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Comments about the soundtrack for Lost in Space (Bruce Broughton)

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Re: Lost in Space - I have good news for you!
• Posted by: Ron Pulliam   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, August 21, 2003, at 2:55 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Lost in Space - I have good news for you! (Scott)

> I tell you, this is one of the great things about the site. The fact that
> you will go ahead and post an alternate review in the review spot as long
> as it's intelligently written. If I knew more about music (terminology,
> techniques, etc.) I'd probably write one myself. I respect the fact that
> you will give an equal forum to dissenting opinion. A great many sites
> would never consider that.

I appreciate it, too. My tongue was mostly in my cheek when I wrote my comments, but I honestly do believe "Lost in Space" to be severely underrated was the "classiest" score of its year, and I never tire of listening to it.

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