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  Comments about: A.I. (John Williams)
• Posted by Morn
• Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2001, at 7:30 a.m.
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• In Response to: Hans Zimmer infect John Williams. (Levente Benedek)

  Re: Hans Zimmer infect John Williams.

> When I first heard the CD I wasn't sure that it is a Zimmer or a Williams
> score. Because this is the first score whit Zimmer influence. I'm not
> saying it is bad because I like Zimmer but I'm not a Williams fan. Except
> The Star Wars trilogy and The Patriot, and from now The A.I. .
So I'm
> asking you, is it good that Zimmer influence everyone?

How is it Zimmer influenced?

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