Speed dating sound track
Hans Zimmer and his now defunct Media Ventures group owned the action score genre and many of his protégées went on to use the same, tired, strings-driven, synthy sound for countless other, forgettable action films with no iconic melodies or identifiable themes whatsoever.
This trend lasted until The Bourne Identity in 2002, in which Media Ventures graduate John Powell took the same approach and homogenized it to the point where it sounded EVEN MORE generic.
It plays in Alphys's Lab, and at a slow speed during her date, and then at a fast speed when she freaks about her love for Undyne towards the end of the date.
The Need for Speed soundtracks are fueled by a legacy like no other.
Whether it's creating your perfect car, pulling off insane heist missions, outrunning high-speed police pursuits, or just cruising the open world, the games’ distinct car classes – as well as its garage, all feature their own unique soundtracks: Garage Need for Speed Payback also features a sleek and ominous original score by composer Joe Trapanese, best known for blockbusters like The Raid, Tron: Legacy, The Divergent Series: Insurgent and Allegiant, and Straight Outta Compton.
I have no doubt that Goldsmith would have delivered something epic, and if he had stayed on board the bus instead of hopping off before it hit 50 mph then perhaps action scores would have taken a different course since 1994. End Title The cover art is horrible, and the score is far from complete.It all began with Speed, and it was once one of Media Ventures' best, but as a serious music fan, an action score fan, and Zimmer fan I now feel mostly indifferent to this dated score CD. Ironically, Mark Mancina ended up giving us one of the best action movie scores of the past two decades with the critically-mauled Speed 2: Cruise Control three years later, a score that broke away from the synth trend and delivered a massive orchestra firing on all cylinders. Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: It's worth it......I love this Soundtrack, my favorite cuts on this CD are Main Title, Choppers, Rush Hour, The Rescue and The Gap.