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Comments about the soundtrack for Adaptation (Carter Burwell)
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Seth
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Seth
What?   Tuesday, March 9, 2004 (10:01 a.m.) 

I've listened to Adaptation countless times, and cannot understand the one star rating it has receicved on this site. Yes, it is a little dissonant at times, but dissonance is not a bad thing. The point of soundtracks in general is to evoke a mood, and Adaptation's soudtrack evokes mood more effectively than any soundtrack out there. The mood? Scared, anxious, maybe a little paranoid. This is a good soundtrack. Try listening to it while reading Clive Cussler.

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Better yet:   Tuesday, March 9, 2004 (10:06 a.m.) 

Jonathan Carroll.

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