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Comments about the soundtrack for King Arthur (Hans Zimmer)
ok.. someone explain the title of track 2

Greg
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Marie
ok.. someone explain the title of track 2   Friday, August 6, 2004 (3:27 p.m.) 

is it a misprint? Some joke int he film? Is zimmer acting like the priest in the princess bride?

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Marie
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Greg
Re: ok.. someone explain the title of track 2   Sunday, January 16, 2005 (1:09 a.m.) 

> is it a misprint? Some joke int he film? Is zimmer acting like the priest
> in the princess bride?

The 'woad' part is a bit of a pun... In the film the Picts (or a similar Celtic type tribe) are referred to as 'Woads' - which is probably more of a slang type nickname the Romans came up with than a proper ethnic tribal title. The word woad itself refers to a plant used to make blue dye for use on fabric or skin. And apparently the people who named the tracks thought they were clever to use it as a pun; just as the third track "Do you think I'm Saxon" is a play on 'do you think i'm sexy"


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