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Comments about the soundtrack for Flight of the Intruder (Basil Poledouris)
A Solid Score...

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A Solid Score...   Sunday, February 24, 2013 (12:00 p.m.) 

...nothing more and nothing less. The Action and Suspense Material is enjoyable, the Theme is simple but easily memorable and Poledouris' Trademarks (instrumentation, electronic Textures and Percussion-Usage (snares, especially! Gotta Love when Poledouris used them to drive a Cue )) are everywhere. It just lacks the special something his best Scores had.

A strong *** in my Book. Agree with Southall more here.


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Re: A Solid Score...   Wednesday, April 10, 2013 (10:30 a.m.) 

> ...nothing more and nothing less. The Action and Suspense Material is
> enjoyable, the Theme is simple but easily memorable and Poledouris'
> Trademarks (instrumentation, electronic Textures and Percussion-Usage
> (snares, especially! Gotta Love when Poledouris used them to drive a Cue
> )) are everywhere. It just lacks the special something his best Scores
> had.

> A strong *** in my Book. Agree with Southall more here.

I just received this one and I couldn't agree more with you

A great score!


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