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Comments about the soundtrack for Avatar (James Horner)
Hope they expand the soundtrack.

Craig
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Cloud
Hope they expand the soundtrack.   Wednesday, January 13, 2010 (10:07 a.m.) 
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Looking forward to a more music from Avatar album.

(Message edited on Wednesday, January 13, 2010, at 1:05 p.m.)


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Dogan Bilge
Re: Hope they expand the soundtrack.   Thursday, February 4, 2010 (4:49 p.m.) 

> Looking forward to a more music from Avatar album.

Ditto. Went to see the movie for the third time today and one of the things I was really looking forward to was the film version of the War cue. I've mentioned it earlier, but the the entire second part of the battle sequence (with the exception of repeats of some earlier parts of the War cue that have been cut to the picture later in the process obviously) starting with the animal attack is absolutely breathtaking and probably my favorite piece of action writing of the past few years. I've tried hard to memorize the cue and I play it inside my head a lot I REALLY hope at least that cue appears somewhere one day so I can get it out of my system.


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beedy
Re: Hope they expand the soundtrack.   Saturday, February 6, 2010 (6:53 a.m.) 

> Ditto. Went to see the movie for the third time today and one of the
> things I was really looking forward to was the film version of the War
> cue. I've mentioned it earlier, but the the entire second part of the
> battle sequence (with the exception of repeats of some earlier parts of
> the War cue that have been cut to the picture later in the process
> obviously) starting with the animal attack is absolutely breathtaking and
> probably my favorite piece of action writing of the past few years. I've
> tried hard to memorize the cue and I play it inside my head a lot I
> REALLY hope at least that cue appears somewhere one day so I can get it
> out of my system.

Exactly the same. I watched the film 15 times in theaters, every time I absolutely love the second part of the War cue. We need a second cd release for this film.



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Dogan Bilge
Re: Hope they expand the soundtrack.   Tuesday, March 9, 2010 (4:25 p.m.) 

> Exactly the same. I watched the film 15 times in theaters, every time I
> absolutely love the second part of the War cue. We need a second cd
> release for this film.

I agree! The War cue was incredible; I'd be overjoyed if a second music release came out. What would be even better is if they released the whole 2hour+ score, that would be fantastic.


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