves You" (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse) by Daniel Pemberton

36:20 - "Triumphant Tag" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra

41:43 - "Wakanda Originas" (Black Panther) Ludwig Goransson

42:43 - "Notable Fanfare" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra

46:57 - "Main Titles" (Lost in Space) by Christopher Lennertz

47:30 - "Main Event" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra

54:10 - "Spider-Man" (Spider-Man) by John Paesano

55:01 - "Prestigious Play On" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra

64:12 - "Reminiscence Therapy" (Solo: A Star Wars Story) by John Powell

64:52 - "Celebrity Affair" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra

70:51 - "A King's Sunset" (Black Panther) by Ludwig Goransson

71:36 - "Triumphant Tag" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra

76:51 - "Wakanda" (Black Panther) by Ludwig Goransson

105:30 - "Hooray for Burbank" (Hollywood Red Carpet) Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra


Find and Follow:

Follow Dane Walker on Twitter - @maestrodane or on Letterboxd @maestrodane

Follow Kristen Romanelli on Twitter - @kbfornow or on Letterboxd @kbfornow

Follow Christopher Coleman on Twitter - @ccoleman or on Letterboxd @clcoleman

Follow The Soundcast on Twitter - @audiosoundcast

Follow Tracksounds on Twitter - @tracksounds


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Find the Soundcast Six - The Bumpers Playlist here!


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Mar 13 2019
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Rank #10: Soundcast Stereo (Ep 13) - Most Anticipated Film Scores of 2017

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Episode 13 - Most Anticipated Film Scores of 2017

Soundcast Stereo is back and peering into the future! Erik and Christopher run down just which original film scores they are most looking forward to in 2017. They hit all the biggies (well, mostly) but also serve up several film scores that may be flying under your radar. Dive into this double-sized episode for an early look at what 2017 holds for us.
Episode Highlights

00:04 - Intro & The Rules of Anticipation
03:45 - The "Big" Ones
28:29 - Sleeper scores
46:04 - Honorable Mentions
55:42 - What we are NOT Anticipating
Music Selections

00:00 - "Fists of Glory" (Eddie the Eagle) by Matthew Margeson
60:00 - "Press Montage" (Eddie the Eagle) by Matthew Margeson
Notes:

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Follow Christopher Coleman on Twitter.
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Rank #11: Soundcast Stereo - Listener Reaction Ep. 3

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Listener Reaction #3 - Composer Dominance

When listeners turn into commentors, the Soundcast Stereo is at its best. In this third listener reaction show, Christopher and Eric take four recent responses to episode 15 "Composer Dominance." Don't miss out on these interesting takes on King Giacchino, the Mount Rushmore of Composers, Dominance or Prominence, and how Williams and Zimmer are the same!
Episode Highlights
00:08 - Intro and The Return of the Reaction
02:50 - The Crowing of Giacchino - Thomas Midena
10:55 - Your Mount Rushmore of Composers - IsaacAda1
16:00 - Dominance = Quantity or Prominence - Ben Whiting
20:28 - Williams? Zimmer? Overused? What about Desplat? - Tiffany Curley Cello Mama
Music Selections

00:00 - "The Adventure Continues" (The Adventures of Tin Tin) by John Williams
59:04 - "It's a Helluva Chase" (Jupiter Ascending) by Michael Giacchino
Notes:

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Rank #12: Ep. 25 - Thor and Patrick Doyle

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Thor and Patrick Doyle
Recorded May 12, 2011
Published May 13, 2011

THOR and the music of Patrick Doyle are the central topics for Marius, Tom, Helen, and Christopher for milestone episode 25 of the Soundcast.

