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Comments about the soundtrack for The Lost World: Jurassic Park (John Williams)
The Lost World

Orlando GonzÓlez
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The Lost World   Monday, May 8, 2006 (9:59 a.m.) 

I Still have doubts the way The Lost World came out, I mean of course it wasnt going to be the same! Williams with this scores takes another step into his career music and risks himself against all odds. I Heard Predator 2 (Alan Silvestri) & Congo (Jerry Goldsmith) all of them in the same verge as Williams score, and my only complain would be that Williams doesnt write that kind of themes anymore. Id love The Lost World not because it features one of my favorites subjects (dinosaurs)it is because the album sounds quite original when you compared to other Williams scores.

Williams always makes you feel you are in someplace else when you hear his scores, The Lost World takes you to Isla Sorna where you are surrounded by nature or dinosaurs if you will. The tracks, ok let me see The Lost World, Malcolms Journey, Sarah`s Rescue & The Hunt (even if its kinda of the same bit over and over it is a good action packed feature)

Orlando GonzÓlez

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Re: The Lost World   Sunday, July 23, 2006 (9:40 p.m.) 

Great comment dude. I can see that you take your music very seriously. Not everybody can see the differences between various soundtracks, especially when the composer is the same guy.
Keep the good work pal.
By the way, you should do a review about the 55 records of Williams, John that you own, i cant wait to see them

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