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Comments about the soundtrack for G.I. Joe: Retaliation (Henry Jackman)
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Owen
This is the reason why.....   Sunday, June 2, 2013 (5:13 a.m.) 
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Look, I'm not a fan of this score. I find it very anonymous. That being said, CC's comments that electronics make some cues unlistenable is just pure horse crap. Mr. Clemmenson, I am a fan of the old school much like you. John Williams, Alan Silvestri, and Patrick Doyle (who is my favorite composer) all make good music, but you must realize that people's tastes are changing. Just becaus electronics are in the score does not mean that it is "disgraceful" as you like to put it in most of your reviews.

You are fast becoming outdated.



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Re: This is the reason why.....   Thursday, June 6, 2013 (7:28 a.m.) 
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> Look, I'm not a fan of this score. I find it very anonymous. That being
> said, CC's comments that electronics make some cues unlistenable is just
> pure horse crap. Mr. Clemmenson, I am a fan of the old school much like
> you. John Williams, Alan Silvestri, and Patrick Doyle (who is my favorite
> composer) all make good music, but you must realize that people's tastes
> are changing. Just becaus electronics are in the score does not mean that
> it is "disgraceful" as you like to put it in most of your
> reviews.

> You are fast becoming outdated.

I think he means the actual QUALITY of the electronics, not the electronics themselves. I have not listened to this score, though I might give it a try on Spotify, so I can't give anything on the matter. However, I find that in some of his other reviews, most especially the James Bond scores, he really likes electronics. I think he just means that some composers make some bad electronics and some make some good.



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