Episode Highlights

00:45 — Introduction
03:51 — What we have been listening to
15:27 — How you can support The SoundCast
18:08 — Thor - the movie
25:03 — The score on CD
38:37 — Thor subdued?
38:01 — Thor and the Globet of Fire
42:26 — Has Thor been Remoted Controlled?
51:17 — How did Brian Tyler get in here?
57:27 — Top Patrick Doyle Scores
67:08 — Our own post-credits tease...
Music Clips (Select music clips contained in this podcast)
00:00 — "Main Theme" (The Mighty Thor [1966]) by unknown
00:18 — "Thor Kills the Destroyer" (Thor) by Patrick Doyle
04:00 — "A Forceful Intelligence" (Doctor Who Series 4) by Murray Gold
06:00 — "Half pint boards" (Soul Surfer) by Marco Beltrami
06:37 — "New York" (Crysis 2) by Borislav Slavov
08:28 — "Fast Five" (Fast Five) by Brian Tyler
10:00 — "Priest" (Priest) by Christopher Young
12:44 — "A New Hope" (Age of Heroes) by Richard Michael Plowman
14:00 — "Ancient China- Story of Shen" (Kung Fu Panda 2) Hans Zimmer and John Powell
17:29 — "Frost Giant Battle" (Thor) by Patrick Doyle
24:35 — "A New King" (Thor) by Patrick Doyle
35:34 — "Forgive Me" (Thor) by Patrick Doyle
38:01 — "The Story Continues" (Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire) by Patrick Doyle
40:23 — "Detonators" (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1) by Alexandre Desplat
41:46 — "Hammer Found" (Thor) by Patrick Doyle
43:31 — "Eistein's Wrong" (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen) by Steve Jablonsky
44:37 — "Earth to Asgard" (Thor) by Patrick Doyle
46:44 — "Setting The Trap" (Outlander) by Geoff Zanelli
56:46 — "The Thunder Storm" (Indochine) by Patrick Doyle
57:58 — "The Road to China" (Indochine) by Patrick Doyle
59:33 — "Estella's Theme" (Great Expectations) by Patrick Doyle
61:42 — "Eragon" (Eragon) by Patrick Doyle
65:05 — "To Jotunheim" (Thor) by Patrick Doyle
67:08 — "Title Theme" (Captain America [1966]) by unknown
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May 14 2011
1 hour 7 mins
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Rank #13: Interview: Kathryn Bostic [Clemency, Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am] (Ep. 132)

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Composer Kathryn Bostic talks with Kristen Romanelli about two of her recent score-projects: "Clemency," directed by Chinonye Chukwu, which was screened at the Sundance Film Festival, and the documentary, "Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am," directed by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, which also played at Sundance in 2019. Bostic also talks about her long history with Sundance outside of the festival and her recent experience as the Film Scoring Artist in Residence at the Berklee College of Music.


Episode Highlights

01:20 - On being the Berklee Film Scoring Artist in residence

02:45 - On her history with Sundance

04:01 - On scoring "Clemency"

08:25 - On scoring "Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am"

13:44 - On what's next


Music Selections 

00:00 - "Love Theme" (Dear White People) by Kathryn Bostic

08:25 - Track (Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am) by Kathryn Bostic

14:50 - "House Elections" (Dear White People) by Kathryn Bostic


Notes:

Read the full composer interviews on FSM Online (Subscription Required)

Kathryn Bostic's Official Site


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Rank #14: The Zimmer Zone - Soundcast Six Vol. 12 (Ep. 120)

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Hans Zimmer joins Harold Faltermeyer, while Kristen Romanelli, Dane Walker and Christopher Coleman form up to discuss the Top Gun sequel choosing to ride into "The Zimmer Zone." In addition, they discuss John Williams' cancellation of upcoming concerts in Europe, the recent Letterboxd poll ranking the users' favorite film scores, the changing of the guard as Martin Phipps on scoring duties for The Crown, the return of Avatar: The Last Airbender as a live-action series on Netflix along with composer Jeremy Zuckerman, and (in case you wanted more Zimmer and Williams talk) the results of the recent poll asking who had the greater impact on the film music genre Hans Zimmer or John Williams.


Episode Highlights

03:03 - Another Big Announcement

07:03 - #1 - The Zimmer Zone - Top Gun 2 - Maverick

18:06 - #2 - John Williams Concert Cancellations

25:17 - #3 - The Perfect Score - Letterboxd

41:32 - #4 - My County Season 3 - The Crown

49:41 - #5 - Avatar: The Live-Action Airbender with Jeremy Zuckerman

60:18 - #6 - Willams or Zimmer: Who has had the greatest impact?


Music Selections (Support these artists (and us) by buying these tracks from Amazon.)

