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Man Of Steel: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Limited Deluxe Edition) [Soundtrack]
Man Of Steel: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Limited Deluxe Edition) [Soundtrack]
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5.0 out of 5 stars Man of steel kicks you in the nuts!, 11 Dec 2013
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Having known Hans Zimmer for many years, and loving his score for films like Gladiator, Man of steel really is gold. Any soundtrack lover will certainly dig this, as listening to the movie you actually see the film.
Add to that a score which goes from dreamy to rock style (12 drummers aligned...) you will surely love this material. Listen to Terraforming (track 8 CD 1), it's the example of this combination. Moreover, if you recall that scene from the movie, this will bring back some memories.


On The Groove Train, Vol. 1, 1975 - 1993
On The Groove Train, Vol. 1, 1975 - 1993
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5.0 out of 5 stars Get on the funk train! Woo-Hoo!, 6 Dec 2012
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Having received a copy of this album 1 week ago, I have been pleasantly surprised with this album.
From a musical standpoint, Moroder floats in many directions.

This isn't only pure disco, in some instances, it has an edge of country / folk (Keith Forsey, track 4 Take me to the pilot, CD2), and edge of (power)rock, straight from the eighties (Keith Forsey, track 6 Dynamite, CD2).

The Munich Machine material on disc 1 is typical Moroder work, once again proving what a great musician he is, and also leading to the soundtrack material he has done afterwards.

The work of Marsha Hunt and Suzi Lane is the classic disco I'd expected to be on the album. Some great material here. Love the B-side version of Suzi Lane's Ooh la la, track 12 CD1.

Overall a great compilation to have, already looking forward to volume 2.


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