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Comments about the soundtrack for How the Grinch Stole Christmas (James Horner)
Good score, but worst album of the year

Markus D
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Brandon Jeremey Stewart
Good score, but worst album of the year   Monday, November 27, 2000 (9:12 a.m.) 

I guess I should never be amazed by how badly a good James Horner score can be mistreated by a record label intent on catering to children and NSync and Faith Hill fans.

Thank goodness for the score-only promo! To hell with the "commercial" release.

MD



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Brandon Jeremey Stewart
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  In Response to:
Markus D
You are an idiot!!!   Thursday, October 17, 2002 (1:19 p.m.) 

> I guess I should never be amazed by how badly a good James Horner score
> can be mistreated by a record label intent on catering to children and
> NSync and Faith Hill fans.

> Thank goodness for the score-only promo! To hell with the
> "commercial" release.

> MD
You must be stupid, or at least American!!! If you think Faith Hill sucks, you definately need help... go and seek it!!!

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