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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (John Williams)
Time to start a new thread

Dan Sartori
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Ashi-taka469
Time to start a new thread   Monday, November 18, 2002 (3:26 p.m.) 

Hey, I want to hear everyone's opinions on whether or not the music from the long action sequences in AOTC (or in any SW movie for that matter) detracts from the listenability of the soundtrack.

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Ashi-taka469
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Dogan Bilge
Should have seen this one coming   Monday, November 18, 2002 (4:30 p.m.) 

> Hey, I want to hear everyone's opinions on whether or not the music from
> the long action sequences in AOTC (or in any SW movie for that matter)
> detracts from the listenability of the soundtrack.

Actually, many of the action sequences are my favorite tracks in the various scores. Examples, the Battle of Hoth, Into the Trap, all of the Battle of Endor tracks, the Battle on Geonosis, and of course, the Duel of Fates. These tracks emphasize the tension of battle, the sorrow of loss, and the joy of victory, in some way or another. So I'd basically say that no, they don't detract from the listenablity of the score.

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Ashi-taka469
Re: Should have seen this one coming   Tuesday, December 10, 2002 (1:39 p.m.) 

> Actually, many of the action sequences are my favorite tracks in the
> various scores. Examples, the Battle of Hoth, Into the Trap, all of the
> Battle of Endor tracks, the Battle on Geonosis, and of course, the Duel of
> Fates. These tracks emphasize the tension of battle, the sorrow of loss,
> and the joy of victory, in some way or another. So I'd basically say that
> no, they don't detract from the listenablity of the score.

The battle in Geonosis? There is no music for the battle of Geonosis in the AOTC soundtrack. There is a track "Love Pledge and the Arena" but just a small part of it like 45 seconds is played in the battle of Geonosis and most of the music playing there is cut from the Phantom Menace score, the 5th Track and the 15th track in the first CD release and also the march of the droids from the battle with the gungans scene. The only good music in AOTC except "Across The Stars" is the Yoda Fight music which doesn't occur in the CD. I hope they will release a complete score and it will have that music.

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