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Comments about the soundtrack for Inception (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: Hey idiot at Filmtracks - Reality check time!
• Posted by: ZPIANOGuy   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, November 22, 2013, at 7:09 a.m.
• IP Address: genon-energy.vlan499.asr1.cle1.gblx.net
• In Response to: Re: Hey idiot at Filmtracks - Reality check ti... (Jason soundtrack fan)
• Now Playing: The Mummy Returns

> The age question you pose is poignant indeed. Is it possible that the
> reviewers distaste for Hans Zimmer and other similar artists that are so
> ubiquitous these days may have to do with his age on the opposite end of
> the spectrum? Movie soundtracks are indeed evolving. To be so in love with
> the classics that you reject future classics just because they are
> different is narrow-minded. And it also borders on pride. As shown in that
> critics often decide that if something is appreciated by the public at
> large, then they must show their superior understanding and education by
> criticizing it and doting upon more educated soundtracks that the public
> is obviously too dull to understand.

If by "The evolution of film music" you mean, the second time computers will try and steal jobs from musicians...then yes, we are in the upswing of another generation of electronic music, Techno 2.0 scores. However, in years to come they will not be the monolithic splash in the ocean of film scorers who can weave and wield an orchestra like a blunt weapon to the likes of Williams, Silvestri, Debney, Elfman, Howard, Shore,. Electronic music will swing up, and then swing back down only to remembered as a fleeting fad and always looked at with fond memories like "The Beverly Hills Cop Theme". Orchestras and people will live on...



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