Ramin Djawadi był na premierze "Westworld" i od niedzieli rusza ten serial. O wydaniu soundtracku na razie nic nie wiadomo.
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So many fun things are there to find and enjoy in this show, and while I won't spoil them all for you, I do have to mention the music. In addition to Ramin Djawadi (Game of Thrones, Person of Interest), who is truly at the top of his game right now, there's a saloon-whorehouse piano, and in the premiere, you'll detect Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun," and later without the piano, The Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black" in a unique configuration. The second episode of the series finds the saloon belting out some Radiohead. This is hopefully something that will continue as long as the show remains on the air, because it's a subtle, interesting easter egg to hear. You'll first hear the song, you'll realize it's familiar, and then you'll eventually remember what it is.
Also deserving of special praise is composer Ramin Djawadi (Game of Thrones, Iron Man) and the whole team behind the music. This show uses music in such unexpected ways, especially in how it draws another line from the Western part of the park to its futuristic operation center. There’s a fight scene in the first episode that I rewound three times just because of how the action worked with the soundtrack.
And it's supported by another excellent score from Game of Thrones' Ramin Djawadi, who outdoes his past work.
Westworld makes a big impression with its first episode. From its standout cast to its excellent visuals to one hell of a hummable score by the great Ramin Djawadi (the composer of Game of Thrones and Person of Interest), this is top-notch television in every respect.
Ramin at his best