Best Hans Zimmer TracksA list of the best composer today's best songs. Share your opinion by voting, and feel free to comment.
The Top Ten
The melody captures a 1000 emotions in a heartbeat!
Truly incredible, makes me feel like I'm more than I really am
You're in a Dream.
Probably most emotional piece ever written by Hans, and one of the best there ever was. The Organ is as captivating as the scene in the movie. Just listen to pure powerful emotions in deep space.
Just listen to it.
Epic. most dark for my things.
Very beautiful track - MetalMania
I think this is a severely underrated and underappreciated track from Zimmer's work. This is my 3rd favourite after "Time" (Inception) & "Eptesicus" (Batman Begins).
It's a merging of Batman's theme, with Man Of Steel's score, in a dark and emotional way.
It genuinely describes the epicness of the scene, when the music progressively gets louder and louder slowly, before realizing a big wave coming. Then come the emotions and the crew trying to get back to the space ranger.
You can literally think about anything when you listen to this and it will feel epic and monumentous. When applied to something that ACTUALLY IS vast or great it becomes the perfect track.
Ambient, powerful and slowly-building into an awesome track. The only problem I have with it is that it's way too short.
Builds to an amazing crescendo the most melodic track ever composed
Almost tricks you into thinking the movie is good.
One of the most epic songs of all time.
If this song was a person, I would smash
Most underrated Han Zimmer track
If You hear anywhere You know is Sherlock's Theme
Epic epic epic - Nebular65
This song is so complex, featuring cues from each movie in the trilogy and making the battle in the maelstrom and the sinking of the Endeavour epic and exciting. This piece captures all of the emotions felt throughout the trilogy in a grand and masterful way.
More powerful than Time - DarkKnight2005
Why is this at the bottom? It should be higher because its awesome
Hans Zimmer Works are so great an specific that it is injustice to categorize them and place "opening titles" 30th