Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by SilverOptimus, Jun 18, 2014.
News Post: Steve Jablonsky Talks About Transformers 4 Age Of Extinction Score
Love LovE LOVE Steve Jablonsky's Score. Best thing about Bayformers, no doubt about it.
Cool. Can't wait for the score to release!
Is there a release date for the score, yet? I can't wait to hear it.
Fun interview! I always feel something from listening to your scores, Mr. Jablonsky. I know this one won't be any different.
I can't wait to own the new score! I'm just about as excited to hear it as to see the movie.
Come onnnnnn Score release date at least please.
Cant wait to have my disappointments set for sure when I can hear the full thing. Working with generic musicians such as ID can never result in anything good.
Can't wait for the score release. Anyone check iTunes? You can see upcoming releases by week... (I can't check until tonight).
Pretty much this. Jablonsky is the man.
Just checked, Nothing.
We really should be seeing the score on Amazon at this point... or at least snippets being released online. I remember listening to 'N.E.S.T' about two or three weeks before the release of ROTF. I mean we're only about a week away from release and we don't even have score titles yet...
Either way, if anyone does know the release - let us know? The score of these movies has always been exceptional :3
Steve Jablonsky....this man deserves so much more recognition and respect, he truly is an phenomenal composer.
His scores were good until he started trying to work the soundtrack aspects into it. He should stick with creating his own themes - they really work better than the rock themes which are extremely generic.
Also, don't expect a score to release - these aren't seen as films but ways to make money off of simpletons. Thus we'll probably get a soundtrack loaded with songs from Brookfield Zoo and Surmise Griffons instead.
Thank you for your hatrobution, Go Away.
Only a "simpleton" would say something like this.
The scores have always been released and done well.
You're looking forward to a disappointment, eh? SMHA.
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