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Comments about the soundtrack for Enterprise (Dennis McCarthy)

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An average sci-fi soundtrack
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• Posted by: Sheridan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, August 28, 2006, at 7:00 a.m.
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As other contemporary sci-fi OST,this one is full of heavy percussion in case of action tracks,and monotonous brass and string work.However,the soft,gentle,
sweeping and rousing melodies came as a surprise - these tracks are outstadning with their delicate woodwinds,soft and gentle brasses and emotional string work.A track named as Archer' s Theme is the best on the album:it also contains excellent piano and such good percussion and guitar work that are both soft and gentle,yet
powerful at the same time.The title theme is also good,using the same orchestral solutions as Archer' s Theme.Sadly,there are more action tracks with monotonous rhytms than beautiful and well-performed melodies.Therefore,I suggest this for only those people who like the series and its music.

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