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Comments about the soundtrack for The Lion King (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: John , Zack or whatever you name is....donīt call Lion King a "African poor score"
• Posted by: score lover   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, December 28, 2004, at 2:25 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: John , Zack or whatever you name is....don... (Zack)

"Try to listen to Pirates of Caribean. Just
> because Zimmer composed a regular score, now he will plagiarize it for the
> rest of his life.

just for your information, zimmer didn't was the major composer(s) for pirates of the caribbean, but badelt (and nick glennie-smith). actually zimmer didn't compose any part of this score! .....and that you think this score is similar to other zimmer scores - (who cares - i don't find any of zimmer (and others too) repetive, i don't "not buy" a score, just because someone says it's "--score--" all over again, "we have heard it all before" (not pointing toward the reviewer of this site (yea, right!!) )
i love when a new score is "similar" to "old" scores i love !
(give a score a 4-star rank, and then next year it comes a score that are "same thing all over again" - you don't give that a 1-star rank just because of that - i thought each score would be reviewed like they are!, and not of that their similar, or get ranked by what they could have been! (you guys are always talking about "it would have been interresting to see what "------" would have been if the composer had don a "pure orchestral" approach on it! i can't say i understand you, because you can't get the same "power, feeling etc (sorry for my non-musical "words") lol.... only with a pure orchestra - think what lion king, crimson tide, +++ would have been without the electronics (i have heard a orchestral suite of lion king, and i can tell you, its bad.....not unlistenedbal, but its just really "boring" to listen to it , yea, thats the right word, boring......
....and another thing - mention 1 (i say 1) film score composer in these days (that composes big a-films (or something like that)) that are NOT using electronics !!!!

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