Tim: Remember that HRRRRNNK noise that was in all the film trailers for what seemed like decades after Inception used it, but
eventually fell out of fashion appeared this morning, twice, in the trailer for The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part?
Tom: Yep, I remember that after a while it got really irri-HRRRRRRRNK
Tim: Well you’ll be pleased to know that Mariette’s trying to bring it back.
Tim: And actually it doesn’t sound too weird or out of place, bringing with it as substantial stylistic change to the sound, from calm and comparatively quiet to big and brash and really quite noisy.
Tom: Yep, I’m actually kind of surprised by it: I liked the verse going into it, I liked the pre-chorus that it heralded, and somehow this all seems to wo-HRRRRRRRRRNK
Tim: It’s curious – normally, this would really put me off a bit, with the sounds involved and the vocal samples all over the place, and the aaaah-ah-ah-ahh that’s irritatingly reminiscent of Shakira. Here, though, it all seems to work for me, and I quite like it.
Tom: Sure. I’m not immediately going to download and listen to it endlessly, but I wouldn’t object if this came on the radiHRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRNK
Tim: Going with that, are you?
Tom: Incidentally, yes, this joke isn’t getting old for me.
Tim: Fair enough. Good song though, but let’s make sure Hans Zimmer never hears it, yeah?