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Comments about the soundtrack for Aliens (James Horner)

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Re: It's missing one thing..
• Posted by: Fernando Gimenez
• Date: Tuesday, May 15, 2001, at 10:25 a.m.
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• In Response to: It's missing one thing.. (Caerdwyn)

> Glad to see a re-release of this music the way it was intended to be. > However, the only thing the "Deluxe Edition" is missing is the > short percussion from when the marines were about to be loaded into the > APC, on the Sulaco. I had hoped it would've made it onto this album. Ah > well Yeah, me too!!!! It's credited to an unknown composer, but I've seen so many times this masterpiece, that this cue surpasses, IMHO, what Horner had written instead (too happy, too Star-Trekkerish). Nevertheless a great, great score. For me the best Horner has ever written. The film is so enhanced by the music, that I can't hear any cue without actually seeing the images. Vey powerful and scary!!!!!! A must!!!!!!!

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