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Comments about the soundtrack for I, Robot (Marco Beltrami)
Beltrami is highly overrated. Who keeps hiring him?

Julio Gomez
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Michael Björk
Beltrami is highly overrated. Who keeps hiring him?   Monday, October 11, 2004 (6:34 a.m.) 

Compared to Ed Shearmur, Michael Giacchino, Brian Tyler, and a dozen others, Beltrami is a hack. He should be bound and tied together with Eric Serra and thrown into the abominable bottomless pits of the netherregions.



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Michael Björk
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Julio Gomez
Re: Beltrami is highly overrated. Who keeps hiring him?   Monday, July 4, 2005 (1:18 a.m.) 

> Compared to Ed Shearmur, Michael Giacchino, Brian Tyler, and a dozen
> others, Beltrami is a hack. He should be bound and tied together with Eric
> Serra and thrown into the abominable bottomless pits of the netherregions.

Yeah. His scores dont really work nice on CD. But on film it works really good. iRobot & Flight of the Pheonix are 2 fine examples.

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