00:00 - "Top Gun Anthem (The Intro) - by Harold Faltermeyer https://amzn.to/2DjilV0

06:42 - "Take My Breath Away (Instrumental Cover) - by The Instrumental Pan Pipes Band https://amzn.to/2JxZSUK

17:40 -"Please Get Well" by Mr. Kim Webster https://amzn.to/2RuDKgN

24:47 - "Vote Vote Vote" by Blazer Fresh https://amzn.to/2Qbas6x

41:12 - "God Save the Queen (Dance Remix) by DJ Patriot https://amzn.to/2CYvrWI

49:26 - "Naruto vs. Aang Rap Battle by The Infinite Source https://amzn.to/2Jy0DNA

59:42 - "Vote" (Crazy Rich Asians) by Miguel https://amzn.to/2RzvUmj

68:12 -  "Vote" (Crazy Rich Asians) by Miguel https://amzn.to/2RzvUmj


Notes:

Hans Zimmer on Top Gun 2 - ScreenRant

John Williams Cancellations in EU

Letterboxd - The Perfect Score poll

Martin Phipps scoring THE CROWN (S3)

The Last Airbender Live Action with Jeremy Zuckerman returning

Williams v Zimmer - most impact Twitter-poll


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Rank #15: SoundCast Interview: Brian Tyler (Fast Five, Transformers Prime)

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Composer Brian Tyler talks about his latest effort for FAST FIVE, TRANSFORMERS PRIME. He shares about how he came to work with director Justin Lin, his treatment of the Hawaii Five-0 original theme, what superhero he'd most like to write a score for, and what he has coming in the near future.

Episode Highlights

00:34 — Introduction and welcome
03:00 — Meeting and working with director Justin Lin
06:56 — A new main theme and musical progression for the franchise...
18:08 — Musical progression within the franchise
14:10 — One upping yourself
16:00 — Twitter questions #1 "Which is more difficult drumming or conducting?"
20:23 — Hawaii Five-0
26:23 - Talking Transformers Prime
31:03 - What can a fan do to help get a score released?
32:30 - Twitter question #2 "Where you inspired by Steve Jablonsky's music for Transformers?"
37:16 — What superhero film would you like to score?
44:19 — Final Destination 5 and Expendibles 2 and more upcoming scores

Music Clips (Select music clips contained in this podcast)
00:00 — "Fast Five" (Fast Five) by Brian Tyler
06:06 — "The Perfect Crew" (Fast Five) by Brian Tyler
13:50 — "Cheeky Bits" (Fast Five) by Brian Tyler
25:53 — "Transformers Prime" (Transformers Prime) by Brian Tyler
34:20 — "Lego Universe Coda" (Lego Universe) by Brian Tyler
36:55 — "The Touch" (Transformers: The Movie) by Stan Bush
46:36 — "Remote Intel" Fast Five) by Brian Tyler
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May 20 2011
47 mins
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Rank #16: Hans Zimmer at World's End? - Soundcast Stereo (32nd Edition)

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While doing press for his upcoming score for the BBC series: "One Planet, Seven Worlds," composer Hans Zimmer said that humanity is "slithering" its way to destruction ... via climate change. Dane and Christopher talk about the surprising comment itself, but also the context around hist statement. Does he really think making such statement could cost his career? Was it a sly marketing move? Should composer be more outspoken on such matters? Listen to the 32nd edition of the Soundcast Stereo and then let us know what you think!


Episode Highlights

01:37 - Everybody's slitherin'

04:48 - Ever heard this?

08:47 - Should composers be more outspoken?

14:54 - Ruined?

18:47 - Clever marketing?

22:32 - Will there be any real impact?


Music Selections

00:00 - "Up is Down" (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End) by Hans Zimmer

31:58 - "Drink Up Me Hearties" (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End) by Hans Zimmer


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Notes:

"Hans Zimmer: We are slithering towards the last days of humanity" - Independent.ie


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Rank #17: Interview: Rupert Gregson-Williams (Aquaman) Theodore Shapiro (Destroyer) Nitin Sawhney (Mowgli)

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This triple-interview-episode features Kristen Romanelli's conversations with the composers for three major movie releases from December of 2018: AQUAMAN'S Rupert Gregson-Williams, DESTROYER's Theodore Shapiro and MOWGLI's Nitin Sawhney! You'll dive deep into the stories and motivations behind each score as well as the intricate, specific techniques employed by each composer for each of these very different film projects.


