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This so-called score is, like the film it was applied to, is a paltry, pathetic, despicable excuse for an artistic effort.

The film was more video game than movie, with no character development or dramatic quality whatsoever. And the music was worse still, a bunch of noise accompanying a bunch of nonsense.

Tyler Bates needs to learn the difference between making moody sounds and composing music, and seems only able to do the later. The only good thing one can say about this non-score is that he didn't plagiarize it, like he did the score of "300" (google it if you don't know the story).

Both the producers of the film, and Tyler Bates, should be ashamed of themselves for damaging the respected literary legacy of Robert E. Howard, and the at least respectable Conan film franchise.

I hope Crom is preparing a particularly fiery hell for them to rot in.

Pretty dame good

The movie was ok, it could have been better. The action scenes where brutal as hell:) I live every minute of it. The soundtracks are epic, I actually like the new conan more than the old one. It's growing on me pretty dame fast


Movie was awful, but the soundtrack is enjoyable.


Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Best known for his post-millennial science fiction and horror film work, Tyler Bates is a composer whose work also includes television series and video game soundtracks. Born in Los Angeles, CA, he grew up in Chicago and was introduced to a wide range of music by his mother. He began composing music as a teenager and eventually moved from Chicago to Los Angeles in 1993 to pursue a career as a film music composer. During the early to mid-'90s, Bates scored a number of B-movies. In the meantime, he...
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Conan the Barbarian 3D (Music from the Motion Picture), Tyler Bates
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Soundtrack, Music
  • Released: Aug 12, 2011

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