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How good can the album release really be?????

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How good can the album release really be?????   Tuesday, November 5, 2002 (2:32 a.m.) 

yes you heard correct

I dislike this album - instead of buying it - you can just watch the whole film on video if you want to have this joy of music together with dialogue - you're a complete ass if you buying an album containg dialogue fading in and out at the score - it do not give any meaning about this way the score has been treated

give me an official complete album release with no dialogue and i will be satisfied

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Hold on a Moment   Saturday, November 9, 2002 (7:55 p.m.) 

For most people it is the only album available to us. Itís impossible to find the gold edition and the promo (which is also a bit pricey).
So don't start assuming people who by this album are "asses".
You take what you can get.



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Re: Hold on a Moment   Sunday, November 17, 2002 (1:47 p.m.) 

> For most people it is the only album available to us. Itís impossible to
> find the gold edition and the promo (which is also a bit pricey).
So
> don't start assuming people who by this album are "asses".
>
You take what you can get.

True, I listen to the score in my car a lot. Whenver I see the promo or the gold release I'll buy it, but I haven't seen it anywhere.

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