Episode Highlights

01:11 - Theodore Shapiro (Destroyer)

14:36 - Nitin Sawhney (Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle)

35:00 - Rupert Gregson-Williams (Aquaman)


Music Selections 

00:00 Destroyer - The Calling Card by Theodore Shapiro

02:21 Destroyer - DUI by Theodore Shapiro

04:27 Destroyer - Hungry Little Mutt by Theodore Shapiro

08:04 Destroyer - Taz by Theodore Shapiro

09:48 Destroyer - Full Circle by Theodore Shapiro

11:27 Destroyer - Bank Shootout by Theodore Shapiro

12:18 Destroyer - Bank Job Gone Wrong by Theodore Shapiro

13:53 Destroyer - Chaconne by Theodore Shapiro

14:35 Mowgli - The Wolf Boy by Nitin Sawhney

18:28 Mowgli - Bagheera Finds Mowgli by Nitin Sawhney

20:50 Mowgli - Kaa’s Lair by Nitin Sawhney

21:50 Mowgli - Challenging Khan/The Fight/There’s The Hunter by Nitin Sawhney

22:59 Mowgli - Holi Festival by Nitin Sawhney

24:15 Mowgli - Lori (Lullaby) by Nitin Sawhney

27:05 Mowgli - You Are A Man Cub by Nitin Sawhney

34:29 Mowgli - Changes (feat. Kara Marni) by Nitin Sawhney

34:59 Aquaman - Arthur by Rupert Gregson-Williams

38:03 Aquaman - Black Manta by Rupert Gregson-Williams

40:21 Aquaman - He Commands The Sea by Rupert Gregson-Williams

42:06 Aquaman - Kingdom of Atlantis by Rupert Gregson-Williams

45:20 Aquaman - Reunited by Rupert Gregson-Williams


Notes:

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Rank #18: Soundcast Stere (Ep. 16) - Does Soundtrack Cover Art Matter?

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Episode 16 - Does Soundtrack Cover Art Matter?

Kristen Romanelli of (Film Score Monthly Online) jumps into the "channel 2 seat" to discuss, with Christopher, just how important soundtrack cover art is today (or not). They discuss the cover art for the upcoming release of "The John Williams - Steven Spielberg - The Ultimate Collection and then dive into other "artwork atrocities" from recent memory. Kristen and Christopher grapple with the question whether artwork remains important in this "digital age," and lastly on if there can be "too much" soundtrack artwork attached to a single film.
Episode Highlights
00:04 - Intro & Welcome Back, Kristen
02:49 - Birth of the Question and "Spielliams!"
07:32 - Other Cover Art Atrocities
22:38 - What role does Cover Art Play Today?
31:51 - Too much "Coverage?" - La La Land
40:27 - Wrap up
Music Selections

00:00 - "Summer Montage - Madeline" (La La Land) by Justin Horwitz
41:50 - "Anything Goes" (Indiana Jones & The Temple of Doom) by John Williams
Notes:

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COVER ART - You can find all of the cover art for the titles mentioned at Amazon.

John Willliams - Steve Spielberg: The Ultimate Edition
Hours
50 Shades Darker
Passengers
Manchester by the Sea
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace - The Ultimate Edition
John Wick 2
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The official podcast of Tracksounds.com, The SoundCast is hosted by Christopher Coleman and features reviews and discussions centered around film, TV, and video game soundtracks. Special edition episodes include interviews with composers and other industry professionals.

