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Comments about the soundtrack for The Day After Tomorrow (Harald Kloser)

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• Posted by: Manuel   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, June 6, 2004, at 8:44 p.m.
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Letīs go to start. For many people The Day After Tomorrow is another movie from director Roland Emmerich and in his movie he search another cause to kill the world. For many people is a bad movie, but for me is an excellent movie. I also respect the opinions.
Letīs go to the score. After the the differences between Roland and David Arnold Since Godzilla and The Patriot, he turns the score to Harald Kloser, best known for The Thirteen Floor. The Score is very, very, very good, but, just one question: What is the problem??? Well this is the answer. The label who produced the score is VARESE SARABANDE, and always, Varese Sarabande only produced 30 or 40 minutes in even soundtrack that they produced. Generally, every score that they produce has only 30 or 40 minutes, and of course, the parts that they put in the score are not the best tracks. If they produce totally score like Ghost Ship or another score they will win a lot of money, but many people doesnīt buy because is too short. So, we will wait the complete score in a bootleg Compilation.

The score is very, very good. But there are parts better that they not include in the soundtrack. so, WHAT DO YOU THINK???

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