..or this redirection according to this track-by-track composers (Gladiator): http://www.hans-zimmer.com/index.php?rub=disco&id=139 ? Then why on cover main artist Lisa as well as Hans I don't understand..
Подняли такую шумиху после выхода "Темного рыцаря" и переоцененного "Интерстеллара", что создается впечатление будто они открыли Циммера общественности, хотя он всё и всем доказал задолго до них, вот уж действительно один из лучших композиторов современности, что у нас есть.
Besides I wouldn't be suprised to learn that most of his music is actually made by monkeys working for him. The hype around this guy is just too much. There are better composers who deserve the attention.
I just noticed that everytime I'm gonna have a test I listen to Interstellar's score and that's basically all my scrobbles of Hans Zimmer haha. I don't know, it makes me focus heavily on any subject. I should've acknowledged him in my thesis.
Apparently it's more Wallfish than Zimmer. Zimmer did production duties and settings of synths. Most of the actual music is by Wallfish so saying "Zimmer did it again" sounds like giving too much credit to the wrong person and scrobbling this just under Hans Zimmer is like giving the middle finger to the accomplishments of Wallfish.
I have to agree. Within it's intended context as being the soundtrack to the movie it works just fine, but listening to it on it's own I didn't get the immediate satisfaction I've gotten from a lot of Hans' work.
It's obviously of utmost importance that it works within the film which it does, but that it doesn't have as much a chance for that outside life is disappointing.
This happens because files in the digital iTunes release feature "Hans Zimmer" in the album artist tag field. This is why all scrobbles are credited solely to Hans Zimmer, while individual tracks' artist names are displayed correctly. I did retag my files, of course.