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The minute score, released by Warner Bros. The app has two modes -- autopiliot and manual. Manual is more self-explanatory, turning the app into one dedicated solely to music. The app is free, but to get access to all of its available music, one will have to make a couple in-app purchases. Musically, Gotham City is a murky, bass-heavy world, one full of rhythmically minimalist symphonic strikes and notes stretched thin for maximum tension. The full suites formed the basis for all the music heard in the film and collected on the soundtrack.
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Write your own comment here in english please This zone is only to post comment, not to ask for CD downloading, copying or trading! Each comment can be possibly edited or deleted to ensure it is suitable for public presentation. Hello, does anyone know the name of the song played during scene in which Alfred and Bruce discuss rumors about bane in the batcave? Thanks in advance. Could somebody tell me in what cues JNH's themes appear on album?
In case you missed the news, Empire Online , as part of its lead-up to " The Dark Knight Rises ," is currently streaming Hans Zimmer's score in its entirety. No more previews or second snippets, this is the whole thing. We've gone through the score track by track to give you the breakdown you need to make it through until July Any soundtrack to a Christopher Nolan Batman film must start with the swooshing. Here, Zimmer delivers with the swooshing plus the icy beginnings of the new score that we heard playing over the logo from the prologue.
The soundtrack was released on July 15, , in three editions: CD , limited edition CD digipak , and digital download. A limited edition gram vinyl LP was released on August 12, Zimmer originally said the main Batman theme was purposely introduced at the end of Batman Begins , and would be fleshed out in the sequel as the character develops. The Batman theme audible twice early in the film, once towards the end and a final time at the beginning of the end credits creates what Zimmer described as a " red herring ", a kind of musical foreshadowing ,  which was played by a cello. The nine-minute suite for the Joker "Why So Serious" was based around two notes played by electric cello, solo violin, guitars and a string section. Zimmer compared its style to the band Kraftwerk , who come from his native Germany , as well as his work with bands like The Damned.