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For me, Hans Zimmer (at his best), creates film music this it at once both classic AND contemporary. It can feel both timeless yet fresh. His thunderous riffs and thumping drums often plagiarise his own work, but can occasionally transcend and re-invent movie music. This leaves other composers the thankless task of copying his work on demand from directors and producers in love with the work of Hans. I repeatedly hear his work being copied in other movies – this is the big giveaway that his music was used as temp score in the edit. His music for ‘Inception’, ‘Gladiator’, ‘Black Rain’, ‘Rain Man’, ‘True Romance’, the 2nd and 3rd Nolan Batman movies are all testaments to his often unrecognised originality and diversity. If I could choose one composer for my next film, Hans would be the person I would choose. Legend and lovely man too. There is also a good article on Hans and his work ethics HERE .
My favourite soundtrack of his?
Tie between ‘Black Rain’, ‘Inception’ and ‘Thin Red Line’
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