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Comments about the soundtrack for The Four Feathers (James Horner)

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• Posted by: Paul   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, November 1, 2002, at 4:25 p.m.
• IP Address: ip68-105-34-108.br.no.cox.net
• In Response to: Re: This score is nothing but CRAPPY (The Top Gun)

Lisa Gerrard's vocal ramblings, although nice to listen to, were totally random in presentation and could have applied to almost any movie. You obviously don't understand the emotion behind the vocals in TFF. There is much more history/culture and depth to them and are very beautfiul in a unique way ... and more importantly they perfectly fit with the movie. So you may think the vocals in TFF were stupid and i, in turn think you're (or at least your reasoning is) stupid.

> Okay, I will say more. This score sounds like Horner's other works like
> "Enemy at the Gates" "Titanic" "Braveheart"
> and bits from "Legends of the Fall." He did not write any major
> themes to it, which to a film like this needed. He should not be nominated
> for an Oscar, Golden Globe, AFI Award, etc. I like his score to
> "Windtalkers" more. Also, the vocals in TFF were stupid. It
> reminded me of a cheap version to Lisa Gerrard's contributions for
> "Gladiator." And her vocals were great. TFF's, however, were
> terrible.
T*H*E* TOP*GUN




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