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Comments about the soundtrack for Eagle Eye (Brian Tyler)
Sounds like Armageddon...? Or Children of Dune?

David Lounsberry
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Levente
Sounds like Armageddon...? Or Children of Dune?   Monday, October 27, 2008 (9:59 p.m.) 
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I agree with the review that in some parts (2 sound clips have what I am talking about) has a very similar cue to the main theme in Armageddon. But upon closer listening, it sounds more like Tyler's own Children of Dune. I think the context of the film and techno aspects cause the sound of these moments to resemble Armageddon, when in fact, Tyler was probably just paying tribute to Children of Dune... I don't know.



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Levente
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David Lounsberry
Re: Sounds like Armageddon...? Or Children of Dune?   Tuesday, October 28, 2008 (7:13 a.m.) 

> I agree with the review that in some parts (2 sound clips have what I am
> talking about) has a very similar cue to the main theme in Armageddon. But
> upon closer listening, it sounds more like Tyler's own Children of Dune. I
> think the context of the film and techno aspects cause the sound of these
> moments to resemble Armageddon, when in fact, Tyler was probably just
> paying tribute to Children of Dune... I don't know.

In my opinion it is pure Tyler music, but yes some Armageddon feeling is there. I give **** anf a half, since I didn't heard this kind of music from a long time.



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