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Comments about the soundtrack for Atlantis: The Lost Empire (James Newton Howard)
Track 2

Guy Patterson
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JnB
Track 2   Saturday, May 26, 2001 (1:22 p.m.) 

I have to say I like this score alot and it's alot better than "Pearl Harbor." Sorry Hans. Now about "Atlantis: The Lost Empire-" GREAT Track 2 is the best track on the soundtrack because it gives you the main theme. It's bold and very well orchestrated. 1 Question, haven't you ever noticed the best tracks on "Dinosaur" and "Atlantis" are Track 2-or maybe that's me. I just wish they didn't put that song ( ) on the soundtrack. That's Disney for you. And about Track 2, I like that track the best because it's the one that is heard on the trailer, and the first time I saw the trailer, I loved the music. I really think that this score should nominated this next year at the OSCARS and think the main title he wrote for it is the best theme of the year. Of course, let's wait for "A.I.-Artificial Intelligence" (John Williams) and "Lord of the Rings" (Howard Shore).
In the mean time, I'll be listening to "Atlantis: The Lost Empire."

Go James!

Guy Patterson

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Nate Jackson
I agree   Sunday, March 30, 2003 (12:40 p.m.) 

I agree. I don't know why Christian says the score starts without any excitement because "The Submarine" is pretty damn exciting.

> I have to say I like this score alot and it's alot better than "Pearl
> Harbor." Sorry Hans. Now about "Atlantis: The Lost
> Empire-" GREAT Track 2 is the best track on the soundtrack because
> it gives you the main theme. It's bold and very well orchestrated. 1
> Question, haven't you ever noticed the best tracks on "Dinosaur"
> and "Atlantis" are Track 2-or maybe that's me. I just wish
> they didn't put that song ( ) on the soundtrack. That's Disney for you.
> And about Track 2, I like that track the best because it's the one that is
> heard on the trailer, and the first time I saw the trailer, I loved the
> music. I really think that this score should nominated this next year at
> the OSCARS and think the main title he wrote for it is the best theme of
> the year. Of course, let's wait for "A.I.-Artificial
> Intelligence" (John Williams) and "Lord of the Rings"
> (Howard Shore).
In the mean time, I'll be listening to "Atlantis:
> The Lost Empire."

> Go James!

> Guy Patterson


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Nate Jackson
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JnB
Re: I agree.   Friday, April 11, 2003 (5:49 p.m.) 

> I agree. I don't know why Christian says the score starts without any
> excitement because "The Submarine" is pretty damn exciting.
>
In the mean time, I'll be listening to "Atlantis:

This was my exact case. I heard the trailer and rented the movie, loved every second. Track 2 is one of the best. And boring?! No Way! The best part in Track 2 is when the sub is released and the exciting trumpets start up with the voices.

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