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Comments about the soundtrack for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (Reznor/Ross)
Why you hate it


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Thomas Allen
Why you hate it   Tuesday, February 7, 2012 (7:23 a.m.) 

stop the analyse, if you hate this its just cause you don't like Trents/NIN way of writing which Fincher simply wanted. he has his own music style, perfect for a Libseth and Mark Z., which extra personalisizes these characters. thereby this is not for everyone. Reznors music was never mainstream and these score breathe NIN so this isn't mainstream.

ferther, stop whining about the package, Trent basically treats this as a NIN album at the same time and 1) is a free agent 2) makes up for the $$$. if one isnt greedy in the music industry its Trent Reznor. if you dont know get educated.

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Re: Why you hate it   Friday, February 17, 2012 (2:06 p.m.) 

> if you dont know get educated.

With all these grammatical errors, I'd hate to know what you think is "educated."

He's a reviewer of film music. He's fully aware that the director wanted this type of music (he made light of that in the review). Christian's point was that this is not good music because it's sound design.

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