I know when Giacchino whined about not having enough time on Rogue One (I think it was 4 weeks and that dude has a massive team to assist him), a few industry pros basically told him to quit bitching and how Horner had a fraction of that time and still came up with Aliens. Goldenthal had a couple weeks to score Interview with the Vampire and was reportedly sick as a dog too and still delivered it on time. Both these "rushed" scores were Oscar nominated in their respective years too.Got mine too -- it is a fantastic looking/feeling book. Truly great job @chrissiddall.
1) That weird squeaky thing just before the shit hits the fan in Futile Escape (which I always thought was a solo violin being tortured) is in fact a bowed styrofoam cup.
2) Despite having only two weeks to write the score, Horner apparently found time to notate clusters so dense that they had to be broken out into an appendix in this score.
I'm sure there'll be more.
If Chris is listening, Interview with the Vampire would be an AWESOME release! Hint hint.