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Comments about the soundtrack for When Good Ghouls Go Bad (Christopher Gordon)

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It gets better each time.
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• Posted by: Scott   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, October 1, 2001, at 9:14 a.m.
• IP Address: 64.218.207.232

For the most part, I agree with Christian. However, this soundtrack is surprisingly thematic. Granted, the themes don't immediately pop out after a couple of listens, but as one's ear grows more accustomed to Gordon's musical style, different variations of said themes and assorted motifs begin to emerge. I truly commend Christopher Gordon for such a deceptively simple composition. This is music, if one is up for it, that challenges the listener to actually LISTEN for the muscial goodies buried within. Now, if only we can get this man to write for a large-scale film. As it stands right now, he is one of the scoring world's best kept secrets.






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