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Comments about the soundtrack for The Last Airbender (James Newton Howard)
Choir removed from album release

Mac.K
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a2ert
ARIEL
Choir removed from album release   Wednesday, June 16, 2010 (6:48 p.m.) 

Lakeshore Records was too cheap to license the orchestral and choral parts of Last Airbender, so that's why the choral part of the score is only barely heard. That was done to save money and not pay the choir.

BRING ON THE BOOTLEGS!!



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a2ert
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  In Response to:
Mac.K

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Mister J
Re: Choir removed from album release   Thursday, June 17, 2010 (6:40 p.m.) 

> Lakeshore Records was too cheap to license the orchestral and choral parts
> of Last Airbender, so that's why the choral part of the score is only
> barely heard. That was done to save money and not pay the choir.

> BRING ON THE BOOTLEGS!!

Correction, James Newton Howard and Lakeshore Records did not have any say on the decision to remove the choral parts from the score's commercial release. Someone higher up is responsible.



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Mister J
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a2ert
Re: Choir removed from album release   Monday, June 28, 2010 (11:25 a.m.) 

> Correction, James Newton Howard and Lakeshore Records did not have any say
> on the decision to remove the choral parts from the score's commercial
> release. Someone higher up is responsible.

I cannot believe it!!! Is there any way to listen to the score with choir without going to the movie?? What a world we live in.


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ARIEL
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Mac.K
Re: Choir removed from album release   Tuesday, October 12, 2010 (3:56 a.m.) 

> Lakeshore Records was too cheap to license the orchestral and choral parts
> of Last Airbender, so that's why the choral part of the score is only
> barely heard. That was done to save money and not pay the choir.

> BRING ON THE BOOTLEGS!!

Had they included the choir, they would have removed some cues to save costs...


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