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Comments about the soundtrack for Blade Runner (Vangelis)

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Re: Where's the rest of the stars?
• Posted by: Fraley
• Date: Monday, October 19, 2009, at 12:11 p.m.
• IP Address: smtp.comp-hut.com
• In Response to: Where's the rest of the stars? (cs^tbl)

> There're a few stars missing in this review's conclusion, the correct
> amount of stars should be:

> As heard in the movie: *****
> As heard on (the commercial '94 '07) albums: ****

When reviewing a score, you have to take into consideration the entire product -- a single memorable cue does not a great score make.

As for the album presentation, as much as I personally do enjoy the music from Bladerunner, I can't help but agree the album situation is a mess. I personally find the '94 album to be the best presentation currently available, but to me it looses a whole star for having dialogue over the music. When will album producers finally learn we don't want dialogue on our score albums! If I want to hear the music and dialogue together, I'll watch the movie!




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