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Blade Runner 2049 (Ep. 96)
Kristen Romanelli and Christopher Coleman discuss their deepest and thoughts and feelings about the latest Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch collaborative score for Denis Villenueve's visual and philosophical feast, BLADE RUNNER 2049 Before that, they set the table by talking through their relationship to the classic, original film BLADE RUNNER from 1982 as well as Villenueve sequel overall. Even more spoilery and speculative discussion takes place after the official conclusion of the episode - comprising our first official BONUS TRACK segment.
00:10 - Intro/ Blade Runner Revisited/ Welcome back
05:39 - Blade Runner 2019
12:07 - Vangelis' original score
18:49 - Blade Runner 2049 (no spoilers)
25:52 - Zimmer and Wallfisch's original score
36:30 - Composer-versy
45:26 - Official Wrap up and contact us
49:31 - BONUS TRACK (Spoilers)
00:00 - "2049" (Blade Runner 2049) by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
00:58 - "Summer Wind" (Blade Runner 2049) by Heinz Meier (composer), Johnny Mercer (lyricist)
01:45 - "Mesa" (Blade Runner 2049) by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
11:28 - "End Titles" (Blade Runner) by Vangelis
24:47 - "Sea Wall" (Blade Runner 2049) by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
45:28 - "Blade Runner" (Blade Runner 2049) by Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch
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