Would you want a new theme for the sequel?

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  1. AutobotMarine

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    Just a question, to those who hated Mutemath's TF theme, which I personally thought to suck. Should the TF sequel have a different theme from the first? I was thinking of something of something very reminisent to the '07 movie with a Cybertron-theme like beat. Just with different singers, but honestly; anything's better than the first TF movie theme!
     
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    I'd like an epic orchestrated version of the G1 theme.

    No vocals.

    No bands.
     
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    Technically the movie already has a main theme - the Autobot theme music heard at various parts of the film. Assuming Steve Jablonsky continues composing TF or Hans Zimmer takes over, they'll probably continue the major themes heard in the first movie while creating new ones.

    The only orchestrated G1 theme since 1985 is Rick Formosa's in the PS2 Armada game.
     
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    Oooh, would Hans Zimmer take over for the sequels? He helped out on the first one, and I'm sure we all recall the progression from Klaus Badelt to Zimmer in the Pirates trilogy.
     
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