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Comments about the soundtrack for Frost/Nixon (Hans Zimmer)

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• Posted by: S.Venkatnarayanan
• Date: Wednesday, December 31, 2008, at 2:50 a.m.
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• In Response to: This review ought to prove the Zimmer nuts who... (NL)

> All those baseless claims that Filmtracks is biased against Zimmer and
> Germans (what in the holy hell kind of garbage claim is that? Biased
> against Germans? Pathetic!) are proven to be just that, because it's not
> about the composer or his/her name, but about the quality of the music.

> If Zimmer or anyone else produces that quality, a positive review will be
> what you read, simple as that. No prejudice involved. It really is that
> simple.

> In other words, maybe some of those rabid (insane) Zimmer fans out there
> should think first. Just a little.

I agree with you, this particular review proved that if there is a quality music it would have been appreciated by all level of people, its not necessary that person should be a regular film score listener. That's what happened for the last few years. In fact, nobody hates German people or Hans Zimmer, only the thing when your expectation is not fulfilled you'll definitely get disappointed. Apart from that, there is a personal likes and dislikes. You should understand and respect it. Even me too, on some occasion, i don't agree with Clemmensen's reviews but that doesn't mean he is a insane or stupid guy. He is doing his job. That's all.

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