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Pocos veces aparece un artista carismático también capaz de componer bandas sonoras verdaderamente originales y Tyler Bates es esa rara excepción. Desde abandonar su Chicago natal en 1993, la carrera de Tyler va por la vía rápida: ha compuesto la música para cinco películas y en su primer año en Los Angeles formó el grupo de rock Pet.

Antes incluso de firmar con una discográfica, Pet intervino en la banda sonora de El Cuervo: Ciudad De Ángeles con su canción… Más información

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  • John Wicks amazing percussion tracks with electronic sounds. Genius percussion and synths rythmic work there.
  • I know him thanks to God of War
  • John Wick so didn't deserve it's soundtrack.
  • GotG's soundtrack is a lackluster for the most part. "Black Tears" is a really nice climactic piece, though.
  • I still listen to the Score of Super
  • Haha, the only others I've ever listened to outside the film are 300 (which I really liked) and Dawn of the Dead (which I don't remember, and I haven't seen the film). GotG being proof of ability, perhaps it's his belief that he must abstain from "highly emotive, melodic themes" that's holding him back beyond necessity in his other work.
  • I love Guardians of the GALAXY film and score. Great job by Bates (even though the rest of his scores are rubbish).
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  • It's pretty great :3 James Gunn: "Unlike most films, Tyler writes huge chunks of the score first so that I can actually film to the music. During action scenes and huge dramatic moments we blare the score on set so that the cast, crew, and camera can move in harmony with the music. Music is often an afterthought in film, but never for us." "'Very few movies that are made these days are fantastical enough to sustain huge, bold identifiable themes,' Bates explains. 'Even with the majority of the comic-book films, they have a tendency to be steeped in a realism that would be disturbed or interrupted by highly emotive, melodic themes.' (...) Because Guardians was a colorful film that's both fun and fantastical, Bates embraced a spectrum of sounds."
  • GotG [2]

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