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Comments about the soundtrack for Edward Scissorhands (Danny Elfman)
Possible variations

Hugh Swiney
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Josh Philippi
Possible variations   Friday, October 29, 2004 (1:47 p.m.) 

Edward Scissorhands had, quite possibly, the perfect score for a film. Danny Elfman perfectly captured the spirit behind one of the most unique and lovable characters in cinematic history. My only problem would be the use of only vocals for the main theme. Personally, I think a flute would have had a greater effect. But that's just me.

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Josh Philippi
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Hugh Swiney
Re: Possible variations   Thursday, May 25, 2006 (10:40 p.m.) 

Dude! I loved the vocals. It touched me. A traditional flute is used on one of the variations of the theme. The vocals just strike your heart, man. I loved it. But, the flute was a bit more relaxing and gentle.

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