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  Comments about: Ever After (George Fenton)
 • Posted by: Chris
• Date: Saturday, July 2, 2005, at 8:47 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: trailer music is NOT on the CD... a ripoff! (Aikori)

  Re: trailer music is NOT on the CD... a ripoff!

> the two songs used in the Ever After trailers are:

> Robert Miles - Fable
Loreena McKennitt - The Mummer's Dance

> hope that helps!

OMG...I loved this movie and have searced everywhere for the music to that trailer...and i've noticed movie people do that a lot these days, get great music for the trailers and don't even put in the movie or the information...i think its retarted due to the fact the trailer is the main tool that gets people to go watch and love the movie...But your awesome...Now i can buy it and finally go to sleep..LOL

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