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 Posted:   Nov 28, 2017 - 2:16 AM   
 By:   JThree   (Member)


Guys, I find myself somewhat disgusted that the cues I most would want to listen to on the Thor: Ragnorak and Justice League soundtrack albums won't be on them.

"The Lonely Man," on Thor:Ragnorak which I missed hearing, and I only found out about via the internet is not on the soundtrack. I even missed it while watching the film, and was disappointed that I hadn't even noticed it. It is one of my favorite pieces.

Same goes for John Williams Superman theme that was in the JL film. On my second viewing of the film, I did hear it right when the Man of Steel was resurrected. And I think it showed up briefly later on, but I'm not sure. The cue was played in a rather understated way, as opposed to being played more triumphantly as it does as an overture. How would you audiophiles describe it? Was it played by trumpets? I'm not sure.

As for Danny Elfman's Batman theme, I caught it twice when the Dark Knight made a big entrance, but was it included in the soundtrack?

Lastly, Eflman included a "Krypton" theme from the Man of Steel film, but where did it show up in the film?

It's sad that those cues won't be included in the soundtrack. I would have liked to hear them more as they were "snuck in" to the movies.

===jthree

 
 Posted:   Nov 28, 2017 - 6:31 AM   
 By:   Louis Latzer   (Member)

As far as the "Superman" theme, you'll find it in the cue "Friends and Foes", which is the fight between Superman and the League. Just don't expect the full, heroic Williams take, because this was a much darker sequence.

 
 Posted:   Nov 28, 2017 - 6:34 AM   
 By:   Louis Latzer   (Member)

The SUPERMAN theme is in the cue "Friends and Foes", when Superman fights the League right after he is "reborn". But this is a dark sequence, so the theme is not in its full, heroic Williams form.

 
 Posted:   Nov 28, 2017 - 6:58 AM   
 By:   SBD   (Member)

Same goes for John Williams Superman theme that was in the JL film. On my second viewing of the film, I did hear it right when the Man of Steel was resurrected. And I think it showed up briefly later on, but I'm not sure. The cue was played in a rather understated way, as opposed to being played more triumphantly as it does as an overture. How would you audiophiles describe it? Was it played by trumpets? I'm not sure.

It does show up in "The Final Battle".

As for Danny Elfman's Batman theme, I caught it twice when the Dark Knight made a big entrance, but was it included in the soundtrack?

"Batman on the Roof", "The Final Battle", "Then There Were Three" and "Anti-Hero's Theme".

Lastly, Eflman included a "Krypton" theme from the Man of Steel film, but where did it show up in the film?

===jthree


IIRC, the scene where the team visits the Kryptonian ship to figure out how to resurrect Superman. Pretty sure that was tracked in.

 
 
 Posted:   Nov 29, 2017 - 10:00 AM   
 By:   JThree   (Member)

The SUPERMAN theme is in the cue "Friends and Foes", when Superman fights the League right after he is "reborn". But this is a dark sequence, so the theme is not in its full, heroic Williams form.

Did it appear anywhere else?

--jthree

 
 
 Posted:   Nov 29, 2017 - 10:00 AM   
 By:   JThree   (Member)

The SUPERMAN theme is in the cue "Friends and Foes", when Superman fights the League right after he is "reborn". But this is a dark sequence, so the theme is not in its full, heroic Williams form.

Did it appear anywhere else?

--jthree

 
 
 Posted:   Nov 29, 2017 - 10:56 AM   
 By:   TJ   (Member)

The SUPERMAN theme is in the cue "Friends and Foes", when Superman fights the League right after he is "reborn". But this is a dark sequence, so the theme is not in its full, heroic Williams form.

Did it appear anywhere else?

--jthree


As someone else mentioned, there's a snippet of it in "The Final Battle".

 
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