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Comments about the soundtrack for K-19: The Widowmaker (Klaus Badelt)

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Re: I agree about track 3, but...
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• Posted by: Vestard   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, October 8, 2002, at 6:50 p.m.
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• In Response to: I really hope this score achieves legendary st... (Jockolantern)

> The main theme is always represented in a slightly
> new way each time it is heard and provides a powerful new kind of
> emotional impact each time. It may be repeated over and over again, but it
> is by no means repitious in a bad way.

??? Sorry, Jocko, but the main theme was just "overwhelmingly repetitive" for me... I think it's always presented totally in the same way. That's the main reason why it's still so hard for me to listen to this score from it's beginning to it's end. I've done for a few times and really don't wanna do it anymore...

And let's not forget track 3, which
> is one of the better action themes I've heard in a while.

That's completely right! For once, I agree with You, finally. The whole track is superb! It's written in the best traditions of ol' good Media Ventures action style but it's even more dissonant and effective this time. And that short spot where the main theme's presented in a fast tempo and march-kind character simply rules!


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