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Comments about the soundtrack for King Arthur (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: No elegance at all...Crap. Another classical buff!
• Posted by: Zed
• Date: Monday, August 16, 2004, at 8:38 p.m.
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• In Response to: No elegance at all... (Disappointed)

I'm sick of you guys who say the crap you said! I don't need to say much but that you classical nuts don't understand the world of film composition and that film music isn't spose to be scored like classical music. If u want classical music don't say your a film music fan because if you were a film music fan you would enjoy the classical composers like Williams, Horner etc aswell as the more contemperary composers like Zimmer, Powell, Badelt. If it weren't for Zimmer the film music genre wouldn't be where it is today! Your aloud to enjoy the style of music you want to but don't bag others for enjoying other styles of music. I find the Zimmer fans out there are some of the most opened minded people in the music listening world and they seem to listen to a lot more different styles of music from around the world.....And if Zimmer wasn't good....He wouldn't get the job to score some of the biggest films around. Zimmer and his friends are the only ones who could score a film like black hawk down and then go score a film like As good as it gets. Stop bagging and start to listen!!!!! Peace to all!!!

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