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Comments about the soundtrack for Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (Zimmer/Balfe)

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This score isn't bad its just misrepped on the album
• Posted by: JOhnson   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, January 1, 2012, at 11:47 p.m.
• IP Address: ip72-193-213-224.lv.lv.cox.net

Granted Zimmer had such a great time researching I guess he felt the need to give his friends more credit on this album than they probably deserved. Too many source tracks from their jam sessions do not equal a well rounded score album. I'm sorry, but, aside from my loathing of this Critic/Website's autopilot for their obvious utter disdain towards Zimmer and his "industry", the album is more biased towards Zimmer's "fun times with the Roma" than the actual movie.

Sorry Hans, but as much as I think the critics on this site hate you because they're elitist cocksuckers, I have to side with them on this one...Next time represent the MOVIE. We honestly dont give a [bleep!] about your jam sessions with the gypsies in Slovakia.

You could have easily shaven off all those annoying source tracks and thrown in the first action scenes of the movie...or the train sequence...stop putting in music that isn't on the actual soundtrack. And that goes double for the damn remix.






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