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Comments about the soundtrack for Daylight (Randy Edelman)

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An Excellent Score!
• Posted by: Dawn and Angel   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, September 27, 2003, at 4:47 a.m.
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Daylight is one of those movies that I enjoyed beyond anything at the time. I simply loved it and even after seeing it 8 times, I still find it entertaining after many years. One of the key aspects that I loved about this movie was the music. After seeing the teaser for Disney's Atlantis, I was reminded once again of this film's rich score. The score is no Disney music. it is a deeply moving score that is perfect in the movie. The solo piano sequences along with the action theme are both hauntingly beautiful. It is clear that nothing else could have accompanied this movie so well. The heroic theme is spectacular as well, giving the film the rich music that accompanies every little victory our heroes have toward survival in the movie. Overall, this is one of those rare music that gives you a wildly emotional listening experience.

Highly Recommended
But Make Sure You See The Movie First...

By the way, I can't find this album anywhere and I've searched both South Korea and Taiwan. Anyone know where I can find this album?

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       Dawn and Angel - Saturday, September 27, 2003, at 4:47 a.m.

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