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Harry Potter is a surperior score
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• Posted by: Amuro   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, March 5, 2003, at 12:22 p.m.
• IP Address: 12-223-195-207.client.insightBB.com

I love this score, it is excellent and full of life. But when it comes down to it Howard Shore could have done better. There are few tracks on this soundtrack that intrest me, Concerning Hobbits, The Black Rider, and The Bridge of Kazad Dum. Middle of the score is for lack of a better word, boring, beggining in flight to the ford and ending at the beggining of The Bridge of Kazad Dum, the score is not particularly memorable. And even the middle of The Bridge of Kazad dum is incredibly dull. Until it is finally saved by the Fellowship Theme. John William's work on Harry Potter was far more memorable and I will always cherish it far more than this score. But the thing that really kills this score, is Enya, her contrubution was terrible and makes me skip the council cue everytime. But even so this score won the Academy Award and Jipped Horner, and that is what relly infuriates me! P.S. all of you who love this score dont hate me I love it too!




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