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Comments about the soundtrack for Hannibal (Hans Zimmer)
tracks 6 and 7

Jon
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Levente Benedek
tracks 6 and 7   Wednesday, December 19, 2001 (9:38 p.m.) 

Track 6 seems to flow right into track 7, yet according to the soundtrack zimmer didn't compose track 7, two other men did. how does this happen? they sound exactly alike.

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Levente Benedek
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Jon
Re: tracks 6 and 7   Thursday, December 20, 2001 (10:46 a.m.) 

Ask the sound mixer. It seems he did a good job.

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byro
Re: tracks 6 and 7   Sunday, December 23, 2001 (9:09 p.m.) 

> Ask the sound mixer. It seems he did a good job.

even if the sound mixer did a good job, the two tracks still sound exactly the same. my question is, why do they ahve two different composers if it's the same exact song?


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byro
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Jon
Re: tracks 6 and 7   Monday, April 28, 2003 (2:46 p.m.) 

> even if the sound mixer did a good job, the two tracks still sound exactly
> the same. my question is, why do they ahve two different composers if it's
> the same exact song?

maybe zimmer only wrote the first bits, then when the percussion kicks in, the other guys take over. i find this a little silly as the music is split into 2 tracks just to make a point about who composed which bits, and the first track only lasts for 55 seconds.


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