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Comments about the soundtrack for King Arthur (Hans Zimmer)

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• Posted by: Greg   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, July 27, 2004, at 8:40 p.m.
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• In Response to: Let me get this straight Christian. (Zimmer_Fan(returned))

> So Christian...I don't know if you remember me or called me a
> fanboy when I posted a comment on the Gladiator forum and then you blocked
> my I.P. address...well anyway, yes I'm back. I just wanted to clear
> something up...a 4 star rating is great...but the only reason you didn't
> give it a 5 star is because Zimmer uses his synths? Where's the logic in
> that...I mean, ok i'll agree with you if the music was horrible then
> lesser stars are deemed appropriate...but just because he uses synths? You
> even said that this score is elevated above Crimson Tide...but yet Hans
> Zimmer used a bit of synths in Crimson Tide (heaven forbid) and yet that
> received a 5 star...I just don't understand your logic.

> -Zimmer_Fan(returned)
A.K.A. Zimmer's Fanboy!

Considering its been 8 years since Crimson Tide, It's the lack of originality and sophistication that gets this score less than 5 stars. He said it's more beefed up, but not necessarily BETTER than Crimson Tide. Not that I don't agree with you about the merits of Zimmer's blockbusting scores, but I think it's clear and fair why this score isn't 5 stars

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