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Holy crap, it's awesome!

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Holy crap, it's awesome!   Saturday, November 14, 2009 (6:07 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: Returning Home, from "The Boy who Could Fly" by Bruce Brough  

I listened to both Dan Brown inspired scores, back to back, and while I found Da Vinci Code to be a borefest, the opening 160BPM track was surprisingly awesome. The rest of the score loses momentum, but it's still a superior work compared to it's predecessor. I'm no Zimmer fanboy, but this score may seem finally like Hans' great comeback.


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