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Re: Yes, they are comparable. and another thing...
• Posted by: Jon Williams   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, November 21, 2001, at 6:14 p.m.
• IP Address: h-209-202-44-233.fast.escape.ca
• In Response to: Yes, they are comparable. and another thing... (Thomas J. Finch)

I agree...shore does deserve a lot of recognition for this score...and not enya. I really dislike all the Howard Shore scores i've heard up to date...but lord of the rings was a very pleasent surprize
i'd like to see some cards of film composers. i'm intrested in seeing what they look like and a little background on all of them.

And I cannot be disappointed by the magic

> Why not compare them? They share the same fantasy grouping. They are the
> two biggest soundtrack albums of the season. There is debate about the
> "magic" in both of them. Would you rather see a comparison of
> Lord of the Rings and Spy Game?

> Additional comment; It's about time that someone "told the story like
> it is" regarding the stupid commercializing of these soundtracks. I
> commend Filmtracks for tearing up Reprise Records for their insulting lack
> of respect for Shore's music in their advertising. Howard Shore deserves
> the trading card, not Enya.

> Tom




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