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Re: AWESOME MISSING MUSIC
• Posted by: QBod   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, January 25, 2005, at 1:45 p.m.
• IP Address: ppp4478.praha.tiscali.cz
• In Response to: Re: AWESOME MISSING MUSIC (john)

I was gutted when I got the DVD's and noticed the beacon's soundtrack was different to the movie

There are a couple of others, as you quite rightly pointed out, and that's annoying me also.
On one of the commentary tracks, Peter J mentions people can edit the film into its chronological order these days at home. Quite an interesting idea, but I am considering editing the soundtrack, mixing in the missing themes and burning back out to DVD

The beacons bit really hacked me off, its nowhere near as impressive in the movie - why was this changed I wonder? its not just a different mix or levels, its a different arrangement. odd.

Q.




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