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Comments about the soundtrack for The Da Vinci Code (Hans Zimmer)

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theres a piece missing in the first track
• Posted by: heXed   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, June 2, 2006, at 4:36 p.m.
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The cd is great by the one and only zimmer, but!! theres a piece missing from the movie,which was a very dark and cool segment. I mean the scene in the movie where the curator is running from silas in the very beginning of the film, during this hans compliments the scene with a scary bass sequence that repeats over and over and then he adds more instruments to this part. I bought the soundtrack hoping it would be on there and it wasnt, GREAT soundtrack but its just that one little piece made it incomplete.Can anybody help find this full track or a version of the soundtrack that has the FULL COMPLETE SCORE? If you have trouble remembering what the part im talking about sounds like heres the link where you can see the clip Hear this brooding,cool music played in the background and compare it to the actual soundtrack, in the album its not there but in the movie it is. Comment me back or send an email to my inbox if you can help find the full track or the full soundtrack. Thank you

Regards, heXed

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