While doing press for his upcoming score for the BBC series: "One Planet, Seven Worlds," composer Hans Zimmer said that humanity is "slithering" its way to destruction ... via climate change. Dane and Christopher talk about the surprising comment itself, but also the context around hist statement. Does he really think making such statement could cost his career? Was it a sly marketing move? Should composer be more outspoken on such matters? Listen to the 32nd edition of the Soundcast Stereo and then let us know what you think!
01:37 - Everybody's slitherin'
04:48 - Ever heard this?
08:47 - Should composers be more outspoken?
14:54 - Ruined?
18:47 - Clever marketing?
22:32 - Will there be any real impact?
00:00 - "Up is Down" (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End) by Hans Zimmer
31:58 - "Drink Up Me Hearties" (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End) by Hans Zimmer
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