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What is the Problem? Its good!

Jonathon Park
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What is the Problem? Its good!   Saturday, February 21, 2004 (8:09 a.m.) 

This is one of my FAVORITE scores. I know it has major flaws but I overlook them and enjoy it! You guys dont know nice quiet music! It isnt very exciting but it is beautiful. Just listen to it for what it is.

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Re: What is the Problem? Its good!   Wednesday, March 3, 2004 (6:17 a.m.) 

> This is one of my FAVORITE scores. I know it has major flaws but I
> overlook them and enjoy it! You guys dont know nice quiet music! It isnt
> very exciting but it is beautiful. Just listen to it for what it is.

I totally agree. Perhaps you need to actually watch the film to appreciate it for what it is, nonetheless it is an elegant piece of work and deserves all the credit it gets. =

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Re: What is the Problem? Its good!   Friday, April 9, 2004 (7:15 p.m.) 

> I totally agree. Perhaps you need to actually watch the film to appreciate
> it for what it is, nonetheless it is an elegant piece of work and deserves
> all the credit it gets. =

Yeah and I even kinda liked the movie too, it works so great in it too. Still since it is sort of classical, you kinda dont need to see the movie you know. Well I stil highly recomend it to all soundtrack seekers!

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