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Not about the Diva Dance

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Not about the Diva Dance   Saturday, May 9, 2009 (9:36 p.m.) 

I was wondering if the music heard in that humorous scene where Zorg chokes on a cherry is in this album. While most of the album seems quite a strange assortment of genres with basically no relation to each other, that particular scene had one of my favorite cues. It was simply fun to listen. Perhaps it's just me, sorry about that Christian.



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A year later, still not about the Diva Dance   Sunday, March 28, 2010 (12:23 a.m.) 

Well, I got the complete score (not sure if I can say where) and finally got to hear the cue, which is repeated in five or six really short tracks. One might feel disappointed that he spent time, attention and money in obtaning material that's just 20 seconds worth, but one learns to love the entire score, despite the waste of audio that are the atmospheric cues whenever Zorg appears.



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