The Soundcast Stereo is co-hosted by Christopher Coleman and Erik Woods (Cinematic Sound Radio). Each episode is a 30 minute (ish), two channel conversation about the world of film, television, and video game music.
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Rank #19: First Man by Justin Hurwitz (Ep. 119)

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Director Damien Chazelle and composer Justin Hurwitz next collaborative effort, FIRST MAN, has launched into theaters and, while heading to new explorative heights, dives deep into astronaut Neil Armstrong's depressive state. Dane Walker, Kristen Romanelli and Christopher Coleman discuss their expectations and reactions to the hotly-anticipated by some, hotly-controversial to others, film and original score. They talk at length of Hurwitz's use of theremin throughout the score and what his intent in doing so may have been as well as the tracks they consider stand-out efforts. Lastly, the three discuss the film and score's place among films that are centered around the USA's role in the Space Race and how First Man differs from films like: The Right Stuff and Apollo 13.


Episode Highlights

02:32 - About First Man

05:15 - First Man Expectations

08:11 - Reaction to the film

18:44 - Reaction to the score

24:36 - Film and score spoiler discussion

28:48 - Stand out tracks (spoilers)

45:54 - The Space Race genre


Music Selections (Support these artists (and us) by buying these tracks from Amazon.)

00:00 - "Houston" (First Man) by Justin Hurwitz

18:28 - "Armstrong Cabin" (First Man) by Justin Hurwitz

24:05 -"First to Dock" (First Man) by Justin Hurwitz

29:31 - "Lunar Rhapsody" (First Man) by

30:26 - "Whitey on the Moon" (First Man) by

31:01 - "Docking Waltz" (First Man) by Justin Hurwitz

32:13 - "I Ought to be Getting Home/ Plugs Out" (First Man) by Justin Hurwitz

38:31 - "The Armstrongs" (First Man) by Justin Hurwitz

39:55 - "The Landing" (First Man) by Justin Hurwitz

41:16 - "First to Dock" (First Man) by Justin Hurwitz

41:49 - "Spin" (First Man) by Justin Hurwitz

43:04 - "Multi-Task Trainer" (First Man) by Justin Hurwitz

43:43 - "Apollo 11 Launch" (First Man) by Justin Hurwitz

46:58 - "Breaking the Sound Barrier" (The Right Stuff) by Bill Conti

59:13 - "Docking Waltz" (First Man) by Justin Hurwitz


Notes:

Zanoboard's First Man Soundtrack Review

SoundtrackDreams First Man Soundtrack Review


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Rank #20: Zimmer Returns - Soundcast Six Vol. 10 (Ep. 115)

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Four people. Six soundtrack stories. Erik Woods, Kristen Romanelli, Dane Walker and Christopher Coleman congregate to discuss six bits of soundtrack news including: Cinefix's Top 10 Scores, Hook vs Harry Potter poll results, JJ Abrams' new record label, Sarah Schachner and HIldur Gudnadottir's big, new gigs, Bond 25 loses Boyle, and Hans Zimmer returns to superhero films for Wonder Woman: 1984. Don't miss this action-packed episode where Dane sings Hook songs, we explore alternate universes where the greatest director/composer duos take a crack at a Bond film and we find out that Zimmer and superhero films were merely "on a break!"


Episode Highlights

01:43 - The Six

04:16 - #1 - Cinefix's Top 10 Scores

14:51 - #2 - Hook vs HP

26:50 - #3 - JJ's Label

35:30 - #4 - Anthem and The Joker

44:17 - #5 - Boyleless Bond

56:30 - #6 - Zimmer Returns


Music Selections (Support these artists (and us) by buying these tracks from Amazon.)

00:00 - "Wonder Woman Bagpipes" by The Snake Charmer

14:47 - "Harry's Wonderful World (Power Remix)" by Power Music Workout

26:23 - "Sabotage" (Instrumental Covers Of The Beastie Boys) - by White Knight Instrumental

35:14 - "Wonder (Wonder Woman Song)" by The Doubleclicks

44:03 - "Live and Let Die (Instrumental Cover" (Classic Pop (Instrumentals) by F.M. Music

56:09 - "Wonder Woman" (Black Magic Deluxe Version) by Yemi Alade

73:54 - "Wonder Woman" (Black Magic Deluxe Version) by Yemi Alade


Notes:

Cineflix's Top 10 Film Scores of all time

Harry Potter vs Hook poll results

JJ Abrams record label

Sarah Schachner doing Anthem/ Hildur Gudnadottir to score Joker Movie

Bond 25 loses Danny Boyle

Hans Zimmer - Wonder Woman 1984


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