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Re: I don't know why they hate the musice....
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• Posted by: Josh
• Date: Tuesday, March 18, 2003, at 5:04 p.m.
• IP Address: 66-52-13-59.lsan.dial.netzero.com
• In Response to: I don't know why they hate the musice.... (Lyle)

> I think it's just amzaing, and one of the best scores I've heard (my best
> consist of Lawrence of Arabia, Schindler's List, Mulan, Prince of Egypt,
> etc.). Just sample Morning Passages and The Hours and listen to it twice
> or more -- you'll really be hooked. If you're still not won over, then
> maybe overly atmospheric or ambient scores aren't your forte

Um...I think that you are right. I like music that has a consistent THEME. Ya, that's all I have to say.




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