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Bear McCreary: Unnecessary Cloverfield sound effects
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• Posted by: Ken Kirchner
• Date: Sunday, June 26, 2016, at 9:18 p.m.
• IP Address: 37.230.212.118

The Blaster Beam and everything else thrown into this score by Bear McCreary was fine. Filmtracks says that there was too much creativity. They're right. Instead of the Blaster Beam, yayli tambur, and garbage cans, McCreary should have mixed in audio samples of DONALD TRUMP talking about how he was going to kick alien ass to make America great again. The last two tracks really needed a rhythmic sample of TRUMP saying "The aliens will hate me! The aliens will hate me! The aliens will hate me!" and one final sample of TRUMP saying "We're going to kick so much alien ass that America is going to be sick of winning all the time!"






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