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Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser - Independence Day - Resurgence (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) FLAC album


Performer: Thomas Wander
Genre: Stage and Screen
Title: Independence Day - Resurgence (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Country: Europe
Released: 2016
Style: Score
FLAC version ZIP size: 1688 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1292 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1269 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 807
Other Formats: VOX MP4 MIDI DTS MP2 AUD VOC

Film Score Original Score Soundtracks. Harald Kloser, Thomas Wander. Independence Day: Resurgence.

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Independence Day: Resurgence Soundtrack, find all 12 songs from the Independence Day: Resurgence (2016) movie music soundtrack, with scene descriptions. Listen to and download the music, ost, score, list of songs and trailers. Independence Day: Resurgence Soundtrack.

By Harald Kloser, Thomas Wander. 22. Independence Day Resurgence Finale.

Original music composed by Harald Kloser & Thomas Wander. Listen to the full score album from Independence Day: Resurgence in one video. Watch the trailer for Independence Day: Resurgence.

Wander & Kloser have produced some decent science fiction/action scores over the years. Familiar works by them include "2012" 2012: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, "10,000 BC" 10,000 BC (Harald Kloser & Thomas Wander), and "White House Down" White House Down (Harald Kloser).

Traveling Through Space. Independence Day: Resurgence (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Besteciler: Harald Kloser - Thomas Wander. 03. Hostile Territory. 04. How Did They Get the Lights On? Harald Kloser.

Thomas Wander and Harald Kloser film scores chronology. White House Down (2013). Independence Day: Resurgence (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2016). Singles from Independence Day: Resurgence (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Electric U" Released: June 17, 2016. Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" Released: June 17, 2016. The film's music was composed by Thomas Wander and Harald Kloser. The soundtrack also contains "Electric U", performed by Kid Bloom and "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)", performed by Annie Trousseau

Tracklist

Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Traveling Through Space
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Great Speech
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Hostile Territory
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser How Did They Get The Lights On?
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Inside The African Ship
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser More Stimulation
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Fear
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser The Friendly Spaceship
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser The Only Family I Got
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Welcome To The Moon
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser What Goes Up
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser It's Getting Real
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Flying Inside
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser It's A Trap
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Worth Fighting For
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser The Sphere
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser The Queen Is Leaving
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Whitmore's Choice
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Humanity's Last Stand
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Bus Chase
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser We Are Rich
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Independence Day Resurgence Finale
Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser ID4 Reprise
Kid Bloom Electric U
Annie Trousseau Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MOVATM121 Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser - Independence Day - Resurgence (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(LP, Ltd, Ora) Music On Vinyl, Sony Classical, Fox Music MOVATM121 Europe 2016
88985329312 Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser Thomas Wander, Harald Kloser - Independence Day Resurgence ‎(CD, Album) Sony Classical 88985329312 Europe 2016

Nikok
I'm not sure what it is going to take for Roland Emmerich to sever his ties with Harald Kloser, or for Hollywood to blacklist him completely. The man has absolutely zero talent for composing music for motion pictures. He doesn't understand suspense, sadness, excitement, or action in the tiniest, most distant way. Sometimes I wonder if the man actually exists and that his name isn't some sort of synonym for an auto-tune-esque computer that just churns out the most G-E-N-E-R-I-C movie music imaginable.I shouldn't use words alluding to imagination in this review. There is none in this score. It is 40 minutes of droning emptiness with no highlight until the end credits track, which is only notable thanks to the use of David Arnold's theme tune. The original movie had wonderful and iconic music back in 1996 and not one person left cinemas not humming it or whistling. Ending his relationship with David Arnold is one of the most stupid decisions Roland Emmerich could have ever made in his career. Hooking up with a talented composer would have been smart, but, for some unfathomable reason, he has become loyal to Harald Kloser, who would not be able to identify any sort of music even if he downloaded every single track in existence straight from the internet into his brain.Have I made it clear that Harald Kloser has no talent?I attribute the public's dismissal of Independence Day: Resurgence with a gigantic "meh" to Kloser's non-effort. It should have been rousing, breathtaking, hopeful, and upbeat. It was nothing. It was...nothing!!! The man simply doesn't know what he is doing. I saw this movie twice in cinemas and both times you could feel the audience becoming impatient and frustrated at the lack of excitement or suspense. A stronger composer could have fixed this. Kloser is simply not capable of a movie of this size and scale, or any movie for that matter. He should never be hired again. He has no skill, no ability, no talent, no understanding, no imagination, no vision.Stop hiring this man!Two completely out of place songs are also tacked onto the end of this album. And not one person on Planet Earth cares. In no universe will this ever be played more than Arnold's score to the first film.