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Time to update this review! Legacy Time!

Bright Chen
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Time to update this review! Legacy Time!   Thursday, July 3, 2014 (11:16 p.m.) 

Any woes about the quality of the tracks are now gone. The remastered tracks have wonderful, organic sounds (although the dialogue STILL didn't get banished...that annoying snoring beginning 'Remember Who You Are' remains).

Here is a rather dull but direct challenge to CC's assumed fairness towards all composers: The remastered album deserved a 5 star rating, let's see if you are still stubborn enough to keep Hans from gaining his SECOND 5 star EVER.


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Re: Time to update this review! Legacy Time!   Thursday, September 4, 2014 (8:56 p.m.) 

> Any woes about the quality of the tracks are now gone. The remastered
> tracks have wonderful, organic sounds (although the dialogue STILL didn't
> get banished...that annoying snoring beginning 'Remember Who You Are'
> remains).

> Here is a rather dull but direct challenge to CC's assumed fairness
> towards all composers: The remastered album deserved a 5 star rating,
> let's see if you are still stubborn enough to keep Hans from gaining his
> SECOND 5 star EVER.

If/when he gets to it, he'll give it 5 for sure. There would be more outrage about this than anything else he's reviewed. It definitely seems like he gave it 4 because of the lack of a quality release of the score.


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Re: Time to update this review! Legacy Time!   Sunday, November 2, 2014 (6:24 p.m.) 

> If/when he gets to it, he'll give it 5 for sure. There would be more
> outrage about this than anything else he's reviewed. It definitely seems
> like he gave it 4 because of the lack of a quality release of the score.

lol... guess not.


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