Thanks for this! I wasn't familiar with Alberto Iglesias, and Tinker Tailor's soundtrack is amazingly beautiful! Love the mix on this as well. The drum sound reminds me of ECM records.I buy nothing but Alberto Iglesias these days. Without ever having seen a film he scored, except for "Tinker Tailor" and "La Moine". But I quickly discovered that I simply have to have everything the man has ever released, from his earliest ("La Camarera Del Titanic" is the earliest I can find) to his most recent ("The Two Faces Of January").
There's plenty of phenomally good composers at work in films these days, but at the moment ― and it's a moment which started three years ago, with "Tinker Tailor", and I don't see it ending anytime soon ― Iglesias excites, enchants and impresses me most of all, and by some distance. Supremely talented musician.
1 + for John Powell's How To Train Your Dragon 1 & 2 and Hans Zimmer's Interstellar. I also love the Kung Fu Panda 1 & 2 scores (Hans Zimmer + John Powell). And Thomas Bergersen's Sun album is outstanding!
And here is a hidden trailer music masterwork: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mV3mL6FzfLM[/quote
"Two Steps From Heaven" is outstanding as well. Especially if you love old school type heroic themes.
TL;DR, so I don't know if these were already mentioned, but soundtracks to The Fountain (an all-time fav for me), Requiem For A Dream, and more recently Black Swan.Could you guys recommend some Clint Mansell to listen to, particularly his more hybrid things ? Thank you.
Bought this a couple of days ago based on this post and all I can say is... WOW! What an incredible score, each track better than the previous. You want fucking epic? THIS is fucking EPIC! :lol:Michael Giacchino - Jupiter Ascending.
Thread necromancy to give this a +1. I just finished this game, and agree that the soundtrack is really quite good. Excellent use of themes and development through the course of the game.Thought i'd mention a game i really loved.
Ori and the blind forest!