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The Burbs

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The Burbs   Monday, June 20, 2005 (7:32 p.m.) 

This is an excellent soundtrack, on of my favouirites. I got it when it was first released in early 1992 and loved it. There's so many great tracks on it. It only misses one track which I hoped would be on it. The one with the vocals when they two stars are walking towards the Klopek house. But other wise an superb cd to own. Rock on!!!!!!!

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Re: The Burbs   Thursday, July 28, 2005 (3:13 p.m.) 

I agree that the score is terrific. The cue you're talking about was a replacement for Ray's western-styled theme which was included on the album. I know that the cue heard in the final film was either an Ennio Morricone track or Goldsmith's homage to Ennio Morricone. Maybe this has something to do with it.

This is an excellent soundtrack, on of my favouirites. I got it when it
> was first released in early 1992 and loved it. There's so many great
> tracks on it. It only misses one track which I hoped would be on it. The
> one with the vocals when they two stars are walking towards the Klopek
> house. But other wise an superb cd to own. Rock on!!!!!!!


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Morricone   Friday, July 29, 2005 (2:13 a.m.) 

I believe it was a re-recording of part of the Morricone track "The Man with the Harmonica." I'm listening to the track now, and while it sounds spot on like the cue in terms of notes, the timbre/orchestrations are a little off. But yeah, that's a fun little cue in the film, ay. What an enjoyable score.


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Re: The Burbs   Sunday, January 21, 2007 (8:36 p.m.) 

> I agree that the score is terrific. The cue you're talking about was a
> replacement for Ray's western-styled theme which was included on the
> album. I know that the cue heard in the final film was either an Ennio
> Morricone track or Goldsmith's homage to Ennio Morricone. Maybe this has
> something to do with it.

> This is an excellent soundtrack, on of my favouirites. I got it when it

Wow, thanks for the response. It looks like I'm going to have to buy the Morricone soundtrack as well. Thanks again.



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