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Comments about the soundtrack for Clear and Present Danger (James Horner)
Well, kill me but I like Horner's work for "Clancy's" movies

Templar
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Krishna Manohar
Well, kill me but I like Horner's work for "Clancy's" movies   Monday, September 5, 2005 (12:57 p.m.) 

"Clear and present danger" is pretty good, sometimes even exiting ("The Ambush") but "Patriot Games" remains one of my favourite scores in Horner's carrer. I know it's simple (primitive?) but on some level I've always enjoyed this rythm based action pieces and despite of the passing years I'm returning to this album very often. Far from the classic like "Red October" but works for me

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Krishna Manohar
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  In Response to:
Templar
I agree   Monday, September 5, 2005 (3:28 p.m.) 

> "Clear and present danger" is pretty good, sometimes even
> exiting ("The Ambush") but "Patriot Games" remains one
> of my favourite scores in Horner's carrer. I know it's simple (primitive?)
> but on some level I've always enjoyed this rythm based action pieces and
> despite of the passing years I'm returning to this album very often. Far
> from the classic like "Red October" but works for me

Clear and Present Danger may seem a tad generic but it is still an interesting listen. Overall an underrated score from a much maligned composer.



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