Junkie XL's JUSTICE LEAGUE Theme Is So Much Better Than Anything Composed By Danny Elfman

Junkie XL's JUSTICE LEAGUE Theme Is So Much Better Than Anything Composed By Danny Elfman

Junkie XL's JUSTICE LEAGUE Theme Is So Much Better Than Anything Composed By Danny Elfman

It was Joss Whedon who decided to fire Junkie XL and then hire Danny Elfman to compose Justice League's score but the former's theme for the team has surfaced and you won't believe how much better it is.

Justice League has been criticised for a lot of different reasons but Danny Elfman's score has been coming under fire from the second it was released last week. It's generic, lifts notes from many of his previous movies (even Avengers: Age of Ultron), and his use of Batman and Superman's themes were...well, lame. Of course, before he was hired by Joss Whedon, Junkie XL was the composer!
Whedon made the decision to let him go and now a PlayStation theme has seemingly revealed Junkie XL's original tune for the team and it's fair to say it's a considerable improvement over what we got.

For starters, it's easier to imagine this working with Zack Snyder work and it's generally just a vastly superior piece of music. Do you remember any of Elfman's work in comparison? As always, we'll let you share your thoughts on both that and Junkie XL's theme in the comments section down below. 



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