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Comments about the soundtrack for Fahrenheit 9/11 (Jeff Gibbs)

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Hehehe eh?
• Posted by: Eric James   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, October 31, 2004, at 12:37 p.m.
• IP Address: uv60.usinternet.com

I actually thought most of the identifiably "movie score" like music while watching the movie were simply snippets from Philip Glass' older electronic albums where his main goal was simply to satirize music theory to death thus creating humorous compositions reminiscent of Weapons of Mass Deceit. Most notably there is a track which I don't know on this album I heard in the movie where Moore is introducing and then summarizing things that are simply fast scales, I for sure was convinced that was from Glass' Mishima work. But comparatively Gibbs was probably going after Glass' sound considering the matching midi instrumentation and particular use of bells and pizzacato.






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