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The Bridge of Kahzad Dum
• Posted by: Potter's Bane
• Date: Tuesday, February 12, 2002, at 1:15 a.m.
• IP Address: chcgil2-ar4-4-62-138-092.chcgil2.vz.dsl.gtei.net

I know this has been said plenty of times but damn, that last, short segment of the Bridge of Kahzad Dum, after the bridge cracks and Gandalf falls with the Blarog is absolutly beutiful. The first time I heard it on the soundtrack it took me right back to the movie theater and I got a misty-eyed, and it still has the same effect. I can't stop reversing the track and listening to it over and over. It's simply masterful. Nothing could have set the mood for that scene better. Howard Shore is now my personal hero.




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