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That "Godzilla" theme is not subtle at all.

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That "Godzilla" theme is not subtle at all.   Sunday, December 26, 2010 (11:13 a.m.) 

I kept hearing that it was in here (I haven't bought the score yet), and I thought it would be subtle or something. I just got back from the movie and it's NOTE FOR NOTE! It works better in "Dawn Treader" than it did in "Godzilla," anyway, but still. Dang, David Arnold! Luckily, he can't sue himself for plagarism.


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Re: That "Godzilla" theme is not subtle at all.   Tuesday, December 28, 2010 (10:00 a.m.) 

That's what it was! I was sitting here scratching my head when I heard that track. I was thinking "Stargate? Nah, that's not it.. ID4? Nope." Godzilla is where that theme comes from.

It's note for note.



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Re: That "Godzilla" theme is not subtle at all.   Wednesday, May 18, 2011 (3:05 a.m.) 

> I was thinking "Stargate?

The start of the track "Land Ahoy" does have some Stargate vibes though



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Re: That "Godzilla" theme is not subtle at all.   Tuesday, December 28, 2010 (12:20 p.m.) 

> I kept hearing that it was in here (I haven't bought the score yet), and I
> thought it would be subtle or something. I just got back from the movie
> and it's NOTE FOR NOTE!

Theres a lot of "Arnold" all over the score. Theres one track that has a very, very specific brass line thats straight out of his Bond handbook. It sticks out pretty far but these are the kind of problems you wanna have...



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