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Comments about the soundtrack for Crimson Tide (Hans Zimmer)
I worship Zimmer but this score is not tha good...3 stars

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I worship Zimmer but this score is not tha good...3 stars   Tuesday, March 9, 2004 (8:50 a.m.) 

Beyond the theme (a awesome theme) this score is just electronic crap.


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Re: I worship Zimmer but this score is not tha good...3 stars   Friday, April 2, 2004 (12:58 p.m.) 

One mans meat is another mans poison!!! If you like themed symphonic music, listen again a few times to the whole work. The under current of the "theme" is there all the time.
> Beyond the theme (a awesome theme) this score is just electronic crap.


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I disagree   Tuesday, August 3, 2004 (1:33 p.m.) 

Sure, the theme pretty much overshadows everything else, but as a patient, sit-back-and-listen-while-reading-or-writing experience, you'll find that the corners are very well-painted. You called it "electronic crap" but I think that some of the Alabama/1SQ music is busy with once-over ideas and rythms that should AT LEAST tide you over till the next statement of the theme.

The work as a whole is engaging, encompasses many moods, and ends up being emotionally satisfying.

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Re: I disagree   Tuesday, January 4, 2005 (3:35 p.m.) 

> Sure, the theme pretty much overshadows everything else, but as a patient,
> sit-back-and-listen-while-reading-or-writing experience, you'll find that
> the corners are very well-painted. You called it "electronic
> crap" but I think that some of the Alabama/1SQ music is busy with
> once-over ideas and rythms that should AT LEAST tide you over till the
> next statement of the theme.

> The work as a whole is engaging, encompasses many moods, and ends up being
> emotionally satisfying.

I agree with the original poster. The only good piece on the whole CD is the last track. All the other music is simply dull and unexciting (electronic cr@p). I highly recommend that people listen to "The Rock" if they want to hear the best action score put out by media ventuers.

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Re: I worship Zimmer but this score is not tha good...3 stars   Tuesday, July 12, 2016 (6:15 p.m.) 

You worship Hans Zimmer..... Wow, that just sounds weird, no offense intended, though; Zimmer is just flesh and bones, like you and me and everyone else on this planet Earth -- he's not worth being seen or praised as a deity. I think it's better to just give him acclaim for his work. (I say ALL of this on behalf of my devout faith in Spiritualistic Christianity, and as an appreciator of many of Zimmer's works, among other composers).

And what makes the electronics make the score "crap", like you say? (Not that I'm criticizing your opinion, 'cause I'm not, by the way).


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