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Hans Zimmer And James Newton HowardThe Dark Knight (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Label:Warner Sunset Records – 511101-1
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Stage & Screen
Style:Modern Classical, Score, Minimal

Tracklist

A1Why So Serious?9:14
A2I'm Not A Hero6:34
B1Harvey Two-Face6:16
B2Aggressive Expansion4:36
B3Always A Catch1:40
B4Blood On My Hands2:16
B5A Little Push2:43
C1Like A Dog Chasing Cars5:03
C2I Am The Batman2:00
C3And I Thought My Jokes Were Bad2:29
C4Agent Of Chaos6:55
C5Introduce A Little Anarchy3:42
D1Watch The World Burn3:48
D2A Dark Knight16:15
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Recorded at Air Lyndhurst, London, UK, Remote Control Productions, Santa Monica, CA, James Newton Howard Studios, Inc., Santa Monica, CA
Mixed at Remote Control Productions
Mastered at Marcussen Mastering Studios
180 gram vinyl

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 9362-49859-7 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): WARNER BROTHERS RECORDS 1-511101 SIDE A 77621E1/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): WARNER BROTHERS RECORDS 1-511101 SIDE B 77621E2/D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): WARNER BROTHERS RECORDS 1-511101 SIDE C 77621E3/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): WARNER BROTHERS RECORDS 1-511101 SIDE D 77621E4/B

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albee213's profile picture
albee213
My pressing came with both LPs having the same label from D sides track listing. A and C are normal. I thought when I first opened it there might have been 2 LP 2 C/D. A and C sides have proper Batman/Joker labels.
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torres.jacob
Edited one year ago
This is a beautiful pressing! The noise floor is incredibly quiet and the dynamic range sounds like it's been remastered for vinyl; either that or Hans Zimmer already masters his songs with dynamic range in mind and I've just never noticed. But this sounds a bit more wide to me on vinyl. The super low noise floor gives the sub-bass synth plenty of room to reverberate in your ears and gives extra character to the quiet parts of the score.

Unfortunately my records came with a bit more warping than I'd like them to have, but it doesn't sound like it's causing much of an issue. A few clicks here and there, which can be due to the dust or the dry climate I'm in right now. Either way I think it should go away with a good wet cleaning. Extra care appears to have been given to the outer sleeve as well, with a nice high resolution print job and a very pleasing glossy finish.

Definitely has my recommendation!
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ezra.alex
This is an absolutely beautiful score. Love to put it on whilst working which is hard to accomplish because the music has become so intrinsically linked with the imagery of the film that I visualise it in my mind. Every time I hear the opening track: 'Why so Serious?' I see the opening shots of Gotham city and the heist. The score is so well constructed you recognise each motif in reference to a character whenever you hear them without fail. This is a must have for any score collector.
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ksatterwhite
Picked this up recently....And man-o-man is it awesome. This is what other film scores wish they become when they grow up.
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IBOLTON
When are they going to reissue this? They reissued "Batman Begins" twice already.