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• Posted by: Narendur
• Date: Saturday, May 10, 2003, at 2:35 p.m.
• IP Address: 2.vauban.fr.studentenwohnheim-bw.de
• In Response to: Re: Harry Potter is a surperior score (Josh)

> I would have to agree with you on this. Harry Potter is ENJOYABLE past the
> first listen, which is more than I can say for Fellowship. However, I do
> favor some tracks. "Concerning Hobbits", "Flight to the
> Ford", "Many Meetings", and "The Breaking of the
> Fellowship" are all very, VERY good scores, and I will always love
> them, but I think, that after the first time through, LOTR was just too
> ... boring ... to listen to more than once. Sorry LOTR fans, I still ove
> it, and I think it AND Harry Potter should have won the Oscar, because it
> is still one of the greatest film scores of all time.

Excuse me?

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