The Glenn Butler Podcast Hour Spectacular, Episode 41: Third Annual Oscar Preview – Best Original Score 2017

At long last, Glenn & Scott return to the Oscar vault to run down the nominees for best score of 2017! They discuss Phantom Thread by Jonny Greenwood, Dunkirk by Hans Zimmer, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri by Carter Burwell, The Shape of Water by Alexandre Desplat, Star Wars: The Last Jedi by John Williams, and the definition of music. Stay after the break for their thoughts on selected non-nominated scores from 2017 as well.

Musical Selections:
WWE Hall of Fame Intro Theme
“Barbara Rose” from Phantom Thread by Jonny Greenwood
“Supermarine” from Dunkirk by Hans Zimmer
“Billboards on Fire” from Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri by Carter Burwell
“The Shape of Water” from The Shape of Water by Carter Burwell
“Peace and Purpose” from Star Wars: The Last Jedi by John Williams
“Theme from ‘Spider Man’ (Original Television Series)” from Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino; original theme by Bob Harris and Paul Francis Webster
“No Vault of His Own” from Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino
“Spider-Man: Homecoming Suite” from Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino
“Vulture Clash” from Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino
“Lift Off” from Spider-Man: Homecoming by Michael Giacchino
“No Man’s Land” from Wonder Woman by Rupert Gregson-Williams
“The Mountain Between Us” from The Mountain Between Us by Ramin Djawadi
“Power Rangers Theme” from Power Rangers by Brian Tyler
“Go Go Power Rangers” from Power Rangers by Brian Tyler
“It’s Morphing Time!” from Power Rangers by Brian Tyler
“Tokyo Ghoul Main Title” from Tokyo Ghoul by Don Davis
“Eating Human Flesh” from Tokyo Ghoul by Don Davis
“Run Londinium” from King Arthur: Legend of the Sword by Daniel Pemberton

Author: Glenn Butler

Glenn is not Prince Hamlet, nor was meant to be. The Glenn that you know, they had some second thoughts. Glenn's come back to reclaim some infinitude of silence, the unspeaking of their name. At PTBN they're most often seen walking the web, covering the Star Trek beat, and podcasting about various manifestations of life and popular culture. Find him elsewhere on the Twitter, the Insta and/or the Tumblr. Tamp 'em up solid.