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Not to complain...

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Finn McGovern
Not to complain...   Saturday, February 17, 2007 (2:06 p.m.) 

...but I do take some umbrage with the assumption that the industrial sections will "make some cues completely unlistenable for many film score fans." I've been a film score fan for years, and have agreed with Christian in many respects in his attitudes toward many albums. However, to automatically take the album down a few notches simply because "real score fans don't like industrial" is a rather high-self-opinioned misstep. Film score fans can take pleasure in the layers or orchestra and skillfully-played instruments, true, but we can also appreciate lightning-fast divisions of percussive metal and harder-core sounds. Don't pigeonhole score enthusiasts!



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Re: Not to complain...   Sunday, February 18, 2007 (8:03 a.m.) 

Amen! But be careful. By posting such dissent, you might upset Clemmenson's harem of lemming-like followers! How dare we.

> ...but I do take some umbrage with the assumption that the industrial
> sections will "make some cues completely unlistenable for many film
> score fans." I've been a film score fan for years, and have agreed
> with Christian in many respects in his attitudes toward many albums.
> However, to automatically take the album down a few notches simply because
> "real score fans don't like industrial" is a rather
> high-self-opinioned misstep. Film score fans can take pleasure in the
> layers or orchestra and skillfully-played instruments, true, but we can
> also appreciate lightning-fast divisions of percussive metal and
> harder-core sounds. Don't pigeonhole score enthusiasts!



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Re: Not to complain...   Sunday, February 18, 2007 (6:02 p.m.) 

> Amen! But be careful. By posting such dissent, you might upset
> Clemmenson's harem of lemming-like followers! How dare we.

Well, at least you turned caps lock off this time



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Finn McGovern
Re: Not to complain...   Friday, February 23, 2007 (1:07 a.m.) 

> Amen! But be careful. By posting such dissent, you might upset
> Clemmenson's harem of lemming-like followers! How dare we.

lol, the rock music fit perfectly with the theme of the character Nicolas Cage plays, it is a well constructed, balanced look at the attitude and changes he endures, the opening titles, that is awsome!

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Trevor


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