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Comments about the soundtrack for Enemy of the State (Rabin/Gregson-Williams)
Even as a one-time Rabin apologist...

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Even as a one-time Rabin apologist...   Thursday, September 13, 2007 (7:49 p.m.) 

... this is a sad effort. Not a lot of good action (some decent stuff from the Zavitz chase didn't make the album) scattershot thematic material, long stretches of boredom (particularly disgraceful for a track entitled "Final confrontation) and no finale or closure.

Some good moments but not even worth it for fans of the likes of Face/Off

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Re: Even as a one-time Rabin apologist...   Sunday, September 16, 2007 (12:00 p.m.) 
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Well, I'm still a Rabin apologist, but I definitely concede that this is one of his weakest scores. The action music is definitely a lot more disorganized than his later scores, where he has shown a lot of growth as an (orchestral) artist.

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