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:: Add Your Link :: - Sherlock Holmes (2009) - Hans Zimmer
Album Information
Album Sherlock Holmes (2009)
Artist Hans Zimmer
Year 2009
Genre Soundtrack

Request Buy # Track Listing Length Played
AmazoniTunes 01 Discombobulate
Hans Zimmer
2:25 144
AmazoniTunes 02 Is It Poison, Nanny
Hans Zimmer
2:53 39
AmazoniTunes 03 I Never Woke Up In Handcuffs Before
Hans Zimmer
1:44 79
AmazoniTunes 04 My Mind Rebels At Stagnation
Hans Zimmer
4:32 94
AmazoniTunes 05 Data, Data, Data
Hans Zimmer
2:16 48
AmazoniTunes 06 He's Killed The Dog Again
Hans Zimmer
3:15 51
AmazoniTunes 07 Marital Sabotage
Hans Zimmer
3:44 51
AmazoniTunes 08 Not In Blood, But In Bond
Hans Zimmer
2:14 36
AmazoniTunes 09 Ah, Putrefaction
Hans Zimmer
1:50 24
AmazoniTunes 10 Panic, Shear Bloody Panic
Hans Zimmer
2:38 68
No Link 11 Psychological Recovery.....6 Months
Hans Zimmer
18:18 101
AmazoniTunes 12 Catatonic
Hans Zimmer
6:45 114

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Reviewers Rating

2 reviews done for this album.

****** joy
By: coloredbody
Date: 17 Jan 2010
seen in the sneak yesterday, rememberd the tracks allready heard here.

funny thing: sneak -- nobody knows what will come, while you see the brands
you hear the first notes and there goes a big "YES" trugh the rows.

as allways the "Zimmer fingerprint" lets you know good music

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A Fun Different Take on a Classic
By: Jadedtitan
Date: 19 Jan 2010
If a word could summarize this Zimmer scoring it would be Unique. It doesn’t follow the time period styles, or the pre-conceived notions of English music for that era, instead it goes beyond and invents a new style for Holmes, a new feeling for the character and in that journey one goes beyond the original themes and options of the Sherlock Holmes character. I find this score a lot of fun, same with the movie, and although purists state how far from Conon Doyle’s character this movie takes viewers, I think it does a superb job of taking viewers, and listeners on an adventure through the mind of Holmes and through the dirty times he finds himself in.

Discombobulate is the first and opening track of the score and as such contains the main theme for Holmes. This theme is played out on the banjo, a strong instrument in this fun upbeat adventurous style within the score. The Hungarian cimbalom also makes its first appearance in this score, both adding to the unique and different styled music to Holmes. Is It Poison Nanny is the next track, the first of the thoughtful, moody tracks on the score. The cimbalom comes back to play out the theme, a guitar comes in to create another core score element found throughout the film. It plays a few notes, but creates the mood of mystery and investigative thought. I Never Woke Up In Handcuffs Before is one of my favorite tracks, a fun silly tracks that sounds like it belongs in a Hungarian comedy rather than a semi serious English film. Upbeat and quick, it is certainly unique on this score.

My Mind Rebels At Stagnation plays out the main theme again on the cimbalom, similar to the first track, though less upbeat and rushed it its telling. This theme, although played repeatedly does not get tiring, maybe because all I can see is Holmes running through London. The tracks ending goes to the other strong theme of the film, played out through the violin in a brooding assertive manner Date, Date, Data is the next track, going back to the more solemn and inquisitive styled tracks, the violin makes its prominent stand again. Minimalist styled track, building tension throughout the playing. He’s Killed the Dog Again plays out the violin them to start, it builds to its crescendo which takes it to the rock guitar playing out the main theme again. The drums and violin come back and the main theme is played out in a teasing sort of way, not giving it all at once, but building to that point and suddenly ending.

Marital Sabotage brings the cimbalom back into the mix, playing the main theme in all its glory. Not as fully developed, but rather in a rushed sort of way. Then it leans back to the quieter, yet still urgent feeling of the three noted violin theme. Still another good tension building track. Not in Blood, But in Bond is a great violin solo track, the emotion and sorrow felt in the track portray nicely the scene of the track. A moody minimalistic track, it gives the listener the other side and feeling of the Holmes character. Ah, Putrefaction goes back to the lovely violin sounds, emotive and lovely track. Panic, Shear Bloody Panic is another cimbalom track, another main theme centered track and another fun bit of scoring. Psychological Recovery…, the longest track obviously, but to its credit it does well to hold its own throughout the 18 minutes, building on all the themes previously heard, adding color in between and taking the listener on a journey that seems to keep finding something new around every corner. Catatonic ends the score, start off with the emotive violin again and then brings the banjo back for its start of the main theme. The cimbalom comes in as well and the two instruments play back and forth with teasing the listener with the start of the theme and then takes the entire length to fully develop it is all its lovely glory.

I think the film was a lot of fun, a great adventure and the scoring dose a great job to portray the fun, the mystery, the adventure and the moody brilliance of the actors in the film. I do not like all Zimmer, but this stands out as a very good job done by him, fits the film wonderfully.

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