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Comments about the soundtrack for The Kingdom (Danny Elfman)
Enthic Representation

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Enthic Representation   Sunday, April 15, 2012 (5:17 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: The Kindgom - Titles  

Appreciate Elfman's low-key, experimental approach to capture the Mideast vibe, eschewing cliche, but in regards to this review's comment that there is no ethnic representation in the score, I do hear an oud in tracks like "Titles" and "To The Prince's", and portions of the intricate, lopsided synth rhythms are decidedly Arabic.


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