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Comments about the soundtrack for Angel (Philippe Rombi)
One of the best scores of '07

Nic
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Kevin Smith
One of the best scores of '07   Monday, May 26, 2008 (6:44 p.m.) 

After reading this and Broxton's review, I took a leap of faith and bought this score from amazon. I was not disappointed.
It acts much in a similar vain to Thomas Newman's 'The Good German' in that it allows tribute to be payed to the masters of the Golden era while allowing a unique freshness to emerge.
I urge anyone who still believes in melody and thematic quality to pick up this score, sublime in every way.
Nic


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Kevin Smith
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Nic
Re: One of the best scores of '07   Monday, August 10, 2009 (11:59 a.m.) 

> After reading this and Broxton's review, I took a leap of faith and bought
> this score from amazon. I was not disappointed.
> It acts much in a similar vain to Thomas Newman's 'The Good German' in
> that it allows tribute to be payed to the masters of the Golden era while
> allowing a unique freshness to emerge.
> I urge anyone who still believes in melody and thematic quality to pick up
> this score, sublime in every way.
> Nic

But much MUCH better than The Good German...


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