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Re: Has anyone noticed?
• Posted by: Conor Mckeon   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, June 17, 2001, at 10:41 p.m.
• IP Address: slarm1p16.ozemail.com.au
• In Response to: Has anyone noticed? (Bryant Hinkle Opeil)

> Has anyone noticed that "Resolution and Hyperspace" on the
> Deluxe CD is the same piece used in Die Hard I, where Karl bursts out of
> the Nakatomi building's doors and his gunned down by Powell. I've always
> thought that piece of music that can be heard in Die Hard one sounded as
> if Horner wrote it. I just thought that Michael Kamen was trying to be
> James Horner. I wonder why they had to use that specific piece in that
> movie?

Yes I always wondered about that. Actually when I first head the Aliens Soundtrack I recognised the music from Die Hard at that moment because I loved that movie man. But I'm pretty sure it's a horner peice.




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