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Comments about the soundtrack for The Matrix Reloaded (Don Davis)

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Matrix Reloaded Suite
• Posted by: Boy from Holland
• Date: Monday, January 12, 2004, at 9:25 a.m.
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I'm from holland and I would like to say that the Matrix Reloaded Soundtrack from maverick records is one of my favorit cd's. Most people don't like the song from Marilyn Manson, one of my favorit artists. He's a very strange guy you know, with his song 'Anticrist Superstar' but his new cd 'The golden age of grotesque' isn't bad. There are people in Germany like 'Rammstein' and people in US like 'Rob Zombie' who make the same music. For me is it a whole stunt like Jackass. Marilyn Manson paints his face bright white, I say:"Do whatever you like" The song from Linkin Park called 'Session' is one of my favorit songs too. P.O.D. is an artist who make soft rock for me, it's a wonderful band but if you want to listen louder sorts of rock you should choose Marilyn. Cd 2 is a cd you could listen in a car, it's wonderful driving with Don Davis on the Car radio. Typical for Juno Reactor is the 'klang' 'klang' you hear. Cd 2 isn't a cd you listen round christmus but you could listen to it the whole day. The Matrix Revolutions Cd is wonderful too. People say Pale 3's 'In My Head' is a very bad song but I like it much. The price of the cd's is not good, for a boy like me it's a lot of money like we say in dutch:'een grote investering.'See Ya

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