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Re: I can totally see why too!
• Posted by: Kristi
• Date: Sunday, March 28, 2004, at 1:23 p.m.
• IP Address: host-157.apid.com
• In Response to: Re: I can totally see why too! (Someone out there)

1.) Fellowship of the Ring- i listen to this cd all the time! i love it so much and never get tired of it, for some reason! Every song fits the part of the movie ( or book,depending on how you look at it..) and has such a great assortment of sounds, instruments..
2.) Return of the King- i have this cd too, and it's good. i liked how pippin sang, and the overall mixture of the melody from the trilogy, and how it was, a finale, soundtrack to the trilogy.
3.) Two Towers- I can't really rate this one, but when i saw it the first time in theatres, i remember thinking, "i don't even remember how the music went..."




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