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Comments about the soundtrack for Cutthroat Island (John Debney)

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Re: Battle Music-Some Stolen Themes
• Posted by: Scorehound   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, April 13, 2004, at 11:54 a.m.
• IP Address: d209-107-125-182.abhsia.telus.net
• In Response to: Battle Music-Some Stolen Themes (Blair)

You must be joking. The "Star Wars Theme" heard in the CD is 3 notes. Yout make it sound like the theme is in there...I never noticed at all until your post. As for the "Batman" music, the drums are slightly similar but nothing more.

I think that to be a ripoff or a theft of previous themes it has to be an obvious, blatant ripoff. Like James Horner using his music from Star Trek II and then the same music in Cocoon...

3 notes or a couple seconds of similar sounding music does not qualify. Jeez, if that was considered a ripoff then there are thousands of scores that rip off other scores...

But I applaud your listening skills...

> I would first like to say, this is what I used to keep me going in
> studying for my AP Chem test. I love this music. It's defiantly a hidden
> treasure in the world of film scores. They don't write them how they used
> to, and this is "how they used to"
In the battle music (#17)
> I found it incredible, however, even in the first time listening to it
> (not in the movie), I heard themes from other soundtracks. Here a just a
> few I think:
At about 2:00 mins I hear Danny Elfmans
> "Batman" them.
5:15 an ending to Alan Silvestri's "Back
> to the Future II"
5:40+ An old classical work "Pictures at
> an Exhibition"

> #3- The Language of Romance- 1:34 Star Wars theme all the way.




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