> If filmtracks.com and soundtrack-express were the non-plus-ultra in
> soundtrack-reviews, the twilight of the western world would have begun
> already . A review that has the ambition of beeing representative has to
> follow certain rules of objectivity.
So the end of our civilation will commence because us English speakers aren't afraid of having opinions?
> Filmtracks and Soundtrack-Express
> very often ignore these rules. Their reviews are polemic, inobjective, and
> very often purely false.
It's a shame I'm not charging you to read them, eh?
> It's not bad to know little about the
> works of music, but it's a shame, if you then still try to judge music,
> although you can only say what you like or dislike, without real objective
Don't let the screen door hit you on the ass on the way out...